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Regional Growth, Convergence and Fiscal Transfers: The Case of Indian Federation Paperback – Aug by Kshamanidhi Adabar (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, Aug "Please retry" $ $Author: Kshamanidhi Adabar. Regional Policy, Economic Growth and Convergence: Lessons from the Spanish Case [Juan R. Cuadrado-Roura] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Many European, Latin American and Asian countries have experience with regional policies aiming to reduce regional disparities in GDP per capita and/or to develop problem regions helping to recover from its GDP : Juan R.

Cuadrado-Roura. The aim of this book is not only to analyze the regional policies practiced, their objectives, instruments and effects, but to provide an in-depth analysis on the impact of investments in infrastructure, human capital and other factors, as well as the advances accomplished in terms of productivity, convergence and regional competitiveness.

variables are incorporated into a model of regional income growth, based on neoclassical growth theory. The average speed of convergence of the regions to their individual steady state was rapid at 22 per cent. The terms of trade, the unemployment rate, the gross value.

F ratesi U. and P ercoco M. Selective migration, regional growth and convergence: evidence from Italy, Regional paper studies the link between regional disparities and migration flows, focusing on the skill content of migration. Disparities may lead to migration, which should reduce them; but at the same time if migration is skill-selective, it may have an opposite effect and.

REGIONAL ECONOMIC GROWTH AND CONVERGENCE, Some Empirical Evidence Georgios Karras* University of Illinois at Chicago March Abstract. regional integration, growth and convergence.

This note is structured as follows. Section 2 provides a very brief background on the theories of regional integration, growth and convergence and highlights the main hypotheses.

Section 3 describes the growth analytics used to understand the effects of regional integration. new research efforts inspired by endogenous growth theory. The convergence of regional disparities is clearly a complex phenomenon, as it refers to a variety of mechanisms through which differences in welfare between regions may vanish (see Armstrong, ).

In the modern convergence debate. Downloadable. This paper estimates the impact of public investment on regional economic growth and convergence at the NUTS III level in Greece. Using a new database of public expenditure per region for the periodit proposes a model which captures not just the impact of public investment in Greek prefectures, but also the spillover effects related to the existence of externalities.

18 Measuring regional endogenous growth Robert J. Stimson, Alistair Robson and Tung-Kai Shyy 19 Regional growth and convergence: heterogeneous reaction versus interaction in spatial econometric approaches Cem Ertur and Julie Le Gallo 20 CGE modeling in space: a survey Kieran P.

Donaghy 21 Modern regional input–output and impact. Regional economics – an established discipline for several decades – has undergone a period of rapid change in the last ten years resulting in the emergence of several new perspectives.

At the same time the methodology of regional economics has also experienced some surprising developments. This fully revised and updated Handbook brings together contributions looking at new pathways in.

The aim of this book is not only to analyze the regional policies practiced, their objectives, instruments and effects, but to provide an in-depth analysis on the impact of investments in infrastructure, human capital and other factors, as well as the advances accomplished in terms of productivity, convergence and regional competitiveness.

The. A large body of research on India’s rapid economic growth since also documents increasing regional disparities. In this paper, we use unsaturated night light data to challenge this dominant narrative of unequal growth.

For districts spanning a 15 year period (–), we find overwhelming evidence of absolute convergence. In Growth and Convergence in Metro. rapid regional growth can improve the welfare of both city and suburb, according to a new book from Janet Rothenberg Pack.

In Growth and Convergence in. Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe: Growth and Regional Development in an Enlarged European Union Published in Association with Oesterreichische Nationalbank, Austria Series: Editors: Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, Peter Mooslechner: Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects4/5(1).

Testing for convergence or divergence has recently become the kernel of the studies dealing with regional growth in Western Europe. The contradictory results of these analyses, however, still do not allow us to determine which is the dominant trend.

The aim is to present the most cutting-edge theories explaining regional growth and local development. The authors highlight the recent advances in theories, the normative potentialities of these theories and the cross-fertilization of ideas between regional and mainstream economists.

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After arguing that the concepts of -convergence and -convergence are independently interesting, this paper extends the empirical evidence on regional growth and convergence across the United States, Japan, and five European nations. We confirm that the estimated speeds of convergence are surprisingly similar across data sets: regions tend to converge at a speed of approximately two.

Downloadable. This study is a quantitative assessment of regional development performance in terms of economic growth and convergence (described simply as the minimization of disparities in regional income) during the period The study not only takes stock of how far the goals of regional development have been achieved but also reflects on how development strategies, particularly.

The objective of this research is to examine growth and convergence processes in the provinces of Ecuador, considering sectoral productivity as an analysis variable. To do so, evidence of the productivity of the agricultural, secondary and service sectors is presented, and by applying the non-parametric method of density functions of the kernel, the complete distribution of the data is analyzed.

The economic landscape of Asia has transformed in the past two decades. Regional economies are linked, and have achieved prosperity.

The region must now look to the future. This book explores issues in Asia's long-term development, identifying conditions for sustained growth and income convergence. While the suburbs of most metropolitan areas are wealthier than their urban counterparts, rapid regional growth can improve the welfare of both city and suburb, according to a new book from Janet Rothenberg Pack.

In Growth and Convergence in Metropolitan America, Pack identifies growth trends that have contributed to the convergence of welfare. Mei, L. and Chen, Z. () The Convergence Analysis of Regional Growth Differences in China: The Perspective of the Quality of Economic Growth*.

Journal of Service Science and Management, 9, doi: /jssm (). Slow Convergence. The New Endogenous Growth Theory and Regional Development. Economic Geography: Vol. 74, No. 3, pp. Get this from a library. Regional cohesion: evidence and theories of regional growth and convergence.

[Xavier Sala-i-Martin; Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)]. The study provides evidence for the club-convergence hypothesis in cross-regional growth dynamics from a pan-European perspective.

The conclusions are threefold. - Stephen L. Parente, The pursuit of economic growth is at the top of every nation's policy agenda at the end of the 20th century. This authoritative and comprehensive book goes beyond the narrowly-based convergence model of economic growth by considering global, national and regional patterns of growth from a comparative perspective.

Andrew Harvey is Professor of Econometrics at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Corpus Christi College. He has written three books, The Econometric Analysis of Time Series, Time Series Models and Forecasting, Structural Time Series Models and the Kalman has published around academic papers and is a co-author of the Structural Time Series Analyser, Modeller and Predictor.

The aim of this book is t only to analyze the regional policies practiced, their objectives, instruments and effects, but to provide an in-depth analysis on the impact of investments in infrastructure, human capital and other factors, as well as the advances accomplished in terms of productivity, convergence and regional competitiveness.

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Heterogeneous Growth and Regional (Di)Convergence in Bolivia: A Distribution Dynamics Approach A clear pattern of regional divergence for the period In contrast, the period points to a much more complex.

3. The Changing Pattern of Regional Convergence in Europe. Empirical Evidence from a Cross-Section and Panel Data Analysis. 4. Further Economic Theories in the Convergence-Divergence Debate --pt. II. Determinants of Regional Growth. 5. Investment and Growth. 6. Public Capital and Growth.

7. Technological Change, Knowledge Creation, and Growth.

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8.Researching the related factors which affect China’s economic growth and convergence is crucial to identify the developmental difference of different region, and has impor-tant significance to regional development balance in China.

On the discussion of Chi-na’s economic highspeed growth, Chow - et al. [1] and other scholars gradually reached.the promotion of convergence between EU regions, and in spite of the fact that Cohesion Policy aims at more than purely economic convergence, the reduction of regional disparities in the level of development has mainly been measured as the convergence of regional levels of GDP per head relative to the EU average.