New directions in regional analysis

integrated and multi-regional approaches

L. Anselin, M. Madden

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Abstract

Presents a selection of current research in applied regional science, which places particular emphasis on illustrating the use of powerful model-based quantitative methodologies. A wide range of topics are unified by the theme of integration of spatial interaction, economic, econometric, and input-output models, and their use at different spatial scales. Following an introductory chapter there are three main sections: integration in urban, regional, and multi-regional models; interfacing input-output models with econometric and optimisation techniques; and the analysis of welfare aspects of government policies by means of integrated and multi-regional models. All papers are abstracted separately. -P.Hardiman

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationNew directions in regional analysis
Subtitle of host publicationintegrated and multi-regional approaches
PublisherBelhaven Press, Pinter
ISBN (Print)1852931361, 9781852931360
StatePublished - Jan 1 1990
Externally publishedYes

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  • Environmental Science(all)
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Anselin, L., & Madden, M. (1990). New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. In New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches Belhaven Press, Pinter.

New directions in regional analysis : integrated and multi-regional approaches. / Anselin, L.; Madden, M.

New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. Belhaven Press, Pinter, 1990.

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Anselin, L & Madden, M 1990, New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. in New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. Belhaven Press, Pinter.
Anselin L, Madden M. New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. In New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. Belhaven Press, Pinter. 1990
Anselin, L. ; Madden, M. / New directions in regional analysis : integrated and multi-regional approaches. New directions in regional analysis: integrated and multi-regional approaches. Belhaven Press, Pinter, 1990.
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