The New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography by Gordon L. ClarkThe New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography by Gordon L. Clark

The New Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography

EditorGordon L. Clark, Maryann P. Feldman, Meric S. Gertler

Hardcover | February 10, 2018

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The first fifteen years of the 21st century have thrown into sharp relief the challenges of growth, equity, stability, and sustainability facing the world economy. In addition, they have exposed the inadequacies of mainstream economics in providing answers to these challenges. This volume gathers over 50 leading scholars from around the world to offer a forward-looking perspective of economic geography to understanding the various building blocks, relationships, and trajectories in the world economy. The perspective is at the same time grounded in theory and in theexperiences of particular places. Reviewing state-of-the-art of economic geography, setting agendas, and with illustrations and empirical evidence from all over the world, the book should be an essential reference for students, researchers, as well as strategists and policy makers.Building on the success of the first edition, this volume offers a radically revised, updated, and broader approach to economic geography. With the backdrop of the global financial crisis, finance is investigated in chapters on financial stability, financial innovation, global financial networks,the global map of savings and investments, and financialization. Environmental challenges are addressed in chapters on resource economies, vulnerability of regions to climate change, carbon markets, and energy transitions. Distribution and consumption feature alongside more established topics on thefirm, innovation, and work. The handbook also captures the theoretical and conceptual innovations of the last fifteen years, including evolutionary economic geography and the global production networks approach. Addressing the dangers of inequality, instability, and environmental crisis head-on, thevolume concludes with strategies for growth and new ways of envisioning the spatiality of economy for the future.
Gordon L. Clark is the Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment with cross-appointments in the Said Business School and the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University. He holds a Professorial Fellowship at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. His publications include Sovereign Wealth Funds (with Ashby Monk an...
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Title:The New Oxford Handbook of Economic GeographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:936 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0 inPublished:February 10, 2018Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Gordon L. Clark, Maryann P Feldman, Meric S Gertler, and Dariusz Wojcik: IntroductionPart I: Grounded in Place1. Mike Berry and Benno Engels: Global Prospects: The Asian Century?2. Danny Dorling: Inequality in Advanced Economies3. Amy Glasmeier: Income Inequality and Growing Disparity: Spatial Patterns of Inequality and the Case of the U.S.4. Kam Wing Chan: The Emerging Transformation of China's Economic Geography5. Stuart Corbridge: Economic Growth and Poverty Reduction in Contemporary India6. Maria Tsampra: Crisis and Austerity in Action: GreecePart II: Conceptual Foundations7. Maryann P. Feldman and Michael Storper: Economic Growth and Economic Development: Geographic Dimensions, Definition and Disparities8. Eric Sheppard: Heterodoxy as Orthodoxy: Prolegomenon for a Geographical Political Economy9. Harald Bathelt and Johannes Gluckler: Relational Research Design in Economic Geography10. Gordon L. Clark: Behaviour in Context11. Ron Boschma and Koen Frenken: Evolutionary Economic Geography12. Meric S. Gertler: Institutions, Geography, and Economic LifePart III: Innovation13. Phil Auerswald and Lokesh Dani: Economic Ecosystems14. Chris Forman, Avi Goldfarb, and Shane Greenstein: How Geography Shapes-and is Shaped by-the Internet15. Gernot Grabher and Oliver Ibert: Schumpeterian Customers? How Active Users Co-Create Innovations16. Mark Lorenzen: The Geography of the Creative Industries: Theoretical Stocktaking and Empirical Illustration17. Mercedes Delgado: Firms in Context: Internal and External Drivers of SuccessPart IV: The Firm18. Gilles Duranton: The Logic of Agglomeration19. Simona Iammarino and Philip McCann: Network Geographies and Geographical Networks: Co-Dependence and Co-Evolution of Multinational Enterprises and Space20. Henry Wai-chung Yeung: The Logic of Production Networks21. Stephan Manning, Marcus M. Larsen, and Chacko G. Kannothra: Global Sourcing of Business Process22. Neil M. Coe and Neil Wrigley: Towards New Economic Geographies of Retail Globalization23. Alex Hughes: Corporate Social Responsibility and StandardsPart V: Work24. Jamie Peck: Pluralizing Labour Geography25. Kendra Strauss: Precarious Work and Winner Take-all Economies26. Richard Florida and Charlotta Mellander: Talent, Skills, and Urban Economies27. Natasha Iskander and Nichola Lowe: Immigration and the Politics of SkillPart VI: Finance28. Gary A. Dymski: Finance and Financial Systems: Evolving Geographies of Crisis and Instability29. Dariusz Wojcik: The Global Financial Networks30. Matthew Zook: Information Flows and the New Digital Spaces of the Global Economy31. Ashby Monk and Rajiv Sharma: 'Organic Finance': The Incentives in Our Investment Products32. Karen P.Y. Lai: Financialization of Everday Life33. Philip O'Neill: Infrastructure and FinancePart VII: Environment34. Sarah McGill: The Financialization Thesis Revisited: Commodities as an Asset Class35. Robin Leichenko: Vulnerable Regions in a Changing Climate36. Janelle Knox-Hayes: Carbon Markets: Resource Governance and Sustainable Valuation37. Dieter Helm: Long Run Resource Scarcity38. Caitlin A. McElroy: Reconceptualizing Resource Peripheries39. Susan Christopherson: Outside Regional Paths: Constructing an Economic Geography of Energy TransitionsPart VIII: Strategies for Development40. Cameron Hepburn, Alexander Pfeiffer, and Alexander Teytelboym: Green Growth41. Andres Rodriguez-Pose and Callum Wilkie: Pursuing Equitable Economic Growth in the Global South42. Karen Chapple: Just Growth: Strategies for Growth with Equity43. Jennifer Clark: Policy Through Practice: Local Communities, Self-Organization, and Policy44. Anita M. McGahan and Janice Stein: Innovation Highways and the Geography of Inclusive Growth45. Ron Martin: Shocking Aspects of Regional Development: Towards an Economic Geography of Resilience