Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Papers in Innovation Studies,
Lund University, CIRCLE - Centre for Innovation Research

2022

No 2022/8: Forever Niche: Why do organic vegetable varieties not diffuse?
Sebastian Rohe, Marie Oltmer, Hendrik Wolter, Nina Gmeiner and Julia Tschersich

No 2022/7: From the Systems of Innovation Approach to a General Theory of Innovation: Do Activities and Functions Reflect what Happens in Innovation Systems?
Charles Edquist and Mart Laatsit

No 2022/6: Leadership and governance challenges in delivering place-based transformation through smart specialisation: Insights and policy implications from a metropolitan innovation leader region
Iryna Fil Kristensen, Rhiannon Pugh and Markus Grillitsch

No 2022/5: Agency and Economic Change in Regions: Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) to identify Routes to New Path Development
Markus Grillitsch, Markku Sotarauta, Björn Asheim, Rune Dahl Fitjar, Silje Haus-Reve, et al.

No 2022/4: Geographies of Low-Income Jobs: The concentration of low-income jobs, the knowledge economy and labor market polarization in Sweden, 1990-2018
Alvaro von Borries, Markus Grillitsch and Karl-Johan Lundquist

No 2022/3: The determinants of AI innovation across European firms
Ioana Igna and Francesco Venturini

No 2022/2: Foreign graduates in Sweden. The role of high tech sectors, STEM disciplines and cultural distance.
Claudio Fassio and Ioana Igna

No 2022/1: Return of the Solow-paradox in AI? AI-adoption and firm productivity
Asta Bäck, Arash Hajikhani, Angela Jäger, Torben Schubert and Arho Suominen

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