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Economic Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences

Economic Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences
Economic Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences
Economic geography has long been a key branch of human geography as a whole, but in recent years the subject has undergone considerable theoretical, empirical and public growth. It has become a highly vibrant sphere of academic enquiry amongst the social sciences, and an increasingly prominent arena of political discourse and policy action. Reflecting this, "Economic Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences" is a comprehensive five-volume set covering the following key areas: the evolving project of economic geography; realms of wealth creation in a globalizing economy; changing worlds of work and welfare; and, the cultural economy regulating the economic landscape.

With a new introduction by the editors, this fascinating collection captures the essential elements involved in the intellectual development of the field, making it an indispensable resource for both student and scholar alike.
0415338417
Routledge
Martin, Ronald
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Sunley, Peter
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Martin, Ronald
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Sunley, Peter
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Martin, Ronald and Sunley, Peter (eds.) (2008) Economic Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences (Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences), London, GB. Routledge, 2512pp.

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Economic geography has long been a key branch of human geography as a whole, but in recent years the subject has undergone considerable theoretical, empirical and public growth. It has become a highly vibrant sphere of academic enquiry amongst the social sciences, and an increasingly prominent arena of political discourse and policy action. Reflecting this, "Economic Geography: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences" is a comprehensive five-volume set covering the following key areas: the evolving project of economic geography; realms of wealth creation in a globalizing economy; changing worlds of work and welfare; and, the cultural economy regulating the economic landscape.

With a new introduction by the editors, this fascinating collection captures the essential elements involved in the intellectual development of the field, making it an indispensable resource for both student and scholar alike.

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Published date: 2008

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Local EPrints ID: 151549
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/151549
ISBN: 0415338417
PURE UUID: 32f40281-d7f9-4e46-a38c-3d34bcb7b8fb

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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:55

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