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Neil M. Coe is Professor of Economic Geography at the National University of Singapore.
Philip F. Kelly is Professor of Geography at York University, Canada.
Henry W.C. Yeung is Professor of Economic Geography at the National University of Singapore.
Table of Contents
PART ONE: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS
1. Thinking geographically
2. The economy: what does it mean?
3. Capitalism in motion: why is economic growth so uneven?
PART TWO: MAKING THE (SPATIAL) ECONOMY
4. The state: who runs the economy?
5. Environment/economy: can nature be a commodity?
6. Labour power: can workers shape economic geographies?
7. Making money: why has finance become so powerful?
PART THREE: ORGANIZING ECONOMIC SPACE
8. Commodity chains: where does your breakfast come from?
9. Technological change: is the world getting smaller?
10. The transnational corporation: how does the global firm keep it all together?
11. Spaces of sale: how and where do we shop?
PART FOUR: PEOPLE, IDENTITIES, AND ECONOMIC LIFE
12. Clusters: why do proximity and place matter?
13. Gendered economies: does gender shape economic lives?
14. Ethnic economies: do cultures have economies?
15. Consumption: you are what you buy?
16. Economic Geography: Intellectual Journeys and Future Horizons