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Interactions, spillovers de connaissance et croissance des économies modernes. Faut-il préférer la globalisation ou la proximité géographique ?

Catherine Baumont ()

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Abstract: Globalisation and metropolisation in modern economies induce some locational strategies of knowledge based activities towards cities and deeply increase trade and move of ideas across cities. In that context, we study the way knowledge spillovers have influenced the economic growth of 82 European Metropolises over the 1990-2005 period. We model knowledge spillovers across cities according to three specific interaction patterns depending either on geography or on global advanced services or thought a combination of these patterns. We show that the mixed pattern matters the best for economic growth of cities in Europe.

Keywords: modern economies; urban growth; metropolises; spatial interactions; urban climate C31; O4; R11; R12; croissance urbaine; métropoles; interactions spatiales; climat des affaires; économies modernes (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009-10
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