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What does EG stand for?
EG stands for Economic Geography
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- Eternal Fighter Zero (computer game)
- European Free Zone
- Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (est. 1964)
- Evangelical Fellowship of Zimbabwe
- Eviction Free Zone (homeless advocates; Cambridge, MA)
- Extended Fisheries Zone
- Ekonomski Fakultet Zagreb (Croatian: Faculty of Economics Zagreb; University of Zagreb; Zagreb, Croatia)
- Eternal Fighter Zero Memorial (video game)
- Early Generation
- East Godavari (India)
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Having previously lectured at the University of Sheffield and Uwic, Prof Huggins was appointed chairman of economic geography at Cardiff University and director of its Centre for Advanced Studies earlier this month.
Having previously lectured at the University of Sheffield and Uwic, Prof Huggins was appointed chair of economic geography at Cardiff University and director of its Centre for Advanced Studies earlier this month.
In contrast to the two currently-opposing approaches, we here develop an explanation of New Zealand's current economic situation, which is based on the arguments of economic geography and, in particular, on the economic history of economic geography, as specifically applied to the context of New Zealand.
Professor Krugman's extensive work in international economics, including work on international trade, economic geography and international finance, has led him to be cited as among the 50 most influential economists in the world today," he said.
In addition to the Nobel Prize, Krugman's work in economics has earned him worldwide acclaim in the field of international trade and economic geography.
At the University of Hawaii Emery held an assistantship in economic geography (1954-1955).