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European regional growth

James Tyler Kent

European regional growth

by James Tyler Kent

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Published by Springer in Berlin .
Written in English


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StatementBernard Fingleton, editor.
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LC ClassificationsHD
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 435 p. :
Number of Pages435
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Open LibraryOL22532621M
ISBN 103540003665

The European Union (EU) stands out internationally as one of the regions of the world that has most explicitly and deliberately attempted to reduce regional disparities within its constituents. How effective this effort has been, and continues to be, is a matter of open debate.   Explaining the growth and change of regions and cities is one of the great challenges for social science. Cities or regions have complex economic development processes that are shaped by an almost infinite range of forces. The frames of reference employed to think about such processes are mostly borrowed from the ‘long view backward’, that is, to how the now-developed economies Author: Michael Storper.

This book looks at the evolution of regional disparities in Europe in a period of profound social and economic change. It represents a thorough analysis of how local social, political, and institutional settings relate to regional economic performance and highlights the persistence of territorial disparities in Europe. European spending on traditional hardware, software, services, and telecommunications is set to reach $ billion in , and will register growth of % in constant currency, slightly down from the expected % growth in , according to the latest release of the Worldwide Black Book: Standard Edition from International Data Corporation ().

European Union Tourism Trends. Published: April Pages: eISBN: | ISBN: Complete Book PDF (MB) | View Chapters. Europe is the most visited tourism region in the world, and within it the European Union (EU) welcomes just under half of total international arrivals. Yet, as a result of rising.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Innovation and Regional Growth in the European Union by Riccardo Crescenzi, , Springer edition, paperback.


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