• Rivo Noorkõiv and Mikk Lõhmus (2015). Administrative reform in Estonia – decreasing voluntary amalgamations
  • Antti Roose, Rivo Noorkõiv and Martin Gauk (2015). Suburbanization in Tartu
  • Rauno Vinni, Kaido Paabusk, Annika Uudelepp, Külli Sarapuu, Toomas Tamsar, Rivo Noorkõiv (2015). Trustworthy, capable and affordable state. Elections 2015
  • Local government development based on development plan. Development plan as premise of judicious operation of European Union Structural Funds´ support. (Handbook)
  • Article “Investments of local governments and financial capability: situation and it’s impact of development” Karin-Liis Haljaste, Rivo Noorkõiv, Veiko Sepp
  • Article “Capability of local governments to perform social protection tasks”Veiko Sepp, Rivo Noorkõiv  published in “Social Work” 4/2009
  • Article ” Knowledge  based  local governments in Estonia: the public databases as a basis for decisions” Rivo Noorkõiv, Veiko Sepp
  • Article “On the sprawl of Tallinn into Viimsi rural municipality: challenges of suburbanisation to a local government in the neighbourhood of the capital city” (*.pdf 192 kb)
  • Article “The reproduction of Estonian provinces in the context of transitional administrative reform”  Veiko Sepp, Jaanus Veemaa published in  European Urban and Regional Studies
  • Blažauskas N.; Fedorov G.; Klimenko N., Küle L., Noorkõiv R.,Semenkevich D., (2009). Potentials of the East – Baltic States, Russia and Belarus. Bundesamt für Bauwesen und Raumordnung. Raumplannung und–entwicklung in der Ostseeregion. Heft 8/9.2009 pp 569-586
  • County plans. Result analysis. Proposals. Rivo Noorkõiv
  • CSR State of the Art
  • Elva recreation area and it’s visitors. Vapramäe-Vellavere-Vitipalu Foundation yesterday, today and tomorrow. Nõo 2006
  • Promoting an European framework for Corporate Social Responsibility. Green Book (unofficial translation)
  • Local Government Development Plan. (Handbook / pdf 912 kB)
  • Jobrotation (Presentation of the Jobrotation concept in Estonia) (*.pdf 1,41 MB)
  • Regional Foresight in Estonia and Southern Finland. General Theory, Specific Cases. Mika Aaltonen – Rivo Noorkõiv.
  • Parents training curricula. The European Union Initiative EQUAL development partnership “Connecting work and family life through parents training” results.
  • Noorkõiv, R (2010) “Village mayor and good governance” Külakiri special edition
  • Noorkõiv, R., Haljaste, K.-L., Randaru, Ü., Sepp, V. (2009) “ Recommendations for preparing the strategy for a local action group’s target region in the framework of Leader-measure” Estonian  Ministry of Agriculture
  • Noorkõiv, R. (2010). Connectivity in Estonian spatial planning and regional development policy. Territorial Cohesion – Baltic Sea Region examples pp 46-47
  • Regional Foresight in Estonia and Southern Finland. General Theory, Specific Cases. Mika Aaltonen – Rivo Noorkõiv.
  • Strateeg- Development of Helsinki-Tallinn metropolitan regions
  • Sepp, V and Noorkõiv R (2010) “Regional development and living environment (chapter 3). Estonian Human Development Report 2009 Tallinn: Estonian Cooperation Assembly
  • Sepp V. ja Veemaa, J. (2010). The reproduction of Estonian provinces in the context of transitional administrative reform. European Urban and Regional Studies 17(4): 417–432
  • Sepp V (2011) Importance of urban centers in rural areas of Estonia: connection of work and study. Rural development report 2011. Tartu: Estonian University of Life Sciences Institute of Economy and Social Sciences
  • Sepp, V. (2012). Inoperative provinces, immobile regions and the geography of heterogeneous associations: the case of absent territorial border change in Estonia. Geografiska Annaler B: Human Geography 94(1)
  • Sepp V, Noorkõiv, R, Loodla K (2009) ” Local government index: methodology and results 2005-2008, pp 3-34 Municipalities and towns in figures . Statistics Estonia
  • Värnik, R., Moor, A., Sepp, V., Põder, A., Prits, M. and  Leetsar, J. (2011). Land and rural areas. Rural development report 2011 . Tartu: Estonian University of Life Sciences Institute of Economy and Social Sciences
  • Learning parent. Development partnership “Connecting work and family life through parents training”