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A better half to financial Geography provides scholars of human geography with an important number of unique essays delivering a key to knowing this crucial subdiscipline. The contributions are written by means of trendy foreign students supplying a wide-ranging evaluate of the sector.
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In other words, our model needs to be dynamic. The simplest way to introduce dynamics into the 30 PAUL S. PLUMMER regional economic base model is to assume that consumption at time t Ct is a proportion (b) of income in the previous time period YtÀ1 . In addition, aggregate investment expenditures at time t It I are assumed to be determined by factors outside the model. That is, both aggregate income and aggregate consumption are assumed to be endogenously determined in the model while aggregate investment is determined exogenously.
For example, when I was an undergraduate student in the mid-to-late 1970s, learning statistics, punching computer cards, and formally deriving abstract models formed INVENTING ANGLO-AMERICAN ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 25 the basis of my study; it was what you had to do to be an economic geographer. Now, few if any of these discursive practices are required of students, but other practices are, such as learning qualitative research methods, knowing the lexicon of political economy, and reading exotic social theory written by Parisian intellectuals.
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