Regional Economic Development Research is an international, multidisciplinary journal focused on the regular problems in the development of regional economy. The journal exists to improve the understanding of economic, social, environmental and political implications of regional development. The main focus is on regional construction and planning, spatial structure and regional resource development.
More typical areas of interests include analysis of regional characteristics, evolution of industrial structure, population growth and movement, urban construction and layout, regional land planning, regional association and coordination of interregional interests, regional proportion relationship. Research articles, reviews, letters and case studies are mainly welcomed.
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by Arup Mitra
ABSTRACT: For assessing the role of urbanization in reducing poverty this paper based on secondary datatries to examine the nature of relationship among urbanisation, migration and informal sector...
by Lisi Gaetano
ABSTRACT: As opposed to a recent criticism (according to which a model à la Pissarides inherently generates a downward sloping Beveridge curve), this short theoretical paper shows that a baseline...
by Kai Zhao, Lixiang Wang
ABSTRACT: Innovation is the source of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship is the value embodiment of innovation, and the two are inseparable. At a time when dividends such as population, reform and opening...