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  • Peter Mulder
  • Peter Nijkamp
  • Roger Stough

This special issue of Spatial Economic Analysis , on ‘Modelling Regional Dynamics’, contains an interesting set of novel contributions put together by guest co-editors Peter Mulder, Peter Nijkamp & Roger Stough, who have also summarized and commented on the papers below. The papers are as follows. First, Ugo Fratesi & Roberta Capello write about ‘Modelling Regional Growth: An Advanced MASST Model’. Next we have the contribution by Emmanouil Tranos entitled ‘The Causal Effect of the Internet Infrastructure on the Economic Development of European City Regions’. Then Marco Percoco considers ‘Entrepreneurship, Social Capital and Institutions: Evidence from Italy’; and Megha Mukim asks the question, ‘Does Agglomeration Boost Innovation? An Econometric Evaluation’. The final paper, by Aki Kangasharju, Christophe Tavera & Peter Nijkamp, is entitled ‘Regional Growth and Unemployment: The Validity of Okun's Law for the Finnish Regions’. RÉSUMÉ Ce numéro spécial de Spatial Economic Analysis sur la « Dynamique régionale de la modélisation » contient un ensemble intéressant de contributions nouvelles assemblées par les co-rédacteurs invités Peter Mulder, Peter Nijkamp & Roger Stough, qui ont également résumé les communications ci-dessous, en y ajoutant leurs commentaires. Il s'agit des communications suivantes : en premier lieu, Ugo Fratesi & Roberta Capello se penchent sur l’« Expansion régionale de la modélisation : un modèle MASST perfectionné » ; nous trouvons ensuite une communication d'Emmanouil Tranos, intitulée l’« Effet causal de l'infrastructure de l'Internet sur le développement économique des agglomérations européennes » ; Marco Percoco examine ensuite la question suivante : « Entreprenariat, capital social et institutions : le témoignage de l'Italie », tandis que Megha Mukim pose la question : « L'agglomération encourage-t-elle l'innovation ? Une évaluation économétrique ». La dernière communication, par Aki Kangasharju, Christophe Tavera & Peter Nijkamp, est intitulée : « Expansion régionale et chômage : la validité de la loi d'Okun pour les régions finnoises ». EXTRACTO Esta edición especial de Análisis económico espacial , sobre ‘Modelación de la dinámica regional’, contiene un conjunto interesante de contribuciones novedosas reunidas por los coeditores invitados Peter Mulder, Peter Nijkamp & Roger Stough, quienes también han resumido y hecho comentarios sobre los estudios indicados a continuación. Dichos estudios son los siguientes: en primer lugar, Ugo Fratesi & Roberta Capello escriben sobre ‘Modelación de crecimiento regional: un modelo MASST avanzado’; seguidamente, contamos con la contribución de Emmanouil Tranos titulada ‘El efecto causal de la infraestructura de Internet sobre el desarrollo económico de las ciudades región europeas’; luego, Marco Percoco considera el ‘Espíritu empresarial, capital social e instituciones: evidencia procedente de Italia’; y, Megha Mukim plantea la pregunta, ‘¿Actúa la aglomeración como impulsora de la innovación? Una evaluación econométrica’. El último estudio, de Aki Kangasharju, Christophe Tavera & Peter Nijkamp, se titula ‘Crecimiento regional y desempleo: la validez de la ley de Okun para las regiones finlandesas’.

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Volume (Year): 7 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
Pages: 287-291

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Handle: RePEc:taf:specan:v:7:y:2012:i:3:p:287-291
DOI: 10.1080/17421772.2012.697755
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