This year, Regional Studies celebrates its 50th anniversary. As well as six months’ free access to the recent Special Issue, which showcases key themes in the field, we’re pleased to offer a month’s free access to the entire archive of Regional Studies.
We have managed to secure an exceptional line-up of plenary speakers. RSA Dublin Conference will also have a special early career plenary slot to showcase some of the talented early career researchers in the field.
This resource brings together high quality research and emerging debates to inform future directions of policy and research. The site aims to build a cohesive community of policymakers, authors, researchers and readers around a critical mass of up-to-date resources.
The Association is launching a new policy research initiative worth up to £15,000 to successful teams aiming to connect the work of its members and wider communities to societal questions and policy needs.
This book brings together academics, members of European institutions, and regional and national level policymakers in order to assess the performance and direction of EU Cohesion policy. The Open Access version of this book is available here .
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Meet us in DublinJoin us for our annual conference in Dublin. Please submit proposals for papers in the form of a abstract by Friday 24th February 2017. Please note that there are bursaries available for this Conference.