Regional Statistics - Online first
Regional Statistics is pleased to announce a new service for our authors and readers: Online First, the immediate online publication of all accepted papers as soon as the authors have returned the corrected proofs. Whereas the electronic versions of Regional Statistics used to appear at the same time as the print journal, from now on the electronic version of all articles will be available via the Internet weeks before the printed version appears. This means an enormous reduction in publication time. It will no longer be necessary for manuscripts to wait until the “next available issue”.
Contributions published Online First are citable by journal title and DOI. The print version will also have the final page numbers, the DOI and the online publication date. Furthermore, the DOI is linked to the URL (uniform resource locator) and the bibliography when the printed issue is released. The DOI is never changed and can be used, for example, to create hyperlinks between Online First articles.
Online First articles appear in their final form. Therefore, papers cannot be changed or withdrawn after electronic publication. Any corrections that might be necessary have to be made in an Erratum which will be hyperlinked to the article.
- Heterogenous responses to monetary policy regimes: A regional analysis for Turkey, 2009–2019 – Hasan Engin Duran – Burhan Can Karahasan (pdf, 840 KB)
- Handling regional research, development and innovation (RDI) disparities in Hungary: New measures of university-based innovation ecosystem – Zoltán Birkner – Ádám Mészáros – István Szabó (pdf, 750 KB)
- Surface curvature analysis of bivariate normal distribution: A Covid-19 data application on Turkey – Vahide Bulut – Serdar Korukoglu (pdf, 1 833 KB)
- The impact of a low-cost airline’s flights on local economy – On the example of Cluj-Napoca International Airport (Romania) – Tamás Dusek – Miklós Lukovics (pdf, 637 KB)
- Measuring shadow banking in Central and Eastern European countries: A new dataset, 2004–2019 – András Bethlendi – Katalin Mérő (pdf, 331 KB)
- Exchange market pressure in Sub-Saharan African countries – the role of imports and short-term external debt, 2002–2017 – Senanu K. Klutse – Gábor D. Kiss – Judit Sági (pdf, 282 KB)
- Evolution of smart village models in Hungarian Abaúj micro-region – Tamás Sikos T. – Dóra Szendi (pdf, 1 734 KB)