Table of contents for Economic geography : a contemporary introduction / Neil M. Coe, Philip F. Kelly, and Henry W.C. Yeung.

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Contents
List of Figures
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part 1: Conceptual foundations
Chapter 1	A geographical approach to the economy
Chapter 2	Economic discourse - does 'the economy' really exist?
Part 2: Dynamics of economic space
Chapter 3	Uneven development - why is economic growth and development so uneven?
Chapter 4	Commodity chains - where does your breakfast come from?
Chapter 5	Technology and agglomeration - does technology eradicate distance?
Chapter 6	Environment/economy - can nature be a commodity?
Part 3: Actors in economic space
Chapter 7	The state - who controls the economy: firms or governments?
Chapter 8	The transnational corporation - how does the global firm keep it all together?
Chapter 9	Labour power - can workers shape economic geographies?
Chapter 10	Consumption - who controls spaces of sales and consumption?
Part 4: Socialising economic life
Chapter 11	Culture and the firm - do countries and companies have economic cultures? 
Chapter 12	Gendered economic geographies - does gender shape economic lives?
Chapter 13	Ethnic economies - do cultures have economies?
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Economic geography.
Economic development.