Regional Studies, Regional Science (RSRS).
RSRS is the flagship open access journal from the Regional Studies Association, focusing on regional issues in geography, economics, planning, and political science. Find out more.
How will publishing open access in RSRS benefit you?
RSRS is one of the few open access social science journals to be included in Scopus.
Articles are made freely available to anyone, thus the potential reach of your paper is much wider than traditional journals. The most viewed papers published in RSRS are within the top 5% of all scholarly papers.
Rapid publication times and high quality peer-reviewRSRS offers field-leading review times - currently averaging 35 days. All papers are double blind peer reviewed, ensuring only the highest quality research is published in the journal.
No submission fee
You will only be asked to pay an article publishing charge if your paper is accepted.
Your work will sit alongside papers by such luminaries as:
- Knowing and governing cities through urban indicators, city benchmarking and real-time dashboards by Rob Kitchin, Tracey Lauriault & Gavin McArdle.
- Regulation, governance and agglomeration: making links in city-region research by David Beel, Martin Jones & Ian Rees Jones.
Co-Editor-in-Chief of RSRS