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The Resource Sustainable Growth and Development in a Regional Economy

Sustainable Growth and Development in a Regional Economy

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Sustainable Growth and Development in a Regional Economy
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Sustainable Growth and Development in a Regional Economy
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New Frontiers in Regional Science: Asian Perspectives Ser.
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v.13
Sustainable Growth and Development in a Regional Economy
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Sustainable Growth and Development in a Regional Economy
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Introduction and Summary -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.1.1 Population in Asian Countries -- 1.1.2 Urbanization in Asian Countries -- 1.1.3 Agglomeration in Asian Countries -- 1.1.4 Environments in Asian Countries -- 1.1.5 Transportation in Asian Countries -- 1.2 Summary in This Book -- 1.2.1 Part I -- 1.2.2 Part II -- References -- Part I The Basic Model of Regional Economy -- 2 Regional Agglomeration and Spatial Economics -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Basic Model -- 2.2.1 Households -- 2.2.2 Production -- Agricultural Goods -- Manufactured Goods -- 2.3 Equilibrium -- 2.3.1 Equilibrium in the Short Run -- 2.3.2 Equilibrium in the Long Run -- 2.4 Welfare -- 2.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 3 Urban Unemployment and Urban-Rural Migration -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Model -- 3.2.1 Production -- Manufactured Goods Sector -- Agricultural Goods Sector -- 3.2.2 Households -- 3.3 Equilibrium and Comparative Statics -- 3.3.1 Equilibrium -- 3.3.2 Comparative Statics -- 3.4 Policy Effects in a Dualistic Economy -- 3.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 4 Neoclassical Economic Growth and Public Policy -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Neoclassical Growth Model -- 4.3 Neoclassical Optimal Growth Model -- 4.4 Technological Progress -- 4.5 Neoclassical Economic Growth and Public Policy -- 4.6 Overlapping Generations Model -- 4.7 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 5 Endogenous Growth Model with Public Financed R&D -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The Model -- 5.3 Government Policy -- 5.4 Dynamic Equilibrium -- 5.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 6 Emission Tax Timing and a Monopoly Market -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Model of a Time-Consistent Emission Tax -- 6.2.1 Market and Technology -- 6.2.2 Social Welfare and Environmental Damage -- 6.2.3 Timing of the Game -- 6.3 Analysis of Time-Consistent Emission Tax -- 6.3.1 Production
  • 6.3.2 Emission Tax -- 6.3.3 Emission Reduction -- 6.4 Case of Laissez-Faire -- 6.5 Effect of Time-Consistent Emission Tax -- 6.5.1 Sign of the Emission Tax Rate -- 6.5.2 Social Welfare and Time-Consistent Emission Tax -- 6.5.3 Emissions-Reduction Effect of a Time-Consistent Emission Subsidy -- 6.6 Precommitment Case of Emissions Tax -- 6.6.1 Timing -- 6.6.2 Production -- 6.6.3 Environmental R&D -- 6.6.4 Emission Tax -- 6.7 Comparison of Tax Regimes -- 6.7.1 Emission Tax Rate -- 6.7.2 Environmental R&D Efforts -- 6.7.3 Production Level -- 6.7.4 Emissions -- 6.7.5 Firm Profit -- 6.7.6 Social Welfare -- 6.8 Conclusion -- References -- 7 The Basic Model of Illegal Dumping and Recycling of Wastes -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.1.1 Extended Producer Responsibility -- 7.1.2 Related Research -- 7.2 The Model -- 7.2.1 Firm X (Firm that Produces the Goods by Using the Virgin Resource) -- 7.2.2 Firm Y (Firm that Produces the Goods by Using the Recycled Resource) -- 7.2.3 Household -- 7.2.4 Market Equilibrium -- 7.3 Social Welfare and First Best -- 7.3.1 Social Optimum -- 7.3.2 Is the First Best Optimum Achievable? -- 7.4 Optimal Waste Disposal Policies -- 7.4.1 Added Policies -- 7.4.2 Optimal Policies -- 7.5 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 8 The Basic Model of Airline Network -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Literature Review -- 8.3 The Model -- 8.4 Deviation of Each Outcome -- 8.5 Comparison of Each Outcome -- 8.5.1 Comparison of Flight Frequency -- 8.5.2 Comparison of Demand -- 8.6 Profit-Maximizing Network Formation and Hub Location -- 8.7 Social Welfare -- 8.8 Extension -- 8.9 Implications -- 8.10 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Part II Sustainable Growth and Development -- 9 Urban Unemployment, Privatization Policy, and a Differentiated Mixed Oligopoly -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 The Model -- 9.2.1 Household -- 9.2.2 Production -- Agricultural Goods Sector
  • Manufactured Goods Sector -- 9.3 Urban-Rural Migration -- 9.3.1 Effect of Public Firm's Privatization on Urban Unemployment -- 9.3.2 Effect of Public Firm Privatization on Social Welfare -- 9.4 Concluding Remarks -- 9.5 Effect of Public Firm's Privatization on Production -- 9.5.1 Effect of k on Production of Public Firm -- 9.5.2 Effect of k on Private Firm Production -- Appendix -- Effect of Public Firm Privatization on Prices of Firms and the Price Index -- Effect of k on the Equilibrium Price of the Private Firm -- Effect of k on Equilibrium Price of Public Firm -- Equilibrium Price of Price Index -- References -- 10 The Network Analysis of Transportation -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Model -- 10.2.1 Passengers' Utility Function -- 10.3 The Decision on Flight Frequency and Quantity -- 10.3.1 Major Carrier Enters Route BC and Regional Carrier Enters Route AC -- 10.3.2 Major Carrier Enters Route BC and Regional Carrier Enters Route BC -- 10.3.3 Major Carrier Enters Route AC and Regional Carrier Enters Route AC -- 10.3.4 Major Carrier Enters Route AC and Regional Carrier Enters Route BC -- 10.4 Comparison of the Number of Passengers -- 10.4.1 Comparison of Airline M's Number of Passengers -- 10.4.2 Comparison of Airline R's Number of Passenger -- 10.5 Entry Route Decision by the Regional Carrier -- 10.5.1 Given that the Major Carrier Enters Route BC -- 10.5.2 Given that the Major Carrier Enters Route AC -- 10.6 Entry Route Decision by the Major Carrier -- 10.6.1 The Case that Ý{u2264}0.853 -- 10.6.2 The Case that Ý{u2265}0.853 -- 10.7 Social Welfare -- 10.8 Extension -- 10.9 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 11 R&D Policy and Political Corruption in a Growing Economy -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Basic Endogenous Growth Model (Model of Chapter 5) -- 11.3 Political Corruption -- 11.4 Concluding Remarks -- References
  • 12 Fertility, Costs for Children and Public Policy -- 12.1 Public Support for Children and Public Subsidy for Children -- 12.1.1 Consumers -- 12.1.2 Firms -- 12.1.3 Government -- 12.1.4 Economic Growth Rate -- Market Equilibrium -- The Number of Children -- Economic Growth Rate -- 12.1.5 Policy Effects -- 12.1.6 Welfare Effect -- 12.2 Public Education and Social Security -- 12.2.1 Model -- Consumers -- Firms -- Government -- 12.2.2 Number of Children -- 12.2.3 Economic Growth Rate -- 12.2.4 Policy Effect -- Wage Income Tax -- Allocation Between Public Investment in Education and Social Security Benefits -- Capital Income Tax -- Education Tax and Social Security Tax -- 12.3 Concluding Remarks -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- References -- 13 Environmental R&D Organization in a Differentiated Cournot Duopoly -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Model -- 13.2.1 Market Structure and Consumers -- 13.2.2 Environmental R&D and Cost -- 13.2.3 Environmental Externality and Social Welfare -- 13.2.4 Timing and R&D Regimes -- 13.3 Environmental R&D Competition -- 13.3.1 Production -- 13.3.2 Emission Tax -- 13.3.3 Environmental R&D -- 13.4 Environmental R&D Cartelization -- 13.4.1 Production -- 13.4.2 Emission Tax -- 13.4.3 Environmental R&D -- 13.5 Comparison Between Two R&D Regimes -- 13.5.1 Environmental R&D Effort -- 13.5.2 Production Level -- 13.5.3 Emission Tax Rate -- 13.5.4 Total Emissions -- 13.5.5 Profits -- 13.5.6 Social Welfare -- 13.5.7 Sign of Emission Tax Rate -- 13.5.8 Emission-Reducing Effect -- 13.6 Policy Implications -- 13.7 Policy Design and Japan's Experiences -- 13.8 Conclusion -- References -- 14 Recycling Activities and Unemployment in Economically Developing Countries -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.1.1 Recycling Activities and Unemployment -- 14.1.2 Related Research -- 14.2 The Model of Recycling by Informal Sectors -- 14.2.1 Production Sector
  • Agriculture Sector -- Industrial Sector -- Recycling Sector -- Informal Sector -- 14.2.2 Household -- 14.3 Market Equilibrium on Recycling by Informal Sectors -- 14.4 Welfare Analysis on Recycling by Informal Sectors -- 14.5 The Model of Landfill Location -- 14.5.1 Intermediate Goods Sector -- 14.5.2 Final Goods Sector -- 14.5.3 Waste Collection Sector -- 14.5.4 Household -- 14.5.5 Recycling Activities by Informal Sector -- 14.6 Market Equilibrium on Landfill Location -- 14.6.1 Market Equilibrium in the Case in Which the Landfill Is in a Rural Area -- Effects of Intermediate Goods Prices -- Effects of Waste Collection Technology -- 14.6.2 Market Equilibrium for the Case in Which the Landfill Is in an Urban Area -- Effects of Urban Environment Improvement -- 14.7 Comparative Analysis for Cases Where a Landfill Exists in an Urban Area or in a Rural Area -- 14.8 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Further Reading -- Index
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