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Founded in 1954, the Regional Science Association International (RSAI) is an international community of scholars interested in the regional impacts of national or global processes of economic and social change. The work of RSAI draws on the expertise of many different disciplines and this multi-disciplinary approach helps to facilitate new theoretical insights for tackling regional problems. In turn this provides an increasing opportunity for academics within the Association to engage more fully with planners and policy makers. Building on a strong foundation of quantitative methods, regional science is at the cutting edge of research into new model design for regional analysis and impact assessment.

In 1990, the Association changed its organizational structure to better reflect the growth and development of the field; the Regional Science Association International now serves as an umbrella organization overseeing three major superregional organizations in North America, Europe and the Pacific. The main objectives of the Association are the fostering of exchange of ideas and the promotion of studies focusing on the region, including the utilization of tools, methods and theoretical frameworks, specifically designed for regional analysis as well as concept, procedures and analytical techniques of the various social and other sciences.

These objectives are supported through the acquaintance and discussion among its members and with scholars in related fields, by the encouragement of publication of scholarly studies and by performing services to aid the advancement of its members and the field of regional science.

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The Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation (PRSCO) was established at the 7th Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association (WRSA) in San Diego, February 1-4, 1968 at the initiative of representatives from WRSA and the Japan Section of the Regional Science Association (JSRSA). The first conference of PRSCO was held at the East-West Center, University of Hawaii, August 26-29, 1969. Subsequently, full conferences and smaller meetings have been held in many countries in the Pacific Rim area. A full international conference is held every second year and a smaller summer institute in alternate years.

The PRSCO is one of the 3 supra-regional associations of RSAI (Regional Science Association International) which is founded in 1954. The PRSCO enhances and facilitates exchange of research information in the field of regional science among members of Membership Sections of the PRSCO, as well as the exchange of this information in the Pacific Rim area between such members and other persons with an interest in regional science.

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Red Iberoamericana de Investigadores sobre Globalización y Territorio

SERGIO GONZÁLES LÓPEZ
Secretario General
Red Iberoamericana de Investigadores sobre Globalización y Territorio, RII
México

La Red Iberoamericana de Postgrados sobre Políticas y Estudios Territoriales la componen una gran cantidad de profesores e investigadores organizados, desde el año 1996, en el marco del programa de actividades de la Red Iberoamericana de Investigadores sobre Globalización y Territorio (RII), con el objetivo de promover un mayor intercambio, coordinación y cooperación entre los distintos Postgrados en esta materia que se realizan en los países del Cono Sur y México.

Cuenta con una estructura flexible y se benefician de ella todos aquellos interesados en colaborar en el mejoramiento de los programas de postgrado y así contribuir a las actividades que se desarrollan en la región y fuera de ella.

La información sobre actividades de la RIPPET se distribuye a profesionales en países como Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, México, Perú, Uruguay y Venezuela, además de los países de Centroamérica, España, Francia, Portugal, EE.UU. y Canadá.

La pertenencia a la RIPPET es libre y ello depende de la voluntad y formas de colaboración de cada investigador.  Los miembros son profesores e investigadores de instituciones académicas trabajando en temas sobre territorio.

La RIPPET ha realizado ya once encuentros internacionales.

COMITÉ EJECUTIVO 2009 – 2011

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JOSÉ BLANES JIMÉNEZ

Secretario General
Red Iberoamericana de Postgrados y Políticas Territoriales, RIPPET
Director
Centro Boliviano de Estudios Multidisciplinarios, CEBEM
Bolivia

MARÍA ELINA GUDIÑO
CONICET
Instituto CIFOT, UNCuyo
Argentina

JAHIR RODRÍGUEZ RODRÍGUEZ
Coordinador
Maestría en Desarrollo Regional y Planificación del Territorio
Universidad Autónoma de Manizales
Colombia

SERGIO GONZÁLES LÓPEZ
Secretario General
Red Iberoamericana de Investigadores sobre Globalización y Territorio, RII
México

ROSARIO ROGEL – SALAZAR
Directora Editorial.
Sistema de Información Científica Redalyc (Red de Revistas Científicas de
América Latina, el Caribe, España y Portugal).
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México.
México

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