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The latest issue of Papers in Regional Science are available! Volume 101, Issue 5, October 2022

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Papers in Regional Science
Volume 101, Issue 5

Pages: 1049-1242

October 2022


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Issue Information

Pages: 1049-1050 | First Published: 11 October 2022


Open Access

Better together: Untapped potentials in Central Europe

Andrea Caragliu

Pages: 1051-1085 | First Published: 06 July 2022

The impact of preemptive investment on natural disasters

Jhorland Ayala-García, Sandy Dall'Erba

Pages: 1087-1103 | First Published: 23 August 2022

Open Access

Direct and indirect effects of universities on European regional productivity

Emanuela Marrocu, Raffaele Paci, Stefano Usai

Pages: 1105-1133 | First Published: 23 August 2022

Do agglomeration economies affect firms’ returns to training? Evidence based on French industrial firms

Yoann Morin, Lionel Védrine

Pages: 1135-1156 | First Published: 01 July 2022

Open Access

A matter of life and death? Knowledge intensity of FDI activities and domestic enterprise

Piers Thompson, Wenyu Zang

Pages: 1157-1179 | First Published: 22 August 2022

An amenity‐based approach to excellent returning scientists' location choice in China

Jinliao He, Yanjiao Song, Xianjin Huang, Jingxia Lin

Pages: 1181-1197 | First Published: 25 July 2022

Locating a facility to simultaneously address access and coverage goals

Jiwon Baik, Alan T. Murray

Pages: 1199-1217 | First Published: 16 July 2022

Open Access

A new proposal to model regional input–output structures using location quotients. An application to Korean and Spanish regions

José Daniel Buendía Azorín, Rubén Martínez Alpañez, Maria del Mar Sánchez de la Vega

Pages: 1219-1237 | First Published: 12 July 2022


The work of the future. Building better jobs in an age of intelligent machines. David Autor, David Mindell and Elisabeth Reynolds. The MIT Press, 2021. 178 pages, 29.95 US $ ISBN: 9780262046367

Camilla Lenzi

Pages: 1239-1240 | First Published: 11 July 2022

Industry 4.0 and regional transformations, By Lisa De Propris and David Bailey, Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2020, 257 pp. ISBN: 978‐ 0‐ 367‐17841‐3 (hbk) ‐ ISBN: 978‐0‐429‐05798‐4 (ebk)

Roberto Antonietti

Pages: 1241-1242 | First Published: 10 August 2022

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