How A Region Grows: Area Development In The U.s. Economy

Hardcover | May 1, 1984

byHarvey S. Perloff

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This book starts with a historical description of the economic development of the various regions within the United States from 1870 together with an analytical discussion of the broad factors affecting the location of economic activity. It then proceeds to a detailed statistical analysis of the state-by-state movement of employment between the 1939 Census of Manufactures and 1958. The last chapter is devoted to programs which may help bring a better balance of labor force and employment opportunity.

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This book starts with a historical description of the economic development of the various regions within the United States from 1870 together with an analytical discussion of the broad factors affecting the location of economic activity. It then proceeds to a detailed statistical analysis of the state-by-state movement of employment be...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:147 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:May 1, 1984Publisher:Greenwood Press Reprint

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ISBN - 10:0313231524

ISBN - 13:9780313231520

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