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    • A generalized NEG wage-type equation 

      Bruna, Fernando (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015-10-01)
      [Abstract]: This chapter discusses several controversial issues of the New Economic Geography (NEG) theory, focusing on some problems of interpretation regarding the estimation results of a wage equation. In order to do ...
    • Market potential and the curse of distance in European regions 

      Bruna, Fernando; Faíña, José Andrés; López-Rodríguez, Jesús (University Library of Munich, 2014-06)
      [Abstract] In the context of the New Economic Geography (NEG) wage equation, the ‘curse of distance’ is the tendency of peripheral regions to have lower income because of being far from the main markets, as captured by a ...
    • Market Potential, Spatial Dependences and Spillovers in European Regions 

      Bruna, Fernando; López-Rodríguez, Jesús; Faíña, José Andrés (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      [Abstract] This paper reinterprets the New Economic Geography (NEG) ‘wage’ equation by dis-tinguishing two different types of spatial dependences: global spatial trend and local spa-tial autocorrelation. A measure of Market ...
    • Why do empirical tests tend to accept the NEG?- An alternative approach to the 'wage equation' in European regions 

      Bruna, Fernando (Asociación Española de Economía y Finanzas Internacionales (AEEFI), 2015-10)
      [Abstract]This paper posits a new approach to the ‘wage equation’ of the New Economic Geography (NEG) stressing the uncertain interpretation of its empirical results. It emphasizes the generality of the variable to be ...