Papers in Regional Science – Volume 89 Issue 1

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Edited by Jouke van Dijk

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Volume 89 Issue 1 Contents

Impact in Regional Science
Jouke van Dijk

Thirty years of spatial econometrics
Luc Anselin

The general urban model: Retrospect and prospect
Alan Wilson

Jobs or amenities? Destination choices of migrant engineers in the USA

Allen J. Scott

Coming undone: A spatial hazard analysis of urban form in American metropolitan areas
John I. Carruthers, Selma Lewis, Gerrit-Jan Knaap, Robert N. Renner

Per capita income convergence and internal migration in Spain: Are foreign-born migrants playing an important role?
María Hierro, Adolfo Maza

Spatial variations of Greek manufacturing employment growth: The effects of specialization and international trade
Georgios Fotopoulos, Dimitris Kallioras, George Petrakos

Market area of intermodal rail-road container terminals embedded in a hub-and-spoke network
Sabine Limbourg, Bart Jourquin

Marshallian theory of regional agglomeration
Michael Beenstock, Daniel Felsenstein

Agglomeration and growth: The effects of commuting costs
Antonio Accetturo

Heterogeneous transport costs and spatial sorting in a model of New Economic Geography
Corey Lang

Taxation, infrastructure and endogenous trade costs in new economic geography
Stefan Gruber, Luigi Marattin

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Regional Science Association International. It encourages high quality scholarship on a broad range of regional science topics. Coverage includes: innovation and spatial knowledge spillovers, spatial networks and clusters, regional labor markets, spatial econometrics, behavioral location models, transportation and migration, land use and urban development, spatial agglomeration and segregation, new economic geography, inter-industry analysis and trade, environment and natural resources, urban and regional development, geographical information systems and spatial data analysis.

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