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Número especial de Regional Science Policy & Practice, vinculada a la Regional Science Association International (RSAI), con el tema de la conferencia: Respuesta de las regiones periféricas ante los cambios sociales, tecnológicos y climáticos

Número especial de Regional Science Policy & Practice, vinculada a la Regional Science Association International (RSAI), con el tema de la conferencia: Respuesta de las regiones periféricas ante los cambios sociales, tecnológicos y climáticos

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Apreciadas y apreciados compañeros/as,

Os recordamos que tenemos comprometido un número especial de Regional Science Policy & Practice, vinculada a la Regional Science Association International (RSAI), con el tema de la conferencia: Respuesta de las regiones periféricas ante los cambios sociales, tecnológicos y climáticos.

Os adjuntamos el call for papers de esta sesión especial, así como las normas de envío:

Dear Colleagues,

Nowadays, peripheral regions have become an essential objective of regional science. Those territories can be understood as the outer peripheries, especially in the European Union, where the migratory pressure is quite evident. And as the so-called inner peripheries, where depopulation is a challenge that calls into question the survival of some of these regions. 

Regional science should be considered as a point of confluence of multiple approaches, and it is usual to interpret the evolution of regions in terms of economic development, placing the economy at the core of territorial policy decisions. However, it is necessary to introduce other approaches to territorial development. As such, issues such as demographic change and depopulation risk have been incorporated in European structural and investment funds of Agenda 2021-2027. 

The aim should be to generate opportunities in peripheral areas and reduce the gap between regions, guaranteeing the differential elements of both. Regional science must provide compatible and respectful solutions with the use of endogenous resources of all type of regions.

The proper platform for presenting scientific novelty and the policy relevance of the proposed papers will be the XLV International Conference on Regional Science: “ Tackling with societal, technological and climate changes in peripheral territories ” (20-22, November 2019, Universitat Jaume I, Castellon, Spain).

A special issue of the journal Regional Science Policy and Practice will publish selected papers presented at the conference, under the same theme. Both empirical and theoretical papers will be considered. Submissions should be made using the journal’s online submission portal, and the deadline is January 31, 2020.

For guidelines to prepare your manuscript, the journal’s rules will apply (https://rsaiconnect.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/17577802).

Os esperamos a todos y todas en Castelló

Saludos cordiales,

El Comité Organizador

 


Benvolgudes i benvolguts companys/as,

Us recordem que tenim compromés un número especial de Regional Science Policy & Practice, vinculada a la Regional Science Association International (RSAI), amb el tema de la conferència: Resposta de les regions perifèriques davant els canvis socials, tecnològics i climàtics.

Us adjuntem el call for papers d’aquesta sessió especial, així com les normes d’enviament:

Dear Colleagues,

Nowadays, peripheral regions have become an essential objective of regional science. Those territories can be understood as the outer peripheries, especially in the European Union, where the migratory pressure is quite evident. And as the so-called inner peripheries, where depopulation is a challenge that calls into question the survival of some of these regions. 

Regional science should be considered as a point of confluence of multiple approaches, and it is usual to interpret the evolution of regions in terms of economic development, placing the economy at the core of territorial policy decisions. However, it is necessary to introduce other approaches to territorial development. As such, issues such as demographic change and depopulation risk have been incorporated in European structural and investment funds of Agenda 2021-2027. 

The aim should be to generate opportunities in peripheral areas and reduce the gap between regions, guaranteeing the differential elements of both. Regional science must provide compatible and respectful solutions with the use of endogenous resources of all type of regions.

The proper platform for presenting scientific novelty and the policy relevance of the proposed papers will be the XLV International Conference on Regional Science: “ Tackling with societal, technological and climate changes in peripheral territories ” (20-22, November 2019, Universitat Jaume I, Castellon, Spain).

A special issue of the journal Regional Science Policy and Practice will publish selected papers presented at the conference, under the same theme. Both empirical and theoretical papers will be considered. Submissions should be made using the journal’s online submission portal, and the deadline is January 31, 2020.

For guidelines to prepare your manuscript, the journal’s rules will apply (https://rsaiconnect.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/17577802).

 

Us esperem a tots i totes a Castelló

Salutacions cordials,

El Comitè Organitzador


Dear colleagues,

As you know, a special issue of Regional Science Policy & Practice, a journal linked to the Regional Science Association International (RSAI), will be published on the conference theme, that is, Tackling with societal, technological and climate challenges in peripheral territories

We attach the call for papers of this special session:

Dear Colleagues,

Nowadays, peripheral regions have become an essential objective of regional science. Those territories can be understood as the outer peripheries, especially in the European Union, where the migratory pressure is quite evident. And as the so-called inner peripheries, where depopulation is a challenge that calls into question the survival of some of these regions. 

Regional science should be considered as a point of confluence of multiple approaches, and it is usual to interpret the evolution of regions in terms of economic development, placing the economy at the core of territorial policy decisions. However, it is necessary to introduce other approaches to territorial development. As such, issues such as demographic change and depopulation risk have been incorporated in European structural and investment funds of Agenda 2021-2027. 

The aim should be to generate opportunities in peripheral areas and reduce the gap between regions, guaranteeing the differential elements of both. Regional science must provide compatible and respectful solutions with the use of endogenous resources of all type of regions.

The proper platform for presenting scientific novelty and the policy relevance of the proposed papers will be the XLV International Conference on Regional Science: “ Tackling with societal, technological and climate changes in peripheral territories ” (20-22, November 2019, Universitat Jaume I, Castellon, Spain).

A special issue of the journal Regional Science Policy and Practice will publish selected papers presented at the conference, under the same theme. Both empirical and theoretical papers will be considered. Submissions should be made using the journal’s online submission portal, and the deadline is January 31, 2020.

For guidelines to prepare your manuscript, the journal’s rules will apply (https://rsaiconnect.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/17577802).

Looking forward to meeting you in Castelló,

The Local Organizing Committee