Scandinavian Working Papers in Economics

Papers in Innovation Studies,
Lund University, CIRCLE - Center for Innovation, Research and Competences in the Learning Economy

2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

No 2015/50: The Roles of Emerging Multinational Companies’ Technology-driven FDIs in their Learning Processes for Innovation: A dynamic and contextual perspective
Ju Liu and Rasmus Lema

No 2015/49: Something New: Where do new industries come from?
Maryann P. Feldman and Sam Tavassoli

No 2015/48: Policies to attract R&D-related FDI in Chile: Aligning incentives with local linkages and absorptive capacities
José Guimón, Cristina Chaminade and Claudio Maggi

No 2015/47: External “energy” for regional industrial change: attraction and absorption of non-local knowledge for new path development
Michaela Trippl, Markus Grillitsch and Arne Isaksen

No 2015/46: Understanding Cluster Evolution
Michaela Trippl, Markus Grillitsch, Arne Isaksen and Tanja Sinozic

No 2015/45: A Case Study on Multinational Companies’ Global Innovation Networks and Global Production Networks: Toward a Theoretical Conceptualisation
Ju Liu

No 2015/44: The Role of Clusters and Public Policy in New Regional Economic Path Development
Bjørn T. Asheim, Arne Isaksen, Roman Martin and Michaela Trippl

No 2015/43: What is the causal effect of R&D on patenting activity in a professor’s privilege country? Evidence from Sweden
Olof Ejermo and John Källström

No 2015/42: Explaining differences in electric vehicle policies across countries: innovation vs. environmental policy rationale
Joeri H. Wesseling

No 2015/41: Managing Portfolio Risk in Strategic Technology Management: Evidence from a Panel Data Set of the World’s Largest R&D Performers
Peter Neuhäusler, Torben Schubert, Rainer Frietsch and Knut Blind

No 2015/40: Firm Performance in the Periphery: On the Relation between Firm-Internal Knowledge and Local Knowledge Spillovers
Markus Grillitsch and Magnus Nilsson

No 2015/39: Policy Learning and Smart Specialization Balancing Policy Change and Policy Stability for New Regional Industrial Path Development
Jerker Moodysson, Michaela Trippl and Elena Zukauskaite

No 2015/38: Innovation Bureaucracy: Does the organization of government matter when promoting innovation?
Erkki Karo and Rainer Kattel

No 2015/37: The Formation of Local Culture and its Implications for Entrepreneurship
Sabrina Fredin and Marina Jogmark

No 2015/36: Regional Innovation Systems: Past - Presence - Future
Björn Asheim, Markus Grillitsch and Michaela Trippl

No 2015/35: Neighbor regions as the source of new industries
Ron Boschma, Víctor Martín and Asier Minondo

No 2015/34: Unpacking investment decisions in biorefineries
Teis Hansen and Lars Coenen

No 2015/33: Global Dynamics, Capabilities and the Crisis
Jan Fagerberg and Martin Srholec

No 2015/32: The Roles of Governance in Co-Evolutionary and Transformative Change - The Case of Active Ageing
Markus M. Bugge, Lars Coenen and Are Branstad

No 2015/31: The Geography and Structure of Global Innovation Networks: Global Scope and Regional Embeddedness
Cristina Chaminade, Claudia De Fuentes, Gouya Harirchi and Monica Plechero

No 2015/30: The role of geographical proximity in the international knowledge flows of European firms: an overview of different knowledge transfer mechanisms
Cristina Chaminade and Monica Plechero

No 2015/29: The role of regional sectoral specialization on the geography of innovation networks: a comparison between firms located in regions in developed and emerging economies
Monica Plechero and Cristina Chaminade

No 2015/28: Innovation-related Public Procurement as a Demand-oriented Innovation Policy Instrument
Charles Edquist

No 2015/27: The Innovation Union Scoreboard is flawed: The Case of Sweden – not the innovation leader of the EU – updated version
Charles Edquist and Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia

No 2015/26: How does multi-scalar institutional change affect localized learning processes? A case study of the med-tech sector in Southern Sweden
Josephine V. Rekers and Markus Grillitsch

No 2015/25: How do firms acquire knowledge in different sectoral and regional contexts?
Franz Tödtling and Michaela Trippl

No 2015/24: Cluster Evolution, Regional Innovation Systems and Knowledge Bases. The Development and Transformation of the ICT Cluster in Southern Sweden
Roman Martin and Michaela Trippl

No 2015/23: Infringement of Intellectual Property in Innovation Partnerships
Torben Schubert

No 2015/22: The Impact of Captive Innovation Offshoring on the Effectiveness of Organizational Adaptation
Elisabeth Baier, Christian Rammer and Torben Schubert

No 2015/21: Cluster Policy: Renewal through the integration of institutional variety
Markus Grillitsch and Björn Asheim

No 2015/20: When and how does commuting to cities influence rural employment growth?
Niclas Lavesson

No 2015/19: Persistence of Various Types of Innovation Analyzed and Explained
Sam Tavassoli and Charlie Karlsson

No 2015/18: Do spinoff dynamics or agglomeration externalities drive industry clustering? A reappraisal of Steven Klepper’s work
Ron Boschma

No 2015/17: Export-led innovation: the role of export destinations
Claudio Fassio

No 2015/16: The Innovation Union Scoreboard is Flawed: The case of Sweden – not being the innovation leader of the EU
Charles Edquist and Jon Mikel Zabala-Iturriagagoitia

No 2015/15: Institutions and Diversification: Related versus Unrelated Diversification in a Varieties of Capitalism framework
Ron Boschma and Gianluca Capone

No 2015/14: Firms’ Innovation Strategies Analyzed and Explained
Sam Tavassoli and Charlie Karlsson

No 2015/13: Innovation Policy for Grand Challenges. An Economic Geography Perspective
Lars Coenen, Teis Hansen and Josephine V. Rekers

No 2015/12: Institutions, Smart Specialisation Dynamics and Policy
Markus Grillitsch

No 2015/11: Smart specialisation: Sources for new path development in a peripheral manufacturing region
Bjørn Asheim and Markus Grillitsch

No 2015/10: Combining knowledge bases in transnational innovation - microfoundations and the geography of organization
Simone Strambach

No 2015/9: How Do the Foreign-born Perform in Inventive Activity? Evidence from Sweden
Yannu Zheng and Olof Ejermo

No 2015/8: Imitate, or innovate and collaborate? On innovation strategy choices in the urban economy
Sverre J. Herstad

No 2015/7: Proximity, knowledge base and the innovation process The case of Unilever’s Becel diet margarine
Mila Davids and Koen Frenken

No 2015/6: Knowledge base combinations and innovation performance in Swedish regions
Markus Grillitsch, Roman Martin and Martin Srholec

No 2015/5: The Challenge of Combinatorial Knowledge Dynamics to Study of Institutions, Towards an Actor-centric Bottom-up View of Institutions
Markku Sotarauta

No 2015/4: How do related variety and differentiated knowledge bases influence the resilience of local production systems?
Silvia Rita Sedita, Ivan de Noni and Luciano Pilotti

No 2015/3: Innovation and corporate employment growth revisited
Sverre J. Herstad and Tore Sandven

No 2015/2: Capabilities, Competitiveness, Nations
Jan Fagerberg and Martin Srholec

No 2015/1: Identification of regions with less developed research and innovation systems
Michaela Trippl, Björn Asheim and Johan Miorner

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