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  Volume 51, Number 1, Spring 2011

Table of Contents


pp. 1-2

Economic Geography in the South

Introduction: Economic Geography in the South

pp. 3-5

The Furniture Foothills and the Spatial Fix: Globalization in the Furniture Industry

pp. 6-30

Mapping NASCAR Valley: Charlotte as a Knowledge Community

pp. 31-48

The Southern Culture of Risk Capital: The Path Dependence of Entrepreneurial Finance

pp. 49-68

Renewable Energy in North Carolina: The Potential Supply Chain and Connections to Existing Renewable and Energy Efficiency Firms

pp. 69-88

African American and Hispanic Self-Employment in the Charlotte Metropolitan Area

pp. 89-109

Hurricane Katrina as a Lens for Assessing Socio-Spatial Change in New Orleans

pp. 110-132

Drought and Other Driving Forces behind Population Change in Six Rural Counties in the United States

pp. 133-149

Mapping Existing and Potential River Cane (Arundinaria gigantea) Habitat in Western North Carolina

pp. 150-164

Under-Tapped?: An Analysis of Craft Brewing in the Southern United States

pp. 165-185

Citizenship Contested: The 1930s Domestic Migrant Experience in California's San Joaquin Valley

pp. 186-208

Book Reviews

Perspectives on Carbon Trade

pp. 209-212

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