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Inter-industry linkage: Urbanization: Localization: Agglomeration Economies: Technological Spillovers: Externalities:
FT. PITT Absolute advantage: Alleghany R Monongahela R Ohio R Comparative advantage:
Diffusion of Innovation… Recorded Music Example
Diffusion of Innovation… Steel Industry Example
…Pittsburgh 1800-1960 Circular and Cumulative Causation:
…Pittsburgh after 1960 The Spiral of Deindustrialization: Loss of Comparative Advantage:
Industry Sectors Primary: Secondary: Tertiary: Quaternary:
Economic Transitions… Demographic Transitions
Where did the Industrial Revolution begin
Demographics Part III, continued!. Define the following: Per Capita ( ) GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Life expectancyGDP Infant mortality Literacy rateBirth.
Urban and Regional Economics Prof. Clark
1 Agglomeration Economies Chapter 5. 2 To cluster or not to cluster? a.k.a: external economies; cluster economies Agglomeration Economies: lower production.
The Economic Importance of Tertiary and Quaternary Industry
Today’s Agenda Review Review Internal and External Economies Internal and External Economies Economic Base concept Economic Base concept Urban economic.
1. Primary Structure: Polypeptide chain Polypeptide chain Amino acid monomers Peptide linkages Figure 3.6 The Four Levels of Protein Structure.
Atmosphere. Biosphere Character of a Place Command Economy.
Economic Activities and Economic Sectors
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Key Themes in Human Geography You probably already know this, but…
Spatial Patterns of Economic Activity: Industrialization and Interplay Between Site and Situation: Part Two It’s a lot but it’s all good…
Chapter 4: People and Places
Introduction to Geography Arthur Getis, Judith Getis, & Jerome D. Fellmann.
Government And Economy. Democracy, Monarchy, Dictatorship.
UNIT 5. LEARNING OBJECTIVE Student will be able to identify primary, secondary, and tertiary sector economies.
POPULATION LET’S TALK ABOUT PEOPLE: NUMBERSPLACESINTERACTIONS.
Dominant Functions of Settlements. Dominant Functions of Settlements When we describe functions of a settlement we describe the main areas of employment.
Transportation Industries and Jobs. State Economic Output in Transportation Sectors,
Levels of Economic Activity. Structure of the Economy Economic activities are divided into stages or categories of increasing complexity –Primary Sector.
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