Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Economic Geography (inbunden)
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Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Economic Geography (inbunden)

Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Economic Geography

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This Handbook provides an overview and assessment of the state-of-the-art research methods, approaches and applications central to economic geography. Understanding spatial economic outcomes and the forces and mechanisms that influence the geography of economic growth is of utmost importance and demands substantial theoretical and empirical research in economic geography, spatial economics and regional science. Such research is critically dependent upon good and reliable empirical data, and it is here that this Handbook contributes, providing a broad overview of up-to-date research methods and approaches. The chapters are written by distinguished researchers from a variety of scholarly traditions and with a background in different academic disciplines including economics, economic human and cultural geography, and economic history. Researchers and academics in economics and economic geography will find this a fundamental reference point and will benefit from the comprehensive assessment of research methods and approaches in the field. Practitioners and policy-makers will also find the practical applications to be of utmost value.
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Edited by Charlie Karlsson, Professor Emeritus of the Economics of Technological Change, Joenkoeping International Business School, Joenkoeping University and Professor Emeritus of Industrial Economics, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Martin Andersson, Professor of Innovation Studies, CIRCLE, Lund University, Professor of Industrial Economics, Blekinge Institute of Technology and affiliated researcher, Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN) and Therese Norman, Centre for Entrepreneurship and Spatial Economics, Joenkoeping International Business School, Sweden


Contents: Introduction PART I: GENERAL METHODS IN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL SCIENCE 1. Spatial Econometrics James Lesage 2. Spatial Computable General Equilibrium Analysis Johannes Broecker 3. Factor Prices and Geographical Economics Steven Brakman and Charles van Marrewijk 4. Shift-Share and Its New Extension Kingsley E. Haynes and Jitendra Parajuli 5. Analysis Using Geographic Information Systems Paul A. Longley 6. Analysis of Spatial Concentration and Dispersion Giuseppe Arbia, Giuseppe Espa and Diego Giuliani 7. Simultaneous-equations Analysis in Regional Science and Economic Geography Timo Mitze and Andreas Stephan 8. Neural Networks: A Class of Flexible Non-linear Models for Regression and Classification Manfred M. Fischer 9. Social Accounting Analysis Demetrios Psaltopoulos and Dimitris Skuras PART II: METHODS AND APPROACHES OF REGIONAL ANALYSIS 10. Local Multiplier and Economic Base Analysis Per Thulin 11. Analysis of Regional Endogenous Growth Roberto Basile and Stefano Usai 12. Unity in Variety? Agglomeration Economics Beyond the Specialisation-Diversity Controversy Frank van Oort 13. Methods and Applications of Regional Innovation Systems Analysis Bjorn Asheim, Lars Coenen and Jerker Moodysson 14. Geographic Clustering in Evolutionary Economic Geography Koen Frenken and Ron Boschma 15. Methods of Analyzing the Relationship Between New Business Formation and Regional Development Michael Fritsch 16. Analysis of Local Social Capital Hans Westlund and Yuheng Li 17. Regional Social Network Analysis Maureen Kilkenny PART III: METHODS AND APPROACHES OF INTERREGIONAL ANALYSIS 18. Interregional Input-output Modeling: Spillover Effects, Feedback Loops and Intra-industry Trade Geoffrey J.D. Hewings and Jan Oosterhaven 19. Empirical Studies in Geographical Economics Han-Hsin Chang, Charles Van Marrewijk and Marc Schramm 20. Accessibility and Market Potential Analysis Johan Klaesson, Johan P. Larsson and Therese Norman 21. The Impact of Private, Public and Human Capital on the US States Economies: Theory, Extensions and Evidence Sandy Dall'erba and Irving Llamosas-Rosas 22. Interregional Migration Analysis Alessandra Faggian, Jonathan Corcoran and Mark Partridge 23. Applied Spatial Interaction Modelling in Economic Geography: An Example of the Use of Models for Public Sector Planning Mark Birkin, Hamzah Khawaldah, Martin Clarke and Graham Clarke PART IV: SPECIFIC ISSUES IN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY AND REGIONAL SCIENCE 24. Regional Knowledge Production Function Analysis Attila Varga and Marton Horvath 25. Qualitative Methods in Regional Program Evaluation - an examination of the story-based approach Frank Vanclay 26. Using Social and Economic Impact Assessment to Guide Local Supplier Development Initiatives Ana Maria Esteves and Galina Ivanova 27. Analysing the Geography of High-impact Entrepreneurship Sierdjan Koster and Nikos Kapitsinis 28. Gender-specific Dynamics in Hours Worked: Exploring the Potential for Increasing Hours Worked in an Ageing Society Inge Noback, Lourens Broersma and Jouke van Dijk Index