Indonesian Journal of Spatial Planning

Indonesian Journal of Spatial Planning (p-ISSN - | e-ISSN 2723-0619 | DOI 10.26623/ijsp) publishes research articles, the best practices and policies of spatial planning in national and international stage (See Focus and Scope). The articles of this journal are published every six months, that is on March and October (2 issues per year), and published by the Universitas Semarang.

Contact: Gedung A Prodi Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Semarang, Jalan Soekarno-Hatta, Tlogosari, Semarang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia, Telp: 024-6702757; fax: 024-6702272, Email: ijsp@usm.ac.id

 


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Kami mengundang Bapak/ibu untuk publish paper di International Journal of Spatial Planning pada:

Vol. 1 No 2 Oktober 2020 (Deadline 1 September 2020)

Vol. 2 No 1 Maret 2021 (Deadline 1 Februari 2020)

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Vol 1, No 1 (2020): VOLUME 1 MARET 2020

Indonesian Journal of Spatial Planning VOLUME 1 MARET 2020

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Articles

Tiasa Adimagistra, Wahjoerini Wahjoerini            
             
DOI : 10.26623/ijsp.v1i1.1897 | Abstract views: 63 times
             
             
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Andarina Aji Pamurti            
             
DOI : 10.26623/ijsp.v1i1.1989 | Abstract views: 24 times
             
             
7-14
Kevin Adrian            
             
DOI : 10.26623/ijsp.v1i1.2281 | Abstract views: 24 times
             
             
15-19
Hendrianto Sundaro            
             
DOI : 10.26623/ijsp.v1i1.2316 | Abstract views: 49 times
             
             
20-25
Wahjoerini Wahjoerini            
             
DOI : 10.26623/ijsp.v1i1.1988 | Abstract views: 3 times
             
             
26-29