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The Spatial and Public Economics of Regions, a Theoretical and Empirical Survey

  • Candau, Fabien
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    The aim of this paper is to survey what has been done by the New Economic Geography (NEG) on a regional scale in order to answer the three following questions: what are the predictions of the NEG concerning the future of regions in the triad? Are these predictions robust? What can be the optimal public policy on a regional and national scale in a world characterized by agglomeration, trade liberalization and entrepreneurs� mobility?

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    Date of creation: 31 May 2006
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