We have recently finished the chapter on Electromagnetic Induction and it was only in the last week that I finally got the hang of the part about induced electric field. My book in its intensely concise and simple language states:
A time varying magnetic field produces an induced electric field.
Now that we have started upon the chapter not-so-modern Physics and I am doing a bit of side reading I found out that space and time are basically one and the same thing/two sides of the same coin/(Insert any other metaphor you prefer)
So since time and space are sort of one thing shouldn't a space varying magnetic field also produce an electric field.