The track Economic Geography examines the human and spatial foundations of the contemporary economy, and the ways it is being transformed by advances in global networks, and information and communication technologies. The programme equips students to understand, among other things, technological and geopolitical developments in global production networks, the digital infrastructures of financialisation and liberalisation, and the effects of platforms on work and everyday life.
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Then Economic Geography might be the track for you!
The Master's programme Human Geography offers four tracks. Economic Geography is one of them. The other tracks are: