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Title Quantitative regional economic and environmental analysis for sustainability in Korea / edited by Euijune Kim, Brian H. S. Kim
Imprint Singapore : Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2016
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Descript 1 online resource (x, 243 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series New frontiers in regional science: Asian perspectives, 2199-5974 ; volume 25
New frontiers in regional science: Asian perspectives ; volume 25
Note Part 1. Sustainability and Regional labor Market -- 1. The Role of Cities in Sustainability Transitions: New Perspectives for Science and Policy -- 2. Exploring the Geography of Educational Segregation in Seoul, Korea -- 3. Labor Market Distortion with Discouraged Worker Effects in Korea -- Part 2. Industrial Agglomeration and Regional Policies -- 4Innovation of ICT Manufacturing and Agglomeration Economies: Evolution over the Life Cycle -- 5. Spatial Agglomeration and Firm Performance -- 6. Impact of Local Government Monetary and Fiscal Policies on Output Growth of Firms -- Part 3. Disaster and Impact Analysis -- 7. Assessment of Community Vulnerability to Natural Disasters in Korea by using GIS and Machine Learning Techniques -- 8.Indirect Impact of Nuclear Power Plant Accidents Using an Integrated Spatial Computable-General Equilibrium Model with a Microsimulation Module on the Korean Transportation Network -- 9. A New Framework to Quantifying the Economic Impacts of Cyber-Attacks on Aviation Systems: A Korean Game-Theoretic Interregional Economic Model -- Part 4. Environmental Sustainability and Policies -- 10. Effects of Urban Spatial structure on Travel Behavior and Transportation Energy Efficiency in Korea -- 11. Need for Coordination between Greenhouse Gas and Pollution Abatement Regulations: China's Case and Its Implications for Korea -- 12. Effects of the Project Investments and Valuation of the Water Quality Improvement of the River Taehwa in Ulsan, Korea -- 13. Trade and Environmental Responsibility for Greenhouse Gas Emissions: The Case of South Korea
This book focuses on the application of newly innovated analytical tools for sustainable development on regional economic and environmental issues in Korea. With a range of case studies, the authors explore a series of theoretical models and empirical methods including spatial CCE Model, multiregional Input-Output and econometric analysis, logit model, contingent valuation method, GIS, sample selection model, machine learning technique, stochastic frontier analysis, and panel analysis. These models and methods are tailored to spatial development issues such as agglomeration, clustering and industrial innovation, human capital and labor market, education and R&D investments and economic resilience for regional economies and unexpected disaster, and natural resources for environmental markets. Quantitative Regional Economic and Environmental Analysis for Sustainability in Korea is of particular interest to policy makers and practitioners, as well as research scholars active in sustainability science
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Sustainable development -- Korea
Economics
Environmental Economics
Sustainable Development
Regional/Spatial Science
Development Economics
Alt Author Kim, Euijune, editor
Kim, Brian H. S., editor
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