Thomas Brenner seminar:
Towards a Firm-Based General Growth Theory - Considering Sustainability and Differences Between Countries
Hugo Pinto seminar:
Universities, knowledge transfer and the institutionalisation of regional innovation dynamics
New book edited by Attila Varga and Katalin Erdős: Handbook of Universtities and Regional Development

The Handbook on Universities and Regional Development edited by Katalin Erdős and Attila Varga offers a comprehensive and up-to-date insight into how academic institutions spur their surroundings. The volume sheds light on universities as regional development actors from a historical perspective by introducing institutional changes and discussing the interrelatedness of society, business and academia. Detailed case studies from three continents (Europe, Asia, and America) demonstrate the highly contextual nature of the interactions between academia, industry and government.
Tom Brökel seminar:
The impact of subsidized R&D network on inter-regional knowledge diffusion
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Frank Neffke seminar:
Coordinated Expertise: How the division of labor creates coworker complementarities
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Lengyel Balázs seminar:
Spatial diffusion and churn
over the life-cycle of innovation:
the role of social networks
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Andreas Pyka seminar:
Technological spillovers and innovation networks - agents-base modelling of strategic scenarios

Regional Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Center

RIERC

Regional Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Center

- RIERC -
Thomas Brenner seminar:
Towards a Firm-Based General Growth Theory - Considering Sustainability and Differences Between Countries
Hugo Pinto seminar:
Universities, knowledge transfer and the institutionalisation of regional innovation dynamics
New book edited by Attila Varga and Katalin Erdős: Handbook of Universtities and Regional Development

The Handbook on Universities and Regional Development edited by Katalin Erdős and Attila Varga offers a comprehensive and up-to-date insight into how academic institutions spur their surroundings. The volume sheds light on universities as regional development actors from a historical perspective by introducing institutional changes and discussing the interrelatedness of society, business and academia. Detailed case studies from three continents (Europe, Asia, and America) demonstrate the highly contextual nature of the interactions between academia, industry and government.
Tom Brökel seminar:
The impact of subsidized R&D network on inter-regional knowledge diffusion
IMG_0246-TomBrokel.jpg
Frank Neffke seminar:
Coordinated Expertise: How the division of labor creates coworker complementarities
IMG_0030-FranNeffke.jpg
IMG_0164-LengyelB.jpg
Lengyel Balázs seminar:
Spatial diffusion and churn
over the life-cycle of innovation:
the role of social networks
IMG_0239-AndreasPyka.jpg
Andreas Pyka seminar:
Technological spillovers and innovation networks - agents-base modelling of strategic scenarios