Gunther Maier

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— Future Internet packet switches and routers will have to overcome intrinsic limitations of current electronic switching fabrics, related to the extremely high amount and density of the information to be internally processed, and the consequent very large number of interconnections, and very high power consumption and dissipation. Motivated by this(More)
High housing prices have caused concerns among policy makers as well as the public in many U.S. regions. There is a general belief that unaffordable housing could drive businesses away and thus impede job growth. However, there has been little empirical evidence that supports this view. In this paper, we clarify how housing affordability is linked to(More)
This paper presents an empirical analysis about the position new economic geography plays in economics. In a theoretical review we discuss recent developments in economics, like new trade theory, endogenous growth theory, and new economic geography and analyze their implications for spatial structure. The paper presents the basic components of these(More)
  • S U R L E D E V E L O P P E M E N T I N T E R N A T I O N, Shanaka Herath, Johanna Choumert, Gunther Maier
  • 2014
La série des Etudes et Documents du CERDI est consultable sur le site : Avertissement : Les commentaires et analyses développés n'engagent que leurs auteurs qui restent seuls responsables des erreurs et insuffisances. Abstract This paper employs the hedonic price method (HPM) to examine whether the implicit value of the greenbelt is capitalized into(More)
This paper discusses the impact of externalities on economic growth and the long term distribution of economic activities in a system of two regions. We use a standard neoclassical growth model of the Solow-type and augment it with a random process of innovation allocation. The long term behavior of this model is analyzed. As it turns out the dynamic(More)
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