(PDF) Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics | M.G. Quibria - ninciclopedia.orgMuch of the recent engagement between economists and geographers has been narrowly focused on certain theoretical aspects of the new geographical economics also referred to as New Economic Geography within economics. While these discussions have undoubtedly been important, they have arguably been based on an only partial representation of what economists interested in spatial issues really do. In this respect, the recent publication of the Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics vol 4 is potentially highly significant, presenting as it does a much broader representation of what economics has to say on spatial issues. We hope that the five reviews of this important book that follow—which include the perspective of a leading economic Most users should sign in with their email address.
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