We are delighted to offer a free print copy of the most recent Policy Impact book ‘Levelling Up Left Behind Places: The Scale and Nature of the Economic and Policy Challenge’ co-authored by Professor Ron Martin, Dr Ben Gardiner, Professor Andy Pike, Professor Peter Sunley and Professor Peter Tyler, with any new or renewal of an expired RSA membership.
This offer is only available until 31st March 2022.
To take advantage of this limited-time opportunity, please visit RSA Lounge and click on New User Signup.
If you have previously been a member and wish to rejoin, please login with your UserID and password. Do contact us if you require help with logging in.
Please use the campaign code LUP when indicated in Step 2 of the registration process.
Your free Policy Impact book will be posted to your preferred shipping address. Delivery is free of charge.
This timely and very popular book presents novel analyses of the scale, nature and geographies of the economically ‘left behind’ place problem, examining why past urban and regional policies have not succeeded in achieving a more spatially equitable distribution of economic prosperity and opportunity. Having identified significant limitations and weaknesses of past policy, the book argues that a major transformative spatial policy model will be necessary to reduce geographical economic inequalities.
All volumes and issues in the Policy Impact Book Series are also accessible online to RSA members via the RSA Lounge.
Print copies of new issues are mailed to all members of the RSA, as one of the many benefits of an RSA membership. The next title, forthcoming in 2022, will be ‘Move on Up! Building, embedding and reshaping global value chains through global investment flows: insights for regional innovation policies’.
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- Access to the five leading RSA journals, along with 23 other related journals
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Watch three of our members, Alejandra Berenice Trejo Nieto, Benedict Arko and Sylvia He share their experiences being members of the Regional Studies community.