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Regional Studies – March issue
The March issue of Regional Studies includes recent Annual Lectures by Ron Boschma (
Relatedness as driver of regional diversification: a research agenda) and Michael Webber et al. ( The South–North Water Transfer Project: remaking the geography of China), with commentaries by Dieter Kogler and George Lin respectively. It also includes two Policy Debates articles about the UK's 'northern powerhouse' development strategy. You can read the whole issue online at: http://tandfonline.com/toc/cres20/51/3?nav=tocList.
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The Regional Studies Association works with its international membership to facilitate the highest standards of theoretical development, empirical analysis and policy debate of issues at this sub-national scale, incorporating both the urban and rural and different conceptions of space such as city-regions and interstitial spaces. We are, for example, interested in issues of economic development and growth, conceptions of territory and its governance and in thorny problems of equity and injustice.
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