The Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie is a leading international journal on contemporary issues in human geography. Through its articles and special issues and dossiers on topics of interest, it presents actual international research findings in authoritative scientific contributions. The Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie is a channel for the dissemination of new perspectives, ideas and approaches to the study of human geography. The journal, established in 1910, builds on a tradition of empirically and theoretically based research, providing a fruitful interdisciplinary platform for economic and social geography themes. The journal offers space to specialized discussions in human geographical disciplines (on economic, social, cultural and political geographical themes, and development studies), but explicitly also to interdisciplinary, overview and survey articles. Regular features of the journal are its Outlook on Europe and Window on The Netherlands sections, which discuss current spatial trends and policies from a specific European or Dutch geographical perspective.