The role of equilibrium and disequilibrium in modeling regional growth and decline: a critical reassessment
AbstractWhile unable to copy/paste the abstract, the paper argues that regional differentials in wages and rents are overwhelmingly of an equilibrium nature, with disequilibrium forces having little systematic influence
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Date of creation: 1993
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migration; regional growth and decline; amenities; disequilibrium; equilibrium; location;
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