Our team participated in the (tenth anniversary) Cities After Transition conference
, known mainly as CATference
. Dozens of researchers working on cities in Central and Eastern Europe met this time in Riga. We were understandably not absent and presented several papers:
- Petra Špačková:
- The Distribution of Ukrainian Refugees in Czechia: Regional Disparities and Absorptive Capacity Analysis (together with Pavlína Netrdová and Daniel Hůle)
- Tracking the Evolution of Czech Housing Estates (together with Kadi Kalm, Jan Sýkora and Ondřej Špaček).
- Adam Klsák: Karlovy Vary – turning a “Russian city” into a Ukrainian shelter?
- Jiří Nemeškal: They’re building, but for whom? The social structure of the inhabitants of new residential areas in Prague.
- Jiří-Jakub Zévl and Martin Ouředníček: Time-space mobility within Prague’s suburbs: local centers, commuting areas and autonomy of hinterland