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Geographical Analysis Editorship

January 8, 2014


Geographical Analysis Editorship


I am pleased to inform the community that Serge Rey has accepted the position of Editor of Geographical Analysis, effective July 1, 2014. Serge is Professor at the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University. His editorship is also supported by the GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation. Serge brings a wealth of experience in editorial endeavors, and the Executive Board enthusiastically endorses his selection. His first issue will come out in January 2015.


The journal, under the capable leadership of Dan Griffith, is in great shape and is set to embark on a number of exciting developments to coincide with the editorial transition. Dan will continue to manage papers through the end of June, and starting July 1 the journal will move to an on-line manuscript submission system, with a technology platform from Wiley; more on this in due course.


Also, as of 2015, the journal will adapt to the ever-changing world of academic journals, by going to an on-line format. This is in keeping with major trends in the industry, and will make it easier for Libraries to manage and distribute the journal’s contents.


We have also arranged, with Wiley, to provide subscriptions to members of RSAI and a reciprocal courtesy will be extended to our readers. GA individual subscribers will be granted free digital access to PiRS and RSPP, while RSAI members will enjoy the benefit of digital access to GA.


Again, I want to thank Dan Griffith and Yongwan Chun, at UT Dallas, and all the current Associate Editors and Editorial Board members for their continued loyalty and support to the journal.  The Department of Geography at Ohio State is proud of its association with Geographical Analysis, and looks forward to publishing great papers in the coming years.


Please join me in welcoming Serge to the Editorship.


Morton O’Kelly

Chair, GA Exec Committee

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