Remus Cretan
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COVID-19 in Romania: Transnational labour, geopolitics, and the Roma ‘outsiders’
R Creţan, D Light
Eurasian Geography and Economics 61 (4-5), 559-572, 2020
Popular responses to city‐text changes: street naming and the politics of practicality in a post‐socialist martyr city
R Creţan, PW Matthews
Area 48 (1), 92-102, 2016
‘We are not the Wild West’: anti-fracking protests in Romania
L Vesalon, R Creţan
Environmental Politics 24 (2), 288-307, 2015
Romania's Roma population: from marginality to social integration
R Creţan, D Turnock
Scottish Geographical Journal 124 (4), 274-299, 2008
The power of group stigmatization: Wealthy roma, urban space and strategies of defence in post‐socialist Romania
R Creţan, R Powell
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 42 (3), 423-441, 2018
The political economy of hydropower in the communist space: Iron Gates revisited
R Creţan, L Vesalon
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 108 (5), 688-701, 2017
‘Get out of Traian Square!’: Roma stigmatization as a mobilizing tool for the far right in Timişoara, Romania
R Creţan, T O'brien
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 43 (5), 833-847, 2019
Foreign direct investment and social risk in Romania: Progress in less-favoured areas
R Crețan, L Guran-Nica, D Platon, D Turnock
Foreign direct investment and regional development in East Central Europe …, 2017
“You become one with the place”: Social mixing, social capital, and the lived experience of urban desegregation in the Roma community
B Méreiné-Berki, G Málovics, R Creţan
Cities 117, 103302, 2021
" Little Vienna" or" European avant-garde city"? Branding narratives in a Romanian city
L Vesalon, R Creţan
Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis 11 (1), 19-34, 2019
Everyday Roma stigmatization: Racialized urban encounters, collective histories and fragmented habitus
R Creţan, P Kupka, R Powell, V Walach
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 46 (1), 82-100, 2022
Corruption and conflagration: (in)justice and protest in Bucharest after the Colectiv fire
R Creţan, T O’Brien
Urban Geography 41 (3), 368-388, 2020
On the perpetuation and contestation of racial stigma: Urban Roma in a disadvantaged neighbourhood of Szeged
R Cretan, G Málovics, BM Berki
Geographica Pannonica 24 (4), 294-310, 2020
Articulating ‘otherness’ within multiethnic rural neighbourhoods: encounters between Roma and non-Roma in an East-Central European borderland
R Creţan, RN Covaci, IS Jucu
Identities 30 (1), 93-111, 2023
Who owns the name? Fandom, social inequalities and the contested renaming of a football club in Timişoara, Romania
R Creţan
Naming Rights, Place Branding, and the Cultural Landscapes of Neoliberal …, 2021
Socio-environmental justice, participatory development, and empowerment of segregated urban Roma: Lessons from Szeged, Hungary
G Málovics, R Creţan, B Méreine-Berki, J Tóth
Cities 91, 137-145, 2019
‘Cyanide kills!’Environmental movements and the construction of environmental risk at R oşia M ontană, R omania
L Vesalon, R Creţan
Area 45 (4), 443-451, 2013
Contesting post-communist economic development: Gold extraction, local community, and rural decline in Romania
NT Rîșteiu, R Creţan, T O’Brien
Eurasian Geography and Economics 63 (4), 491-513, 2022
Introduction: Changing tourism in the cities of post-communist central and eastern Europe
D Light, R Creţan, S Voiculescu, IS Jucu
Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies 22 (4), 465-477, 2020
Encountering the victims of Romanian communism: Young people and empathy in a memorial museum
R Crețan, D Light, S Richards, AM Dunca
Eurasian Geography and Economics 59 (5-6), 632-656, 2019
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