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RSPP Call for Paper | Special Issue on Regional Development in Latin-America (NEW DEADLINE April 1, 2020)

Call for papers for RSPP Special Issue on

Regional Development in Latin-America”.

Dear Colleagues,

The aim of Regional Science Policy & Practice - RSPP is to promote and diffuse the understanding of human interaction in space; based on sound, rigorous and up-to-date methodologies; and focusing on real and urgent issues for peoples and places, that require adequate policy responses.

Latin America has experienced different challenges in this new era that affected many areas of Regional Science: such as migration, trade, economic growth, income inequality, poverty, regional disparity, concentration of economic activity, energy and environment, to mention just some. Therefore, this special issue will feature research (with sound methods and replicable evidence) that sheds light on the different challenges that Latin America will face in the next decades, with a special focus on regional policies which can lead to solve this issues. 

The objective of this issue is to provide a better understanding of the regional economic challenges that Latin American countries are facing in the next decades. Case studies from any developing countries will be considered, as well as applied theoretical work.

Authors should submit the full papers to the regular review process of the journal until April 1, 2020. TEarly submissions are encouraged and will be processed immediately. Papers will undergo the normal refereeing process.

Coordinators of this Special Issue:

Rafael Garduño-Rivera This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Patricio Alessandro Aroca This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

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