SPACES aims to present conceptual frameworks and empirical studies on
economic action in spatial perspective to a wider audience. The interest is to
provide a forum for discussion and debate in relational economic geography.
|2009-04||What do we know about clusters?
In search of effective cluster policies
|2009-03||Against the new economy? The changing social and spatial divisions of labor in the larger Shanghai chemical industry
Harald Bathelt und Gang Zeng
|2009-02||Temporary geographical proximity for business
and work coordination: when, how and where?
Alain Rallet und André Torre
|2009-01||Human nature, the environment, and
behaviour: explaining the scope and
geographical scale of fi nancial decision-making
Gordon L. Clark