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The Regional Studies Association seeks to appoint a co-editor with expertise in urban and political geographies of the global south to join the editorial team of John Agnew, Michael Keating, Martin Jones, Walter Nicholls, Bae-Gyoon Park and Justus Uitermark on the journal Territory, Politics, Governance, published by Routledge.

The Newcastle City Futures 2065 Report

Future Cities Report places universities and public participation at the heart of devolution. Copies of the report can be downloaded for free from

EU OPEN DAYS University Sessions: Registration is open

As part of the OPEN DAYS 2015, the RSA will co-organise a Master Class (application process has closed now) and five sessions that are part of the OPEN DAYS University. The registration for the University sessions and other OPEN DAYS sessions are now open and we hope you will be able to join the 6,000 delegates attending this free and exiting annual event. 

Development Bank of Minas Gerais joins RSA

Development Bank of Minas Gerais (Brazil) integrates the international association, allowing the exchange of ideas and production of studies focused on regional planning.

RSA 50th Anniversary booklet

The Regional Studies Association celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. For all members, staff and those that we partner with, this booklet looks back on the Association’s achievements and reflect upon how much it has developed over time.

Regional Studies Association: Development Plan 2015-2020

This Development Plan (2015-2020) is the the culmination of a large number of meetings and consultations within the Association’s Board and Committees with its staff team, its members and with important external stakeholders.

RSA Summer Offer 2015 - Now even more reasons to join the RSA

2015 is a special year for the RSA as we are celebrating our 50th anniversary! To mark the occasion, we offer members.....

Regional Studies’ Impact Factor on a new high!

As in previous years, the Impact Factor for the Regional Studies journal has further increased and is now at 2.068. 

Spatially Rebalancing the UK Economy: The Need for a New Policy Model

Spatially Rebalancing the UK Economy: The Need for a New Policy Model

Call for Papers: Regional Studies’ sections ‘Policy Debates’ & ‘Urban and Regional Horizons’

Regional Studies is seeking submissions for its sections "Urban and Regional Horizons Section" and "Policy Debates Section".

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