2 edition of Location patterns and dynamics of industrial activity in the modern metropolis found in the catalog.
Location patterns and dynamics of industrial activity in the modern metropolis
Allen J. Scott
Bibliography: p. 60-78.
|Statement||Allen J. Scott.|
|Series||Discussion paper / Dept. of Geography, University of Toronto -- no. 27|
|LC Classifications||HD58 S36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. --|
|Number of Pages||78|
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Get this from a library. Locational patterns and dynamics of industrial activity in the modern metropolis: a review essay. [Allen John Scott]. Downloadable. This paper attempts to review and re-structure a mass of published ideas on the geography of industrial activity in the modern metropolis.
The argument proceeds in a series of stages. First, some basic locational factors in the city are examined. Second, a critical discussion of the literature on economies of agglomeration and scale in cities is undertaken. Today industrial location research finds itself in a new milieu, quite different with regard to (1) contemporary charactertetics of industrialization, (2) the world socio-economic and political environment, and (3) the scientific alms and methods of geographic research into industrial akikopavolka.com: akikopavolka.com Hamilton.
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Locational Patterns and Dynamics of Industrial Activity in the Modern Metropolis. the intraurban location patterns of industrial firms have been explained with an equilibrium bid-rent model Author: Roger W.
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