This book systematically discusses classical and new theories of economic geography and invites the critical assessment of their empirical applicability. Based on the spatial disparities and inequalities in economic processes, the authors develop a relational economic geography that meets the challenges of a globalized world economy by integrating interdisciplinary theories.
The 4th edition has been completely revised, traditional concepts have been streamlined for better understanding, and newer approaches have been updated and expanded.
Illustrative case studies and over 100 graphics in 15 chapters support the lecture-accompanying self-study. A bachelor’s and master’s study book for students of geography, social sciences and economics as well as anyone interested in the relationship between space and economy.
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