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
From Labrador City to Toronto: The industrial diversity of Canadian cities, 1992-2002
D Beckstead, M Brown, ...
Statistics Canada. Micro-Economic Analysis Division., 2003
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
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 world is not yet flat: Transport costs matter!
K Behrens, WM Brown, T Bougna
Review of Economics and Statistics 100 (4), 712-724, 2018
Overcoming distance, overcoming borders: Comparing North American regional trade
WM Brown
Statistics Canada working paper, 2003
The Influence of Industrial and Spatial Structure onCanada‐US Regional Trade
WM Brown, WP Anderson
Growth and Change 30 (1), 23-47, 1999
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
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
Head Office Employment in Canada, 1999 to 2005
D Beckstead
Statistics Canada, 2006
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
Incomes of Retirement-age and Working-age Canadians: Accounting for Home Ownership
W Brown, A Lafrance, F Hou
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
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