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Tuesday, 24 November 2020 13:15

RSAI newsletter November 2020

Dear RSAI members,

I hope this email finds you all well.

I am writing you to send you the new issue of the RSAI newsletter (https://www.regionalscience.org/images/PDF/Newsletter%202020%20November.pdf), as usual edited by Martijn Smit and Graham Clarke. The Newsletter is a great channel of dissemination of RSAI news, and I am confident you will find plenty of good news on our discipline in this issue.

I also take the chance to say thank-you to Graham Clarke, who's been a pillar of the newsletter for years. While a more detailed item is also discussed in the attached newsletter, I would draw your attention on the opening of the position of RSAI Newsletter Co-Editor. Martijn Smit below provides more details on how to apply.

Thank you all in advance for your attention,

Kind regards,

Andrea Caragliu

Associate Professor of Regional and Urban Economics
Politecnico di Milano, ABC Department

RSAI Executive Director

A change in the editorial team: co-editor Graham Clarke is retiring and leaves the editorial team after many, many years of being a pillar of support; hence I, Martijn, want to thank him for his help, also on behalf of my immediate predecessors Andrea Caragliu and Eveline van Leeuwen, and wish him all the best for the future!

This means that the RSAI Newsletter editorial team has an open position! I’d very much appreciate a second pair of eyes to help with both the gathering of contributions, and the proofreading of the final product. Applications from the global South or from those with a good range of contacts there would be particularly welcome, as would being a native speaker of English. Please contact me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by Friday 8 January 2021 if you’re interested, enclosing a CV and a half-page statement of purpose, indicating why you feel you’re a good fit for editing the newsletter and how involved you have been and plan to be in RSAI and its supraregionals. Andrea Caragliu, the Executive Director, and the remaining editor will decide together.

Text contributions for the newsletter are always welcome, and can be submitted directly to Martijn Smit (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Deadline for the next issue is 15 April; see p. 2 for details.

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