Geography 110: Economic Geography of the Industrial World

Geography 110
CCN: 15219
(4 units)
John Stehlin
Location: 141 McCone
Times: MWF 3-4

Industrialization, urbanization, and economic growth in the global North. Locational patterns in manufacturing, retailing trade, and finance. Geographic dynamics of technical change, employment, business organization, resource use, and divisions of labor. Property, labor, and social conflict as geographic forces. Local, national, and continental rivalries in a global economy, and challenges to U.S. dominance. Also listed as Interdisciplinary Studies Field Maj C101.