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" The residence of the consumer is the decisive factor in the location of many industries. These are the so-called service-industries, such as shoe mending, barbering, etc., and all those industries that produce goods for the personal and individual inspection... "
Business geography and the development of American industries - Page 165
by Edward Sherwood Mead - 1902 - 231 pages
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The philosophy of wealth: Economic principles newly formulated

John Bates Clark - Business & Economics - 1907 - 235 pages
...trouble; but the purely mercantile operation of getting a title to a product and then surrendering it can be carried on as well in one place as in another. The entrepreneur in his capacity of buyer and seller does not even do the work which purchases and...
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Essentials of Economic Theory: As Applied to Modern Problems of Industry and ...

John Bates Clark - Economic development - 1907 - 566 pages
...trouble; but the purely mercantile operation of getting a title to a product and then surrendering it can be carried on as well in one place as in another. The entrepreneur in his capacity of buyer and seller does not even do the work which purchases and...
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Economics: A Practical Exposition of the Science of Business, with ...

Edward Sherwood Mead - Economics - 1914 - 471 pages
...those industries that produce goods for the personal and individual inspection of the consumer—such as tailoring, millinery, dressmaking, photographing...not figure largely, as a rule, seek the consumer. 75. Specialization of labor a determining factor.— Specialization of labor is often a determining...
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