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Listed author(s):
  • B. Fingleton
  • M. Abreu
  • P. Cheshire
  • H. Garretsen
  • D. Igliori
  • J. Le Gallo
  • P. McCann
  • John McCombie
  • V. Monastiriotis
  • M. Roberts
  • J. Yu

In this editorial we summarize and comment on papers published in issue 7.4. The first paper is ‘Spatial Econometrics of Innovation: Recent Contributions and Research Perspectives’, by Corinne Autant-Bernard. Then we have the contribution by Martin Andersson & Jan Weiss on ‘External Trade and Internal Geography: Local Export Spillovers by Industry Characteristics and Firm Size’. Next Rhydian James, Peter Midmore & Dennis Thomas write about ‘Public Sector Size and Peripherality’ and the final paper is by Jesus Felipe & John McCombie entitled ‘Agglomeration Economies, Regional Growth, and the Aggregate Production Function: A Caveat Emptor for Regional Scientists’. RÉSUMÉ Dans le présent éditorial, nous récapitulons les communications publiées dans le numéro 7.4, et présentons des commentaires sur ces dernières. La première communication est la suivante: « Économétrie spatiale de l'innovation : récentes contributions et perspectives de recherche », par Corinne Autant-Bernard. Nous avons ensuite celle de MM Martin Andersson & Jan Weiss, intitulée «Commerce extérieur et géographie intérieure : débordements des exportations locales en fonction des caractéristiques du secteur et de la taille de l'entreprise », puis Rhydian James, Peter Midmore & Dennis Thomas écrivent sur « La taille du secteur public et la périphéralité »; vient ensuite la dernière communication de Jesus Felipe & John McCombie, intitulée « Economies des agglomérations, expansion régionale, et fonction de production agrégée : un Caveat Emptor pour scientifiques régionaux ». EXTRACTO En esta editorial resumimos y comentamos sobre publicados en la edición 7.4. El primer estudio es ‘Econometría espacial de la innovación: contribuciones recientes y perspectivas de investigación’ de Corinne Autant-Bernard. Seguidamente, contamos con la contribución de Martin Andersson & Jan Weiss ‘Comercio externo y geografía interna: spillovers de exportación local por características de industria y tamaño de empresa’. A continuación, está el estudio de Rhydian James, Peter Midmore & Dennis Thomas que escriben sobre ‘el Tamaño y la periferalidad del sector público’; y, el estudio final de Jesus Felipe & John McCombie titulado, ‘Economías de aglomeración, crecimiento regional y la función de producción agregada: un Caveat Emptor para científicos regionales’. 空间经济分析 : 7.4 期社论 摘要 : 在本篇社论中 , 我们概 并总结了 7.4 期中发表的论文。第一篇论文为‘创新的空间经济计量 学 : 期投稿和 研究视角 ’, 作者科琳•乌当- 伯纳德。然后是马丁•安德森与简•维斯的投稿 , ‘外部交易和内部地理—— 按照行业特征和企业规模分类的本地出口溢出’ ; 丹尼斯•托马斯、瑞迪安•詹姆斯与皮特•米德模‘公 众部门的规模与周边性’ ; 最后一篇论文是约翰•马可比与吉瑟斯•菲利普的‘聚集经济、区域成长与 总和生产函数 : 对区域科学家而 的顾客自 慎’。

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Volume (Year): 7 (2012)
Issue (Month): 4 (December)
Pages: 397-402

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Handle: RePEc:taf:specan:v:7:y:2012:i:4:p:397-402
DOI: 10.1080/17421772.2012.727534
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