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Economic Geography and Public Policy
Richard Baldwin, Rikard Forslid, Philippe Martin, Gianmarco Ottaviano, & Frederic Robert-Nicoud

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • FrontMatter, pg. i
  • CONTENTS, pg. vii
  • CHAPTER 1 Introduction, pg. 1
  • CHAPTER 2. The Core-Periphery Model, pg. 9
  • CHAPTER 3. The Footloose Capital Model, pg. 68
  • CHAPTER 4. The Footloose Entrepreneur Model, pg. 91
  • CHAPTER 5. Linear Models, pg. 110
  • CHAPTER 6. The Constructed Capital Model, pg. 137
  • CHAPTER 7. Global and Local Spillovers Models, pg. 155
  • CHAPTER 8. Vertical Linkages Models, pg. 190
  • CHAPTER 9. Policy and Economic Geography: What's New?, pg. 227
  • CHAPTER 10. A Typology of Welfare Effects: Regional Perspective, pg. 243
  • CHAPTER 11. Efficiency, Equity and Optimal Agglomeration, pg. 252
  • CHAPTER 12. Unilateral Trade Policy, pg. 277
  • CHAPTER 13. Reciprocal Trade Agreements, pg. 317
  • CHAPTER 14. Preferential Trade Agreements, pg. 330
  • CHAPTER 15. Agglomeration with Taxation and Public Goods, pg. 365
  • CHAPTER 16. Tax Competition and Agglomeration, pg. 391
  • CHAPTER 17. Infrastructure Policies and Economic Geography, pg. 425
  • CHAPTER 18. Political Economics of Regional Subsidies, pg. 448
  • CHAPTER 19. Concluding Remarks and Directions for Future Research, pg. 472
  • INDEX, pg. 481

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