The spatial context of Indigenous service delivery
Introduction: As with all economic activities that consider proximity to a client base as part of their locational decision-making, the geographic distribution of banking and financial services has, until quite recently at least, been determined largely by a spatial calculus of market demand and supply. In this estimation, market thresholds dictated by population (client) potential have been an overriding factor. because of the face-to-face mode of service delivery, the consequence was a widely...[Show more]
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