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The latest issue of Regional Science Policy & Practice is available! Volume 12, Issue 3, Pages: 369-552, June 2020

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Regional Science Policy & Practice
369-552
June 2020
 
 

ISSUE INFORMATION

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ORIGINAL ARTICLES 

Institutions and the fortunes of territories [Open Access]

Andrés Rodríguez‐Pose

Agglomeration and clusters near and far for regional development: A critical assessment [Open Access]

Peter Gordon, Karima Kourtit

Selling The Region: The Problems of a Multi‐Agency Approach in Promoting Regional Economies

Andrew Crawley, Max Munday, Rick Delbridge

Evaluating clusters: Where theory collides with practice

Madeline Smith, James R. Wilson, Emily Wise

A Critical review of the Indian knowledge‐based industry location policy against its theoretical arguments

Arun Natarajan Hariharan, Arindam Biswas

Tariff reform and income inequality in I ndonesia

Yessi Vadila, Budy P. Resosudarmo

A review and modelling on the critical management of the disaster debris of earthquake in Bhutan

Arunava Majumder, Kailash Pradhan, Satwinder Singh Danewalia, Bimal Kumar Sett

Do changes in air transportation affect productivity? A cross‐country panel approach [Open Access]

Laila AitBihiOuali, Jose M. Carbo, Daniel J. Graham

The high‐speed bus (HSB) as an alternative to the high‐speed rail (HSR): A conceptual approach examined through a case study

Moshe Givoni

Syrian crisis repercussions on the agricultural sector: Case study of wheat, cotton and olives [Open Access]

Safwan A. Mohammed, Ali Alkerdi, János Nagy, Endre Harsányi

States and school finance

Kuzey Yilmaz

BOOK REVIEW

Metcalf, Gilbert E. 2019. Paying for pollution: Why a carbon tax is good for America. Oxford University Press. New York, NY. US$39.95, Hb, 188pp, ISBN 978‐0‐19‐069419‐7

Amitrajeet A. Batabyal

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