Steven Brakman
Steven Brakman
Professor, International Economics
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An introduction to geographical economics: Trade, location and growth
S Brakman, H Garretsen, C Van Marrewijk
Cambridge university press, 2001
6152001
The strategic bombing of German cities during World War II and its impact on city growth
S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Journal of Economic Geography 4 (2), 201-218, 2004
4062004
The new introduction to geographical economics
S Brakman, H Garretsen, C Van Marrewijk
Cambridge University Press, 2009
3362009
Modelling government investment and economic growth on a macro level: a review
JE Sturm, GH Kuper, J De Haan
Market behaviour and macroeconomic modelling, 359-406, 1998
2451998
The return of Zipf: Towards a further understanding of the rank‐size distribution
S Brakman, H Garretsen, C Van Marrewijk, M Van Den Berg
Journal of Regional Science 39 (1), 183-213, 1999
2441999
The spatial distribution of wages: estimating the Helpman‐Hanson model for Germany
S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Journal of regional science 44 (3), 437-466, 2004
2302004
The gravity model in international trade: Advances and applications
PAG Van Bergeijk, S Brakman
Cambridge University Press, 2010
1852010
Putting new economic geography to the test: Free-ness of trade and agglomeration in the EU regions
S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Regional Science and Urban Economics 36 (5), 613-635, 2006
1812006
Nations and firms in the global economy: an introduction to international economics and business
S Brakman, H Garretsen, C Van Marrewijk, A Van Witteloostuijn
Cambridge university press, 2006
1642006
A century of shocks: the evolution of the German city size distribution 1925–1999
M Bosker, S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Regional Science and Urban Economics 38 (4), 330-347, 2008
1632008
The monopolistic competition revolution in retrospect
S Brakman, BJ Heijdra
Cambridge University Press, 2001
1462001
Looking for multiple equilibria when geography matters: German city growth and the WWII shock
M Bosker, S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Journal of Urban Economics 61 (1), 152-169, 2007
1432007
Relaxing Hukou: Increased labor mobility and China’s economic geography
M Bosker, S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Journal of Urban Economics 72 (2-3), 252-266, 2012
1312012
Cross-sectional learning and short-run persistence in mutual fund performance
J Huij, M Verbeek
Journal of Banking & Finance 31 (3), 973-997, 2007
1312007
Do trade agreements stimulate international trade differently? Evidence from 296 trade agreements
T Kohl, S Brakman, H Garretsen
The World Economy 39 (1), 97-131, 2016
1192016
Adding geography to the new economic geography: bridging the gap between theory and empirics
M Bosker, S Brakman, H Garretsen, M Schramm
Journal of Economic Geography 10 (6), 793-823, 2010
1082010
The economics of international transfers
S Brakman, C Van Marrewijk
Cambridge University Press, 1998
1001998
Negative feedbacks in the economy and industrial location
S Brakman, H Garretsen, R Gigengack, C Van Marrewijk, R Wagenvoort
Journal of Regional Science 36 (4), 631-651, 1996
1001996
Rethinking the" New'Geographical Economics
S Brakman, H Garretsen
Regional Studies 37 (6-7), 637-648, 2003
952003
New economic geography, empirics, and regional policy
S Brakman, H Garretsen, J Gorter, A van der Horst, M Schramm
CPB, 2005
912005
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