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28 Feb 2019

Brexit: A Divorce Like Few Others

Article provided by Anna Kucirkova. Even if you’re a casual follower of the news, no doubt over the past couple of years you’ve seen a story or two about Brexit. Short for Britain Exit, Brexit is the messy divorce between the […]

21 Feb 2019

European Industrial Concentration

Bruno D. Castanheira works with the European Commission in securing the Union’s financial interests, having previously worked to improve implementation of Regional Policy. His research to stabilise European Economic Integration explored new approaches to Regional Policy and the role of […]

13 Feb 2019

President’s Address: The Challenge and Opportunities of Turbulent Times

The following is an extract from the RSA 2016 Presidential Address. Professor Ron Martin, President of RSA, is Professor of Economic Geography at the University of Cambridge. His main research interests include the geographies of labour markets; regional development and competitiveness; […]

16 Jan 2019

Sustainable cities need more than parks, cafes and a riverwalk

Trina Hamilton, Associate Professor of Geography, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York There are many indexes that aim to rank how green cities are. But what does it actually mean for a city to be green or sustainable? We’ve […]

21 Dec 2018

Regional futures in the global South

Chandrima Mukhopadhyay received her PhD from School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK in October 2014. She was the recipient of a competitive PhD Studentship on Spatial Planning and Environment. She has taught at CEPT […]

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