Reflections on Regional Development Policy and the Concept of Region

  • Rolf H. Funck

Abstract

In the pre-Isardian era, the spatial concept closest to the notion of region is that of the Löschian market area — Wirtschaftsgebiet — which in turn, has an early forerunner in Launhardt’s sales area.1

Keywords

Transportation Income Hexagonal Omic Kreis 

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