Economic Geography


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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.

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Jennifer Clark
Georgia Institute of Technology
School of Public Policy

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  • Announcement: EGSG Student Awards 2018

    1) Best Student Paper: 
    Jessa Loomis, University of Kentucky
    Rescaling and Reframing Poverty: Financial Coaching and the Pedagogical Spaces of Financial Inclusion in Boston, Massachusetts 

    2) Student Research Award: 
    Araby Smyth, University of Kentucky
    Gender and Remittances: Lived experiences of women in Oaxaca, Mexico 

    3) Dissertation Award: 
    Aarti Krishnan, University of Manchester
    Re-thinking the environmental dimensions of upgrading and embeddedness in production networks: The case of Kenyan horticulture farmers 
  • Economic Geography Specialty Group Business Meeting @ AAG

    The Economic Geography Specialty Group Business Meeting @ AAG is scheduled for Friday, 4/13/2018, from 11:50 AM - 1:10 PM in Grand Ballroom A, Sheraton, 5th Floor.

    All EGSG members are welcome to attend.
    Learn about EGSG activities and initiatives and bring your new ideas!
  • Economic Geography Specialty Group Election Results

    Dear EGSG members: 

    I am pleased to report the results of our recent election.  

    At-large board members (Jan 2018 - Dec 2019): 

    Anthony Howell, Peking University
    Kean Birch, York University
    Student representative (Jan- Dec 2018): 

    Kyle Loewen, The University of British Columbia
    Congratulations to all and thank you again for agreeing to serve. 

    And a note of special appreciation for their service to EGSG to our outgoing board members:

    C. Patrick Heidkamp, Southern Connecticut State University, USA
    Harrison Campbell, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA
    Student Representative: Andrew Hoyt, University of North Texas, USA
     EGSG’s new leadership joins our incumbent board members:

    Chair: Jennifer Clark, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
    Vice Chair/Treasurer (2017 - 2018) and future Chair (2019 - 2020): Peter Kedron, Oklahoma State University, USA 
    At-large board members (Jan 2017 - Dec 2018): 

    Abigail Cooke, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA
    Kean Fan Lim, University of Nottingham, UK
    Please see the EGSG website for more information about the specialty group:


    Dr. Jennifer Clark 
    Director, Center for Urban Innovation
    Associate Director, Smart Cities and Inclusive Innovation
    Associate Professor, School of Public Policy
    Georgia Institute of Technology 
    Chair, Economic Geography Specialty Group, American Association fo Geographers
    tel. 404.385.7224