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Image - RSA Default Logo The 21st Meeting of the Pacific Regional Science Conference (PRSCO) was held at Broadbeach, Queensland in Australia over the period 19-21 July 2009.  This conference series, which is one of three supra-national events organized by the Regional Science Association International (RSAI), takes place every second year, and is primarily attended by RSAI members belonging […]

The European Society of Rural Sociology encompasses rural development with studies of society in rural areas. This was of enormous interest to me as I am researching economic development in a peripheral rural part of the UK (Cornwall), from a perspective that could be described as political sociology. There were other things too that excited […]

Image - RSA Default Logo The RSA travel award has supported a 5 day field trip to Naples (23-29 February 2009) to investigate a series of new underground stations that have been linked up with a new public art programme. The case of Naples offers an interesting example of how stations could be reconceptualised as places rather than just transport nodes. […]

Pedro Amaral

I have applied to the Travel Award to attend the II World Conference of the Spatial Econometrics Association in New York in November/08. I was very happily surprised with the easiness and how fast it was to apply. The Travel Award was very helpful since I am a Brazilian graduate student and the costs to […]

The travel award given to me by the RSA allowed me to attend an exciting conference in Washington DC, organised by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. I was able to present my work to an audience of Planners, Geographers, and Regional Scientists, and listen to their useful comments. It also allowed me to […]

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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