Optimum and Equilibrium for Regional Economies: Collected Papers of Noboru Sakashita

Optimum and Equilibrium for Regional Economies: Collected Papers of Noboru Sakashita

by Komei Sasaki (Editor)

Paperback(Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996)

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Overview

This volume reproduces some important contributions to regional and urban economics made by Noboru Sakashita - one of the lead­ ing scholars in this field. Since graduation from the University of Tokyo, Noboru Sakashita has been teaching and advancing the re­ search at Hokkaido University, Tohoku University, Osaka University and the' University of Tsukuba. The career of Noboru Sakashita as a regional and urban econo­ mist started in 1965 when he visited the University of Pennsylvania's Regional Science Department as a Fulbright scholar. While staying there, he concentrated on research on regional science in a stimula­ tive atmosphere surrounded by Walter Isard, the founder of Region­ al Science, and Isard's young colleagues, all of who were full of pas­ sion for this newborn research field. The first two papers in this vo­ lume were written during his stay at the University of Pennsylvania. Since returning to Japan, he has been carrying out his own research activities as well as fostering many promising disciplines in the field of regional and urban economics. Of course, Noboru Sakashita is a world renowned famous scholar, presenting many influential papers at World Congress, North American and European Meetings of the Regional Science Association, and other conferences, and publishing many articles in respected journals. He was elected president of the Regional Science Association International for 1987-88, and served as the first president of the Applied Regional Science Conference from 1987 to 1989.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642801372
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 12/14/2011
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1996
Pages: 217
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.53(h) x 0.02(d)

Table of Contents

[1] Regional Allocation of Public Investment.- [2] Production Function, Demand Function and Location Theory of the Firm.- [3] On a Simple Model of Dynamic Fiscal Policy.- [4] National Growth and Regional Income Inequality: A Consistent Model.- [5] National Growth and Regional Income Inequality: Further Results.- [6] Distributional Bias in the Welfare Pricing of Public Transport Service.- [7] Urban Growth Analysis in Postwar Japan: Fact Findings on the Distribution of Urban Population.- [8] Resolution of Mutual Loss Conflict Induced by the Embargo Threat.- [9] Evaluation of Regional Development Policy - An Alternative Approach.- [10] Location Quotients, Export Industries and Shift-Share Analysis.- [11] Optimum Location of Public Facilities Under the Influence of the Land Market.- [12] Presidential Address: Spatial Interdependence and Externalities.- [13] Optimal Utilization of the Central Business District with Economy and Diseconomy of Agglomeration.- [14] Economics of Multi-Habitation.- [15] An Economic Theory of Urban Growth Control.- Permissions.

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