This year, Regional Studies celebrates its 50th anniversary. As well as six months’ free access to the recent Special Issue, which showcases key themes in the field, we’re pleased to offer a month’s free access to the entire archive of Regional Studies. From the first issue of the journal published in 1967, to the very latest content which outlines the need for regional research in a rapidly-changing world, all articles can be read online for free until 28th February 2017.
- EDITORIAL Global reversal, regional revival? by Ivan Turok, David Bailey, Jennifer Clark, Jun Du, Ugo Fratesi, Michael Fritsch, John Harrison, Tom Kemeny, Dieter Kogler, Arnoud Lagendijk, Tomasz Mickiewicz, Ernest Miguelez, Stefano Usai & Fiona Wishlade
- Contesting European regions by Michael Keating #OpenAccess
- Foregrounding the region by Anssi Paasi and Jonathan Metzger #OpenAccess
- Towards a theory of regional diversification: combining insights from Evolutionary Economic Geography and Transition Studies by Ron Boschma, Lars Coenen, Koen Frenken & Bernhard Truffer
- Shifting horizons in local and regional development by Andy Pike, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose & John Tomaney
- Transforming cities: does urbanization promote democratic change? by Edward L. Glaeser & Bryce Millett Steinberg
- Uneven and combined development by Michael Dunford & Weidong Liu
- The city as innovation machine by Richard Florida, Patrick Adler & Charlotta Mellander
- Global investments and regional development trajectories: the missing links by Riccardo Crescenzi & Simona Iammarino #OpenAccess
- Geographical linkages in the financial services industry: a dialogue with organizational studies by Eric Knight & Dariusz Wójcik
- The interregional migration of human capital and its regional consequences: a review by Alessandra Faggian, Isha Rajbhandari & Kathryn R. Dotzel
- Can transport infrastructure change regions’ economic fortunes? Some evidence from Europe and China by Chia-Lin Chen & Roger Vickerman
- Future green economies and regional development: a research agenda by David Gibbs & Kirstie O’Neill
- Analysing the regional geography of poverty, austerity and inequality in Europe: a human cartographic perspective by Dimitris Ballas, Danny Dorling & Benjamin Hennig
We wish you a pleasant reading.