The 2018 RSA Annual Conference aims to address processes of global reversal and regional revival, in a world dominated by flows of capital, labor, and knowledge. Further it seeks to understand the political, economic and social factors that initiate change and how these changes are finding new expressions as the world’s political and economic system continues to struggle with low rates of global economic growth, the rise of China as an economic super power, the on-going impacts of recession and austerity, and increasing levels of inequality. More on RSA Annual Conference: http://www.regionalstudies.org/conferences/conference/rsa-lugano-2018
Please submit proposals for papers for the session SS26: Regional Governance Challenges for the Transition towards Circular Economy (http://www.regionalstudies.org/conferences/special-sessions/special-sessions-lugano), where session organizers are Dr Marcin Dąbrowski and Dr Erwin Heurkens, both from Delft University of Technology and members of H2020 REPAiR Research Team.
Paper proposals should be submitted in the form of a 250-word abstract (text only) through the RSA conference portal by Friday 23rd February 2018. Download description of the session: RSA_SS26