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Volume 21, issue 4, 2021

On the economic geography of climate change pp. 487-491 Downloads
Giovanni Peri and Frédéric Robert-Nicoud
Local sectoral specialization in a warming world pp. 493-530 Downloads
Bruno Conte, Klaus Desmet, Dávid Krisztián Nagy and Esteban Rossi-Hansberg
The urbanising force of global warming: the role of climate change in the spatial distribution of population pp. 531-556 Downloads
David Castells-Quintana, Melanie Krause and Thomas K J McDermott
Hurricanes, flood risk and the economic adaptation of businesses pp. 557-591 Downloads
Agustín Indaco, Francesc Ortega and Süleyman Taṣpınar
Rainfall risk, fertility and development: evidence from farm settlements during the American demographic transition pp. 593-618 Downloads
Michael Grimm
Should they stay or should they go? Climate migrants and local conflicts pp. 619-651 Downloads
Valentina Bosetti, Cristina Cattaneo and Giovanni Peri

Volume 21, issue 3, 2021

Local economic conditions and the nature of new housing supply pp. 339-366 Downloads
Christian Hilber, Jan Rouwendal and Wouter Vermeulen
Housing supply elasticity and growth: evidence from Italian cities pp. 367-396 Downloads
Antonio Accetturo, Andrea Lamorgese, Sauro Mocetti and Dario Pellegrino
The congestion relief benefit of public transit: evidence from Rome pp. 397-431 Downloads
Martin W Adler, Federica Liberini, Antonio Russo and Jos N. van Ommeren
Analyzing industrial policy regimes within global production networks: the Ethiopian leather industry pp. 433-457 Downloads
Jan Grumiller
Specialization versus competition: an anatomy of increasing returns to scale pp. 461-486 Downloads
Alberto Bucci and Philip Ushchev

Volume 21, issue 2, 2021

Editorial: into a third decade pp. 165-168 Downloads
Neil M Coe, Simona Iammarino, William R Kerr, Eleonora Patacchini and Frédéric Robert-Nicoud
The impacts of refugee repatriation on receiving communities pp. 169-194 Downloads
Isabel Ruiz and Carlos Vargas-Silva
Human capital portability and international student migration pp. 195-229 Downloads
Andreu Arenas
Local labor markets and the persistence of population shocks: evidence from West Germany, 1939–1970 pp. 231-260 Downloads
Sebastian T Braun, Anica Kramer, Michael Kvasnicka and Philipp Meier
Immigrant diversity, integration and worker productivity: uncovering the mechanisms behind ‘diversity spillover’ effects pp. 261-285 Downloads
Maximilian Buchholz
Spillovers and strategic interaction in immigration policies pp. 287-315 Downloads
Joseph-Simon Görlach and Nicolas Motz
Brexit and the discursive construction of the corporation pp. 317-338 Downloads
Crispian Fuller

Volume 20, issue 6

The end of the great inversion: offshore national banks and the global financial crisis pp. 1263-1292 Downloads
Daniel Haberly and Dariusz Wójcik
Financialization, securitization and the decline of pubs in Britain pp. 1293-1311 Downloads
Liam Keenan
Competition, land prices and city size pp. 1313-1329 Downloads
Sergey Kichko
The effects of highway tolls on private business activity—results from a natural experiment pp. 1331-1357 Downloads
David B Audretsch, Dirk Dohse and João Pereira dos Santos
Border effects in European public procurement pp. 1359-1405 Downloads
Benedikt Herz and Xose-Luis Varela-Irimia
Planetary Mine. Territories of Extraction under Late Capitalism pp. 1407-1408 Downloads
Martín Arias-Loyola

Volume 20, issue 5

Tales of the city: what do agglomeration cases tell us about agglomeration in general? pp. 1117-1143 Downloads
Giulia Faggio, Olmo Silva and William C Strange
A multi-sector model of relatedness, growth and industry clustering pp. 1145-1163 Downloads
Steven Bond-Smith and Philip McCann
Multinational enterprises, industrial relatedness and employment in European regions pp. 1165-1205 Downloads
Nicola Cortinovis, Riccardo Crescenzi and Frank Oort
Clustering, growth and inequality in China pp. 1207-1239 Downloads
Di Guo, Kun Jiang, Chenggang Xu and Xiyi Yang
The Singaporean natural gas hub: reassembling global production networks and markets in Asia pp. 1241-1262 Downloads
Alexander Dodge

Volume 20, issue 1, 2020

Are clusters resilient? Evidence from Canadian textile industries pp. 1-36 Downloads
Kristian Behrens, Brahim Boualam and Julien Martin
Agglomeration economies in the formal and informal sectors: a Bayesian spatial approach‡ pp. 37-66 Downloads
Kiyoyasu Tanaka and Yoshihiro Hashiguchi
The dark side of agglomeration, sustained wealth and transposition of trading institutions—the case of Bordeaux in the 18th and 19th centuries pp. 67-91 Downloads
Albin Skog and Örjan Sölvell
Six decades after independence: the enduring influence of missionary activities on regional wealth inequalities in Ghana pp. 93-122 Downloads
Godfred O Boateng, Dozie Okoye, Jonathan Amoyaw and Isaac Luginaah
Moving to the hinterlands: agglomeration, search costs and urban to rural business migration pp. 123-153 Downloads
Anil Rupasingha and Alexander Marré
Fast track to growth? Railway access, population growth and local displacement in 19th century Switzerland pp. 155-195 Downloads
Konstantin Büchel and Stephan Kyburz
Valuation of ethnic diversity: heterogeneous effects in an integrated labor and housing market pp. 197-223 Downloads
Jessie Bakens and Thomas Graaff
Financial citizenship and nation-building in Malaysia: elites' and citizens' perspectives pp. 225-248 Downloads
Syahirah Abdul Rahman, Ismail Ertürk and Julie Froud
Trade costs, global value chains and economic development pp. 249-291 Downloads
Yuan Zi
Promoting regional growth and innovation: relatedness, revealed comparative advantage and the product space pp. 293-316 Downloads
Gloria Cicerone, Philip McCann and Viktor Venhorst
Erratum to: Dynamic agglomeration economies and learning by working in specialised regions pp. 317-317 Downloads
Jan Cornelius Peters

Volume 19, issue 6, 2019

Do universities generate spatial spillovers? Evidence from US counties between 1930 and 2010 pp. 1173-1210 Downloads
Alexandra Cermeño
Openness values and regional innovation: a set-analysis pp. 1211-1232 Downloads
Roel Rutten
Between spilling over and boiling down: network-mediated spillovers, local knowledge base and productivity in European regions pp. 1233-1260 Downloads
Nicola Cortinovis and Frank Oort
Local labor market size and qualification mismatch pp. 1261-1286 Downloads
Francesco Berlingieri
Growth and agglomeration in the heterogeneous space: a generalized AK approach pp. 1287-1318 Downloads
Raouf Boucekkine, Giorgio Fabbri, Salvatore Federico and Fausto Gozzi
Transforming Sudan: decolonization, economic development, and state formation pp. 1319-1320 Downloads
Zhe Yu Lee

Volume 19, issue 5, 2019

Pollution and city size: can cities be too small? pp. 995-1020 Downloads
Rainald Borck and Takatoshi Tabuchi
Measures, drivers and effects of green employment: evidence from US local labor markets, 2006–2014 pp. 1021-1048 Downloads
Francesco Vona, Giovanni Marin and Davide Consoli
Skill up: smart work, occupational mix and regional productivity pp. 1049-1075 Downloads
Mariachiara Barzotto and Lisa De Propris
Local discoveries and technological relatedness: the role of MNEs, imports and domestic capabilities pp. 1077-1098 Downloads
Alessia Lo Turco and Daniela Maggioni
The effects of diesel price on regional trade in the USA pp. 1099-1118 Downloads
Wojciech W Szewerniak, Yilan Xu and Sandy Dall’erba
National or political cake? The political economy of intergovernmental transfers in Nigeria pp. 1119-1142 Downloads
Jean-François Maystadt and Muhammad-Kabir Salihu
An evolutionary perspective on the British banking crisis pp. 1143-1167 Downloads
Neill Marshall, Stuart Dawley, Andy Pike, Jane Pollard and Mike Coombes
Global value chains and development: redefining the contours of 21st century capitalism pp. 1169-1170 Downloads
Ari Van Assche
The Elgar companion to innovation and knowledge creation pp. 1171-1172 Downloads
Giulio Buciuni

Volume 19, issue 4, 2019

Global production networks: mapping recent conceptual developments pp. 775-801 Downloads
Neil M Coe and Henry Wai-chung Yeung
The evolution of power in the global coffee value chain and production network pp. 803-828 Downloads
Janina Grabs and Stefano Ponte
Filtering strategic coupling: territorial intermediaries in oil and gas global production networks in Southeast Asia pp. 829-851 Downloads
Moritz Breul, Javier Revilla Diez and Maxensius Tri Sambodo
Creating strategic couplings in global production networks: regional institutions and lead firm investment in the Humber region, UK pp. 853-872 Downloads
Stuart Dawley, Danny MacKinnon and Robert Pollock
The influence of tariff regimes on global production networks (GPNs) pp. 873-895 Downloads
Louise Curran, Khalid Nadvi and Liam Campling
Business services and the financing of global production networks: the case of global law firms in Southeast Asia pp. 897-919 Downloads
James R Faulconbridge
Leveraging Nordic links: South African labour’s role in regulating labour standards in wine global production networks pp. 921-942 Downloads
Thomas Hastings
Global production networks, regional development trajectories and smallholder livelihoods in the Global South pp. 973-993 Downloads
Mark Vicol, Niels Fold, Bill Pritchard and Jeffrey Neilson

Volume 19, issue 3, 2019

The relevance of personality traits for urban economic growth: making space for psychological factors pp. 541-565 Downloads
Harry Garretsen, Janka I Stoker, Dimitrios Soudis, Ronald Martin and Jason Rentfrow
Failing role models and the formation of fear of entrepreneurial failure: a study of regional peer effects in German regions pp. 567-588 Downloads
Michael Wyrwich, Rolf Sternberg and Michael Stuetzer
The geography of family differences and intergenerational mobility pp. 589-618 Downloads
Ryan Gallagher, Robert Kaestner and Joseph Persky
Social capital and growth: causal evidence from Italian municipalities pp. 619-653 Downloads
Corrado Andini and Monica Andini
Neighborhood peer effects on youth crime: natural experimental evidence pp. 655-676 Downloads
Gabriel Pons Rotger and George Charles Galster
Does agglomeration discourage fertility? Evidence from the Japanese General Social Survey 2000–2010 pp. 677-704 Downloads
Keisuke Kondo
Political economy and financial regulation: a comparative analysis of the consumer default debt market in the United States of America and the European Union pp. 705-722 Downloads
Dawn Burton
Commute costs and labor supply: evidence from a satellite campus pp. 723-752 Downloads
Shihe Fu and V. Viard
Buzz and pipelines: the costs and benefits of local and nonlocal interaction pp. 753-773 Downloads
Christopher R Esposito and David L Rigby

Volume 19, issue 2, 2019

Regional inequality in Europe: evidence, theory and policy implications pp. 273-298 Downloads
Simona Iammarino, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and Michael Storper
The development push of refugees: evidence from Tanzania pp. 299-334 Downloads
Jean-François Maystadt and Gilles Duranton
The effect of infrastructure on worker mobility: evidence from high-speed rail expansion in Germany pp. 335-372 Downloads
Daniel Heuermann and Johannes Schmieder
Natural disasters and spatial heterogeneity in damages: the birth, life and death of manufacturing plants pp. 373-408 Downloads
Matthew Cole, Robert Elliott, Toshihiro Okubo and Eric Strobl
Spatial Imaginaries and Tech Cities: Place-branding East London’s digital economy pp. 409-432 Downloads
Max Nathan, Emma Vandore and Georgina Voss
The preservation of historic districts—is it worth it? pp. 433-464 Downloads
Sevrin Waights
Measuring the negative externalities of a private leisure activity: hooligans and pickpockets around the stadium pp. 465-504 Downloads
Daniel Montolio and Simón Planells-Struse
Migration and career attainment of power couples: the roles of city size and human capital composition pp. 505-534 Downloads
Curtis J Simon
Reframing Finance: new models of long-term investment management pp. 535-537 Downloads
Jenny McArthur
Work–life advantage: sustaining regional learning and innovation pp. 539-540 Downloads
Seán Ó Riain

Volume 19, issue 1, 2019

Functional specialisation in trade pp. 1-30 Downloads
Marcel Timmer, Sébastien Miroudot and Gaaitzen de Vries
Choose the Neighbor before the House: Agglomeration Externalities in a UK Science Park pp. 31-55 Downloads
Christian Helmers
House prices and accessibility: evidence from a quasi-experiment in transport infrastructure pp. 57-87 Downloads
Sander Hoogendoorn, Joost van Gemeren, Paul Verstraten and Kees Folmer
Unbundling curbside parking costs from housing prices pp. 89-119 Downloads
Ozan Bakis, Eren Inci and Rifat Senturk
The behavioural foundations of urban and regional development: culture, psychology and agency pp. 121-146 Downloads
Robert Huggins and Piers Thompson
Straining but not thriving: understanding network dynamics in underperforming industrial clusters pp. 147-172 Downloads
Elisa Giuliani, Pierre-Alexandre Balland and Andrés Matta
Global supply chains, firm scope and vertical integration: evidence from China pp. 173-198 Downloads
Philip Luck
The big-city bias in access to finance: evidence from firm perceptions in almost 100 countries pp. 199-224 Downloads
Neil Lee and Davide Luca
Urbanization and agricultural productivity: some lessons from European cities pp. 225-249 Downloads
Walid Oueslati, Julien Salanié and JunJie Wu
Agglomeration economies and firm-level labor misallocation pp. 251-272 Downloads
Lionel Fontagné and Gianluca Santoni
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