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Agglomeration and growth : a dialogue between economists and geographers

  • Gilles Duranton

    (Department of Economics)

  • Michael Storper

    (Centre de sociologie des organisations)

This special issue contains papers by both economists and geographers on agglomeration and growth. In this introduction, we first provide a brief sketch of recent developments in the interaction between economists and geographers. We then propose some contextual background to make it easier for geographers to approach the economics papers of this issue and conversely. Finally, specific areas of overlapping interests to the two disciplines are also highlighted.

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Date of creation: Jan 2006
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Publication status: Published in Journal of Economic Geography, 2006, pp.1-7
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