Professor Philip McCann
Chair in Urban and Regional Economics
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Professor Philip McCann
Sheffield University Management School
Sheffield University Management School
- The UK Regional (and National) Economic Problem Geography, Globalisation and Governance. Routledge.
- The Regional and Urban Policy of the European Union: Cohesion, Results-Orientation and Smart Specialisation. Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Modern Urban and Regional Economics. Oxford University Press.
- Multinationals and Economic Geography Location, Technology and Innovation. Edward Elgar Publishing.
- Urban and Regional Economics.
- Urban and Regional Economics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
- The economics of industrial location a logistics-costs approach. Springer Verlag.
- The Routledge Companion to the Geography of International Business. Routledge.
- The Empirical and Institutional Dimensions of Smart Specialisation. London: Routledge.
- Place-based Economic Development and the New EU Cohesion Policy. London: Routledge.
- Handbook of Industry Studies and Economic Geography. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
- New Developments in Spatial Economics and Economic Geography: The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, GEOGRAPHY AND GROWTH. Wiley.
- Societies in Motion: Regional Development, Industrial Innovation and Spatial Mobility. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- Critical Concepts in Economics: Urban and Regional Economics Volumes I-IV. London: Routledge.
- Technological Change and Mature Industrial Regions: Firms, Knowledge, and Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- Industrial Location Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- Public Investment and Regional Development. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
- Disaster governance and institutional dynamics in times of social-ecological change: Insights from New Zealand, the Netherlands and Greece. Applied Geography, 136.
- A multi‐scale approach to rural depopulation in Mexico. Regional Science Policy & Practice, 13(4), 1328-1347. View this article in WRRO
- The structure and relations of banking systems: the UK experience and the challenges of ‘levelling-up’. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 37(1), 152-171.
- UK analysts’ and policy-makers’ perspectives on Brexit: challenges, priorities and opportunities for subnational areas. Regional Studies, 55(9), 1571-1582.
- Smart Specialisation on the move: reflections on six years of implementation and prospects for the future. Regional Studies, 54(10), 1323-1327.
- UK INTERREGIONAL INEQUALITY IN A HISTORICAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE CONTEXT. National Institute Economic Review, 253, R4-R17.
- Japanese contributions to regional science. Papers in Regional Science, 99(2), 389-402.
- The Nordic contribution to regional science: People, principles and empirics. Papers in Regional Science, 99(2), 315-325.
- The impact of language borders on the spatial decay of agglomeration and competition spillovers. Journal of Regional Science, 60(3), 558-577.
- A multi-sector model of relatedness, growth and industry clustering. Journal of Economic Geography. View this article in WRRO
- The Neighbour’s Effect on well‐Being: How Local Relative Income Differentials Affect Resident's Subjective Well‐Being. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 110(5), 605-621.
- Productivity, infrastructure, and urban density – an allometric comparison of three European city-regions across scales. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). View this article in WRRO
- Perceptions of regional inequality and the geography of discontent: insights from the UK. Regional Studies. View this article in WRRO
- Interregional inequalities and UK sub-national governance responses to Brexit. Regional Studies, 53(5), 741-760.
- On the development logic of city-regions: inter- versus intra-city mobility in England and Wales. Spatial Economic Analysis. View this article in WRRO
- Learning from the rubble: the case of Christchurch, New Zealand, after the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes. Disasters, 43(2), 431-455.
- Analyzing the Social Lead-Up to a Human-Induced Disaster: The Gas Extraction-Earthquake Nexus in Groningen, The Netherlands. Sustainability, 10(10). View this article in WRRO
- The continental divide? Economic exposure to Brexit in regions and countries on both sides of The Channel. Papers in Regional Science, 97(1), 25-54. View this article in WRRO
- International business, cities and competitiveness: recent trends and future challenges. Competitiveness Review, 28(3), 236-251.
- The trade, geography and regional implications of Brexit. Papers in Regional Science, 97(1), 3-8.
- A regional model of endogenous growth without scale assumptions. Spatial Economic Analysis.
- Assessing the impacts of Cohesion Policy on EU regions: A non-parametric analysis on interventions promoting research and innovation and transport accessibility. Papers in Regional Science, 96(4), 817-841.
- Urban futures, population ageing and demographic decline. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 10(3), 543-557.
- Location and entrepreneurship: insights from a spatially‐explicit occupational choice model with an application to Chile. Journal of Regional Science, 57(4), 669-697.
- Governance in Shaky Societies: Experiences and lessons from Christchurch after the earthquakes. Environmental Policy and Governance, 27(4), 365-377.
- Firm innovation and productivity in Europe: evidence from innovation-driven and transition-driven economies. Applied Economics, 1-19.
- Creative economy policy in developing countries: The case of Indonesia. Urban Studies, 54(6), 1367-1384.
- The mismatch between local voting and the local economic consequences of Brexit. Regional Studies, 51(5), 786-799.
- Regional growth theory. Regional Studies, 51(10), 1594-1595.
- Why firm size matters: investigating the drivers of innovation and economic performance in New Zealand using the Business Operations Survey. Applied Economics, 48(55), 5379-5395.
- The early experience of smart specialization implementation in EU cohesion policy. European Planning Studies, 24(8), 1407-1427. View this article in WRRO
- Moving up and down the urban hierarchy: age-articulated interregional migration flows in the Netherlands. The Annals of Regional Science, 57(1), 145-164.
- Understanding the gap between reality and expectation: Local social engagement and ethnic concentration. Urban Studies.
- Smart specialisation, entrepreneurship and SMEs: issues and challenges for a results-oriented EU regional policy. Small Business Economics, 46(4), 537-552.
- The regional and sectoral mobility of high-tech workers: insights from Finland. The Annals of Regional Science, 56(2), 341-368.
- Raising the bar (1). Spatial Economic Analysis, 11(1), 1-6.
- The effects of the global financial crisis on European regions and cities. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(5), 935-949.
- Smart Specialization, Regional Growth and Applications to European Union Cohesion Policy. Regional Studies, 49(8), 1291-1302.
- The Reforms to the Regional and Urban Policy of the European Union: EU Cohesion Policy. Regional Studies, 49(8), 1255-1257.
- Integration of immigrants, bridging social capital, ethnicity, and locality. Journal of Regional Science, 55(3), 416-441.
- Local social engagement, satisfaction, and embeddedness in the Netherlands: which effects matter and for whom?. Environment and Planning A, 47(5), 1132-1154.
- Innovation and Productivity in Irish Firms. Spatial Economic Analysis, 10(2), 181-204.
- Regional entrepreneurship and innovation in Chile: a knowledge matching approach. Small Business Economics, 44(3), 685-703.
- Migration and inter-industry mobility of UK graduates. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(2), 353-385.
- Estimation of Local Employment Growth: Do Sectoral Aggregation and Industry Definition Matter?. Regional Studies, 48(11), 1813-1828.
- Smart specialisation in European regions: issues of strategy, institutions and implementation. European Journal of Innovation Management, 17(4), 409-427.
- Regional Market Potential and the Number and Size of Firms: Observations and Evidence from Chile. Spatial Economic Analysis, 9(3), 327-348.
- Population Change and New Firm Formation in Urban and Rural Regions. Regional Studies, 48(6), 1034-1050.
- The Role of the Smart Specialisation Agenda in a Reformed EU Cohesion Policy. SCIENZE REGIONALI(1), 15-32.
- A CENTURY OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE URBAN SYSTEM IN BRAZIL. Review of Urban & Regional Development Studies, 25(3), 129-151.
- Homeownership, Social Capital and Satisfaction with Local Government. Urban Studies, 50(12), 2517-2534.
- The determinants of the location of foreign direct investment in UK regions†. Applied Economics, 45(27), 3853-3862.
- Redesigning and Reforming European Regional Policy: The Reasons, the Logic, and the Outcomes. International Regional Science Review, 36(3), 424-445.
- Modern regional innovation policy. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 6(2), 187-216.
- The future of regional policy. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 6(2), 179-186.
- Modelling geographical graduate job search using circular statistics. Papers in Regional Science, 92(2), 329-343.
- Transforming European regional policy: a results-driven agenda and smart specialization. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 29(2), 405-431.
- The Economic Performance of European Cities and City Regions: Myths and Realities. European Planning Studies, 21(3), 334-354.
- “Life is short, art is long”: the persistent wage gap between Bohemian and non-Bohemian graduates. The Annals of Regional Science, 49(2), 305-321.
- A SURVEY OF THE INNOVATION SURVEYS. Journal of Economic Surveys, 26(3), 420-444.
- THE CASE FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTERVENTION: PLACE-BASED VERSUS PLACE-NEUTRAL APPROACHES*. Journal of Regional Science, 52(1), 134-152.
- Social Capital and Regional Social Infrastructure Investment: Evidence From New Zealand. International Regional Science Review, 35(1), 3-25.
- Rental Values in UK Shopping Malls. Urban Studies, 48(8), 1667-1679.
- Long and Short Distance Migration in Italy: The Role of Economic, Social and Environmental Characteristics. Spatial Economic Analysis, 6(1), 111-131.
- International business and economic geography: knowledge, time and transactions costs. Journal of Economic Geography, 11(2), 309-317.
- Introduction: Place, space and organization-- economic geography and the multinational enterprise. Journal of Economic Geography, 10(4), 485-493.
- Knowledge transfers and innovation: The role of labour markets and R&D co-operation between agents and institutions. Papers in Regional Science, 89(2), 295-309.
- Human Capital in Remote and Rural Australia: The Role of Graduate Migration. Growth and Change, 41(2), 192-220.
- UNIVERSITIES, AGGLOMERATIONS AND GRADUATE HUMAN CAPITAL MOBILITY. Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie, 100(2), 210-223.
- Regional restructuring and manufacturing firm performance in a Central-Asian transition economy: observations from Kazakhstan. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 2(1), 11-21.
- Employment Growth in Italian Local Labour Systems: Issues of Model Specification and Sectoral Aggregation. Spatial Economic Analysis, 3(3), 343-360.
- Globalization and economic geography: the world is curved, not flat. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 1(3), 351-370.
- Human capital, graduate migration and innovation in British regions. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 33(2), 317-333.
- Supply chains and locational adjustment in the global automotive industry. Policy Studies, 29(3), 255-266.
- Firm innovation: The influence of R&D cooperation and the geography of human capital inputs. Journal of Urban Economics, 64(1), 146-154.
- Innovation, R&D Cooperation and Labor Recruitment: Evidence from Finland. Small Business Economics, 31(2), 181-194.
- Human Capital, Higher Education and Graduate Migration: An Analysis of Scottish and Welsh Students. Urban Studies, 44(13), 2511-2528.
- Observational Equivalence? Regional Studies and Regional Science. Regional Studies, 41(9), 1209-1222.
- Sketching Out a Model of Innovation, Face-to-face Interaction and Economic Geography. Spatial Economic Analysis, 2(2), 117-134.
- Regional Performance and Characteristics of Indian Manufacturing Industry. Regional Studies, 41(3), 281-294.
- SOME EVIDENCE THAT WOMEN ARE MORE MOBILE THAN MEN: GENDER DIFFERENCES IN U.K. GRADUATE MIGRATION BEHAVIOR. Journal of Regional Science, 47(3), 517-539.
- Living on a plot of land as a tenure choice: The case of Panama. Journal of Housing Economics, 15(4), 349-371.
- The structure and evolution of industrial clusters: Transactions, technology and knowledge spillovers. Research Policy, 35(7), 1018-1036.
- On the supply‐side determinants of regional growth. Construction Management and Economics, 24(7), 681-693.
- Clusters and regional development: Some cautionary observations from the semiconductor industry. Information Economics and Policy, 18(2), 157-180.
- An analysis of ethnic differences in UK graduate migration behaviour. The Annals of Regional Science, 40(2), 461-471.
- Human capital flows and regional knowledge assets: a simultaneous equation approach. Oxford Economic Papers, 58(3), 475-500.
- Analytical Differences in the Economics of Geography: The Case of the Multinational Firm. Environment and Planning A, 37(10), 1857-1876.
- Innovation, knowledge spillovers and local labour markets. Papers in Regional Science, 84(3), 465-485.
- Agglomeration, economic geography and regional growth. Papers in Regional Science, 84(3), 301-309.
- Transport costs and new economic geography. Journal of Economic Geography, 5(3), 305-318.
- The Location Decision of the Multinational Enterprise: Some Theoretical and Empirical Issues. Growth and Change, 35(4), 491-524.
- Real Estate Rental Payments: Application of Stock-Inventory Modelling. Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 28(2), 271-290.
- Location, agglomeration and infrastructure. Papers in Regional Science, 83(1), 177-196.
- The Rise, Fall and Rise Again of Industrial Location Theory. Regional Studies, 37(6-7), 649-663.
- Industrial clusters, transactions costs and the institutional determinants of MNE location behaviour. International Business Review, 11(6), 647-663.
- A Comparison of Measures of Industrial Specialization For Travel-to-work Areas in Great Britain, 1981-1997. Regional Studies, 36(5), 541-551.
- The spatial and hierarchical organization of Japanese and US multinational semiconductor firms. Journal of International Management, 8(1), 121-139.
- Agglomeration Externalities and 1981-2006 Regional Growth in Brazil. Studies in Regional Science, 42(1), 145-161.
- A proof of the relationship between optimal vehicle size, haulage length and the structure of distance-transport costs. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 35(8), 671-693.
- The optimal length of an industrial tenancy. Journal of Property Research, 18(4), 321-339.
- The Continuing Growth of London Stansted Airport: Regional Economic Impacts and Potential. Regional Studies, 34(9), 875-882.
- Industrial alliances and firm location behaviour: some evidence from the US semiconductor industry. Applied Economics, 32(11), 1391-1403.
- Industrial Clusters: Complexes, Agglomeration and/or Social Networks?. Urban Studies, 37(3), 513-532.
- Regional Development in Thailand: Some Observations from the Thai Automotive Industry. Asean Economic Bulletin, 16(2), 190-207.
- A note on the meaning of neo-classical location theory and its usefulness as a basis for applied research. Papers in Regional Science, 78(3), 323-331.
- Industrial location behaviour and regional restructuring within the Fifth 'Tiger' Economy: evidence from the Thai electronics industry. Applied Economics, 31(1), 37-51.
- Regional Size, Industrial Location and Input‐Output Expenditure Coefficients. Regional Studies, 32(5), 435-444.
- How Deeply Embedded is Silicon Glen? A Cautionary Note. Regional Studies, 31(7), 695-703.
- Logistics costs and the location of the firm: A one-dimensional comparatives static approach. Location Science, 4(1-2), 101-116.
- THE REGIONAL AGGLOMERATION IMPACAT OF JUST-I-TIME INPUT LINLAGES: EVIDENCE FROM THE SCOTTISH ELECTONICS INDUSTRY. Scottish Journal of Political Economy, 43(5), 493-518.
- Journey and Transactions Frequency: An Alternative Explanation of Rent-gradient Convexity. Urban Studies, 32(9), 1549-1556.
- Rethinking the Economics of Location and Agglomeration. Urban Studies, 32(3), 563-577.
- On Regional Science: Some Thoughts from a Recent Observer. International Regional Science Review, 18(2), 249-252.
- THE LOGISTICS-COST LOCATION-PRODUCTION PROBLEM*. Journal of Regional Science, 33(4), 503-516.
- The UK ‘geography of discontent’: narratives, Brexit and inter-regional ‘levelling up’. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.
- The vulnerability of European regional labour markets to job automation: the role of agglomeration externalities. Regional Studies, 1-13.
- Rebalancing UK regional and industrial policy post-Brexit and post-Covid-19: lessons learned and priorities for the future. Regional Studies, 1-13.
- Internal migration in Indonesia: new insights from longitudinal data. Asian Population Studies, 1-23.
- The impact of KIBS’ location on their innovation behaviour. Regional Studies, 1-15.
- Promoting regional growth and innovation: relatedness, revealed comparative advantage and the product space. Journal of Economic Geography. View this article in WRRO
- The Implications of Brexit for UK and EU Regional Competitiveness. Economic Geography, 1-25.
- Schools of Thought on Economic Geography, Institutions, and Development, Handbook of Regional Science (pp. 1165-1177). Springer Berlin Heidelberg
- Incorporating Space in the Theory of Endogenous Growth: Contributions from the New Economic Geography, Handbook of Regional Science (pp. 635-659). Springer Berlin Heidelberg
- Financial Inclusion and Inclusive Development in Indonesia, Challenges of Governance (pp. 161-181). Springer International Publishing
- Introduction to Productivity Perspectives, Productivity Perspectives (pp. 1-17). Edward Elgar Publishing
- Theories of agglomeration and regional economic growth: A historical review, Handbook of Regional Growth and Development Theories: Revised and Extended Second Edition (pp. 6-23).
- Human capital and regional development, Handbook of Regional Growth and Development Theories: Revised and Extended Second Edition (pp. 149-171).
- Inter-regional and Inter-sectoral Labour Mobility and the Industry Life Cycle: A Panel Data Analysis of Finnish High Technology Sector, Advances in Spatial Science (pp. 151-179). Springer International Publishing
- Spatial Impacts of Endogenously Determined Infrastructure Investment In Shibusawa H, Sakurai K & Uchida S (Ed.), Socioeconomic Environmental Policies and Evaluations in Regional Science Essays in Honor of Yoshiro Higano Springer
- The Empirical and Institutional Dimensions of Smart Specialisation Routledge