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“I want creative neighbours”. Do creative service industries spillovers cross regional boundaries?

  • Rafael Boix

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    (Departament d’Estructura Econòmica, Facultat d’Economia, Universitat de València)

  • José Luis Hervás-Oliver

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    (Departament d’Organització d’Empreses, Universitat Politecnica de València)

  • Blanca De Miguel-Molina

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    (Departament d’Organització d’Empreses, Universitat Politecnica de València)

The occurrence of creative service industries (CSI) is a strong determinant of differences in wealth amongst European regions. However, it is unknown if the strong effects are limited to occurring within regional boundaries or whether there are spillover effects into neighbouring regions. The purpose of this paper is to assess the existence of CSI spillover effects on the wealth of neighbouring regions. CSI and spillovers are integrated into both an empirical model and an endogenous growth model. Both models are estimated for a sample of 250 regions in the European Union in 2008. We find that most of the effects of CSI take place within regions, although there is also evidence that CSI has indirect spillovers across regions.

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Paper provided by Department of Applied Economics II, Universidad de Valencia in its series Working Papers with number 1315.

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