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accessibility agglomeration agricultural areas attractive boundary bounded spaces Britain capital centers central central business district chain migration chapter close clustering coal concentration concept decisions demand devel developed nations diffusion diffusion of innovations distance distance decay dominant economic development Economic Geography economies of agglomeration England environment example factor input farm farmer Figure France geographical ghetto greater growth higher important in-migration income increasing industries innovation labor land values land-use larger cities less levels loca localization location rent locational patterns ment metropolitan migration move movement costs movement opportunities nodes nomic particularly policies political population density problem production railroad rates raw materials regions rela relationship relative residential result retailing route scale similar smaller social South spatial spillover effects structure suburban suburbs sugar beet tance tend terns tion tional tive towns transportation United United Kingdom urban places West Yorkshire