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A quoi servent les politiques régionales européennes ?

  • Philippe Martin

L’article montre qu’une politique d’amélioration des infrastructures d’une région pauvre permet de réduire l’inégalité spatiale mais peut aboutir à une géographie moins efficace et un taux de croissance plus faible. Les effets inverses sont obtenus pour une politique qui diminuent les coûts de transaction entre les régions. En revanche, une politique publique d’infrastructures de communication ou favorisant l’innovation, permet à la fois de réduire les inégalités régionales et d’augmenter le taux de croissance au niveau global. Les résultats empiriques sur ces questions sont discutés.

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Date of creation: 2000
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Publication status: Published in Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 2000, pp.3-20
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