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The latest issue of Regional Science Policy & Practice are available! Volume 11, Issue 1 Pages 1-209, March 2019

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Regional Science Policy & Practice

Volume 11, Issue 1

Pages: 1-209

March 2019



Issue Information

Pages: 1-2 | First Published: 28 March 2019


Spatial and social justice

Budy P. Resosudarmo, Ari Kuncoro, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings

Pages: 3-4 | First Published: 28 March 2019

Open Access

Household characteristics at the bottom, the typical, and the top of the 2016 income distribution in South Korea: A quantile regression analysis

Yuri Mansury, Jae Beum Cho

Pages: 5-21 | First Published: 18 January 2019

Gender inequality among urban households in South Korea

Yuri Mansury, Kyung‐Heun Baek

Pages: 23-38 | First Published: 12 March 2019

Open Access

Interprovincial differences in labour force distribution and utilization based on educational attainment in Indonesia, 2002–2015

Mitsuhiko Kataoka

Pages: 39-54 | First Published: 29 November 2018

Education and expenditure inequality in Myanmar: An analysis with the 2006 and 2012 Household Income and Expenditure Survey in an urban and rural setting

Aye Thu Zar Thein, Takahiro Akita

Pages: 55-70 | First Published: 12 March 2019

Inequality of opportunity, a matter of space?

Jesus Perez‐Mayo

Pages: 71-87 | First Published: 12 February 2019

Open Access

Are poor provinces catching‐up the rich provinces in Indonesia?

Hengky Kurniawan, Henri L. F. de Groot, Peter Mulder

Pages: 89-108 | First Published: 29 January 2019

In search of spatial justice. Towards a conceptual and operative framework for the analysis of inter‐ and intra‐urban inequalities using a geo‐demographic approach. The case of Italy

Giovanni A. Barbieri, Federico Benassi, Marianna Mantuano, M. Rosaria Prisco

Pages: 109-121 | First Published: 20 November 2018

Open Access

A sectoral growth‐income inequality nexus in Indonesia

Iván González Gordón, Budy P. Resosudarmo

Pages: 123-139 | First Published: 20 June 2018


Interpreting and understanding territorial identity

Roberta Capello

Pages: 141-158 | First Published: 07 December 2018

Differential demographic transitions for Women of different ethnicities in Gauteng, South Africa, 1996–2011

Hermanus Stephanus Geyer, Nhlapo Mosidi

Pages: 159-171 | First Published: 07 January 2019

Fiscal Decentralization – A Cautious Tale

Yizhou Zhang, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings

Pages: 173-187 | First Published: 09 January 2019

Do light rail transit investments increase employment opportunities? The case of Charlotte, North Carolina

Kristine Laura Canales, Isabelle Nilsson, Elizabeth Delmelle

Pages: 189-202 | First Published: 27 February 2019


Advanced Introduction to National Innovation Systems, Cristina Chaminade, Bengt‐Åke Lundvall, Shagufa Hanneef, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2018

Roberta Capello

Pages: 203-204 | First Published: 28 August 2018

The square and the tower: Networks and power, from the Freemasons to Facebook

Gordon F. Mulligan

Pages: 204-207 | First Published: 15 October 2018

The Cost–Benefit Revolution. Cass R. Sunstein

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal

Pages: 207-209 | First Published: 22 November 2018


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