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タイトル: The IDE geographical simulation model : predicting long-term effects of infrastructure development projects
著者: Kumagai, Satoru
Gokan, Toshitaka
Isono, Ikumo
Keola, Souknilanh
熊谷, 聰
後閑, 利隆
磯野, 生茂
ケオラ, スックニラン
キーワード: Southeast Asia
East Asia
Economic geography
International economic integration
Geographical Simulation Model
Spatial economics
東南アジア
東アジア
経済地理
国際経済統合
空間経済学
Issue Date: Jun-2008
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 159. 2008.6
抄録: It is important to be able to predict changes in the location of populations and industries in regions that are in the process of economic integration. The IDE Geographical Simulation Model (IDE-GSM) has been developed with two major objectives: (1) to determine the dynamics of locations of populations and industries in East Asia in the long-term, and (2) to analyze the impact of specific infrastructure projects on the regional economy at sub-national levels. The basic structure of the IDE-GSM is introduced in this article and accompanied with results of test analyses on the effects of the East West Economic Corridor on regions in Continental South East Asia. Results indicate that border costs appear to play a big role in the location choice of populations and industries, often a more important role than physical infrastructures themselves.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/776
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