Krugman, who won the Nobel in 2008 for work on the New Trade Theory and New Economic Geography, said the Republican policies could result in an American economy that resembles that of Greece.
What does NEG stand for?
NEG stands for New Economic Geography
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We have 47 other meanings of NEG in our Acronym Attic
- Netzwerk fuer Einfrau-Unternehmerinnen (German: Network for Independent Woman Entrepreneurs)
- Norsk Epilepsiforbunds Ungdom (Norwegian Epilepsy Association Youth Group)
- North Eastern Football Union (Australia)
- New England Film and Video Festival (Boston Film and Video Foundation)
- New England Farm Workers' Council
- National Education Guidelines (New Zealand)
- National ELINT Group
- National Emergency Grant
- National Escort Group (UK sport)
- New England Gas Company (Fall River, MA)
- Nippon Electric Glass
- Non-Evaporative Getter (pump)
- Northeast Groovers (band)
- New England Gas Association
- Nippon Electric Glass America (various locations)
- Nippon Engine Generator Association (Japan)
- New England Global Action Network (Worcester, MA)
- National E-Governance Action Plan (India)
- New England Gilbert and Sullivan Society (Arlington,MA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The LEP covers a new economic geography, taking in Tyne and Wear, County Durham and Northumberland.
Weinstein, Columbia University and NBER, "Is New Economic Geography Right?
Globalization has created the new economic geography and landscape, where the United States, while still an important engine of growth, has become less so.
will present a full-day seminar on economic development, cluster analysis and the new economic geography on June 24 at the Reynolds Center for Business and Economic Development on the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus.
That said, there has a been a glimmer of revival stemming from the development of Paul Krugman's new economic geography that attempts to make the study of the space economy respectable among economists.
unskilled labor, adding new territories into a trading system, interregional trade, the new economic geography, and global patterns of manufacturing activity.
The report also addresses how the new economic geography is changing development objectives, from fostering growth through enhanced agglomeration and connections to the world economy to channeling resources to more slowly developing areas.