By Euijune Kim, Brian H. S. Kim
This ebook makes a speciality of the applying of newly innovated analytical instruments for sustainable improvement on neighborhood monetary and environmental matters in Korea. With a number of case experiences, the authors discover a chain of theoretical versions and empirical tools together with spatial CCE version, multiregional Input-Output and econometric research, logit version, contingent valuation strategy, GIS, pattern choice version, computing device studying approach, stochastic frontier research, and panel research. those types and strategies are adapted to spatial improvement matters reminiscent of agglomeration, clustering and business innovation, human capital and exertions industry, schooling and R&D investments and fiscal resilience for nearby economies and unforeseen catastrophe, and common assets for environmental markets. Quantitative local monetary and Environmental research for Sustainability in Korea is of specific curiosity to coverage makers and practitioners, in addition to learn students energetic in sustainability science.
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