By Alfred Weber
In offering this ebook to the general public i'm spared a humiliation that many writers stumble upon; i don't have to supply an apology for the subject with which it offers. Alfred Weber streatise is a pioneering enterprise. He makes an attempt to grasp through theoretical research an entire desolate tract of proof which has grown up round us over the past centuries in regards to the position of our glossy production industries. to make sure, others have ventured upon the duty of describing and classifying the phenomena of geographical distribution; yet, as Weber issues out, prior writers didn't get past a trifling enumeration of assorted components which performed an element in opting for the site of industries. whereas i'm really inspired with the significance of Weber swork itself, if truly understood, it's accurately this job of creating it understood approximately which i think very apologetic. regardless of the assistance and recommendation which Professors Leon C. Marshall and Frank W. Taussig, in addition to Drs. E. H. Chamberlin, William Y. Elliot, Edward Mason, Talcott Parsons, and Andreas Pred hl have so generously afforded me, i don't believe convinced that i've got succeeded in conquering the problems which confront the translator of this kind of hugely summary treatise. Had now not Professor Marshall and Dr. Mason learn the total manuscript via and made a number of feedback for its development, I worry I would not have discovered the braveness to permit it see the sunshine of day. it will likely be conceded via those that have launched into the dangerous event of translating summary concept from one language into one other that not anything is extra perplexing.
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There is one difference, however. For the task of stating the pure rules of location deduction exclusively. We it will be possible to use shall be able to start from certain very simple premises and to deduce therefrom the entire system (Mechanik) of "pure" system rules of location. Naturally, this will apply only in terms of these premises and no further. will become apparent that it is It possible to develop these pure rules of location fully in so far as they are of a general nature, and apply therefore more or compare chapter i.
If they can be found anywhere in economic matters, and especially if they can be found have to be discovered in the industrial sphere and in the locational rules which control it. in the sphere of production, they will The locations of the industries form the "substance" (I do not say the cause) of the large agglomerations of people today. We view their movements quite superficially, and with perhaps too few misgivings as to the international implications of the ing of forces. It is shift- We argue seriously about tendencies in this sphere.
The forces which seem to de- termine the location of industries would obviously permeate the international field, Weber to apply the rules which he problems of international trade. " The classical doctrine of free trade, says Weber, takes only capital and labor *® Cf his . The Principles of Inland Transportation and Oskar Engländer, Theorie des Güterverkehrs und der Frachtsätze. *~' "Die Standortslehre und und die Handelspolitik," XXXII Archiv fuer Sozialivissen- is some hope that this whole aspect of the theory of location will be further developed soon.