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Regional Science Association International (RSAI) is composed of four supraregional groupings of individual national and international sections or associations: The European Regional Science Association (ERSA), The North American Regional Science Council (NARSC), The Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation (PRSCO) and The Latin American and Caribbean Regional Science Association (LACRSA). RSAI has a world-wide membership of over 4,000.

 

The initial part of the Regional Science Association International was founded in 1954 to promote the free exchange of ideas and viewpoints related to regional science.

 

RSAI membership is drawn from all parts of the world, and includes people from a wide range of academic disciplines and professions who share an interest in spatial issues.

 

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RSAI Programs 2017

Building bridges 2017

Building bridges in regional science 2017 conference participation support   The RSAI will facilitate the participation of researchers from low-income and lower-middle-income economies (as defined ...

Nurturing new talent 2017

Nurturing new talent 2017   The RSAI aims to continue promoting the development of Regional Science by nurturing new talent in 2017. The council has therefore pledged resources to co-finance worksho...

Thinking big 2017

Thinking big 2017 seed funding for young researchers   Young researchers are often disadvantaged when trying to develop innovative and/or unconventional research projects because of a lack of adequ...

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The Regional Science Association International (RSAI), founded in 1954, is an international community of scholars interested in the regional impacts of national or global processes of economic and social change.
 

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