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Let us now praise dragging feet!

  • Ottar Brox

Abstract

Sometimes those who try to lead, govern, develop or plan our societies do a good job because we are able to stop, delay or pervert their schemes. More often we produce unanticipated problems and slowly developing catastrophies because we are too clever in eliminating sand in the machinery, like “red tape”, or the “traditional attitudes” or “petty vested interests” of others.

Keywords

Mobile Labour Industrial Park Resource Rent Traditional Attitude Secondary Industry 
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© Physica-Verlag Heidelberg 1993

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