Agglomeration: A long-run panel data approach

  title={Agglomeration: A long-run panel data approach},
  author={W. W. Hanlon and Antonio Miscio},
  journal={Journal of Urban Economics},
  • W. W. Hanlon, Antonio Miscio
  • Published 2017
  • Economics
  • Journal of Urban Economics
  • This paper studies the sources of agglomeration economies in cities. We begin by incorporating within and cross-industry spillovers into a dynamic spatial equilibrium model in order to obtain a panel data estimating equation. This gives us a framework for measuring a rich set of agglomeration forces while controlling for a variety of potentially confounding effects. We apply this estimation strategy to detailed new data describing the industry composition of 31 English cities from 1851 to 1911… CONTINUE READING
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