ANN: Latest Open Access Issue of Regions and Cohesion (Vol. 12, Issue 3)

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The latest Open Access issue of Regions and Cohesion has published! This issue asks if the “new normal” is a return to inertia and inequalities.

 

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Volume 12, Issue 3

 

Editors' Note

Is the “new normal” a return to inertia and inequalities?

Harlan Koff, Carmen Maganda, Edith Kauffer, Julia Ros Cuellar, and Citlalli Alhelí González Hernández

https://bit.ly/3f8RlMu

 

Articles/Artículos

Vivir enclavados: Implicaciones del espacio habitado en la experiencia de juventud

María Laura Serrano Santos

https://bit.ly/3NfzgsM

 

Economía política y desarrollo en la Zona Bananera (Magdalena, Colombia), 1850–1930

Adriano Franco Reyes

https://bit.ly/3SFLqvN

 

México y la implementación del ODS-7 de la Agenda 2030

Irvin Evany Aguilar León

https://bit.ly/3NdSmzl

 

Values-based territorial food networks: Qualifying sustainable and ethical transitions of alternative food networks

Rachel Reckinger

https://bit.ly/3FnrbAm

 

La participación y gobernanza en la planeación urbana de Acapulco

Felipe Covarrubias Melgar, América Libertad Rodríguez Herrera, Erick Alfonso Galán Castro, Manuel I. Ruz Vargas, and Maximino Reyes Umaña

https://bit.ly/3DhkHjs

 

Leadership Forum/Foro de Liderazgo/Forum de Leadership

Pluralismo territorial, gobernanza neoliberal y resistencia

Juan Carlos Cayo, Ingol Gentes, Pablo Policzer, and Ana Watson

https://bit.ly/3ziLL0U

 

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