If you wish to find out more about the Regional Studies Association - the global forum for city and regional research, development, and policy - do not hesitate to visit our OPEN DAYS University sessions or the RSA stand in the Charlemagne Building.
Hungarian regional science has lost two highly regarded personalities in the national and international community of regional studies in recent years.
Are you interested in publishing your paper in the RSA open access journal Regional Studies, Regional Science?
We are very pleased to announce a new journal adding to the list of high quality journals of the RSA.
We are very pleased to inform you that the Regional Studies Association Awards Committee has selected two winners of the RSA & Routledge Early Career Award.
The Regional Studies Association 2015 Awards have been announced. Congratulations to all our winners!
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.
Future Cities Report places universities and public participation at the heart of devolution. Copies of the report can be downloaded for free from www.newcastlecityfutures.org.
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 (Brazil) integrates the international association, allowing the exchange of ideas and production of studies focused on regional planning.