1982 volume 14(12) pages 1571 – 1575
doi:10.1068/a141571

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Malecki E J, 1982, "Industrial geography: introduction to the special issue" Environment and Planning A 14(12) 1571 – 1575

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Industrial geography: introduction to the special issue

E J Malecki

Received 7 January 1982, in revised form 29 March 1982

Abstract. Industrial geography has expanded beyond manufacturing, and various systems frameworks have been proposed to organize research. Industrial systems, urban and regional systems, and the world system all have some degre of applicability as explanatory devices. The papers in this issue of Environment and Planning A are introduced within the context of recent research in industrial geography.

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