|Statement||Eduardo Rodriguez-Oreggia and Joan Costa-I-Font.|
|Series||EUI working paper -- no.2002/19|
|Contributions||Costa-I-Font, Joan., Robert Schuman Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
regional inequality = the uneven distribution of income or other variables across different locations. Regional inequalities can occur at different scales: within a continent or a country. How do we measure them? With indicators (map % of literacy rates), see indicators for development. Public Policies, Regional Inequalities, and Growth Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Public Economics 73(1) March with 79 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Understanding regional variations is important given local and regional governments carry out around 40% of public spending and 60% of public investment in OECD countries. They play a key role in public procurement and providing jobs, education and social services. Faini, Giannini and Galli () show that the transport investment causes rising regional gaps in Italy, Glaeser () proposed that falling transport costs in the US can explain the decreasing.
regional investment climate—quality of local institutions, skilled labor availability, proximity to key markets, functioning capi-tal and land markets, security risks—still pose binding constraints. Public investment in infrastructure that reduces transport costs for both people and goods has often proved an effective strategy for Size: 70KB. Results confirm the hypothesis that regional inequalities can indeed be attributed to the regional distribution of public investment, where the observed pattern shows that public investment mainly. Why should we care about regional inequality? Our study focuses on the measurement of regional inequality, convergence and its determinants. Finally, we aim to provide a brief outlook on the potential consequences of regional inequality. In their book Spatial Inequality and Development, Kanbur and Venables (, by: Trade and the Effect of Public Investment on Regional Inequalities in Heterogeneously Integrated Areas Article in World Economy 28(6) - June with 31 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Regional Science and Urban Economics 20 () North-Holland PUBLIC INVESTMENT AND INTERREGIONAL OUTPUT-INCOME INEQUALITIES* Nobuhiro OKUNO and Tadashi MAGI Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan Received November Outside autarky, the value of final output produced in a region is not equal to income distributed to that by: Foreign Direct Investment and Regional Inequality in China Article in Review of Development Economics 13(4) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'. / Journal of Public Economics 73 () 85– 87 between workers and capital owners. The model displays, from a theoretical point2 of view, a policy trade . Petrakos, G., A. Rodriguez-Pose and A. Rovolis () ‘Growth, Integration and Regional Inequalities in Europe’, Research Papers in Environment and Spatial Analysis, 81, Department of Geography and Environment, London School of Economics, pp. 1– Google ScholarCited by: