The Fuzzy Spaces of Regional Governance
Regional Studies, Regional Science - Virtual Special Issue
Regional Studies, Regional Science published open access articles about regional issues in geography, economics, planning, and political science.
High impact multi-disciplinary research on regional issues in geography, economics, planning and political science. Regional Studies, Regional Science has rigorous and rapid peer-review and publishes several article types including research articles, policy briefings, early career papers and innovative 'regional graphics'.
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|Editorial for virtual special issue: The emergence of new forms of flexible governance arrangements in and for urban regions: an European perspective||Eduardo Oliveira||4||1||2017|
|New approaches in European governance? Perspectives of stakeholders in the Danube macro-region||Franziska Sielker||3||1||2016|
|Pôles métropolitains: the French approach towards inter-city networking||Sophie Deraëve||1||1||2014|
|The impact of place on policy outcomes||Martin Quinn||2||1||2015|
|Moving away from local-based flood risk policy in Austria||Thomas Thaler||3||1||2016|
|Changing home-to-work travel in England and Wales||Basak Demires Ozkul||1||1||2014|
|Between national constraints and the legacies of the past: explaining variations in inter-municipal cooperation in Italian regions||Mattia Casula||3||1||2016|