The first of EDA’s quarterly national journals has been released for EDA members.
Here are some of the feature articles I’d like to draw to the attention of South Australian EDA members.
- Part 2 of ‘Understanding Regional Innovation Systems’ presents two case studies which extend our understanding of what constitutes a RIS in the Australian setting, building on the more theoretical part 1 paper (EDA Journal, Vol. 8, No. 4).
- Our friends at the Regional Australia Institute define ‘Five Themes that will Drive a Vibrant Regional Australia’, each including capacity-building initiatives to help locals lead change.
- A case study insight into a rural council supporting primary producers seeking export and investment opportunities as part of the Significant Investor Visa
- Does Australia desperately need a ‘Working Week Revolution’? And what would that mean for the rapid evolution of pop culture tourism? – if anything…
- And one close to the heart of many EDA members, increasing the productivity of Australia’s transport networks, aka significant investment in economic infrastructure.
About the EDA Journal
EDA produces the national Journal for its members and is focused on showcasing case studies, practical examples of economic development, research, strategy, regional development and any form of economic development work by an individual or organisation/s.
If you’re interested in submitting an article to the editorial review committee, guidelines for submissions – as well as the current and past editions of the Journal – are available on the EDA website here.