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Fri Mar 21 17:04:26 2014 UTClccn-n780338610.35Economía espacial : las ciudades, las regiones y el comercio internacional /0.510.84Economics of agglomeration : cities, industrial location, and globalization /110609568Masahisa_Fujitan 78033861170073Fujita, M. 1943-Fujita, MasahisaFujita, Masahisa, 1943-Masahisa Fujita.Masahisa Fujita 1943-フジタ, マサヒサ, 1943-藤田昌久lccn-n84238684Krugman, Paul R.lccn-n89615783Venables, Anthonylccn-n82116895Thisse, Jacques-Françoisedtlccn-nb2008023954Kumagai, Satoruedtlccn-nr00021697Nishikimi, Kōjiedtnc-ajia keizai kenkyujo japanAjia Keizai Kenkyūjo (Japan)lccn-nr2002027332Kuroiwa, Ikuoedtlccn-no2010191429Palgrave Connect (Online service)lccn-n84135643Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain)lccn-no96054396Zenou, YvesFujita, MasahisaConference proceedingsCriticism, interpretation, etcSpace in economicsRegional economicsUrban economicsEconomic geographyInternational tradeIndustrial locationInternational economic integrationEast AsiaEconomic history--Regional disparitiesDynamic programmingRegional economics--Mathematical modelsInternational economic relationsAsiaIndiaRegionalismHousing--Location--PlanningCities and towns--GrowthCity planningLand use, UrbanEconomicsJob creationEconomic geography--Mathematical modelsEconomic historyRegional planningEconomic policyBusiness logisticsGlobalizationKrugman, Paul RMacroeconomicsDevelopment economicsGeographyHomesitesSpatial analysis (Statistics)Mathematical models194319721973197719781979198319841985198619881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013601492319330.9HF1025ocn263666196ocn803754264ocn312325740ocn441594309ocn769185115ocn799609081ocn816856045ocn804130193ocn083182035ocn494732867ocn839058691254735ocn044961285file19990.37Fujita, MasahisaThe spatial economy cities, regions and international tradeSince 1990 there has been a renaissance of theoretical and empirical work on the spatial aspects of the economy - that is, where economic activity occurs and why. Using new tools - in particular, modeling techniques developed to analyze industrial organization, international trade, and economic growth - this "new economic geography" has emerged as one of the most exciting areas of contemporary economics+-+1957157175112516ocn667085147file20010.53Fujita, MasahisaEconomics of agglomeration cities, industrial location, and regional growthThis book provides the first unifying treatment of the range of economic reasons for the clustering of firms and households. Its goal is to explain further the trade-off between various forms of increasing returns and different types of mobility costs. Although referring to agglomeration as a generic term is convenient, it should be noted that the concept of economic agglomeration refers to distinct real world situations. The main focus of the treatment is on cities, but it also explores the formation of agglomerations, such as commercial districts within cities, industrial clusters at the regional level, and the existence of imbalance between regions. The book is rooted within the realm of modern economics and borrows concepts from geography and regional science, which makes it accessible to a broad audience formed by economists, geographers, regional planners, and other scientists. It may be used in coursework for graduate students and upper-level undergraduates+-+438653670554422ocn018106466book19890.70Fujita, MasahisaUrban economic theory : land use and city sizeThis book examines the economic reasons why people choose to live where they live and develops, through analysis of the bid rent function, a unified theory of urban land use and city size. The first part of the book explicates the basic theory of urban land use and optimal city size. Residential location behavior of households is examined in a microeconomic framework and equilibrium and optimal patterns of residential land use are discussed. The corresponding equilibrium and optimal city sizes are studied in a variety of contexts. Part Two extends the classical theories of von Thunen and Alonso with the addition of externality factors such as local public goods, crowding and congestion, and racial prejudice. The rigorous mathematical approach and theoretical treatment of the material make Urban Economic Theory of interest to researchers in urban economics, location theory, urban geography, and urban planning+-+77119867054496ocn323209716file20080.47Institute of developing economies (Tokyo, Japon)Economic integration in East Asia perspectives from spatial and neoclassical economicsPresents a picture of East Asian integration, focusing on various aspects including: the structure of intra-regional trade; industrial location patterns - especially of multinational enterprises; the formation of industrial agglomeration; and, the development of political and institutional frameworks for integration+-+776457293624511ocn004004430book19780.79Fujita, MasahisaSpatial development planning : a dynamic convex programming approach19213ocn123485733book20070.79Fujita, MEconomic integration in Asia and IndiaThe regional economic integrations which have been progressing in the EU and the Americas are now substantially under way in Asia, most notably India. This title suggests that its participation in the Asian market will affect others, which will then have manifold influences on India itself+-+003570587518916ocn070061125book20060.81Fujita, MasahisaRegional integration in East Asia : from the viewpoint of spatial economicsConference proceedingsWith the globalization of economic activity bringing about the expansion of markets and deepening of economic interdependency beyond state-borders, a new political challenge arises: how to effectively integrate the interdependent economies into a harmonious unity through the creation of new super-state institutions? This book applies a spatial economics perspective to the understanding of the recent dynamism of the global economy, with particular focus on East Asia. In addition, it examines the prospects of regional integration in East Asia+-+004365587512919ocn823742206book19950.84Fujita, MasahisaEconomics of agglomeration : cities, industrial location, and globalizationEconomic activities are not concentrated on the head of a pin, nor are they spread evenly over a featureless plane. On the contrary, they are distributed very unequally across locations, regions, and countries. Even though economic activities are, to some extent, spatially concentrated because of natural features, economic mechanisms that rely on the trade-off between various forms of increasing returns and different types of mobility costs are more fundamental. This book is a study of the economic reasons for the existence of a large variety of agglomerations arising from the global to the local. This second edition combines a comprehensive analysis of the fundamentals of spatial economics and an in-depth discussion of the most recent theoretical developments in new economic geography and urban economics. It aims to highlight several of the major economic trends observed in modern societies11512ocn747512212book20110.63Fujita, MasahisaThe economics of East Asian integration : a comprehensive introduction to regional issuesThis volume is intended to be the most comprehensive textbook on economic integration in East Asia. It introduces the reader to various issues related to the topic such as institutional building of FTAs; production networks and the location choice of MNEs; R & D and innovation; infrastructure development and transport costs; international migration and service trade; monetary integration; regional disparity and poverty. It also deals with the critical energy, environmental and agricultural concerns. Each chapter contains ample data and rigorous analyses, complemented by illustrative box articles+-+36658420353241025ocn417351576book20030.59Fujita, MasahisaEconomie des villes et de la localisation8210ocn059818199book20050.73Spatial economics+-+0391128936249ocn054427794book20030.56Fujita, MasahisaGlobalization and the evolution of the supply chain : who gains and who loses?206ocn031466753book19940.59Fujita, MasahisaFirm location and job creation in cities196ocn049204598book20020.53Fujita, MasahisaDoes geographical agglomeration foster economic growth? and who gains and loses from it?198ocn050088526book20020.59Fujita, MasahisaAgglomeration and market interaction193ocn045463860book20000.35Fujita, MasahisaEconomía espacial : las ciudades, las regiones y el comercio internacionalLa economía urbana; La ciencia regional; Movilidad de la mano de obra y desarrollo regional; El sistema urbano; Comercio internacional144ocn302183204book20080.53Fujita, MasahisaNew economic geography : an appraisal on the occasion of Paul Krugman's 2008 Nobel prize in economicsCriticism, interpretation, etc114ocn634115303book20050.47Fujita, MasahisaSpatial economics+-+0391128936114ocn634115110book20050.47Spatial economics+-+039112893685ocn848781582book20030.47Fujita, MasahisaStrategic immigration policies and welfare in heterogeneous countries+-+1957157175+-+1957157175Fri Mar 21 15:58:12 EDT 2014batch19730