Patterns and Processes in Urban and Regional Systems (London Papers in Regional Science).
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Explorations in Urban and Regional Dynamics: A Case Study in Complexity Science.
Regional science offers a rich toolkit for analysis and policy development for substantive applications. In this book, the science is applied to the challenge for global investment agencies seeking to enhance trade in lagging regions. This book applies regional analysis to the challenges facing global investment agencies seeking to enhance trade in lagging regions. It shows how spatial interaction and agent-based modelling can be used as the basis for developing new plans and policies. Explorations in Urban and Regional Dynamics: A Case Study in Complexity Science.
Bibliographic Details. Corporate Author: Regional Science Association. Published: London : Pion, 1972. Series: London papers in regional science ; 3. Subjects: Regional planning.
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Regional science is a field of the social sciences concerned with analytical approaches to problems that are specifically urban, rural, or regional.
Wilson was born in Bradford on 8 January 1939, and educated at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Darlington and the University of Cambridge where he was an undergraduate student of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge and studied the Mathematical Tripos.