InstitutTermine und Infos
31. ISEG: The geography of innovation, networks, and technological change | Dr. Pierre-Alexandre Balland

31. ISEG: The geography of innovation, networks, and technological change | Dr. Pierre-Alexandre Balland

Dr. Pierre-Alexandre Balland, Department of Economic Geography, Utrecht University & CIRCLE, The Netherlands.

Programm und Ablauf des Seminars

16. - 20.11.2015 jeweils von 16:00-19:00 Uhr

  1. Session (16. November 2015):
    Agglomeration, knowledge spillovers, and the geography of innovation

    • Audretsch, D., and Feldman, M. (1996): R&D spillovers and the geography of innovation and production, The American Economic Review 86: 630-640.
    • Boschma, R.A., and Frenken, K. (2006): Why is economic geography not an evolutionary science? Towards an evolutionary economic geography, Journal of Economic Geography 6: 273-302.
    • Breschi, S., and Lissoni, F. (2001): Knowledge spillovers and local innovation systems: a critical survey, Industrial and Corporate Change 10: 975-1005.
    • Frenken, K., van Oort F.G., and Verburg, T. (2007): Related variety, unrelated variety and regional economic growth, Regional Studies 41: 685-697.
    • Jaffe, A., Trajtenberg, M., and Henderson, R. (1993): Geographic localization of knowledge spillovers as evidenced by patent citations, Quarterly Journal of Economics 108: 577-598.
  2. Session (17. November 2015):
    The structure and dynamics of knowledge networks

    • Balland, P.A., Belso-Martinez, J.A., and Morrison, A. (2015): The Dynamics of Technical and Business Knowledge Networks in Industrial Clusters: Embeddedness, status or proximity?, Economic Geography, forthcoming.
    • Balland, P.A., de Vaan, M., and Boschma, R. (2013): The Dynamics of Interfirm Networks along the Industry Life Cycle: The Case of the Global Video Games Industry 1987-2007, Journal of Economic Geography 13: 741-765.
    • Broekel, T., and Boschma, R. (2012): Knowledge networks in the Dutch aviation industry: the proximity paradox, Journal of Economic Geography 12: 409-433.
    • Broekel, T., Balland, P.A., Burger, M., and van Oort, F. (2014): Modeling knowledge networks in economic geography: a discussion of four methods, The Annals of Regional Science 53: 423-452.
    • Giuliani, E. (2007): The selective nature of knowledge networks in clusters: evidence from the wine industry, Journal of Economic Geography 7: 139-168.
  3. Session (18. November 2015):
    Knowledge complexity of regions and technologies

    • Balland, P.A., and Rigby, D. (2015): The geography and evolution of complex knowledge, Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography 15.02, Section of Economic Geography, Utrecht University.
    • Fleming, L., and Sorenson, O. (2001): Technology as a complex adaptive system: evidence from patent data, Research Policy 30: 1019-1039.
    • Hidalgo, C.A., and Hausmann, R. (2009): The building blocks of economic complexity, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 10570-10575.
    • Jones, B.F. (2009): The burden of knowledge and the “death of the renaissance man”: Is innovation getting harder?, The Review of Economic Studies 76: 283-317.
    • Sorenson, O., Rivkin, J.W., and Fleming, L. (2006): Complexity, networks and knowledge flow, Research Policy 35: 994-1017.
  4. Session (19. November 2015):
    Technological change in regions

    • Boschma, R., Balland, P.A., and Kogler, D. (2015): Relatedness and Technological Change in Cities: The rise and fall of technological knowledge in U.S. metropolitan areas from 1981 to 2010, Industrial and Corporate Change 24: 223-250.
    • Boschma, R., Frenken, K. (2012): Technological relatedness and regional branching, in Beyond Territory. Dynamic Geographies of Knowledge Creation, Diffusion and Innovation, H. Bathelt, MP Feldman, and DF Kogler (ed.), p. 64-81.
    • Boschma, R., Heimeriks, G., and Balland, P.A. (2014): Scientific Knowledge Dynamics and Relatedness in Bio-Tech Cities, Research Policy 43: 107-114.
    • Hidalgo, C.A., Klinger, B., Barabási, A.L., and Hausmann, R. (2007): The product space conditions the development of nations, Science 317: 482-487.
    • Kogler, D.F., Rigby, D.L., and Tucker, I. (2013): Mapping knowledge space and technological relatedness in US cities, European Planning Studies 21: 1374-1391.
  5. Session (20. November 2015):
    Regional innovation policy: on clusters, smart specialization, and resilient regions
    • Balland P.A., Rigby, D., and Boschma, R. (2015): The Technological Resilience of U.S. Cities, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 8: 167-184.
    • Foray, D., David, P.A., and Hall, B. (2009): Smart specialisation: the concept, in Knowledge for Growth: Prospects for science, technology and innovation, Report, EUR 24047, European Union.
    • Glaeser, E.L. (2005): Reinventing Boston: 1630–2003, Journal of Economic Geography 5: 119-153.
    • Martin, R., and Sunley, P. (2003): Deconstructing clusters: chaotic concept or policy panacea?, Journal of Economic Geography 3, 5-35.
    • Simmie, J., and Martin, R. (2010): The economic resilience of regions: towards an evolutionary approach, Cambridge journal of regions, economy and society 3, 27-43.