This paper brings together evidence of the territorial and policy implications of the COVID-19 pandemic with the long-term strategic thinking in regional policy in the past twelve months. It shows that, in the period 2020-2021, governments dealt both with the immediate unpreceded impacts of the pandemic crisis as well as developments in regional policy that were rooted in challenges preceding the pandemic.

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Georgieva, N., Downes, R. & Bachtler, J. 2021, COVID Recovery and the Long Term Challenges for Regional Policies, EoRPA Report 21/1 to the 42nd annual meeting of the EoRPA Regional Policy Research Consortium, October 2021. Available at: https://strathprints.strath.ac.uk/81222/

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