economic geography

noun
a branch of geography that deals with the relation of physical and economic conditions to the production and utilization of raw materials and their manufacture into finished products.

Origin:
1910–15

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economic geography
 
n
the study of the geographical distribution of economic resources and their use

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Meanwhile, the recession has reshaped the global economic geography.
The group's economic geography is as spectacular as its topography.
The economic geography of the world is lumpy, and talent likes to clump together into centres of innovation.
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