Scienze Regionali
Italian Journal of Regional Science


Scienze Regionali - Italian Journal of Regional Science  is a multidisciplinary journal founded by the Italian Section of the  Regional Science Association International (AISRe) in 2001. It aims at hosting the scientific and methodological debate related to cutting-edge topics in regional, urban, environmental and transport economics, economic geography, territorial planning and urban sociology. The journal publishes, both in English and Italian, original articles (subject to a double-blind peer-review process) on the aforementioned topics and, more generally,  on matters of social sciences applied to the study of the territory.  Furthermore, the journal periodically publishes literature surveys, entrusting them to internationally renowned scholars, and signed book reviews of recent/interesting essays in regional science.

SJR 2020: 0.31 Best Quartile: Q2 Detailed indicators

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