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Methods of regional analysis

W. Isard

Methods of regional analysis

an introduction to regional science

by W. Isard

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Published by M.I.T. Press .
Written in English


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This book aims to provide an introduction into spatial data analysis to graduates interested in applied statistical research. The text has been structured from a data-driven rather than a theory-based perspective, and focuses on those models, methods and techniques which are both accessible and of practical use for graduate : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Walter Isard is the author of Methods of Interregional and Regional Analysis ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Industrial Complex /5.


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This landmark textbook introduces students to the principles of regional science and focuses on the key methods used in regional analysis, including regional and interregional input-output analysis, econometrics (regional and spatial), programming and industrial and urban complex analysis, gravity and spatial interaction models, SAM and social accounting (welfare) analysis and applied general.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Contents: 1. The setting and introduction Location analysis for industry and service trades: comparative cost and other approaches Regional and interregional input-output analysis Regional and spatial econometric analysis Programming and industrial and urban.

Planning Support Methods: Richard E. Klosterman: Hardcover: Earth Sciences - Geography book. Planning Support Methods describes and applies the most important and widely used urban and regional analysis and projection methods.

It updates and extends Richard Klosterman’s widely used Community Analysis and Planning Techniques (Rowman and Littlefield ) by providing the latest information on the population and employment analysis and projection methods covered in the earlier text.

Book Description. This landmark textbook introduces students to the principles of regional science and focuses on the key methods used in regional analysis, including regional and interregional input-output analysis, econometrics (regional and spatial), programming and industrial and urban complex analysis, gravity and spatial interaction models, SAM and social accounting (welfare) analysis.

Methods of Regional Analysis: An Introduction to Regional Science. Economic Geography: Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. Cited by: Methods of regional analysis: an introduction to regional science, by Walter Isard in association with David F. Bramhall [and others].M.I.T. Press in English. In a way, Methods could be viewed as an addition to Isard’s own classic trilogy, Location and Space Economy, General Theory, and Methods of Regional Analysis, but it is probably better represented as an updated Methods of Regional Analysis.

Like the original, it is a multiauthored work. This landmark textbook introduces students to the principles of regional science and focuses on the key methods used in regional analysis, including regional and interregional input-output analysis, econometrics (regional and spatial), programming and industrial and urban complex analysis, gravity and spatial interaction models, SAM and social accounting (welfare) analysis and applied Cited by: Jennifer J.

Clark, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, teaches courses in urban and regional economic development theory, analysis, and practice as well as research design and methods. She holds a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University.

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This landmark textbook introduces students to the principles of regional science and focuses on the key methods used in regional analysis, including regional and interregional input-output analysis, econometrics (regional and spatial), programming and industrial and urban complex analysis, gravity and spatial interaction models, SAM and social accounting (welfare) analysis and applied general Price: $Book Review: Applied Methods of Regional Analysis: The Spatial Dimensions of Development Policy by DENNIS A.

RONDINELLI. Epping, Essex: Bowker Publishing Co. (UK suppliers for Westview Press). pp. £ Regional Development Policy: The Struggle for Rural Progress in Low-Income Nations by ROBERT : A. Morris.The planning support toolkit is a collection of Excel workbooks that implement the urban and regional analysis and projection methods described in Klosterman, Brooks, Drucker, Feser, and Renski.