Britain for sale? Perspectives on the costs and benefits of foreign ownership (2016). Published by the Smith Institute, edited by Mike Raco
The editors of the Early Career Papers Section are currently seeking submissions of paper proposals for short articles (max. 3,000 words).
This is an important role within the RSA for the delivery of the RSA’s objectives which are to promote education in the field of regional studies by the exchange of ideas and information and to stimulate and aid studies and research into regional planning, development and policy and to disseminate the results of such research.
A Newton Fund workshop on ‘Urban Dialogues’ revealed stark similarities in the urban challenges facing the UK and Brazil. That was the conclusion of a workshop on ‘Urban Dialogues’ held in May 2016 in Brazil.
The deadlines for RSA Research Grant Schemes are approaching. See this post for more details.
Latest RSA Grants Awardees
We are pleased to announce that the first issue of the latest journal developed by the Regional Studies Association (RSA) is now available online!
Following the publication of the RSA’s 2015-2020 Development Plan, we conducted a membership survey to find out how you feel about your RSA membership and how we can improve our services to ensure that the Association stays at the forefront of the field as a leading and impactful community.
We are very pleased to announce that Territory, Politics, Governance has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus, the world's largest abstract and citation database.
The RSA is seeking applications from Early Career Researchers (within 5 years after finishing their PhD) to give the Early Career Plenary Presentation at the RSA’s forthcoming Winter Conference 2016.