• Kinossian, N. (2019) New research agenda: Agents of change in peripheral regions. Baltic Worlds 12(2), pp. 61-66
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Conference papers

  • Görmar, F. and Kinossian, N. (2019) Agents of Change in Old Industrial Regions of Europe. The 8th Nordic Geographers Meeting in Trondheim, Norway, June 16–19 2019.
  • Grillitsch, M. and Sotarauta, M. (2019) Trinity of Change Agency. The 8th Nordic Geographers Meeting in Trondheim, Norway, June 16–19 2019.
  • Píša, J. (2019) Aktéři změny: hledání modelových lokalit (Agents of change: looking for case study localities). Conference Společnost a prostor (Space and society), Charles University in Prague and Palacký University in Olomouc, Olomouc, 3 April 2019.
  • Stihl, L. and Rekers, J. (2019) ”We were only managing our legacy” Forms of agency in Olofström’s development path from supply chain to regional cluster”. The 8th Nordic Geographers Meeting in Trondheim, Norway, June 16–19 2019
  • Görmar, F. (2019): Agents of change: Narratives and imaginaries for old-industrial towns. The paper was given at “Future directions of resilience research in economic geography“ conference in Leipzig (06/11/2019)
  • Mihály, M. (2019): Mapping the environmental and social conflicts of the economic restructuring in a formerly socialist model city The paper was given at “Cities after transition” conference in Belgrade (25-29 September 2019)
  • Nagy, E., Nagy, G. (2019): Consumption-centred urban restructuring – understanding state agency in a peripheral context . The paper was given at the Annual Conference of RGS- IBG, London (26-29/08/2019)
  • Franziska Görmar, Nadir Kinossian: Negotiating change: narratives in old-industrial regions in Germany [PPT]
  • Jan Piša, Vladan Hruška: Agents of change in old industrial regions: motivations, barriers and incentives [PPT]
  • Melinda Mihály, Erika Nagy: Contesting centrality and peripherality: Agents, strategies and changing dependencies shaping economic recovery in old CEE industrial centres [PPT]