Understanding Economic Geography and Location Over Time
Chapter 3: Geography and economics
This chapter attempts to link the discussions of economists and geographers on the issue of space in the economy. The two academic disciplines had separate views and developments even though they considered the same subject: the issue of space in the economy. In spite of the same subject, the two disciplines had sometimes diverging views. Cooperation and exchange of views are necessary and welcome.
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