Economic Geography

 

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Mission
To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among its members and other specialists; to stimulate reserch, teaching, and applications in industrial and economic geography; to aid in the advancement of its members and the field of industrial and economic geography; and to help represent industrial and economic geography within the discipline of geography and to related disciplines, agencies in government, the private sector, and the general public.

Dues
Regular: $7
Student: $1

Chair
Jennifer Clark
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Public Policy
Email: jennifer.clark@gatech.edu

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Announcements

  • Friday Panel: Celebrating Susan Christopherson: A Panel Honoring her Life, Work, and Leadership in E

    Celebrating Susan Christopherson: A Panel Honoring her Life, Work, and Leadership in Economic Geography
    (Sponsored by Economic Geography Specialty Group)

    Friday, April 7, 1:20 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
    Room: Room 109, Hynes, Plaza Level (Panel Session)

    Panelists:
    Meric Gertler, President and Professor, University of Toronto
    Amy Glasmeier, Professor, MIT
    Shanti Gamper-Rabindran, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh
    Jane Pollard, Professor, Newcastle University
    Katharine Rankin, Professor, University of Toronto
    Michael Storper, Professor, UCLA, LSE, Sciences Po

    Contributions from the following as well as from the audience:
    Gordon Clark, Professor, Oxford University
    Rachel Weber, Professor, University of Illinois, Chicago
    Jennifer Clark, Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology — Event Chair

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  • Women in Economic Geography Social Hour on Wednesday, April 5th at the AAG in Boston, MA.

    This is a friendly reminder to please join us for a Women in Economic Geography Social Hour on Wednesday, April 5th at the AAG in Boston, MA. Our goal for this inaugural event is to gather in an informal opportunity to support and bring visibility to women's contributions to economic geography. Our hope is that women-identified economic geographers with diverse interests across the sub-discipline, and at all career stages, will attend.
     
    This event will take place from 5:30-7:30pm at The Corner Tavern, a short walk from the Hynes Convention Center. Light refreshments will be provided. Drinks will be available for purchase. A flyer for the event can be found here: https://sites. google.com/site/ womenineconomicgeography/
     
    Questions? Please submit them HERE.  
     
    This event is being organized by Renee Tapp (Clark), Emily Rosenman (UBC), Jessa Loomis (Kentucky), and Kelly Kay (LSE/Berkeley).  

  • Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo) Website Launch

    From: Dariusz Wójcik (University of Oxford) 

    We are delighted to announce the launch of www.fingeo.net, the website of the Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo).

    It features working papers, blog, job adverts, a dissertation prize announcement, a calendar of events and much more.

    Enjoy and join us on www.fingeo.net

    Yours,

    FinGeo Executive Committee
    Chair - Dariusz Wójcik (University of Oxford) Secretary - Martin Sokol (Trinity College Dublin) Treasurer - David Bassens (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) Communications Officer - Ewald Engelen (University of Amsterdam) Deputy Communications Officer - Janelle Knox-Hayes (MIT) Managing Editor - Manuel Aalbers (KU Leuven) Deputy Editor - Sabine Dörry (LISER, Luxembourg) Events Coordinators - Karen Lai (National University of Singapore) and Fenghua Pan (Beijing Normal University)


    Special thanks go to our Web Architect, Theodor Cojoianu at Oxford!