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ECO 5350

International Economic Geography.

Three semester hours.

An in-depth examination of the locations of production, distribution, and consumption of the most important primary and manufactured goods. The scope is worldwide. Both of the main approaches to the study of economic geography, theoretical and sectoral/spatial, are covered.

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