Dynamics in economic geography 2e druk - Ton van Rietbergen, Sierdjan Koster

1 | What is economic geography?

distinguishes itself from classical economics, which is rooted in the development of models. In recent decades, economic science, like other social sciences, has witnessed renewed interest in geographic variation and its influence on econom ic development. Interdisciplinary research has been on the rise, and, by engaging with aspects such as the structuring of the manufacturing process and the external conditions for economic activity, economic geography also overlaps with business management.


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