3 developed surfaces: cylindrical, conic, plane
3 light sources
Gnomonic - center of globe
Stereographic - at the antipode
Orthographic - at infinity, light rays are parallel.
Standard point/standard line
Regional Economic Geography
The Region Strikes Back
Outlash to Environmental Determinism
By the late 1920s a new approach to economic geography was ushered in
One based on place/region.
In part, this move to the region stemmed from a long-s
HISTORY OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
1925 when the journal Economic Geography was first published at Clark
1893 when economic geographical courses first appeared in U.S. university
calendars at Cornell and the University of Pennsylvania?
1882 when th
Early Economic Geography
As I mentioned a little earlier, the origins of economic geography are in colonialism
This is not a pleasant place to have an origin, but we have no control over that
Basically, the colonial powers wanted to know the e
Post-Structuralism and the cultural turn (1995 2010)
Is a movement that began in philosophy and literary studies in the 1960s,
And it is winding its way through the social sciences, entering economic
geography some time in the 1990s.
Space and Structure
(1960s - 1970s)
Economic geographers moved from studying the unique to studying the general.
In particular, this involved a switch from description
To making generalities, finding causality, and disc
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Institutional Approach to Economic Geography
Though institutions may be thought of as formal and informal, examples to follow
You can think of them as prevalent habits of thought
And because of these habits, we are constrained in our behav