November 1, 2012
NARSC 2012 in Ottawa, Canada
Our annual conference is structured around a number of thematically-focused sessions during which regional scientists present their work. The typical format involves four consecutive 20-minute scholarly presentations, followed by comments and critique offered by the appointed discussant, and questions and answers from the audience. The conference also incorporates discussion panels on timely topics of Regional Science. We will offer the opportunity to participate in one of several workshops and tutorials on cutting-edge topics of Regional Science. These workshops will take place on Wednesday November 7, 2012.
All paper presenters are expected to have a manuscript (even in draft form) available to share with the appointed discussant 2-3 weeks before the conference. An abstract must be submitted by the stated deadline for a presentation to be accepted, but a manuscript is not necessary at this time.
Further information: www.narsc.org