1982 volume 14(12) pages 1601 – 1613
doi:10.1068/a141601

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Taylor M J, Thrift N J, 1982, "Industrial linkage and the segmented economy: 1. Some theortical proposals" Environment and Planning A 14(12) 1601 – 1613

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Industrial linkage and the segmented economy: 1. Some theortical proposals

M J Taylor, N J Thrift

Received 8 December 1981, in revised form 5 April 1982

Abstract. This paper, the first of two, reinterprets linkage studies as part of a geography of business organisations based on the power relationships between different segments of an industrial economy. Linkage studies are reviewed and found to lack any depth of explanation. An alternative approach based upon a combination of the concepts of segmentation and networks of power is then presented.

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