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Economía espacial - Bibliografía

Cuerpo docente
Programa de la asignatura
Bibliografía
Campus Virtual

1. Ciudades
Concepto de ciudad y área urbana. Razones de la existencia de ciudades. Economías de escala y aglomeración. Límites al crecimiento de las ciudades.

  • Chesire, P. (1999). Trends in sizes and structure of urban areas. En Chesire y Mills (eds.). Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, vol 3, capítulo 35.
  • Fujita, M., Krugman, P. y Venables, A. (1999). The Spatial Economy. Cities, Regions, and International Trade. Capítulos 8 al 13.
  • Krugman, P. (1996). La organización espontánea de la Economía. Antoni Bosch. Caps. 3 y 8.
  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Urban Economics. McGrawHill. Cap.1, 2, 3 y 4.
  • Rozenfeld, H., Rybski, D., Gabaix, X. y Makse, H. (2011). The area and population of cities: new insights from a different perspective on cities. American Economic Review 101.
  • Smith, M. (2002). The earliest cities. En Gmelch y Zenner (eds.). Urban life. Readings in the anthropology of the city. Waveland Press.
  • Tolley, G. y Crihfield, J. (1987). City size and place as policy issues. En Mills, E. (ed.) Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, vol 2, capítulo 33.

2. Estructura espacial urbana
2.1. Modelos de estructura espacial urbana

  • Anas, A., Arnott, R. y Small, K. (1998). Urban spatial structure. Journal of Economic Literature XXXVI 3, 1426-1464.
  • Tabuchi, T. (1998). Urban agglomeration and dispersion: a synthesis of Alonso and Krugman. Journal of Urban Economics 44, 333-351.
  • Brueckner, J.K. (1987). The structure of urban equilibria: a unified treatment of the Muth-Mills model. Handbook of Urban Economics. Capítulo 20.
  • Brueckner, J., and Fansler, D.A. (1983), The Economics of Urban Sprawl: Theory and Evidence on the Spatial Size of Cities, Rev. of Econ and Statistics.
  • Brueckner, J. (1982), A note on sufficient conditions for negative exponential population densities, Journal of Regional Science. August.
  • O'Sullivan (2009). Cap.6, 7 y 8.

2.2. Modelos con servicios de vivienda durables.

  • Brueckner, J. (2000), Urban Growth Models with Durable Housing, Economics of Cities, Huriot, J.M. and Thies, J.F. editores.
  • Rosenthal, S. and Helsley (1994), R., Redevelopment and urban land price gradient, Journal of Urban Economics.

2.3. Localización de firmas y negocios.

  • Stahl (1987). Theories of urban business location. Handbook of Urban Economics. Cap.19.
  • Fischer, J. y Harrington, J. (1996). Product variety and firm agglomeration. Rand Journal of Economics 27 (2), Summer.
  • Krugman, P., Geography and Trade, Cap. 1-2.

3. Mercados y problemas urbanos
3.1. Vivienda.Política habitacional.

  • Bouillon, C. (2011). Un espacio para el desarrollo. Los mercados de vivienda en América Latina.
  • Cruces, G., Ham, A. and Tetaz, M. (2008). Quality of life in Buenos Aires´ neighborhoods: hedonic price regressions and the life satisfaction approach. CEDLAS.
  • DiPasquale, D. (1999). Incentives and social capital: are homeowners better citizens? Journal of Urban Economics 45, 354-384.
  • Galiani, S. y Schargrodsky, E. (2010). "Property Rights for the Poor: Effects of Land Titling".. Journal of Public Economics 94 (9-10). También como Documento de trabajo CEDLAS 103.
  • Gasparini, L. y Sosa Escudero, W. (2004). Implicit rents from own-housing and income distribution. Econometric estimates for Greater Buenos Aires. Journal of Income Distribution. Volume 12 (1-2).
  • O'Sullivan (2009). Cap. 13 y 14.
  • Rosen, H. (1989). Housing subsidies. Effects on housing decisions, efficiency, and equity. En Auerbach y Feldstein (eds.) Handbook of Public Economics, cap. 7
  • Ruprah, I. (2011). The welfare impacts of social housing programs in Latin America. IDB OCE/WP 05/11.

3.2. Transporte. Congestión.Commuting.

  • Ennis, H., Pinto, S. y Porto, A. (2006). Choosing a place to live and a workplace. Económica, LII (1).
  • Keeler, T.E. y Small, K. (1977), Optimal Peak Pricing, Investment and Service Levels on Urban Expressways, Journal of Political Economy.
  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Cap. 10 y 11.
  • Voith, R. (1998). Parking, transit, and employment in a Central Business District. Journal of Urban Economics 44, 43-58.
  • Wheaton, W. (1998), Land Use and Density in Cities with Congestion. Journal of Urban Economics.

3.3. Pobreza

  • Deaton, A. (1997). The analysis of household surveys. Microeconomic analysis for development policy. Washington D.C.: The World Bank. Capítulo 3.
  • Elbers, Lanjouw, J. y Lanjouw, P. (2003). Micro-level estimation of poverty and inequality. Econometrica, 2003.
  • Gasparini, L., Cicowiez, M. y Sosa Escudero, W. (2013). Pobreza y desigualdad en América Latina. Conceptos, herramientas y aplicaciones. Editorial Temas.
  • Pernia, E. y Quibria, M. (1999). Poverty in Developing Countries. En Chesire y Mills (eds.). Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, vol 3, capítulo 45.
  • Son, H. (2003). A new poverty decomposition. Journal of Economic Inequality 1, 181-187.

3.4. Segregación

  • Benabou, R. (1993). Workings of a city: location, education and production. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Agosto.
  • Benabou, R. (1994). Education, income distribution and growth: the local connection. NBER Working Paper 4798.
  • Gasparini, L., Cicowiez, M. y Sosa Escudero, W. (2013). Pobreza y desigualdad en América Latina. Conceptos, herramientas y aplicaciones. Editorial Temas.
  • Krugman, P. (1996). La organización espontánea de la Economía. Antoni Bosch.
  • Merkel, G. (2012). Desigualdades socioeconómicas y segregación residencial en la Argentina durante la década del noventa. Mimeo.
  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Cap. 8.

3.5. Crimen

  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Cap. 12
  • Di Tella, R. y Schargrodsky, E. (2004). Do police reduce crime? Estimates using the allocation of police forces after a terrorist attack. American Economic Review, March.
  • Di Tella, R., Galiani, S. y Schargrodsky, E. (2006). Crime Distribution and Victim Behavior during a Crime Wave. Mimeo.
  • Heinemann, A. y Verner, D. (2006). Crime and Violence in Development. A Literature Review of Latin America and the Caribbean. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4041, October.

3.6. Planeamiento urbano.Controles sobre el uso de la tierra.

  • Brueckner, J., Modeling Urban Growth Controls, unpublished paper.
  • Fischel, W. (1990). Do Growth Controls Matter?. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
  • O'Sullivan (2009). Cap. 9.

4. Finanzas públicas locales
4.1 Provisión óptima de bienes públicos

  • Brueckner, J. (1979), Equilibrium in a System of Communities with Local Public Goods: A Diagrammatic Exposition, Economic Letters.
  • Brueckner, J. (1981). Congested Public Goods: The Case of Fire Protection, Journal of Public Economics.
  • Feldman, A. Welfare Economics and Social Choice Theory, cap 6.
  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Urban Economics, cap. 15.
  • Samuelson, P. (1955), A Diagrammatic Exposition of a Theory of Public Expenditure. Rev. Econ. Stat.

4.2 El modelo de Tiebout

  • Brueckner, J. (1983). Property Value Maximization and Public sector Efficiency. J. Urban Econ.
  • Scotchmer, S., y Wooders, M. (1987). Competitive Equilibrium and the Core in Club Economies with Anonymous Crowding. J. Publ. Econ.
  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Urban Economics, cap. 15.
  • Tiebout, C. (1956). A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures. J. of Political Economy.

4.3. Eficiencia de los gobiernos locales.

  • Brueckner, J. (1982). A test for Allocative Efficiency in the Local Public Sector. J. Publ. Econ.
  • Hayes, K., y Chang, S. (1990). The Relative Efficiency of City Manager and Mayor- Council forms of Government. Southern Economic Journal.

4.4. Distribución de servicios públicos.

  • Shoup, C. (1964). Standards for Distributing a Free Government Service: Crime Prevention. Public Finance.
  • Berhman, J., y Craig, S. (1987). The Distribution of Public Services: An Exploration of Local Government Preferences. Amer. Econ. Rev.

4.5 Financiamiento de las ciudades.

  • O'Sullivan, A. (2009). Urban Economics, cap. 16.
  • Prud'homme, R. (1987). Financing Urban Public Services. Handbook of Urban Economics, cap. 30.

5. Econometría espacial, regionalización y clusters
5.1. Econometría espacial. Conceptos y aplicaciones

  • Anselin, L. (1988). Spatial econometrics: methods and models. Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Anselin, L.(2000). Spatial Econometrics. En B. Baltagi (Ed.). Companion to Econometrics. Basil Blackwell, Oxford, UK.

5.2. Tipos y delimitación de regiones: homogéneas, polarizadas y decisionales.

  • Caracterización y Desarrollo Regional Bonaerense, Gobernación de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Secretaría de Planeamiento y Desarrollo, SPS 41-VII/78, La Plata 1979.

5.3. Análisis de clusters: jerarquicos y no jerarquicos

  • Hardle, W. y Simar, L., (2007). Applied Multivariate Statistical Analysis, Spriner/Verlag, NewYork.
  • Hastie, T., Tibshirani, R. y Friedman, J., (2002). The Elements of Statistical Learning - Data Mining, Inference and Prediction, Springer, New York.

 

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