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On the location of economic and academic activity
(Doctoral thesis, 1995)
Industrial agglomeration and capital taxation
(Discussion paper1998:7, Working paper, 1998-07)
Models with imperfect competition and intra-industry trade have become widely accepted as appropriate frameworks within which to analyze the impact of trade liberalization on industrial agglomeration. This paper makes ...
Competing for capital in a "lumpy" world
(Discussion paper1999:7, Working paper, 1999-04)
Integration and transition : scenarios for location of production and trade in Europe
(Discussion paper1999:13, Working paper, 1999-05)
Applying a newly developed CGE-model, we present scenarios for the future economic geography of Europe. The model divides the world into ten regions, of which five are European, and there are 14 industries, of which 12 ...
A U-shaped Europe? : a simulation study of industrial location
(Discussion paper1999:19, Working paper, 1999-09)
This paper uses a full-scale CGE-model - calibrated on 1992 data - to investigate the effects of European integration on the location of industrial production. Our results reveal large differences among individual ...
What determines the economic geography of Europe?
(Discussion paper1998:19, Working paper, 1998-10)
This paper focuses on what the driving forces behind industry localisation in Europe are. Based on traditional as well as new trade theory and new economic geography our cross-sectoral empirical analysis seeks to explain ...