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Regional Science and Urban Economics

1975 - 2019

Continuation of Regional and Urban Economics.

Current editor(s): D.P McMillen and Y. Zenou

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Volume 22, issue 4, 1992

Market power of large cities and policy differences in metropolitan areas pp. 539-558 Downloads
William Hoyt
Indivisibility and preference for collective provision pp. 559-577 Downloads
John Edwards
Optimal fiscal zoning when the local government is a discriminating monopolist pp. 579-596 Downloads
Thomas Miceli
Accounting for differences in aggregate state productivity pp. 597-617 Downloads
Gerald Carlino and Richard Voith
On the determination of regional base and regional base multipliers pp. 619-635 Downloads
Scott Brown, N. Edward Coulson and Robert Engle
Launhardt on Von Thunen's rings: A note pp. 637-641 Downloads
Yeung-Nan Shieh

Volume 22, issue 3, 1992

Space and applied econometrics: Introduction pp. 307-316 Downloads
Luc Anselin
Spatial autocorrelation: A new computationally simple test with an application to per capita county police expenditures pp. 317-331 Downloads
Harry H. Kelejian and Dennis P. Robinson
Localized autocorrelation diagnostic statistic (LADS) for spatial models: Conceptualization, utilization, and computation pp. 333-346 Downloads
Clifford Nass and David Garfinkle
A spatially adjusted N-way ANOVA model pp. 347-369 Downloads
Daniel A. Griffith
Spatial autoregressive error components in travel flow models pp. 371-385 Downloads
Denis Bolduc, Richard Laferriere and Gino Santarossa
Experiments with central-limit properties of spatial samples from locally covariant random fields pp. 387-403 Downloads
Thomas H. Barringer and Tony E. Smith
Specification and estimation of spatial linear regression models: Monte Carlo evaluation of pre-test estimators pp. 405-432 Downloads
Raymond Florax and Henk Folmer
Spatial autocorrelation and neighborhood quality pp. 433-452 Downloads
Robin A. Dubin
Specification and estimation of hedonic housing price models pp. 453-474 Downloads
Ayse Can
Calculating fiscal impacts where spatial effects are present pp. 475-490 Downloads
Eric J. Heikkila and Chrisoula Kantiotou
Neighborhood influence and technological change pp. 491-508 Downloads
Anne Case
Spatial econometrics in practice: A review of software options pp. 509-536 Downloads
Luc Anselin and Sheri Hudak

Volume 22, issue 2, 1992

The duration of unemployment on the Dutch labour market: A proportional hazard model pp. 151-174 Downloads
Cees Gorter, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld
Duopoly with spatial and quantity- dependent price discrimination pp. 175-185 Downloads
Jonathan Hamilton and Jacques Thisse
Bilateral monopoly and industrial location: A cooperative outcome pp. 187-195 Downloads
Doris Cheng and Yeung-Nan Shieh
The effect of government taxation policies on spatial monopoly pp. 197-211 Downloads
Shin-Kun Peng
A regional comparison of the impact of changes in input prices on input demand for U.S. manufacturing pp. 213-228 Downloads
Gasper A. Garofalo and Devinder M. Malhotra
The contribution of publicly provided inputs to states' economies pp. 229-241 Downloads
Teresa Garcia-Mila and Therese J. McGuire
On the birth and growth of cities:: Laissez-faire and planning compared pp. 243-258 Downloads
Alex Anas
Factor taxes and evasion in general equilibrium pp. 259-283 Downloads
Philippe Thalmann
A comparative study of 'multi-product' vs. 'single-product' household interactive variable input-output models pp. 285-290 Downloads
Chong K. Liew and Chung J. Liew
A note on a Lagrangian derivation of a general multi-propotional scaling algorithm pp. 291-297 Downloads
Sam Cole
Comments on 'heterogeneity of labor market and city size in an open spatial economy' by S. Kim pp. 299-301 Downloads
Hesham Abdel-Rahman
Reply to the remarks by H.M. Abdel-Rahman pp. 303-304 Downloads
Sunwoong Kim

Volume 22, issue 1, 1992

Introduction pp. 1-3 Downloads
Kenneth Small
The effectiveness of ridesharing incentives: Discrete-choice models of commuting in Southern California pp. 5-24 Downloads
David Brownstone and Thomas F. Golob
Consolidations of scale and scope in urban transit pp. 25-49 Downloads
Philip A. Viton
A modelling framework for the empirical analysis of predatory behaviour in the bus services industry pp. 51-70 Downloads
J. S. Dodgson, C. R. Newton and Yannis Katsoulacos
Route choice with heterogeneous drivers and group-specific congestion costs pp. 71-102 Downloads
Richard Arnott, André de Palma and Charles Lindsey
Peak shifting and cost-benefit miscalculations pp. 103-121 Downloads
J. Vernon Henderson
Parking fees and congestion pp. 123-132 Downloads
Amihai Glazer and Esko Niskanen
Estimating the travel and parking demand effects of employer-paid parking pp. 133-145 Downloads
Richard W. Wilson

Volume 21, issue 4, 1991

Economists' prejudices: Why the Mankiw-Weil story is not credible pp. 531-537 Downloads
Susan E. Woodward
House prices and demographic change: Canadian evidence pp. 539-546 Downloads
Gary V. Engelhardt and James Poterba
The baby boom, the baby bust, and the housing market A second look pp. 547-552 Downloads
Bruce W. Hamilton
Are real house prices likely to decline by 47 percent? pp. 553-563 Downloads
Patric Hendershott
The baby boom and the housing market: Another look at the evidence pp. 565-571 Downloads
A. Steven Holland
The baby boom, the baby bust, and the housing market A reply to our critics pp. 573-579 Downloads
N. Gregory Mankiw and David Weil
Secondary products and the measurement of productivity growth pp. 581-615 Downloads
Thijs ten Raa and Edward Wolff
The locations of congestible facilities in adjacent jurisdictions pp. 617-626 Downloads
Ralph M. Braid
A note on interregional versus intraregional inequality pp. 627-637 Downloads
Piet Rietveld
Comments on: 'On the foundations of land use theory: Discrete versus continuous populations' by Y. Asami, M. Fujita and T.E. Smith pp. 639-645 Downloads
Marcus Berliant
Reply to comments by Berliant pp. 647-648 Downloads
Yasushi Asami, Masahisa Fujita and T. E. Smith
Spatial structures: Martin J. Beckmann and Tonu Puu, (Springer-Verlag Berlin, 1990) pp. x+139 pp. 649-653 Downloads
Yasushi Asami
Equalization grants and local expenditure needs: Glen Bramley, (Aldershot, Avebury, 1990) pp. xv+296 pp. 653-657 Downloads
Richard R. Barnett
Local fiscal issues in the Philadelphia metropolitan area: Thomas Luce and Anita Summers, (University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA, 1987) and William Stull and Janice Madden, Post-Industrial Philadelphia: Structural Changes in the Metropolitan Economy (University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA, 1990) pp. 657-664 Downloads
John McDonald

Volume 21, issue 3, 1991

Theoretical issues in local public economics: An overview pp. 317-331 Downloads
David Wildasin and John Wilson
Tax competition with two tax instruments pp. 333-350 Downloads
Sam Bucovetsky and John Wilson
Competitive jurisdictions, congestion, and the Henry George Theorem: When should property be taxed instead of land? pp. 351-370 Downloads
William Hoyt
Debt in a model of tax competition pp. 371-392 Downloads
Richard Jensen and Eugenia Toma
Some rudimetary 'duopolity' theory pp. 393-421 Downloads
David Wildasin
Tax competition with interregional differences in factor endowments pp. 423-451 Downloads
John Wilson
Voting with capitalization pp. 453-467 Downloads
Jan Brueckner and Man-Soo Joo
Tiebout without politics pp. 469-489 Downloads
David Pines
Urban diversity and fiscal decentralization pp. 491-509 Downloads
J. Vernon Henderson and Hesham Abdel-Rahman
Redistributive state aid to local communities pp. 511-528 Downloads
Charles de Bartolome

Volume 21, issue 2, 1991

Causes and consequences of the changing urban form: Introduction pp. 157-162 Downloads
Helen Ladd and William Wheaton
Subcenters in the Los Angeles region pp. 163-182 Downloads
Genevieve Giuliano and Kenneth Small
Analyzing urban decentralization: The case of Houston pp. 183-199 Downloads
Peter Mieszkowski and Barton Smith
Spatial transformation in cities of the developing world: Multinucleation and land-capital substitution in Bogota, Colombia pp. 201-224 Downloads
David E. Dowall and P. Alan Treffeisen
Firm location and land use in discrete urban space: A study of the spatial structure of Dallas-Fort worth pp. 225-253 Downloads
Vibhooti Shukla and Paul Waddell
Urban subcenter formation pp. 255-275 Downloads
Robert Helsley and Arthur M. Sullivan
Labor market access and labor market outcomes for urban youth pp. 277-293 Downloads
Katherine M. O'Regan and John Quigley
The role of space in determining the occupations of black and white workers pp. 295-315 Downloads
Keith Ihlanfeldt and David Sjoquist

Volume 21, issue 1, 1991

Fiscal policy with multilevel governments pp. 1-30 Downloads
Uri M. Possen and Steven M. Slutsky
The effects of the social choice rule on local fiscal variables: A general equilibrium approach pp. 31-54 Downloads
J. M. Pogodzinski and David Sjoquist
A simultaneous equations model of zoning and land values pp. 55-72 Downloads
Daniel McMillen and John McDonald
On the core of a land trading game pp. 73-88 Downloads
Karl Dunz
Average revenue regulation and regional price structure pp. 89-108 Downloads
Ian Bradley and Catherine Price
Heterogeneity of labor markets and city size in an open spatial economy pp. 109-126 Downloads
Sunwoong Kim
Spatial discrimination, Bertrand vs. Cournot: Comment pp. 127-134 Downloads
M. L. Greenhut, C. S. Lee and Yusuf Mansur
Remarks on Y. Asami and A. Teraki: 'On sequential negotiation procedures: Optimal negotiation orders and land prices' pp. 135-138 Downloads
Hans Wiesmeth
Reply to the comments by Hans Wiesmeth pp. 139-141 Downloads
Yasushi Asami and Akihiro Teraki
Handbook of regional and urban economics: Peter Nijkamp, ed., Volume 1: Regional Economics (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1986) pp. xxii+702, ISBN 0-444-87969-2 pp. 143-156 Downloads
Luc Anselin
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