Location by Guesswork

Location by Guesswork

The "theoretical vacuum" on location of industry is exposed. How real are the disadvantages of migration (a) into conurbations, (b) into the South East? Recent work in transport economics must be fitted into a wider strategy of scientific location policy - but in that direction economic theory has made little progress since the Barlow Report of January 1940.

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