Introduction: The Perspective of Economic Geography PART I: LOCATION IN SPACE: A MODED-BASED APPROACH 2. Spatial Organization of Economic Activities: A Simplified Model 3. A Heterogeneous Land Surface 4. Transportation and the Spatial Organization of Economic Activities: Routes, Networks, Transportation Costs 5. Spatial Variations in Production Costs 6. Demand, Scale and Agglomeration 7. The Time-Space Dimension: Cumulative Economic Development PART II: LOCATION IN SPACE: ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES 8. The Contemporary Business World: Economic Structure, Business Organizations and the Competitive Process 9. Strategic Behavior of Large Business Organizations: A Geographical Perspective 10. Insights from the Social and Economic Theories of Marx 11. Social Relations and the Geography of Production 12. Postscript.
Location in Space: Theoretical Perspectives in Economic Geography by Peter Dicken
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