We are a non-profit foundation established in Belgium
We share the same charitable aims and objectives as our Founder, the Regional Studies Association (RSA), to create and foster research, analysis and debate at a regional level. However, unlike the RSA which is a global association with an international membership, RSA Europe operates exclusively in a European context and has no membership base.
Written by Yapeng Ou, Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, Italy The 7th Master Class on EU Cohesion Policy was held as part of the 17th European Week of Regions and Cities -#EURegionsWeek in Brussels from 6th October to 10th 2019. The Master Class was a joint event organised by the European Commission’s DG Regio, the […]
Summary of the #EURegionsWeek UNIVERSITY SESSION: Shrinking Rural Regions and Spatial Justice is available here. Speakers: Andrew Copus, Economic Geographer, James Hutton Institute, United Kingdom. Sabine Weck, Head of Research Group / Deputy Director of Research, ILS – Institut für Landes- und Stadtentwicklungsforschung, Germany. Thomas Dax, Deputy director, Bundesanstalt für Agrarwirtschaft und Bergbauernfragen (BAB), Austria. Petri Kahila, Research […]
Established in 2015, this research network brings together scholars, policymakers and practitioners across Europe and beyond to provide a forum for debating current and emerging issues on European economic migration as well as fostering collaboration and expanding research opportunities. Main organisers of this research network are: Dr. Agnieszka Rydzik, Lincoln International Business School, University of Lincoln […]
Significant increase in number of SMEs concerned about Brexit, especially innovators and exporters. This press release was published here. The number of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that view Brexit as a major obstacle to success has increased significantly since the referendum, according to research published in the journal Regional Studies by Ross Brown and John Wilson from the […]
2019 RSA Europe Socio-Spatial Dynamics Summer College Skills, Mobility and Entrepreneurship has been announced for the coming September. The co-evolution of skills, mobility and entrepreneurship, and the rapid pace of how these transitions occur in the contemporary knowledge-based economy provides a fertile environment for inter-disciplinary discourse and scientific inquiry. RSA Europe’s Socio-Spatial Dynamics Summer College 2019 […]
Read about the experiences of our student at the 2019 RSA Europe Socio-Spatial Dynamics Summer College here: https://regions.regionalstudies.org/ezine/article/reflection-on-the-2019-rsa-europe-socio-spatial-dynamics-summer-college-cagliari-sardinia-italy/ The photos from this event are available to view on our Facebook page and you can access them by clicking here. More details to follow soon.
The presentation of the proposal for the Multiannual Financial Framework for the years 2021 to 2027 and the subsequent package for proposals for the regulations of the Funds by the European Commission in May 2018 kicked off the legislative process for the new Cohesion Policy after 2020. The Commission proposals seek to strike a delicate […]
BACKGROUND The European Week of Regions and Cities is an annual four-day event during which cities and regions showcase their capacity to create growth and jobs, implement European Union Cohesion Policy, and demonstrate the importance of the local and regional levels for good European governance. The event has become a European networking platform for experts in […]
As in previous years the RSA is taking a lead in partnering with the European Commission and European Committee of the Regions in organising the #EURegionsWeek UNIVERSITY sessions and a Master Class on EU Cohesion Policy held for PhD students and early-career researchers as part of the #EURegionsWeek. The European Week of Regions and Cities #EURegionsWeek is an annual […]
The mobility of skilled individuals and the transitional nature of the workplace from a more permanent and stationary setting to one that is project-based and dominated by short term contracts is changing the economic landscape. In addition, as highly skilled workers become more reliant on finding, and subsequently bidding and securing, projects offered by a […]