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The Effects of State and Local Public Policies on Economic Development, Proceddings of a Symposium. New England Economic Review, Fed Res Bk of Boston, March/April 1997.

Ahern, Rowena (1993)

Alchian, A.A. (1950), "Uncertainty, Evolution and Economic Theory", Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 58, pp. 211-221 (reprinted in Witt (1993), 65-75). [ Paper(JSTOR)] [see for Geography 450: pp.213-5]

ALTVATER, ELMAR (1992): Fordist and Post-Fordist International Division of Labor and Monetary Regimes. In: Storper, Michael. Allen J. Scott (ed.) (1992): Pathways to Industrialization and Regional Development. London / New York. S. 21-45

Amin, Ash, und Thrift, Nigel (1994). Neo-Marshallian nodes in global networks. In Krumbein, Wolfgang (Hg.), Oekonomische und politische Netzwerke in der Region. Beitraege aus der internationalen Debatte (pp. 115-39). Muenster: Lit.

Anas, Alex et al., Urban Spatial Structure, Journal of Economic Literature, 36(3), September 1998, pp.1426ff.

ANDERSON, MALCOLM, JOHN HOLMES (1995): High-skill, Low-wage Manufacturing in North America: A Case Study from the Automotive Parts Industry. Regional Studies Vol. 29. Nr. 7. S. 655-671

ANGEL, DAVID P., JAMES ENGSTROM (1995): Manufacturing Systems and Technological Change: The U.S. Personal Computer Industry. Economic Geography. Vol. 71. Nr. 1. pp. 79-102


Bacon, Ph. ed., Focus on Geography (1970), Ch.l, "Location Theory,"

Barnes, Trevor, "A New Industrial Geography," Canadian Journal of Regional Science 10(1), Spring 1987, 97-105.

Baumol, William J. and Richard E. Quandt, "Rules of Thumb and Optimally Imperfect Decisions," American Economic Review, 1964, No.1, pp.23-41.

Beckmann, Martin J., Marschak, Thomas. "An Activity Analysis Approach to Location Theory." Proceedings of the 2nd Symposium in Linear Programming, National Bureau of Standards, U.S. Department of Commerce, 1955. (1956) [49pp] Cowles Foundation Paper no.99 (PDF available)

Beckmann & Thisse, "Location of Production Activities," in: Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics, P.Nijkamp,ed., 1986, Vol.I, Ch.2

Berry, Brian,J.L., Rent in Cyberspace, (Fellows Address, April 21, 1995, Southern Regional Science Association) Review of Regional Studies (1995/96?) (reprint)

Blaug, Mark, "Spatial Economics and the Classical Theory of Location," in: Economic Theory in Retrospect, 4th ed., 1985. (ch.14), pp.614-631.

  1. The Isolated State
  2. Rent Theory
  3. The Thuenen Problem Again
  4. The Theory of Rings
  5. Industrial Plant Location Theory
  6. The Three-Points Problem
  7. Sales Areas
  8. New Development in Location Theory
  9. Weber's Theory of Industrial Location
  10. Market Area Analysis
  11. Isard's General Equilibrium Theory
  12. Linear Transport Cost Functions
  13. What Survives of Classical Location Theory
  14. The Continued Neglect of Location Theory

    Notes on Further Readings

Blaug, "The German Hegemony of Location Theory" History of Political Economy, Spring 1979

Bromley, R.F., Trader Mobility in Systems of Periodic and Daily Markets, in: Hebert, D.T. and R.J.Johnston, eds., Geography and the Urban Environment: Progress in Research and Applications. Vol.3, Chichester: Wiley , pp.133-74.

Brown, Stephen. Harold Hotelling and the Principle of Minimum Differentation, Progress in Human Geography, 13(4), 1989.

Brown, Stephen. "Retail Location Theory: The Legacy of Harold Hotelling," Journal of Retailing 65(4), Winter 1989, pp.450-70.


Campbell, James F., "A Survey of Network Hub Location," Studies in Locational Analysis 6(1994), 31-49.

Clark, Colin. Urban Population Densities, Journ. of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, vol.114, 1951, 490-6.

Clark, Gordon L., Fluctuations and Rigidities in Local Labor Markets," Environment & Planning A, vol.15, 1983

CLARK, ULF E.G. (1976): The Cyclical Sensitivity of Employment in Branch and Parent Plants. Regional Studies. Vol. 10. S. 293-298

Coase, Ronald H., "The Nature of the Firm," Economica N.S.1937 (4), 386-405. [Reprinted in Stigler, G.J. and K.E.Boulding, eds., Readings in Price Theory. Homewood: Irwin, 1952]

Cohen, Michael D., James G. March, Johan P. Olsen A Garbage Can Model of Organizational Choice Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 1. (Mar., 1972), pp. 1-25.[JSTORS]

CONTI, SERGIO, EDWARD J. MALECKI, PÄIVI OINAS (1995): Introduction: rethinking the geography of enterprise. In: CONTI, SERGIO, EDWARD J. MALECKI, PÄIVI OINAS (Hrsg.): The Industrial Enterprise and Its Environment: Spatial Perspectives. Aldershot. S. 1-12

Cooper, Leon. Solutions of Generalized Locational Equilibrium Models, Journ. of Regional Science 7(1), 1967, 1-18.

Cox, K.R.,"The Behavioral Revolution in Geography: Def.&Evaluat." Geographica] Perspectives No.33, 1974, pp.41-50.

Cullen, I.,"Structured Locational Decisions"in: Appl.Urb.Analysis, Ch.6


Danielsson, Albert, "The Locational Decision from the Point of View of the Individual Company," Swedish Journal of Economics. 66(2), 47-87

DICKEN, PETER (1990): The geography of enterprise. Elements of a research agenda. In: de Smidt, Marc, Egbert Wever (Hrsg.): The Corporate Firm in a Changing World Economy. Case Studies in the Geography of Enterprise. London / New York, Routledge. S. 234-244

Dicken, Peter, The Multiplant Business Enterprise and Geographical Space, Regional Studies 10, 1976, 401-12.

Dicken, Peter (1971): Some Aspects of the Decision-Making Behavior of Business Organizations," Economic Geography vol.47, pp.426-37.

DIGIOVANNA, SEAN (1996): Industrial Districts and Regional Economic Development: A Regulation Approach. Regional Studies Vol. 30. Nr. 4. S. 373-386

DUNNING, JOHN H. (1988): The Eclectic Paradigm of International Production: a Restatement and some possible Extensions. In: Journal of International Business Studies, Spring, pp. 1-31.

Dupuy, Jean Claude and Andre Torre, "Cooperation and Trust in Spatially Clustered Firms," in: Lazaric, Nathalie and Edward Lorenz, eds., Trust and Economic Learning. Edward Elgar 1998, pp.141-61. [HB72.T78]


Eaton, B.C. and R.G.Lipsey, The Principle of Minimum Differentiation Revisited: Some New Developments in the Theory of Spatial Competition, Review of Economic Studies, 42, 1975, 27-49.

Eliot Hurst, M.E., The Structure of Movement and Household Travel Behaviour, Urban Studies 6(1), February 1969, 70-82.

Emery, F.E. and E.L. Trist, The Causal Texture of Organizational Environments, Human Relations 18, 1965, pp.21-32.


Fales, Raymond L. and Leon N. Moses, "Thunen, Weber and the Spatial Structure of the Nineteenth Century City," in: Perlman, Leven & Chinitz, 1972.

FORSGREN, MATS, ULF HOLM, JAN JOHANSON (1992): Internationalization of the Second Degree: The Emergence of European-Based Centres in Swedish Firms. In: Young, Stephen, James Hamill (Hrsg.): Europe and the Multinationals. Issues and Responses for the 1990s. Aldershot, Elgar. S. 235-253

Freeman, Chris (1994). The economics of technical change. Cambridge Journal of Economics, Vol.18, pp. 463- 514.


Glaeser, Edward L., "Are Cities Dying?" Journal of Economic Perspectives 12(2), Spring 1998, pp.139-60.

Goldberg, Michael A., "On the Inefficiency of Being Efficient," Environment & Planning A, vol.7, 1975, 921-39.

Golledge, et al., "Behavioural Approaches in Geography: Overview," Australian Geographer 12(1), 1972, 59-79.

Gordon, Richard (1995). Globalization, New Production Systems and the Spatial Division of Labour. In: Wolfgang Littek, Tony Charles (Hg.), The New Division of Labour. Emerging Forms of Work Organisation in International Perspective (pp. 163-207). Berlin, New York: Walter de Gruyter.

Griffith, Daniel A., "Evaluating the Transformation from a Monocentric to a Polycentric City," Professional Geographer, 33(2), 1981, pp.189-96.

Guelicher, H., Einige Eigenschaften Optimaler Standorte in Verkehrsnetzen, Schriften des Vereins fuer Sozialpolitik, Neue Folge, 42, 1965, 111-37.


Haig, Robert M., Toward and Understanding of the Metropolis, Quarterly Journal of Economics, 2 parts, 1926.

"Every business is a packet of functions, and within limits these functions can be separated and located at different places."

HAKANSON, L. (1979): Towards a theory of location and and corporate growth. In: Hamilton, Frederick E.I., Geoffrey J.R. Linge (Hrsg.): Spatial Analysis, Industry and the Industrial Environment. Volume 1: Industrial Systems. New York, John Wiley. S. 115-138

Hakimi, S.L. Optimal Location of Switching Centers and the Absolute Centers and Medians of a Graph, Operations Research 12, 1964, 450-9.

Hampton, P., Economics and Human Geography. Progress in Human Geography 11(1), 1987, pp.106-25. (Dept. of Econ. Univ.of Canterbury, NZ)

Harris, Chauncy D., "The Market as a Factor in the Localization of Industry in the United States," Annals (AAG). 44(4), 1954, pp.315-48.

Harrington, JW, TJ Barnes, AK Glasmeier, DM Hanink, and DL Rigby, "Economic Geography: Reconceiving "The Economic" and "The Region"";(1999)
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Harrison, B. (1992) "Industrial Districts: Old Wine in New Bottles?" Regional Studies, Vol.26, No.5, pp.469-83.

Haynes K.E. and M.I.Rube, "Directional Bias in Urban Population Density," Annals (AAG) 63(1), March 1973, pp.40ff.

HAYTER, ROGER, H. DOUG WATTS (1983): The geography of enterprise: a reappraisal. Progress in Human Geography Vol. 7(2), pp.157-181

Heenan, David A., The Regional Headquarters Decision: An Empirical Analysis, Academy of Management Journal 22(2), 1979, 410-5.

Helfgott, Roy B., On the Demise of the Long Run, in: Journal of Economic Perspectives 3(4), 1989, 149-52. [JSTORS-PDF]

Hemenway, David, The Optimal Location of Doctors, New England Journal of Medicine 306(7), 1982, 397-401

Hirsch, Seev, "The U.S. Electronics Industry in International Trade,"

HOLMES, JOHN (1986): The organization and locational structure of production subcontracting. In: Scott, Allen J., Michael Storper (Hrsg.): Production, work, territory. The geographical anatomy of industrial capitalism. Boston/London/Sydney. pp.80-106

Hoover, Edgar M. Jr., Spatial Price Discrimination The Review of Economic Studies, Vol. 4, No. 3. (Jun., 1937), pp. 182-191. [ Paper (JSTOR)]

Hotelling, Harold, "Stability and Competition," Economic Journal 39(1), 1929, 41- 57. [Paper (JSTOR)]


Jacobson, David and Terrence McDonough,
Irish Industry, International Trade and European Integration, Dublin, 1997. (incl. discussion of Krugman's and Porter's analyses of agglomeration processes)

Jameson, F., Postmodernism, or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism. New Left Review 146, 1984, pp.53-92.

Janelle, Donald G., Global Interdependence and its Consequences, in: Stanley Brunn and Thomas Leinbach, eds., Collapsing Space and Time: Geographic Aspects of Communications and Information. London: Harper Collins Academic 1991, Ch.3, pp.49ff.


Kasarda, John D. (1990). "Structural Factors Affecting the Location and Timing of Urban Underclass Growth," Urban Geography, Vol.11, No.3 (June), 234264.

Kasuga, S., "A Reconsideration of Factors Determining Location," (Japanese), Economic Review of Oita University, #3, 1958. [quoted in Nishioka & Krumme]

King, L.J. and R.G.Golledge, "Bayesian Analysis and Models in Geographic Research," in Univ. of Iowa Geography Dept. Discussion Papers No.12, 1969, pp.15-45 [Geographical Essays Commemorating the Retirement of Harold H. McCarty]

Koopmans, Tjalling C. and Martin J. Beckmann, Assignment Problems and the Location of Economic Activities Econometrica, Vol. 25, No. 1. (Jan., 1957), pp. 53-76. [ Abstract || Paper (JSTOR)]
Cowles Foundation Paper #108 (PDF available)

Two problems in the allocation of indivisible resources are discussed. Both can be interpreted as problems of assigning plants to locations. Assignment Problems and the

Krugman, Paul, "Increasing Returns and Economic Geography," Journ. of Pol.Econ. 99(3), 1991, pp.483-99. [Abstract] [Paper (JSTOR)]

Krugman, Paul. On the Number and Location of Cities," European Economic Review 37 (2-3), 1993, pp. 293-8.

Krugman, Paul, "Space: The Final Frontier," Journal of Economic Perspectives 12(2), Spring 1998, pp.161-74.

Krumme, G. ["On Location"]
Krumme, G. [Flexibility, Information and Uncertainty]

Kuhn, Harold W. and Robert E. Kuenne, An Efficient Algorithm for the Numerical Solution of the Generalized Weber Problem in Spatial Economics, Journ. of Regional Science 4(2), 1962, 21-33.


Laulajainen, Risto. "What about Managerial Geography?" GeoJournal 44(1), 1998, pp.1-7.

Laulajainen, Risto. "Three Tests of Locational Matching," Geografiska Annaler, 63B, 1981, pp.35-45.

LEBORGNE, DANIÈLE, ALAIN LIPIETZ (1988): New Technologies, New Modes of Regulation: Some Spatial Implications. Environment and Planning Series D. Vol. 6, pp. 263-280

A. P. Lerner, H. W. Singer Some Notes on Duopoly and Spatial Competition The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 45, No. 2. (Apr., 1937), pp. 145-186. [ Paper (JSTOR)]


Machlup, Fritz. Theories of the Firm: Marginalist, Behavioral, Managerial The American Economic Review, Vol. 57, No. 1. (Mar., 1967), pp. 1-33. [Paper (JSTOR)] [ p.10: "The fallacy of misplaced concreteness"]

McMillan, T.E., Jr., Why ManufacturersChoose Locations vs. Determinants of Plant Location," Land Economics, August 1965, pp.239-46.

Malecki, E.J. "Word Games and Fuzzy Concepts," Guest Editorials, Environment & Planning A18, 1986, 289-92. [Discussion of the concept of "Business Climate"]

Margulis, Harry L., Predicting the Growth and Filtering of At-risk Housing: Structure Ageing, Poverty and Redlining, Urban Studies 35(8), July 1998, pp.1231ff.

Marshall, J.N., Organizational Theory and Industrial Location, Environment & Planning A 14, 1982, 1667-83.

Massey, "Critical Eval.of Ind.Location Theory,"in:Hamilton&Linge, 1979

McDonald, John, Econometric Studies of Urban Population Density: A Survey, Journal of Urban Economics. 26, 1989, 361-85.

MAIR, ANDREW (1993): New Growth Poles? Just-in-time Manufacturing and Local Economic Development Strategy. Regional Studies Vol. 27. S. 207-221.

MCNEE, ROBERT B. (1960): Towards a more humanistic economic geography: the geography of enterprise. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, Vol. 51. pp. 201-205

Mills & Nijkamp, "Advances in Urban Economics," in: E.Mills, ed., Handbook of Urban Economics, 1987, [HT391.3H36/v.2/Suzz]

Moses, Leon, "Location and the Theory of Production," Quarterly Journal of Economics 72(1958), 259-72.

Mulligan, "Agglomeration & Central Place Theory" IRSR 9(1),1984,1ff.


Nelson, Richard R., "Recent Evolutionary Theorizing About Economic Change," Journ. of Econ. Lit., 33(1), 1995, pp.48-90.

Newling, B., The Spatial Variation of Urban Population Densities, Geographical Review 59, 1969, 242-52.

Nijkamp & Mills, "Advances in Regional Economics," Ch.l in Handbook of Reg. Economics, P.Nijkamp, Ed.,1986 [HT391.3H36 v.l/Suzz]

Nishioka, H. and G. Krumme, "Location Conditions, Factors and Decisions: An Evaluation of Selected Location Surveys," Land Economics, May 1973, 195-205.


Ó HUALLACHÁIN, BREANDÁN, RICHARD A. MATTHEWS (1994): Economic Restructuring in Primary Industries: Transaction Costs and Corporate Vertical Integration in the Arizona Copper Industry, 1980-1991. Annals of the Association of American Geographers Vol. 84, pp. 399-417


Parr, John and Kenneth G. Denike, "Theoretical Problems in Central Place Analysis," Economic Geography 46(4), October 1970, pp.568-86.

Parr, John, G.O'Neill and A. Nairn. Metropolitan Density Functions, Regional Science and Urban Economics vol.18, 1988, 463-78.

Patchell, J.R., From Production Systens to Learning Systems: Lessons from Japan, Environment & Planning A25, 1993, 797-815.

Patchell, J.R. Kaleidoscope Economies: The Process of Cooperation, Competition and Control, Annals (AAG) 86, 1996, 481-506.

Patchell & Hayter or Hayter & Patchell

Penrose, Edith Tilton, Biological Analogies in the Theory of the Firm The American Economic Review, Vol. 42, No. 5. (Dec., 1952), pp. 804-819.[JSTOR (Paper)]

Peucker (now: Poiker), Thomas K., Johann Georg Kohl, A Theoretical Geographer of the 19th Century, Prof. Geog. 20(4), 1968, pp.247ff.

Porter, Michael E. (1990). The Competitive Advantage of Nations. Harvard Business Review, 68(2), pp.73- 93.

POTTER, JONATHAN (1995): Branch plant economies and flexible specialisation: evidence from Devon and Cornwall. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie Vol. 86. Nr. 2. pp. 162-176

Predöhl, Andreas, "The Standortproblem in der Wirtschaftstheorie," Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, 21 (1925), 294-331.


Quigley, John M., "Urban Diversity and Economic Growth," Journal of Economic Perspectives 12(2), Spring 1998, pp.127-38.


Richardson-R.; Marshall-J.N. Teleservices, call centres and urban and regional development. Service-Industries-Journal. 1999; 19(1): 96-116 [ Location: Foster Business Library Periodicals -- Shelved by title: Service industries journal -- Call number: HD9980.1 .S47 -- LIB HAS: v.9- (1989-)]

This article examines the character of call centres, which are attracting considerable interest among economic development agencies seeking to attract inward investment. The paper examines the type of employment provided in call centres, their locational requirements and their wider impact on local economies. Rondinelli, Dennis A. "Location Analysis and Regional Development: Summing Up and Moving On," Intern. Regional Science Review 15(3), 1993, 325-40.

Rawstrom, E.M., "Three Principles of Industrial Location," Transactions (Inst. of Brit. Geog.) Vol.25 (1958), pp.132-42.

Rees, John, "On the Spatial Spread and Oligopolistic Behavior of Large Rubber Companies," Geoforum 9, 1978, pp.319-30.

Rodgers, Allan, "Industrial Inertia -- A Major Factor in the Location of the Steel Industry in the United States," Geographical Review 42(1), January 1952, 56-66. [ JSTORS]


Saffro, Paul. DisinteREmediation: Longer, Not Shorter, Value Chains Are Coming [From 1998 Ten-Year Forecast]

... a much more dangerous bit of conventional wisdom is on the loose. It is the notion that information technologies will that is, networks and information systems will allow buyer and seller to interact directly, thereby eliminating intermediaries and radically shortening value chains. There's only one problem with this theory. It's directly at odds with what is actually happening.

Samuelson, Paul, "The Transfer Problem and Transport Costs: The Terms of Trade When Impediments are Absent," Economic Journal, Vol. 62, No. 246. (Jun., 1952), pp. 278-304. [Paper (JSTOR)]

Schlieder, Christoph; Thomas Voegele; Anke Werner Location Modeling for Intentional Behavior in Spatial Partonomies [Bremen, accessed 2002]

Schoenberger,E.,"New Models of Regional Change,"in: Peet & Thrift, 1989

SCHOENBERGER, E. (1988): Multinational Corporations ad the New International Division of Labour. In: International Regional Sience Review Vol. 11/2.105-119.

SCHOENBERGER, ERICA (1988): From Fordism to flexible accumulation: technology, competitive strategies, and international location. Environment and Planning D. Vol. 6. S. 245-262.

Scitovsky, T. "Two Concepts of External Economies, Journ. of Pol. Econ. 62(1954), pp. 143-51 [Paper (JSTOR)].

Scitovsky, T."Can Capitalism Survive--An Old Question in a New Setting?" American Economic Review, 1980.

(in Richard T. Ely Lecture) The American Economic Review, Vol. 70, No. 2, Papers and Proceedings of the Ninety-Second Annual Meeting of the American Economic Association, Atlanta, Georgia, December 28-30, 1979. (May, 1980), pp. 1-9.

Scott, Allen J., The Geographic Foundations of Industrial Performance

COMPETITION AND CHANGE: THE JOURNAL OF GLOBAL BUSINESS AND POLITICAL ECONOMY Vol.1(1), Sept. 1995. [The question of economic geography and industrial performance is broached by noting that the modern world economy is in part made up of a mosaic of interdependent regional production systems.]

Scott, A.J., "The Role of Large Producers in Industrial Districts: A Case Study of High Technology Systems Houses in Southern California," Regional Studies, 26 (1992), 265-75. Simon, Herbert A., Theories of Decision-Making in Economics and Behavioral Science. The American Economic Review, Vol. 49, No. 3. (Jun., 1959), pp. 253-283. [ Paper (JSTOR)]

Simon, Herbert A. A Behavioral Model of Rational Choice, The Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 69, No. 1. (Feb., 1955), pp. 99-118. [Paper (JSTOR)]
Coles Fondation Paper #98 (PDF available)

Introduction, 99.--I. Some general features of rational choice, 100.--II. The essential simplifications, 103.--III. Existence and uniqueness of solutions, 111.--IV. Further comments on dynamics, 113.--V. Conclusion, 114.--Appendix, 115.

Skinner, G.William, Marketing and Social Structure in Rural China, Journal of Asian Studies,24 (1964), 3-43.

Smith, David M., "A Theoretical Framework for Geographical Studies of Industrial Location," Economic Geography 42 (1966), 95-113. [See also his book: Industrial Location]

Smith,N.,"Uneven Development & Location Theory,"in: Peet & Thrift, 1989

Smith, Robert H.T. Periodic Market Places and Periodic Marketing, Progress in Human Geography 3(4), 1979 and 4(1), 1980.

Smithies, A., Optimum Location in Spatial Competition The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 49, No. 3. (Jun., 1941), pp. 423-439. [ Paper (JSTOR)]

Stafford, Howard A., The Anatomy of the Location Decision: Content Analysis of Case Studies. In: F.E.Ian Hamilton, ed., Spatial Perspectives on Industrial Location Organization and Decision Making, London: Wiley, 1974, pp.169-87.

Stafford. Howard A., An Industrial Location Decision Model, Proceedings, Association of American Geographers, 1, 1969, 141-5.

Stahl, K., "Theories of Urban Business Location," in: Mills, E., ed., Handbook of Reg.& Urb.Econ., 1987, vol.2, Ch.l9.

Steed, G.P.F., The Changing Milieu of the Firm, in: Annals, Assoc. of American Geog. 58 (1968), 506-25.

Steed, G.P.F., Forms of Corporate-Environmental Adaptation, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 62, March/April 1971,

Stevens, "Location of Economic Activities: The JRS Contribution to the Research Literature," Journal of Regional Science (JRS) 25(4), 1985, 663ff.

Stigler, George J., "The Early History of Empirical Studies of Consumer Behavior," Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 62, No. 2, Apr., 1954, pp.95-113. [Paper (JSTOR)].

Stigler, George, "Production and Distribution in the Short Run," Journ. of Political Economy. 47, 1939, 305-27.

Stine, J.H., Temporal Aspects of Tertiary Production Elements in Korea, in: F.R. Pitts, ed., Urban Systems and Economic Development, Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon School of Business Administration, 1962.

Storper, Michael (1995). The Resurgence of Regional Economies, Ten Years Later: The Region as a Nexus of Untraded Interdependencies. European Urban and Regional Studies, Vol.2(3), pp. 191-221.

STORPER, MICHAEL, RICHARD WALKER (1989): The Capitalist Imperative. New York. S. 70-98

Straszheim, M., "The Theory of Urban Residential Location," in Mills, ed., Handbook of Reg.&Urb.Econ.,1987, vol.2, Ch.18 [HT391.3H36]


TAYLOR, MICHAEL, NIGEL THRIFT (1983): Business Organization, Segmentation and Location. Regional Studies Vol. 17. S. 445-465

  • Terreberry, Shirley. The Evolution of Organizational Environments Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. 4. (Mar., 1968), pp.590-613.

    TICKELL, ADAM, JAMIE PECK (1992): Accumulation, regulation and the geographies of post-Fordism: missing links in regulationist research. Progress in Human Geography Vol. 16. S. 190-218

    Tiebout, Charles M., Location Theory, Empirical Evidence and Economic Evolution, Papers & Proceedings of the Regional Science Association, Vol.3, 1957, pp.74-86.

    Tiebout, Charles M., "A Pure Theory of Local Expenditures," The Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 64, No. 5. (Oct., 1956), pp. 416-424. [ Paper (JSTOR)]
    Reprinted in: Cheshire,-Paul-C.; Evans,-Alan-W., eds. Urban and regional economics. International Library of Critical Writings in Economics, no. 14, Aldershot, U.K. and Brookfield, Vt.: Elgar, 1991, pages 164-72. also reprinted in other books [see e.g. JEL catalog]

    Other Publications of Charles M. Tiebout

    Tobin, R.L.; Miller, T.; Friesz, T.L., Incorporating competitors' reactions in facility location decisions: a market equilibrium approach. Location-Science. 1995. 3/4, 239-253.

    Townroe, P M, Rationality of the industrial location decision. Urban Studies, 28, 1991. pages 383-392.


    Ullman, Edward L.


    Walcott-S.M. High tech in the Deep South: Biomedical firm clusters in Metropolitan Atlanta. Growth-and-Change. 1999; 30(1): 48-74

    The relation between biomedical firms and their metropolitan region location in Atlanta. Georgia is examined as an empirical test of both innovative milieu agglomeration theory and place specific strategies for life science companies in the Deep South.

    Walker, Richard, "A Requiem for Corporate Geography: New Directions in Industrial Organization, the Production of Place and the Uneven Development", Geografiska Annaler 71B(1), 1989, pp.43-68.

    Watts, H.D. and H.A. Stafford, "Plant Closure and the Multiplant Firm: Some Conceptual Issues," Progress in Human Geography 10(2), 1986, pp.206-27.

    Webber, Melvin. "Order in Diversity: Community without Propinquity," in Wingo, L. et al., Cities and Space: The Future Use of Urban Land. Johm Hopkins Press, 1963, pp.23ff.

    Whitaker, John K., "Enemies or Allies? Henry George and Francis Amasa Walker One Century Later," Journ. of Economic Literature 35, Dec. 1997, 1891-1915.

    Whitmore, Harland William, Plant Location and the Demand for Investment: A Theoretical Analysis, Journal of Regional Science 21(1), February 1981, 89-101.

    Williamson, Oliver E. Managerial Discretion and Business Behavior The American Economic Review, Vol. 53, No. 5. (Dec., 1963), pp. 1032-1057. [Paper (JSTOR)]

    Wolfe, David A., THE EMERGENCE OF THE REGION STATE Original November, 1996; Revised January, 1997; Department of Political Science University of Toronto.

    "....The new information and communication technologies are exerting a profound influence on the locus of sovereign authority between supra-, sub-, and national levels of governance. The new technologies radically alter the calculus of transportation and communications economics by facilitating more effective coordination of activities across dispersed geographic locations and by substituting the transmission of information for the transportation of goods, capital and labour. The resulting trend towards globalization is marked by an intensification of the pattern of interaction between individual and corporate actors across societies, as well as between nation states...."

    Wolpert, Julian, The Decision Process in Spatial Context, Annals, AAG, 54, 1964, pp.537-58.

    Wolpert, Julian, Behavioral Aspects of the Decision to Migrate, Papers, Regional Science Association, 15, 1965, 159-69. [Reprinted in Demko et al., eds., Population Geography, A Reader]

    Wolpert, Julian, Distance and Directional Bias in Inter-Urban Migration Streams," Annals, AAG, 57(3), September 1967, 605-16.

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