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1 In 1897, Weber’s doctoral dissertation was published as an article in Schmoller’s Jahrbuch as was his Habilitationsschrift in 1901. These clearly fit Schuster’s description of “situational studies” as transitional works. ” The first clear break with Schmoller’s generation of the Historical School came in the first decade of the twentieth century as a result of Weber’s stay in Prague. There he produced an abstract economic treatise along the lines of the rival Austrian School of Marginal Utility.

A greater concentration of labor made it a stronger factor, as did cost-lowering improvements in transportation. 37 A second conditioning factor, in addition to labor, was the agglomeration of units. Agglomerations occurred at the intersection of critical isodapanes of labor. ”38 If there are several of these intersections, the ones with the lowest transportation costs would be chosen. Weber noted that there could be social causes for agglomeration, but he was not concerned with these. 39 Clearly the model for Weber’s theory came from the natural sciences, with their mechanistic system of forces acting on atomistic units.

It was here that Weber became attracted to the philosophy of the French vitalist Henri Bergson, which he claimed helped free him from the ascetic Protestantism of his parental home. In addition to this new appreciation for nonrationality, which would be an important component in his later writings, he adopted briefly the methodology of the extremely rationalistic Austrian school of Marginal Utility. 21 The most important product of Weber’s stay in Prague was his book The Theory of the Location of Industries, his only foray into the realm of abstract economic theory.

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