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Tim Marshall is seeing the world through the lens of geography, providing a fresh way of looking at maps. This is not a book about environmental determinism – the geography of a region is never presented as fatalistic. But it does send a timely reminder that despite technological advances, geography is always there, often forcing the hand of world leaders.
It seem intuitive enough, yet features rarely in economics: the relevance of geography for economic decisions and outcomes. This book demonstrates that, quite apart from different schools of economic thought, it is geography featuring prominently in economic policy and individual agents' behaviour.