Studying Economic Geography

Studies in economic geography offer the student the possibility to gain knowledge in solving the spatial problems of companies and organisations, location planning, marketing area analysis, research and planning of transportation, delivery and information networks and the decision-making related to these operations. Broad knowledge base and understanding of the real-world phenomena are an economic geographer's greatest strengths in the labour market.

    Studying in  Economic Geography at the Turku School of Economics concentrates on the following themes:

    • Marketing geography
    • Spatial behaviour of companies and consumers  
    • Geographic information systems (GIS) in business
    • Regional planning and planning theories
    • Geography of travel and tourism
    • Location research
    • Corporate Social Responsibility