A spatial model of accessibility: Linking population and infrastructure to land-use patterns in the honduran hillsides

A.D. Nelson, G. LeClerc

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaking world development work : scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory
EditorsG. Leclerc, C. Hall
Place of PublicationAlbuquerque, USA
PublisherUniversity of New Mexico
Pages457-473
ISBN (Print)978-0-8263-3733-7
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Nelson, A. D., & LeClerc, G. (2007). A spatial model of accessibility: Linking population and infrastructure to land-use patterns in the honduran hillsides. In G. Leclerc, & C. Hall (Eds.), Making world development work : scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory (pp. 457-473). Albuquerque, USA: University of New Mexico.
Nelson, A.D. ; LeClerc, G. / A spatial model of accessibility: Linking population and infrastructure to land-use patterns in the honduran hillsides. Making world development work : scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. editor / G. Leclerc ; C. Hall. Albuquerque, USA : University of New Mexico, 2007. pp. 457-473
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A spatial model of accessibility: Linking population and infrastructure to land-use patterns in the honduran hillsides. / Nelson, A.D.; LeClerc, G.

Making world development work : scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. ed. / G. Leclerc; C. Hall. Albuquerque, USA : University of New Mexico, 2007. p. 457-473.

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Nelson AD, LeClerc G. A spatial model of accessibility: Linking population and infrastructure to land-use patterns in the honduran hillsides. In Leclerc G, Hall C, editors, Making world development work : scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. Albuquerque, USA: University of New Mexico. 2007. p. 457-473