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All of us will be aware that the world of academic research continues to evolve as economies and society changes, and as new technologies make possible new opportunities while simultaneously generating unforeseen challenges. Open Access publishing has been a significant development in academic life, with the Regional Studies Association an acknowledged leader given its launch of Regional Studies, Regional Science almost a decade ago.
The Association is continuing its history of innovation in publication through the introduction of Special Article Collections as part of Regional Studies, Regional Science. These collections take the conventional special issue of a journal into the 21st Century, with a leading scholar writing a call for papers on an important topic or theme for regional researchers, with the outputs then published Open Access. It’s a mechanism designed to maximise readership and intellectual engagement at a global scale.
Post Covid Urban and Regional Mobilities in Developed and Developing Economies
Drones and the Cities and Regions of the Future
Innovation in Teaching Regional and Urban Studies.
The Regional Studies Association is a member-focussed organisation, and we would like to hear your ideas for Special Article Collections. If you would like to propose a topic or write the call for papers for a Special Article Collection, please email the Commissioning Editor, Andrew Beer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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