5 edition of Regional growth theory found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Harry W. Richardson.|
|LC Classifications||HT391 .R55 1973b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 264 p.|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||73169791|
Throughout the world today former nationstates, as disparate as Yugoslavia, Somalia, and Canada, have either disintegrated or threaten to splinter into regions. The conflicts are economic, social, ethnic, linguistic, religious, political, and cultural. Higgins and Savoie analyze the reasons for these conflicts and show why attempts to eliminate regional disparities within nations have been. This book is intended not only for the researcher but also for the policy maker, for both of whom it provides the basic methods for analyzing regional problems from the points of view of endogenous economic growth theory, environmental economics, and spatial economics. This work presents theoretical as well as empirical analyses.
growth poles, regional development, and central place theory John B. Parr The author is associated with the Department of Regional Science, University of Penrmyl‐vania, Philadelphia, U.S.A. Ho wishes to thank Dick Conway, Gerd by: This book fills the void by discussing neoclassical growth theory in a spatial context, in order to examine growth both theoretically and empirically in a system of N regional economies. A formal model is presented that allows for interregional fixed capital relocations, which are in turn determined by the economies’ relative locations in : Sascha Sardadvar.
Book Review: Regional Economics: A Study in the Economic Structure, Stability and Growth of Reg Cited by: 7. Regional Development Planning; Issues and Realities 41st ISoCaRP Congress 3 examination of a number of physical, social, economic and environmental aspects of the building site and the neighboring sites. The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth.
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Regional growth theory Hardcover – January 1, by Harry Ward Richardson (Author)Cited by: 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 Format: Paperback.
Introduction --The Problem of Regional Growth --Defining Regions --The Difference between a Region and a Nation --The Current State of Regional Growth Theory --Introduction --Export Base Models --Neoclasical Models --Comulative Causation Models --Economic Models --Input-Output Models --Multisector Models and Regional Development Planning --Space and Regional Growth Analysis Introduction --Location Theory and Regional.
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.
Chapter 4: Regional Growth and Trade in the New Economic Geography and Other Recent Theories Kieran P. Regional growth theory book.
You do not have access to this content. Chapter 5: Endogenous Growth Theories: Agglomeration Benefits and Transportation Costs G. Alfredo Minerva and Gianmarco I.P.
Trends in Regional Economic Growth Theory Regional development covers a wide range of economic policy issues related to the need to exploit appropriate productive resources that may contribute – or form an impediment – to the welfare of a region (in either an absolute or a relative sense).
Consequently, regional development isFile Size: KB. This mainly theoretical study aims to introduce the space dimension into growth theory and analyse how spatial sub-units of a national economy behave over time, the determinants of their expansion, and the interaction between growth processes at the regional and national level.
The three parts are: (1) growth in a closed region: the internal determinants; (2) growth in an open region: the Cited by: The multi-volume handbook seeks to cover the field of regional science comprehensively, including areas such as location theory and analysis, regional housing and labor markets, regional economic growth, innovation and regional economic development, new and evolutionary economic geography, location and interaction, the environment and natural resources, spatial analysis and geo-computation.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library productivity and regional growth: production theory approaches Index which represents the welfare position of regions Handbook of regional growth and development theories.
Handbook of regional growth and development theories File Size: 7MB. Regional Economic Development: A Review SEARCH WP01/03 2 1. Introduction Modern growth theory has devoted substantial attention to the search for the determinants of economic growth by means ofaggregated models.
In these approaches ‘economicdevelopment ' has been often conceptualised as an increasein 'equilibrium' per-capita income and the File Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Richardson, Harry Ward. Regional growth theory.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Increasingly, endogenous factors and processes are being emphasized as drivers in regional economic development and growth.
This 15 chapter book is unique in that it commences by presenting five disciplinary takes on endogenous development from the perspectives of economics, geography, sociology, planning and organizational management.
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.
The basic product theory, which explains long-term factors of economic growth, refers to the concept of economic base.
According to the theory, regional development is achieved through gradual specialisation of selected products, competitive on the foreign markets.
The profits from product specialization are. Regional growth and development theories revisited. Regional economics has a long tradition in analytical research and policy modelling, with the aim to enhance our understanding of regional competitiveness conditions and of the emergence, persistence, and mitigation of.
When von Böventer refers to “‘pure and exact’ regional theory without agglomeration economies”, he means the theories presented in Sec. 2 of this paper; when he refers to “‘applied regional theory’ which is inexact but takes agglomeration factors into account”, he.
Regional growth theory. London: Macmillan. MLA Citation. Richardson, Harry W. Regional growth theory [by] Harry W. Richardson Macmillan London Australian/Harvard Citation. Richardson, Harry W. Regional growth theory [by] Harry W.
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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title. In the first section, the author analyzes the theories of economic growth, such as Schumpeter’s, Lewis’s and Rostow’s theory.
In the second part there is a review of the models of economic growth. In this part the author divides models into two groups: exogenus models and endogenus models.HUMAN CAPITAL AND URBAN-REGIONAL GROWTH Over the past decade or so, a potentially more powerful theory for city and regional growth has emerged.
This theory postulates that people are the motor force behind re-gional growth. Its proponents thus refer to it as the “human capital” theory of regional development.Neoclassical Growth Theory that was set forth by James E. Meade, and then was further developed in the works of Robert M.
Solow, and Trevor Swan, Basic category of the growth theory is a “region” that should be seen as a territory that has a number of certain integral, interrelated characteristics, thus making itFile Size: KB.