Alfred Marshall in Spain: from his omission until his refund by territorial industrial policy
In Spanish literature on regional economic analysis, is quoted with some profusion the work of Alfred Marshall. In this paper analyzes the reasons that his work was known with some delay in Spain and why are the issues related to territorial policy —especially topics related to industrial districts and regional clusters— those with a greater focus has been extended.
Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 19 ()
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