Working Group Economic Geography

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Latest Output

HASSINK, R. & P. MARQUES (2015): The regional innovation paradox revisited. In: Hilpert, U. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Politics & Technology (forthcoming). 

 

HU, X. & R. HASSINK (2015): Explaining differences in the adaptability of old industrial areas. In: Hilpert, U. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Politics & Technology (forthcoming). 

 

HASSINK, R. (2015): Advancing the Understanding of Regional Economic Adaptability in a Non-Western Context: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Growth and Change (forthcoming). 

 

HU, X. H (2015): From Coal-mining to Coal-chemicals? Unpacking New Path Creation in an Old Industrial Region of Transitional China. Growth and Change, (forthcoming). 

 

PLUM, O. & R. HASSINK (2014): Knowledge Bases, Innovativeness and Competitiveness in Creative Industries: The Case of Hamburg’s Video Game Developers. Regional Studies, Regional Science. Link

 

BERG, S-H. & R. HASSINK (2014): Creative industries from an evolutionary perspective: a critical literature review. Geography Compass 8 (9): 653-664. Link

 

MA, M. & R. HASSINK (2014): Path Dependence and Tourism Area Development: The Case of Guilin, China. Tourism Geographies (forthcoming). Link


HASSINK, R., C. KLAERDING, P. MARQUES (2014): Advancing evolutionary economic geography by engaged pluralism. Regional Studies, 48 (7): 1295-1307. Link

 

HASSINK, R., O. PLUM, A. RICKMERS (2014): On the Implications of Knowledge Bases for Regional Innovation Policies in Germany. Quaestiones Geographicae, 33 (4): 7-16. Link

 

HASSINK, R. & S-H. BERG (2014): Regional innovation support systems and technopoles. In: D.S. Oh and F.Y. Phillips (eds.) Technopolis: Best Practices for Science and Technology Cities. London: Springer, pp 43-65. Link


BERG, S-H. & R. HASSINK (2013): Creative industries from an evolutionary perspective: A critical literature review. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography (PEEG) 13/06. Link


JAKOB, D., P. MARQUES (2013): Rethinking Public Economic Geographies: The Politics of Relevancy. The Professional Geographer 66 (1): 25-31. Link


MA, M. & R. HASSINK (2013): An evolutionary perspective on tourism area development. Annals of Tourism Research 41: 89–109. Link


PLUM, O. & R. HASSINK (2013): Analysing the Knowledge Base Configuration That Drives Southwest Saxony's Automotive Firms. European Urban and Regional Studies 20 (2): 206-226. Link

 

 

 

 

Dr. Ma Mulan

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PhD, Master of Geography Research Associate


employed between 2009-2013

 

 

 

 






OVERVIEW

 


Output

OUTPUT

 
 
WANG, Z. Y, HU, X. H. & MA, M. L. (2012):
The Theoretical Fundamentals of Evolutionary Economic Geography and its Application on Cluster Research. Human Geography (人文地理), Forthcoming. (in Chinese)

 

MA, M. L. & WANG, Y.M. (2008):

The Transformation Mode of the Tourism Productivization of Intangible Cultural Heritage. Journal of Guilin Institute of Tourism, 19(2), pp.282-287 (in Chinese).

 

MA, M. L & HE. L.H. (2007):

Analysis on the Dispute over Cultural Tourism Resources. Journal of Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences, 26(4), pp.26-30 (in Chinese).

 

WANG, Y.M. & MA, M.L. (2007):

The Research on the Path of Transforming Intangible Cultural Heritage into Tourism Product. Tourism Science, 21(4), pp.31-35 (in Chinese).

 

HE, L. H. & MA, M. L. (2007):

Research on Performance of Government’s Leading Role in the Development Period of China’s Tourism. Economy and Management, 21(4), pp.92-95 (in Chinese).

 

ZHENG, L.& MA, M.L. (2007):

Suobuya Ordovician National Geological Park’s Tourism Resource Development. Journal of Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences, 26(4),pp.64-66 (in Chinese).

 

Focus of Research

 

FOCUS OF RESEARCH

 

  • Evolutionary Economic Geography
  • Tourism Planning and Development
  • Tourism Area Life Cycle

 

PhD Thesis:

Tourism Area Development from an Evolutionary Economic Geography Perspective —The Case of Guilin, China.

 

Funded by the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC).

Qualification & Employment

 

QUALIFICATION & EMPLOYMENT

 

09/2001-06/ 2005 

BSc. in Urban and Rural Planning, Beijing Forestry University, Beijing, P.R. China

Modules included: Urban & Rural Planning, Social &Human Geography, Resource Management.

 

09/2005-06/2008

MSc. degree in Human Geography, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China

Minor fields of study: Tourism develpoment and management

MSc. thesis: The Transformation Mode of the Tourism Productivization of Intangible Cultural Heritage

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

 

07/2008 

Graduate Summer School on Geography Frontier, Peking University, Beijing,China

 

09/2009 -09/2013    

Scholarship for PhD-students sponsored by the China Scholarship Council (CSC)

 

Additional Qualifications

 

11/2005-02/2006 

The Development & Distribution Planning of Advantageous Industries in Xixiangtang district, China

 

11/2006-02/2007

Tourism planning on the tourist areas of Tenglong Cave-Enshi Grand Canyon, China

 

05/2007-07/2007

Developmental Tendency of Industries and its Distribution Planning in Guiyang, China

 

09/2006-06/2008 

The Function of Urban Tourism and Regional Interaction Response, China

 

10/2008-06/2009  

The World Expo Shanghai 2010’s Economic Influence on Xuhui district, China

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Associations

 

International Journals for Economic and Social Geography

 

Annals of Regional Science

Annals of the Association of American Geographers

Antipode 

Economic Geography

Entrepreneurship & Regional Development

Environment and Planning A

Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy

Environment and Planning D: Society and Space

European Planning Studies 

European Urban and Regional Studies  

Progress in Human Geography

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Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie

Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers

Urban Studies

Journal of Economic Geography

 

 

 

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Our research focus:

 

The dynamics of local and regional economic activities in a global production context through the eyes of entrepreneurs, companies and institutions

 

 

Our theoretical perspectives:

 

A relational perspective, because economic actors do not act in isolation. They are embedded in a social context and mutually affect each other.

 

An evolutionary perspective, because economic actors do not act without a history. Their behaviour and decisions are preconditioned by the past.

 

A global production

context perspective, because the behaviour and decisions of economic actors are increasingly affected by global competition and collaboration, which lead to local-global tensions.

 

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