4 edition of Regional Disparities in Small Countries (Advances in Spatial Science) found in the catalog.
August 5, 2005
Written in English
|Contributions||Daniel Felsenstein (Editor), Boris A. Portnov (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||333|
The most important indicator of regional imbalance and disparity among the different states of India is the difference in per capita state income figures. It is revealed from Table that in , the national average per capita income in India was Rs. 10, The states whose per capita income figures were higher than this national. Regional Development Planning; Issues and Realities 41st ISoCaRP Congress 3 examination of a number of physical, social, economic and environmental aspects of the building site and the neighboring sites. The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth.
Regional disparities are recently very often monitored concepts. Among. the. countries there are vari. ous differences. of the development. They are regional disparities. The. regional disparities exist in several areas. This article is. focused on regional disparities in the economic sphere. Based on per-capita gross domestic product, Canada was home to the "third-largest regional disparities" across the countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development in Author: Michael Babad.
Regional Disparities in Education: A Comparative Study between KBK and Non-KKB Districts of Odisha, India. The disparity index in literacy between ST . 4. Indicators and measurement of regional disparities and economic competitiveness of regions We particularly deal with competitiveness at the level of single regions because it is convenient to actively influence the size of regional disparities. Primarily, it is necessary to attend to the measurement of regional : Lucie Vrtěnová, Martin Sobotka, Lada Malá.
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Small countries—in the definition of Felsenstein and Portnov—do not appear to be much different from large countries when it comes to regional disparities."(Jens Suedekum, Journal of Regional Science, Vol.
46 (5), ). The liability of smallness: can we expect less regional disparities in small countries. / Daniel Felsenstein and Boris A. Portnov Country size in regional economics / Michael Beenstock Measures of regional inequality for small countries / Boris A.
Portnov and Daniel Felsenstein Although Malta is not featured in this volume, most of the countries it covers are of “wax drip” size. Intuitively, it may be expected that everything in small countries is diminutive: distances, population, economies, and even regional inequalities.
Small countries-in the definition of Felsenstein and Portnov-do not appear to be much different from large countries when it comes to regional disparities."(Jens Suedekum, Journal of Regional Science, Vol. 46 (5), ). Small countries―in the definition of Felsenstein and Portnov―do not appear to be much different from large countries when it comes to regional disparities."(Jens Suedekum, Journal of Regional Science, Vol.
46 (5), )Format: Hardcover. This book challenges the common perception that significant regional disparities do not exist in small countries. As small developed countries become increasingly competitive and their economic structures resemble those of the large, a re-assessment of the regional consequences of these changes is of timely importance.
from book Regional Disparities in Small Countries (pp) Measures of Regional Inequality for Small Countries Chapter January with Reads. Regional Disparities in Small Countries. produce meaningful estimates when applied to small countries, thus making it possible to compare the results of analysis obtained for such countries.
BOOK REVIEW IN JOURNAL OF REGIONAL SCIENCE, VOL. 46, NO. 5, Regional Disparities in Small Countries edited by Daniel Felsenstein and Boris A. Portnov. Series: Advances in Spatial Science. Berlin and New York: Springer. + vi. ISBN€ Some nations are far smaller than certain regions of large countries.
Collection Book Income Inequality: Economic Disparities and the Middle Class in Affluent Countries. Regional disparities in regional development of the Czech Republic – their occurrance, identification and elimination Alois Kutscherauer at al. Assessment of disparities in EU members countries.
85 Actual approaches to regional disparities in European Union countries. 92 Future trends of EU cohesion File Size: 2MB. Baumont C, Ertur C, Le Gallo J () Geographic spillover and growth: a spatial econometric analysis for European regions. Paper presented at the 6th RSAI World Congress “Regional Science in a Small World”, Lugano, Switzerland, May 16–20, Google ScholarCited by: Corrections.
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For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its. For Russia, the usual finding is that regional disparities increased sharply in the first years of the post-Soviet era (for example, Fedorov, ) and were high in comparison to many other countries; more recently, over the course of the s, they seem to have fallen (Guriev and Vakulenko, ).
Regional disparities in output per capita and income in China are large and persistent. They have been the subject of considerable concern to policy-makers at the highest level for decades, yet little is known about the effectiveness of various alternative policies Cited by: The word disparity comes from the Latin word disparitas, which means divided.
In the modern day scenario the condition of being unequal is considered disparity. Regional disparity means divergence or inequality of characters, phenomena or processe. Growing Regional Disparities in India’s Development K. Rajalakshmi Department of Economics, Chevalier T. Thomas Elizabeth College for Women, Perambur, Chennai "India occupies two worlds simultaneously.
In the first, economic reform and Social changes have begun to take hold and growth has had an impact on people's Size: KB. Downloadable. Though individual studies of regional disparity may deal with separate development measures - population growth, wages, welfare, regional productivity, etc.
- the use of an integrated indicator is often essential, particularly if a comparative (cross-country) analysis is required. In order to measure the extent of disparities, various indices of inequality are. "The great value of this book comes from comparing, through detailed analysis, the problems of regional inequality and poverty in different Asian countries.
Spatial inequality is of interest in its own right, but the topic of the book takes on an added significance when spatial and regional divisions align with political and ethnic tensions to Author: Ravi Kanbur. Data, research and territorial reviews on regional, rural and urban development including city planning, green cities, green regions and mayoral roundtables., Income inequality is worsening within many countries, and regional disparities in housing, safety and air quality inside countries are also growing wider in many cases, according to a new OECD report.
An analysis by The Economist shows that regional income disparities have widened in several rich countries during the recession (see article), and are .creation, possibly retarding development. Looking at the wider regional structure, development can be associated with large shifts in the location of activity as industry goes from being inward looking to being export oriented.
Key Words: cities, spatial disparities, urbanisation, developing countries. JEL classification: R1, R12, OF D. and P B. A. () Understanding regional inequalities in small countries, Regional Stud – This paper revisits the commonly held view that small countries do not exhibit signiﬁcant regional disparities.
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