RSA Annual Conference 2020 - Transformations: Relational spaces, beyond urban and rural VSI

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RSA Annual Conference 2020

Transformations: Relational spaces, beyond urban and rural

The RSA Annual Conference brings together academics and policymakers to exchange news, views and research findings from the fields of regional studies and science, regional and economic development, policy and planning. Below are articles related to this conference's theme of 'Transformations: Relational spaced, beyond urban and rural.'

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Smart Cities and Region

Article TitleAuthor(s)JournalVolume & IssueYear
The return of the city-region in the new urban agenda: is this relevant in the Global South?Vanessa WatsonRegional Studies2019
New indicators of related diversification applied to smart specialization in European regionsArtur SantoalhaSpatial Economic Analysis14 (4)2019
The intrapreneurial state: Singapore’s emergence in the smart and sustainable urban solutions fieldJulie Tian Miao & Nicholas A. PhelpsTerritory, Politics, Governance7 (3)2019
Hard and soft revisitedFrederico De HolandaArea Development and Policy2019

The Regional Dimension of Climate Futures

Article TitleAuthor(s)JournalVolume & IssueYear
The double crisis: in what sense a regional problem?Betsy Donald & Mia GrayRegional Studies53 (2)2019
Spatial protected area decisions to reduce carbon emissions from forest extractionHeidi J. Albers, Benjamin White, Elizabeth J. Z. Robinson & Erik SternerSpatial Economics Analysis2019
Urban form as policy variable for climate-sensitive area planning under heterogeneity: a geographically weighted regression approachSurabhi Mehrotra, Ronita Bardhan & Krithivasan RamamrithamArea Development and Policy2019
Ecologizing regions; securing food: governing scarcity, population and territory in British East and Southern AfricaJames DuminyTerritory, Politics, Governance 6 (4)2018


Article TitleAuthor(s)JournalVolume & IssueYear
Characterizing broken links on national and local expressways in Chinese city-regionsXingjian LiuRegional Studies53 (8)2019
On the development logic of city-regions: inter- versus intra-city mobility in England and WalesHadi Arbabi, Martin Mayfield & Philip McCannSpatial Economics Analysis14 (3)2019
Chinese infrastructural investments in the Balkans: political implications of the highway project in MontenegroMladen GrgićTerritory, Politics, Governance 7 (1)2019
The iron Silk Road: how important is it?Péter BucskyArea Development and Policy2019
Trends in mobility in India: issues of labour market integration and exclusion of vulnerable sections of the populationAmitabh KunduArea Development and Policy4 (4)2019
Snakes and ladders: differential patterns of post-reform social mobility in Siping, north-east ChinaDong Liu & Chris HamnettArea Development and Policy3 (3)2019
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