The book aims to present atraditional featuresa of regional science (as geographical concepts and institutions), as well as relatively new topics such as innovation and agglomeration economies. In particular it demonstrates that, contrary to what has been argued by recent economics literature, both geography and institutions (or culture) are relevant for local development. In fact, these phenomena, along with the movement of goods and workers, are among the main reasons for persisting development differentials. These intriguing relationships are at the heart of the analysis presented in this book and form the conceptual basis for a promising institutional approach to economic geography.The results in this paper have been confidentialised to protect individual businesses from identification. See Mare I ... Available online at www.stats.govt.nz , Accessed 1 June 2011 Marshall A (1920) Principles of economics, 8th edn. Macmillananbsp;...
|Title||:||Geography, Institutions and Regional Economic Performance|
|Author||:||Riccardo Crescenzi, Marco Percoco|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-13|