Growth spillover effects and regional development patterns

the case of Chinese provinces
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World Bank , [Washington, D.C
China -- Economic conditions -- 1976-2000 -- Regional dispari


StatementXubei Luo.
SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 3652, Policy research working papers (Online) ;, 3652.
ContributionsWorld Bank.
LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
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Open LibraryOL3478611M
LC Control Number2005618688

The author discusses regional development patterns in China and examines effective ways of using development aid to attain regional balanced growth through optimizing growth spillover effects.

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Based on provincial panel data from she constructs an indicator"neighborhood performance"to measure the geographic spillover effects of aggregate growth from and to different. The Regional growth targets assigned by the 11th Plan in India seem to rely on the spread effects of economic growth acceleration in the better off states to achieve its 9 percent growth target.

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Abstract. We estimate a long-run trend of Brazilian human capital that extends back to the very beginning of the eighteenth century. With new data on selective immigration during the era of mass migrations at the end of the nineteenth century, we show that human capital endowment of international migrants can induce effects on economic development that persist until by: HARNESSING GROWTH SPILLOVERS FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT: THE EFFECTS OF REGIONAL SPATIAL STRUCTURE Edward Feser Andrew M.

Isserman University of Illinois 3 August A Report to USDA Rural Development Summary: Many rural development strategies seek to leverage urban-to-rural growth spillovers.

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This paper concludes that their success depends on the spatial structure. Thus, the primary focus is on market potential as the key variable in identifying the cross-regional growth spillover. Crozet and Koenig () apply the same approach to study income dispersion across regions in Europe.

To our knowledge, few studies have examined China's regional growth from this by: Hioki S. () The Magnitude of Interregional Input-Output Spillover Effects in China and its Implications for China’s Uneven Regional Growth. In: Okamoto N., Ihara T. (eds) Spatial Structure and Regional Development in by: 2.

Chanda, A. Bhattacharjee, in Encyclopedia of Health Economics, Spillover effects. The study found a strong spillover effect on medical value travel.

Increased foreign investor presence in hospitals was seen as facilitating medical value travel to India by enabling tie-ups with foreign health insurance providers and development of customized insurance products for elective surgeries by.

Abstract. It is widely recognised that knowledge and highly-skilled individuals as “carriers” of knowledge (i.e.

knowledge spillover agents) play a key role in impelling the development and growth of cities and by: The purpose of this study is threefold: 1) to investigate how the size of an airport influences growth and provides planning authorities support for permitting development around the airport, 2) to examine the impact that improving accessibility has on smaller airports, and 3) to analyse how regional development plans consider airports when.

Downloadable. This research investigates the effects of Portland's urban growth boundary (UGB) on urban development patterns and mobility. Three different methods are adopted for evaluating Portland's UGB: intermetropolitan comparisons; comparisons inside and outside the UGB; and, statistical analyses utilising regression models.

In discussing regional variations and patterns of population growth many components are involved. Fertility rates and death rates are good indicators to the global population and patterns of growth and variation.

Total fertility rates (TFR) is the best prediction of a population over time. Endogenous growth theory holds that economic growth is primarily the result of endogenous and not external forces.

Endogenous growth theory holds that investment in human capital, innovation, and knowledge are significant contributors to economic theory also focuses on positive externalities and spillover effects of a knowledge-based economy which will lead to economic.

By upstream spillover effects we refer to the direction in which these effects flow: from the individual (or micro-level) to the state, regional and transnational (or macro-level).

In the second section (or section B), we examine the downstream spillover effects or the way in which the activities of criminal groups generate an impact from the. Spillover growth from the Twin Cities metro area into Goodhue and Rice counties, combined with strong health-care related job expansion in Rochester, will drive the region’s employment growth.

This region’s share of state employment will remain stable at percent. since recently: regional inequality peaked in the mids and the center of gravity of the economy has begun to move from the advanced eastern region to the inland. The paper analyses the regional pattern of economic growth in the long run and focuses on the evolution of manufacturing industry as the main determinant of the recent reversal.

ItFile Size: 2MB. Start studying AP Human Geography: Chapter 10 Patterns of Development and Change. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Spillover effects are positive externalities resulting from a technological change not taken into account by the decision maker.

The positive spillover effects result from the common knowledge aspect of technology because the idea behind the technology can often. This new, completely revised and updated edition provides a synthesis of the forces that shaped the evolution of the human growth pattern, the biocultural factors that direct its expression, the intrinsic and extrinsic factors that regulate individual development, and the biomathematical approaches that are needed to analyze and interpret human growth.5/5(2).

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the implications of alternative growth patterns on infrastructure costs demonstrates that the Recommended Direction developed by Plan It Calgary will be 33% less expensive to build than if the city were to continue to grow following existing patterns. VCE Publications / / Authors as Published. Novella Ruffin, Family and Human Development Specialist, Virginia State University.

This publication is available in PDF format only. Virginia Cooperative Extension materials are available for public use, reprint, or citation without further permission, provided the use includes credit to. 12 R&D spillovers and regional growth Daria Denti 13 Knowledge and regional development Börje Johansson and Charlie Karlsson 14 Agglomeration externalities, innovation and regional growth: theoretical perspectives and meta-analysis Henri L.F.

de Groot, Jacques Poot and Martijn J. Smit 15 Sustainable development and regional growth File Size: 7MB. Zoltan Acs and Catherine Armington use a knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship to explain new firm formation rates in regional economies during the s period and beyond. The fastest-growing regions are those that have the highest rates of new firm formation, and which are not dominated by Cited by: internationalization patterns’ effects on the economic growth in central region, innovation effect is very limited.

Research has concluded that the internationalization promotion effects on economic growth are closely related to the level of economic development and the stage of industrialization.

Import, FDI, export and ODI have different. industrial cluster, competition and local business environment for regional economic growth, and development.

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The factor market conditions, demand conditions, and business environment varies across different clusters of a country like India, and so the degree of technology diffusion and spillover can be varied across different clusters in India.

PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT, –94 Abstract The paper characterizes the patterns of development based on 93 countries over the last 25 years (–94). It starts with a brief review of the literature in this area and then provides operational definitions of development and economic structure.

Economic structure is defined by. Considering the heterogeneous and spatial spillover effects, we constructed a spatial weight matrix to model mutual relationships among provinces according to graduate flowing patterns, and to illustrate the influence of heterogeneous human capital on regional TFP growth from to Author: Jie Liu, Chao Bi.

These shifts in growth rates lead to distinct patterns. While some countries have steady growth (hills and steep hills), others have rapid growth followed by stagnation (plateaus), rapid growth followed by decline (mountains) or even catastrophic falls (cliffs), continuous stagnation (plains), or steady decline (valleys).Cited by: 9.

International and inter-regional trade in China has been promoted, the economic and environmental impacts of which are significant in regional development. In this paper, we analyzed the evolution of inter-regional spillover of carbon emissions and employment in China from to with structural decomposition method and multi-regional input-output : Wenbin Shao, Fangyi Li, Zhaoyang Ye, Zhipeng Tang, Wu Xie, Yu Bai, Shanlin Yang.Development of the human body is the process of growth to maturity.

The process begins with fertilization, where an egg released from the ovary of a female is penetrated by a sperm cell from a male. The resulting zygote develops through mitosis and cell differentiation, and the resulting embryo then implants in the uterus, where the embryo continues development through a fetal stage until birth.The importance of knowledge spillovers for achieving innovation and economic growth is widely recognized.

It is not straightforward which type of spillovers is most effective: intra-sectoral spillovers or inter-sectoral spill-overs. We investigate this controversy using a model of regional growth. The model also deals with the im-Cited by: