Mark Brown
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Who benefits from agglomeration?
DL Rigby, WM Brown
Regional Studies 49 (1), 28-43, 2015
Agglomeration and the geography of localization economies in Canada
JR Baldwin, D Beckstead, WM Brown, DL Rigby
Regional Studies 42 (1), 117-132, 2008
Agglomeration Economies: Microdata Panel Estimates from Canadian Manufacturing
JR Baldwin, WM Brown, DL Rigby
Journal of Regional Science, 2010
Regional manufacturing employment volatility in Canada: The effects of specialisation and trade*
JR Baldwin, WM Brown
Papers in Regional Science 83 (3), 519-541, 2004
Human capital location choice: Accounting for amenities and thick labor markets
WM Brown, DM Scott
Journal of Regional Science 52 (5), 787-808, 2012
Spatial markets and the potential for economic integration between Canadian and US regions
WM Brown, WP Anderson
Papers in Regional Science 81 (1), 99-120, 2002
The world is not yet flat: Transport costs matter!
K Behrens, WM Brown, T Bougna
Review of Economics and Statistics 100 (4), 712-724, 2018
Growth and Change in Human Capital across the Canadian Urban Hierarchy, 1996—2001
WM Brown, KB Newbold, D Beckstead
Urban Studies 47 (7), 1571, 2010
The Left Brain of North American Cities
D Beckstead, WM Brown, G Gellatly
International Regional Science Review 31 (3), 304, 2008
From Labrador City to Toronto: The industrial diversity of Canadian cities, 1992-2002
D Beckstead, M Brown, ...
Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Analysis Division., 2003
The changing geography of the Canadian manufacturing sector in metropolitan and rural regions, 1976–1997
WM Brown, JR Baldwin
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 47 (2), 116-134, 2003
The urban–rural gap in university attendance: determinants of university participation among Canadian youth
KB Newbold, WM Brown
Journal of Regional Science 55 (4), 585-608, 2015
Overcoming distance, overcoming borders: Comparing North American regional trade
WM Brown
Statistics Canada working paper, 2003
How much thicker is the Canada–US border? The cost of crossing the border by truck in the pre-and post-9/11 eras
WM Brown
Research in transportation business & management 16, 50-66, 2015
Testing and extending the escalator hypothesis: does the pattern of post-migration income gains in Toronto suggest productivity and/or learning effects?
KB Newbold, WM Brown
Urban Studies 49 (15), 3447-3465, 2012
Cities and growth: Earnings levels across urban and rural areas: The role of human capital
D Beckstead, WM Brown, Y Guo, KB Newbold
Statistics Canada, Economic Analysis Division, 2010
How thick is the border: the relative cost of Canadian domestic and cross-border truck-borne trade, 2004–2009
WM Brown, WP Anderson
Journal of Transport Geography 42, 10-21, 2015
Head Office Employment in Canada, 1999 to 2005
D Beckstead
Statistics Canada, 2006
The Influence of Industrial and Spatial Structure onCanada‐US Regional Trade
WM Brown, WP Anderson
Growth and Change 30 (1), 23-47, 1999
Incomes of Retirement-age and Working-age Canadians: Accounting for Home Ownership
W Brown, A Lafrance, F Hou
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