Social and Economic Geography
Masterwerkstatt “Geographies of Unveven Development – Economic and Social Geography”
In the “Masterwerkstatt”, students present the concepts, challenges and unresolved issues of their master and diploma theses in varying degrees of progress (idea, concept / work in progress, finished work) and discuss theory, concept, methods and results with their supervisor and other students. The goal is the exchange of experience, mutual support among students, information on current work as well as counseling by teachers.
Geographies of Uneven Development –Working Papers
The working groups Social and Economic Geography jointly Woking Papers published and make them available on its homepage.
The working groups Social Geography and Economic Geography bear the Master Priority:
Geographies of uneven Development – Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeographie [link]
The working groups Social Geography and Economic Geography participate further actively in the following study supplements: