New Economic Spaces: New Economic Geographies
Richard B. Le Heron, James W. Harrington
Ashgate, 2005 - Business & Economics - 235 pages
As a core volume in the Dynamics of Economic Space series, contributors from North America, Australasia, Europe and the Middle East each address the constitutive processes of new economic and institutional spaces and the theoretical, methodological and policy-engaging practices of emerging economic geographies. Together, they provide a timely and important overview of the current debates about the geographies of economic change. As national and regional economies change rapidly, so the frameworks, concepts and methods used to describe and analyse those processes also need to evolve. This volume puts forward a comprehensive analysis of a range of different and innovative means currently available through which to view regional economic activities and interactions.
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