2nd Evolutionary Economic Geography Workshop in Central and Eastern Europe
Agglomeration Economies, Relatedness and Spatial Networks was orgainzed on 21th-22th of October in the Faculty of Economics.
It was co-organized by the Hungarian Regional Science Association and the Regional Committee in Szeged of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
The aim of the workshop was to bring together internationally recognized scholars in the field of “Agglomeration economies, relatedness and spatial networks” and provide young researchers in CEE (Central and Eastern European) countries, who aim to understand complex regional dynamics of economic progress, with an overview of the most recent research ideas and quantitative tools. This event was an important milestone in building an EEG community in CEE countries following a workshop with Ron Boschma in 2013, Budapest, and a special session with Simona Strambach at CERS Conference in 2014, Kosice.