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In the second one half the 20 th century, major adjustments have been happening in the agricultural undefined, together with a rise in potency and executive intervention, in addition to extended and extra advanced styles of alternate. This complete quantity, first released in 1986, displays how those advancements challenged the sector of agricultural geography. contemplating agricultural techniques, farming platforms, executive coverage and land possession, this name presents a vital heritage to scholars with an curiosity in agricultural equipment, distribution and reform.
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5) that hourly wage rates paid by large plants in small towns were lower than those paid by similar plants in non-dominated labour markets. For three different types of labour, skilled male manual, other male manual and female manual, hourly wage rates were 4 per cent to 12 per cent lower in the former type of location. 6 shows. The differential in both cases is greatest for female workers, reflecting the fact that they are less mobile and therefore more likely to be controlled by a major employer in a small labour market.
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From a methodological point of view, it has proved easier for geographers to examine decisions on locational patterns than on any other aspect of corporate management. This is because decisions on output, pricing, product change or process technology are recorded in data which are less easily available to geographers, whereas data on the location of employment, whilst not easy to collect at the enterprise or establishment level, are often readily available at sector level at fine levels of spatial disaggregation (Healey, 1983).
Progress in Industrial Geography (Croom Helm Progress in Geography Series) by Michael Pacione