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  • Indonesia's role in world energy markets in the 1980s
  • Mass markets - little markets : a call for research on the proletarianization process, women workers and the creation of demand in Geography of gender in the Third World.
  • One world, millions of places: the end of history and the ascendancy of geography
  • Capitalism ; Core-periphery ; Democracy ; Economic space ; Economic system ; Liberalism ; Political geography ; State ; Territoriality ; World economic order ; World market
  • F. Fukuyama has argued that the triumphs of liberal democracy and the hegemony of capitalist markets in the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe since 1989 herald the end of History. This essay suggests that the concept of a relatively homogeneous
  • world does not mean a parallel end of Geography. On the contrary, it suggests that the importance of space and place is increasing in the structuring of the contemporary world, providing a challenge for political geographers.
  • The Spanish market for squid
  • Fishery;Fishing ; Market ; Mollusca ; Sea fishing ; Spain ; World market
  • World trade in major US crops. A market share analysis
  • Economic space ; Economic system ; Geographical space ; International economy ; Spatial differentiation ; Technology ; World ; World economic order ; World market
  • Univariate classification of differentiated international markets
  • Competition ; Demand ; Economic integration ; International trade ; Market ; Price fixing ; Spatial analysis ; Theory ; World
  • Hotelling initiated the use of spatial analogies in assessing market differentiation. The continuum of demand points in the economies is partitioned into homogeneous segments by use of a classification algorithm that minimizes within group variation
  • . The criteria used for classifying are two indicators of market overlap, proximity of GNP and proximity of per capita GNP. The market partitions are compared with other classifications of international markets.
  • Housing ; Housing market ; Housing occupance ; Public sector ; Rent ; Rent control ; Rented market ; Third World
  • This review attempts to provide an overview of the literature, not because one form of tenure can be considered in isolation from other property market processes, but as a springboard for future research into urban housing markets which is less
  • Canada ; Demand ; Household consumption ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing policy ; Investment ; Private sector ; Rent control ; Rented market ; Supply
  • Outcomes in private markets for rental housing are seen as a consequence of a shift in demand or supply that may itself reflect a policy initiative. Two markets are examined: a market for rental housing stock and a market for rental accomodation
  • . Basic data are reviewed since the Second World War. Important shifts in the demand for, and supply of, rental accomodation are discussed, and major policy initiatives that may have affected these are described.
  • than exclusion from, the world economy, to increasing service-sector rather than extractive-sector investment, and to foreign companies producing for local and regional markets as well as for international markets.
  • To redress the deficiency of globalization studies in the periphery of the world economy, The A. examines globalization empirically from the ground upwards through an analysis of foreign companies. The evidence points to growing inclusion in, rather
  • Oligopoly pricing in the world wheat market
  • The image of the Third World in tourism marketing
  • Trade and trade policy on the world markets in coffee, cocoa and tea
  • Cereal ; Food ; Market ; Rice ; Rice cultivation ; Third World ; World
  • A foldellatottsag hatasa a mezogazdasagi vilagkereskedelemre (The impact of supply of land on the world trade of agricultural products)
  • capacity for agricultural exports for Hungary and its main rivals on the world market. - (DLO)
  • Landlordism in Third World urban low-income settlements: a case for further research
  • Household behaviour ; Housing ; Housing improvement ; Housing occupance ; Investment ; Poverty ; Rent control ; Residential mobility ; Third World
  • The increasing penetration of commodity relationships has raised the cost of ownership and has implications for the development of landlordism. There is a need to focus on rental housing markets in low-income settlements, but these markets have been
  • Die Lage auf wichtigen Agrarmärkten der EG The situation in important EEC agricultural markets
  • Both the EEC and the world farm markets are in a constant state of flux and can be subject to relatively sharp changes at short notice. The resolutions of the Council of Farm Ministers also produce rapid and radical changes in the markets (e.g
  • . the milk quota scheme). Increasing regulation of the markets is making it increasingly difficult to keep track of development. This study is designed to help here. - (L'A.).
  • The rise of a global infrastructure market through relational investing
  • Geography of financial activity ; Information ; Infrastructure ; Investment ; Network ; Risk ; World market
  • The limitations of planned land development for low-income housing in Third World cities
  • Built up area ; Ecuador ; Housing ; Iran ; Land ; Land market ; Poverty ; State control ; Third World ; Urban development ; Urban environment ; Urban planning ; Urban policy
  • The analysis of planning as an agency is anappropriate in Third World cities with their grossly inadequate public and unevenly distributed private resources. Neither of the states of Iran and Ecuador succeeded in including genuinely poor households
  • Performative research for a climate politics of hope : rethinking geographic scale, “impact” scale, and markets
  • Australia ; Climatic change ; Energy ; Impact ; Market ; New South Wales ; Renewable energy ; Research ; Scale ; Sustainable development
  • This paper examines the contributions that grassroots renewable energy initiatives might make to a climate changing world. However, to detect the potential of these initiatives, familiar concepts of scale and markets have to be recast. It uses
  • insights from the academic literature and research into grassroots renewable energy initiatives in Newcastle, New South Wales, to show how scale and markets can be rethought, thereby making it possible to detect some of the ways that grassroots re-newable
  • energy initiatives are helping transform ways of living and working, and building hope in a climate changing world.