Table of contents for Regional economic development : analysis and planning strategy / Robert J. Stimson, Roger R. Stough, Brian H. Roberts.


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1     Perspectives on Regional Economic Development          1
1.1 Regions in the New Global Economy                  1
1.2 What Is Regional Economic Development?             4
1.3 Understanding How Regional Economies Work and the  7
Challenge that Represents for Development Planning
1.4 The Changing Paradigms Shaping Economic           11
Development Policy and Strategy
1.5 Some Core Theories and Models of Regional Economic  18
Development
1.6 Thinking Global While Acting Local                36
1.7 Sustainable Development                           39
1.8 Schools Shaping Thinking About Regional Economic  42
Development Strategy and Planning
1.9 New Tools, New Strategies for Regional Economic   46
Development Planning
1.10 Scope and Structure of this Book                 49
2     The Regional Economic Development Movement: The       53
Evolution of Strategy from Early to Contemporary
Approaches
2.1 The Changing Context                              53
2.2 The Changing Objectives of Local Economic         55
Development Policy
2.3 Approaches to Planning for Regional Development in the  61
1970s and 1980s              -
2.4 Monitoring Outcomes of Economic Development       73
Programs
2.5 The Strategic Planning Approach                   76
2.6 The Concern with Sustainable Development          84
2.7 An Enabling Planning Framework for Regional Economic  98
Strategy Formulation
2.8 Summary                                          103
3     Traditional Tools for Measuring and Evaluating Regional  105
Economic Performance I:
Economic Base and Shift-Share Analysis
3.1 The Need to Measure Regional Economic Performance  105
3.2 Economic Base Theory and Industrial Targeting   106
3.3 Shift-Share Analysis                             114
3.4 Critiques and Extensions of Traditional Shift-Share  121
Analysis
3.5 Using the Regional Shift Component as a Dependent  136
Variable to Model Determinants of Spatial Variation in
Regional Endogenous Growth: A Case Study of
Queensland, Australia
3.6 Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)                  144
3.7 Conclusions                                      154
4     Traditional Tools for Measuring and Evaluating Regional  157
Economic Performance II:
Input-Output Analysis
4.1 Measuring Regional Inter-Industry Linkages       157
4.2 Compiling a Regional Input-Output Table          157
4.3 Exogenous and Endogenous Effects                 161
4.4 Using Input-Output Analysis to Measure Impact of an  162
Economic Activity
4.5 Using Input-Output Analysis as a Predictive Tool  164
4.6 A Forecasting Application of Input-Output Analysis: An  165
Economic Development Strategy for the Brisbane South
East Queensland Region, Australia
4.7 Using Sub-Regional Input-Output Analysis to Measure  187
Impact Assessment
4.8 New and Emerging Extensions to Input-Output Models  189
and Conclusions
5     Path Setting: An Approach to Regional Economic       191
Development Futures
5.1 New Approaches in the Contemporary Era           191
5.2 Futures                                          191
5.3 Analyzing Futures                                199
5.4 Recent Developments in Economic Strategy Formulation  206
5.5 A New Synthetic Strategic Framework for Planning  222
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5.6 The Future Direction of Strategy for Regional Economic  232
Development
5.7 Summary                                          235
6     Industry Clusters and Industry Cluster Analysis      237
6.1 A New Context                                   237
6.2 Globalization, Industry Structure and Localization  238
6.3 Industry Clusters: A Contemporary Strategy      242
6.4 A Basic Approach to Building Industry Clusters  246
6.5 Industry Clusters as the New Engines of Metropolitan  252
Economies in the US
6.6 Quantitative Analysis to Identify and Measure Regional  257
Industry Clusters
6.7 The Process for a Region Undertaking Cluster Industry  270
Development
6.8 Conclusions                                     276
7     Multi-Sector Analysis : Approaches to Assesing Regional  279
Competitiveness and Risk
7.1 The Need for a New Technique                    279
7.2 Theoretical Basis for Multi-Sector Analysis (MSA)  281
7.3 Using MSA for Regional Strategy                 288
7.4 The Process for Operationalising the MSA Approach  299
7.5 Examples Applying Multi-Sector Analysis         303
7.6 Future Development of Multi-Sector Analysis     317
8     Capacity Building, Institutions and Leadership for   319
Regional Economic Development
8.1 An Emerging New Perspective on Regional Capacity  319
Building
8.2 Endogenous Processes                            320
8.3 Social Capital                                  321
8.4 Leadership and Institiional Capacity Building   322
8.5 Leadership and Regional Economic Development: A  323
Conceptual Model
8.6 Re-Engineering Regions and Rapid Response       334
8.7 Networks, Strategic Alliances and Network Resources  341
8.8 Conclusions                                     346
9     Decision Support Tools to Inform Regional Economic   349
Development Analysis and Strategy
9.1 Using Spatial Information Technology to Build Decision  349
Support Systems
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9.2 Geographic Information Systems                   351
9.3 Case Study of a GIS to Support Economic Development  352
Decision Making
9.4 A Spatial Decision Support System                358
9.5 Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis  367
9.6 A Spatial Optimization Modelling and Visualization  373
Capacity
9.7 Spatial Analysis of Geographic Clustering of Industry  382
Clusters
9.8 Conclusions                                      383
10     Emerging Issues for Regional Economic Development    385
10.1 A Rapidly Changing World: The Need for a New   385
Paradigm
10.2 Future Directions of Regional Economic Strategy  389
10.3 Managing Risk                                  395
10.4 The Evolution of Analytical Tools              399
10.5 The Challenge of the Virtual Economy           401
10.6 Sustainable Development                        407
10.7 Being Fast and Flexible in Search of Sustainable  413
Development



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Regional planning, Regional economic disparities, Economic development