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After defining regional science as social science with a sense of place, I examine alternative speculations about the meaning of a western sense of place, concluding that it is about a relationship with a unique landscape, one characterized by extremes in climate and geology, great distances...
Five different production functions for 50 states and the District of Columbia in the U.S. are estimated and compared based on the 1987 data from the Census of Manufacturers. The Cobb-Douglas function can be rejected. The CES yields a negative value of the elasticity of substitution (σ). In the...
This paper examines the commodity price equilibrium problem in a spatially extended market. The earlier continuous equilibrium modeling approach is extended by explicitly taking into account congestion effects. An optimization model with a flow-dependent transportation cost function is proposed...
This paper focuses on the different effects that trade policy have on distinctive regions within a country by modeling the subnational impact of the Free Trade Agreement between the U.S. and Canada using an applied general equilibrium model. This study incorporates interregional labor mobility...
The effects of structural change in all sectors of some regions in multiregional input-output systems are explored in this paper. For each region, the changes in direct inputs are decomposed into a matrix of intraregional changes and a matrix of interregional backward linkage changes. This...
Since the pioneering work of Wassilly Leontief, a remarkable amount of theoretical and empirical work has continuously supported Input-Output modelling. In particular, the peculiar structure of dynamic input-output (I-O) model have originated, in numerous fields ranging from mathematical...
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