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HANDBOOK OF REGIONAL GROWTH AND,DEVELOPMENT THEORIES. Handbook of Regional Growth and,Development Theories. Roberta Capello,Politecnico di Milano Italy,Peter Nijkamp. VU University Amsterdam the Netherlands,Edward Elgar. Cheltenham UK Northampton MA USA,Roberta Capello and Peter Nijkamp 2009.
All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or. transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical or photocopying recording or. otherwise without the prior permission of the publisher. Published by,Edward Elgar Publishing Limited,The Lypiatts. 15 Lansdown Road,Cheltenham,Glos GL50 2JA,Edward Elgar Publishing Inc. William Pratt House,9 Dewey Court,Northampton,Massachusetts 01060. A catalogue record for this book,is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Control Number 2008017423,PEFC 16 33 111.
CATG PEFC 052,www pefc org,ISBN 978 1 84720 506 3 cased cased. Printed and bound in Great Britain by MPG Books Ltd Bodmin Cornwall. List of contributors ix, Introduction regional growth and development theories in the twenty first. century recent theoretical advances and future challenges 1. Roberta Capello and Peter Nijkamp,PART I GROWTH THEORIES AND SPACE. 1 Theories of agglomeration and regional economic growth. a historical review 19,Philip McCann and Frank van Oort. 2 Space growth and development 33,Roberta Capello,3 Location allocation of regional growth 53.
Gunther Maier and Michaela Trippl, 4 Regional growth and trade in the new economic geography and. other recent theories 66,Kieran P Donaghy, 5 Endogenous growth theories agglomeration benefits and. transportation costs 86,G Alfredo Minerva and Gianmarco I P Ottaviano. PART II DEVELOPMENT THEORIES REGIONAL PRODUCTION, 6 Agglomeration productivity and regional growth production theory. approaches 101,Jeffrey P Cohen and Catherine J Morrison Paul.
7 Territorial capital and regional development 118. Roberto Camagni,8 Human capital and regional development 133. Alessandra Faggian and Philip McCann,9 Infrastructure and regional development 152. Johannes Br cker and Piet Rietveld,10 Entrepreneurship and regional development 182. Manfred M Fischer and Peter Nijkamp,vi Contents, PART III DEVELOPMENT THEORIES INNOVATION KNOWLEDGE. 11 Knowledge spillovers entrepreneurship and regional development 201. David B Audretsch and T Taylor Aldridge,12 R D spillovers and regional growth 211.
Daria Denti,13 Knowledge and regional development 239. B rje Johansson and Charlie Karlsson, 14 Agglomeration externalities innovation and regional growth theoretical. perspectives and meta analysis 256, Henri L F de Groot Jacques Poot and Martijn J Smit. 15 Sustainable development and regional growth 282. Amitrajeet A Batabyal and Peter Nijkamp,PART IV REGIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. MEASUREMENT METHODS,16 Measuring agglomeration 305.
Ryohei Nakamura and Catherine J Morrison Paul,17 Measuring the regional divide 329. Roberto Ezcurra and Andr s Rodr guez Pose,18 Measuring regional endogenous growth 354. Robert J Stimson Alistair Robson and Tung Kai Shyy. 19 Regional growth and convergence heterogeneous reaction versus. interaction in spatial econometric approaches 374,Cem Ertur and Julie Le Gallo. 20 CGE modeling in space a survey 389,Kieran P Donaghy. 21 Modern regional input output and impact analyses 423. Jan Oosterhaven and Karen R Polenske,PART V REGIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT POLICIES.
22 Institutions and regional development 443,T R Lakshmanan and Ken J Button. 23 Regional policy rationale foundations and measurement of its effects 461. Jouke van Dijk Henk Folmer and Jan Oosterhaven, 24 New regional policies for less developed areas the case of India 479. Maria Abreu and Maria Savona,Contents vii, 25 Economic decline and public intervention do special economic. zones matter 495,Peter Friedrich and Chang Woon Nam. Contributors, Maria Abreu is Research Associate at the Centre for Business Research University of.
Cambridge UK and Fellow of the Programme on Regional Innovation Cambridge MIT. Institute UK, T Taylor Aldridge is the Chief of Staff and a Research Fellow in the Entrepreneurship. Growth and Public Policy division at the Max Planck Institute of Economics Jena. Germany and a PhD student at the University of Augsburg Germany. David B Audretsch is the Director of the Entrepreneurship Growth and Public Policy. division at the Max Planck Institute of Economics Jena Germany a Scholar in. Residence at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and the Ameritech Chair of. Economic Development at Indiana University Bloomington USA. Amitrajeet A Batabyal is Arthur J Gosnell Professor of Economics at the Rochester. Institute of Technology USA, Johannes Br cker is Professor of International and Regional Economics at the University. of Kiel Germany, Ken J Button is University Professor and Director of the Center for Transportation. Policy Operations and Logistics at George Mason University USA. Roberto Camagni is Professor of Urban Economics at the Politecnico di Milano Italy. and Past President of the European Regional Science Association. Roberta Capello is Professor of Regional Economics at the Politecnico di Milano Italy. and President of the Regional Science Association International. Jeffrey P Cohen is Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Hartford and. is President of the Transportation and Public Utilities Group TPUG of the Allied Social. Sciences Association ASSA, Henri L F de Groot is Associate Professor at the Department of Spatial Economics at the. VU University Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Daria Denti is Researcher and Consultant at ASTER SCPA the Consortium for indus.
trial research technological transfer and innovation of Emilia Romagna and a PhD. awarded by the European University Institute Italy. Kieran P Donaghy is Professor of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University USA. Cem Ertur is Professor in Econometrics at the University of Orl ans and researcher at the. Laboratory of Economics of Orl ans France, Roberto Ezcurra is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Universidad P blica de. Navarra Spain, Alessandra Faggian is Reader in Economic Geography in the School of Geography. University of Southampton UK,x Contributors, Manfred M Fischer is Professor of Economic Geography and Dean for the Social. Sciences at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Austria and BA and. Fellow of the Regional Science Association International. Henk Folmer is Professor of Research Methodology and Spatial Econometrics at the. University of Groningen and Professor of General Economics at Wageningen University. the Netherlands, Peter Friedrich is Extraordinary Professor of Public Economics University of Tartu. Faculty of Economics and Business Administration Tartu Estonia. B rje Johansson is Professor of Economics at J nk ping International Business School. JIBS director of the Centre of Excellence for Science and Innovation Studies CESIS. at the Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm Sweden and Past President of the. European Regional Science Association, Charlie Karlsson is Professor of the Economics of Technological Change and Director.
of the Centre for Innovation Systems Entrepreneurship and Growth J nk ping. International Business School J nk ping University Sweden and Guest Professor of. Economics University West Trollha ttan Sweden, T R Lakshmanan is Professor and Director Center for Transportation Studies at Boston. University USA, Julie Le Gallo is Professor of Economics and Econometrics at the Universit de Franche. Comt France, Gunther Maier is Associate Professor in Regional Development at Vienna University of. Economics and Business Vienna Austria and leads the Research Institute for Spatial. and Real Estate Economics at this university, Philip McCann is Professor of Economics University of Waikato New Zealand and. Professor of Urban and Regional Economics University of Reading UK. G Alfredo Minerva is Assistant Professor in Economics at the University of Bologna. Ryohei Nakamura is Professor of Urban and Regional Economics Policy at Okayama. University Japan, Chang Woon Nam is Senior Research Fellow at the Ifo Institute for Economic Research.
in Munich Germany, Peter Nijkamp is Professor in the Department of Spatial Economics at the VU University. Amsterdam the Netherlands, Jan Oosterhaven is Professor of Spatial Economics at the University of Groningen the. Netherlands and currently President of the International Input Output Association. Gianmarco I P Ottaviano is Professor of Economics at the University of Bologna Italy. Catherine J Morrison Paul is Professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource. Economics at the University of California Davis USA and member of the Giannini. Foundation,Contributors xi, Karen R Polenske is Professor of Regional Political Economy and Planning and current. Fellow of the International Input Output Association and of the Regional Science. Association International and Past President of the International Input Output. Association, Jacques Poot is Professor of Population Economics at the University of Waikato in New. Piet Rietveld is Professor of Transport Economics at the Faculty of Economics Vrije. Universiteit Amsterdam the Netherlands and Past President of NECTAR. Alistair Robson is a Research Fellow in the UQ Social Research Centre in the Institute of. Social Science Research at the University of Queensland Australia. Andr s Rodr guez Pose is Professor of Economic Geography at the London School of. Economics UK, Maria Savona is Associate Professor in Economics at the Faculty of Economics and.
Social Sciences University of Lille 1 France and Visiting Research Fellow at the. Cambridge MIT Institute University of Cambridge UK and at SPRU Science and. Technology Policy Research University of Sussex UK. Tung Kai Shyy is a Research Fellow in the UQ Social Research Centre in the Institute for. Social Science Research at the University of Queensland Australia. Martijn J Smit is a PhD student at the Department of Spatial Economics at the VU. University Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Robert J Stimson is Professor of Geographical Sciences and Director of the Urban and. Regional Analysis Program in the UQ Centre for Social Research in the Institute for. Social Science Research at the University of Queensland Australia He is also Convenor. of the Australian Research Council Research Network in Spatially Integrated Social. Science and is the immediate Past President of the Regional Science Association. International, Michaela Trippl is Researcher at Wirtschaftsuniversit t Wien Vienna Austria. Jouke van Dijk is Professor of Regional Labour Market Analysis at the Faculty of Spatial. Sciences of the University of Groningen the Netherlands and the Urban and Regional. Studies Institute and Editor in Chief of Papers in Regional Science. Frank van Oort is Professor in Urban Economics and Spatial Planning at Utrecht. University and the Netherlands Institute of Spatial Research in The Hague the. Netherlands,Introduction regional growth and development. theories in the twenty rst century recent theoretical. advances and future challenges,Roberta Capello and Peter Nijkamp. I 1 The resurgence of regional economics, Regional economics is back on the stage Regional development is not only an e ciency.
issue in economic policy it is also an equity issue due to the fact that economic develop. ment normally exhibits a signi cant degree of spatial variability Over the past decades. this empirical fact has prompted various strands of research literature in particular the. measurement of interregional disparity the causal explanation for the emergence or per. sistent presence of spatial variability in economic development and the impact assess. ment of policy measures aimed at coping with undesirable spatial inequity conditions. The study of socio economic processes and inequalities at meso and regional levels posi. tions regions at the core places of policy action and hence warrants intensive conceptual. and applied research e orts, For decades the unequal distribution of welfare among regions and or cities has been. a source of concern for both policy makers and researchers Regional development is. about the geography of welfare and its evolution It has played a central role in such dis. ciplines as economic geography regional economics regional science and economic. growth theory The concept is not static in nature but refers to complex space time. dynamics of regions or an interdependent set of regions Changing regional welfare. positions are often hard to measure and in practice we often use gross domestic product. GDP per capita or growth thereof as a statistical approximation see Stimson et al. 2006 Sometimes alternative or complementary measures are also used such as per capita. consumption poverty rates unemployment rates labour force participation rates or. access to public services These indicators are more social in nature and are often used in. United Nations welfare comparisons An example of a rather popular index in this frame. work is the Human Development Index which represents the welfare position of regions. or nations on a 0 1 scale using quanti able standardized social data such as employment. Piet Rietveldis Professor of Transport Economics at the Faculty of Economics Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam the Netherlands and Past President of NECTAR Alistair Robson is a Research Fellow in the UQ Social Research Centre in the Institute of Social Science Research at the University of Queensland Australia Andr s Rodr guez Poseis Professor of Economic Geography at the London School of

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