Cycles, Growth, and Equilibrium
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In last Chapter we extended the discussion of the spatial movement from commodities to the movement of people in the contexts of commuting and migration. In what follows we are also going to include the diffusion of immaterial influences, such as economic growth and business cycles, propagated through space by interregional trade.
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