Statement on the future of the Census and future provision of population statistics in England and Wales – responseto the public consultation by the Office for National Statistics
The Regional Studies Association launch their gold Open Access journal Regional Studies, Regional Science at their Winter Conference in London on 22 November 2013.
Articles from Jamie Peck, Gerard Toal and John O’Loughlin’s and more to discover in the Issue 2 of Territory, Politics, Governance.
Territory, Politics, Governance
The new RSA journal welcomes your papers. Further information about the journal can be viewed here.
For more than two decades the RSA has had an ongoing programme of international events, attracting participants from all around the world. The Regional Studies Association invites tenders for its Annual Global Conference 2015, Annual European Conference 2016 and its Annual Global Conference 2016. See attached file for more details.
Sally Hardy, RSA Chief Executive, contributed to a panel session as part of the Open Access Monographs and Humanities and Social Sciences conference.
The Regional Studies Association is now a recognised ECOSOC, United Nations NGO with Consultative Status.
To register on the sessions of your choice at http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/conferences/od2013/register_new.cfm
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