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INTRODUCTION THE PERSPECTIVE OF ECONOMIC
The Economic Geographers Perspective
A Modelbased Approach
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agglomeration agricultural production approach basic business organizations capital capitalist central place theory central places Chapter cities commodities competitive complex concentration consumer corporate crop curve decision delivered price demand distance distribution division of labor economic activities economic geography economic rent economic system economies of scale effect enterprise environment example existing expansion factor factor of production firm's firms Fordism functions game theory geographic growth hierarchy impact important income increase industry innovation inputs interaction investment iso-outlay line labor power labor process land linkages location rent location theory Losch major manufacturing market area miles neoclassical operation particular percent perfect competition periphery plant population population density possible problem profit regions relations of production relationship relatively role route sausages scale sector shows space economy spatial organization strategy structure subcontracting tend theory tion transportation costs types urban centers variable workers