M.A in Regional EconomicsRani Durgavati University
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1. Definition and scope of Regional Economics; Types of regions; Methods of regionalization.
2 Factors affecting location, volume and composition of regional activities; Agglomeration economics.
3. Classical approach to regional growth --- Sector theory.
1. Gunner Myrdal’s cumulative causation theory.
2.. . Export base theory and regional economic base.
3. Growth pole theory: Parroux
4. Inter regional migration models.
5 Markov chain model.
1. Location theory of Von Thune.
2. Weber’s theory of location.
3.. Location of central place: Christaller and Losch.
4. Location theory of Hoover.
1. Regional income its components and Estimation.
2. Regional Accounts.
3. Commodity flow and Money flow analysis.
4. Regional Input-output Models.
1. Location Quotient, Lorenz curve; Coefficient of specialization.
2. Mix & share analysis.
3.. Potential and Gravity models.
4. Construction of composite Index for regionalization.
Regional development and disparities.
5. Principal component and factor Analysis.