Economic Geography, published quarterly by Clark University, is a leading English-language journal devoted to the study of economic geography and is widely read by academics and professionals around the world. Highlighting the publication of theoretically-based empirical articles and case studies of significant theoretical trends that are occurring within the field of economic geography, the journal serves as a forum for high-quality and innovative scholarship. In keeping with the international scope and impact of this work, Economic Geography focuses upon exciting new research ideas and analyses emerging from scholarly networks worldwide. Each issue includes feature articles and book reviews. Articles in the past decade chronicle the significant upsurge of scholarly interest in economic geography during a period of massive change, rampant technological growth, and realignment in the global economy. Economic Geography will continue to stress important contributions to the ongoing development of theory in global economic geography.
Economic Geography was founded in 1925 at Clark University as the first publication to cover that new field of study. The journal has been published quarterly since then, successfully advancing the dynamic research that has evolved in this vital field over the past 77 years. Clark University's mission goes beyond the education of students as ambassadors of the world, to advance the frontiers of knowledge and understanding through rigorous scholarship and creative effort. While fostering a commitment to excellence in the study of traditional academic disciplines, Clark encourages innovation in exploring questions that cross disciplinary boundaries and has played an important role in the development of geography as a discipline. The publication of Economic Geography, a professional, internationally peer-reviewed journal that is committed to presenting the best theoretically-based empirical articles, has been instrumental in expanding the impact and deepening the understanding of significant economic geography issues around the world.