This first volume of the Handbook serves as a definitive reference source and teaching supplement for the field of regional economics, and for related fields such as geography, transportation economics, regional science and physical planning. It provides an advanced state-of-the-art survey for professional teachers, researchers and advanced (post-) graduate students in these disciplines. In addition to a representative survey of past developments, it also points to new directions and trends within the field. For more information on the Handbooks in Economics series, please see our home page on http://www.elsevier.nl/locate/hesThe maximand to this problem is written as the sum of the consumer satisfaction ( integral of the demand function di(yi), i = l, 2, ... 0 and w acyl = 0 a#39;2^0 and wy-y2 = 0 agt;v, ti = 51(;e1)- ^ ^ 0 and wx-xl = 0 W221 = - pi + p2 + a#39;21 ^ 0 and wi a#39;^2i = 0 (2-7)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics: Regional economics|
|Author||:||Peter Nijkamp, Edwin S. Mills|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 1986|