Globalization in History: A Geographical Perspective
Crafts, N. F. R.; Venables, Anthony;
Publisher: Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics and Political Science
Subject: JZ | Globalization, economic geography, economic history | Globalization; economic geography; economic history | HC | economic geography; economic history; globalization | HC Economic History and Conditions
This paper argues that a geographical perspectie is fundamental to understanding comparative economic development in the context of globalization. Central to this view is the role of agglomeration in productivity performance; size and location matter. The tools of the n... View more
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