by Ake E. AnderssonThis Proceedings volume consists of 30 selected papers by regional scientists from both East and West, in memory of the Swedish theorist Tord F. Palander. It testifies to the admirable progress that has been made in the development of static and comparative static analysis of spatial systems. The work pays close attention to dynamic analysis of spatial systems, an approach which hitherto has developed to a lesser degree. One of the directions probed is structural change. Several papers are concerned with conflict situations among different regions and interest groups with different sets of objectives, with conflicting actions taken by different participants in a market situation, etc. A number of papers in the book also address the important topics of nonlinearites, externalities, and agglomeration effects. Although the main emphasis is on the dynamics of spatial economic structure, the selection of papers represents a full state-of-the-art picture of regional science.
|Title||Regional and Industrial Development Theories, Models, and Empirical Evidence|
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|Author||Ake E. Andersson|
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