English, Article edition: The transition of post-socialist cities Enyedi, Gy?rgy

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  • The transition of post-socialist cities
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  • Enyedi, Gy?rgy
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  • After World War II, the European semi-periphery underwent rapid industrialization and urbanization. During this process. East-Central European socialist countries also replicated the forms of earlier Western European urbanization. Post-socialist transition has introduced important changes into urban processes as follows: (a) growing inequalities; (b) development of transboundary relations and the beginning of city competition across the whole of Europe; (c) independent urban governments; (d) transformation of urban society; and (e) privatization of urban land and housing.
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:3:y:1995:i:02:p:171-182_00
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