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The Regional Science Association Nederland (RSA-NL) is a Dutch-speaking organisation involved in the studies of, and policies for urban and regional economic and social issues. RSA-NL is highly multi- and interdisciplinary, and counts economists, geographers, planners, demographers and sociologists among her ranks. It is a platform where academicians, planners and policymakers meet and exchange ideas. They have different backgrounds: from universities, but also from local, regional and national public authorities, as well as private research consultants. RSA-NL organizes at least twice a year meetings devoted to topical subjects, which often result in a publication.

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