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The latest issue of Regional Science Policy & Practice are available! Volume 12, Issue 6, Special Issue: Regional drivers’ effects and policies of COVID‐19, Pages: 977-1293, December 2020

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Regional Science Policy & Practice
Volume 12, Issue 6

Pages: 977-1293

December 2020


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Pages: 977-978 | First Published: 12 December 2020


Regional drivers’ effects and policies of COVID‐19

Tomaz Ponce Dentinho, Neil Reid

Pages: 979-980 | First Published: 12 December 2020


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Does weather influence COVID‐19 transmission?

Bruno Palialol, Paula Pereda, Carlos Azzoni

Pages: 981-1004 | First Published: 30 October 2020

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Spatial distribution dynamics and prediction of COVID‐19 in Asian countries: spatial Markov chain approach

Zahra Dehghan Shabani, Rouhollah Shahnazi

Pages: 1005-1025 | First Published: 04 November 2020

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The underlying factors of the COVID‐19 spatially uneven spread. Initial evidence from regions in nine EU countries

Nikos Kapitsinis

Pages: 1027-1045 | First Published: 03 September 2020

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A Spatio‐temporal analysis of COVID‐19 outbreak in Italy

Pritam Ghosh, Alfredo Cartone

Pages: 1047-1062 | First Published: 13 November 2020

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Understanding the spatio‐temporal pattern of COVID‐19 outbreak in India using GIS and India's response in managing the pandemic

Rakhohori Bag, Manoranjan Ghosh, Bapan Biswas, Mitrajit Chatterjee

Pages: 1063-1103 | First Published: 06 October 2020

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The economic impacts of COVID‐19 in Brazil based on an interregional CGE approach

Alexandre A. Porsse, Kênia B. de Souza, Terciane S. Carvalho, Vinícius A. Vale

Pages: 1105-1121 | First Published: 21 September 2020

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Regional economic impact of COVID‐19 in Colombia: An input–output approach

Jaime Bonet‐Morón, Diana Ricciulli‐Marín, Gerson Javier Pérez‐Valbuena, Luis Armando Galvis‐Aponte, Eduardo A. Haddad, Inácio F. Araújo, Fernando S. Perobelli

Pages: 1123-1150 | First Published: 29 July 2020

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Employment effects of COVID‐19 across Chilean regions: An application of the translog cost function

Félix Modrego, Andrea Canales, Héctor Bahamonde

Pages: 1151-1167 | First Published: 26 August 2020

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Identification of spatially constrained homogeneous clusters of COVID‐19 transmission in Italy

Roberto Benedetti, Federica Piersimoni, Giacomo Pignataro, Francesco Vidoli

Pages: 1169-1187 | First Published: 05 November 2020

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Local resistance to rising unemployment in the context of the COVID‐19 mitigation policies across Great Britain

Donald Houston

Pages: 1189-1209 | First Published: 22 October 2020

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COVID‐19, occupational social distancing and remote working potential: An occupation, sector and regional perspective

Frank Crowley, Justin Doran

Pages: 1211-1234 | First Published: 15 September 2020

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COVID‐19 and unequal social distancing across demographic groups

Hakan Yilmazkuday

Pages: 1235-1248 | First Published: 18 August 2020

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Neighbourhood inequity: Exploring the factors underlying racial and ethnic disparities in COVID‐19 testing and infection rates using ZIP code data in Chicago and New York

Kevin Credit

Pages: 1249-1271 | First Published: 29 July 2020

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The informal sector and Covid‐19 economic impacts: The case of Bahia, Brazil

Gervásio Ferreira dos Santos, Luiz Carlos de Santana Ribeiro, Rodrigo Barbosa de Cerqueira

Pages: 1273-1285 | First Published: 30 October 2020


A Research Agenda for Migration and Health. K. Bruce, Newbold, Kathi, Wilson Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA, USA. ISBN 978 178 643 835 5.

Brigitte Waldorf

Pages: 1286-1287 | First Published: 26 August 2020

The Coming of Neo Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class ‐ Joel Kotkin

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal

Pages: 1288-1290 | First Published: 18 September 2020


Acknowledgement to referees

Pages: 1291-1293 | First Published: 12 December 2020

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