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  • Population growth, economic growth and the environment in the United States
  • Economic growth and development in Jordan.
  • A neoclassical model of interregional economic growth
  • Growth and Innovation through Urban-Rural Partnership
  • Economic growth ; Innovation ; Rural-urban relations ; Spatial dynamics
  • Urban-rural partnerships are an important element for spatial development. They provide a way to combine growth and balancing policy and they enable peripheral and economically weak areas to participate in growth and innovation. But this will only
  • work if all parts contribute with their potentials to economic growth. The idea is evident; nevertheless, there are still open questions on how to achieve these goals. - (IfL)
  • Foreign aid and economic growth: an empirical analysis
  • Development ; Economic aid ; Economic growth ; Expansion method ; Living standard ; Methodology ; Sensitivity analysis
  • the level of economic development in aid-receiving countries. The expansion method is used to expand initial models of economic growth into models which better explain the aid-growth relationship.
  • This study contends that results from previous studies have in aggregate been inconclusive largely because of methodological limitations and that a significant aid-growth relationship does exist. The nature of the relationship varies across
  • An extended matrix of economic growth and corresponding dynamic system
  • A comparative analysis of the economic movements on the basis of a growth matrix
  • Economic growth and structure in the Republic of Korea, 1977
  • Ivory Coast| political stability and economic growth. Part. 2
  • Financial policy and economic growth. The Lebanese experience.
  • The model based on the matrix of economic growth
  • A network model of economic growth. A regional analysis
  • An economic policy hypothesis of metropolitan growth cycles : a reflection on the recent rejuvenation of Tokyo
  • A new hypothesis for the cyclical movements of urban growth based on the analysis of Tokyo's recent rejuvenation and Japanese government's economic policies of the 1980's. - (SGA)
  • Urbanization and economic growth in Indonesia : good news, bad news and (possible) local government mitigation
  • Economic development ; Economic growth ; Gross domestic product ; Indonesia ; Infrastructure ; Population growth ; Public expenditure ; Role of the State ; Urban population ; Urbanization
  • Time-series analysis for Indonesia over the period 1960–2009 suggests that the level of urbanization is positively associated with economic growth but that the rate of change of urbanization is nega-tively correlated with growth of economic output
  • public infrastructure spending. Local governments that invest more heavily in infrastructure are better able to cope with the apparent detrimental effects of rapid urbanization on economic growth.
  • . A sub-national dynamic panel investigation provides additional evidence of the positive and negative level and rate effects, respectively. The panel analysis also implies that the harmful impact of urban population growth is linked to insufficient local
  • Urban growth under conditions of unbalanced urban development
  • This paper points to symptoms of unbalanced growth of the urban region of Warsaw in the period of accelerated growth prior to 1975 and the subsequent economic collapse around 1980, illustrated with selected problems of the growth rate of employment
  • , population and housing. Effects of a policy of controlling urban growth at a time of labor and housing shortages.
  • Interregional economic growth with transportation and residential distribution
  • Capital accumulation ; Economic behaviour ; Economic growth ; Economic system ; Model ; Multiregional model ; Regional economy ; Spatial equilibrium
  • The paper proposes a model of interregional economic growth with travel time, housing, residential distribution, and amenity. The economy consists of multiple regions and each region consists of the CBD and the residential area. The simulation
  • results for a 3-region economy provide insights into national economic development, regional agglomeration, and urban configuration.
  • The foreign exchange regime and growth : a comparison of Ghana and the Ivory Coast
  • A comparison of the economic growth of Ghana and the Ivory Coast, and an examination of the reason for Ghana's decline. If as suggested it results from domestic policies opposed to externally orientated growth, the Ivory Coast may avoid a similar
  • Profitability and growth in multiregion systems : interpreting the growth of Japan
  • Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Economic growth ; Economy ; Japan ; Multiregional model ; Profit ; Simulation
  • The paper reports calculations about reasons for the exceptional growth of Japan and for the slowdown in growth in the OECD since the early 1970s. The calculations are based on a multi-region off-equilibrium dynamic model of two regions. The Japan
  • -Rest of the OECD system was on a trajectory far above dynamic equilibrium levels of profit, accumulation, and growth in 1960. The post-1973 slowdown is simply the effect of the system returning to a trajectory that is nearer dynamic equilibrium.
  • The impact of local decentralization on economic growth : evidence from U.S. counties
  • County ; Decentralization ; Demographic change ; Economic growth ; Economic impact ; Employment ; Local authority ; Taxation system ; United States of America
  • The impact of fiscal decentralization on U.S. county population, employment, and real income growth is analyzed. The findings suggest that government organization matters for local economic growth, but that the impacts vary by government unit
  • and by economic indicator. Single-purpose governments per square mile have a positive impact on metropolitan population and employment growth, but no significant impact on nonmetropolitan counties. In contrast, the fragmentation of general-purpose governments per
  • capita has a negative impact on employment and population growth in nonmetropolitan counties. Local government decentralization matters differently for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties.
  • The green economy and post-growth regimes : opportunities and challenges for economic geography
  • Economic geography ; Green economy ; Sustainable development
  • This article explores and critically examines neoliberal discourses on the green economy and smart growth by exploring contributions to debates on green economics proposed by ideas linked to post-growth economies. Based on studies by scholars
  • such as Tim Jackson and Serge Latouche, the article examines the contours of debates on post-growth, décroissance (de-growth) and prosperity without growth. It begins by examining growth debates and existing contributions by economic and other geographers
  • to the exploration of alternatives to conventional growth-centred economics. It then identifies some emergent spatial facets of post-growth transitions and utilize these to explore potential research topics and opportunities for empirical and conceptual contributions
  • by economic geographers to academic and societal debates on economic transitions and post-growth paradigms. Particular attention is paid to approaches currently discussed in economic geography, such as socio-technical transition studies.