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Hierarchically structured determinants and phase related patterns of economic resilience. An empirical case study for European regions

Linus Holtermann () and Christian Hundt ()
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Linus Holtermann: Geography Department, Urban and Regional Economics, Ruhr University Bochum
Christian Hundt: Johann Heinrich von Thuenen Institute, Thuenen Institute of Rural Studies

No 2018-02, Working Papers on Innovation and Space from Philipps University Marburg, Department of Geography

Abstract: Our paper seeks to provide empirical evidence for a spatial temporal system of (short term) regional resilience determinants. Based on groundwork from Martin (2012) and Martin and Sunley (2015), we employ a nested hierarchy of regional and national determinants to constitute the spatial dimension, while we model the temporal dimension through a resistance and a recovery phase. Utilising hierarchical panel data models for a sample of 22 European countries, we can confirm the presence of a spatial temporal system as we find significant determinants at both spatial levels that are connected via crosslevel interactions and reveal varying, if not opposing directions of influences across the sensitivity and recovery phase.

Keywords: resilience; shocks; resistance and recovery; regional development; regional and national determinants; economic crisis; europe (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C33 R11 R58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018-08
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