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Call For Paper

ICGEE is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Geography, Environmental History, & Economic History. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Geography

  • Universities and the geography of innovation
  • The uneven geography of innovation
  • Innovation policy for regions and countries
  • Green and sustainable innovation
  • Mobility of workers, relatedness and the geography of innovation
  • Innovation and regional economic development
  • Responsible innovation, social innovation and inclusive growth
  • MNCs, Global Production Networks and knowledge spillovers
  • Urban agglomerations, externalities and innovation
  • Spatial dynamics of innovation networks
  • Geography of science
  • Globalisation of innovation and knowledge
  • Proximity and innovation
  • Social capital, institutions and innovation
  • Innovation in developing and emerging economies
  • Innovation in peripheral regions
  • The geography of innovation in the energy industry
  • Smart cities and smart regions
  • Clusters, industrial districts and regional innovation systems
  • Work-life, digitisation and automation
  • The geography of innovation in the circular economy

Environmental History

  • Hybridisation, transcorporeality, post­-humanism and more­-than-­human histories;
  • Industrial and agricultural impact on environment and biocultural diversity,
  • Envirotechnical systems, nature protection, resource use;
  • Environmental justice, colonialism and global environments, migration, conflicts, environmental legacies of wars, health and disease;
  • Planetary boundaries and the Anthropocene, temporal and spatial boundaries in historical climate and climate change, ecosystem boundaries;
  • Boundaries in time: new chronologies in environmental history;
  • Crossing boundaries in/of scientific knowledge: pedagogical challenges of teaching environmental history.

Economic History

Business Ethics, Business Information Systems, Business Law, Business Performance Management, Business Statistics, Currency Crisis, Comparative Economic Systems, Developmental Economics, Development Planning and Policy, Economic Development, Economic Methodology, Economic Policy, Economic Systems, Euro Bonds, Entrepreneurship, Family Economics, Financial Economics, Geo-Political Risks, Global Economic Crisis, Green Economics, Government Deficit, Health Economics, Household Behavior and Family Economics, International Economics, Investment Climate, International Business, Labor Markets, Labor Economics, Labor Relations & Human Resource Management, Law and Economics, Macro Economics, Managerial Economics, Micro Economics, Millennium Development Goals, Prices, Business Fluctuations and Cycles, Public Administration, Small Business, Public Economics and Finance, Regulatory Economics, Welfare Economics, Public Economics, Roll-over Risk, Shocks & Vulnerabilities, Sovereign Debt, Sovereign Bond, Supply Chain Economics, Tourism Economics, Taxes, Tax Heaven and other related areas. Agricultural Innovation, Bio-diversity, Climate Change, Climate-Smart Agriculture, Community-driven Development, Culture Heritage and Sustainable Tourism, Food Crisis, Land Resources Management, Ocean and Hotel Management, Renewable Energy Resources, Solid Waste Management, Water Management, Water Resources Management and other related topics.


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