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Plants' Entry and Exit in Swedish Municipalities

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  • Berglund, Elisabet


    (Department of Economics, Umeå University)

  • Brännäs, Kurt


    (Department of Economics, Umeå University)

Plants' entry and exit behaviour in Swedish municipalities are studied within a fixed-effect, integer-valued autoregressive model. Based on eight industrial sectors, 1985--1993, and all municipalities, models are estimated by a generalized method of moment estimator. Influences on entry and exit are systematic and spatially variable. Responses to explanatory variables differ between sectors. Average income, local unemployment and higher education are found to be important determinants of both entry and exit.

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Paper provided by Umeå University, Department of Economics in its series Umeå Economic Studies with number 497.

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Length: 29 pages
Date of creation: 25 Mar 1999
Publication status: Published in The Annals of Regional Science , 2001, pages 431-448.
Handle: RePEc:hhs:umnees:0497
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