Courbis R, 1975, "Urban analysis in the regional - national model REGINA of the French economy" Environment and Planning A 7(7) 863 – 878
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Urban analysis in the regional - national model REGINA of the French economy
Received in revised form 16 June 1975
Abstract. REGINA is a medium-term econometric forecasting model which incorporates about 8000 equations; in it, France is divided into five large regions whose rural, small-urban, and big-city sectors are treated separately. Thus the effects of urban development on regional balance and national growth, and conversely, the impact of macrourban policies, can be explored in a national economic planning context. It is intended that the model be used in the preparation of the VIIème Plan.
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