Regional economics: location theory, urban structure, and regional change [by] Harry W. Richardson.


New York, Praeger [1969] .

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Subjects City planning.
Industrial location.
Regional economics.
Space in economics.
Series Praeger paperbound texts.
Description xii, 457 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 429-442).
Contents Location. Spatial price theory -- Transport costs and location -- The optimal location of the firm -- The general theory of location -- The urban economy. Urban spatial structure -- Urban growth -- The urban public economy -- Regional economics. The regional framework -- Inter-regional income theory -- Regional business cycles -- Factor mobility -- Regional growth -- Policy objectives and efficiency -- The strategy of regional policy.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)49046
(OCoLC)ocm00049046
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