|授業担当教員||ドゥマヤス アリャン デラロサ|
|教員カナ氏名||ドゥマヤス アリャン デラロサ|
|科目の目的・到達目標||This course examines the influence of geographical location on the decision of individual and firms. This course aims to equip students with economic models and theories to understand the city formation, urban expansion, migration, cross-border production, and urban policies.|
|授業の概要||This course applies concept from various fields of economics to analyze the distribution of economic activity across space. This course primarily addresses the following questions: How do individuals or firms decide to locate? Why cities exist and how they have formed? What determines the size and growth of cities? Why people or firm tend to cluster in certain location? What are the associated problems with urban expansion and how is government addressing them?|
|授業計画||This course will cover the following topics:
2. Geography and Economic Theories Part 1
3. Geography and Economic Theories Part 2
4. New Economic Geography
5. Geography and Economic Development
6. Agglomeration Economies
7. Urban Systems
8. Multinational Production
9. Factor Mobility and Migration
10. Transport Costs and Specialization
11. Land Use Regulation and Housing
12. Urban Challenges: Poverty, Crimes, Unemployment
13. Urban Governance and Policy Debates
14. Inclusive Urbanization and Economic Integration
|評価方法||Mid-term exam- 30%
Final Exam- 40%
|テキスト・参考文献等||Brakman S, Garretsen H, van Marrewijk C (2009), The New Introduction to Geographical Economics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2nd ed.
World Bank (2009), World Development Report 2009: Reshaping Economic Geography, Washington D.C.: World Bank.
Other reading materials will be determined later.
NEG- Brakman S, Garretsen H, van Marrewijk C (2009), The New Introduction to Geographical Economics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2nd ed.
WDR- World Bank (2009), World Development Report 2009: Reshaping Economic Geography, Washington D.C.: World Bank.
EAU- World Bank(2015), East Asia’s Changing Urban Landscape: Measuring a Decade of Spatial Growth, Washington D.C: World Bank.
|授業外の学習活動||Students are expected to read in advance the following week's class topic.|