RSPP

Regional Science Policy & Practice (RSPP) is published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. on behalf of the RSAI. Members have free online access to the journal. To access Regional Science Policy & Practice visit http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1757-7802

RSPPRegional Science Policy & Practice is the official policy and practitioner orientated journal of the Regional Science Association International. It is an international journal that publishes high quality papers in applied regional science that explore policy and practice issues in regional and local development. It welcomes papers from a range of academic disciplines and practitioners including planning, public policy, geography, economics and environmental science and related fields. Papers should address the interface between academic debates and policy development and application.RSPP provides an opportunity for academics and policy makers to develop a dialogue to identify and explore many of the challenges facing local and regional economies.

RSPP publishes high quality papers targeted at informing the policy development process leading to the formation of theoretically grounded regional policy. The editors invite submissions dealing with the policy and practice of regional and local development. Contributions that are the outcome of collaborations between researchers and policy and practice professions are encouraged.

Aims and Scope

Regional Science Policy & Practice (RSPP) is the official policy and practitioner orientated journal of the Regional Science Association International. It is an international journal that publishes high quality papers in applied regional science that explore policy and practice issues in regional and local development. It welcomes papers from a range of academic disciplines and practitioners including planning, public policy, geography, economics and environmental science and related fields. Papers should address the interface between academic debates and policy development and application.RSPP provides an opportunity for academics and policy makers to develop a dialogue to identify and explore many of the challenges facing local and regional economies.

RSPP publishes high quality papers targeted at informing the policy development process leading to the formation of theoretically grounded regional policy. The editors invite submissions dealing with the policy and practice of regional and local development. Contributions that are the outcome of collaborations between researchers and policy and practice professions are encouraged.

Keywords

regional, science, policy, practice, RSAI, journal, geography, applied, local development, planning, public policy, economics, environmental science

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RSAI Journals - discounted Article Publication Charge for RSAI members

According to the new agreement (effective 1st January 2019) with John Wiley & Sons, Inc., the published Article Publication Charges (APC) for the RSAI Journals (PIRS & RSPP) have been revised to USD2,500 / GBP1,650 / EUR2,100.

An APC is the fee payable by authors if they wish to make their article open access immediately under a CC-BY licence. In addition, we are also delighted to offer a 40% discount off the APC rate for RSAI members.

With the discount, RSAI members will enjoy the following APC rates if they wish to make their article published in PIRS and/or RSPP open access: USD1,500 / GBP990 / EUR1,260

It’s important to make the distinction that the APC discount is a benefit for RSAI members (not PIRS and RSPP authors), and is applicable only for articles published in PIRS and/or RSPP.

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The Regional Science Association International (RSAI), founded in 1954, is an international community of scholars interested in the regional impacts of national or global processes of economic and social change.

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