Author: Pontus Braunerhjelm,Ricardo Faini,Victor Norman,Francis Ruane,Paul Seabright
Publisher: Centre for Economic Policy Research (May 1, 2000)
Category: Politics & Government
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by Pontus Braunerhjelm.
by Pontus Braunerhjelm.
Authors: Victor Norman Pontus Braunerhjelm Frances Ruane Paul Seabright.
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Are you sure you want to remove The Location of Economic Activity In The EU from your list? The Location of Economic Activity In The EU. Monitoring European Integration No. 10. by Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ricardo Faini, Victor Norman, Francis Ruane, Paul Seabright.
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Braunerhjelm, . R. Faini, V. D. Norman, F. Ruane and P. Seabright (2000) ‘Integration . Brülhart, M. and J. Torstensson (1996) ‘Regional integration, scale economies and industry location in the European Union’, CEPR Discussion Paper No. 1435.
Breinlich, H. (2003) Economic Geography and the Regional Income Structure in the EU, London: LSE, Centre for Economic Performance.
Pontus Braunerhjelm earned his P. In 2000 he participated in the CEPR Monitoring European Integration report (with co-authors R. Faini, . . at the Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, in 1994. His has published extensively in journals and also contributed to several books internationally published. Seabright).
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American regions with a concentration of economic activity also have a concentration of people. Incomes per person are therefore less unequal than in Europe. Barriers in the EU have been coming down thanks to the single market and now, for the 11 members, the single currency. Integration and the Regions of Europe: How the Right Policies Can Prevent Polarisation" by Pontus Braunerhjelm, Riccardo Faini, Victor Norman, Frances Ruane and Paul Seabright, CEPR.
By Francis Ruans, Paul Seabright, Pontus Braunerhjelm, Ricardo Faini, and Victor Norman May 1, 2000.
This Report analyses how the geographic pattern of production and employment in Europe will be affected by market integration, increased direct investment, more mobile financial capital and a sharper, global division of labour. The authors then trace the implications of such changes for local policy (local tax, expenditure and industrial policy) and finally discuss how the subsidiary principle should be implemented to ensure that local policies contribute to overall economic efficiency and other common goals.