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Economic Geography: In Economic Geography, we study the (locational, organizational and behavioral) principles and processes associated with the spatial allocation of scarce (human, man-made and natural) resources (which are also distributed spatially) and the spatial patterns and (direct and indirect, social, environmental and economic) consequences resulting from such allocations.Economic geography is the study of the location, distribution and spatial organization of economic activities across the world.

What is Economic Geography? Please provide me report on Estimation of Economic Geography. It is about 2000 words count report on topic Economic Geography. I want more information about this topic please help me

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