Regional growth in Western Europe: an empirical exploration of interactions with agriculture and agricultural policy

Abstract

Much of the analysis of regional growth in Europe in recent years has concentrated on the concept of convergence, whether in the neo-classical model, or in alternative formulations. Empirical work has shifted from more confirmatory non-spatial estimation to the acknowledgement of the importance of spatial factors, including spillovers, and to exploratory… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bivand2002RegionalGI, title={Regional growth in Western Europe: an empirical exploration of interactions with agriculture and agricultural policy}, author={Roger Bivand and Rolf J. Brunstad}, year={2002} }