Modelling globalization: a spatial econometric analysis

B. Fingleton

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Abstract

We live in a state of global interdependency, in which actions, events and decisions made in one country may have ramifications for many others. Although the phenomena associated with globalization are far reaching and the concern of many disciplines, from the perspective of a geographical economist, it is natural to focus on the economic consequences and causes of globalization. I therefore commence with a working definition of globalization as the increased interdependence of national economies, and the trend towards greater integration of goods and factor markets (Neary 2003), in an attempt to provide a focus for the discussion.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationGlobalization and Regional Economic Modeling
PublisherSpringer
Pages393-416
Number of pages23
ISBN (Print)9783540724438
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2007

Publication series

NameAdvances in Spatial Science
PublisherSpringer

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Spatial econometrics
Modeling
Econometric analysis
Globalization
National economy
Interdependencies
Factor markets
Economists
Economic consequences
Interdependence

Keywords

  • globalization
  • spatial econometric analysis
  • economics
  • econometrics

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Fingleton, B. (2007). Modelling globalization: a spatial econometric analysis. In Globalization and Regional Economic Modeling (pp. 393-416). (Advances in Spatial Science). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-72444-5_16
Fingleton, B. / Modelling globalization: a spatial econometric analysis. Globalization and Regional Economic Modeling. Springer, 2007. pp. 393-416 (Advances in Spatial Science).
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