Urban form and transport accessibility [Research Reviews]

Von Thunen, J.H. (1826), Der isolierte Staat, translated to English by Wartenberg, C. (1966), Von Thunen's 'Isolated state': an English edition, Oxford: Pergamon Press. -- Weber, A. (1909), Über den standort der industrien, translated to English by Friedrich, C.J. (1929), Theory of th...

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Main Author: Mulley, Corinne
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Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd 2012
Series:Elgar research reviews in economics
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Summary:Von Thunen, J.H. (1826), Der isolierte Staat, translated to English by Wartenberg, C. (1966), Von Thunen's 'Isolated state': an English edition, Oxford: Pergamon Press. -- Weber, A. (1909), Über den standort der industrien, translated to English by Friedrich, C.J. (1929), Theory of the location of Industries, Chicago: University of Chicago. -- Walter Christaller (1972), 'How I Discovered the Theory of Central Places: A Report about the Origin of Central Places', in Paul Ward English and Robert C. Mayfield (eds), Man, Space and Environment: Concepts in Contemporary Human Geography, New York, NY, USA: Oxford University Press, 601-10, reset -- August Lösch (1938), 'The Nature of Economic Regions', Southern Economic Journal, 5 (1), July, 71-8, figures 1-14 -- Chauncy D. Harris and Edward L. Ullman (1945), 'The Nature of Cities', Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 242, November, 7-17 --
Recommended readings (Machine generated): Christaller, W. (1933), Die zentralen Orte in Süddeutschland Jena, translated to English by Baskin, C.C. (1966), Central Places in Southern Germany, London: Prentice-Hall. -- Duranton, G. and Puga, D. (2004), 'Micro-foundations of urban agglomeration economies', in J. Henderson and J. Thisse (eds), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, vol. 4, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 2064-117. -- Fujita, M. and Thisse, J. (2008), 'New Economic Geography: An appraisal on the occasion of Paul Krugman's 2008 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences', Regional Science and Urban Economics, 39 (2), 109-19. -- Hoyt, H. (1939), The Structure and Growth of Residential Neighborhoods in American Cities, Washington, DC: Federal Housing Administration. -- Richardson, H.W. (1974), Regional and Urban Economics, Harmondworth: Penguin Books Ltd. --
Walter G. Hansen (1959), 'How Accessibility Shapes Land Use', Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 25 (2), 73-6 -- A.G. Wilson (1971), 'A Family of Spatial Interaction Models, and Associated Developments', Environment and Planning, 3 (1), January, 1-32 -- Chauncy D. Harris (1954), 'The Market as a Factor in the Localization of Industry in the United States', Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 44 (4), December, 315-48 -- C. Clark, F. Wilson and J. Bradley (1969), 'Industrial Location and Economic Potential in Western Europe', Regional Studies, 3 (2), 197-212 -- J.M. Morris, P.L. Dumble and M.R. Wigan (1979), 'Accessibility Indicators for Transport Planning', Transportation Research A, 13A (2), April, 91-109 -- R.W. Vickerman (1974), 'Accessibility, Attraction, and Potential: A Review of Some Concepts and their Use in Determining Mobility', Environment and Planning A, 6 (6), June, 675-91
Masahisa Fujita and Tomoya Mori (1997), 'Structural Stability and Evolution of Urban Systems', Regional Science and Urban Economics, 27 (4-5), August, 399-442 -- Masahisa Fujita, Paul Krugman and Tomoya Mori (1999), 'On the Evolution of Hierarchical Urban Systems', European Economic Review, 43 (2), February, 209-51 -- Takatoshi Tabuchi and Jacques-François Thisse (2011), 'A New Economic Geography Model of Central Places', Journal of Urban Economics, 69 (2), March, 240-52
Gerald S. Goldstein and Leon N. Moses (1973), 'A Survey of Urban Economics', Journal of Economic Literature, 11 (2), June, 471-515 -- Gilles Duranton and Diego Puga (2000), 'Diversity and Specialisation in Cities: Why, Where and When Does it Matter?', Urban Studies, 37 (3), March, 533-55 -- Antonio Ciccone and Robert E. Hall (1996), 'Productivity and the Density of Economic Activity', American Economic Review, 86 (1), March, 54-70 -- J. Vernon Henderson (2003), 'Marshall's Scale Economies', Journal of Urban Economics, 53 (1), January, 1-28 -- Patricia C. Melo, Daniel J. Graham and Robert B. Noland (2009), 'A Meta-analysis of Estimates of Urban Agglomeration Economies', Regional Science and Urban Economics, 39 (3), May, 332-42 -- Anthony J. Venables (2007), 'Evaluating Urban Transport Improvements: Cost-Benefit Analysis in the Presence of Agglomeration and Income Taxation', Journal of Transport Economics and Policy, 41 (Part 2), May, 173-88 --
Harold Hotelling (1929), 'Stability in Competition', Economic Journal, 39 (153), March, 41-57 -- William Alonso (1960), 'A Theory of the Urban Land Market', Papers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association, 6 (1), January, 149-57 -- Walter Isard and Tony E. Smith (1967), 'Location Gāmes: With Applications to Classic Location Problems', Papers of the Regional Science Association, 19 (1), 45-80 -- Michael A. Goldberg (1970), 'Transportation, Urban Land Values, and Rents: A Synthesis', Land Economics, 46 (2), May, 153-62 -- Robert H. Nelson (1973), 'Accessibility and Rent: Applying Becker's "Time Price" Concept to the Theory of Residential Location', Urban Studies, 10 (1), February, 83-6 -- Robert M. Solow (1972), 'Congestion, Density and the Use of Land in Transportation', Swedish Journal of Economics, 74 (1), March, 161-73 -- Edwin S. Mills (1972), 'Markets and Efficient Resource Allocation in Urban Areas', Swedish Journal of Economics, 74, (1), March, 100-113 --
This important title provides a foundational understanding of the debates surrounding urban form and the ability of land use policy to deliver the preferred urban form. Professor Mulley has selected key published articles from disciplines at the interface of urban economics and transport economics. These are grouped together within a number of themes, beginning with the contribution of central place theories developed in the early twentieth century and ending with contemporary papers providing answers to current issues of cities
Brian J.L. Berry and William L. Garrison (1958), 'Recent Developments of Central Place Theory', Papers and Proceedings of the Regional Science Association, IV (1), January, 107-20 -- Martin J. Beckmann (1958), 'City Hierarchies and the Distribution of City Size', Economic Development and Cultural Change, 6 (3), April, 243-8 -- J.V. Henderson (1974), 'The Sizes and Types of Cities', American Economic Review, 64 (4), September, 640-56 -- Brian J.L. Berry (1964), 'Cities as Systems within Systems of Cities', Papers in Regional Science, 13 (1), 147-63 -- Paul Krugman (1991), 'Increasing Returns and Economic Geography', Journal of Political Economy, 99 (3), 483-99 -- Masahisa Fujita and Paul Krugman (1995), 'When is the Economy Monocentric?: von Thünen and Chamberlin Unified', Regional Science and Urban Economics, 25 (4), August, 505-28 --
P.M. Allen and M. Sanglier (1979), 'A Dynamic Model of Growth in a Central Place System', Geographical Analysis, 11 (3), July, 256-72 -- Francesca Medda, Peter Nijkamp and Piet Rietveld (2003), 'Urban Land Use for Transport Systems and City Shapes', Geographical Analysis, 35 (1), 46-57 -- Daniel J. Graham (2007), 'Variable Returns to Agglomeration and the Effect of Road Traffic Congestion', Journal of Urban Economics, 62 (1), July, 103-20
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