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Overview

This book provides a new collection of papers on applied regional science. It takes each of the main methodologies of the discipline and provides a case study of their use for policy making. The work reported in each chapter has been directly funded by the private sector or by major Government departments. Thus it shows how important the methodologies of regional science can be for problem solving. Each chapter describes the methodology itself, the client requirements, the data sources used, the results and any new theoretical developments arising from the applications. These case studies show how the discipline has matured and how it is now capable of providing answers to a wide range of what-if scenarios.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642075186
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/6/2010
  • Series: Advances in Spatial Science Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 364
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

1. G.Clarke, M.Madden, Introduction.- 2. G.Hewings, Y.Okuyama, M.Sonis, Creating and Expanding Trade Partnerships Within the Chicago Metropolitan Area: Application Using a Miyazawa Accounting System.- 3. P.Batey, M.Madden, Socio-Economic Impact Assessment: Meeting Client Requirements.- 4. M.Schneider, M.M. Fischer, Multiregional Computational General Equilibrium and Spatial Interaction Trade Modelling: An Empirical Example.- 5. T.Barker, B.Fingleton, K.Homendidou, R.Lewney, The Regionalised Cambridge Multisectoral Dynamic Model of the UK Economy.- 6. H.Oppewal, H.Timmermans, Discrete Choice Modelling: Basic Principles and an Application to Parking Policy Assessment.- 7. J.Stillwell, P.Rees, Applied Population Projection for Regional and Local Planning.- 8. G.Clarke, M.Clarke, Applied Spatial Interaction Modelling.- 9. D.Simmonds, The Objectives and Design of a New Land-Use Modelling Package.- 10. G.Haag, K.Gruetzmann, Transport and Urban Development.- 11. B.Macmillan, Boundary-Swapping Optimisation and Regional Design.- 12. M.Birkin, R.Culf, Optimal Distribution Strategies.- 13. P.Williamson, An Applied Microsimulation Model: Exploring Alternative Domestic Water Consumption Scenarios.- 14. L.See, S.Openshaw, Fuzzy Geodemographic Targeting.- 15. M.Charlton, S.Fotheringham, C.Brundson, Analysing Access to Hospital Facilities with GIS.- 16. R.Church, GIS and Large-scale Linear Programming: Evolution of a Spatial Decision Support System for Land Use Management.- 17. A.Hirschfeld, D.Yarwood, K.Bowers, Crime Pattern Analysis, Spatial Targeting and GIS: The Development of New Approaches for Use in Evaluating Community Safety Initiatives.- Subject Index Figures.- Tables.- Author Index.- Contributors

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