Urban Population Distributions, Growth and Change, 1840–1970

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G. A. van der Knaap

2011

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  • B.J.L., op.cit. 31, see pp.158-161, and especially his statement on p. 161: In a systems framework, we should no longer worry about apparent contradistions between the kind of conclusions reached for different subsystems, i.e. between the distribution of city sizes and the functional arrangement of market centres in a hierarchy,….’
  • The third place with the highest growth rate is Elsloo in the province Limburg, but this rate is due to a misfit as discussed earlier, because of its slow near linear growth till 1950 and a sudden doubling of the population in the last two decades

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