The Industrial Geographer publishes articles and research notes that focus on a broad range of economic issues across all economic sectors and explore issues at all scales from the firm to the globe. The journal encourages submissions that are theoretically driven empirical research, papers with an applied and planning thrust, and papers that explore directions for future research.
Individuals interested in organizing a special issue are invited to contact the editors.
Volume 12 (2015)
Hayter, Midgley, and Edenhoffer The Canada-US Softwood Lumber Dispute, Phase 4: Location Adjustments by BC's Lumber Firms pp. 1-20, 0.3Mb
Volume 11 (2014)
Parrillo and de Socio Universities and Hospitals as Agents of Economic Stability and Growth in Small Cities: A Comparative Analysis pp. 1-28, 1.6Mb
Rice and Kalafsky Editorial: Cycles and Transitions p. 29, 0.1Mb
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