Last edited by Shakagal
Tuesday, August 4, 2020 | History

4 edition of Regional disparities in the spatial correlation of state income growth found in the catalog.

Regional disparities in the spatial correlation of state income growth

Thomas A. Garrett

Regional disparities in the spatial correlation of state income growth

by Thomas A. Garrett

  • 226 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in [St. Louis, Mo.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Economic indicators -- United States -- States.,
    • Income -- United States -- Regional disparities.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Thomas A. Garrett, Gary A. Wagner, and David C. Wheelock.
      SeriesWorking paper ;, 2005-061A, Working paper (Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis : Online) ;, 2005-061A.
      ContributionsWagner, Gary A., Wheelock, David C., Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHB1
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3479228M
      LC Control Number2005620365

        The economic liberalization during the last couple of decades led to impressive economic growth and poverty reduction in many developing countries. This period has also witnessed worsening of income inequality and widening of spatial disparity (World Development Report (); Kanbur and Venables (); Kim ()). There is considerable worry among. Spatial correlation and demography. Exploring India’s demographic patterns S. Oliveau, UMR Géographie-cités, Paris [email protected] CZ Guilmoto, LPED/IRD, Paris [email protected] Introduction Demographers often use maps and regional tabulations to demonstrate the spatial dimension of.

      This chapter analyzes the emergence of disparities in income and development levels between Brazil’s main regions, in particular the gap that exists between the comparatively rich South and Southeast and the poorer North and West regions. Economic activity and the population are concentrated in a small part of the territory. Even within this reduced area, the geographical distribution is. Regional Income Convergence, Two Spatial Regimes, Spatial Dependence, Spillover Effects, JEL Classification: C21, O18, R 1. Introduction. Economic growth is a topic that has for a long time atrracted the attention of economists, more so in recent decades. The relationship between economic growth and its determinants has been studied extensively.

      fastest growth of per capita income. In India, southern states have come to prominence in manufacturing and tradable services (Besley and Burgess ). The spatial concentration of new activities also occurs at a much finer level of disaggregation than suggested by state or province level data. In virtually all countries. Regional disparities in regional development of the Czech Republic to staff of state authorities and regional offices engaging in regional policy or regional „Regional disparity means unbalanced spatial structures in some region or in different regions “.File Size: 2MB.


Share this book
You might also like
little Yankee

little Yankee

technique of clear writing

technique of clear writing

present phase of economic and social development in the U.S.S.R.

present phase of economic and social development in the U.S.S.R.

Oregon advantage

Oregon advantage

Winner

Winner

broad way, and other poems on the Great War.

broad way, and other poems on the Great War.

Poultry under confinement

Poultry under confinement

Your Paycheck

Your Paycheck

Organization and management structure of American furniture companies

Organization and management structure of American furniture companies

Politics and prostitution

Politics and prostitution

My Friend Luke the Stenciller

My Friend Luke the Stenciller

chart of the navigable reaches of the River Severn and Gloucester and Berkeley Ship Canal.

chart of the navigable reaches of the River Severn and Gloucester and Berkeley Ship Canal.

About photography.

About photography.

A Genetic study of the spirit-phenomena in the New Testament

A Genetic study of the spirit-phenomena in the New Testament

M16/M4 handbook

M16/M4 handbook

Land, economy, and society in tsarist Russia

Land, economy, and society in tsarist Russia

Regional disparities in the spatial correlation of state income growth by Thomas A. Garrett Download PDF EPUB FB2

We extend the basic spatial econometric model used in the growth literature by allowing spatial correlation in state income growth to vary across geographic regions. We find positive spatial correlation in income growth rates across neighboring states, but that the strength of this spatial correlation varies considerably by region.

Spatial correlation in income growth is highest for states Cited by: We extend the basic spatial econometric model used in the growth literature by allowing spatial correlation in state income growth to vary across geographic regions.

We find positive spatial correlation in income growth rates across neighboring states, but that the strength of this spatial correlation varies considerably by region. Spatial correlation in income growth is highest for states.

Consistent with the broader literature, we find evidence of positive spatial correlation in state-level income growth across the United States as a whole. That is, when spatial correlation is assumed to affect all states equally, we find that a given state’s income growth is directly related to the income growth of its neighbors.

Regional Disparities in the Spatial Correlation of State Income Growth Article in The Annals of Regional Science 41(3) August with 5 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Spatial effects of regional income disparities and growth in the EU countries and regions Tiiu Paas1, Friso Schlitte2 1 University of Tartu, Estonia, @ 2 HWWI, Germany, [email protected] Abstract The paper aims to offer empirical insights in the regional income disparities and growth.

Regional resources exchange and move will generate correlations for their spatial relationship which are called ties. Nodes and ties further establish the spatial association network for regional economic growth.

Analysis of the spatial network’s topology structure contributes to the study of features and function : Fengrong Liu, Zhengxia Tang, Lapo Hou. regions and generated rapid income growth in the core regions.

This led to widening differentials in per-capita incomes between the core and peripheral regions. Over time however, a diffusion of income generating factors leads to the subsequent slowing and eventual decline in regional income Size: KB.

parities in regional income and economic growth by using da ta on Poland’s economic growth and spatial incom e disparities over sixteen pro vinces for the period from to This chapter helps to speed that adoption by investigating the role of spatial dependence and spatial scale in the analysis of regional income inequality in the US over the period.

The findings reveal a strong positive relationship between measures of inequality in state incomes and the degree of spatial autocorrelation. the US regional economic per capita income-unconditional convergence for the period, using spatial econometric analysis.

The authors find strong patterns of both global and local spatial autocorrelation, and show that the magnitude of the spatial effects is significant and positively correlated with US regional income. On the measurement of regional inequality: does spatial dimension of income inequality matter.

as well as the relationship between the regional inequality measures versus the number of regions (k), the population size, and the area size of a system under observation. Initial points for this discussion.

The paper aims to offer empirical insights in the regional income disparities and growth giving emphasis on exploring spatial effects of income growth and convergence in the EU countries and their NUTS3 level regions. Spatial econometric methods are. rent situation regarding regional income disparities.

When viewed in a dynamic context, changes in the shape characteristics of these distributions can illuminate aspects of the regional growth processes. For example, figure 1 summarizes the evolution of the state income distributions at yearintervals beginning in Spatial disparities and development policy (English) Abstract.

The Berlin workshop series presents a selection of papers from meetings held on September October 2,at the tenth annual Berlin workshop, jointly organized by InWent-Capacity Building International, Germany, and the World Bank in preparation Cited by: the role of spatial dependence in regional income convergence we use both non-spatial and spatial estimation techniques.

The paper is organized as follows: Section 2 introduces theoretical framework and section 3 for exploring regional income convergence. Section 3 gives a short overview of data used for empirical analysis.

Spatial econometric analysis of regional income convergence: The case of North Carolina and Virginia The goal of the present study is to determine if there is a disparity in terms of regional beta convergence, sigma convergence, and spatial dependence between two states that share a similar significance of the spatial lag of growth on File Size: KB.

It combines various exploratory analytical tools of spatial disparities, including inequality indices, mobility indices, kernel density estimation, spatial autocorrelation statistics and scale variances, to analyse regional average per capita income distributions at multiple spatial scales, ranging from counties to multi-state by:   This methodology is used on census data to analyse disparities in the spatial distribution of income in Philadelphia to illustrate and compare the use, the basic measure and its weighted versions, and to identify and map general patterns of urban spatial income disparity.

It is found that spatial income disparity is manifested in rings Cited by: Regional disparities in well-being are a component of overall inequality in quality of life among individuals.

These disparities emerge when there are regions that perform better than others in terms of human then leads to an uneven distribution of quality of life across spatial units. The main aim of this study is to describe the spatial patterns of local income inequalities by employing techniques of spatial exploratory data analysis.

Global and local measures of spatial autocorrelation were computed in order to obtain estimates for the existing spatial autocorrelation at the local income. issue of differences in terms of provincial fiscal capacities and attempted to quantify regional economic disparities.

Here, regional disparities were defined in terms of the difference between a province’s level of income (measured as personal income per capita) and that of the nationalCited by: 2.The unifying theme of this dissertation is spatial inequality, or regional disparities, driven by two primary motivations.

First, spatial inequality can contribute to the overall inequality across households or individuals. Second, spatial inequality can jeopardize the .Deemed one of the major concerns of our time, income inequality has been on the rise for decades.

While there is ample discussion and a vast body of knowledge already written on the subject, the focus of this chapter is on tracing the geography of rising inequality starting in the s.

An absence of support to maintain a middle class, an erosion of the value of wage labour, and stagnant Author: Amy Glasmeier.