Edited by Frank Giarratani, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings and Philip McCann
This unique Handbook examines the impacts on, and responses to, economic geography explicitly from the perspective of the behaviour, mechanics, systems and experiences of different firms in various types of industries. The industry studies approach allows the authors to explain why the economic geography of these different industries exhibits such particular and diverse characteristics.
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- Handbook of Industry Studies and Economic Geography
- Introduction to the relationships between economic geography and industries: theory, empirics and modes of analysis
- Chapter 1: Steel industry restructuring and location
- Chapter 2: The evolving geography of the US motor vehicle industry
- Chapter 3: The changing geography of the European auto industry
- Chapter 4: Project-based industries and craft-like production: structure, location and performance
- Chapter 5: Innovation, industry evolution and cross-sectoral skill transfer in the video game industry: a three-country study
- Chapter 6: Spatial divisions of labor: how key worker profiles vary for the same industry in different regions
- Chapter 7: Museums in the neighborhood: the local economic impact of museums
- Chapter 8: Spinoff regions: entrepreneurial emergence and regional development in second-tier high-technology regions – observations from the Oregon and Idaho electronics sectors
- Chapter 9: Location, control and firm innovation: the case of the mobile handset industry
- Chapter 10: How has information technology use shaped the geography of economic activity?
- Chapter 11: R & D, knowledge, economic growth and the transatlantic productivity gap
- Chapter 12: The changing structure of the global agribusiness sector
- Chapter 13: Social capital and the development of industrial clusters: the northwest Ohio greenhouse cluster
- Chapter 14: Computational structure for linking life cycle assessment and input–output modeling: a case study on urban recycling and remanufacturing
- Chapter 15: The importance of the water management sector in Dutch agriculture and the wider economy
- Chapter 16: The geography of research and development activity in the US
- Chapter 17: Offshore assembly and service industries in Latin America
- Chapter 18: The global air transport industry: a comparative analysis of network structures in major continental regions
- Chapter 19: Innovation in New Zealand: issues of firm size, local market size and economic geography
- Chapter 20: They are industrial districts, but not as we know them!
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