The pole of development’s new place in a general theory of economic activity

  title={The pole of development’s new place in a general theory of economic activity},
  author={F. Perroux},
Explaining objective forces, driving forces, and causal mechanisms affecting the formation and expansion of the peri-urban areas: A critical realism approach
Abstract Accelerated urbanization in peri-urban areas of metropolises is one of the emerging issues of the past decades which has numerous physical, social, economic, and environmental consequencesExpand
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Spatial Interaction Between Regions: Study of the East Kalimantan Province, Indonesia
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The French national territory is characterised by a rich variety of landscapes and regions upon which the post-revolutionary Jacobin Republic imposed its homogenising territorial administration withExpand
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This chapter presents the successive stages to make changes in the Polish development policy after 1989. The national administration reform of 1990 in the Third Commonwealth of Poland restored theExpand
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The existing knowledge lacks empirically informed description and explanation of the economic fundamentals driving the forces of attraction of airports. This void is arguably a result of the absenceExpand