Growth in Cities: Mexico Case Study.

Sacal, Marcos.

Theories of economic growth have emphasized the importance of economies of agglomeration in generating growth. The physical proximity between firms increases productivity through input sharing, labor pooling, matching and knowledge spillovers. Jacobs (1969), Porter (1990), and Marshal-Arrow-Romer (1890-1962-1986) have stressed the importance of knowledge spillovers in an urban agglomeration as dyn... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Economic development--Mexico.
Cities and towns--Mexico.
Mexico-- Economic conditions-- 20th century.
Mexico-- Economic conditions-- 21st century.
Tufts University. Department of Economics.
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