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RSPP Call for Papers | Special Issue: Coordinated Regional Development to Dissolve Regional Disparity


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Call for Papers Special Issue: Coordinated Regional Development to Dissolve Regional Disparity

Guest editors

  • Ling Xue (Paul Snow), Peking University, Beijing, China
  • Tieshan Sun, Peking University, Beijing, China
  • Zhiqiang Zhang, Nankai University, Tianjin, China
  • Deyu Li, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands
  • Hongmou Zhang, Peking University, Beijing, China

Description: Regional disparities in economic, social, and infrastructure development continue to be a pressing concern, both globally and at the national level. For instance, the Chinese government has made coordinated regional development a national policy, and similar initiatives are underway in other countries. Despite these significant efforts, there remains a dearth of comprehensive academic exploration into various aspects of these policies, including their design, spatial implications, and economic impact. To bridge this knowledge gap and foster a deeper understanding of coordinated regional development strategies, we are pleased to announce a call for original research articles and policy papers for our special issue, “Coordinated Regional Development to Address Regional Disparities.”

Themes and Scope:

We welcome submissions addressing a wide range of topics related to coordinated regional development, including but not limited to:

  1. Economic assessment of the coordinated regional development policies
  2. Policy design and policy process analysis of coordinated regional development
  3. Policy impact of a certain domain on coordinated regional development, such as transportation infrastructure, economic development, sustainability, and social inclusion
  4. Interregional collaboration, communication, and learning
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