location theory

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A group of theories which seek to explain the siting of economic activities. Various factors which affect location are considered such as localized materials and amenity, but most weight is placed on transport costs. Witlox (2000) Tijdschrift 91, 2 advocates a relational view on industrial location theory.

Subjects: Social Sciences — Earth Sciences and Geography.

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