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Waikato Management School
Te Raupapa

ECON439-17S (HAM) - Urban and Regional Economics (2017)

Introduction


Credit points

20.00

Calendar description

This paper analyses: economic forces that shape the internal spatial structure of urban areas and systems as a whole, economic basis of patterns of regional growth and development and rationale and effectiveness of regional policies followed by selected countries. Offered in alternate years.

Handbook description

This paper analyses the economic forces which shape the internal spatial structure of urban areas and the urban systems as a whole focusing on Asia and Europe, the economic basis of patterns of regional growth and development; and the rationale and effectiveness of the regional policies followed by selected countries. 

Extended Information
This paper analyses economic forces that shape the internal spatial structure of urban areas and systems as a whole, economic basis of patterns of regional growth and development, and rationale and effectiveness of regional policies followed by selected countries.