2014

Handbook of Regional Science

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ISBN: 978-3-642-23429-3 (Print) 978-3-642-23430-9 (Online)

Table of contents (83 entries)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-38

  2. Regional Housing and Labor Markets

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-2

    2. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 3-16

      Migration and Labor Market Opportunities

    3. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 17-33

      Spatial Equilibrium in Labor Markets

    4. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 35-57

      Labor Market Theory and Models

    5. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 59-73

      Job Search Theory

    6. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 75-91

      Commuting, Housing, and Labor Markets

    7. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 93-107

      Spatial Mismatch, Poverty, and Vulnerable Populations

    8. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 109-124

      Regional Employment and Unemployment

    9. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 125-145

      Real Estate, and Housing Markets

    10. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 147-165

      Housing Choice, Residential Mobility, and Hedonic Approaches

  3. Regional Economic Growth

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 167-168

    2. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 169-191

      Neoclassical Regional Growth Models

    3. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 193-211

      Endogenous Growth Theory and Regional Extensions

    4. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 213-236

      Incorporating Space in the Theory of Endogenous Growth: Contributions from the New Economic Geography

    5. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 237-258

      Computable Models of Static and Dynamic Spatial Oligopoly

    6. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 259-276

      Demand-Driven Theories and Models of Regional Growth

    7. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 277-289

      The Measurement of Regional Growth and Wellbeing

    8. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 291-315

      Regional Growth and Convergence Empirics

    9. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 317-329

      The Rise of Skills: Human Capital, the Creative Class, and Regional Development

    10. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 331-352

      Infrastructure and Regional Economic Growth

    11. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 353-371

      Spatial Policy for Growth and Equity

  4. Innovation and Regional Economic Development

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 373-374

    2. Reference Work Entry

      Pages 375-389

      The Geography of Innovation

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