Monthly Archives: January 2012

Angels in the back field

I love it when newspapers provide great examples of economic geography. In just the past few weeks, I’ve seen a cornocopia of great articles that really exemplify why economic geography is so amazing. We have Adam Davidson’s Making it in America cover story in the Atlantic (which I’m currently forcing 200 students to read and […]

New Article: The Spatial Economy of North American Trade Fairs

I’ve been busy over the last few weeks teaching my first class ever, but I got a pleasant surprise that an article that I had written last year has finally been published in The Canadian Geographer. The Spatial Economy of North American Trade Fairs uses a unique dataset to track the location, size, and types […]