Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Regional Science

Letter from the editor/Lettre Du Directeur De la Revue

Academic journal article Canadian Journal of Regional Science

Letter from the editor/Lettre Du Directeur De la Revue

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July 2007

Over the last few years, the Canadian Journal of Regional Science has been receiving a larger number of submissions from colleagues working in developing countries. This fact, together with the significant interest in the developing world on the part of the Government of Canada, several provincial governments, and many colleagues working in Canadian universities has led us to experiment in this first issue of Volume 30 of the Canadian Journal of Regional Science with a section called Dialogue on Africa. The intention is to publish articles from colleagues in developing countries or from colleagues in Canadian universities and institutions working on developing countries in a separate Dialogue section when at least two articles dealing with a given country or set of countries have been assessed and readied for publication.

We hope that this will encourage more interaction within the regional science community in Canada and in developing countries through the medium of the Canadian Journal of Regional Science.

Yours sincerely,

Christopher Bryant

Editor, Canadian Journal of Regional Science

Departement de Geographie

Universite de Montreal

juillet 2007

Au cours des dernieres quelques annees, la Revue canadienne des sciences regionales a recu un nombre croissant de soumissions de collegues travaillant dans des pays en voie de developpement. …

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