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.
The IG publishes two issues annually: Issue 1 (January-June) and Issue 2 (July-December). Individuals interested in organizing a special issue are invited to contact the editors.
Volume 9, Issue 1 (Spring, 2012)
Rice and Kalafsky Selected Publications in Industrial Geography pp. 1-2 , 46kb
Volume 8, Issue 2 (Fall, 2011)
Rice and Kalafsky Editorial: The Early Career Focus Series p. 44, 43kb
Tierney Venture Capital and Cleantech Symbiosis pp. 63-85 , 327kb
Kadokawa The Role of Infrastructure Support and Regional Specialization in the Japanese Manufacturing Sector pp. 86-113, 434kb
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