PART ONE: CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATIONS
1. Thinking geographically
2. The economy: what does it mean?
3. Capitalism in motion: why is economic growth so uneven?
PART TWO: MAKING THE (SPATIAL) ECONOMY
4. The state: who runs the economy?
5. Environment/economy: can nature be a commodity?
6. Labour power: can workers shape economic geographies?
7. Making money: why has finance become so powerful?
PART THREE: ORGANIZING ECONOMIC SPACE
8. Commodity chains: where does your breakfast come from?
9. Technological change: is the world getting smaller?
10. The transnational corporation: how does the global firm keep it all together?
11. Spaces of sale: how and where do we shop?
PART FOUR: PEOPLE, IDENTITIES, AND ECONOMIC LIFE
12. Clusters: why do proximity and place matter?
13. Gendered economies: does gender shape economic lives?
14. Ethnic economies: do cultures have economies?
15. Consumption: you are what you buy?
PART FIVE: CONCLUSION
16. Economic Geography: Intellectual Journeys and Future Horizons