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Conceptualizing economies and their geographies : spaces, flows and circuits.

Hudson, R. (2004) 'Conceptualizing economies and their geographies : spaces, flows and circuits.', Progress in human geography., 28 (4). pp. 447-471.

Abstract

The last decade or so has been one of ongoing, at times heated, debate in economic geography as to how best to conceptualize and theorize economies and their geographies. Reflecting on these debates, I identify six axioms that are central to conceptualizing economic geographies. I then go on to consider issues of culture and the economy and the relationships between them. The paper explores the links between political-economic and cultural-economic approaches, suggesting that they are most productively seen as complementary both/and approaches rather than as competitive either/or ones.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Economic geographies, Circuits, Flows, Spaces, Capitalism, Political economy, Cultural economy.
Full text:PDF - Accepted Version (286Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1191/0309132504ph497oa
Publisher statement:Copyright © 2004 by SAGE Publications
Record Created:26 Mar 2008
Last Modified:20 Apr 2011 10:19

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