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Within this c a s e , t h r e e separate institutional a r r a n g e m e n t s b e t w e e n the individual and his community (family) must be distinguished (much of this section and the next o n e , (iii), d r a w u p o n an excellent 1969 article by Stiglitz). a. The Individualistic Economy. If any p r o p e r t y is individually o w n e d and each p e r s o n seeks only to maximize his o w n earnings, it is clear that laborers will b e applied to agriculture u p to the point at which wu = P-dQr/dNr, in the usual competitive fashion and not as in (5).
On coping with excessive suburbanization, see Bradford and Kelejian (1973). 26 JOSEPH J. SPENGLER AND GEORGE C. ). Increases in output p e r w o r k e r tend to r e d u c e plant size in t e r m s of w o r k e r s . Increases in the relative i m p o r t a n c e of services r e d u c e s centripetal tendencies. I m p r o v e m e n t in m e a n s of transportation and communication can h a v e a similar effect. Insofar as competition is restrained and larger communities are allowed to exploit smaller c o m m u n i t i e s , removal of constraints u p o n competition will favor the d e c o n c e n t r a t i o n of e c o n o m i c activities.
Internal Migration. A Comparative Perspective by Alan A. Brown, Egon Neuberger