We are very pleased to announce that the Regional Studies Association and its members will participate at the 33rd International Geographical Congress in Beijing 21st- 26th August 2016.
Area Development and Policy (ADP) is to be a world-class journal publishing original academic research examining the multi-scalar and geographically differentiated relationships between economic and political organization, ways of life and work and their context, as they shape regions, cities, rural areas and their inter-relationships.
The Regional Studies Association's open access journal, Regional Studies, Regional Science, has a section specifically devoted to Early Career Papers which focuses on publishing short articles from students and early career researchers to make their research accessible to a wider audience.
Keith Cowling was one of Europe’s leading industrial economists and a long standing advocate of industrial policy. He was also renowned for being highly critical of the state of contemporary capitalism, believing that its monopolistic tendencies led to recession and stagnation and was prone to abuse of corporate power. He conducted this critique by uniquely combining both neoclassical and heterodox approaches to economics, but with an empirical rigour that gained him the wide respect of the economics profession.
We are very pleased to announce the appointments of Ms Chloe Chang Liu, Department of Urban Planning and Design at the University of Hong Kong and Mr Mattia Casula, Department of Political Science, LUISS University Rome as the new Student Representatives to the RSA Board.
Registration for the European Week of Regions and Cities is open until 26 September 2016.
Symposium on the National Economic Challenges Associated with the UK’s Urban & Regional Inequalities
A Symposium on the National Economic Challenges Associated with the UK’s Urban and Regional Inequalities and the Policy Options for Responding to these Inequalities and Challenges
Historic and very successful meeting in Delhi at the National Institute of Urban Affairs with representives of key Indian instititions.
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).