The Regional Studies Blog

22 Aug 2018

Universities and Regional Economic Development

I’d never intended to do research on universities and regional development.  My first love was and is the North East of England, and what I wanted to understood was how the North East had gone in the course of my […]

2 Aug 2018

Embedding value chains to enhance Cohesion

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 […]

18 Jul 2018

Cities policy goes regional

Dr. Leonie Pearson is a Fellow at the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis within the University of Canberra. Cities policy in Australia has historically had a clear focus on the largest state capitals, but there are signs this is […]

4 Jul 2018

Board Member Spotlight – Mia Gray

Mia Gray is the Vice Chair of the Regional Studies Association, and is the Board Representative for Communication and Public Engagement, Secretary/Prize and Awards. An economic and social geographer by trade, Mia is based out of the Department of Geography […]

21 Jun 2018

The Northern Powerhouse

Neil Lee is an Associate Professor in Economic Geography at the LSE where he is the Director of the MSc in Local Economic Development and the BSc in Geography with Economics. His research focuses on cities and the social dimensions of […]

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