How did the location of industry respond to falling transport costs in Britain before World War I? \ud

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Crafts, N. F. R.; Mulatu, Abay;

This article explores the location of industry in pre–World War I Britain using a model that takes account both of factor endowment and also of New Economic Geography influences. Broadly speaking, the pattern of industrial location in this period was quite persistent an... View more
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