Revisiting path-as-process: A railroad track model of path development, transformation, and agency
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In the path development literature, the path-as-process perspective conceptualizes the emergence, evolution, transformation, and decline of regional industries in the long term. However, critical questions about the role of agency in and between episodes of path development and transformation remain open. This article argues that we should see path development as a long-term sequence that includes stretches of path development interrupted by occasional switches of transformation that are driven by changing patterns of agency. This railroad track model focuses attention on how and why the mix of agency changes at critical junctures between path development episodes.
Keywords: evolutionary economic geography; path development; path transformation; agency; tourism; Israel (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 25 pages
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