By Gerd Hardack, Dieter Karras, Ben Fine
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Only "executive convenience" supersedes these labor factors in importance. Such human factors are removed from the traditional academic focus on the classic economic solution. However, they do reflect the importance of personal values as they relate to behaviors that apply to the internal corporate context (members of management) in which location decisions are made. Stafford notes that these factors reveal typically "hidden agendas" of the decisionmaker. But in either decision set - economic or behav ioral - neither Hoover nor Stafford considers the expense of time or money incurred by the production worker during the daily work trip.
The truck stops as it comes abreast of a man sitting on a cast-iron porch and the white driver calls out, asking if the man wants a day's work. The man shakes his head and the truck moves on up the block, stopping again whenever idling men come within calling distance of the driver. At the Carryout corner, five men debate the question briefly and shake their heads no to the truck. The truck turns the corner and repeats the same performance up the next street. In the distance, one can see one man, then another, climbinto the back of the truck and sit down.
The mobility disadvantaged are people excluding the elderly and handicapped who depend on means of travel other than self-operated vehicles. Mobility disadvantage is most prevalent in rural counties containing only communities with five thousand residents or less. Such communities fall within the realm of Toner's (1977) "micropolitan" concept. Toner coined the term micropo/itan to define those habitations that are typically labeled "rural" or "nonurban" and "nonmetropolitan" areas. Conventional methods for meeting the needs of the rural mobility disadvantaged cannot be applied successfully to the problem of these micropolitan areas.
A Short History of Socialist Economic Thought by Gerd Hardack, Dieter Karras, Ben Fine