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The course is a study of the location and global distribution of economic activities. It describes the production of commodities, manufactured goods and services and analyzes their spatial organization within a world-systems historical perspective. Globalization, regional integration, local specialization and interdependence are discussed in relation to the question of economic development.
HC10-1085 Economic history and conditions
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