Location Economics: Theoretical Underpinnings and Applications (Economists of the Twentieth Century Series 1)
By: M.L. Greenhut (author)Hardback
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These two volumes of Melvin L. Greenhut's essays extend classical location theory from its least cost approach to a maximum profit framework and revitalize neoclassical microeconomics by adding a spatial dimension. Volume one shows how locational interdependencies - and hence industrial location - are affected by marginal cost curves, demand curves and the number of firms in the market.
The philosophical framework; old and new location economics; applications of location economics.
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