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Title: The Empirics of New Economic Geography

Author(s): Stephen J. Redding

Publication Date: May 2009

Keyword(s): Industrial Location, Market Access, Multiple Equilibria and New Economic Geography

Programme Area(s): International Trade and Regional Economics

Abstract: Although a rich and extensive body of theoretical research on new economic geography has emerged, empirical research remains comparatively less well developed. This paper reviews the existing empirical literature on the predictions of new economic geography models for the distribution of income and production across space. The discussion highlights connections with other research in regional and urban economics, identification issues, potential alternative explanations and possible areas for further research.

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Redding, S. 2009. 'The Empirics of New Economic Geography'. London, Centre for Economic Policy Research. https://cepr.org/active/publications/discussion_papers/dp.php?dpno=7307