Nature, Society, and Marginality. Edited by Pushkar K. Pradhan and Walter Leimgruber
COVID-19 and Marginalisation of People and Places. Edited by Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš, Etienne Nel and Stanko Pelc
Globalization, Marginalization and Conflict. Edited by Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš, Walter Leimgruber (2020) /Book review in TERRITORIAL IDENTITY AND DEVELOPMENT, Volume 6/ No. 1, Spring 2021/
Responses to Geographical Marginality and Marginalization/From Social Innovation to Regional Development Edited by Etienne Nel, Stanko Pelc (2020)
Rural Areas Between Regional Needs and Global Challenges Edited by Walter Leimgruber, Chang-yi David Chang (2019)
Nature, Tourism and Ethnicity as Drivers of (De)Marginalization Edited by Stanko Pelc, Miha Koderman (2018)
Societies, Social Inequalities and Marginalization Edited by Raghubir Chand, Etienne Nel, Stanko Pelc (2017)
Globalization and Marginalization in Mountain Regions Edited by Raghubir Chand, Walter Leimgruber (2016)
*The series has been accepted for Scopus in October 2021.
Books published by Routledge (Ashgate)
Perceptions of Marginality. Theoretical issues and regional perceptions of marginality in geographical space. Edited by Heikki Jussila, Walter Leimgruber, Roser Majoral (1998/2019)
Marginality in Space – Past, Present and Future. Theoretical and methodological aspects of cultural, social and economic parameters of marginal and critical regions. Edited by Heikki Jussila, Roser Majoral, Chris C. Mutambirwa (1999/2018)
Environment and Marginality in Geographical Space: Issues of Land Use, Territorial Marginalization and Development at the Dawn of New Millennium. Edited by Majoral Roser, Heikki Jussila, Fernanda Delgado-Cravidao (2000/2017)
Globalization and Marginality in Geographical Space. Political, economic and social issues of development in the new millennium. Edited by Heikki Jussila, Roser Majoral, Fernanda Delgado-Cravidão (2001/2017)
Sustainable Development and Geographical Space. Issues of Population, Environment, Globalization and Education in Marginal Regions. Edited by Heikki Jussila, Roser Majoral, /Bradley Cullen (2002/2017/2017)
Policies and strategies in marginal regions. Summary and evaluations. Edited by Walter Leimgruber, Roser Majoral, C.-W. Lee (2003)
Between Global and Local. Marginality and Marginal Regions in the Context of Globalization and Deregulation. Walter Leimgruber (2004/2019)
Books published by other publishers
Marginality and Development Issues in Marginal Regions. Edited by Chang-Yi David Chang, Sue-Ching Jou and Yin-Yuh Lu. National Taiwan University, Taipei (1994).
Development Issues in Marginal Regions: processes, technological developments and societal reorganisation . Edited by R. B. Singh and Roser Majoral. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt., Ltd, New Delhi & Calcutta (1996).
Disasters, Environment and Development. Edited by R. B. Singh. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt., Ltd, New Delhi & Calcutta (1996).
Development Issues in Marginal Regions II: Policies and Strategies. Edited by Maria Estela Furlani de Civit, Claudia Pedone, Nelso Darío Soria. Universidad de Cuyo, Faculdad de Filosofía y Letras, Departamento de Geografía, Mendoza (1996).
Issues of environmental, economic and social stability in the development of marginal regions: practices and evaluation . Edited by Gareth Jones, Arthur E. Morris. Department of Geography, University of Strathclyde, & Department of Geography, University of Glasgow (1997).
The Global Challenge and Marginalization. Edited by Marcio Valença, Etienne Nel, Walter Leimgruber. Nova Science, New York (2008).
Mountain regions in transformation: Global processes, Regional and Local Impacts and Responses. Edited by Walter Leimgruber, Walter Zsilincsar, Etienne Nel. Shaker, Aachen (2012).
Books of proceedings and abstracts on CD-roms and online
Regional development, sustainability, and marginalization. Book of abstracts and program. Edited by Stanko Pelc, Miha Koderman (2016).
Spatial, social, and economic factors of marginalization in the changing global context. Book of abstracts and program. Edited by Stanko Pelc (2015).
UGI 2011 Santiago, Chile, Conference Proceedings: C08.27 Abstracts, papers & posters (pdf)
Books and articles of other organizations/authors
Marginality Addressing the Nexus of Poverty, Exclusion and Ecology /Springer Link Open Access
Cycling & Walking for Regional Development. How Slowness Regenerates Marginal Areas