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Published on Oct 17, 2019
In the master in Economic Geography at the University of Groningen you will learn to understand region-specific socio-economic development paths. We focus on the actions of people and firms, and regional economic development: where do entrepreneurs start their businesses, how do firms grow, where do people live, where do they move to and which jobs do they have? Can we understand their choices? With this information on individual level, you will be able to understand regional developments and formulate policy avenues to govern such processes locally, nationally and internationally. For students interested in the role of international trade and globalization in regional economic development we offer a track in Regional Competitiveness and Trade.