The Australasian Journal of Regional Studies is published by the Australia and New Zealand Regional Science Association International Inc. (ANZRSAI), which is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of efficient and effective regional development policies through research, education and the discussion of ideas. Its interests cover a wide range of Australian and international regional issues with a major focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
Its goal is to provide a platform for a multi-disciplinary approach to regional analysis. Submissions which fall within this general framework of regional analysis, policy, practice and development are welcome.
The journal includes research notes and reviews of books, is a refereed journal published three times yearly.
ANZRSAI is pleased to announce that Volume 16(3) of its journal is now published on this website. This issue was scheduled to appear at the end of 2010, but has been delayed due to no fault of the contributors. We apologise for this delay and thank the contributors for their patience. This issue marks the end of Professor Christine Smith’s tenure as editor of the journal and the issue includes a two-page “afterword of appreciation” to Professor Smith from the ANZRSAI President, Professor Paul Dalziel.
This website contains all issues of the journal from 2001 onwards, with the latest issue being available to members and subscribers only.
For reference, you can also review the Econlit subject descriptions from http://www.econlit.org/subject_descriptors.html
Submissions are welcomed at any time and can be forwarded by email to our Editors Tony Sorensen (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Sonya Glavac (email@example.com). Full details can be found in the Guide for Contributors