Journals in Geography Planning and Development
Welcome to the geography, planning and development journals area of Elsevier. Elsevier is a leading publisher in the field of geography planning and development, publishing highly respected, peer-reviewed journals.
For information on our journals, including how to submit a paper, select a journal from the list below. To view articles on ScienceDirect, select the "Full Text Online" link. Abstracts and sample issues may be browsed and viewed free of charge.
Happy New Year to all our readers, authors, editors and reviewers! Wishing you a successful and enjoyable 2018. This year will see continued exciting developments and many excellent publications across our journals, and we hope that we will be able to engage with many of you around the world at conferences and events aimed at our community. First, we'll be at AAG in New Orleans in April - do come and meet us at the Elsevier stand in the exhibit hall if you can! There will be events, information, advice, and the chance to chat to editors and publishers in one place. Hope to see you there - or on another occasion in 2018! In the meantime, please follow us on Twitter for all the latest news (@ElsGeogPlan).
Publisher - Geography, Planning and Development
Why publish with Elsevier
- Choice from over 13 specialised titles
- Open Access Options available
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An introduction to World Development Perspectives from the Editor, Ashwini Chhatre
Read more about the new sister journal to World Development
Read Trump articles from the Special Issue “Banal Nationalism 20 years on”
From Political Geography
Open Access Options
Elsevier geography, planning and development journals offer you a choice in how you wish to disseminate your research - either by publishing it as a subscription article or as an open access article. To find out more about open access options, visit our open access webpage.
American Association of Geographers (AAG)
3-7 April 2019