spatial-interaction theory

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The view that the movement of persons between places can be expressed in terms of the attributes, such as population or employment rates, of each place. See Greenwood and Hunt (2003) Int. Reg. Sci. Rev. 26, 1 for an excellent review.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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