Thrall G I, 1991, "Production theory of land rent" Environment and Planning A 23(7) 955 – 967
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Production theory of land rent
G I Thrall
Received 27 January 1989; in revised form 3 July 1990
Abstract. The production theory of land rent (PTLR) contributes to knowledge of the spatial distribution of production activities. The PTLR is a general theory of a multidimensional commercial landscape. The PTLR is a heuristic model that provides explanation and trajectory for the spatial pattern of commercial land use, land value, density, capital used, labor wages, and level of employment.
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