The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
472
Utgivningsdatum
2016-09-16
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1
Förlag
Wiley-Blackwell
Dimensioner
234 x 171 x 31 mm
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997 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781119250647
The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography (häftad)

The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography

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The Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Economic Geography presents students and researchers with a comprehensive overview of the field, put together by a prestigious editorial team, with contributions from an international cast of prominent scholars. * Offers a fully revised, expanded, and up-to-date overview, following the successful and highly regarded Companion to Economic Geography published by Blackwell a decade earlier, providing a comprehensive assessment of the field * Takes a prospective as well as retrospective look at the field, reviewing recent developments, recurrent challenges, and emerging agendas * Incorporates diverse perspectives (in terms of specialty, demography and geography) of up and coming scholars, going beyond a focus on Anglo-American research * Encourages authors and researchers to engage with and contextualize their situated perspectives * Explores areas of overlap, dialogues, and (potential) engagement between economic geography and cognate disciplines
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"The editors have done an outstanding job of representing, through the collection of chapters in the Companion, economic geography in all its guises, with chapters being authored by both more and less senior figures (albeit as the editors admit with a bias toward the Euro-American world in terms of where the scholars practice) . . . indeed, through the efforts of the editors to assemble a broad array of contributors, and in turn the endeavors of these contributors to capture the vibrancy, relevance, and importance of scholarship in their areas, the Companion manages to effectively portray a subdiscipline that economic geographers will recognize and many outsiders will (one hopes) be intrigued and excited by." ("Economic Geography," 7 October 2013) "This most recent Companion to Economic Geography is an impressive reminder of the diverse, restless nature of economic geography in meeting its mandate to describe, explain and shape the remarkable (and changing) geographic diversity of the global economy and its integration." ("Regional Studies," 1 July 2013) "The Companionis an excellent and timely contribution that simultaneously maps the past, present, and possible futures of economic geography. The Companionis an important text for all geographers, not just those willing to call themselves 'economic'." ("Geographical Research," 1 May 2013) "This most recent Companion to Economic Geography is an impressive reminder of the diverse, restless nature of economic geography in meeting its mandate to describe, explain and shape the remarkable (and changing) geographic diversity of the global economy and its integration." ("Regional Studies", 1 July 2013)"The Companionis an excellent and timely contribution that simultaneously maps the past, present, and possible futures of economic geography. The Companionis an important text for all geographers, not just those willing to call themselves 'economic'." ("Geographical Research", 1 May 2013) "The Companionis an excellent and timely contribution that simultaneously maps the past, present, and possible futures of economic geography. The Companionis an important text for all geographers, not just those willing to call themselves 'economic'." ("Geographical Research", 1 May 2013)

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Trevor J. Barnes has been at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, since 1983, and is currently Professor and Distinguished University Scholar. He is the author or editor of nine books, including Politics and Practice in Economic Geography. Reading Economic Geography, A Companion to Economic Geography, and Logics of Dislocation. Jamie Peck is Canada Research Chair in Urban & Regional Political Economy and Professor of Geography at the University of British Columbia. He is the author or editor of eleven books, including Fast Policy, Constructions of Neoliberal Reason, Politics and Practice in Economic Geography, Contesting Neoliberalism: Urban Frontiers, and Reading Economic Geography. Eric Sheppard is the Alexander von Humboldt Chair in the Department of Geography at UCLA. He is the author or editor of eight books, including A World of Difference, Politics and Practice in Economic Geography, Contesting Neoliberalism: Urban Frontiers, and A Companion to Economic Geography.

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List of Illustrations xi Notes on Contributors xii Acknowledgements xviii The Long Decade: Economic Geography, Unbound 1 Eric Sheppard, Trevor J. Barnes, and Jamie Peck Section I Trajectories 25 Editors Introduction: Trajectories 27 Eric Sheppard, Trevor J. Barnes, and Jamie Peck 1 Diverse Economies: Performative Practices for Other Worlds 33 J.K. Gibson-Graham 2 Geography in Economy: Reflections on a Field 47 Richard Walker 3 Release the Hounds! The Marvelous Case of Political Economy 61 Geoff Mann 4 The Industrial Corporation and Capitalism s Time Space Fix 74 Phillip O Neill 5 Theory, Practice, and Crisis: Changing Economic Geographies of Money and Finance 91 Sarah Hall 6 The Matter of Nature in Economic Geography 104 Karen Bakker 7 East Asian Capitalisms and Economic Geographies 118 Henry Wai-chung Yeung 8 Contesting Power/Knowledge in Economic Geography: Learning from Latin America and the Caribbean 132 Marion Werner Section II Spatialities 147 (a) Accumulation and Value 147 Editors Introduction: Accumulation and Value 149 Eric Sheppard, Jamie Peck, and Trevor J. Barnes 9 The Geographies of Production 157 Neil M. Coe and Martin Hess 10 The Global Economy 170 Jim Glassman 11 Evolutionary Economic Geographies 183 Jurgen Essletzbichler 12 Geographies of Marketization 199 Christian Berndt and Marc Boeckler 13 Economies of Bodily Commodification 213 Bronwyn Parry 14 Lives of Things 226 Ian Cook and Tara Woodyer 15 Crisis in Space: Ruminations on the Unevenness of Financialization and its Geographical Implications 242 Ewald Engelen 16 The Insurmountable Diversity of Economies 258 Adrian Smith 17 Waste/Value 275 Vinay Gidwani (b) Regulation and Governance 289 Editors Introduction: Regulation and Governance 291 Jamie Peck, Trevor J. Barnes, and Eric Sheppard 18 The Virtual Economy 298 Matthew Zook 19 Economic Geographies of Global Governance: Rules, Rationalities, and Relational Comparisons 313 Katharine N. Rankin 20 The Geographies of Alter-globalization 330 Joel Wainwright 21 Reinventing the State: Neoliberalism, State Transformation, and Economic Governance 344 Danny MacKinnon 22 New Subjects 358 Wendy Larner 23 Renaturing the Economy 372 Morgan Robertson 24 Bringing Politics Back In: Reading the Firm-Territory Nexus Politically 385 Jinn-yuh Hsu (c) Embodiment and Identity 399 Editors Introduction: Embodiment and Identity 401 Trevor J. Barnes, Eric Sheppard, and Jamie Peck 25 Economic Geographies of Race and Ethnicity: Explorations in Continuity and Change 407 Beverley Mullings 26 Gender, Difference, and Contestation: Economic Geography through the Lens of Transnational Migration 420 Rachel Silvey 27 Labor, Movement: Migration, Mobility, and Geographies of Work 431 Philip F. Kelly 28 Making Consumers and Consumption 444 Juliana Mansvelt 29 The Rise of a New Knowledge/Creative Economy: Prospects and Challenges for Economic Development, Class Inequality, and Work 458 Deborah Leslie and Norma M. Rantisi 30 The Corporation as Disciplinary Institution 472 Joshua Barkan 31 Social Movements and the Geographies of Economic Activities in South Korea 486 Bae-Gyoon Park 32 Subalternities that Matter in Times of Crisis 501 Sharad Chari Section III Borders 515 Editors Introduction: Borders 517 Trevor J. Barnes, Jamie Peck, and Eric Sheppard 33 The Genuine and the Counterfeit: Qualitative Methods in Economic Geography and Anthropology 524 Elizabeth Dunn and Erica Schoenberger 34 The Cultural Turn and the Conjunctural Economy: Economic Geography, Anthropology, and Cultural Studies 537 John Pickles 35 Worlds Apart? Economic Geography and Questions of Development 552 Susan M. Roberts 36 Putting Politics into Economic Geography 567 John Agnew 37 Inheritance or