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Lost in space: population growth in the American hinterlands and small cities
The sources of urban agglomeration and the development of the urban system have been studied extensively. Despite the pivotal role of the hinterlands in theories of the development of the urbanExpand
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The Dispersion of US State Unemployment Rates: The Role of Market and Non-market Equilibrium Factors
PARTRIDGE M. D. and RICKMAN D. S. (1997) The dispersion of US state unemployment rates: the role of market and nonmarket equilibrium factors, Reg. Studies 31, 593‐607. European nations, particularlyExpand
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Regional Computable General Equilibrium Modeling: A Survey and Critical Appraisal
Regional computable general equilibrium (CGE) models have grown in popularity in recent years as an alternative method to examine regional economies and regional policy issues. However, theExpand
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The Geographic Diversity of U.S. Nonmetropolitan Growth Dynamics: A Geographically Weighted Regression Approach
Spatial heterogeneity is introduced as an explanation for local-area growth mechanisms, especially employment growth. As these effects are difficult to detect using conventional regressionExpand
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Modern Macroeconomics and Regional Economic Modeling
ABSTRACT Despite a history of regional economic models being patterned after their national counterparts, modern macroeconomic methodology has yet to be fully embraced by regional scientists. In thisExpand
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Regional Economic Impacts of the Shale Gas and Tight Oil Boom: A Synthetic Control Analysis
The dramatic increase in oil and gas production from shale formations has led to an intense interest in its impact on local area economies. Exploration, drilling and extraction are associated withExpand
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Dwindling U.S. internal migration: Evidence of spatial equilibrium or structural shifts in local labor markets?
This paper examines whether the significant downward shift in U.S. gross migration rates after 2000 is indicative of the economy nearing a stationary spatial equilibrium characterized by relativelyExpand
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Computable General Equilibrium (CGE) Modelling for Regional Economic Development Analysis
Partridge M. D. and Rickman D. S. Computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelling for regional economic development analysis, Regional Studies. Despite their long-standing use in economic policyExpand
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Distance from Urban Agglomeration Economies and Rural Poverty
Despite strong national economic growth and significant poverty reduction during the late 1990s, high poverty persisted in remote rural areas. This study uses a geographical information system countyExpand
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Do New Economic Geography agglomeration shadows underlie current population dynamics across the urban hierarchy
The New Economic Geography (NEG) was motivated by the desire to formally explain the emergence of the American urban system. Although the NEG has proven useful in this regard, few empirical studiesExpand
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