Regional Studies web
Points Position
CEF.UP+NIPE (average of all rankings) (2012) 37.62 62/501
ABS (2010) 75.0 107/288
Australian RC (2010) 100.0 66/479
CNRS (2008) 60.0 121/336
Combes and Linnemer (2003) 33.0 62/253
Ideas discounted recursive impact factor (2012) 1.57 210/396
ISI, JCR SSE, Article Influence Score (2010) 6.67 151/316
ISI, JCR SSE, Impact Factor (2010) 16.94 128/388
Kodrzycki and Yu (2006) 0.83 131/177
Lubrano et al (2003) 40.0 132/211
Qualis (2008) 75.0 93/200
Ritzberger (2008) 1.14 130/153
Schneider and Ursprung (2008) 40.0 142/278
Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP) (2011) 19.47 86/476
Tinbergen Institute (2011) 25.0 117/119
Article Influence Score (2019) 1.07 139/428
Impact Factor (2019) 3.31 73/440
Impact Factor (5 year) (2019) 4.17 64/428
SJR - Scimago (2019) 1.54 129/549
Count (2021) 1.0 459/651
Articles 33:

Breaking with the Spatial-Cycle Model: The Shift towards 'Syncurbanization' in Polycentric Urban Regions
Alois Humer, Rodrigo Cardoso, Evert Mejers
vol. 56, 2022, p. 21-35.

Translating Smart Specialisation and Entrepreneurial Discovery into a Process-Oriented Policy
Manuel Laranja
vol. 56, 2022, p. 853-865.

Wage Inequality, Entrepreneurship and Creative People in Regional Labour Markets
António S. Ribeiro, Rui Baptista, Francisco Lima
vol. 56, 2022, p. 1190-1209.

Will Reducing Border Barriers via the EU's B-Solutions Lead towards Greater European Territorial Integration?
Eduardo Medeiros, Martin Guillermo Ramirez, Cinzia Dellagiacoma, Giulia Brustia
vol. 56, 2022, p. 504-517.

Asymmetric Regional Dynamics in the Portuguese Economy: Debt, Openness and Local Revenues
Fernando Alexandre, Hélder Costa, Miguel Portela, Miguel Rodrigues
vol. 55, 2021, p. 322-332.

Do Anchor Infrastructures Matter for Regional Smart Specialisation Strategy? The Case of Alentejo
Soumodip Sarkar, José Jacinto Bilau, Maria Basílio
vol. 55, 2021, p. 453-464.

Principles for Delimiting Transnational Territories for Policy Implementation
Eduardo Medeiros
vol. 55, 2021, p. 974-985.

Regional Innovation Systems: What Can We Learn from 25 Years of Scientific Achievements?
Cristina Fernandes, Luís Farinha, João J. Ferreira, Bjorn Asheim, Roel Rutten
vol. 55, 2021, p. 377-389.

Air Connectivity and Spatial Effects: Regional Differences in Europe
António Antunes, Gianmaria Martini, Flavio Porta , Davide Scotti
vol. 54, 2020, p. 1748-1760.

Territorial Cohesion Cities: A Policy Recipe for Achieving Territorial Cohesion?
Eduardo Medeiros, Daniel Rauhut
vol. 54, 2020, p. 120-128.

The Global Crisis and Intergovernmental Relations: Centralization versus Decentralization 10 Years On
Luiz de Mello, Joao Tovar Jalles
vol. 54, 2020, p. 942-957.

Antecedents and Implications of Territorial Servitization
Emanuel Gomes, Oscar F. Bustinza, Shlomo Tarba, Zaheer Khan, Mohammad Ahammad
vol. 53, 2019, p. 410-423.

Economies of Scope in Portuguese Local Government Using an Augmented Hicks-Moorsteen Approach
Paulo Caldas, Diogo Ferreira, Brian Dollery, Rui Cunha Marques
vol. 53, 2019, p. 963-976.

Regional Knowledge Spillovers: A Firm-Based Analysis of Non-linear Effects
Carlos Carreira, Luis Lopes
vol. 52, 2018, p. 948-958.

European Union Cohesion Policy and Spain: A Territorial Impact Assessment
Eduardo Medeiros
vol. 51, 2017, p. 1259-1269.

People, Places and Earnings Differentials in Scotland
Patricia Melo
vol. 51, 2017, p. 389-403.

Determinants of the Internationalization of Regions: The Role and Effectiveness of Public Policy Measures
Mariasole Bannò, Lucia Piscitello, Celeste Amorim
vol. 49, 2015, p. 1208-1222.

Interactions in Local Governments' Spending Decisions: Evidence from Portugal
Hélia Costa, Linda Veiga, Miguel Portela
vol. 49, 2015, p. 1441-1456.

Universities and Knowledge-Intensive Business Services (KIBS) as Sources of Knowledge for Innovative Firms in Peripheral Regions
Hugo Pinto, Manuel Fernandez-Esquinas, Elvira Uyarra
vol. 49, 2015, p. 1873-1891.

Advancing Evolutionary Economic Geography by Engaged Pluralism
Robert Hassink, Claudia Klaerding, Pedro Marques
vol. 48, 2014, p. 1295-1307.

Inter-regional Wage Differentials in Portugal: An Analysis across the Wage Distribution
João Manuel Rodrigues Pereira, Aurora Galego
vol. 48, 2014, p. 1529-1546.

Euro-Meso-Macro: The New Regions in Iberian and European Space
Eduardo Medeiros
vol. 47, 2013, p. 1249-1266.

Knowledge Networks and Processes of Anchoring in Portuguese Biotechnology
Mário Vale, Luís Carvalho
vol. 47, 2013, p. 1018-1033.

Living Arrangement and University Choice of Dutch Prospective Students
Piet Rietveld, Raymond Florax, Carla Sá
vol. 46, 2012, p. 651-667.

Productivity and Innovation Economy: Comparative Analysis of European NUTS-2, 1995-2004
Elvira Pacheco Vieira, Isabel Neira, Emilia Vazquez
vol. 45, 2011, p. 1269-1286.

Regional Planning in the Land Reform Literature: A Gap to Be Bridged
Saulo S. Souza, Elisabete A. Silva
vol. 45, 2011, p. 857-868.

Does a Federal Country Need Federal Transfers When It Has Labour Mobility?
Tiago Neves Sequeira, Alexandra Ferreira Lopes
vol. 44, 2010, p. 1117-1129.

The Evolution of the Cluster Literature: Shedding Light on the Regional Studies-Regional Science Debate
Sara C. Santos Cruz, Aurora Teixeira
vol. 44, 2010, p. 1263-1288.

Spatial Distribution of Manufacturing Activity and Its Determinants: A Comparison of Three Small European Countries
Salvador Barrios, Luisito Bertinelli, Eric Strobl, António Carlos Teixeira
vol. 43, 2009, p. 721-738.

Measuring Local Government Spending Efficiency: Evidence for the Lisbon Region
António Afonso, Sónia Fernandes
vol. 40, 2006, p. 39-53.

Sourcing Patterns of Foreign-Owned Multinational Subsidiaries in Europe
Ana Teresa Tavares, Stephen Young
vol. 40, 2006, p. 583-599.

Determinants of the Regional Demand for Higher Education in The Netherlands: A Gravity Model Approach
Carla Sá, Raymond Florax, Piet Rietveld
vol. 38, 2004, p. 375-392.

Regional Development Agencies in Portugal: Recent Development and Future Challenges
Stephen Syrett, Carlos Nunes Silva
vol. 35, 2001, p. 174-180.