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The latest issue of Papers in Regional Science is available! Volume 100, 5 (October 2021)

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Papers in Regional Science
Volume 100, Issue 5

Pages: 1111-1333

October 2021


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Issue Information

Pages: 1111-1112 | First Published: 09 October 2021


Social capital, social economy and economic resilience of Italian provinces

Giuseppe Terzo

Pages: 1113-1135 | First Published: 20 May 2021

Unpacking the U‐shaped relationship between related variety and firm sales: Evidence from Japan

Ren Lu, Qing Song, Ting Xia, Daguo Lv, Torger Reve, Ze Jian

Pages: 1136-1157 | First Published: 22 April 2021

Quantifying fiscal multipliers in Italy: A Panel SVAR analysis using regional data

Matteo Deleidi, Davide Romaniello, Francesca Tosi

Pages: 1158-1177 | First Published: 07 June 2021

Welfare benefits in highly decentralized fiscal systems: Evidence on interregional mimicking

Luis Ayala, Ana Herrero, Jorge Martinez-Vazquez

Pages: 1178-1208 | First Published: 15 April 2021

Open Access

Modeling the spread of COVID‐19 in New York City

Jose Olmo, Marcos Sanso-Navarro

Pages: 1209-1229 | First Published: 11 May 2021

Open Access

Measuring the impact of ride‐hailing firms on urban congestion: The case of Uber in Europe

Xavier Fageda

Pages: 1230-1253 | First Published: 19 April 2021

Can the internet reshape the national city size distribution? Cross‐country evidence

Yu Wang, Bindong Sun, Sixu Wu, Wan Li, Tinglin Zhang

Pages: 1254-1272 | First Published: 03 June 2021

Real options, housing price risk, and urban sprawl: A case study of the Toronto census metropolitan area using remotely sensed data, 1986–2016

Xiaoxuan Sun, Diana Mok, Jinfei Wang

Pages: 1273-1294 | First Published: 08 June 2021

Open Access

Growth and inequality in the Mexican states: Regimes, thresholds, and traps

Juan Gabriel Brida, W. Adrian Risso, Edgar J. Sánchez Carrera, Verónica Segarra

Pages: 1295-1322 | First Published: 12 May 2021


Open Access

Standard modularity is unsuitable for functional regionalization of spatial interaction data

Lucas Martínez-Bernabéu, José Manuel Casado-Díaz

Pages: 1323-1330 | First Published: 14 May 2021


Urban empires: Cities as global rulers in the new urban worldEdited by Edward Glaeser, Karima Kourtit, Peter Nijkamp, Routledge, 2020. 444 pages. ISBN 9781138601710

Michelle J. White

Pages: 1331-1333 | First Published: 07 June 2021

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