- Häftad (Paperback)
- Antal sidor
- annotated ed
- Wood, Andrew / Roberts, Susan M.
- 7 black & white halftones 127, 54 black & white illustrations, 19 black & white tables 47 black &
- 54 black & white illustrations, 19 black & white tables, 7 black & white halftones, 47 b
- 234 x 177 x 6 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 50:B&W 7.44 x 9.69 in or 246 x 189 mm (Crown 4vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Gloss Lam
- 272 g
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"Wood and Roberts have produced a refreshing and comprehensive introduction to how economic geographers try to understand the changing world. This book, wide ranging both in its theoretical coverage and use of examples from diverse contexts, illustrates how more recent approaches have drawn from and reacted to previous rounds of theoretical endeavour and economic change. From understanding the roots of economic geography through to current cutting edge debates, students will find this book an invaluable aid." Dr Jane Pollard, CURDS, Newcastle University, UK. "Economic Geography is the only contemporary text to engage constructively between the different approaches that characterize 'economic geography'. Clearly written and replete with up to date examples, students are challenged to deepen their understanding. Readers will appreciate the fundamental questions that economic geographers ask concerning the world and the economy, and gain novel insights into the uneven geographies of contemporary capitalist globalization." Professor Eric Sheppard, Department of Geography, University of Minnesota, USA.
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Andrew Wood is Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at the University of Kentucky. He is an economic, urban and political geographer with research interests in urban and regional governance, the politics of local economic development and issues relating to competition and collaboration between firms. Sue Roberts is Professor and Chair of Geography at the University of Kentucky where she is also affiliated with the Gender and Women's Studies Program and the Committee on Social Theory. Her research interests are in economic and political geography and development studies.
1. Introduction Part 1: Traditional Economic Geographies 2. Traditional Location Theory 3. Modeling Economic Geographies Part 2: Geographies of the Firm and Other Institutions 4. The Geographies of the Firm 5. Going Global Part 3: Geographies of Uneven Development 6. Geographic Inequalities 7. The Changing Fortunes of Local and Regional Economies Part 4: Geographies of Networks, Places and Flows 8. Economic Geography 'Unbound' 9. Conclusions