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Papers in Regional Science

1955 - 2022

Continuation of Papers in Regional Science.

Current editor(s): Jouke van Dijk

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Volume 101, month 10, 2022

Better together: Untapped potentials in Central Europe pp. 1051-1085 Downloads
Andrea Caragliu
The impact of preemptive investment on natural disasters pp. 1087-1103 Downloads
Jhorland Ayala‐García and Sandy Dall'Erba
Direct and indirect effects of universities on European regional productivity pp. 1105-1133 Downloads
Emanuela Marrocu, Raffaele Paci and Stefano Usai
Do agglomeration economies affect firms’ returns to training? Evidence based on French industrial firms pp. 1135-1156 Downloads
Yoann Morin and Lionel Védrine
A matter of life and death? Knowledge intensity of FDI activities and domestic enterprise pp. 1157-1179 Downloads
Piers Thompson and Wenyu Zang
An amenity‐based approach to excellent returning scientists' location choice in China pp. 1181-1197 Downloads
Jinliao He, Yanjiao Song, Xianjin Huang and Jingxia Lin
Locating a facility to simultaneously address access and coverage goals pp. 1199-1217 Downloads
Jiwon Baik and Alan T. Murray
A new proposal to model regional input–output structures using location quotients. An application to Korean and Spanish regions pp. 1219-1237 Downloads
José Daniel Buendía Azorín, Rubén Martínez Alpañez and Maria del Mar Sánchez de la Vega
The work of the future. Building better jobs in an age of intelligent machines. David Autor, David Mindell and Elisabeth Reynolds. The MIT Press, 2021. 178 pages, 29.95 US $ ISBN: 9780262046367 pp. 1239-1240 Downloads
Camilla Lenzi
Industry 4.0 and regional transformations, By Lisa De Propris and David Bailey, Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2020, 257 pp. ISBN: 978‐ 0‐ 367‐17841‐3 (hbk) ‐ ISBN: 978‐0‐429‐05798‐4 (ebk) pp. 1241-1242 Downloads
Roberto Antonietti

Volume 101, month 08, 2022

The role of regions in global value chains: an analysis for the European Union pp. 771-794 Downloads
Lucía Bolea, Rosa Duarte, Geoffrey Hewings, Sofía Jiménez and Julio Sánchez‐Chóliz
Proposition for an additional input output multiplier metric to access the value contribution of regional cluster industries pp. 795-809 Downloads
Oluwafisayo Alabi, Karen Turner, Julia Race and Antonios Katris
Regional economic effects of the Ring Road project in the Greater Tokyo Area: A spatial CGE approach pp. 811-837 Downloads
Tomoki Ishikura and Fuga Yokoyama
Manufacturing location patterns in Brazil pp. 839-873 Downloads
Edilberto Tiago de Almeida, Raul da Mota Silveira Neto and Roberta de Moraes Rocha
Mapping regional strengths in a key enabling technology: The distribution of Internet of Things competences across European regions pp. 875-900 Downloads
Margherita Russo, Annalisa Caloffi, Ana Colovic, Pasquale Pavone, Saverio Romeo and Federica Rossi
Internal migration and earnings: Do migrant entrepreneurs and migrant employees differ? pp. 901-944 Downloads
Bach Nguyen
The beaten paths effect on patient inter‐regional mobility: An application to the Italian NHS pp. 945-977 Downloads
Paolo Berta, Gianmaria Martini, Daniele Spinelli and Giorgio Vittadini
World City Innovation and Service Networks and Economic Growth pp. 979-999 Downloads
Rene Belderbos, Florence Benoit and Ben Derudder
Impacts of the political incentive for environmental protection on industrial land supply: Evidence from the cadre evaluation system reform in China pp. 1001-1025 Downloads
Fugang Gao, Huub Ploegmakers, Erwin van der Krabben and Xiaoping Shi
Master development, land appreciation, and government finance: Evidence from the Disney project in Shanghai pp. 1027-1046 Downloads
Xiaotong Li, Ying Li, Jinlan Ni and Jia Yuan
The regional economics of technological transformations: Industry 4.0 and servitisation in European regions, By Roberta Capello and Camilla Lenzi, Routledge, London. 2021. 326 pp. ISBN 978–0–36‐767,824‐1, DOI: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003132998 pp. 1047-1048 Downloads
Lisa De Propris

Volume 101, month 06, 2022

Can regional policies shape migration flows? pp. 515-536 Downloads
Augusto Cerqua, Guido Pellegrini and Ornella Tarola
Spatial heterogeneities, institutions, and income: Evidence for Brazil pp. 537-571 Downloads
William Y. N. Suzuki, Márcio Laurini and Luciano Nakabashi
Skill‐Relatedness and Regional Economic Development in Spain during the International Crisis and the Post‐Crisis Period pp. 573-602 Downloads
Simón Sánchez‐Moral, Mário Vale and F. Alfonso Arellano
Measuring the efficiency of materials management based on data envelopment analysis approach: the case of Polish regions pp. 603-618 Downloads
Aneta Masternak‐Janus
Information communication technology and manufacturing decentralisation in China pp. 619-637 Downloads
Tinglin Zhang, Bindong Sun, Wan Li and Huimin Zhou
The Mediating Role of Urbanization on the Composition of Happiness pp. 639-657 Downloads
Cristina Bernini and Alessandro Tampieri
Shooting down the price: Evidence from Mafia homicides and housing prices pp. 659-683 Downloads
Michele Battisti, Giovanni Bernardo, Andrea Lavezzi and Giuseppe Maggio
Spatial dependence in the technical efficiency of local banks pp. 685-716 Downloads
Carmelo Algeri, Luc Anselin, Antonio Fabio Forgione and Carlo Migliardo
Political competition, spatial interactions, and default risk of local government debts in China pp. 717-743 Downloads
Cong Yu, Linke Hou, Yuxia Lyu and Qi Zhang
Travel mode choice as a representation of travel utility: A multilevel approach reflecting the hierarchical structure of trip, individual, and neighborhood characteristics pp. 745-765 Downloads
Jindo Jeong, Jiwon Lee and Tae‐Hyoung Tommy Gim
A Behavioural Theory of Economic Development: The Uneven Evolution of Cities and Regions, By Robert Huggins and Piers Thompson, Oxford University Press, 2021, £75/$100 hb. 336 pp. ISBN: 978‐0‐19‐883234‐8 pp. 767-768 Downloads
Martijn Smit

Volume 101, month 04, 2022

Cultural cities, urban economic growth, and regional development: The role of creativity and cosmopolitan identity pp. 285-302 Downloads
Silvia Cerisola and Elisa Panzera
The local‐level impact of human capital investment within the EU cohesion policy in Poland pp. 303-325 Downloads
Wanda Biedka, Mikołaj Herbst, Jakub Rok and Piotr Wójcik
The relation between the index of economic freedom and good governance with efficiency of the European Structural Funds pp. 327-349 Downloads
Juan Cándido Gómez‐Gallego, María del Rocío Moreno‐Enguix and María Gómez‐Gallego
The role of geographic and cognitive proximity in knowledge networks: The case of joint R&D projects pp. 351-372 Downloads
Viktor Květoň, Josef Novotný, Jiří Blažek and David Marek
The social profitability of rural roads in a small open economy: Do urban agglomeration economies matter? pp. 373-397 Downloads
Clive Bell
Urbanization and COVID‐19 incidence: A cross‐country investigation pp. 399-415 Downloads
Rafael González‐Val and Fernando Sanz‐Gracia
Border cities: Out of the shadow pp. 417-438 Downloads
Christophe Sohn, Julien Licheron and Evert Meijers
The mutual specialization of port and urban functions: The case of France pp. 439-460 Downloads
Mounir Amdaoud, César Ducruet and Marc‐Antoine Faure
The hukou system and selective internal migration in China pp. 461-482 Downloads
Jiantao Zhou and Eddie Chi‐Man Hui
Quantifying walking capability: a novel aggregated index based on spatial perspective and analyses pp. 483-503 Downloads
Hamid Motieyan, Farnaz Kaviari and Nikrouz Mostofi
Introduction to Urban Science: Evidence and Theory of Cities as Complex Systems. By Luís M. A. Bettencourt. The MIT Press, 2021, 468 pages + xxii, ISBN 9780262046008, DOI: https://doi.org/10.7551/mitpress/13909.001.0001 pp. 505-508 Downloads
Michael Batty
Just housing. The moral foundations of American housing policy By Casey J. Dawkins The MIT Press, 2021, Paperback, $40.00 X. 336 pp., ISBN: 9780262543071 pp. 509-511 Downloads
Edwin Buitelaar

Volume 101, month 02, 2022

Does a local knowledge base in Industry 3.0 foster diversification in Industry 4.0 technologies? Evidence from European regions pp. 5-35 Downloads
Matteo Laffi and Ron Boschma
The role of inventors’ networks and variety for breakthrough inventions pp. 37-57 Downloads
Niccolò Innocenti, Francesco Capone, Luciana Lazzeretti and Sergio Petralia
New evidence on measuring the geographical concentration of economic activities pp. 59-79 Downloads
Domenica Panzera, Alfredo Cartone and Paolo Postiglione
Price effects of spatial competition in retail fuel markets: the impact of a new rival nearby pp. 81-105 Downloads
Leonardo Cardoso, Carlos Frederico A. Uchôa, Williams Huamani, David Just and Raúl V. Gomez
Worker and firm heterogeneity, agglomeration, and wages in Brazil pp. 107-133 Downloads
Diana Silva and Carlos Azzoni
Willingness for different job mobility types and wage expectations: An empirical analysis based on the online resumes pp. 135-161 Downloads
Lanfang Deng, Hongyi Li and Wei Shi
An exploratory analysis of the interactions between the determinants of migratory flows pp. 163-182 Downloads
Iuliana Mihai and Isabel Novo‐Corti
Does the high‐speed rail network improve economic growth? pp. 183-208 Downloads
Jun‐Teng Ma and Tie‐Ying Liu
An empirical Stock‐Flow Consistent regional model of Campania pp. 209-257 Downloads
Rosa Canelli, Riccardo Realfonzo and Francesco Zezza
A Moran eigenvector spatial filtering specification of entropy measures pp. 259-279 Downloads
Daniel A. Griffith, Yongwan Chun and Jan Hauke
The economic geography of cross‐border migration, Edited by Karima Kourtit, Bruce Newbold, Peter Nijkamp and Mark Partridge, Springer Nature, 2021, 573pp., 4 maps, 50 tables, 73 figures, Index, EUR 139.99, ISBN 978‐3‐030‐48291‐6, DOI: 10.1007/978‐3‐030‐48291‐6 pp. 281-282 Downloads
Naresh Kumar
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