Spatial Dynamics of European Integration
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Although it is agreed that the dual development of monetary integration and territorial enlargement are likely to generate profound effects on European spatial structure, in both West and East, much uncertainty centres around the question of what changes will be brought about. This book furthers our economic understanding of the opportunities and challenges offered by these developments. The emphasis is primarily on the economic agenda associated with European integration. The complete Table of Contents can be found on the Internet.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Although it is agreed that the dual development of monetary integration and territorial enlargement are likely to generate profound effects on European spatial structure, in both West and East, much uncertainty centres around the question of what changes will be brought about. This book furthers our economic understanding of the opportunities and challenges offered by these developments. The emphasis is primarily on the economic agenda associated with European integration. The complete Table of Contents can be found on the Internet.
  • Produktdetails
  • Advances in Spatial Science
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer Berlin Heidelberg / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 10694380
  • 1999.
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26. Juli 1999
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 240mm x 162mm x 28mm
  • Gewicht: 712g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540658177
  • ISBN-10: 3540658173
  • Artikelnr.: 08384041
Autorenporträt
Manfred M. Fischer (born in 1947, Nuremberg, Germany) graduated in geography and mathematics from the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen (Germany). He holds a Ph.D. (summa cum laude) on urban modelling from the same university (1975), and a habilitation degree in human geography from the University of Vienna (1982). Since 1988 he is professor in economic geography and GIScience at the Vienna University of Economics and Business.
For more than thirty years he has consistently made significant contributions to regional science and GIScience in general, and spatial analysis, GeoComputation and spatial econometrics in particular. He has published widely, both books and articles in more than 30 distinct academic journals.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface 1.Spatial Dynamics of European Economic Integration:Prologue Manfred M. Fischer and Peter Nijkamp PART A: European Monetary Unification and Implications 2. Winners and Losers in the European Monetary Union Peter Nijkamp and Shunli Wang 3. Costs of European Monetary Union: Evidence of Monetary and Fiscal Policy Effectiveness Helene Schuberth and Gert D. Wehinger 4. Specialisation in Europe and Asymmetric Shocks: Potential Risks of EMU Ral Ramos, Miquel Clar and Jordi Surinach 5. The Regional Impact of the Single Currency Martin Hallet 6. Trade and Investments in the EMU Regions Dino Martellato 7. Convergence of European Financial Systems: Banks or Equity Markets? Victor Murinde, Juda Agung and Andy Mullineux PART B: Economic Integration, Cohesion and Regional Policy 8. The Dynamics of Economic Integration and Cohesion in the EU: Experiences from the Past and Challenges for the Future Willem Molle 9. The Control of Regional State Aid under EU Competition Policy and Its Effects on Economic and Social Cohesion Carmen Benavides and Margarita Argüelles 10.On-Going European Integration and the Position of the Regions: An Analysis of the Process and Some Possible Future Scenarios Hendrik Vos 11.Convergence, Dualism and Regional Disparities: The Italian Case Stefano Casini Benvenuti, Alessandro Cavalieri and Renato Panicci 12.Capital and Labour Productivity Convergence of Manufacturing Industry in the Regions of Greece Konstantinos A. Melachroinos and Nigel Spence 13.Prospects of the Finnish Regional Development under EMU and Deepening Integration Marko Ovaskainen PART C: Community Enlargement Towards Central and Eastern Europe: Problems and Prospects 14.The Problem of Transition and Reintegration of East and Central Europe: Conceptual Remarks and Empirical Problems Andreas P. Cornett 15.The Central and Eastern European Union Enlargement and the EMU: Nominal Convergence and the Optimum Currency Areas Approach Joan Costa Font and Joan Batalla Bejerano 16.The DutchGolden Age and the Rise of Capitalism in Central and Eastern Europe: A Neo-Institutional Comparative Analysis Piet de Vries and Raymond J.G.M. Florax 17.Economic Impacts of the EU Enlargement on Austrian Regions Peter Mayerhofer and Gerhard R.M. Palme Subject Index Author Index List of Contributors