By Alfred Weber
In offering this ebook to the general public i'm spared a humiliation that many writers come across; i don't have to provide an apology for the subject with which it offers. Alfred Weber streatise is a pioneering enterprise. He makes an attempt to grasp via theoretical research an entire barren region of evidence which has grown up round us over the last centuries in regards to the situation of our glossy production industries. to ensure, others have ventured upon the duty of describing and classifying the phenomena of geographical distribution; yet, as Weber issues out, past writers didn't get past an insignificant enumeration of assorted elements which performed an element in picking out the positioning of industries. whereas i'm rather inspired with the significance of Weber swork itself, if essentially understood, it truly is accurately this job of creating it understood approximately which i think very apologetic. inspite of the assistance and recommendation which Professors Leon C. Marshall and Frank W. Taussig, in addition to Drs. E. H. Chamberlin, William Y. Elliot, Edward Mason, Talcott Parsons, and Andreas Pred hl have so generously afforded me, i don't consider convinced that i've got succeeded in conquering the problems which confront the translator of one of these hugely summary treatise. Had no longer Professor Marshall and Dr. Mason learn the total manuscript via and made various feedback for its development, I worry I don't have came upon the braveness to allow it see the sunshine of day. will probably be conceded by means of those that have launched into the damaging event of translating summary inspiration from one language into one other that not anything is extra perplexing.
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Extra resources for Alfred Weber's Theory of the Location of Industries
Left the political econ- to the technical sciences. But while problems of location have been treated by geogra* Industries ing industries. is here and throughout the text used in the sense of manufactur- Editor. THE LOCATION OF INDUSTRIES 2 phers primarily, Thünen a notable exception. There are, too, is several later attempts in this when compared with field. But they are insignificant the magnitude of the problem. We witness today enormous displacements of economic forces, migrations of and human labor such as no other age has ever capital seen.
Industries with high labor costs per ton of products will 4. be concentrated at the favorable international labor markets. From this it will appear that the classical doctrine (proba- bly upon the basis of actual events in England at the time) concentrated its attention upon the fourth stage and attributed to it a good deal of what was probably due to the third. , p. 761. "It is no slight gain that she [England] can make cheaply clothes and furniture and other commodities for her own use but those ; improvements in the arts of manufacture which she has shared with other nations have not directly increased the amount of raw produce which she can ob- from other countries with the product of a given quantity of her own capand labor.
Practically speaking, we approach the total problem of economic location from one particular point; the first steps will be a theory of the location of production, but the last ones will be essentially a general theory of location least it will not be very difficult to arrive at —or at such a theory. Limiting ourselves thus to the sphere of production, it is prime importance to seek an explanation of the location of of in- There are good reasons why we should conourselves with this analysis. We have a theory of the loca- dustrial production.