OECD policy sessions
- Universities and the geography of innovation
- The uneven geography of innovation
- Innovation policy for regions and countries
- Green and sustainable innovation
- Mobility of workers, relatedness and the geography of innovation
- Innovation and regional economic development
- Responsible innovation, social innovation and inclusive growth
- MNCs, Global Production Networks and knowledge spillovers
- Urban agglomerations, externalities and innovation
- Spatial dynamics of innovation networks
- Geography of science
- Globalisation of innovation and knowledge
- Proximity and innovation
- Social capital, institutions and innovation
- Innovation in developing and emerging economies
- Innovation in peripheral regions
- The geography of innovation in the energy industry
- Smart cities and smart regions
- Clusters, industrial districts and regional innovation systems
- Work-life, digitisation and automation
- The geography of innovation in the circular economy
- What role does the bioeconomy play in the transformation of regions towards sustainable Development?
- The geography of resilience in Europe
- New (Big) data sources and methods to unpack the geography of innovation
- Creative Industry Clusters, Innovation and Policy
- Geography and Intangibles
- Trademarks in Space
- Moving beyond technology transfer: Evaluating and measuring the knowledge exchange performance of higher education institutions in the spatial context
- Clusters, global innovation networks, and the globalization of knowledge
- The dark side of innovation in times of shifting technological paradigm
- Migration, Globalization and the Knowledge Economy
- Ocean space innovation
- The evolution of technology
- Innovation and the Foundational Economy: a new model of place-based development?
- Understanding the heterogeneity of regional energy transitions: Opportunities and limitations for regional development
- Innovation and Regional Transformation: Change Agency and Opportunity Spaces
- Knowledge complexity
- The Role of the State in the New Generation of Innovation: a Multi-Scalar Perspective
- Digital Platform Geographies
- Social Innovation in the Global South: theoretical and empirical insights into actors, processes and impacts
All submissions of papers and extended abstracts to be presented in one of the conference parallell sessions have been peer-reviewed.
For regular sessions, papers and extended abstracts were reviewed by members of the scientific and/or organising committee. For special sessions, papers and extended abstracts were reviewed by the special session organisers.
The review results (acceptance/rejection) were sent individually to each submitting author between 21st and 23rd October 2019.
In order to maximise participation, the presentation of one paper per author has been the rule, with a small number of exceptions.
Please approach the organising committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or support.