Category:Economic geography

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Economic geography studies economic conditions in different parts of the world, and the relationship between them. The discipline studies the factors that influence economies, such as natural resource availability, climate, and terrain, social structures, political institutions, and labour conditions. The concept dates back to the 18th century and Adam Smith's The Wealth of Nations, and has given rise to theories like the metropolis-hinterland relation, and the equatorial paradox.

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