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The Annals of Regional Science, Volume 69, Issue 2 - New Issue Alert

The Annals of Regional Science cover imageThe Annals of Regional Science. Volume 69, Issue 2 is now available online.

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Chasing opportunity? Inequality of opportunity and educational self-selection of interprovincial migrants in China

Jiantao Zhou, Eddie Chi-Man Hui, Huiwen Peng

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Technological, institutional, and geographical peripheries: regional development and risk of poverty in the European regions

Javier Barbero, Ernesto Rodríguez-Crespo

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The spatial employment effect of high-speed railway: quasi-natural experimental evidence from China

Yahong Liu, Daisheng Tang, Tao Bu, Xinyuan Wang

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The importance of intangible assets in regional economic growth: a growth accounting approach

Mercedes Gumbau-Albert, Joaquín Maudos

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Capital market distortion, agricultural producer service and wage inequality in the small-scale agriculture

Dianshuang Wang, Xiaochun Li

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Does housing policy impact income sorting near urban amenities? Evidence from Vienna, Austria

Ulrich B. Morawetz, H. Allen Klaiber

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Demand-pull versus cost-push: monocentric equilibrium in a spatial network

Ahmed Saber Mahmud

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Mixed duopoly under hotelling with convex production costs

John S. Heywood, Dongyang Li, Guangliang Ye

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Geographical accessibility to upper secondary education: an Italian regional case study

Giuseppe Bruno, Manuel Cavola, Antonio Diglio, Carmela Piccolo

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Domestic tourism demand in the North and the South of Europe in the Covid-19 summer of 2020

Martin Thomas Falk, Eva Hagsten, Xiang Lin

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