Budapest, the focus of this book, is a diverse city with a population of about 1.7 million inhabitants. It is the largest city in Hungary and also one of the most important economic, political and
Conference poster with images from Budapest’s case study area.
Regeneration projects and concomitant gentrification processes have controversial impacts on entrepreneurship and neighbourhood diversity. The general idea is that gentrification usually weakens the position of small enterprises, which along with the falling number of older,
The Hungarian team’s article Urban Diversity and the Production of Public Space in Budapest was recently published in Volume 65 No.3 2016 of the Hungarian Geographical Bulletin. Abstract Public spaces are spaces for representation of individuals,