His primary areas of study are Economic geography, Economic system, Economy, Regional policy and Economic growth. The concepts of his Economic geography study are interwoven with issues in Allocative efficiency, Human capital and Environmental protection. Roberto Camagni combines subjects such as Technical change and Globalization with his study of Economic system.
His work deals with themes such as Returns to scale and Externality, which intersect with Economy. His Economic growth research incorporates themes from Urban density and Urban sprawl. The study incorporates disciplines such as Urban climate, Urbanization and Urban area in addition to Urban sprawl.
Economic geography, Economic system, Regional science, Economy and Economic growth are his primary areas of study. The various areas that he examines in his Economic geography study include Economies of agglomeration, Urbanization, Capital and Urban sprawl. Roberto Camagni undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Economic system and Regional policy through his works.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Regional economics and Recession. In his articles, Roberto Camagni combines various disciplines, including Futures studies and Perspective. Roberto Camagni performs multidisciplinary study in Metropolitan area and Context in his work.
Roberto Camagni mainly focuses on Economic geography, Regional science, Economic system, Regional policy and Economies of agglomeration. In Economic geography, Roberto Camagni works on issues like Regional economics, which are connected to Urban studies. His Regional science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Futures contract and Manifesto.
His studies deal with areas such as European commission and Development economics as well as Economic system. His work carried out in the field of Economies of agglomeration brings together such families of science as Returns to scale and Economy. He interconnects Investment and Project appraisal in the investigation of issues within Economy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Economic system, Economy, Regional policy, Economic geography and Economies of agglomeration. His Economic system research includes elements of Development economics and Process. Roberto Camagni integrates Economy and Novelty in his research.
Many of his studies on Economic geography involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Face. His Economies of agglomeration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Returns to scale and Stylized fact. His research in Returns to scale intersects with topics in Core, Cohesion and Resizing.
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Innovation networks: Spatial perspectives
Technological Change, Uncertainty and Innovation Networks: Towards a Dynamic Theory of Economic Space
On the Concept of Territorial Competitiveness: Sound or Misleading?
Urban Studies (2002)
THE CONCEPT OF INNOVATIVE MILIEU AND ITS RELEVANCE FOR PUBLIC POLICIES IN EUROPEAN LAGGING REGIONS
Roberto P. Camagni.
Papers in Regional Science (2005)
Urban mobility and urban form: the social and environmental costs of different patterns of urban expansion
Roberto Camagni;Maria Cristina Gibelli;Paolo Rigamonti.
Ecological Economics (2002)
Towards sustainable city policy: an economy-environment technology nexus
Roberto Camagni;Roberta Capello;Peter Nijkamp.
Ecological Economics (1998)
Network Urban Structures in Northern Italy: Elements for a Theoretical Framework
Roberto P. Camagni;Carlo Salone.
Urban Studies (1993)
Milieux innovateurs : théorie et politiques
Roberto Camagni;Denis Maillat.
Beyond Optimal City Size: An Evaluation of Alternative Urban Growth Patterns:
Roberta Capello;Roberto Camagni.
Urban Studies (2000)
Territorial Capital and Regional Development
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