Parallel Sessions E

Universities and the Geography of Innovation V

Room: Energy Hall 3
Chair: Rhoda Ahoba-Sam – University of Lincoln
Christian Richter Østergaard – Aalborg University, Denmark
Ina Drejer
Promoting University-Industry Collaboration on Innovation: Evidence from Denmark 2006-2016
Claudio Fassio – Lund University, Sweden Aldo Geuna
Federica Rossi
International knowledge flows between industry inventors and universities: The role of
multinational companies
Renato Garcia – Institute of Economics – University of Campinas, Brazil
Emerson Gomes dos Santos
Veneziano Araujo
Suelene Mascarini
Ariana Costa
The role of spatial and non-spatial proximity in fostering university-industry collaboration

Creative Industry Clusters, Innovation and Policy I

Room: Opportunity
Chair: Max Nathan – Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, United Kingdom
Max Nathan – Bartlett School of Planning, University College
London, United Kingdom
Tasos Kitsos
Massimiliano Nuccio
Diana Gutierrez Posada
Do Creative Industries Generate Multiplier Effects? Evidence from UK Cities, 1997-2018
Patrick Adler – Rotman School of management, University of
Toronto, Canada
Agglomeration in the Post-Spotify Music Industry: A Study of Festival Artists
Atle Hauge – Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
Birgitta Ericsson
Per Kristian Alnes
Innovation and Profit in Cultural and Creative Industries
Josh Siepel – SPRU, University of Sussex Roberto Camerani
Monica Masucci
Martha Bloom
Juan Mateos Garcia Alex Bishop
Mapping Innovation in UK Creative Industries: Initial Findings from the FUSE+ Project

Green and Sustainable Innovation III

Room: Share 1
Chair: Stig-Erik Jakobsen – Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway
Valeria Costantini – Roma Tre University, Italy
Federica Cappelli
Davide Consoli Caterina Conigliani
Elena Paglialunga
Giorgia Sforna Keti Lelo
Climate Change and Armed Conflicts in Africa: A Local Perspective through the Lens of the
Agricultural Channel
François Perruchas – INGENIO(CSIC-UPV), Universitat Politècnica de València Lorenzo Napolitano
Angelica Sbardella
Davide Consoli Nicolò Barbieri
Green Innovation and Income Inequality: A Complex System Analysis
Colin Nolden – University of Oxford, United Kingdom Collecting Silences for Degrowth Markets
Roberta Rabellotti – University of Pavia & University of Aalborg,
Lema Rasmus
Vito Amendolagine
Green FDI and Green Technologies: An Empirical Investigation

Mobility of Workers, Relatedness and the Geography of Innovation III

Room: Focus
Chair: Rosina Moreno – University of Barcelona – AQR, Spain
Neave O’Clery – University College London, United Kingdom Steven Kinsella
Eoin Flaherty
Daniel Straulino
Mattie Landman
Modular structure in labour flow networks
Balazs Lengyel – Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary László Lőrincz
Guilherme Kenjy Chihaya da Silva
Anikó Hannák
Rikard Eriksson
Co-worker networks and wage dynamics in firms
Zoltán Elekes – Centre for Economic and Regional Studies,
Anna Baranowska-Rataj Rikard Eriksson
When is it possible to escape from low-wage jobs? The role of co-worker networks
Mattie Landman – University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Neave O’Clery
The impact of the BBBEE policy on gendered labour mobility and the gendered wage-gap in South Africa

Innovation and Regional Economic Development III

Room: Confidence
Chair: Thomas Kemeny – Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
Simon Baumgartinger-Seiringer – University of Vienna, Austria
Michaela Trippl
Alexandra Frangenheim
Inter-path Dynamics, Regional Restructuring and Innovation Policy: Exploring Avenues for Future Research
Silvia Nunez – Banco de Mexico, Mexico
Neave O’Clery
Regional and Industrial Automation and Routinization in Mexico: A Networks Perspective
Eri Yamada – Nagoya City University, Japan Tetsu Kawakami
Pierre-Alexandre Balland Jiro Nemoto
The Dynamics of Product Space: Evidence from the Japanese Auto-parts Industry
Artur Santoalha – University of Oslo (Centre for Technology
Innovation and Culture), Norway
The Role of Technological Diversification and Relatedness in Economic Growth in European

Innovation Policy for Regions and Countries V

Room: Concentrate
Chair: Elisa Thomas – Universitet i Stavanger
Elena Tur – Eindhoven Univeristy of Technology, The Netherlands
Emilio Raiteri
Rudi Bekkers
Let’s Divide this up Evenly? On the Randomness of Patent Assignment to Examiners at the
Dzamila Bienkowska – Linkoping University, Sweden Charlotte Norman Inclusive Innovation Support to Inventors and Idea Owners – Leveraging Intermediaries for
New Policy Purposes
Rainer Widmann – Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition, Germany Immigrant Inventors and Local Income Taxes: Evidence from Swiss Municipalities
Tatjana Bennat – Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany How Top-executives Matter for Innovation Performance: CEO characteristics and measurement of innovation activities in SMEs.

Proximity and Innovation III

Room: Attention
Chair: Utku Ali Riza Alpaydin – University of Stavanger, Norway
Adam Ploszaj – Centre for European Regional and Local Studies
EUROREG, University of Warsaw, Poland
Xiaoran Yan
Katy Börner
The impact of air transport availability on research collaboration
Tausif Bordoloi – Manchester Institute of Innovation Research,
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
Philip Shapira
Paul Mativenga
Adoption of Industry 4.0 and proximity dimensions: An empirical study of an English regional
Martina Neuländtner – AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
Thomas Scherngell
Geographical or Relational: What drives technology-specific R&D collaboration networks?
Henrik Basche – RWTH – Aachen, Germany Determinants of cross-border co-patents: Empirical evidence from 41 European regions

The Evolution of Technology III

Room: Share 2
Chair: Jason Deegan – University of Stavanger, Norway
Jacapo Staccioli – Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan,
Marco Vivarelli
Fabio Montobbio
Maria Enrica Virgillito
Robotic patents and the origin of labour-saving technology
Jun Du – Aston University, United Kingdom Xiaocan Yuan Path-breaking to innovate: The Internet of Things (IoT) technologies
Iris Wanzenböck – Copernicus Institute of Sustainable
Development,Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Silvia Rocchetta
Dieter Kogler
Firm collaboration and knowledge networks as conduits for regional structural change
Gergo Toth – University College Dublin, Ireland Zoltan Elekes
Adam Whittle
Changjun Lee
Dieter Kogler
Network Robustness: The role of technological structure to adapt to exogenous shocks

Moving Beyond Technology Transfer: Evaluating and Measuring the Knowledge Exchange Performance of Higher Education Institutions in the Spatial Context

Room: Initiative/h5>
Chair: Elvira Uyarra – Manchester Business School, United Kingdom
Lisa Nieth – Regio Twente, The Netherlands Paul Benneworth Regional Policy Implications of the Entrepreneurial University: Lessons from the ECIU
Martin Meyer – Birkbeck University of London, United Kingdom
Mauthu de Silva
Federica Rossi
Impact and Interdisciplinarity: Towards a framework of indicators
David Charles – Northumbria University, United Kingdom Valuing and measuring university knowledge exchange activities in a regional context
Jos Van Den Broek – Rathenau Institute, The Netherlands
Julia Jansen
Sue-Yen Tjong Tjin Tai
Jasper Deuten
Barriers, drivers and tensions in (local) government-HEI research collaboration for public
sector agendas

Social Innovation in the global South: Theoretical and Empirical Insights into Actors, Processes and Impacts

Room: Energy Hall 3
Chair: Simone Strambach – Philipps University Marburg, Germany
Vincent Ogutu – Strathmore University, Kenya Jessica Salmon
Paul Thurston
Factors that Influence Successful Global North and Global South International Social
Innovation Engagement: A University-Nonprofit Collaboration Model
Silvia Rita Sedita – University of Padova, Italy
Silvia Blasi
Edoardo Bega
Mapping social entrepreneurship: main areas of interventions and country specificities
Stephen Momanyi – Philipps-Universität Marburg, Germany
Simone Strambach
Hybrid Organizations in Global Value Chains: Their Contribution to Social Innovation. Insights
from Impact Sourcing in Kenya


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