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Resource Geography

Authors Hayter, Roger
Patchell, Gerald R View this author's profile
Issue Date 2015
Source International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition) , Edited by James D. Wright. The Netherlands : Elsevier, 2015, p. 568-575
Summary This article examines and proposes connections between resource and economic geography from an institutional perspective. Economic geography urgently needs to more substantively embrace resources from its theoretical purview while resource geography's established approaches can be enriched by economic geography's focus on space–place relations, institutional interests and power structures, and the influence of markets on resource use. The article progressively elaborates on the themes of natural resource governance, property rights, evolutionary and spatial dynamics, resource markets, their coordination in value chains and cycles, and the nature of resource peripheries and their remapping that is driven by conflicting institutional considerations.
Publisher Elsevier
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Language English
Format Book chapter
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