Working Paper Series

CEG Papers in Economic Geography (CPEG) is a working paper series published by the Centre for Economic Geography (CEG) at the School of Planning and Geography, Cardiff University. The series seeks to extend our theoretical and empirical understanding of how economic development and economic trajectories evolve across different spaces and places. In particular, the series is keen to publish papers connecting the economics of place-based development with broader societal and cultural dimensions. Submitted papers will be reviewed by the editors, and in the first instance should be sent to Robert Huggins (HugginsR@cardiff.ac.uk) or Gillian Bristow (BristowG1@cardiff.ac.uk).

Recent Working Papers

04/2012 - State Spatiality and the Governance of Economic Development in the UK: The Changing Role of the Region, Gillian Bristow (2012)

03/2011 - Economic Development Policy in Wales since Devolution: From Despair to Where?, David Pickernell (2011)

02/2011 - Are Knowledge-Based Factors Key Value Drivers of Regional Development? A Multivariate Analysis of European Union Regions, Antonio Lerro, Giovanni Schiuma and Massimo Cristallo (2011)

01/2011 - Culture and Place-Based Economic Development: Perspectives from Wales, Robert Huggins (2011)