Technological change, employment, and spatial dynamics: proceedings of an International Symposium on Technological Change and Employment: Urban and Regional Dimensions, held at Zandvoort, the Netherlands, April 1-3, 1985, Volume 1985
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Technical Change Employment and Metropolitan
New Technology and Regional Development Policy
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activities adjustment adoption agglomerations analysis automation behaviour capital cent centres cities competence competition costs cycle decline diffusion disequilibrium distribution dynamics economic effects empirical entrepreneurs environment equations equilibrium factor factors of production functions growth high-tech impact implies important increasing industrial industrialised information technology innova interaction internal introduction investment knowledge labour demand labour force labour market London long waves manufacturing ment metropolitan areas mobility neoclassical Netherlands Newcastle upon Tyne Nijkamp OECD organisation output paper parameter patterns plants potential problem process innovation product development product innovation production oriented services profit programmes Randstad regional development returns to scale role Rotterdam scale service sector share skilled social specific structure superprofits supply Table technical change technological change theory Thwaites tion total employment trends trip distribution unem urban and regional Urban Economics variables wage workers