50 years of ERSA

During the 50th Annual Congress of ERSA held in Jönköping (Sweden) in 2010, Peter Batey made a presentation entitled “Fifty years of regional science congresses in  Europe: plenty to celebrate”. Learn more on ERSA Community, download Peter Batey’s presentation .

ERSA Presidents over the years

Jouke Van Dijk (2014-   )
Charlie Karlsson (2009-13)
Paul Cheshire (2006-08)
Roberto Camagni (2003-05)
Borje Johansson (2000-02)
Juan Cuadrado Roura (1995-99)
Folke Snickars (1985-94)
Peter Nijkamp (1978-84)

ERSA Congresses over the years

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60th       2020    Bolzano, Italy
59th       2019    Lyon, France
58th      2018    Cork, Ireland
57th       2017   Groningen, The Netherlands
56th       2016    Vienna, Austria
55th       2015    Lisbon, Portugal
54th       2014    St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
53rd       2013    Palermo, Italy
52nd      2012    Bratislava, Slovakia
51st       2011    Barcelona, Spain
50th       2010    Jonkoping, Sweden
49th       2009    Lodz, Poland
48th       2008    Liverpool, United Kingdom
47th       2007    Paris, France
46th       2006    Volos, Greece
45th       2005    Amsterdam, The Netherlands
44th       2004    Porto, Portugal
43rd       2003    Jyvaskyla, Finland
42nd      2002    Dortmund, Germany
41st       2001    Zagreb, Croatia
40th       2000    Barcelona, Spain
39th       1999    Dublin, Ireland
38th       1998    Vienna, Austria
37th       1997    Rome, Italy
36th       1996    Zurich, Switzerland
35th       1995    Odense, Denmark
34th       1994    Groningen, The Netherlands
33rd       1993    Moscow, Russian Federation
32nd      1992    Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
31st       1991    Lisbon, Portugal
30th       1990    Istanbul, Turkey
29th       1989    Cambridge, United Kingdom
28th       1988    Stockholm, Sweden
27th       1987    Athens, Greece
26th       1986    Krakow, Poland
25th       1985    Budapest, Hungary
24th       1984    Milan, Italy
23rd       1983    Poitiers, France
22nd      1982    Groningen, The Netherlands
21st       1981    Barcelona, Spain
20th       1980    Munich, Germany
19th       1979    London, United Kingdom
18th       1978    Fribourg, Germany
17th       1977    Krakow, Poland
16th       1976    Copenhagen, Denmark
15th       1975    Budapest, Hungary
14th       1974    Karslruhe, Germany
13th       1973    Vienna, Austria
12th       1972    Rotterdam, The Netherlands
11th       1971    Rome, Italy
10th       1970    London, United Kingdom
9th         1969    Copenhagen, Denmark
8th         1968    Budapest, Hungary
7th         1967    The Hague, The Netherlands
6th         1966    Vienna, Austria
5th         1965    Krakow, Poland
4th         1964    Ghent, Belgium
3rd         1963    Lund, Sweden
2nd        1962    Zurich, Switzerland
1st         1961    The Hague, The Netherlands