7-10/06/2022 Global Conference on Economic Geography in Dublin (Call for papers)

With financial geographies as one of the core themes of the forthcoming Global Conference on Economic Geography in Dublin (7-10 June 2022), we invite everyone to submit their paper abstracts and to register. Early bird registration is extended to 25 February and the abstract submission deadline is on 11 February. You can submit to one of the specific special session calls or to the general Financial Geographies theme. Details on: https://gceg.org/CallforPapers.php

Session Themes & Leaders

  1. Evolutionary Economic Geography & Spatial Economics. Silvia Rocchetta (Dublin City University) & Andrea Mina (Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa)
  2. Geographies of Knowledge Production and Knowledge Flow, Iris Wanzenböck (Utrecht University) & David Rigby (UCLA)
  3. Production and Consumption Geographies. Neil M. Coe (National University of Singapore) & Jana Kleibert (Leibniz IRS)
  4. Financial Geographies. Janelle Knox-Hayes (MIT) & Dariusz Wójcik (Oxford University)
  5. Geographies of Organization, Networks and Management. Majella Giblin (NUI Galway) & Giulio Buciuni (Trinity College Dublin)
  6. The Changing Geography of Tasks and Skills. Rikard Eriksson (Umea University) & Frank Neffke (Complexity Science Hub Vienna and Harvard Kennedy School)
  7. Environmental and Sustainability Economies/Geographies. Christian Binz (Eawag, Switzerland) & Lars Coenen (HVL, Bergen and University of Oslo, Norway)
  8. Digital & Platform Geographies. Lizzie Richardson (Goethe University) & Matthew Zook (University of Kentucky)
  9. Urban Economic and Planning Geographies. Jennifer Clark (Ohio State University) & Francis Owusu (Iowa State University)
  10. Geographies of Inequality. Sébastien Breau (McGill University) & Neil Lee (LSE)
  11. Development Geographies. Jim Murphy (Clark University) & Wenying Fu (Northumbria University)
  12. Geographies of Peripheral, Remote and Northern Regions. Andrey Petrov (University of Northern Iowa), Joan Nymand Larsen (University of Akureyri) & Chris Southcott (Lakehead University)
  13. Economic Geography Otherwise. Nick Lewis (University of Auckland, NZ)

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