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Commuting links between settlement hierarchy levels in Hungary
The interaction between the home and workplace has been a central component of urban and regional economic theories (Clark et al. 2003) . According to the latest data, in 2011, one-third (1.3 million) of the employed persons commuted daily in Hungary. Compared to 2001, the ratio increased by 4.1 percentage points (up to 34%), and this fits into the global trends as the separation of the location of residence and workplace is becoming more and more common (Reggiani and Rietveld 2010). Thedoi:10.15196/rs06112 fatcat:d2lahbmjszdp5amp4dpcjoclua