2 edition of Regional imbalances and national economic performance found in the catalog.
Regional imbalances and national economic performance
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, European Community Information Service [distributor] in Luxembourg, Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by a study group led by Giovanni Magnifico.|
|Contributions||Magnifico, Giovanni., Commission of the European Communities.|
|LC Classifications||HC241.2 .R426 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 145 p. :|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||85186205|
spatial concentration at the regional level and that distance and geography do matter in a global world. In additionand, perhaps more importantly, such insights also suggest that national economic growth tends to be driven by the performance of a limited number of local economies within nation-states. The National Competitiveness Council (NCC) is an independent voice which advises Government on Ireland’s competitive position and the means by which that competitiveness can be maintained and, ideally, improved. At this point in Ireland’s economic cycle, it is important for the NCC to review our working definition of.
In the s it was the European Assembly, today the European Parliament, which was concerned about regional imbalances, drafted the plan for regional policy and started the procedure for implementing it. 30 years later, the geographic distribution of economic prosperity, in other words the achievement of economic and social cohesion. economic power and to project its national values. This, in turn, depends on long-term factors that contribute to economic growth and increase the total resource base available not only for defense but to provide economic security in the form of income and business opportunities for individuals. Economic growth depends on building human capital.
The national-level SRB imbalance depends on the proportion of births affected. If the proportion of birth with imbalanced sex ratio is small enough, the subgroup-specific imbalances may not be flagged as a statistically significant imbalance on the national level and may not be distinguishable from a natural fluctuation. The connection between regional economic conditions and the performance of community banks is far from straightforward. From our analysis, regional economic shocks have had statistically significant effects on half of the community banks in the sample, with the magnitudes and even the direction of effects varying widely.
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Firstly, the Committee will examine the nature of regional imbalances in economic growth which currently exist in the UK. Secondly, the Committee will establish what regional data is currently available in the UK, how it could be used more effectively in policy development, and whether there should be official regional economic forecasts produced.
Regional Economic Imbalances: Business and Foreign Direct Investment in India: /ch The importance of inflow of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in economic development of India is widely known, analyzed and well accepted in theAuthor: Jitender Bhandari, Manmohan Rahul, Shalini Rahul Tiwari.
Non spatial economic analysis therefore does not pay attention to phenomena which explain about a third of the produced national wealth. Regional income imbalances have not disappeared after.
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doi: / – to perpetuate a continuous widening of regional imbalances in prosperity, economic performance and access to a wide choice of high quality homes. This in turn will have much more widespread consequences and will reinforce long-standing socio-economic imbalances between North and South. The solution must meet need and help to address.
Regional imbalances or disparities means wide differences in per capita income, literacy rates, health and education services, levels of industrialization, etc. between different regions. regional imbalance of the UK economy; that recent changes to the appraisal methods are welcome but unlikely to redress the London bias in infrastructure decisions; and that although evidence-based appraisal is important, infrastructure investments also need to be based on a strategic view about economic development for the whole of the UK.
The appraisal process for infrastructure investment projects follows the methodology set out in HM Treasury’s The Green Book. It is argued that this methodology has reinforced the regional imbalance; that recent changes are unlikely by themselves to redress the London bias in infrastructure; and that infrastructure investments also need to be.
This book focuses on the questions of how territorial differences in productivity levels and unemployment rates arise in the first place and why territorial differences in labor market performance persist over time. Meaning of Regional Imbalances & Objectives of the Study Meaning: Regional imbalances or disparities means wide differences in per capita income, literacy rates, health and education services, levels of industrialization, infrastructural facilities etc.
between different regions. Regions may be either States or regions within a State. P ORTER ME () The economic performance of regions, Reg.
Stud This paper examines the basic facts about the regional economic performance, the composition of regional economies and the role of clusters in the US economy over period. State per Capital Income as an Indicator of Regional Imbalance: The most important indicator of regional imbalance and disparity among the different states of India is the difference in per capita state income figures.
It is revealed from Table that inthe national average per capita income in India was Rs. 10, The book provides an excellent synthesis of theoretical and empirical work on regional economic concepts and theories, leading to clear and important lessons for policy.
It successfully brings updated literature and new material to bear on the Reviews: 4. US-REAP features data and regional economic tools of analysis that apply to the 51 United States states. To further enhance the investigation of the United States economy in a regional policy and planning context, these website resources additionally assemble the data and introduce tools of analysis for conducting research on the United States' 8 BEA Regions.
In the planning economy era, the evaluation of cadres was based primarily on political performance. Since the economic reform started in the late s, political conformity has been replaced by yardstick competition in key economic indicators and central mandates, such as GDP growth rate, fiscal revenue growth rates, and family planning (Li.
For such areas, it is advisable to refer to Office for National Statistics (ONS) productivity data for a direct measure of economic performance. ONS estimates of regional and subregional productivity, based on the GVA(B) data in this publication, will follow in a subsequent.
Regional inequalities, which blight economic performance and life chances in parts of the UK, are likely to significantly worsen, with London decoupling from the rest of the UK, unless drastic.
One education policy that will reduce regional imbalance is improving the goals and the performance of the North’s institutions to alter the economy of North England (Burns, ).
Those residing in the North of Tyne will gain from £ million administration expenditures on the main local concerns such as the employment sector (Jones et al. Thirdly, Marxist economists themselves have been mainly concerned with aspects of Marx’s economics other than spatial or regional resource allocation in a national economy.
The spatial and regional dimension is there, but mainly in terms of its international application and the theory of imperialism. One of the important problems of Indian economic development is that regional economic imbalance is fast increasing. Some states are outgrowing in their capacities while some others are remaining poor and backward.
More than four-fifth of India's population (%) now live in states with per capita income below the national average. economic imbalances Signs of economic recovery in May With a substantial easing of the nationwide lockdown from June 1 as part of Unlockeconomic revival should gather pace though there is doubt whether this will be sustained once pent-up demand is exhausted.Downloadable!
By looking at the official data, it is impossible not to notice that Brazil has undergone profound social and economic transformation. In fact, Brazil's GDP grew approximately times since the early twentieth century to the present day, being this economic performance responsible for placing the country as an important player in South America and in the world as well.