Economic Geography

Description

This book series serves as a broad platform for scientific contributions in the field of Economic Geography and its sub-disciplines. Economic Geography wants to explore theoretical approaches and new perspectives and developments in the field of contemporary economic geography. The series welcomes proposals on the geography of economic systems and spaces, geographies of transnational investments and trade, globalization, urban economic geography, development geography, climate and environmental economic geography and other forms of spatial organization and distribution of economic activities or assets.

Some topics covered by the series are:

  • Geography of innovation, knowledge and learning
  • Geographies of retailing and consumption spaces
  • Geographies of finance and money
  • Neoliberal transformation, urban poverty and labor geography
  • Value chain and global production networks
  • Agro-food systems and food geographies 
  • Globalization, crisis and regional inequalities 
  • Regional growth and competitiveness 
  • Social and human capital, regional entrepreneurship 
  • Local and regional economic development, practice and policy
  • New service economy and changing economic structures of metropolitan city regions 
  • Industrial clustering and agglomeration economies in manufacturing industry 
  • Geography of resources and goods 
  • Leisure and tourism geography 
Publishing a broad portfolio of peer-reviewed scientific books Economic Geography contains research monographs, edited volumes, advanced and undergraduate level textbooks, as well as conference proceedings. The books can range from theoretical approaches to empirical studies and contain interdisciplinary approaches, case studies and best-practice assessments. Comparative studies between regions of all spatial scales are also welcome in this series. Economic Geography appeals to scientists, practitioners and students in the field.
An author/editor questionnaire, instructions for authors and a book proposal form can be obtained from the Publisher, Dr. Michael Leuchner (michael.leuchner@springer.com).