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The RSA Europe's Summer College has been established to focus on how ideas, theories, methods and data can be leveraged across disciplines for the purpose of scientific advancement. Applications are welcome from PhD candidates and post-docs who have been awarded a PhD in the past 5 years, from a...
Conference key themes: - Urban and regional resilience, - Small cities after decline, - Small cities in non-core areas: local, regional and national policies on their shrinking and/or revival, - Local self-government and inter-budgetary relations, - Strategies and instruments of re-growth and...
Broad themes and key shifts the organisers are keen to facilitate discussion around include, but are not limited to: - Post-2020 EU Budget, the future of EU Policies and their likely implications for cities and regions, - Energy transitions, environmental sustainability, and designing urban and...
We welcome participation in all forms, including attendance, submission of an abstract or poster, offers to organise a special session, or to lead a policy initiative forum or a forum on developments in regional practice. We warmly welcome papers on any aspect of regional studies or regional...
The 2019 RSA Annual Conference aims to discuss about how to push regions beyond all kind of borders as a way to plan the future with different lens. We welcome papers from all – academics, researchers, students and those working in policy and practice. The event is inclusive and offers...
The 2019 RSA CEE conference showcases challenges, determinants and perspectives of development of different kind of metropolises and peripheries in CEE. The emphasis is on the economic performance, social, and political issues with respect to regional, national and European dimensions.
This conference will provide the opportunity for urban and regional scholars to grapple with the complexities of innovation and change, qualifying the idea of innovation, questioning the institutions that organize and channel it, and exploring the actors, private, public and civil society, who...
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