Do you know about the Routledge Benefits for Regional Studies Association Members?

New and forthcoming books

  • Diversities of Innovation Edited by Ulrich Hilpert This volume brings together a range of world experts to compare countries and continents and help develop a fuller picture of innovations and their social basis. It will be of interest to researchers in regional studies and economics, as well as labour unions, practitioners, and policy makers. Find out more>>
  • The Theory, Practice and Potential of Regional Development The Case of Canada Edited by Kelly Vodden, David J.A. Douglas, Sean Markey, Sarah Minnes, Bill Reimer This volume offers the results of five years of cutting-edge empirical and theoretical analysis of changes in Canadian regional development and the potential of new approaches for improving the well-being of Canadian communities and regions, with an emphasis on rural regions. It situates the Canadian approach within comparative experiences and debates, offering the opportunity for broader lessons to be learnt. Find out more >>

Interested in writing for the RSA book series?

If you would like to discuss a potential new book for the Regions and Cities book series, please contact Joan Fitzgerald (Series Editor-in-Chief) jo.fitzgerald@northeastern.edu or Natalie Tomlinson (Routledge Commissioning Editor) natalie.tomlinson@tandf.co.uk.

30% Routledge discount available

As an RSA member, did you know that you’re entitled to a 30% discount across Routledge’s entire book catalogue? Please log in the Members` Lounge and click on “Publications” for more details.

RSA Chapter Sampler – The Future of Regions and Regional Development

Do not forget, that you can still download this FREE Chapter Sampler, which includes extracts from the books in the RSA book series. This chapter sampler is aimed at advanced undergraduates, postgraduates, academic researchers, as well as practitioners and policy makers interested in regional development, economic geography, sustainability studies, political science, political economy, and urban development.

Author Directions Navigating your way to success

This series is a collection of free resource to guide our new, current and potential authors through the world of academic publishing. Resources will include social media guidance, how to turn your PhD in to a book, how to write a successful proposal, how to maintain discover ability of your book and many more. Find out more >>