About the Journal
Focus and Scope
Journal of Regional and City Planning or JRCP is an open access journal mainly focusing on urban and regional studies and planning in transitional, developing and emerging economies. JRCP covers topics related to the analysis, sciences, development, intervention, and design of communities, cities, and regions including their physical, spatial, technological, economic, social and political environments. The journal is committed to create a multidisciplinary forum in the field by seeking original paper submissions from planners, architects, geographers, economists, sociologists, humanists, political scientists, environmentalists, engineers and other who are interested in the history, transformation and future of cities and regions in transitional, developing and emerging economies.
Peer Review Process
JRCP adopts a double-blind review process. To ensure anonymity, any identifying information of the author(s) such as name, contact details and acknowledgements should be excluded from the main text. Every manuscript considered for publication will be sent to at least two external referees in the relevant field(s).
Open Access Policy
JRCP has an open access policy. The electronic version of all articles in this website can be downloaded for free in PDF format.
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Before 2017, Journal of Regional and City Planning (JRCP, online ISSN 2502-6429) was known as Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota (JPWK, print ISSN: 0853-9847, online ISSN: 2442-3866). The journal was founded in 1990 by Prof. Soegijanto Soegijoko. It is the oldest planning journal based in Indonesia.
JRCP was first published by Lembaga Penelitian Planologi (LPP) ITB, Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Wilayah dan Kota (P3WK), and then the Department of Regional and City Planning, ITB. JRCP is now published by the Institute for Research and Community Services ITB.
JRCP's logo was designed by Mochtaram Karyoedi.
Iwan Kustiwan (1999-2003)
Benedictus Kombaitan (1995-1999)
Soegijanto Soegijoko (1990-1992)