Working Group Economic Geography

Literaturempfehlungen

Aktuelle Literaturempfehlung

  • Clark, G.L., Feldman, M.P., Gertler, M.S. & Wójcik, D. (Eds.). (2018). The New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography. Oxford University Press. Link
  • León, L.F.A. (2017). Information Policy and the Spatial Constitution of Digital Geographic Information Markets, Economic Geography. Link
  • Sotarauta, M. Beer, A. & Gibney, J. (2017). Making Sense of Leadership in Urban and Regional Development, Regional Studies 51(2), 187-193. Link

 

Klassiker der Wirtschaftsgeographie

  • Hägerstrand, T. (1970). What about People in Regional Science? Papers of the Regional Science Association 24(1), 6-21. Link
  • Martin, R. & Sunley, P. (2006). Path dependence and regional economic evolution, Journal of Economic Geography 6, 395-437. Link
  • Scott, J.A. (2000). Economic Geography: the great half-century. Cambridge Journal of Economics 24(4). 483-504. Link

 

Kernpublikationen der Arbeitsgruppe

  • Faller, F. (2016). Räumliche Praktiken der Energiewende am Beispiel der Biogarerzeugung in Rheinland-Pfalz. Raumforschung und Raumordnung 74(3), 199-211. Link
  • Faller, F. (2014). Regional Strategies for Renewable Energies: Development Process in Greater Manchester. European Planning Studies 22(5), 889-908. Link
  • Hassink, R. & Gong, H. (2017). Exploring the Clustering of Creative Industries. European Planning Studies 25(4), 583-600. Link
  • Hassink, R., Klaerding, C. & Marques, P. (2014). Advancing Evolutionary Economic Geography by Engaged Pluralism. Regional Studies 48(7), 1295-1307. Link
  • Hassink, R. (2010). Regional Resilience: A Promising Concept to Explain Differences in Regional Economic Adaptibility? Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society (3)1, 45-58. Link
  • Hassink, R. (2010). Locked in Decline? On the Role of Regional Lock-Ins in Old Industrial Areas. In Boschma, R. & Martin, R. (Eds.). The Handbook of Evolutionary Economic Geography. Edward Ekgar, Cheltenham, 450-468. Link