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Most read articles of 2023
‘Left behind places’: a geographical etymology by Andy Pike et al.
Level best? The levelling up agenda and UK regional inequality by Mark Fransham et al.
What draws investment to special economic zones? Lessons from developing countries by Susanne A. Frick et al.
Spatial Economic Analysis
The digital layer: alternative data for regional and innovation studies by Milad Abbasiharofteh et al.
Spatio-temporal principal component analysis by Mirosław Krzyśko et al.
Territory Politics Governance
The chronopolitics of climate change adaptation: land reclamation in Tuvalu by Liam Saddington
The Russian invasion of Ukraine: implications for politics, territory and governance by Klaus Dodds et al. (Free Access)
Borders, bordering and sovereignty in digital space by Chenchen Zhang et al.
Regional Studies, Regional Science
Utilizing relational values to investigate a federally administered soil conservation programme in the US Northwest by Timothy Pape (OPEN ACCESS)
Australian rental housing standards: institutional shifts to reprioritize the housing–health nexus by Lyrian Daniel et al. (OPEN ACCESS)
The measurement of social impacts in rural social enterprises: a systematic literature review and future research implications by Peter Musinguzi et al. (OPEN ACCESS)
Area Development and Policy
China’s evolving international economic engagement: China threat or a new pole in an equitable multipolar world order? by Michael Dunford et al. (OPEN ACCESS)