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Introduction to Spatial Spillovers: Viewpoints from Asia

Batabyal, Amitrajeet and Higano, Yoshiro and Nijkamp, Peter (2024): Introduction to Spatial Spillovers: Viewpoints from Asia.

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There are no book length treatments of spatial spillovers that provide theoretical and empirical analyses of this topic within different regions in the continent of Asia. As such, the primary objective of this book is to provide expansive studies of spatial spillovers and their salience by focusing on several regions in Asia. Following this introductory chapter, which comprises Part I of the book, there are eleven chapters and each of these chapters discusses a particular research question or questions about spatial spillovers in Asia. For ease of comprehension, we have divided the present volume containing twelve chapters into four parts. Part II of this book focuses on theoretical approaches to studying spatial spillovers and this part consists of three chapters. Part III concentrates on agriculture and the environment and this part of the book consists of two chapters. Finally, part IV provides a variety of regional perspectives on spatial spillovers in Asia.

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