Call for papers for RSPP Special Issue on
Spatial Aspects of Migration, Borders and Integration
Globalization and urbanization interrelates with migration, borders and integration. Issues managed by far away and suffered in proximity that deserve regional science scrutiny able to inform sensible policies.
The aim of this special issue is to look into migrant flows, barriers and integration and their impacts on sustainable development of source, passage and destiny regions.
Topics include but are not limited to, the following:
- Regional economic growth
- International and cross-border trade
- Environmental issues of border
- Cross-border Governance, cooperation and administration
- Migration, third country safe, asylum and refugees
Scholarly articles focus on policy issues in Latin America are especially encourage, but any work with related topics are welcome.
Papers can present the results of research, discuss conceptual approaches to policy implications, describe work in progress or raise issues for debate.
Interested scholars are encouraged to submit an article in the platform of Regional Science Policy and Practice (https://rsaiconnect.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/17577802) until September 11, 2020. The papers will be on-line after accepted by a blind peer review process.
Coordinator of this Special Issue: