-Many Americans have moved south in the last decades.
-As cities grew and newer places were created, they seemed to follow a pattern consistent with the ideas
of Central Place Theory. Phoenix rises in stature and other places nearby reflect the idea that it is a
central place of a higher degree.
Threshold — size of population required to make provision of the service economically feasibleRange — average
maximum distance people will travel to purchase a good or serviceHinterlands — large tributary trade areas
associated with central places that offer many services. In other words, the area surrounding the city that interacts
with it in regards to services
Many Americans have moved south in the last decades.-As cities grew and newer places were created, they seemed
to follow a pattern consistent with the ideas of Central Place Theory. Phoenix rises in stature and other places nearby
reflect the idea that it is a central place of a higher degree.
mdc are more so the "headquarters" of factories thats why it deindustrialized moving all the jobs to ldcs because of
cheaper labor and less communication.mdcs take advantage of that and make more jobs making it the center for ldcs
which increases urban population while the deindustrialization in mdcs makes it a bit harder to transition like in
detroit although other cities like chicago didnt have such a difficult time
In economics the New International Division of Labour (NIDL) is an outcome of globalization.
It is the spatial division of labour which occurs when the process of production is no longer
confined to national economies. This has led to a trend of transference, or what is also known
as the "global industrial shift", in which production processes are relocated from developed
countries (the USA,Europe and Japan) to developing countries in Asia (for
example China, Vietnam and India) and Latin America. This is because companies search for
the cheapest locations to manufacture and assemble components, so low-cost labour-intensive
parts of the manufacturing process are shifted to the developing world where costs are
substantially lower. Companies do so by taking advantage of transportation and communications
technology, as well as fragmentation and locational flexibility of production.