Part I. Cities and urban systems: from theory to facts.
48. Micro-foundations of urban agglomeration economies (G. Duranton, D. Puga).
49. Evidence on the nature and sources of agglomeration economies (S. Rosenthal, W. Strange).
50. Neighborhood effects (S. Durlauf).
51. Human capital externalities in cities (E. Moretti ).
52. Theories of systems of cities (H. Abdel-Rahman, A. Anas).
53. Evolution of city size distributions (X. Gabaix, Y. Ioannides).
Part II. The design of local governments and policies
54. Urban political economics (R. Helsley).
55. Fiscal decentralization (D. Epple, T. Nechyba).
56. Sprawl and urban growth (E. Glaeser, M. Kahn).
57. Factor mobility and redistribution (H. Cremer, P. Pestieau).
Part III. Economic geography and the geography of modern economiesPart IV. The long-run view on cities and geography
58. Agglomeration and economic geography (G. Ottaviano, J.-F. Thisse).
59. The empirics of agglomeration and trade (K. Head, T. Mayer).
60. Agglomeration and regional growth (R. Baldwin, P. Martin).
61. Knowledge spillovers and the geography of innovation (D. Audretsch, M. Feldman).
62. Regional (di) convergence (S. Magrini).
63. Spatial distribution of economic activities in North America (T. Holmes, J. Stevens).
64. The Spatial distribution of economic activities in the European Union (P.-P. Combes, H. Overman).
65. Spatial distribution of economic activities in Japan and China (M. Fujite, T. Mori, J. Henderson, Y. Kanemoto).
66. Historical perspectives on US economic geography (S. Kim, R. Margo).
67. The Historical geography of European cities: An interpretive essay (P. Hohenberg).