Urban and Regional Horizons
The Urban and Regional Horizons section publishes agenda setting papers that seek to stimulate new thinking and develop novel approaches for addressing issues of profound relevance and significance to our changing world.
Papers should reflect on past theoretical and empirical research and identify fruitful news fields of enquiry and conceptual/methodological approaches.
Papers are expected to be ambitious and challenging while also being accessible to a broad audience.
Potential contributors are encouraged to discuss their ideas with the Urban and Regional Horizons section editor, John Harrison (email@example.com)
|Editorial: Introducing Urban and Regional Horizons||Gordon Macleod|
|Introduction: New Horizons in Regional Studies||John Harrison|
|Turbulent presents, precarious futures: urbanization and the deployment of global infrastructure||Alan Wiig & Jonathan Silver|
|Time should tell (more): evolutionary economic geography and the challenge of history||Martin Henning|
|The double crisis: in what sense a regional problem?||Betsy Donald & Mia Gray|