economic geography economic geography
- (n) the branch of geography concerned with the production and distribution of commodities
- In addition to this ongoing change in the world's economic geographyand in part because of itHong Kong has now become a victim of biology.
- In the natural order of economic geography, Communist Rumania and Bulgaria and NATO's Greece and Turkey ought to have much in common.
- It is altogether different to teach him the basics of social and economic geographyand then give him a map with physical features but no place names.
- STORRS – Niels Giffey came from halfway around the world, from Berlin, Germany, to UConn, where he has become one of the most respected teammates and popular of Huskies. He will graduate with a degree in economic geography, and most likely have a long career in Europe. But he now calls Storrs his “second home.” […]on March 4, 2014 Source: Hartford Courant