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Service industries : a geographical appraisal

The first major synthesis of an emerging geography which is undoubtedly changing the way in which academics, planners and policy-makers identify and interpret the spatial development of cities and regions in the 1980s
eBook, English, 1985
Methuen, London, 1985
1 online resource (xx, 322 pages) : illustrations, maps
9780203240939, 9780203472576, 9786610404513, 9781135836245, 9781135836191, 9781135836238, 9781138867222, 9781280404511, 9780203780817, 9780429232763, 0203240936, 0203472578, 6610404518, 1135836248, 1135836191, 113583623X, 1138867225, 1280404515, 0203780817, 0429232764
Chapter 1 Service industries: identity and delimitation
chapter 2 Service industries in the economy: some preliminary empirical evidence
chapter 3 Some causes and further consequences of the emergence of services
chapter 4 Service industry location: the central place model
chapter 5 Service industry location: beyond the central place model
chapter 6 Equity and access: public and private consumer services
chapter 7 Inter-sectoral dependence, centralization and producer services
chapter 8 Locational dynamics of producer and consumer services: competition between CBD and suburbs
chapter 9 Public policies, institutions and the location of services
chapter 10 New technology and the geography of services
English Access restricted to Education Centre Library use, and to students, faculty, and staff of Nipissing University. Ebook Central Academic Complete UKI Edition