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The Rise and Fall of Urban EconomiesLessons from San Francisco and Los Angeles$
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Michael Storper, Thomas Kemeny, Naji Makarem, and Taner Osman

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780804789400

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804789400.001.0001

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Improving Analysis of Urban Regions

Improving Analysis of Urban Regions

Methods and Models

Chapter:
(p.228) 11 Improving Analysis of Urban Regions
Source:
The Rise and Fall of Urban Economies
Author(s):

Michael Storper

Thomas Kemeny

Naji Philip Makarem

Taner Osman

Publisher:
Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804789400.003.0011

The chapter assesses the contributions of regional science and urban economics, the new economic geography, and the institutional approaches found in economics, sociology, and political science to the analysis of urban economic development. The concept of development clubs should guide empirical identification of city-regions that are in different structural categories and their different constraints and opportunities. Each theory has additional empirical and methodological gaps that can be improved on. If this is done, then the field of comparative regional economic analysis will be able to offer more robust insights into economic development.

Keywords:   regional economic development, urban economics, economics of cities, development theory, regional science, institutions, methods of regional analysis

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