Economic Geography, founded and published quarterly at Clark University since 1925, is the
leading English-language journal devoted to the study of economic geography and is widely read by
academics and professionals around the world. Highlighting the publication of theoretically-based
empirical articles and case studies of significant theoretical trends that are taking place within
the field of economic geography, the journal serves as a forum for high-quality and innovative
scholarship. In keeping with the international scope and impact of this work, Economic
Geography focuses upon the exciting new research ideas and analyses emerging from scholarly
networks throughout the world. Each issue includes feature articles and reviews of recently
published books. Economic Geography has been ranked third among geography journals in the
2009 ISI Social Sciences Citation Index (with an impact factor of 3.452).
Articles published in the past decade chronicle the significant upsurge
of scholarly interest in economic geography during a period of massive
change, rampant technological growth, and realignment in the global economy.
Economic Geography will continue to stress important contributions to the ongoing
development of theory in economic geography around the world.
We invite authors to submit manuscripts,
based on a variety of philosophical and methodological views, that will contribute to theoretical advances
and debates in economic geography, broadly conceived. Please submit new manuscripts through the Economic
Geography Manuscript Central online submission site:
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Worcester, MA 01610-1477 USA