The event first of all seeks to strengthen cooperation and knowledge dissemination among researchers from Nordic states represented in Nordic Division of the Regional Studies Association (Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden)
Every second year the Nordic Section of Regional Studies Association organises a conference mainly targeted on the Baltic Sea Region issues, bringing together regional researchers and practitioners from all over the world. This time, we are collaborating closely with ESPON and URBACT networks. Dramatic changes call for action, and not only medical scientists, but also the research community have already been involved in several policy-aided research projects.
In 2021 the Leontief Centre is celebrating its 30th anniversary. To mark this anniversary, the XX Annual Conference of the cycle "Leontief Readings" is organised. The topic of the conference is Regional Economic Development and Regional Policies.
A special four paper workshop on Training and Productivity presented by Dr Bochra Idris, Dr Susan Schwarz, Dr Maria Wishart and Dr David Morris. Supported by Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Business Prosperity, Enterprise Research Centre & Regional Studies Association (West Midlands)
The conference is designed to provide a platform for free thinking exchange of ideas, with the aim to address and discuss research and policy issues affecting the North of England in light of European and global trends and in view of national and regional contexts.
The research conference on Regional Policy in Scotland After Brexit is intended to take a fresh, evidence-based look at regional and local development in Scotland and what kind of regional policy responses are required. This includes research evidence on places and interventions where European Structural Funds have been effective.
This Regional Studies East Midlands Branch event will examine the anticipated impacts of climate change for rural and urban regions. Speakers include Prof. Martin Phillips (Univ. Leicester), Dr Candice Howarth (LSE) and Dr Andrew Kythreotis (Univ. Lincoln).
The RSA Russia Division’s Workshop will be held as part of the XIV conference “Russian Regions in the Focus of Changes” which will take place between 14th -16th November 2019, in Yekaterinburg
The 2019 RSA Latin American Division Conference in Bogotá will focus on understanding the formal and informal institutional processes through which local economic development occurs.
The Nordic Division of the Regional Studies Association (NoRSA) Conference 2019.