A Critique of the Lack of Neoclassical Theory in Recent Regional Economic Research

Robson, Alistair (2002). A Critique of the Lack of Neoclassical Theory in Recent Regional Economic Research. In: 41st Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association. Forty-First Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association, Monterey, California, (). 17-20 February, 2002.


Author Robson, Alistair
Title of paper A Critique of the Lack of Neoclassical Theory in Recent Regional Economic Research
Conference name Forty-First Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association
Conference location Monterey, California
Conference dates 17-20 February, 2002
Proceedings title 41st Annual Meeting of the Western Regional Science Association
Publisher Western Regional Science Association
Publication Year 2002
Sub-type Fully published paper
Collection year 2002
Language eng
Subjects EX
340214 Urban and Regional Economics
729999 Economic issues not elsewhere classified
Q-Index Code EX
Additional Notes Paper Session 1F: From Habermas to McDonald's

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