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“The spatial integration of climate change adaptation governance in the UK: the efficacy of a (city-) regional politics?” The RSA funding enabled me to develop research in broader areas relating to climate governance. Another important impact from the RSA EC grant is that it enabled the successful securing of other grant applications. The RSA grant […]

“BRICs and Region Building in Africa: The Nacala Logistics Corridor” The engagement of the BRICS – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – in Africa is an issue of the upmost topicality and world economic and political concern. A new wave of foreign investment is leading to mining and natural resource development, infrastructure projects, […]

Research Title: Suburbanization and the Changing Geographic Scale of Spatial Segregation in Mexico After reform and expansion of the country’s housing finance system in the early 1990s, Mexican cities have expanded at a rapid rate through the construction of large-scale suburban housing developments. One important feature of the housing system is the dominance of the […]

Research Title: Financial Crisis, Regional Policy and the Construction of Territory: the Case of the Spanish Regions Listen to Paula Portas sharing her tips on how to write a successful application for the Early Career Grant Scheme: (English) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOHEYOGpi7w&feature=emb_title (Spanish) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOBi4u0X7TA&feature=emb_title  The financial saga leading to the demise of savings banks since 2009 […]

Research Title: Skills, Regions, and Entrepreneurship Dr Haifeng Qian talks about how being a Regional Studies Association Early Career Grant holder helped his career – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ll3fZag-sN4&feature=emb_title The focus of this research is on regional factors that are associated with entrepreneurship, with a particular emphasis on the role of geographically bounded skills. A recent U.S. Department […]

Research Title: Entrepreneurship and Technological Change: Understanding Entrepreneurial Usage of the Internet, Social Media and Virtual Reality Technologies Listen to Dr Elizabeth Mack sharing her experience with the RSA Early Career Grant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0go_cCQHwg&feature=emb_title  

Research Title: Understanding U.S. college graduate migration This research considers the migration patterns of college graduates from a large, U.S. state-supported institution. If high levels of human capital can contribute to regional economic growth, knowing what motivates graduates to choose a post-graduation location can help regions develop strategies to attract them.  This study also fills […]

Research Title: International Knowledge Flows and Spillovers and the Evolution of National Technology Trajectories We are very pleased to announce that Dr Dieter F. Kogler, School of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Policy, University College Dublin, Ireland – a previous RSA Early Career Grant holder – has been awarded major European Research Council Funding. Following the award […]

Research Title: In what sense a new non-state space: the case of the Atlantic Gateway city-region The overall aim of this research is to use the Atlantic Gateway as a unique lens through which to address current gaps in our knowledge of city-regions, in particular around how they are constructed politically. Officially launched in March […]

Research Title: The Geographic Location and Mobility of Immigrant Entrepreneurs in the US I have compiled the descriptive statistics for all 283 Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the United States for 2000 and 2011 including number of immigrant entrepreneurs, as well as by their racial/ethnic status, industrial sectors, and educational levels. Comparable statistics for the native-born […]

Research Title: Innovation and global production networks: two case studies of traditional industries in Portugal Dr Pedro Marques on How the RSA Early Career Grant helped his career: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eOZzKxx0MA&feature=emb_title To combine the concepts of innovation and global production networks in order to understand the development trajectories of two traditional sectors in Portugal: the wine and […]

Research Title: Leveraging the Economic Benefits of Cultural Diversity in Cities I learned about the RSA Early Career Grant Scheme at the RSA Annual Lecture as part of the 2011 Association of American Geographers conference in New York. There are limited funding opportunities in the U.S. supporting research in regional development and economic geography; this […]

Researcher at the Ratio Institute, Stockholm, Sweden Associated Researcher the Institute for Business and Economic History Research (EHFF), Stockholm, Sweden Teacher of Introductory Economics at Södertörn University, Sweden Institution: Ratio Institute, Stockholm, Sweden EHFF, Stockholm, Sweden Södertörn University, Sweden Research Title: Regional Migration Motives and the Urban Hierarchy As a first part of the research that was supported by the RSA, I’ve studied economic outcomes […]

Research Title: ‘It’s hard everywhere, but this place is different’: Regional Difference in Non-Standard Work in the UK “The Regional Studies Association Early Career grant scheme provides opportunities both to gain experience of being a principal investigator, and to explore emerging themes — in my case regional differences in non-standard work in the UK — […]

“I am delighted to be awarded a RSA Early Career grant. It opens up fantastic opportunities to conduct policy-relevant research including a workshop with senior stakeholders in economic development that would have been difficult within other research grants/projects. The grant will also facilitate networking opportunities within and beyond RSA’s extensive membership at conferences and seminars.” […]

The Travel Award from the Regional Studies Association has been used to help cover the cost of travel expenses for attending the National Convention of the American Association for Advancement of Slavic Studies which took place in Philadelphia, PA, between the 20th and 23rd November 2008. This is a major academic event focussing on research […]

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