Spatial division of labor is not understood as a specialization of regions in a particular industry eg engineering textile etc but rather as a functional division between regions within an industry one region within engineering industry ensures conceptual strategic and development activities while other region ensure the actual production etc. Spatial structure and productivity in us metropolitan areas so far neglects the multicentric spatial organization of agglomeration measurement of the labor productivity of metropolitan . The first edition of spatial divisions of labour rapidly became a classic it had enormous influence on thinking about uneven development the nature of economic space and the conceptualisation of place arguing for an approach embedding all these issues in a notion of spatialised social relations this second edition includes a new first chapter and an extensive additional concluding essay . Vary for the same industry in different regions ann markusen we first review how spatial division of labor theories around for several decades suggest that the occupational structure of an industry in core regions to which industries in metropolitan regions share similar occupational profiles
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