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Routledge Library Editions: Urban and Regional Economics




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29 August 2017
Regional government policies; Urban economics; Regional & area planning
Reissuing works originally published between 1952 and 1991, this collection presents a wide-ranging set of excellent texts across economics, geography, urban studies, planning, politics and industrial studies. Addressing problems and policy, development and demographics, these books together form a wealth of research and debate. Some volumes address specific areas such as industrialization, housing, property, city-systems, de-centralization, employment or rural resources. Other volumes present case studies in Australia, Britain, underdeveloped countries, South Africa and the USA while some are fully international in representation. Given the recent economic shifts around the world, this timely collection is an incredibly useful resource.
By:   Various
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 138mm, 
Weight:   454g
ISBN:   9781138095908
ISBN 10:   1138095907
Series:   Routledge Library Editions: Urban and Regional Economics
Pages:   6688
Publication Date:   29 August 2017
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Regional Economic Problems: Comparative Experiences of Some Market Economies A.J. Brown and E.M. Burrows Regional Dynamics: Studies in Adjustment Theory Gordon L. Clark, Meric S. Gertler, John E.M. Whiteman Regional Development: Problems and Policies in Eastern and Western Europe edited by George Demko Regional Development and Settlement Policy: Premises and Prospects David Dewar, Alison Todes and Vanessa Watson Industrialization in Developing and Peripheral Regions edited by F.E. Ian Hamilton Regional Industrial Analysis and Development Geoffrey J.D. Hewings Regional Economic Development: Essays in Honour of Francois Perroux edited by Benjamin Higgins and Donald J. Savoie Regional Demographic Development edited by John Hobcraft and Philip Rees Regional Economic Planning: Generation of Regional Input-output Analysis R.C. Jensen, T.D. Mandeville and N.D. Karunaratne Regional Impacts of Resource Developments edited by Christopher C. Kissling, Michael Taylor, Nigel Thrift and Colin Adrian Industry in Towns Gordon Logie Employment Location in Regional Economic Planning: A Case Study of the West Midlands Graham Lomas and Peter Wood Regional Policy in Britain Gavin McCrone Housing Policy in Britain and Europe Gavin McCrone and Mark Stephens Regional Restructuring Under Advanced Capitalism edited by Phil O'Keefe Spatial, Regional and Population Economics: Essays in Honor of Edgar M Hoover edited by Mark Perlman, Charles J Leven, Benjamin Chinitz Regional Economic Development and Policy: Theory and Practice in the European Community David Pinder City-systems in Advanced Economies: Past Growth, Present Processes and Future Development Options Allan Pred Deindustrialization and Regional Economic Transformation: The Experience of the United States edited by Lloyd Rodwin, Hidehiko Sazanami Industrial Change and Regional Economic Transformation: The Experience of Western Europe edited by Lloyd Rodwin, Hidehiko Sazanami The Shared Space: The Two Circuits of the Urban Economy in Underdeveloped Countries Milton Santos; [translated from the French and] adapted for publication in English by Chris Gerry The Economics of Real Property: An Analysis of Property Values and Patterns of Use Ralph Turvey Rural Enterprise: Shifting Perspectives on Small-scale Production edited by Sarah Whatmore, Philip Lowe, Terry Marsden Rural Resource Development: An Economic Approach M. C. Whitby and K. G. Willis

Reviews for Routledge Library Editions: Urban and Regional Economics

These classic studies of different aspect of spatial economics retain their value for the modern reader. The issues they deal with are as socially important as they ever were. These books tackle the issues with clarity and without unnecessary technicality that makes them models of accessible applied economic analysis. William Brown, Emeritus Professor, Faculty of Economics, Cambridge University, UK

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