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The Spatial Market Process

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2012-07-04
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Key features of Austrian economic theory are the use of methodological individualism, the view that entrepreneurs cause development, and the recognition that local knowledge is largely tacit and thus difficult to communicate. The contributors to The Spatial Market Process show how these and other Austrian features provide an alternative foundation for understanding the spatial manifestation of economic phenomena. Many chapters elaborate upon theoretical insights first formulated by F.A. Hayek. The work of urban theorist Jane Jacobs, the entrepreneurship theories of both Joseph Schumpeter and Israel Kirzner, transaction costs in the Coasean tradition, and Fritz Machlup's notion of "knowledge conveyors" are examples of other theoretical constructs that are integrated into new spatial theories by the contributors; combining classical Austrian theories with contemporary breakthroughs.
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List of Contributors. The Spatial Market Process. An Austrian Theory of Spatial Land. Regional Economic Analysis: The Case for Methodological Individualism. Time, Space, and Capital. Entrepreneurship, Knowledge, Space, and Place: Evolutionary Economic Geography meets Austrian Economics. Entrepreneurship in Action Space. Schumpeterian Innovations, The Coase Theorem, and Sustainable Development: A Hong Kong Case Study of Bus Innovations. Spontaneous Cities. The Rise and Fall of Agglomeration Economies. Institutions, Agglomeration Economies, and Interstate Migration. Land-Use Planning and the Question of Unintended Consequences. Novelty-Bundling Markets. Spatial Concentration in the Financial Industry. The Use of Knowledge in Investment Theory. The Spatial Market Process. Advances in Austrian economics. Advances in Austrian economics. Copyright page.