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Regional Planning in Ontario

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EU27 GDP Data for 2008

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EU ‘Regions of Excellence’: Brandenburg, Wales and Lithuania

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Congratulations to Brandenburg, Wales and Lithuania.

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Regional Studies – The ‘Big-Hitters’ Issue

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How to prepare for academic jobs

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When preparing for academic jobs one thing everyone should remember is that more is more! While for most job positions the objective is to have a short CV and a short, snappy cover letter, in academia that is usually not the case. It is important that you populate these documents well, to demonstrate that you […]

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Study on Regional Policies in China and EU

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OPEN Days Poster Session – Congratulations Frank!

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Regional Studies Association – Newcastle 2011

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is being updated regularly. Make sure you register early!

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A New Regional View of Great Britain

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New Editor for Critical Survey in Regional Studies!

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Jobs in Academia

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Career opportunities are scarce in the current economic climate, and the situation is likely to get worse in the coming ‘age of austerity’. So any help one can get in the moment of finding a job is welcome. Here we will focus on academic jobs, although there are other opportunities that graduates can consider, such […]

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The State of Metropolitan America

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Regional Insights – Take a Look!

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The EU Budget – An Introduction

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Gapminder – The Beauty of Statistics

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Focus on EPRC

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It’s been a while since the last ‘Focus on’ blog post, so it’s now time for another one. Today’s post is on EPRC – that is, the European Policies Research Centre. The EPRC is based at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow (Scotland) and they are, as the name suggests, a research centre focusing on […]

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World University Rankings

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City Populations from citypopulation.de

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Cross-Border Agglomerations

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RSA Conference 2011

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We look forward to seeing everyone in Newcastle!

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Driving you NUTS? Regions of Europe…

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What are NUTS? Well, it stands for Nomenclature of territorial units for statistics and it’s a hierarchical way of dividing up the economic territory of the EU for collecting statistics, doing analysis and for framing regional policies. So, fairly important! But, everyone already knows this of course. How long have NUTS been around for? The […]

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Paul Krugman Video

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Paul Romer’s Charter cities

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.This is clearly a thorny issue, to which the Regional Studies community could definitely contribute. An important point to bear in mind is that Paul Romer, using his reputation and wealth, has been actively promoting this idea around the world, which means that sooner or later it might become a real possibility. Its implications however […]

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Sally and Oscar’s Paris Cycle

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I’m now choosing the bike to buy …. certainly I want a lighter one than the one that I rode to Paris! In fact I’d quite like one with someone else to cycle it.”

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