A Sequential Land Use/Transportation Model with Externalities: Linking the Dynamics of Regional Economic Growth and Urban Spatial Structure

  • Jong Gook Seo
  • James E. MooreII
  • Peter Gordon
Part of the Transportation Research, Economics and Policy book series (TRES)


One of the least satisfactory features of regional analysis is the gulf between the studies of regional economic change and the study of regional spatial structure. Recent regional economic analysis concerns empirical and theoretical developments in growth theory, econometric modelling, and input-output techniques; but are rarely concerned with spatial structure. Similarly, studies of spatial structure are generally undertaken in a static context seldom related to the process of regional economic change. We contend the sectoral composition of a region’s economy exerts an important influence on the spatial structure of the region.


Capita Income Income Elasticity Computable General Equilibrium Final Demand Computable General Equilibrium Model 
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  • Jong Gook Seo
  • James E. MooreII
  • Peter Gordon

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