Regional and Local Studies Cover Image

Studia Regionalne i Lokalne
Regional and Local Studies

Publishing House: EUROREG - Uniwersytet Warszawski, Regional Studies Association - Sekcja Polska
Subject(s): Economy
Frequency: 4 issues
ISSN: 1509-4995
Status: Active

  • 2000
  • 2001
  • 2002
  • 2003
  • 2004
  • 2005
  • 2006
  • 2007
  • 2008
  • 2009
  • 2010
  • 2011
  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • Issue No. 1/1
  • Issue No. 2/1
  • Issue No. 3/1
  • Issue No. 4/1
  • Issue No. 4/2
  • Issue No. 5/2
  • Issue No. 6-7/2
  • Issue No. 10/3
  • Issue No. 8/3
  • Issue No. 9/3
  • Issue No. 11/4
  • Issue No. 12/4
  • Issue No. 13/4
  • Issue No. 14/4
  • Issue No. 15/5
  • Issue No. 16/5
  • Issue No. 17/5
  • Issue No. 18/5
  • Issue No. 19/6
  • Issue No. 20/6
  • Issue No. 21/6
  • Issue No. 22/6
  • Issue No. 23/7
  • Issue No. 24/7
  • Issue No. 25/7
  • Issue No. 26/7
  • Issue No. Spec.Iss./7
  • Issue No. 27/8
  • Issue No. 28/8
  • Issue No. 29/8
  • Issue No. 30/8
  • Issue No. Spec.Iss./8
  • Issue No. 31/9
  • Issue No. 32/9
  • Issue No. 33/9
  • Issue No. 34/9
  • Issue No. 35/10
  • Issue No. 36/10
  • Issue No. 37/10
  • Issue No. 38/10
  • Issue No. Spec.Iss./10
  • Issue No. 39/11
  • Issue No. 40/11
  • Issue No. 41/11
  • Issue No. 42/11
  • Issue No. Spec.Iss/11
  • Issue No. 43/12
  • Issue No. 44/12
  • Issue No. 45/12
  • Issue No. 46/12
  • Issue No. Spec.Iss./12
  • Issue No. 47/13
  • Issue No. 48/13
  • Issue No. 49/13
  • Issue No. 50/13
  • Issue No. 51/14
  • Issue No. 52/14
  • Issue No. 53/14
  • Issue No. 54/14
  • Issue No. 55/15
  • Issue No. 56/15
  • Issue No. 57/15
  • Issue No. 58/15
  • Issue No. 59/16
  • Issue No. 60/16
  • Issue No. 61/16
  • Issue No. 62/16
  • Issue No. 63/17
  • Issue No. 64/17
  • Issue No. 65/17
  • Issue No. 66/17
  • Issue No. 67/18
  • Issue No. 68/18
{{ issueInfo.Volume }}/{{ issueInfo.Year }} Cover
  • Year: {{ issueInfo.Year }}
  • Volume: {{ issueInfo.Volume }}
  • Number: {{ issueInfo.IssueNo }}

Articles list
{{ article.TitleEnglish }}

{{ article.TitleOriginalLanguage }}
({{ article.TitleEnglish }})

  • Price: {{ common.currency(article.Price) }}
Short Description

"Regional and Local Studies" ("Studia Regionalne i Lokalne") is a leading Polish quarterly journal in empirical analysis as awell as theoretical development in the field of regional and local studies. It is published by the Centre for European Regional and Local Studies (University of Warsaw) and Polish Section of the Regional Studies Association. It focuses on economic, social, environmental and political aspects of regional and local development, both in national and international perspective. All articles in the journal have undergone peer review, based on preliminary editor screening and anonymized refereeing. The Centre for European Regional and Local Studies (EUROREG) [Centrum Europejskich Studiów Regionalnycyh i Lokalnych (EUROREG) - Uniwersytet Warszawski oraz Regional Studies Association - Sekcja Polska] based at the University of Warsaw is Poland's leader in interdisciplinary research and education in the field of regional and local studies and policies. Since 2002 the Centre has been a part of the Institute of America and Europe.The Centre offers four-semester postgraduate (MA) programmes in Spatial Economy and two postgraduate programmes: the Academy of Regional Development (ARR) and the Academy of Evaluation (AE). EUROREG cooperates with a large number of scientific and research institutions, organisations and universities, and is also engaged in many wide-ranging projects, analyses and expert’s studies. The Centre is a partner or a coordinator of many seminars or conferences, also international, and has a broad offer of publications, mostly in Polish, and, though less so, in English. The Regional Studies Association is a learned society concerned with analysis of regions and sub national issues. Through the international membership RSA provides an authoritative voice of, and network for, academics, students, practitioners, policymakers and interested lay people in the field of regional studies. Polish Sections of the Regional Studies Association was established in 1998.

Editorial board

Editorial Board:

Professor Grzegorz Gorzelak – Editor-in-Chief

Professor Bohdan Jałowiecki – Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Professor Iwona Sagan – Editor

Professor Marek Kozak – Editor

Professor Mikołaj Herbst – Editor

Dr Dorota Celińska-Janowicz – Executive Editor

 

Scientific Board:

Professor John Bachtler (University of Strathclyde, UK)

Professor Roberta Capello (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)

MSc Stanisław Furman (Poland)

Professor Piotr Korcelli (Polish Academy of Science, Poland)

Professor Antoni Kukliński (chairman) (University of Warsaw, Poland)

Professor Aleksander Łukaszewicz (University of Warsaw, Poland)

Professor Andres Rodriguez-Pose (London School of Economics, UK)

Professor James W. Scott (University of Eastern Finland, Finland)

Professor Lucyna Wojtasiewicz (Poland)

Indexing information

„Studia Regionalne i Loklane” has been indexed in the following databases: SCOPUS, ERIH PLUS, The Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities (CEJSH), Central and Eastern European Online Library (CEEOL) and BazEkon.

Submission guidelines

Papers published in "Studia Regionalne i Lokalne" should not exceed about 22 pages (40 000 characters, with spaces). A short abstract (max 100 words) and keywords (max 6) should immediately precede the introduction. Basic information about all authors should also be added (affiliation with institution’s address, authors’ e-mails and correspondence postal addresses). All figures, tables and maps (in vector format) should be placed in the article exactly as they should appear in print. References should be cited in text according to the Harvard style.

The journal does not consider contributions under consideration or published elsewhere. Unethical practices (like ghostwriting, guest authorship or plagiarism) are not accepted. If appropriate, funding acknowledgements should be added. Publishing in the journal is based on non-exclusive license agreement, signed with authors of approved articles.

All articles undergo double blind peer-review process, based on preliminary editor screening and anonymized refereeing by at least two referees. The review process contains six steps: 1) evaluation of formal criteria (such as article’s length, references etc.); 2) removing from the article and its metadata author’s personal data; 3) preliminary review by Editorial Office (ethical criteria, scientific character of the article, consistency with the journal’s thematic profile); 4) double-blind peer-review by at least two external reviewers (at least one reviewer is from country other than author’s host country) with the following criteria:scientific significance, originality of methodology/approach, coherent and logical reasoning, clear formulation and achievement of the aim of the article, correctness of reasoning and argumentation, adequacy of the title, appropriate bibliography, graphic ilustration and lenght of the article; the reviewers can choose one of the three options: accept as it stands, accept - subject to revisions, reject; at this stage one negative review is a basis for rejection of the article; 5) revision of the article, based on reviews (if necessary); 6) final acceptance of the article. The same article can be revised only once.