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Publication Brakman and Garretsen: Increased Labor Mobility and China’s Economic Geography

09 August 2012

China is one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Also, it is home to a huge (potential) internal market and a large number of very large and fast-growing cities.

Arguably, China is a textbook case to analyze how agglomerating and spreading forces shape the economic landscape.

Read more on this subject in the publication of the month by FEB Researchers Steven Brakman and Harry Garretsen (together with Maarten Bosker and Marc Schramm) in the Journal of Urban Economics.  > Read More

Last modified:12 February 2018 1.52 p.m.

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