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20. ISEG: Entrepreneurship, Geography and Policy | Dr. Erik Stam

20. ISEG: Entrepreneurship, Geography and Policy | Dr. Erik Stam

Dr. Erik Stam,  Department of Economic Geography, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

Programm und Ablauf des Seminars

08. - 12.12.2008 jeweils von 16:00-19:00 Uhr

  1. Session (08. Dezember): Geographies of Entrepreneurship
    • Stuart, T.E. and Sorenson, O. (2003): The geography of opportunity: spatial heterogeneity in founding rates and the performance of biotechnology firms. Research Policy 32: 229-253.
    • Audia, P.G., Freeman, J.H. and Reynolds, P. (2006): Organizational Foundings in Community Context: Instruments Manufacturers and their Interrelationship with Other Organizations. Administrative Science Quarterly 51: 381-419.
    • Tamásy, C. (2006): Determinants of Regional Entrepreneurship Dynamics in Contemporary Germany: A Conceptual and Empirical Analysis. Regional Studies 40(4), pp. 365-384.
    • Bosma, N., Van Stel, A. and Suddle, K. (2008): The geography of new firm formation: Evidence from independent start-ups and new subsidiaries in the Netherlands. The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 4(2): 129-146.
    • Stam, E. (2009): Entrepreneurship, Evolution and Geography. in: Boschma, R. and Martin, R. (eds) The Handbook of Evolutionary Economic Geography. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. forthcoming.

  2. Session (09. Dezember): Location of new and young firms
    • Stam, E. (2007): Why Butterflies Don’t Leave. Locational behavior of entrepreneurial firms. Economic Geography 83(1): 27-50. 
    • Michelacci, C. and Silva, O. (2007): Why so many local entrepreneurs? The Review of Economics and Statistics, 89(4): 615-633.

  3. Session (10. Dezember): Entrepreneurship and economic growth
    • Wennekers, S. and Thurik, R. (1999): Linking Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth. Small Business Economics 13(1): 27-55.
    • Audretsch, D.B. and Keilbach, M. (2004): Entrepreneurship and Regional Growth: An Evolutionary Interpretation. Journal of Evolutionary Economics 14: 605-616.
    • Van Stel, A. and Storey, D. (2004): The Link between Firm Births and Job Creation: Is there a Upas Tree Effect? Regional Studies 38(8): 893 – 909.
    • Fritsch, M. (2008): How does new business formation affect regional development? Introduction to the special issue. Small Business Economics 30(1): 1-14.
    • Bosma, N., Stam, E. and Schutjens, V. (2009): Creative Destruction and Regional Productivity Growth: Evidence from the Dutch Manufacturing and Services Industries. Small Business Economics, forthcoming.

  4. Session (11. Dezember): Entrepreneurship and structural change
    • Kenney, M. and Von Burg, U. (1999): Technology and Path Dependence: The Divergence between Silicon Valley and Route 128. Industrial and Corporate Change 8 (1): 67-103.
    • Rocha, H.O. (2004): Entrepreneurship and Development: the Role of Clusters. A Literature Review. Small Business Economics 23, 363-400.
    • Frenken, K. and Boschma, R.A. (2007): A theoretical framework for evolutionary economic geography: industrial dynamics and urban growth as a branching process. Journal of Economic Geography 7(5): 635-649.
    • Klepper, S. (2007): Disagreements, Spinoffs, and the Evolution of Detroit as the Capital of the U.S. Automobile Industry. Management Science 53(4): 616-631.
    • Naudé, W. (2008): Entrepreneurship in Economic Development. UNU-WIDER Research Paper No. 2008/20.
    • Stam, E. and Garnsey, E. (2008): Decline and renewal of high tech clusters: The Cambridge case. CTM working paper 2008-04.

  5. Session (12. Dezember): Entrepreneurship and public policy
    • McQuaid, R.W. (2002): Entrepreneurship and ICT Industries: Support from Regional and Local Policies, Regional Studies 36(8): 909-919.
    • Fischer, E. and Reuber, A.R. (2003): Support for Rapid-Growth Firms: A Comparison of the Views of Founders, Government Policymakers, and Private Sector Resource Providers. Journal of Small Business Management, 41(4): 346-365.
    • Greene, F.J., Mole, K.F. and Storey, D.J. (2004): Does More Mean Worse? Three Decades of Enterprise Policy in the Tees Valley. Urban Studies, 41(7): 1207–1228.
    • Stam, E. (2008): Entrepreneurship and Innovation Policy. In: Nooteboom, B. & Stam, E. (eds) Micro-Foundations for Innovation Policy. Amsterdam / Chicago: Amsterdam University Press / Chicago University Press. pp.135-172.
    • Boschma, R. (2008): Regional Innovation Policy. In: Nooteboom, B. & Stam, E. (eds) Micro-Foundations for Innovation Policy. Amsterdam / Chicago: Amsterdam University Press / Chicago University Press. pp. 315-341.