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RSPP Call for Papers | Special Issue on Sustainable Regional Development in Ghana

Call for papers for RSPP Special Issue on

Sustainable Regional Development in Ghana”.

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 to focus on real and urgent issues for peoples and places, that require adequate policy responses.

 Ghana has experienced different challenges in recent periods that interest many areas of Regional Science: such as spatial and social disparities, exploitation of natural resources, urbanization, and migration, just to mention some. Therefore, this special issue will feature research (with sound methods and replicable evidence) that sheds light on the different challenges that Ghana will face in the next decades, with a special focus on regional policies which can lead to solving these issues.

The objective of this issue is to provide a better understanding of human interaction within space in Ghana to address the problems of people and places.

Submission Guidelines: Interested Authors should submit their paper to the Special Issue “Sustainable Regional Development in Ghana” until 1 December 2022 to . Early submissions are encouraged and will be processed immediately. Papers will undergo the normal refereeing process. The papers will be published once accepted and compiled when there are enough papers to be compiled in a special issue.

Samuel Odei Amponsah

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Guest Editor for the Special Issue on Ghana

Tomaz Ponce Dentinho

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Editor – in – Chief of Regional Science Policy and Practice

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