Shifts in Economic Geography and Their Causes.
Recent decades have seen momentous changes in the economic geography of the world. Political transitions and economic liberalization have brought formerly closed countries into the world economy. Such changes have challenged our understanding of the location of economic activity and of the determinants of changes in the pattern of location. In a presentation at the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's 2006 economic symposium, "The New Economic Geography: Effects and Policy Implications," Ven...Expand abstract
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