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Southeastern Geographer

Economic Geography in the South, Spring 2011

by Robert Brinkmann Editor · Graham A. Tobin Editor

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Southeastern Geographer is published by UNC Press for the Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers (www.sedaag.org). The quarterly journal publishes the academic work of geographers and other social and physical scientists, and features peer-reviewed articles and essays that reflect sound scholarship and contain significant contributions to geographical understanding, with a special interest in work that focuses on the southeastern United States.
Table of Contents, Volume 51, Number 1:
Introduction: Robert Brinkmann and Graham Tobin
Economic Geography in the South
Guest Editor: James O. Wheeler
Introduction: Economic Geography in the South
James O. Wheeler
The Furniture Foothills and the Spatial Fix: Globalization in the Furniture Industry
Susan M. Walcott
Mapping NASCAR Valley: Charlotte as a Knowledge Community
Ron L. Mitchelson and Derek H. Alderman
The Southern Culture of Risk Capital: The Path Dependence of Entrepreneurial Finance
William Graves
Renewable Energy in North Carolina: The Potential Supply Chain
and Connections to Existing Renewable and Energy Efficiency Firms
Keith G. Debbage and Jacob F. Kidd
African American and Hispanic Self-Employment in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area
Qingfang Wang
Papers
Hurricane Katrina as a Lens for Assessing Socio-Spatial Change in New Orleans
Case Watkins and Ronald R. Hagelman, III
Drought and Other Driving Forces behind Population Change in Six Rural Counties in the United States
Justin T. Maxwell and Peter T. Soule
Mapping Existing and Potential River Cane (Arundinaria gigantea) Habitat in Western North Carolina
Joni L. Bugden, Christopher D. Storie, Carey L. Burda
Under-Tapped? An Analysis of Craft Brewing in the Southern United States
James Baginski and Thomas L. Bell
Citizenship Contested: The 1930s Domestic Migrant Experience in California's San Joaquin Valley
Toni Alexander
Book Reviews: Perspectives on Carbon Trade
Reviewed by Mary Finley-Brook
Carbon Markets: An International Business Guide
Arnaud Brohe, Nick Eyre, and Nicholas Howarth
Carbon Trading: How It Works and Why It Fails
Tamra Gilbertson and Oscar Reyes

Publication Details

Publisher:
The University of North Carolina Press
Publication Date:
2011

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Robert Brinkmann (Editor)

Bob Brinkman is a Professors in the Department of Geography at the University of South Florida in Tampa Florida.

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