In the Business of Economic Geography

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Key findings from the project were first presented at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2016 and at a special symposium at Cardiff University in June 2017.  The full report is available below, with a shorter commentary also published in Environment and Planning A (March 2018) here.  Colleagues are invited to respond to the EAP commentary.

Full EGRG Report (March 2018) – Sustaining Economic Geography? download here

Cardiff symposium presentation June 2017 download here

RGS-IBG Conference Sept 2016 PPT presentation download here

Key Contacts: Mike Bradshaw (Warwick), Al James (QMUL), Neil Coe (NUS), James Faulconbridge (Lancaster), Catherine Souch (RGS-IBG). With valued RGS-IBG intern support (see full report).