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Click to edit Master subtitle style  5/26/11 Brazil: How to Build an  Economy (and How Not to!)
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 5/26/11 The Clustering of Economic Activity Core and Periphery Let’s imagine the entire world was a line. (It’s not hard if you try …)
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 5/26/11 Economics of a Line It would make sense that you’d be right here, right?
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 5/26/11 Economics of a Line So, when a competitor has the entire line, why would they move next to you?
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 5/26/11 Economies of Scale Production Human Capital Advertising “Capturing” the Market About 50% of this is now closer to red than blue,  right? Economics of a Line
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 5/26/11 The same thing  occurs! Von Thunen Ring Core: area closer to  center of circle Periphery: area  temporally  further  away Economics of a Circle
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 5/26/11 Clustering (or Lack Thereof …)
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 5/26/11 Models of Economic Development since Thunen Burgess Why Aren’t the Rings Perfect?
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