Disaggregate tertiary earnings per capita - a spatial analysis.
Addresses disaggregate tertiary activities at the SMSA level and explains the spatial variations in the descriptive statistics. Specifically, 1) why are interregional aggregate tertiary earnings per capital extremely close yet population and income per capita are not? and 2) can generative regional growth be induced via tertiary stimulation? Investigates the contrasting roles of tertiary sectors and their regional importance using a basic demand, market- oriented OLS multiple linear regression model. -from Author
Hoppes, R.B., 1982. Disaggregate Tertiary Earnings Per Capita-A Spatial Analysis. Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy, 12(1100-2016-89554), pp.36-51.
Regional Science Perspectives