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3 The economy and economic geography omic history of a place in terms of the particular industries found there and the institutions and practices associated with them. In any one place, the interaction between established industries and institutions and contemporary processes of change shapes and moulds the economic landscape (Massey, 1984). It has become increasingly clear in recent years that globalization is a differentiated and uneven process, generating different outcomes in different places.
Why would it have been produced in that particular region or country? 4. g. in a factory, by craft workers, on a farm)? 5. g. MNCs, small firms, farmers)? 6. How might the profits be distributed among these main actors? subject area. Highlights the key questions that economic geographers address and the changing perspectives that inform their work. , Ward, K. and Samers, M. 1–23. The introduction to a recent textbook on the geography of employment and labour. Begins with brief examples of ‘working lives’, stressing how the experiences of people in different locations are linked together under global capitalism.
Source: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis. 2 (continued) contain 16 of the world’s 20 most polluted cities (World Bank, 1998). By contrast, Africa has failed to develop since independence in the 1950s and 1960s. Since 1980, its position relative to other world regions has actually deteriorated, with the continent appearing to have almost ‘fallen out of the world economy’ (Agnew and Grant, 1997). By the year 2000, half of the world’s poor were in Africa compared with 10 per cent in 1970 (BBC News, undated).