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NS-RSA

Nordic Section of the Regional Science Association

 

NS-RSA is the organization of the Nordic members of the European Regional Science Association (ERSA). Within ERSA regional scientist are organised according to language or national affiliation. ERSA is one of three supra regional groupings of individual national and international sections or associations, which together constitute the Regional Science Association International (RSAI). The other supraregional groupings are the North American and the Pacific Regional Science Associations.                                                            

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