Economic Geography Research Group
The Economic Geography Research Group (EGRG) aims to further the understanding of economic geography, and to promote the research of geographers on economic issues within both academic and policy communities.
It interprets the economic in a broad sense and embraces all aspects of economic geography. The group is particularly concerned with the geographical links to social, political, and cultural processes.
EGRG's main activities include:
- Convening sessions at our Annual Conference, offering workshops and symposiums
- Postgraduate award scheme and meetings focusing on postgraduate work
- Book review and working publications, published both electronically and in hard copy
- Dissemination of information through EGRG website
- Active email discussion list for members
Read more about news and activities on the EGRG website.
EGRG Postgraduate Prize winners
- Phd Prize: Laurent Frideres, (University of Cambridge): Spatial Industrial Clustering and Competitive Advantage: Comparing Firms Inside and Outside Industry Clusters
- Masters: Luisa Gagliardi, (London School of Economics): On the Engine of Innovation: Labour Mobility and Knowledge Spillovers