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Industrial Location and Planning in the United Kingdom

Industrial Location and Planning in the United Kingdom BooKs activity the suburbs and other cities now offer The planner who begins by reading God­ superior communication facilities, and that may dard's work should then be directed to Daniels' well be the most important cause for firms book. More thorough and complete, it belongs leaving Manhattan. on the shelves of all libraries serving geog­ The failure to discuss and recognize the im­ raphers and urban planners. One could not portance of communication as a factor in office hope for a more thorough review of research relocation in Quante's work points to another on the topic, and the book would be most disturbing communication failure, the lack of appropriate as assigned reading in advanced information transfer between geographers and courses on urban structure. It is a bit dry in planners. The literature on office location is places, but any stylistic deficiencies are more limited, but it provides considerable supplies than compensated for by its breadth of cover­ of ideas. Certainly there is some relevance of age. As students and professionals become aware studies conducted in Great Britain by Goddard, Daniels, and others to the problems of New of the British research on office location, hope­ York City. The lack http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Economic Geography Taylor & Francis

Industrial Location and Planning in the United Kingdom

Economic Geography , Volume 53 (3): 2 – Jul 1, 1977

Industrial Location and Planning in the United Kingdom

Economic Geography , Volume 53 (3): 2 – Jul 1, 1977

Abstract

BooKs activity the suburbs and other cities now offer The planner who begins by reading God­ superior communication facilities, and that may dard's work should then be directed to Daniels' well be the most important cause for firms book. More thorough and complete, it belongs leaving Manhattan. on the shelves of all libraries serving geog­ The failure to discuss and recognize the im­ raphers and urban planners. One could not portance of communication as a factor in office hope for a more thorough review of research relocation in Quante's work points to another on the topic, and the book would be most disturbing communication failure, the lack of appropriate as assigned reading in advanced information transfer between geographers and courses on urban structure. It is a bit dry in planners. The literature on office location is places, but any stylistic deficiencies are more limited, but it provides considerable supplies than compensated for by its breadth of cover­ of ideas. Certainly there is some relevance of age. As students and professionals become aware studies conducted in Great Britain by Goddard, Daniels, and others to the problems of New of the British research on office location, hope­ York City. The lack

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 1977 Taylor and Francis Group, LLC
ISSN
1944-8287
eISSN
0013-0095
DOI
10.2307/143196
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Abstract

BooKs activity the suburbs and other cities now offer The planner who begins by reading God­ superior communication facilities, and that may dard's work should then be directed to Daniels' well be the most important cause for firms book. More thorough and complete, it belongs leaving Manhattan. on the shelves of all libraries serving geog­ The failure to discuss and recognize the im­ raphers and urban planners. One could not portance of communication as a factor in office hope for a more thorough review of research relocation in Quante's work points to another on the topic, and the book would be most disturbing communication failure, the lack of appropriate as assigned reading in advanced information transfer between geographers and courses on urban structure. It is a bit dry in planners. The literature on office location is places, but any stylistic deficiencies are more limited, but it provides considerable supplies than compensated for by its breadth of cover­ of ideas. Certainly there is some relevance of age. As students and professionals become aware studies conducted in Great Britain by Goddard, Daniels, and others to the problems of New of the British research on office location, hope­ York City. The lack

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Economic GeographyTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 1, 1977

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