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Italian Journal of Regional Science
Scienze Regionali. Italian Journal of Regional Science is the official journal of the Italian section of the Regional Science Association International. It was founded in 2001 as a forum for debating territorial issues, from theoretical, methodological and political perspectives. The journal adopts a pluralist agenda, focusing on the analysis of territory, of its spatial, economic, social, cultural, political, physical, and ecological organization. In short, the journal’s aim is to examine the factors that transform space into territory – the dynamic relationships between the physical and social dimension. The journal’s official languages are Italian and English. It publishes original theoretical, methodological, and empirical papers dealing with the above-mentioned topics, whilst also drawing on the social sciences in a more general way as they relate to the study of territory. By publishing contributions from leading international researchers, it also aims to become a cutting-edge scholarly journal in its field.
Scienze Regionali. Italian Journal of Regional Science is organized into five sections: Critical Surveys – literature reviews by distinguished international scholars (on invitation only); Articles – original articles accepted after a double-blind peer-review process; Notes and debates – comments on key topics, both theoretical and policy oriented, with the purpose of eliciting inter-disciplinary debate; Territorial Policy Perspectives – comments on themes relevant to territorial policies at Italian, European and international level; Book Reviews – signed reviews of the most recent and interesting books on regional science published at international level.
Editor in Chief Laura Resmini (Università di Milano Bicocca) Co-Editor Marco Mariani (IRPET) Editorial Board Roberto Antonietti (Università di Padova), Valerio Cutini (Università di Pisa), Marusca De Castris (Università di Roma Tre), Ezio Micelli (Università IUAV Venezia), Giovanni Perucca (Politecnico di Milano) Scientific Committee Ron Boschma (Utrecht University), Roberto Camagni (Politecnico di Milano), Roberta Capello (Politecnico di Milano), Riccardo Cappellin (Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”), Enrico Ciciotti (Università Cattolica, sede di Piacenza), Sergio Conti (Università degli studi di Torino), Juan Cuadrado Roura (Universidad de Alcalá), Andreas Faludi (Delft University of Technology), Adriano Giannola (SVIMEZ), Geoffrey Hewings (University of Illinois), Fabio Mazzola (Università degli studi di Palermo), Peter Nijkamp (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan), John Parr (University of Glasgow), Guido Pellegrini (Sapienza Università di Roma), Jacques Poot (University of Waikato, Hamilton), Andrés Rodríguez-Pose (London School of Economics), Denise Pumain (University Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne), Lanfranco Senn (Università “L. Bocconi”, Milano), Stefano Stanghellini (Università IUAV di Venezia), Jouke van Dijk (University of Groningen) Editorial Manager Luca Bettarelli (Università di Milano-Bicocca).
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Il Mulino adopts and promotes specific guidelines about publishing ethics.
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