Eurasian Geography and Economics welcomes original papers on geographical and economic issues in the Eurasian region, broadly defined as encompassing China, Russia, India, South East Asia, the former Soviet Union and Europe.

We welcome theoretically informed papers which address any key current geopolitical and geo-economic developments in the region. Papers should clearly contextualise the topic in the relevant literature and the development of the region itself, and made clear what contribution to knowledge regarding the region and/or applicable theory they make. We also welcome papers which have an explicit comparative dimension, either within the region or between Eurasia and the rest of the world, or submissions that link regions across Eurasia, as well as sub-national scales of analysis. Papers which seek to integrate studies of Eurasia geography and economics into wider disciplinary debates, and which bring out what those debates can learn from studying the region, are particularly encouraged.

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