Sectoral influences on spatial changes in manufacturing: São Paulo State, Brazil, 1960-1975
P. M. Townroe, Jon Roseman, World Bank. Water Supply and Urban Development Dept. Operations Policy Staff
Water Supply and Urban Development Dept., Operations Policy Staff, The World Bank, 1982 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
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_‘_u 1975 Industrial Census 4.5 percent Annual Growth Rates area or region average branch plant Brazil Brazilian economy Campinas subregion capital intensities Chemicals negative Cities in Inner City of Sao decades Eight Subregions employment in manufacturing four subregions Greater Sao Paulo growth in manufacturing industrial mix effect Inner Region Inner Suburbs Outer jobs in manufacturing Machinery manufacturing employment Metallurgy metro area metro center metropolitan area Metropolitan Sao Paulo Outer Suburbs Subregion Paraiba Valley Subregion Paulo Inner Suburbs percent per annum polarization reversal primate city rates of urban Santos subregion Sao Paulo Inner second period secondary cities Sectoral Influences shift-share analysis Sorocaba Subregion SPATIAL CHANGES Stevens and Moore Subregion of Campinas Subregion of Santos Subregion of Sorocaba Suburbs Outer Suburbs Table Four Table Three Townroe Transport Products urban agglomerations urban growth urban population value added Western Hinterland Western Sao Paulo