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Regional economic convergence in Great Britain and Germany

K. J. Button

Regional economic convergence in Great Britain and Germany

by K. J. Button

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Published by Loughborough University, Department ofEconomics,Centre for Research in European Economics andFinance in Loughborough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementbyKenneth Button and Eric Pentecost.
SeriesCREEF research paper -- 94/5
ContributionsPentecost, Eric., Centre for Research in European Economicsand Finance.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19559043M

Economic Integration and Convergence: U.S. Regions, Sukkoo Kim. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Development of the American Economy Despite the recent inroads made by models of interregional trade based on external" economies, the analysis of the long-run trends in U.S. regional specialization in agriculture manufacturing, wholesale trade, retail. This paper examines convergence among EU regions using different approaches and methodologies. The objective is twofold. On the one hand, the paper conducts an update assessment of regional disparities in the EU bringing together the most frequent instruments used in the analysis of convergence and inequalities.

regional economic convergence in the EU countries to turn into the subject of relevant and controversial theoretical discussions as well as empirical analysis, and attracted attention of researchers of various fields. International conferences arranged, respective reports of worldwide organizations show how globally relevant. Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe: Growth and Regional Development in an Enlarged European Union by Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, Peter Mooslechner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

D Berlin, Germany; e-mail:[email protected] Received 30 September ; in revised form 8 April Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy , vol pages 33^55 author aims at a comparative analysis of the development of local government systems in Britain, France, and Germany. Economic Integration and Convergence: U.S. Regions, 98 7 Between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the regions of the United States went from a set of relatively isolated regional economies to an integrated national econ- omy. Economic integration, as well as long-run secular changes in the economic.


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Regional economic convergence in Great Britain and Germany by K. J. Button Download PDF EPUB FB2

Henley A. () On regional growth convergence in Great Britain, Regional Stud – This paper examines recent sub-regional output data for Great Britain to identify possible economic convergence. It concludes that sub-regional data are subject to Cited by: Downloadable (with restrictions).

Henley A. () On regional growth convergence in Great Britain, Regional Stud This paper examines recent sub-regional output data for Great Britain to identify possible economic convergence.

It concludes that sub-regional data are subject to substantial spatial autocorrelation. Henley A. () On regional growth convergence in Great Britain, Regional Stud This paper examines recent sub-regional output data for Great Britain to identify possible.

Cheshire and G. Carbonaro --Regional Economic Convergence in Great Britain and Germany / K. Button and E. Pentecost --The Nature of Changes in the EU Cost Structure of Production An RAS Approach / J. van der Linden and E. Dietzenbacher --Cohesion Policies and Future Regional Demographic and Participation Changes in the European.

This book sets out the history and proposes the economic explanation of 'the great convergence' that has occurred since about The story Regional economic convergence in Great Britain and Germany book tells is that from toglobalisation led to a great divergence whereby the G7 took over the world from the A7 (ancient civilisations) and manufactured and exported goods to the rest of /5(56).

Joseph Smith is a reader in American diplomatic history in the department of history at the University of Exeter. He is the editor of History, the journal of the Historical Association of Great Britain, and the author of seven books, most recently Historical Dictionary of United States-Latin American Relations and The United States and Latin America: A History of American Diplomacy, Downloadable.

Abstract. Economic disparities between the regions of the European Union are of constant concern both for policy and economic research. In this paper, we examine whether there are overlapping trends of regional development in the EU: overall convergence, on the one hand, and persistent or even increasing spatial concentration (agglomeration), on the other.

The idea of convergence in economics (also sometimes known as the catch-up effect) is the hypothesis that poorer economies' per capita incomes will tend to grow at faster rates than richer economies. As a result, all economies should eventually converge in terms of per capita income.

Developing countries have the potential to grow at a faster rate than developed countries because diminishing.

Fig. 2 shows regional income inequality in Spain at province level (NUTS3) between and and confirms the presence of an inverted U-shaped curve. We observe an upward trend in regional income inequality from to 42 From then on convergence across Spanish provinces predominates. This downward trend was particularly strong from tobut in recent decades regional.

Annual growth rates in regional output per capita for eastern and western Germany (measured in constant prices, rounded) Great Britain and France. regional convergence. Economic. The Study of Convergence and Divergence in Relations Between the Britain and Europe Abdollah Mehraban Department of Regional studies, Faculty of Law & Political Science, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran I.

Introduction In certain periods of time when the European Union is grappling with the challenges, the United Kingdom has. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library.

ISBN 0 2. ISBN 0 0 pbk) Library of Congress catalog card number Typeset by Type Study, Scarborough. Printed in Great Britain by the Cromwell Press Ltd, Broughton Gifford, Melksham, Wiltshire.

American Economic Review, 97(4): Sng, T H. (), “Size and Dynastic Decline: The Principal-Agent Problem in Late Imperial China ” Explorations in Economic History, Vries, P. (), State, Economy and the Great Divergence: Great Britain and China, ss.

London: Bloomsbury. Endnotes. Empirical studies on regional economic development in Europe traditionally concluded that income per capita converged at a steady rate of about 2%.

Recent studies on regional disparity have repudiated these findings: in the s convergence was absent in Europe. This paper adds some new empirical findings. Regional convergence in the European community.

London: Centre for Economic Policy Research, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Damien J Neven; Claudine Gouyette; Centre for Economic Policy Research (Great Britain).

Even so, Britain remains the fifth most unequal country among 34 OECD countries for which data are available. This “90/10” measure suggests that regional inequality is about 10% worse in Britain than in Germany, and about 40% worse than in the. The Great Divergence or European miracle is the socioeconomic shift in which the Western world (i.e.

Western Europe and the parts of the New World where its people became the dominant populations) overcame pre-modern growth constraints and emerged during the 19th century as the most powerful and wealthy world civilization, eclipsing Mughal India, Qing China, the Islamic World, Joseon Korea.

Former World War II Axis nations including Italy, Germany, and Japan rebuilt their economic bases into economies not dissimilar to those that existed among the Allied Powers of the United States, the Soviet Union, and Great Britain.

Income convergence is clearly taking place within the EU as a whole, but contrasting trends emerge from one country to another, calling for a closer look at regional economic development.

This contribution is the second in a new CEPS series on economic and social convergence in the EU, focusing on the features of income convergence across. The world after covid Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo on how economies can rebound. A pandemic is akin to a war.

Countries can recover surprisingly fast. Of special interest is their article ‘Convergence across states and regions’ in Brookings Papers on Economic Activity () and in Barro's Getting It Right (), in which the coauthors and author introduce assessments of and predictions for economic convergence between the eastern and western regions of reunified Germany.There was also a relatively large variation between regional levels of economic activity in Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and the United Kingdom (note the data for London cover the NUTS level 1 region); in each case, the capital city region recorded GDP per inhabitant that was more than times as high as that recorded in the region with.Why did Great Britain initially refuse to join the European Economic Community (EEC) established by Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands in ?

It flinched at the prospect of losing status through absorption into the European continent.