Regional Studies is seeking submissions for its sections "Urban and Regional Horizons Section" and "Policy Debates Section".
The Business of People: The Significance of Social Science over the Next Decade is published on February 24 by SAGE, its principal sponsor. It has been produced with the support of SAGE, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, British Sociological Association, Regional Studies Association, British Psychological Society, Nuffield Foundation and Royal Statistical Society.
The Regional Studies Association, in conjunction with the Regional Science Association International, British and Irish Section publish the journal – Spatial Economic Analysis. We are seeking a new Editor In Chief, as Professor Bernard Fingleton, current Editor in Chief of the TPG will soon retire from his role.
We are glad to announce a collaborative PhD studentship between the Department of Town and Regional Planning, University of Sheffield, the Regional Studies Association (RSA) and the Taylor & Francis Group.
We are pleased to announce that as part of the Regional Studies Association‘s 50th anniversary new funding schemes and increased funding for Research Networks have been agreed. By offering these, the Association is seeking to raise the profile of regional research and its contribution if appropriate, to policy and practice.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of a North American Editor to the Editorial Team of Regional Studies, Regional Science, the Open Access journal of the Regional Studies Association.
Report on the Conference ‘Challenges for the new Cohesion policy in 2014-20’ organised on 4-6 February 2015 in Riga, Latvia.
We are pleased to announce that the Regional Studies Association and a number of our members will offer a large number of exiting sessions as part of the AAG 2015 .
We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Ernest Miguelez, Researcher at the CNRS & GREThA-Université de Bordeaux, France as the new Early Career Editor of Regional Studies.
To mark the publication of the 10th volume of Spatial Economic Analysis, Editor Bernard Fingleton has selected a range of articles which have made substantive contributions; highlighting the Journal’s role as a source of innovation and excellence in spatial econometrics, economic geography and regional science.