2019 RSA Annual Conference Bursary Winners
For each Annual Conference, the RSA awards a number of bursaries here are the winners for this year’s conference.
- Rhiannon Pugh, Örebro University, Sweden – Innovation Policy and Peripheral Regions: a Research Framework Encompassing Economic, Environmental, Cultural, and Geo-Political Perspectives
- Hilal Erkuş Öztürk, Akdeniz University, Turkey – The Role of Fictional Expectations in the Resilience of a Crisis-Ridden Tourism Region: Evidence from Antalya
- Alice Cunha, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas – NOVA FCSH, Portugal – Borderless Economic Development: European Unionʼs Pre-accession Aid to Portugal
- Haiyan Lu, Free University Berlin, Germany – How Regional Identities are Formulated and Diffused in the Media in China- A Case Study of Greater Pearl River Delta
- Femi Olaniyan, University of Ibadan, Nigeria – Structure and Process of Community Led-governance in Ibadan and Oke-Ogun Regions of Southwest, Nigeria
- Bram van Vulpen, University of Groningen, The Netherlands – Regionalization of Identity Politics? A Literature Review of Identity Politics in Regional Disparities (working title)
- Claudia Gloazzo, University of Strathclyde, UK – New Forms of Delegated Governance in Cohesion Policy: What Implications for the Distribution of Responsibilities and Power Relations in Policy Implementation?
- Korneliusz Pylak, Lublin University of Technology, Poland – Successful Diversifications: Implications for Refining Smart Specialisation: Strategies in Less Developed Regions
- Cristina Lincaru, National Scientific Research Institute for Labour and Social Protection, Romania – New Borders for the New Regions Shaped by Electricity Distribution and Supply Innovation Profile – Study Case Romania
- Davide Luca, Cambridge University, UK – Hosting to Skim. Organized Crime and the Reception of Asylum Seekers in Italy