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  • This paper is a follow-up to one published in a recent issue of the Review of Agricul­tural Economics [Hite, 1997] in which the Thunen model is suggested as a basic conceptual paradigm for rural development analysis. It is assumed that readers of this paper have either read the earlier one or have ready access to it. Except for a brief summary, that paper will not be reargued here. Instead, the Thunen paradigm will be tested for its robustness as a tool for explaining observed empirical evidence of rural economic phenomena.
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  • description.provenance : Made available in DSpace on 2009-04-08T15:41:33Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 4Conceptual Foundations of Economic Research in Rural Studies_a proceedings.pdf: 1564160 bytes, checksum: 16223bb79a59dda5666ff615f6a919c5 (MD5)Economics of Rural Areas_Rural Capital, Capital Immobility, and Path Dependence.pdf: 1570831 bytes, checksum: 8064e9dde0c2bced12c9bf2839d8b9c9 (MD5)New Economic Geography for Low Density Places_Insights from Kaldor and Lancaster.pdf: 1570882 bytes, checksum: 90d084b73dc9536b070f08dbee56996e (MD5)Rural Development, The Thunen Paradigm and the Death of Distance_Does Space Still Matter.pdf: 1570634 bytes, checksum: 3739efe5b8b84fc1eb3872de14014c68 (MD5) Previous issue date: 1999-01
  • description.provenance : Approved for entry into archive by Linda Kathman(linda.kathman@oregonstate.edu) on 2009-04-08T15:41:33Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 4Conceptual Foundations of Economic Research in Rural Studies_a proceedings.pdf: 1564160 bytes, checksum: 16223bb79a59dda5666ff615f6a919c5 (MD5)Economics of Rural Areas_Rural Capital, Capital Immobility, and Path Dependence.pdf: 1570831 bytes, checksum: 8064e9dde0c2bced12c9bf2839d8b9c9 (MD5)New Economic Geography for Low Density Places_Insights from Kaldor and Lancaster.pdf: 1570882 bytes, checksum: 90d084b73dc9536b070f08dbee56996e (MD5)Rural Development, The Thunen Paradigm and the Death of Distance_Does Space Still Matter.pdf: 1570634 bytes, checksum: 3739efe5b8b84fc1eb3872de14014c68 (MD5)
  • description.provenance : Submitted by Richard Sandler (richard.sandler@oregonstate.edu) on 2009-04-07T21:45:56ZNo. of bitstreams: 4Conceptual Foundations of Economic Research in Rural Studies_a proceedings.pdf: 1564160 bytes, checksum: 16223bb79a59dda5666ff615f6a919c5 (MD5)Economics of Rural Areas_Rural Capital, Capital Immobility, and Path Dependence.pdf: 1570831 bytes, checksum: 8064e9dde0c2bced12c9bf2839d8b9c9 (MD5)New Economic Geography for Low Density Places_Insights from Kaldor and Lancaster.pdf: 1570882 bytes, checksum: 90d084b73dc9536b070f08dbee56996e (MD5)Rural Development, The Thunen Paradigm and the Death of Distance_Does Space Still Matter.pdf: 1570634 bytes, checksum: 3739efe5b8b84fc1eb3872de14014c68 (MD5)

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