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Progress in Economic Geography

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E-ISSN 2949-6942
Area Geography, Planning and Development, Economics, Econometrics and Finance (General)

Progress in Economic Geography (PEG) is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, international journal aiming at advancing economic geography in a broad sense, by providing publication space for new perspectives, concerning topics, methods and theories and concepts. PEG will focus on emergent topics such as geographies of sustainability transitions, digitalisation and digital geography, technology complexity, social innovation, social entrepreneurship, foundational economy, sharing economy, regional industrial dynamics, financial geography and fintech. We also aim to bring these new topics in conversation with classical themes in economic geography, such as global production networks, cluster development, related and unrelated variety, smart specialisation, regional economic restructuring, regional policy, labour geography, feminist geography, environmental economic geography, etc.

PEG welcomes research articles, working with both qualitative and quantitative methods and encourages the development and use of new methods and techniques, original and high-quality empirical and conceptual work of the highest standards of economic geography scholarship, reviews, and short articles, in the form of commentaries, opinion pieces and debates. It also welcomes proposals for special issues. The journal is also open to new theoretical perspectives often at the intersections of different approaches within economic geography and beyond, such as evolutionary economics (evolutionary economic geography), network theories (relational economic geography), neo-institutionalism (institutional economic geography), geographical political economy, and alternative economic geographies.


  1. It is an oppen access journal
  2. The Subject Area : Geography, Planning and Development, Economics, Econometrics and Finance (General)

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