The Spatial Reach of Agglomeration Economies

William Strange considers the attenuation of agglomeration economies. Put another way: how close is close? Strange presents evidence of agglomeration effects operating at various levels of spatial aggregation, including the regional, metropolitan, and neighborhood scales.

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