New Models in Geography: The Political-economy Perspective, Volume 2
Richard Peet, N. J. Thrift
Routledge, 1989 - Political Science - 365 pages
Two decades after the publication of the seminal Models in Geography, edited by Richard Chorley & Peter Haggett, this major collection of specially commissioned essays charts the new human geography from the perspective of political economy.
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