Regional Studies Regional Science


Celebrating the 1st Year of Regional Studies, Regional Science
 The first year of RSRS saw …
  •  27 open access articles published, the work of 39authors
  • The average paper taking just 14 weeks from submission to publication
  • 11 early career researchers mentored to publication
  • 17,020 full-text downloads by readers in 113 countries
  • Articles published by researchers based in: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Nepal, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom, and the United States.
  • 15% of downloads by visitors from social media sites
Thank you to all who made this such a successful year.

Editors-in-Chief: Alasdair Rae & Alex Singleton
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Want to publish your paper in Regional Studies, Regional Science?
The journal welcomes submissions on regional issues in
economics, geography, planning, political science, and related fields. With streamlined peer-review the journal accommodates research articles, shorter policy briefings and a new ‘regional graphics’ section, reflecting the growing importance of data visualisation in our field. Explore the advantages of publishing inRSRS.
Early Career PapersRSRS has a section specifically devoted to Early Career Papers which focuses on publishing short articles from students and early career researchers to make their research accessible to a wider audience. Articles in the Early Career Papers section will have a regional focus and will succinctly present the research questions and results whether preliminary or final. Find out more about the Early Careers section.

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