ERSA: Territorial Futures – Visions and scenarios for a resilient Europe

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ERSA: Territorial Futures – Visions and scenarios for a resilient Europe

The European Regional Sciences Association (ERSA), is organising its 60th congress titled “Territorial Futures – Visions and scenarios for a resilient Europe”. It will take place this summer from the 24th – 27th of August 2021 in Bolzano, Italy.

The conference aims to provide a quick and updated overview of the main territorial developments and their current/potential implications on the domains of Regional Science in Europe. At the same time, it will deal with possible and potential strategies for resilience and other solutions for the future.

In the framework of this conference, it is possible to organise a session. There are two different kinds of sessions that can be applied for:

  1. Ordinary Sessions. Submission of an abstract (200-400 words) is required (deadline: 30th March 2021, midnight GMT+1).
  2. Special Sessions. Submission of an abstract (200-400 words) and an extended abstract (1,200-2,000 words) or a full (draft) paper are required (deadline: 30th March 2021, midnight GMT+1).

More information about the submission of an abstract can be found here. The preliminary programme overview of the congress can be seen here.

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