These are my notes and essays on economic geography from my first and (mainly) second year at Cambridge.
The package includes:
* 5 supervision essays
* Over 20, 000 words of notes from reading, organised by theme
* Some concise revision notes on general economic geography topics
* A list of useful references to remember
The material covers much of economic geography from the broad themes of the changing economy to knowledge and creativity, innovation, labor markets, culture, and inequality.
I did a lot of reading beyond the course material so the reading notes are useful for finding original sources to impress examiners.
I got good reports on these essays and received a first overall in second year and prizes for examination results in both.(There are some phonetic typos in the reading notes as I took them by voice recognition).
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