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The Comparative Advantages of Geographical Indications and Community Trade Marks for the Marketing of Agricultural Products

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Garments without guilt? Uneven labour geographies and ethical trading—Sri Lankan labour perspectives

Trade-offs in Staying Close: Corporate Decision Making and Geographic Dispersion

Geographical perspectives on mapping globalisation. An introduction to the JEG Special Issue ‘Mapping globalisation: geographical perspectives on international trade and investment’

Relating History to the Land: Urban Centers, Geographical Units, and Trade Routes in the Gangetic and Central India of circa 200 BCE

Geographic market access and the effects of trade on length of production run, product diversity and plant scale of Canadian manufacturing plants, 1974–1999

Geography, trade and regional development: the role of wage costs, exchange rates and currency/capital movements

F. W. Carter. Trade and Urban Development in Poland: An Economic Geography of Cracow, from Its Origins to 1795. (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography, number 20.) New York: Cambridge University Press. 1994. Pp. xxii, 509. $84.95

An Introduction to Geographical Economics: Trade, Location and Growth. Steven Brakman, Harry Garretsen, and Charles van Marrewijk. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. ISBN 0–521–77039 7, Price: £22.95 (hardback)

SMITH, Reginald John (1857 - 1916), KC; principal of Smith, Elder, and Co., publishers; editor Cornhill Magazine since 1897; President Publishers’ Association, 1904–05 and 1915–16; Member of Council, Royal Geographical Society; Member of Executive Committee of Royal Literary Fund, and Chairman of Anniversary Committee; on Employers’ Panel of Board of Trade Conciliation; Treasurer and Member of Management Committee Poplar Hospital for Accidents

 

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