The concept of economic geography and its relation to other fields. The relation of economic resources and natural and human resources that affect economic production. Agriculture and its development, water resources, mineral resources, energy resources, the problem of food in the world, industry and national industries and business. The transition of services sector. The development of capitalism its relation to economic geography. The geography distribution of labor, the patterns of financial industries, the dynamics of the geographies of the economy its relation to place. The relation of economic geography to globalization.
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