|Subtitle||A Radical Reappraisal|
Much of the argument about major issues, like industrial policy, the distribution of wealth and income and government policy reverts to a polarised struggle between two antagonists, labour and capital. Land, hides in the background unacknowledged yet exerting a major influence on the outcome of the whole economic process.
Brian Hodgkinson won a scholarship to Oxford where he took a first in Philosophy, Politics and Economics and won the George Webb Medley Prize in Economics. He taught Philosophy and Economics at university and sixth form level. Founder editor of British Economy Survey and author of A New Model of the Economy.
“Presents a new model of economic theory that takes into account the idea of spatial location.”
Journal of Economic Literature
“The book incorporates into both micro and macro economic analysis this basic and universal feature, thereby bringing economic theory into much closer touch with reality”
Abstracts of Public Administration, Development, and Environment