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CATference 2022, Budapest

Project members attended the 9th International Urban Geographies of Post-Communist States Conference (CATference). The Budapest CATference was held at the Danube waterfront campus of Eötvös Loránd University and was followed by a 2-days post-conference field trip.


The main goal was to present the current results to an international scientific audience. In total, we have presented 3 papers. One was based on the analysis of census data, the other was based on the analysis of data from the questionnaire survey and the last one was based on the analysis of in-depth semi-structured interviews.



Kadi Kalm, Petra Špačková, Jan Sýkora, Ondřej Špaček: Housing estates’ trajectories in post-socialist countries – Similarities and differences of Estonian and Czech cities



Niloufar Ghafouriazar & Dilnoza Tasheva: Revisiting residential satisfaction in a post-socialist city – the case of Prague, Czech Republic



Slavomíra Ferenčuhová, Marie Horňáková, Jana Kočková: “It depends on how much coronavirus there is at the moment…” – Residents’ perspective on the large housing estates (LHEs) during the covid-19 pandemics in three Czech cities



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