New Viewpoints in Economic Geography
by J. Rutherford, M. I. Logan and G. J. Missen
Martindale press, 1969, black and white photographic frontispiece, black and white photographs, illustrative maps throughout, hardcover with decorative boards
Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear with rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, some scratching and rubbing to covers, (see photographs)
From the Preface:
"This book is designed primarily to facilitate coursework in Systematic Economic Geography at senior secondary schools and universities. It seeks to provide a synthesis of the more significant concepts that have come to the fore in this discipline and in its main cognate discipline, Economics. Avoiding the familiar practice of attempting a grand world coverage of economics, the book deals with a number of specific areas best known to the authors. It tries to show how a set of principles can be applied to such areas in order to achieve objectives in coursework."