(Almost the whole) URRlab team at CAT-ference in Belgrade

Eight URRlab members participated in the 8th International Urban Geographies of Post-communist States Conference (CAT-ference) in Belgrade, Serbia. We would like to thank organizers for the successful event (both professionally and socially). We look forward to attending the next edition of CAT-ference in Budapest! In Belgrade, we presented the following papers:

Nina Dvořáková, Marie Horňáková: Moving away from the suburbs? Residential strategies of empty nesters and their adult children.

Greta KukeliMartin Ouředníček: The diversification of suburban growth models within the Prague Urban Region.

Jan Sýkora: Neighbourhood Change Dynamics of Prague Inner city.

Ivana Křížková, Martin Šimon: Immigrant Residential Segregation in a Country After Transition. Multiple Scale Comparison of New and Established Immigration Countries.

Adam Klsák, Martin Ouředníček: Do foreigners tend to suburbanize in the Prague Metropolitan Area?

Marie Horňáková, Jan Sýkora: Residential mobility of young families in the Prague metropolitan region.

Jiří Nemeškal: Commuting patterns in Prague Metropolitan Area.