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Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics


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Summarizes and analyzes recent advances in methodological and applied research for graduate students and professionals

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Volume 5A Section I: Empirical Methods 1. Causal Inference in Urban Economics; Nathaniel Baum-Snow and Fernando Ferreira 2. Structural Estimation in Urban and Regional Economics; Thomas J. Holmes and Holger Sieg 3. Spatial Methods; Stephen Gibbons, Henry G. Overman and Eleonora Patacchini Section II: Agglomeration and Urban Spatial Structure 4. Agglomeration Theory; Kristian Behrens and Frederic Robert-Nicoud 5. The Empirics of Agglomeration; Pierre-Philippe Combes and Laurent Gobillon 6. Agglomeration and Innovation; Gerald Carlino and William Robert Kerr 7. The Role of the Amenities (Environmental and Otherwise) in Shaping Cities; Matthew Edwin Kahn and Randall Phillip Walsh 8. Urban Land Use; Gilles Duranton and Diego Puga 9. Neighbourhood versus Network Effects; Giorgio Topa and Yves Zenou 10. Immigration and the Economy of Cities and Regions; Ethan Lewis and Giovanni Peri Volume 5B Section I: Housing and Real Estate 11. Housing Bubbles; Edward Glaeser and Charles G. Nathanson 12. Housing, Finance, and the Macroeconomy; Morris A. Davis and Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh 13. Microstructure of Housing Markets: Search, Bargaining, and Brokerage; Lu Han and William Strange 14. United States Housing Policies; Edgar Olsen and Jeffrey Zabel 15. How Mortgage Finance Affects the Urban Landscape; Andrew Haughwout, Joseph Tracy and Sewin Chan 16. Cycles and Persistence in the Economic Status of Neighborhoods and Cities; Stuart Rosenthal and Stephen Ross Section II: Applied Urban Economics 17. Taxes in Cities: Interdependence, Asymmetry, and Agglomeration; Marius Brulhart, Sam Bucovetsky and Kurt Schmidheiny 18. Place Based Policies; David Neumark and Helen Simpson 19. Regulation and Housing Supply; Joseph Gyourko and Raven Molloy 20. Transportation Costs and the Spatial Organization of Economic Activity; Stephen J. Redding and Matthew Turner 21. Cities in Developing Countries: Fueled by Rural-Urban Migration, Lacking in Tenure Security, and Short of Affordable Housing; Jan Brueckner and Somik Lall 22. The Geography of Development within Countries; Klaus Desmet and J. Vernon Henderson 23. Urban Crime; Brendan O'Flaherty and Rajiv Sethi

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Holder of the Noranda Chair in Economics and International Trade, Gilles Duranton has taught at the Paris School of Economics, Princeton University, the Universidad del Norte in Colombia, the University of Lille, and others. A consultant for the CD Howe Institute, the World Bank, and the OECD, he is President of the North American Regional Science Council and has won the Philip Leverhulme Prize, the European Investment Bank Prize, and numerous grants and fellowships. he is the co-editor of the Journal of Urban Economics. Fellow, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Fellow, Spatial Economics Research Centre, Fellow, Rimini Centre for Economic Analysis, Member of the Urban Economics Association, Faculty Fellow, Penn Institute for Urban Research. J. Vernon Henderson is one of the world's leading urban economists. Chair of the Urban Studies Program at Brown University, he has taught at the London School of Economics, Delhi University, Tribhuvan University in Nepal, and Queen's Univresity, Canada. Awarded a Guggenheim Foundation grant and elected a Fellow of the Regional Science Association International, he co-edited the Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, vol. 4 with J.-F. Thisse. William Strange is co-editor of the Journal of Urban Economics and the President of the American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association. Recipient of the Walter Isard Award for Distinguished Scholarly Achievements in Regional Science, he has published on a variety of subjects.

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