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  • Academic work and career Go to
  • Accountability in global governance Go to
  • Accountability in politics and public administration Go to
  • Age and employment Go to
  • Ageing and Life Expectancy Go to
  • Age management in public and entrepreneurial policies Go to
  • Aging and longevity Go to
  • Agricultural policy Go to
  • Agro-food (beef, milk, bread) Go to
  • allocation and development of population, Go to
  • American politics and government Go to
  • American sociology Go to
  • analysis of the labor market Go to
  • Analytical sociology Go to
  • Anthropological theory Go to
  • Anthropology, especially Cultural Theory Go to
  • Anthropology of politics Go to
  • anthropology/sociology Go to
  • Anthropometric history Go to
  • Application of neo-Darwinian evolutionary theory to cultural and social selection. Go to
  • applications of dynamical systems theory in relation to the task of modelling the evolution of urban structure Go to
  • Applications of game theory Go to
  • aspects of geographical data collection and processing Go to
  • aspects of mathematical modelling Go to
  • Assessment of performance and impact Go to
B
  • biomarkers and behaviour Go to
C
  • Challenges of climate change for Asian cities Go to
  • Changes in French society Go to
  • Changes in value orientations of young people Go to
  • Children's well-being Go to
  • Citizenship education Go to
  • citizenship, transnational legal spaces Go to
  • Civilising and decivilising processes Go to
  • Civilizational analysis Go to
  • civilization changes Go to
  • Civil resistance against dictatorial regimes and foreign rule Go to
  • Civil society and the public space Go to
  • Civil Society, NGOs and Development Go to
  • Climate Change and Natural Resources Go to
  • Climate change (especially Bangladesh) Go to
  • Co-evolution of technology and society Go to
  • Cognitive and affective neuroscience Go to
  • Cold and post-Cold War History Go to
  • Collective identities and theories of democracy Go to
  • Commonalities of Capitalism Go to
  • comparative analysis of cities Go to
  • Comparative Civil Wars Go to
  • Comparative government Go to
  • comparative higher education Go to
  • Comparative historical sociology Go to
  • Comparative Historical Sociology Go to
  • comparative history Go to
  • comparative history of the welfare state Go to
  • Comparative methods Go to
  • Comparative Political Economy Go to
  • Comparative political economy of welfare states Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • Comparative politics Go to
  • comparative politics in Western democracies Go to
  • Comparative public policy Go to
  • Comparative social research of sexual behaviour in the Baltic Sea Area Go to
  • Comparative studies of welfare state development (Scandinavia, Europe, East Asia) Go to
  • comparative study of mass annihilation (genocide) Go to
  • Comparative study of types of capitalism Go to
  • Comparative Urbanization Go to
  • Comparative Welfare States Go to
  • Complex economic, social, ideological, and cultural history of Central and Eastern Europe in the 19th-20th Century Go to
  • Concept of political liberty and the character of the State Go to
  • Conditions of poverty Go to
  • Conflict and Development Go to
  • Consensus analysis Go to
  • Constitutive of ‘social structure’ Go to
  • Contemporary Defence and Foreign Policy Issues Go to
  • Contemporary Europe Go to
  • Corporatism, civil society, governability, and republican political philosophy Go to
  • Corruption and organized crime Go to
  • Criminal justice policy Go to
  • criminology and political sociology Go to
  • Criminology: Perceptions related to fear of crime Go to
  • Criminology: Public disorder in European countries and police responses Go to
  • Cross-cultural research Go to
  • Cross-national comparisons of work-life stratification Go to
  • Cultural and social geography, ethno-geography Go to
  • cultural anthropology Go to
  • Cultural Anthropology Go to
  • cultural change in Europe Go to
  • Cultural geography Go to
  • Cultural geography Go to
  • Cultural geography Go to
  • Cultural geography-the interpretation of Zionist landscapes Go to
  • cultural industries, popular and consumer culture Go to
  • Cultural landscape concept Go to
  • Cultural representation Go to
D
  • Democracy and transition Go to
  • Democratic deficit Go to
  • Demographic changes Go to
  • demographic transition Go to
  • Demography, especially analytical modelling of demographic processes Go to
  • Demography of Firms and enterprises Go to
  • Developemental anthropology Go to
  • Development Economics Go to
  • development geography Go to
  • Development of rural areas Go to
  • Development of science and of technology, relationship between science and politics Go to
  • Development research Go to
  • Diversity and multiculturalism Go to
  • Diversity of world cultures Go to
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  • Early Holocene climate change Go to
  • earth science, geography Go to
  • Economic and political elites Go to
  • Economic and social geography Go to
  • Economic and social geography of the Islamic Middle East Go to
  • Economic-demographic interactions Go to
  • economic demography Go to
  • Economic development of urban life Go to
  • economic Geographies Go to
  • Economic Geography Go to
  • Economic geography Go to
  • Economic geography Go to
  • Economic geography Go to
  • Economic Geography Go to
  • Economic geography Go to
  • Economic modernization Go to
  • Economics and political science Go to
  • Economic Sciences and Political Economy (PhD) Go to
  • economic & social regeneration in 'old' industrial regions Go to
  • Economic sociology Go to
  • Economic sociology Go to
  • economic sociology Go to
  • Economic sociology Go to
  • Economic theory and policy Go to
  • Economy of the Soviet Union Go to
  • electoral behavior Go to
  • Electoral geography Go to
  • Electoral geography Go to
  • Electoral Studies (The Geography and Sociology of Elections) Go to
  • Empirical social research Go to
  • Empirical studies on the human experience of place, space and movement Go to
  • Empiric sociology of labour Go to
  • Employment and labour relations in contemporary Asia Go to
  • Energy (coal, electricity, renewables, district heating) Go to
  • Entrepreneurship, innovation and urban growth Go to
  • Environmental archaeology Go to
  • Environmental hazards Go to
  • Environmental history Go to
  • Environmental issues and green cities Go to
  • Environmental management Go to
  • Environmental politics Go to
  • Environmental sciences Go to
  • Environmental sociology Go to
  • Environmental studies-Human exposure to environmental risks while performing everyday life in cities Go to
  • Epistemology and methodology of global knowledge Go to
  • Epistemology and social organisation of social sciences and humanities Go to
  • Ethnicity and Nationalism Go to
  • ethnic minorities studies Go to
  • Ethnic small businesses entrepreneurship Go to
  • Ethnic stratification Go to
  • ethnographies of the state Go to
  • Ethnoregional movements Go to
  • European capital cities Go to
  • European Community - Land Integration and Transformation Go to
  • European cultural policies Go to
  • European education and the Bologna Process Go to
  • European integration and regional development Go to
  • European integration Go to
  • European integration Go to
  • European integration Go to
  • european integration Go to
  • European integration Go to
  • European interests and involvement in Palestine and the Near East in the nineteenth century, until WWI Go to
  • European politics and integration Go to
  • European population problems Go to
  • European Union affairs Go to
  • European Union integration Go to
  • Evaluation of R&D and innovation policy Go to
  • evolution and problems of the left Go to
  • Evolutionary economics Go to
  • Evolution of economic space Go to
F
  • Family and educational choices Go to
  • Federalism and European Integration Go to
  • field of human ecology Go to
  • Finland, Norway, Orkney and Shetland Go to
  • former communist countries and consolidating systems in Eastern Europe Go to
  • Fundamental natural sciences Go to
  • Future Prospects: Society and Territory Go to
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  • gender and generations Go to
  • Gender and sexual studies Go to
  • Generational contract Go to
  • Geocomputation, spatial analysis and spatial statistics Go to
  • Geographers' biographies and autobiographies Go to
  • Geographical education Go to
  • Geographical education Go to
  • Geographical education Go to
  • Geographical Information Systems Go to
  • Geographical political economy Go to
  • Geographical processes and disease emergence Go to
  • Geographical thought Go to
  • Geographic and social dimensions of the information society Go to
  • Geographic development research Go to
  • Geographic information science (GIS) Go to
  • geographic information science Go to
  • geographies of the social economy Go to
  • Geography and gender Go to
  • Geography and the Enlightenment Go to
  • Geography education Go to
  • geography, environment Go to
  • Geography. Founder of the International Festival of Geography. Laureate of the Planete and Humanity Medal Go to
  • geography, human ecology Go to
  • Geography of cities Go to
  • Geography of health Go to
  • Geography of post-socialist transformation in Hungary and East Central Europe Go to
  • Geography of tourism Go to
  • geography, remote sensing Go to
  • Geography, travel and exploration Go to
  • Geomorphology, Paleoecology, Natural Resources Go to
  • Geopolitics and globalisation Go to
  • Geopolitics and patterns of conflict Go to
  • Geo-spatial thinking Go to
  • German social thought at the turn of 19th and 20th century Go to
  • global and local climate change Go to
  • Global governance and International Relations Go to
  • Globalisation studies Go to
  • Globalization and transnationalization processes Go to
  • Government and Politics of Hungary Go to
  • Grand societal challenges (including climate change) Go to
  • Gridgroup analysis, Cultural Theory, theory of sociocultural viability Go to
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  • health, environment and socio-economic development Go to
  • Higher education in comparative perspective, Go to
  • historical and comparative political sociology Go to
  • Historical and cultural geography Go to
  • Historical and present-oriented structural analysis Go to
  • Historical-comparative sociology of religion Go to
  • historical demography Go to
  • Historical demography Go to
  • historical demography Go to
  • Historical Geography Go to
  • historical geography Go to
  • Historical geography Go to
  • historical geography Go to
  • historical geography Go to
  • Historical geography of science Go to
  • Historical-geography of the Near East in the Ottoman Period (16th to 19th centuries) Go to
  • Historical geography of war and disease Go to
  • Historical social science Go to
  • Historical sociology Go to
  • Historical sociology Go to
  • Histories of cartography Go to
  • History and philosophy of science, with special focus on geographical thought and practice Go to
  • History and sociology of human rights Go to
  • History of cartography Go to
  • History of cartography Go to
  • history of cartography Go to
  • History of colonialism Go to
  • History of crime and punishment Go to
  • History of democracy. Go to
  • history of disease Go to
  • history of geography Go to
  • history of rural landscape and settlements Go to
  • history of the landscape Go to
  • History of the scientific study of the Near East during the nineteenth century Go to
  • History of thought about international relations Go to
  • Human-environmental relations, past and future Go to
  • Human-environment interactions Go to
  • Human-environment interactions in the North Atlantic region Go to
  • human fertility and reproduction Go to
  • Human Geography and Planning Go to
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  • Identity and territory Go to
  • Implications of Infrastructural Investments Go to
  • Imprisonment and penal reform Go to
  • Incorporation and interpretation of aerial photographs in geomorphological research Go to
  • Industrial Clusters Go to
  • industrial democracy Go to
  • Industrial Dynamics Go to
  • Inequality and exclusion Go to
  • Inequality, social stratification and social mobility Go to
  • Information and communications technologies Go to
  • Information society Go to
  • In-group solidarity: helping in-group members and performing voluntary work in formal organisations building on classic and contemporary theories from which hypotheses are derived and tested more rigorously than previously using innovative comparative methodological analyses for high quality data: multi-level analyses considering that individuals' behaviour is affected by the socio-historical and socio-economic contexts of these individuals Go to
  • innovation studies Go to
  • Innovation studies Go to
  • Innovation Systems Go to
  • Institutional transplantation Go to
  • Integration of sociological research and theory Go to
  • Intellectual history Go to
  • Intellectual history Go to
  • Interactions of science and policy Go to
  • Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Information Society Go to
  • Intergenerational relations Go to
  • international development Go to
  • International Development Go to
  • International Finance Go to
  • International institutions Go to
  • International organisations Go to
  • International organizations Go to
  • International political theory Go to
  • International political theory Go to
  • International project development - concept, partnership, bid writing, funding, management Go to
  • international relations Go to
  • International Relations Go to
  • International relations Go to
  • International Relations Go to
  • International relations Go to
  • International relations Go to
  • International relations theory Go to
  • International Relations Theory Go to
  • International Relations with special interest in International Organisations Go to
  • International security Go to
  • international theory Go to
  • International trade and development Go to
J
  • Japanese economy and society Go to
  • Jurisprudence (theory of law) Go to
K
  • Knowledge valorisation Go to
L
  • Labour law relations Go to
  • land and resource use of the tropics (especially Africa) Go to
  • Landscape: theory, practice and planning Go to
  • Land Tenure and Land Use Go to
  • Land use and neighborhood conflicts: how to identify and define conflicts, as well as the different ways of managing and solving them Go to
  • Large City (re)-vitalization Go to
  • Leadership and Management in Education and Training Go to
  • Level, distribution and development of individual resources and rewards in the labor market Go to
  • Local and Regional Economic Development Go to
  • Local interactions between innovative firms Go to
  • Long-term landscape change in the Western and Northern Isles of Scotland Go to
  • long-term population dynamics Go to
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  • Management/leadership and organisational change in universities Go to
  • Management of science and technology Go to
  • Mayor, Deputy Mayor, Minister Go to
  • Mediterranean urban societies (in particular Italy, Greece, Portugal, Spain and Catalonia) Go to
  • Mesolithic (hunter-gatherer) impacts on vegetation in Scotland Go to
  • Methods of Survey Research Go to
  • Metropolis and megacity research, urbanization, urban geography Go to
  • Metropolitan Competition Go to
  • Metropolitan studies Go to
  • Migration, diaspora and transnationalism Go to
  • Mountain Ecology, Land Degradation and Natural Hazards, Water Resources Go to
  • multi-agents simulation Go to
  • Multi-level governance in Germany Go to
  • Multilingualism and political institutions Go to
  • Multivariate Statistical Methods Go to
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  • National and international science policy Go to
  • nationalism and de-centralisation Go to
  • nationalism and nationalist discourses (with special emphasis on Turkey) Go to
  • National political cultures Go to
  • "Natural" disasters Go to
  • natural history and human history Go to
  • Nature of interpretation and historical explanation Go to
  • Near East cartography in the nineteenth century Go to
  • neoliberal urban restructuring and migrants Go to
  • Network studies and structural analysis Go to
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Go to
  • Non-linear dynamics of space economy Go to
  • North-East England Go to
  • Novel forms of transcultural collaboration in Anthropology Go to
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  • Occupational Structures and Labor Market Processes Go to
  • Organisation problems and decision processes in government Go to
  • Orientalism and Occidentialism Go to
  • orientalism (japanology) Go to
  • Out-group derogation: public opposition to grant civil rights to migrants Go to
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  • Participatory and deliberative democracy Go to
  • partnership behaviour Go to
  • pathways to adult social exclusion Go to
  • Patterns of collective memory Go to
  • Philosophical and political theology Go to
  • philosophic implication in authority Go to
  • Philosophy of social science Go to
  • philosophy of social science Go to
  • Philosophy of Thomas Hobbes Go to
  • physical geography Go to
  • Physical geography Go to
  • Pilgrims and travellers to the Holy Land and the Near East, Crusader Period to WWI Go to
  • Political and administrative institutions Go to
  • Political and cultural geography Go to
  • Political and social theory Go to
  • Political Anthropology Go to
  • ‘Political arithmetic’ Go to
  • Political Communication Go to
  • political culture and political behaviour Go to
  • political economics Go to
  • Political economy of cities Go to
  • Political geography (elections, democracy) Go to
  • Political geography Go to
  • Political geography Go to
  • political geography Go to
  • Political geography Go to
  • Political geography Go to
  • Political geography Go to
  • Political geography Go to
  • Political geography with special attention to Hungary and East Central Europe Go to
  • political institutions and violence Go to
  • Political institutions Go to
  • Political institutions, policy development and implementation Go to
  • Political Leadership Go to
  • Political mobilization and social movements Go to
  • Political participation and representation Go to
  • political participation Go to
  • Political parties) Go to
  • political philosophy Go to
  • political philosophy Go to
  • political science & demography Go to
  • Political science: Discrimination and Politics Go to
  • Political sciences Go to
  • Political Sociology Go to
  • Political sociology Go to
  • political sociology Go to
  • Political sociology Go to
  • Political sociology Go to
  • Political Sociology Go to
  • Political sociology Go to
  • Political Sociology Go to
  • Political sociology Go to
  • Political sociology Go to
  • Political Theory and Contemporary Political Thinking Go to
  • Political theory and political philosophy Go to
  • political theory, global political theory, international law, international relations Go to
  • Politicization and contestation Go to
  • Politics and geopolitics of the Middle East Go to
  • Politics and public policy Go to
  • Politics of memory Go to
  • Popularisation of culture Go to
  • population and population change Go to
  • Population history Go to
  • population policies Go to
  • Population studies Go to
  • Population, urbanization and development in Asia Go to
  • Postcommunist transformation) Go to
  • Postsocialist transformation Go to
  • Poverty analysis and poverty reduction Go to
  • Pragmatism and hermeneutics Go to
  • Prehistoric archeology Go to
  • Preinternational polities Go to
  • prevalence and persistence of hunger Go to
  • Problems of European peripheral backwardness Go to
  • Problems of the European Union Go to
  • Processes of federalisation and regionalisation within unitary and federal state systems Go to
  • prospective cohort and panel studies Go to
  • Proximity relations and their importance in the processes of coordination between people Go to
  • Public Administration. Ecole Nationale d'Administration 1972 Go to
  • Public Administration Go to
  • public administration Go to
  • public administration Go to
  • Public choice theory Go to
  • Public policy analysis, applied to the study of higher education and research systems in a comparative perspective Go to
  • public realm of cities Go to
  • Public sector development in comparative perspective Go to
  • Public sector economics Go to
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  • Quantitative history Go to
  • Quantitative methods and mathematical models Go to
  • Quantitative methods in human geography Go to
  • Questions of sovereignty, state formation and nationality Go to
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  • Rational choice theory Go to
  • recent history of Latin America Go to
  • recent history of Switzerland, Europe and the non-European world Go to
  • Reconstruction of town and country in France during the 1940s and 1950s Go to
  • Reflexivity and reflexive modernisation Go to
  • Reforms of the welfare states Go to
  • reforms under state socialism Go to
  • regional development factors Go to
  • Regional Development Go to
  • Regional development Go to
  • regional development Go to
  • Regional development Go to
  • Regional development Go to
  • Regional Development Go to
  • Regional Development Go to
  • Regional development Go to
  • Regional impacts of climate and environmental change and adaptation policies Go to
  • Regional problems of Hungarian and world agriculture Go to
  • regional & urban transformations Go to
  • Regulation, funding and organisation of higher education and research Go to
  • relations between economy and environment Go to
  • Research into rural geography of northern France continues Go to
  • Residential mobility Go to
  • Rhetorical culture of the Renaissance Go to
  • Risk, environment, sustainability Go to
  • Role played by geographical proximity in the transfer of knowledge Go to
  • Rule of law and consitutionalization Go to
  • Rural and historical geography of France and Europe Go to
  • Rural development and land use in rural areas Go to
  • Russian domestic policy Go to
  • Russian foreign policy Go to
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  • Schizophrenia and depression Go to
  • science and society Go to
  • Science and society Go to
  • science & innovation policy & management Go to
  • science, space and religion Go to
  • Science, technology and innovation policy Go to
  • Security and Development Go to
  • Sentencing and punishment Go to
  • settlement structure Go to
  • sexual and reproductive health and rights Go to
  • social and anthropological Islam in France Go to
  • social and cultural anthropology Go to
  • Social and economic history of Europe Go to
  • Social Anthropology Go to
  • social choice theory Go to
  • Social choice theory Go to
  • Social Conditions and Consequences of Flexible Labor Markets Go to
  • social, cultural and environmental geography Go to
  • social economic changes and its spatial results in Eastern Europe Go to
  • social economic & political history Go to
  • social epidemiology, global health, environment and health Go to
  • social geographic systems Go to
  • Social Geography-Socio spatial segregation and integration, socio spatial lifestyles Go to
  • social gerontology Go to
  • Social inequalities Go to
  • Social mobility, especially the role of education Go to
  • Social movements (Latin America, Poland) Go to
  • Social question in a global perspective Go to
  • Social Science and the Practice of Politics Go to
  • Social Security and all social rights Go to
  • Social simulations Go to
  • Social Stratification and Mobility Go to
  • social stratification Go to
  • social stratification Go to
  • Social stratification Go to
  • Social stratification Go to
  • Social stratification Go to
  • Social stratification Go to
  • Social Studies of Science and Technology (STS) Go to
  • Social theory and history of social thought Go to
  • social theory, sociology Go to
  • socio-cultural anthropology Go to
  • Socio-cultural aspects of the new telecommunication technologies Go to
  • Socio-economic impact of universities Go to
  • sociological methodology and theory Go to
  • Sociological theory Go to
  • Sociological theory Go to
  • Sociological Theory Go to
  • Sociological theory Go to
  • sociological theory Go to
  • Sociology and Economics of Information & Communication Technology Go to
  • sociology & anthropolgy Go to
  • Sociology: Cities, Crime Prevention, Urban Violence Go to
  • sociology demography Go to
  • Sociology (general, economic, political) Go to
  • Sociology in education Go to
  • Sociology of action Go to
  • Sociology of Aging Populations Go to
  • Sociology of art and culture Go to
  • sociology of contemporary Iran Go to
  • Sociology of culture Go to
  • sociology of education Go to
  • Sociology of fascist movements Go to
  • Sociology of firms and management Go to
  • Sociology of industrial relations Go to
  • Sociology of labor and worker consciousness Go to
  • Sociology of labor markets Go to
  • Sociology of organization Go to
  • Sociology of organizations Go to
  • sociology of religion Go to
  • Sociology of social change Go to
  • Sociology of Social Movements Go to
  • Sociology of technology Go to
  • Sociology of the countryside Go to
  • sociology of the labor market Go to
  • Sociology of the Life Course Go to
  • Sociology of time and methodology Go to
  • Sociology of War and Violence Go to
  • sociology of Work and Organizations Go to
  • Sociology of youth, time and education Go to
  • Sociospatial aspects of urbanisation Go to
  • Socio-technical transitions to sustainability Go to
  • South Asia, especially Northern Pakistan (Gilgit-Baltistan) and Kashmir Go to
  • South East Asia, especially Indonesia Go to
  • Southeast Asia, India, China, high mountain regions Go to
  • South Eastern Europe Go to
  • Spatial agglomeration Go to
  • Spatial and social dimensions and effects of ICTs Go to
  • Spatial and social dimensions of personal mobilities Go to
  • Spatial choice/spatial interaction modelling and spatial cognition Go to
  • Spatial interaction modelling Go to
  • Strategic reorientation of existing industries Go to
  • Student experience, employability and graduate careers Go to
  • Studies of educational inequality Go to
  • Studies of war and violence Go to
  • studies on public opinion Go to
  • Supranationalism and (multilevel) governance in the European Union Go to
  • sustainability science Go to
  • sustainability transition Go to
  • Sustainable development Go to
  • sustainable development Go to
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  • Technological Change Go to
  • Technology and Cities Go to
  • Telecommunications and Regional Development Go to
  • Tephropalynological studies Go to
  • Territorial and regional development: their main peculiarities and their analytical content Go to
  • Territorial politics Go to
  • Terrorism and political violence Go to
  • Terrritorial governance: how to manage and to implement it Go to
  • The comparative and historical development of social institutions Go to
  • The development of the discipline of political science Go to
  • The elaboration of my ‘Morphogenetic Approach’ as a theoretical framework for practical use in substantive institutional investigations Go to
  • The Eurasian steppe Go to
  • The European Union Go to
  • The firm as an institution in the global economy Go to
  • The Fiscal Crisis of the State in Contemporary Capitalism Go to
  • The international dimension in learning and teaching Go to
  • The later Mesolithic and early Neolithic in their environmental setting on the English uplands Go to
  • thematic mapping (National Atlas of Sweden) Go to
  • theoretical geography Go to
  • Theories of global politics Go to
  • Theories of Ideology Go to
  • Theories of Institutional Change Go to
  • Theories of society/ social systems Go to
  • Theory of collective identity, ethnicity Go to
  • theory of geographic organization of society structure Go to
  • Theory of Political Representation Go to
  • theory of social change: modernization and globalization Go to
  • Theory of spatial processes Go to
  • Theory of structuration Go to
  • theory of the human environment Go to
  • Theory of the Network Society Go to
  • Theory of the peasantry Go to
  • Theory of the second demographic transition Go to
  • Theory of the social, cultural and social implications of science and technology Go to
  • The politics of state effectiveness Go to
  • The prospects for the transformation of late Modernity into a fully morphogenetic global society Go to
  • The relationship between moral philosohpy and social science Go to
  • The study of Southern Europe Go to
  • The teaching profession in Italian schools Go to
  • The UN and International Security Go to
  • The work of Norbert Elias Go to
  • Third way politics Go to
  • Transformation of environmental activism Go to
  • transformations of nation states and changing property relations Go to
  • Transition from state socialism to capitalism Go to
  • Transnational academic migration (linkages between Southeast Asia and the Middle East) Go to
  • Transnationalism and “new media” Go to
  • (transnational) migration and territorial identities Go to
  • Transnational protest movements and global activism Go to
  • Transnational structures and "global" governance Go to
  • Transport (cars, aviation, shipping) Go to
  • Transport planning Go to
  • tropical agriculture Go to
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  • understanding individual behaviour Go to
  • University-city linkages Go to
  • University governance Go to
  • University governance Go to
  • unsustainability in human settlements Go to
  • Urban and regional economics Go to
  • Urban and Regional Geography Go to
  • Urban and regional planning Go to
  • Urban and regional planning Go to
  • Urban and regional spatial analysis Go to
  • Urban and Regional Studies Go to
  • urban and rural land use Go to
  • Urban anthropology Go to
  • urban change, renewal and redevelopment Go to
  • Urban developement at the global and national level Go to
  • urban & regional development Go to
  • urban & regional geography Go to
  • Urban social movements Go to
  • Urban sociology and the sociology of labor Go to
  • Urban System Function Go to
  • Use of ICT in learning and teaching Go to
  • use of models in planning in relation to all aspects of cities and regions Go to
  • Utopian communities Go to
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  • Voting for far right-wing parties aiming to exclude ethnic minorities Go to
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  • working-class identities Go to
  • World Geography of poliomyelitis Go to
  • world system of languages (political sociology and political economy) Go to

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