Published 1974 by Association of American Geographers, Commission on College Geography in Washington .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||Walter B. Sto hr.|
|Series||Resource paper - Association of American Geographers, Commission on College Geography ; no. 26, Resource paper (Association of American Geographers. Commission on College Geography) -- no. 26.|
|LC Classifications||HT391 .S68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
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Interurban systems and regional economic development. Washington: Association of American Geographers, Commission on College Geography, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Walter B Stöhr. The book is about the analysis of regional economic performance and change, and how analysis integrates with strategies for local and regional economic development policy and planning.
First, the book provides the reader with an overview of key theoretical and conceptual contexts within which the economic development process takes place. The interurban (or radial railway) is a type of electric railway, with streetcar-like light electric self-propelled railcars which run within and between cities or were prevalent in North America between and and were used primarily for passenger travel between cities and their surrounding suburban and rural communities.
Regional Analysis, Volume I: Economic Systems explores the interconnectedness of economic and social systems as they exist and develop in territorial-environmental systems. This volume concentrates on developing and refining models of trade and urban evolution, emphasizing evolutionary models and relationship between economic and political.
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The book discusses trends, influences and challenges, including the forces of New Economic Geography (NEG) facing the development of secondary cities in developing regions using a systems analysis. CURRENTLY OPEN. N Mercedes / Norman, OK / Interurban to Tacoma.
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Regional economic development entails the creation of new businesses and expansion of existing businesses, in a way that expands the total number of jobs and results in a rising average wage. So regional economic development aims at creating more employment and a rising standard of living in the region, and it seeks to do this through causing.
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The Interurban Building, also known as the Interurban Terminal Building, was built in and anchored an electric transportation network that was the largest in the state of Texas and the South, and the third largest in the United States.
The pattern of interurban industrial localization is stable. A current explanatory approach argues that decentralization from large urban areas to mid-sized and small-sized towns is the only process now active and that the basic variables of this interurban decentralization are city size and proximity to or distance from a large urban by: 2.
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According to Electric Railroads of Indiana (Hoosier Heritage Press, ) by Jerry Marlette, a total of different interurban companies operated more than 3, cars in the Hoosier state during the interurban era.
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Similar arguments were employed during the development of the British interurban road system (and other West European systems). The paper examines the likely relevance and viability of such arguments in the.
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The first volume is the description of the study process and the findings of the various research phases during the project. A century ago, central Indiana had an electric rail network that dwarfed even the most ambitious rapid-transit schemes of today's urban planners. The "interurban" was a vast system that would.
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