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|List of Figures||p. xi|
|List of Tables||p. xiv|
|List of Boxes||p. xvi|
|Conceptual Foundations||p. 1|
|A Geographical Approach to the Economy||p. 3|
|Economic Discourse: Does 'the Economy' Really Exist?||p. 31|
|Dynamics of Economic Space||p. 57|
|Uneven Development: Why Is Economic Gro... MORE||p. 59|
|Commodity Chains: Where Does Your Breakfast Come From?||p. 87|
|Technology and Agglomeration: Does Technology Eradicate Distance?||p. 119|
|Environment/Economy: Can Nature Be a Commodity?||p. 153|
|Actors in Economic Space||p. 185|
|The State: Who Controls the Economy: Firms or Governments?||p. 187|
|The Transnational Corporation: How Does the Global Firm Keep It All Together?||p. 223|
|Labour Power: Can Workers Shape Economic Geographies?||p. 254|
|Consumption: Is the Customer Always Right?||p. 284|
|Socializing Economic Life||p. 319|
|Culture and the Firm: Do Countries and Companies Have Economic Cultures?||p. 321|
|Gendered Economic Geographies: Does Gender Shape Economic Lives?||p. 348|
|Ethnic Economies: Do Cultures Have Economies?||p. 377|
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Philip F. Kelly is Associate Professor of Geography at York University, Canada.
Henry W.C. Yeung is Professor of Economic Geography at the National University of Singapore.