This course is an introduction to and overview of economic geography: patterns, trends, and theories of the geographic arrangement and interaction of economic resources, activities, and institutions. The intra-urban, interregional, and international scales are covered. Given this broad sweep of material, the course is relevant to students pursuing studies in geography, economics, planning, business, and regional studies.
Spring 2000 syllabus Summer 1999 syllabus Autumn 1998 syllabus
Weekly (p)review sheets (revisionof Stutz & deSouza's ag-loc example)