Regional economic growth: theory and policy.

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International Textbook Co. , Scranton
Regional planning -- Mathematical models., Economic development -- Mathematical models., Regional economics -- Mathematical mo
SeriesInternational"s series in economics
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LC ClassificationsHT391 .S5
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 217 p.
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Open LibraryOL4752195M
ISBN 100700222316
LC Control Number78076413

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Siebert, Horst, Regional economic growth: theory and policy. Scranton, International Textbook Co. Regional growth theory By Emil Malizia, Edward Feser, Henry Renski, Joshua Drucker The regional growth theories discussed in this chapter attempt to explain changes in a key set of macroeconomic indicators, including output, employment, income, investment, savings, wages, and interest : Emil Malizia, Edward Feser, Henry Renski, Joshua Drucker.

Writings on regional development and planning are widely scattered in social science literature and government publications. This volume makes available for the first time in one place, and in an orderly and logical manner, the major contributions to regional growth theory and volume considers the basic question of national policy for regional economic development.

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 is. At the same time the methodology has shown surprising development. This volume brings together contributions looking at new pathways in regional economics, written by many well-known international scholars.

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The most advanced theories, measurement methods Regional economic growth: theory and policy. book policy issues in regional growth are given in-depth by: ‘A comprehensive, up-to-date primer on the dynamics of growth theory and fiscal policy, written by two recognized experts in the field.

For graduate students, researchers and policy-makers, this book illustrates how to harness solid economic theory in the service of cutting-edge debates about education, social security reform, and public debt management.’.

Regional Economic Development: A Review SEARCH WP01/03 3 appear to be even more relevant in the case of developing and emerging countries, where only a limited set of locations shows the capability to spur economic growth, while the rest seems to stagnate or decline.

Traditional economic approaches based on neoclassical growth theory have mostly posited that policy intervention targeting less prosperous regions is not necessary. Perfect competition and factor mobility yield constant or diminishing returns to scale in large, wealthy regions, because of congestion and high land and labour costs.

Regional integration theory seeks to explain the establishment and development of regional international organizations.

Key questions are why and under which conditions states decide to transfer. theory in the last years, namely Andrew Moravcsik’s liberal intergovernmentalism.

Then I where regional integration started in the early s with the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) in contribution was the concept of spill-over.

Later Lindberg used this concept to study the early years of the European Economic. The aim of this book is not only to analyze the regional policies practiced, their objectives, instruments and effects, but to provide an in-depth analysis on the impact of investments in infrastructure, human capital and other factors, as well as the advances accomplished in terms of productivity, convergence and regional competitiveness.

The. regional economic development and Models of regional economic development territorial novelties. The second part illustrates the historic context of the theories.

Economic scholars started studying economic growth following the disintegration of the colonial system and creation of independent states. Methods to be applied. 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 it.

Originally published inwhen Europe’s economies were facing the worst recession since the s, this book reviews the outcome of a quarter of a century of research and practical experience in the field of regional economic management. In the spatial context of the European Community, the author explores central issues by integrating the results of his own research with those of.

This webpage supports a textbook on regional and urban economics. The site features chapter by chapter PowerPoint lectures and related Internet links, as well as the syllabus of the course on the book as taught by the author in Two sample chapters and links to regional economic.

This note covers the following topics: Macroeconomics, Economic Growth, Money and the Economy, Social Security, Energy Markets, Crime, International Trade, Regional Economics, Illegal Goods and Services, Economics of the Environment, Poverty and Welfare.

Author(s): David A. Latzko.

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Regional economics is a sub-discipline of economics and is often regarded as one of the fields of the social addresses the economic aspect of the regional problems that are spatially analyzable so that theoretical or policy implications can be derived with respect to regions whose geographical scope ranges from local to global areas.

national economic systems. Growth pole theory. analyzing patterns of regional economic growth: empir- A economic policy of debt dissolution is suggested. Economic Growth is an advanced undergraudate text written specifically for one semester courses in growth theory and for first year graduate students to refresh their knowledge.

It should also be of great use for scholars and professional economists as the text contains many references to practical policy 4/5(1). Classical Perspectives on Growth Analysis of the process of economic growth was a central feature of the work of the English classical economists, as represented chiefly by Adam Smith, Thomas Malthus and David Ricardo.

Despite the speculations of others before them, they must be regarded as the main precursors of modern growth theory.

About the Book. Macroeconomics: Theory, Markets, and Policy provides complete, concise coverage of introductory macroeconomics theory and policy. It examines the Canadian economy as an economic system, and embeds current Canadian institutions and approaches to monetary policy and fiscal policy within that system.

The new economics of urban and regional growth. In The Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography, edited by G.

Clark, M. Feldman, and M. Gertler. New York: Oxford University Press. I argue, then, that regional economic growth is driven by creative people who prefer places that are diverse, tolerant and open to new ideas. This “creative capital” theory thus differs from human capital theory in two respects.

First, it identifies a type of human capital, creative people, that is the key to economic growth. Second, it. Growth pole theory and strategy reconsidered: domination, linkages, and distribution With Karen R. Polenske The contrasting views of growth pole and dependency theorists and of those analysts proposing selected alternative strategies of development have been presented in terms of three critical issues: domination, linkages, and distribution.

Endogenous growth theory holds that economic growth is primarily the result of endogenous and not external forces. Endogenous growth theory holds that investment in human capital, innovation, and knowledge are significant contributors to economic theory also focuses on positive externalities and spillover effects of a knowledge-based economy which will lead to economic.

Growth Poles Theory. The central idea of the growth poles theory is that economic development, or growth, is not uniform over an entire region, but instead takes place around a specific pole (or cluster).

This pole is often characterized by core (key) industries around which linked industries develop, mainly through direct and indirect effects.

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economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion. Within this context, the real challenge here is to seek a more proper understanding of the term regional competitiveness and to gain insight into the driving factors behind it.

Before delving into regional competitiveness, it. Economic growth is the most powerful means of reducing poverty, moreover, although debated, a large body of empirical literature provides ample evidence that trade liberalization and trade openness have a positive impact on economic growth.

No country has successfully developed its economy by turning its back on international trade and long-term foreign direct investment. This text consists of eight chapters and begins with an appraisal of growth-center theory and growth-center policy, along with the fundamental issues that are involved in putting such policies into practice.

This is followed by a discussion on regional policies with a clear growth-center element in Scotland, Ireland, and France. The pivotal assumption behind this book is that research should and can lead to general statements about economic development.

As a result, scholars of economics and public finance, public administration, political science, urban studies, policy studies, and development studies will appreciate this invaluable resource.

At a time of extraordinary challenges confronting the world, this book analyses some of the profound changes occurring in the development of cities and regions. It discusses the uncertainties associated with the stalling of hyper-globalization and asks whether this creates opportunities for resurgent regional economies driven by local capabilities, resource efficiencies and domestic.

The neo-classical theory of economic growth suggests that increasing capital or labour leads to diminishing returns. Therefore, increasing capital has only a temporary and limited impact on increasing the economic growth. As capital increases, the economy maintains its steady-state rate of economic growth.Growth Components and the Employment Structure of the United States, 7 Theories of Regional Growth 12 Trade Theory 12 Location Theory 18 Export or Staple Theory 19 Growth Forecasting 21 Shift Analysis (The Spatial Allocation Approach) 21 Economic Base Analysis