RSA Awards 2012

Sir Peter Hall Contribution to the Field Award 2012

Michael Storper, London School of Economics, UK - UCLA, USA - Sciences Po, France

Regional Studies Association Institutional Ambassador Award 2012

EUROREG, University of Warsaw, Poland

Routledge Award for Early Career Excellence 2012

Marcin Dabrowski, University of Vienna, Austria: Europeanizing Sub-national Governance: Partnership in the Implementation of European Union Structural Funds in Poland.

Nathaniel Lichfield Award 2012

Ilias Tsagas, University of Strathclyde, UK: Scottish Wind Energy Policy: Whose Realm?

Best Referees Regional Studies 2012

Voted for by the editors of Regional Studies.

Best Referee Spatial Economic Analysis 2012

Voted for by the editors of Spatial Economic Analysis

Best Book Award 2012

Voted for by the Regional Studies Association membership from a list of titles published in 2011

John Tomaney, University College London, UK, Andy Pike, CURDS, Newcastle University, UK, Andres Rodriguez-Pose, London School of Economics, UK: Handbook of Local and Regional Development.

Best Paper Regional Studies 2012

Voted for by the editors of Regional Studies

Ron Boschma, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Anne ter Wal, Imperial College London, UK: Co-evolution of Firms, Industries and Networks in Space.

Best Paper Spatial Economic Analysis 2012

Voted for by the editors of Spatial Economic Analysis

Giuseppe Arbia, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy: A Lustrum of SEA: Recent Research Trends Following the Creation of the Spatial Econometrics Association (2007 - 2011)

Best International Conference Paper - Early Career, Global Conference, Beijing

Mikko Weckroth, University of Helsinki, Finland: Subjective Wellbeing and Happiness Inside a City Region: Urban Villages and Gated Communities

Best International Conference Paper, Global Conference, Beijing

Harald Bathelt, University of Toronto, Canada, LI Peng-Fei, East China Normal University, China: Global Cluster Networks:Foreign Direct Investment Flows from Canada to China.

Best International Conference Paper - Early Career, European Conference, Delft

Basak Demires Ozkul, University College London, UK: Regions in the Knowledge Economy: How the Changing Pattern of Journey-to-work Flows is Creating a More Fragmented Regional Identity in England and Wales.

Best International Conference Paper, European Conference, Delft

Robert Huggins, Cardiff University, UK, Piers Thompson, Nottingham Trent University, UK: Culture and Place-based Development: A Socio-Economic Analysis

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