2 edition of Urban economies and productivity found in the catalog.
Urban economies and productivity
by Micro-economic Analysis Division, Statistics Canada in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||by John R. Baldwin ... [et al.].|
|Series||Economic analysis research paper series -- no. 45|
|Contributions||Baldwin, John R., Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Anaylis Division., Statistics Canada. Analytical Studies Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
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Get this from a library. Urban economies and productivity. [John R Baldwin; Statistics Canada.; Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Anaylis Division.; Statistics Canada. Analytical Studies Branch.;] -- Uses data from the Annual Survey of Manufactures to examine how the productivity growth of manufacturing plants has been influenced by their proximity to cities.
Urban Economies and Productivity. June The book presents the outcomes of the research by the Institute of Development in Sopot financed. Localization and Urbanization Economies are two types of external economies of scale, or agglomeration al economies of scale result from an increase in the productivity of an entire industry, region, or economy due to factors outside of an individual company.
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The economics of cities is primarily the province of economists. Since Wilbur Thomson's Preface to Urban Economics urban economics has been recognized as a subfield of economics. Economic base theory, input–output analysis, location theory and other constructs as well as. Economies, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
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as telling us about the core determinants of urban productivity, and high wages in an area are usually interpreted as meaning that the area is unusu-ally productive. One of the facts that supports the existence of agglomeration economies is the strong relationship between density and high wages.
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The dark side is the focus of Florida's latest book, The New Urban Crisis. He explains that this incoming creative class tide has benefited some communities, but divided others, creating a. Agglomeration economies imply positive externalities, because bringing additional people or firms to an urban area increases the productivity of other individuals or firms in that area, but these gains are not captured by those deciding whether to move to that location.
Technological changes and improved electronic communications seem, paradoxically, to be making cities more, rather than less, important. There is a strong correlation between urbanization and economic development across countries, and within-country evidence suggests that productivity rises in dense agglomerations.
But urban economic advantages are Cited by: Get this from a library. Agglomeration economies and productivity in Indian industry. [Somik V Lall; Zmarak Shalizi; Uwe Deichmann; World Bank. Development Research Group. Environment and Infrastructure. Social Development Group.] -- The benefits to Indian manufacturing firms of locating in dense urban areas do not appear to offset the associated costs.
Downloadable. Do agglomerations stimulate productivity. An extensive literature on agglomeration economies, or urban increasing returns, has analyzed this question with aggregated spatial data. This paper estimates the relationship between agglomeration and productivity at the firm level using static and dynamic models.
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A city-centred strategy to lift urban productivity must reduce deficits of urban innovation and of infrastructure investment: the new limits to by: 2. This timely book explores the relationships between technological change, efficiency, productivity growth and performance.
Focusing on the interplay among industries in modern economies, the essays in this volume combine pure theory and empirical applications to provide an input–output analysis of productivity growth that is both broad and in-depth.
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