Regional Studies is a leading international journal in theoretical development, empirical analysis and policy debate in the multi- and inter-disciplinary field of regional studies. The journal invites established and upcoming scholars to submit agenda-setting work focusing on economic, environmental, political,and social change aspects of regional (subnational) development and policy-making. Regional Studies is a central forum for debating the most recent results from research on regional development and policy-making from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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Spatial Economic Analysis is a pioneering economics journal dedicated to the development of theory and methods in spatial economics, published by two of the world's leading learned societies in the analysis of spatial economics, the Regional Studies Association and the British and Irish Section of the Regional Science Association International.
Territory, Politics, Governance is an interdisciplinary journal from the Regional Studies Association. It is committed to the development of theory and research in territorial politics and the governance of space. This journal creates a platform on which to explore the interface between territory, politics, economy, identity and the organisation of political space. It confronts topical and emergent issues of world economic and political concern.
Regional Studies, Regional Science is an interdisciplinary open access journal from the Regional Studies Association. The journal welcomes submissions on regional issues in economics, geography, planning, political science, and related fields. With streamlined peer-review the journal accommodates research articles, shorter policy briefings and a new ‘regional graphics’ section, reflecting the growing importance of data visualisation in our field. Adhering to our longstanding publishing hallmarks of quality, methodological rigour and clear communication, we offer potential authors the opportunity to reach as wide an audience as possible through this open access publishing route. An article publishing charge (APC) applies for accepted papers in this journal.
Area Development and Policy is a new journal that engages with the transformation of the modern world as a result of development of the global South/Greater BRICS. In three issues per year, the journal publishes original academic research examining the multi-scalar and geographically differentiated relationships between economic and political organization/governance, ways of life and work and their context, as they shape regions, cities, rural areas and their inter-relationships.
Spatially Rebalancing the UK Economy: The Need for a New Policy Model. Published by the Regional Studies Association, edited by Ron Martin, Andy Pike, Pete Tyler and Ben Gardiner.
Changing Gear - is Localism the New Regionalism? (2012). Published by the Smith Institute, edited by Sally Hardy & Michael Ward.
Where Next for Local Enterprise Partnerships? (2013). Published by the Smith Institute, edited by Sally Hardy & Michael Ward.
Joining the dots: Making Healthcare Work Better for the Local Economy (2015). Published by the Smith Institute, edited by Rose Gilroy and Mark Tewdwr-Jones.
Britain for sale? Perspectives on the costs and benefits of foreign ownership (2016). Published by the Smith Institute, edited by Mike Raco
Community, impact, leadership – 50 years of the Regional Studies Association
As part of the membership benefits, the Association also offers access to the following 16 e-journals.
- Entrepreneurship & Regional Development
- International Planning Studies
- Policy Studies
- Planning Practice and Research
- Regional Insights
- Climate and Development
- Eurasian Geography and Economics
- Urban Policy and Research
- Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability
- Environmental Politics
- Innovation and Development
- East European Politics
- Baltic Journal of Economics
- Development Studies Research
- Urban, Planning and Transport Research
Online access is not available to University libraries. For more information on access to these publications, visit our membership page.
Regions is the voice of the membership of the Regional Studies Association. If you are interested in submitting something then contact us at our mailing address, and we will work closely with you to help your article appear in a way most interesting to our readership. There are four deadlines annually, 12th January, 29th March, 18th June and 16th October. We will endeavour to publish received material as quickly as possible after the next copy deadline.
Our advertising prices are as follows*:
Full page Black & White in Pull-out section (£480);
Half page Black & White in Pull-out section (£350);
Quarter page Colour inside Back Cover (£350).
*Corporate members publish for free in Regions.
Regional Insights is a magazine published by the Regional Studies Association which seeks to make research findings from early career researchers more accessible to a wider audience. Complementing the Association’s existing publications, Regional Insights emphasizes helping contributors to shape their research into a story which will entertain, engage and inform readers drawn from across academia, policy-makers and practitioners in the field of regional studies.
The Regions and Cities Book Series is published by Routledge in association with the Regional Studies Association. The Book Series Acting Editor-in-Chief is Ron Martin (University of Cambridge, UK). Did you know? There is a 30% discount available to RSA members on books in the Regions and Cities series, and other subject related Taylor and Francis books and e-books including Routledge titles. To order just e-mail Joanna Swieczkowska, Joanna.Swieczkowska@tandf.co.uk, or phone on +44 (0)20 3377 3369 and declare your RSA membership.
If you wish to send a book proposal, please follow the publisher's guidelines.