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  • Bibliography on land-locked States.
  • Africa's land-locked countries: a study of dependency relations
  • Land-locked countries are over-represented among the group of least developed countries in Africa. Compared to Africa's coastal states, they are faced with three serious handicaps: absence of seaports, long trade routes to the coast, and dependence
  • on coastal states for transit. Relative location can contribute significantly to the vulnerability and weak bargaining position of African land-locked countries, and these factors, help explain their relative backwardness. Because Third World land-locked
  • countries generally occupy à lower position in the global dominance structure than do Third World coastal states, it seems advisable that geographers incorporate the distinction between land-locked and coastal states in their center-periphery models.
  • Land-locked oceanic basins and continental collision: the Eastern Mediterranean as a case example in Mountain building processes.
  • Bibliography on land-locked states
  • Limits to locking-out through restructuring : the textle industry in Daegu, South Korea
  • The distribution of London residential property prices and the role of spatial lock-in
  • England ; Household ; Housing ; Housing market ; London ; Neighbourhood ; Nineteenth Century ; Social class ; Social geography ; Spatial lock-in ; Transaction cost ; Twentieth Century ; United Kingdom
  • Roepke lecture in economic geography—Rethinking regional path dependence : beyond lock-in to evolution
  • The strength of weak lock-ins : the renewal of the Westmünsterland textile industry
  • Land-locked states and international law. With special reference to the role of Nepal.
  • Locking down the city (well, not quite) : APEC 2007 and urban citizenship in Sydney
  • Mode-locking and regional business cycle synchronization
  • davantage porter l'accent sur les fondements d'une théorie. A travers une critique des conceptions de la propriété chez Locke, Rousseau et Marx, l'A. montre que leurs conceptions sont davantage morales que théoriques.
  • of the railway system in Nordostbaden (1862-1914). It also discusses the question of how the government used the railway-system to reduce the outstanding lock of economic development. Chapter V deals with facts and tendencies in agriculture and trade/industry
  • in Hungary turned out to be successful. Partly as a result of foreign investments, Hungary has been able to integrate into the West European economy substantially, after being locked in the socialist spheres of influence for forty years. - (AGD)
  • , vulnerable low-income groups are locked into a private rental sector which receives low levels of government assistance.
  • Etude des organisations internationales de travailleurs. Exemple de la mobilisation en faveur des métallurgistes victimes d'un lock-out à la fonderie d'aluminium de Ravenswood, Virginie-Occidentale. Stratégies d'entreprise pour réduire les unions de
  • L'A. établit un inventaire historique de certains concepts relatifs à l'appropriation foncière (de Platon à Marx en passant par Locke). Il montre ensuite qu'en dépit de la tonalité très morale des théoriciens, la terre n'a pas souvent été acquise en