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Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, 1st Edition
Advances in regional economics (P. Nijkamp, E.S. Mills). Locational Analysis.
The location of production activities (M.J. Beckmann, J.-F. Thisse). Residential mobility and household location modelling (W.A.V. Clark, W.F.J. van Lierop). Public facility location: A multiregional and multi-authority decision context (B. Johansson, G. Leonardi). Spatial equilibrium analysis (T. Takayama, W.C. Labys). Regional economic dynamics (A.E. Andersson, R.E. Kuenne). Regional Economic Models and Methods.
Regional and multiregional economic models: A survey (P. Nijkamp, P. Rietveld and F. Snickars). Regional, interregional and multiregional input-output analysis (G.J.D. Hewings, R.C. Jensen). Spatial interaction, transportation, and interregional commodity flow models (D.F. Batten, D.E. Boyce). Regional econometric and dynamic models (R.J. Bennett, L. Hordijk). Qualitative statistical models for regional economic analysis (N. Wrigley, F. Brouwer). Regional Economic Development and Policy.
Multiple objective decision analysis in regional economics (P. Nijkamp, P. Rietveld). Regional labor market analysis (A. Isserman et al.
). Regional energy and environmental analysis (T.R. Lakshmanan, R. Bolton). Innovation and changes in regional structure (E.J. Malecki, P. Varaiya). Regional policies in developing countries (H.W. Richardson, P.M. Townroe).