Diverse Regions: Building Resilient Communities & Territories - Submission deadline - April 6 - Conference Izmir, Turkey - June 16-18

Diverse Regions: Building Resilient Communities & Territories
Regional Studies Association European Conference
Monday 16th-Wednesday 18th June 2014
Dokuz Eylül University Faculty of Business Izmir, Turkey
Call for Papers - One week left to submit your abstract!!!
Submission deadline Sunday 6th April 2014 –
click here for conference website
There is still time to register for the RSA European Conference 2014 to be held in the beautiful city of Izmir, Turkey. If you have a mind to register, now is the time to do so, while the early bird registration rate is still available! There is a full plenary programme each day, interesting special sessions and fantastic social events for unmissable networking opportunities. We have also negotiated special rates at local hotels for a limited time only - further information on hotels can be found on the conference website.
Contributions are invited which fit with the following themes, to collectively explore and discuss these key issues from a multitude of perspectives and with different theoretical stand points and with empirical observations from different parts of the world. Selection of abstracts will be based on originality and interest, subject balance and geographical spread. Abstracts should not exceed 800 words, text only.
Borders and Cross Border Cooperation
Clusters and Smart Specialisation
Community Economic Development
Culture, Creativity and ICT
Developing Rural and Peripheral Regions
Entrepreneurship, Enterprise and Business Climate
Geographies of Global Finance
Industrial Branching and Technological Cohesion
Innovation and Knowledge Economies
Labour Markets and Migration
Regional Development Policy
Regional Well-being and Happiness
Role of Institutions in Regional Development
Role of Social Networks in Regional Development
Spatial Justice
Spatial Planning and Infrastructure
Sustainability – Climate Change, Environment and Energy
Territorial Governance and Regional Leadership
Tourism and Experience Economies
Urbanisation and Cities
Women entrepreneurs
The economic adjustment of regions

For further information on the conference please contact Elizabeth Mitchell (elizabeth.mitchell@regionalstudies.org)