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Report of the international seminar on Future of Cities

This report summarises the findings of a round table with a group of international experts representing local and national governments, academia and the private sector.

New Early Career Editor for Spatial Economic Analysis

We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Pedro Amaral, Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil as the new Early Career Editor of Spatial Economic Analysis.

Opening of a new RSA China Division

The RSA is glad to announce the opening of a new RSA China Division.

The EU Commission has published the 6th Cohesion Report

The EU Commission has published the 6th Cohesion Report: Promoting development and good governance in EU regions and cities.

Regional Studies, Regional Science - EARLY CAREER PAPERS SECTION - Submission deadline 15th October 2014

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.

Call for an Early Career Editor for REGIONAL STUDIES

The Regional Studies Association seeks to appoint an Early Career Editor to its journal REGIONAL STUDIES.

Regional Studies’ Impact Factor further on the rise

The Impact Factor of the Regional Studies journal has risen to 1.756.

Announcing the death of Professor Sir Peter Hall

It is with regret that the Regional Studies Association announces the death of Professor Sir Peter Hall, a founder member of the Association, a long time Editor in Chief of Regional Studies, and more latterly the inaugural President.

Call for an Early Career Editor for SPATIAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

The Regional Studies Association seeks to appoint an Early Career Editor to its journal SPATIAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS.

Regional Studies and Territory, Politics, Governance Annual Lectures 2014 online now

At this year’s AAG Conference in Tampa, the Regional Studies Association hosted lectures by Michael Storper and Jamie Peck. In case you missed them, the AAG Annual Meeting lectures are now available to be viewed online. Simply click on the videos below.

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