The Economic Geography Research Group aims to foster research and its dissemination in economic geography by organising meetings, developing contact and cooperation among geographers and other social scientists, and promoting the publication of research.
EGRG REPORT 2018: In The Business of Economic Geography
Tracking the movement of Economic Geographers into Business and Management Schools in the UK – full report available here
Exchanges Commentary in Environment and Planning A (James, Bradshaw, Coe, Faulconbridge – Sept 2018) here
EPA Responses (Oct 2018) from lots of colleagues to the EG/B&M study here
Background to the original EGRG research project here
So how do we respond collectively? Details of our ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY FUTURES EVENT (Manchester, Nov 2018) here
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