Theories of Endogenous Regional Growth (häftad)
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Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001
Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Johansson, Börje (ed.), Karlsson, Charlie (ed.), Stough, Roger R. (ed.)
48 Tables, black and white; IX, 428 p.
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Theories of Endogenous Regional Growth (häftad)

Theories of Endogenous Regional Growth

Lessons for Regional Policies

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During the last two decades a new growth theory has emerged - often labelled "endogenous economic growth". The contributions in the book develop these advances into a theoretical framework for endogenous regional economic growth and explain the implications for regional economic policies in the perspective of the new century. Endogenous growth models can reflect increasing returns and hence refer more adequately to empirical observations than earlier models, and the models become policy relevant, because in endogenous growth models policy matters. Such policies comprise efforts to stimulate the growth of knowledge intensity of the labour supply and knowledge production in the form of R&D.
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Preface.- Part I: Introduction: 1. Ch. Karlsson,B.Johansson,R.R.Stough, Introduction: Endogenous Regional Growth and Policies.- Part II: Endogenous Growth Theory Applied in a Regional Context: 2. R.R.Stough, Endogenous Growth Theory and the Role of Institutions in Regional Economic Development; 3. J.W.Harrington,Jr.,D.Ferguson, Social Processes, and Regional Economic Development; 4.W.-B.Zhang, Regional Dynamics with Endogenous Knowledge in a Multi-Sector Model; 5. J.Rees, Technology and Regional Development: Theory Revisted; 6. G.Maier, History, Spatial Structure, and Regional Growth: Lessons for Policy Making.- Part III: Interregional Processes, Scale Economies and Agglomeration: 7. I.Gordon,P.Cheshire, Local Advantage and Lessons for Territorial Competition in Europe; 8. B.Johansson,Ch.Karlsson, Geographic Transaction Costs and Specialisation Opportunities of Small and Medium-Sized Regions: Scale Economies and Market Extension; 9. E.A.Haddad,G.J.D.Hewings, Trade and Regional Development:International and Interregional Competitiveness in Brazil; 10. Se-il Mun,K.Sasaki, The Economic System of Small-to-Medium Sized Regions in Japan; 11. E.J.Feser, Agglomeration, Enterprize Size, and Productivity.- Part IV: Functional Regions, Clustering and Local Economic Development: 12. D.Maillat,L.Kebir, The Learning Region and Territorial Production Systems; 13. M.Steiner, Clustering and Economic Change: New Policy Orientations - the Case of Styria; 14. D.Martellato, The Italien Smallness Anomaly: Coexistence and Turbulence in the Market Structure; 15. N.Hansen, Knowledge Workers, Communication, and Spatial Diffusion; 16. B.L.Weinstein, Regional Growth Theories and Local Economic Development: Some Case Studies.- Part V: Endogenous Regional Economic Policy Analysis: 17. A.Varga, Universities and Regional Economic Development: Does Agglomeration Matter?; 18. K.E.Haynes,M.Dinc, Change in Manufacturing Productivity in the U.S. South: Implications for Regional Growth Policy; 19. H.Westlund, Spatial Policy for Sparsely Populated Areas: A Forlorn Hope? Swedish Experiences; 20. B.Johansson,Ch.Karlsson,R.Stough, Theories of Endogenous Regional Growth - Lessons for Regional Policies.- List of Figures.- List of Tables.- Authors Index.- Subject Index