A roma népesség területi megoszlásának változása Magyarországon az elmúlt évtizedekben

  title={A roma n{\'e}pess{\'e}g ter{\"u}leti megoszl{\'a}s{\'a}nak v{\'a}ltoz{\'a}sa Magyarorsz{\'a}gon az elm{\'u}lt {\'e}vtizedekben},
  author={J{\'a}nos P{\'e}nzes and Patrik T{\'a}trai and Istv{\'a}n Zolt{\'a}n P{\'a}sztor},
  journal={Ter{\"u}leti Statisztika},

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