"Environment and Planning A is an interdisciplinary journal of urban and regional research. It is the only journal in the field which, because of its size and frequency, can provide the breadth of coverage which allows it to maintain its core interests while simultaneously developing new fields of research as they emerge. Monthly publication means these objectives can be maintained. It also means that rapid publication is assured.
The journal is concerned with the fate of cities and regions. The urgency of the problems that have to be faced is clear: rapid economic skills; economic, social, and cultural exclusion; strains on transport; and environmental damage are just some of the problems that now plague cities and regions all around the world. Confronting these problems involves the mobilisation of many disciplines - geography, economics, environmental science, political science, demography, engineering, and regional science, for example - and many different strategies of work - quantitative and qualitative, economic and cultural, theoretical and applied. All are reflected in an active international editorial advisory board, and in the equally wide-ranging context of the journal." (From publisher's website)
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