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Agricultural Land Use Theory

Bannister, G., "Land Use Theory and Factor Intensities," Geog.Analysis, Vol.9, 1977, pp. 319-39.

Beckmann, Martin, "Von Thünen Revisited: A Neoclassical Land Use Model," Swedish Journ. of Econ. Vol.74, 1972, pp.l-7.

Brake, Klaus, ed., Johann Heinrich von Thünen und die Entwicklung der Raumstruktur- Theorie. Oldenburg: Heinz Holzberg Verlag, 1985 (9lpp.)

Day, Richard H. and Herbert E. Tinney, A Dynamic von Thünen Model, Geographical Analysis, I(2), April 1969, 137ff.

Dunn, Edgar S.Jr. The Location of Agricultural Production. Gainesville: Univ. of Florida Press, 1954.

Found, William C. A Theoretical Approach to Rural Land Use Patterns. N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1971. [extensive bibliography of earlier work in Geography!!]

Furuseth,O.J. & J.T.Pierce, Agricultural Land in an Urban Society, 1982 HD205F87

Garrison, W.L. and D.F. Marble, "The Spatial Structure of Agricultural Activities," Annals, AAG, vol.47, 1957, pp.137-44.

Gould, Peter. Man Against His Environment: A Game-Theoretic Framework, Annals (AAG), 53(3), Sept. 1963, 290-7.

Grotewold, Andreas. Von Thünen in Retrospect, Economic Geography, 35(4), Oct. 1959, 346ff.

Hall, Peter,ed., Von Thunen's Isolated State. Oxford: Pergamon, 1966.

International Regional Science Review, Special Issue on "Regional Development and the Preservation of Agricultural Land," vol.7(3), December 1982. (papers on urbanization of farmland, adequacy of agricultural land in US, agricultural policy in Sweden)

Jones, Donald W.,"An Introduction to the Thuenen Location & Land Use Model," in Gosh & Ingene. Spatial Analysis in Marketing. JAI Press, 1991. pp.35-70. [HF5415.2 R4342 v.5]

Katzman, M.T., The Von Thünen Paradigm, the Industrial-Urban Hypothesis, and the Spatial Structure of Agriculture," American Journ. of Agricultural Econ., vol.56, 1974, pp.683-96.

Kellerman, Aharon. Agricultural Location Theory: A Review and Bibliography of Theory and Application. RSRI Discussion Papers No.129. [HT390R22 no.129]

Kellerman, A., "Economic and Spatial Aspects of von Thünen's Factor Intensity Theory," Environment and Planning, 15(11), November 1983, pp.1521-30.

Samuelson, Paul, "Thünen at Two Hundred," Journ. of Econ.Lit. 21(4), Dee.1983, 1468-88.

Visser, S., "On Agricultural Location Theory," GeocJ. Anal. 14(2U), 198?, 167-76.

Wilson, A.G. and M. Birkin, "Dynamic Models of Agricultural Location in a Spatial Interaction Framework," Working Papers, Univ. of Leeds, School of Geography, 1985. [GlW675,#399]

Winsberg, M.D. "Intensity of Agricultural Production and Distance from the City: The Case of Southeastern United States," Southeastern Geographer, Vol.21, 1981, pp.54-63.

Address of Thünen Society, North American Division: Box 10270A, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tenn. 37614-0002. (9/1993)


Syllabi: Agriculture and von Thünen's Land Use Model


Urban Land Use Theory:

Alonso, William. Location and Land Use. Harvard University Press 1964.

von Böventer (1967)

Fales, R.I.. and Leon N. Moses, "Thünen, Weber and the Spatial Structure of the l9th Century City," in: Perlman, Leven and Chinitz, Spatial, Regional and Population Economics. 1972, pp.137

Muth, Richard F. Cities and Housing. University of Chicago Press 1969.

Wingo, Lowdon. Transportation and Urban Land. Washington D.C. Resources for the Future, 1961.


Residential Location Theory:

Werczberger, E., "Endogenous and Exogenous Externalities in Residential Location Theory," 1991 (from Boyce, Regional Science) 4 pages: 80-87


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