The Regional Studies Blog

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 […]

8 Mar 2018

Women in Regional Science – Really a Success Story?

Simona Iammarino and Paula Prenzel, Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science Introduction Gender imbalance in academia is a widely acknowledged and hotly discussed phenomenon, across and within disciplinary fields, in increasingly aware scientific communities. […]

3 Jan 2018

Regions in Macedonia: Determinants of GDP growth

Marjan Nikolov, President, Center for Economic Analyses,Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and Assistant Professor, International Slavic University of Macedonia The regional organization in Macedonia is in accordance with the NUTS III level as the NUTS I and NUTS II […]

19 Dec 2017

Regional Australia and the urban-regional policy divide

Lee Pugalis, Professor of Urban Studies Institute for Public Policy and Governance, University of Technology Sydney Australia is the planet’s sixth largest country, which comprises a land area of about 7.692 million square kilometres. Accommodating a population approaching 25 million, […]

14 Dec 2017

The changing face of regional Australia’s jobs

It’s a question often asked – where and what are the jobs in regional Australia? To answer that question, the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) took a look at the latest Census data released in November. As the recently awarded ‘Regional […]

4 Dec 2017

The Fate of the Great Barrier Reef

ASSOC. PROF. TIFFANY MORRISON, PHD Research Leader, Social Science, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies Most people don’t know the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) region is the same size as Italy or Japan. However, they probably do […]

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