Intra-regional measures of territorial competitiveness capture heterogeneity across different territories and industries. • Accessibility, peripherality and geographical disadvantage, play different roles in different sectors of economic activity. • The paper highlights a large centripetal attraction effect coming from the presence of metropolitan areas. • This second-nature geography effect dominates over first-nature physical geography (peripherality, mountains).

Fantechi, F., Fratesi, U. (2024). Spatial patterns of territorial competitiveness: The role of peripherality, urbanization and physical geography. SOCIO-ECONOMIC PLANNING SCIENCES, 91 [10.1016/j.seps.2023.101754].

Spatial patterns of territorial competitiveness: The role of peripherality, urbanization and physical geography

Fantechi, Federico
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2024-02-01

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Intra-regional measures of territorial competitiveness capture heterogeneity across different territories and industries. • Accessibility, peripherality and geographical disadvantage, play different roles in different sectors of economic activity. • The paper highlights a large centripetal attraction effect coming from the presence of metropolitan areas. • This second-nature geography effect dominates over first-nature physical geography (peripherality, mountains).
feb-2024
Fantechi, F., Fratesi, U. (2024). Spatial patterns of territorial competitiveness: The role of peripherality, urbanization and physical geography. SOCIO-ECONOMIC PLANNING SCIENCES, 91 [10.1016/j.seps.2023.101754].
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