GEOGRAPHY 1303: WORLD GEOGRAPHY. In World Geography students are required to research the physical geography, economic development, demographics, and governance of an assigned country to determine if it is worthy for financial investment. In the second part of the paper the student tracks a T. Rowe Price global stock fund that includes the assigned country. They start of with the client’s $100,000 investment to see where the fund stands two months later—did it make money for the client or was it a dog? Sarah Gauteson’s paper on Italy was total perfection.