Spatial aspects of contemporaryeconomic theory

TERRA ECONOMICUS, , Vol. 12 (no. 2.1),
p. 6-10

The contemporary economic theory considers economic processes as reflective (reflective) implementation of laws given historical stage of social production. Particular significance in the analysis of the reflective characteristics of the spatial organization of the economy. This requires special development of appropriate theoretical concepts as well as adequate analytical tools.

Keywords: modern economic theory; spatial characteristics of economic processes; regional patterns of public production

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