Drawing upon 25 years of original research, Production, Places and Environment provides a unique combination of rich, varied and theoretically informed case studies, along with more general analyses of processes and changing theoretical and methodological perspectives in economic geography that are informed by original empirical research.
Through a huge range of his own groundbreaking case material the author explores such essential factors as space, production, social and political concerns, and environmental issues, being careful to ground the more complex theory in the more general tendencies in economic geography and the social sciences.
Part 1 - Setting the Scene
Part 2 - Re-thinking Regional Change
Part 3 - Geographies of Changing Forms of Production and Work
Part 4 - Territorial Politics and Policies
Part 5 - Production, Environment & Politics