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Handbook of Regional Growth and Development Theories
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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.In recent years, economic crises, regional fragmentation trends, radical technological innovation and the failures of regional policies have expanded the knowledge horizon of experts in regional growth and development. This fully updated, revised and expanded Second Edition contains ten new chapters as well as exploring theories prevalent in the first edition in the face of recent changes in the field. With 30 chapters from leading experts from across the globe, this Handbook looks at new pathways in regional economics, presenting the most cutting-edge theories explaining regional growth and local development. It thoroughly examines recent advances in theories, the normative potentialities that they have and the cross-fertilization of ideas between regional and mainstream economists, providing crucial insights to the topic. This will be an essential source of reference and information for scholars and advanced students of regional science and regional economics. It will also be a useful tool for experts in international institutions researching regional growth.
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'Capello and Nijkamp's significantly extended and updated Handbook is a tour de force of the best scholars in regional science. It is a complete guide to the theories, methodologies and literature of the field, and should be on the desk of all regional science and regional economic scholars.' -- Mark Partridge, Ohio State University, US, Jinan University, China and GSSI, Italy
Edited by Roberta Capello, Professor of Regional and Urban Economics, Politecnico di Milano, Italy and Peter Nijkamp, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS) in 's-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands and the Universitatea Alexandru Ioan Cuza din Iasi, Iasi, Romania
Contents: Introduction to the second edition: novelties and advances Roberta Capello and Peter Nijkamp Part I Growth Theories and Space 1. Theories of Agglomeration and Regional Economic Growth: a Historical Review Philip McCann and Frank van Oort 2. Space, Growth and Development: a Historical Perspective and Recent Advances Roberta Capello 3. Location/Allocation of Regional Growth Gunther Maier and Michaela Trippl 4. Regional Growth and Trade in the New Economic Geography and Other Recent Theories Kieran P. Donaghy 5. Leadership, Institutions and Regional Economic Development and Growth Roger `R. Stough Part II Development Theories: Regional Production Factors 6. Agglomeration, Productivity and Regional Growth: Production Theory Approaches Jeffrey P. Cohen, Cletus C. Coughlin, and Catherine J. Morrison Paul 7. Territorial Capital and Regional Development: Theoretical Insights and Appropriate Policies Roberto Camagni 8. Human Capital and Regional Development Alessandra Faggian, Felix Modrego and Philip McCann 9. Infrastructure and Regional Development Johannes Broecker, Dirk Dohse and Piet Rietveld 10. The Nexus of Entrepreneurship and Regional Development Manfred M. Fischer and Peter Nijkamp 11. Foreign Direct Investments, Global Value Chains and Regional Development Laura Resmini Part III Development Theories: Innovation, Knowledge and Space 12. Theories of Innovation in Space: Path-breaking Achievements in Regional Science Roberta Capello 13. Innovation and space. Achievements and prospects Camilla Lenzi 14. R&D Spillovers and Regional Development/Growth Daria Denti 15. Regional Development and Knowledge Borje Johansson and Charlie Karlsson 16. Territorial development and proximity relations Andre Torre 17. Sustainable Development and Regional Growth Revisited Amitrajeet A. Batabyal and Peter Nijkamp 18. Spatial Clusters and Regional Development Karima Kourtit and Peter Gordon Part IV Regional Growth and Development Measurement Methods 19. Measuring Agglomeration Ryohei Nakamura and Catherine J. Morrison Paul 20. Investigating endogenous regional performance Robert J. Stimson, William Mitchell, Michael Flanagan, and Alistair Robson 21. Spatial-Economic Disparities and Convergence Stilianos Alexiadis 22. Heterogeneous reaction versus interaction in spatial econometric regional growth and convergence models Julie Le Gallo and Cem Ertur 23. CGE Modelling in Space: a Survey Kieran P. Donaghy 24. Modern Regional Input-Output and Impact Analyses Jan Oosterhaven, Karen R. Polenske and Geoffrey J. D. Hewings Part V Regional Growth and Development Policies 25. Institutions and Regional Development T.R. Lakshmanan and Ken J. Button 26. Regional Policy: Rationale, Foundations and Measurement of Effects Jouke van Dijk, Henk Folmer and Jan Oosterhaven 27. Regional Policy Models: a Review Ana M. B. Barufi and Eduardo A. Haddad 28. Quantitative Evaluation Techniques for Regional Policies Augusto Cerqua and Guido Pellegrini 29. The Regional Adjustment Model: An Instrument of Evidence-based Policy John I. Carruthers and Gordon F. Mulligan 30. Economic Decline and Public Intervention: Do Special Economic Zones Matter? Peter Friedrich and Chang Woon Nam Index