Working Group Economic Geography

Publications

2017

HASSINK, R. & H. GONG (2017)​ Sketching the Contours of an Integrative Paradigm of Economic Geography. Lund: CIRCLE, Papers in Innovation Studies, Paper no. 2017/12. Link

FALLER, F. & C.  SCHULZ (2017) Sustainable practices of the energy transition – Evidence from the biogas and building industries in Luxembourg. Applied Geography (forthcoming). Link

HU, X. & R. HASSINK (2017) Exploring adaptation and adaptability in uneven economic resilience: a tale of two Chinese mining regions. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society Link 

GONG, H., R. HASSINK, G. MAUS (2017) What does Pokémon Go teach us about geography? Geographica Helvetica 72, 227-230. Link

GONG, H. & R. HASSINK (2017):
Exploring the clustering of creative industries. European Planning Studies. Link

FORNAHL, D. & R. HASSINK (eds.) (2017):
The Life Cycle of Clusters: A Policy Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Link

HASSINK, R. & D. FORNAHL (2017):
Introduction: Towards a more open and dynamic approach on cluster policy. In: D. Fornahl and R. Hassink (eds.), The Life Cycle of Clusters: A Policy Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Link

HASSINK, R. & H. GONG (2017):
New economic geography. In: Orum, A.M., M. Garcia, D. Judd, B. Roberts, P.C. Piew (eds.), Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Studies. London: Wiley-Blackwell (forthcoming).

GONG, H. & R. HASSINK (2017):
Regional Resilience: the Critique Revisited. In: Williams, N. and T. Vorley (eds.), Creating Resilient Economies: Entrepreneurship, Growth and Development in Uncertain Times. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 206-216. Link

HASSINK, R. (2017):
Advancing the Understanding of Regional Economic Adaptability in a Non-Western Context: An Introduction to the Special Issue. Growth and Change. Link

 

2016

HASSINK, R. & GONG, H. & F. FALLER (2016):
Can we learn anything from economic geography proper? Yes, we can! Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography #16.22, Utrecht University. Link

HU, X. & R. HASSINK (2016):
Place Leadership with Chinese Characteristics? A Case Study of the Zaozhuang Coal-Mining Region in Transition. Regional Studies. Link

FALLER, F. (2016):
Räumliche Praktiken der Energiewende am Beispiel der Biogaserzeugung in Rheinland-Pfalz. Raumforschung und Raumordnung 74(3), 199-211. Link

CALIGNANO, G. & R. HASSINK (2016):
Increasing innovativeness of SMEs in peripheral areas through international networks? The case of Southern Italy Link

FALLER, F. (2016):
A practice approach to study the spatial dimensions of the energy transition. Environ. Innovation Soc. Transitions 19, 85-95. Link

GONG, H. (2016):
Places and Spaces in the weightless economy. Papers on Innovation and Space, Marburg University  University. Link

FALLER, F. (2016):
Energetisches Regionalisieren. Transformationspraktiken der Energiewende am Beispiel der Biogaserzeugung, Études luxembourgeoise/Luxemburg-Studien 10, Peter Lang, Frankfurt/Main.

GONG, H. & R. HASSINK (2016):
What drives the geographies of creative industries? From literature review to research agenda. Link

HASSINK, R. & S. HENN (2016):
Innovation Diffusion Networks. In: Wherry, F.F., J.B. Schor, and M.J.B. Schor (eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Economics and Society, SAGE Publications. Link

FALLER, F. (2016):
Biogas – Power – Space. On the Construction of Energy Regions in Border Areas. In: Wille, C., Reckinger, R., Kmec, S. & M. Hesse (eds.): Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Policies - Media - Subjects. Bielefeld: transcript. Link

 

2015

HU, X. & R. HASSINK (2015):
Overcoming the Dualism between Adaptation and Adaptability in Regional Economic Resilience. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography # 15.33, Utrecht Universit
y. Link

HU, X. (2015):
Exploring Differentiated Economic Adaptation and Adaptability of Old Industrial Areas in Transitional China. Dissertation. Link

HU, X. & R. HASSINK (2015):
New Perspectives on the Restructuring of Old Industrial Areas in China: A Critical Review and Research Agenda. Chinese Geographical Science 25. Link

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

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

HASSINK, R. & M. MA (2015):
Tourism Area Research and Economic Geography Theories: Investigating the Notions of Co-evolution and Regional Innovation Systems. In: Brouder, P. S. Anton-Clave, A. Gill, and D. Ioannides (eds.), Destination Dynamics: Tourism and Evolutionary Economic Geography, Farnham, UK: Ashgate.

FORNAHL, D., R. HASSINK, M-P. MENZEL (2015):
Broadening our Understanding of Cluster Evolution. Guest Editorial. European Planning Studies. Link

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.

 

2014

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

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 16 (4): 580-597. 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

 

2013

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

 

2012

HASSINK, R. & X. HU (2012): 
From Specialisation to Diversification in Science and Technology Parks. World Technopolis Review 1 (1): 6-15. Link

HASSINK, R. & C. KLAERDING (2012): 
The End of the Learning Region As We Knew It; Towards Learning in Space. Regional Studies. Link

HASSINK, R. & C. KLAERDING (2012): 
Theoretical advancement in economic geography by engaged pluralism. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography (2), 2012. Link

DOHSE, D., R. HASSINK & C. KLAERDING (2012):
Emerging multinationals, international knowledge flows and the role of geography: a research agenda. Kiel Working Paper No. 1776, Kiel Institute for the World Economy.  Link

BERG, S-H. & R. HASSINK (2012): 

Emerging Green Clusters in South Korea? The Case of the Wind Power Cluster in Jeonbuk Province. STI Policy Review 3 (1): 63-79. Link

FORNAHL, D., R. HASSINK, C. KLAERDING, I. MOSSIG, H. SCHRÖDER (2012):
From the old path of shipbuilding onto the new path of offshore wind energy? The case of northern Germany. European Planning Studies. Link

 

2011

HASSINK, R. & C. KLAERDING (2011):
Evolutionary approaches to local and regional development policy. In: Pike, A., A. Rodríguez-Pose, J. Tomaney (eds.), Handbook of Local and Regional Development. London: Routledge, 139-148. Link

PLUM, O. & R. HASSINK (2011):
Comparing Knowledge Networking in Different Knowledge Bases in Germany. Papers in Regional Science, 90. Link

PLUM, O. & R. HASSINK (2011): 
Wissensbasen als Typisierung für eine maßgeschneiderte regionale Innovationspolitik von morgen? In: Ibert, O. & Kujath, H.J. (eds.) Räume der Wissensarbeit - Zur Funktion von Nähe und Distanz in der Wissensökonomie. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 171-188. Link

PLUM, O. & R. HASSINK (2011): 
On the Nature and Geography of Innovation and Interactive Learning: A Case Study of the Biotechnology Industry in the Aachen Technology Region, Germany. European Planning Studies. Link

SHIN, D-H. & R. HASSINK (2011): 
Cluster life cycles: the case of the shipbuilding industry cluster in South Korea. Regional Studies 45: 1387-1402. Link

 

2010

HASSINK, R. & M. HÜLZ (2010): 
Debating the dilemmas of interregional institutional learning processes (editorial). Regional Studies. Link

HASSINK, R. (2010): 
Regional resilience: A promising concept to explain differences in regional economic adaptability? Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. Link

HASSINK, R. (2010):
Supporting Regional Innovation Supporting Systems and Innovative Clusters in South Korea. In: Frietsch, R., M. Schüller (eds.), Competing for Global Innovation Leadership: Innovation Systems and Policies in the USA, Europe and Asia. Link

DORMELS, R. & R. HASSINK (2010): 
Regionalism in South Korea and its mutual relationship with regional economic disparities. In: Tikhonov, V. (ed.), Contemporary South Korean Capitalism: Its workings and challenges. Link

HASSINK, R. (2010):
Locked in decline? On the role of regional lock-ins in old industrial areas. In: Boschma, R., R. Martin (eds.), The Handbook of Evolutionary Economic Geography. Link

 

2009

HASSINK, R. & O. IBERT (2009):
Zum Verhältnis von Innovation und Raum in subnationalen Innovationssystemen. In: B. Blättel-Mink & A.  Ebner: Innovationssysteme (Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften). Link

KLAERDING, C. , V. HACHMANN & R. HASSINK (2009): 
Die Steuerung von Innovationspotenzialen - die Region als Handlungsebene. Informationen zur Raumentwicklung 5. Link

HASSINK, R.  & C. KLAERDING (2009):
Relational and evolutionary economic geography: competing or complementaryparadigms? Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography. Link

KLAERDING, C. (2009): 
Understanding Remigration and Innovation – An Appeal for a Cultural Economic Geography. Geography Compass. Link

CHO, M. & R. HASSINK (2009): 
Limits to Locking-out through Restructuring: The Textile Industry in Daegu, South Korea. Regional Studies, 43 (9): 1183-1198. Link

CHO, M. & R. HASSINK (2009): 
Limits to Locking-out through Restructuring: The Textile Industry in Daegu, South Korea. Regional Studies. Link

 

2008

HASSINK, R. & D.H. SHIN (2008):
From Daedeok to Teheran-ro: The Genesis and Development of New Industrial Spaces in South Korea. In: C. Ramachandraiah, A.C.M. van Westen, S. Prasad (eds.), High-Tech Urban Spaces - Asian and European Perspectives. Link

 

2007

HASSINK, R. (2007):
It´s the language, stupid! On emotions, strategies and consequences related to the use of one language to discribe and explain a diverse world. Environment and Planning A 39: 1282-1287. Link

HASSINK, R. (2007):
The learning region: a constructive critique. In: Rutten, R., F.W.M. Boekema (eds.), The Learning Region: Foundations, State of the Art, Future. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 252-271. Link

WANG, Y. & M. MA (2007): 
The Research on the Path of Transforming Intangible Cultural Heritage into Tourism Product (in chinese). Tourism Science 21(4): 31-35. Link

HASSINK, R. (2007): 
The strength of weak lock-ins: the renewal of the Westmünsterland textile industry. Environment and Planning A 39:1147-1165. Link

 

2006

HASSINK, R. (2006): 
Der Erfolg des südkoreanischen Schiffbaus und seine Gründe. Geographische Rundschau 58(9): 62-67. Link

 

2005

EICH-BORN, M. & R. HASSINK (2005): 
On the battle between shipbuilding regions in Germany and South Korea. Environment and Planning A 37(4):535-656. Link

HASSINK, R. & D.H. SHIN (2005):
The restructuring of old industrial areas in Europe and Asia. Environment and Planning A 37:571-580. Link

HASSINK, R. (2005): 
How to Unlock Regional Economies from Path Dependency? From Learning Region to Learning Cluster. European Planning Studies 13(4): 521-535. Link

 

2004

HASSINK, R. (2004): 
Regional Innovation Support Systems in South Korea and Germany Compared. Erdkunde 58: 156-171. Link

HASSINK, R. (2004):
Regional Innovation Support Systems in South Korea: The Case of Gyeonggi. In: Cooke, P., M. heidenreich, H-J. Braczyk (eds.), Regional Innovation Systems: The Role of Governance in Globalized World (2nd edition). London, New York: Routledge, 327-343. Link

 

2003

GRABHER, G. & R. HASSINK (2003):
Fuzzy Concepts, Scanty Evidence, Policy Distance? Debating Ann Markusen´s Assessment of Critical Regional Studies. Regional Studies 37 (6/7): 699-700. Link

 

2002

HASSINK, R. (2002):
Regional Innovation Support Systems: Recent Trends in Germany and East Asia. European Planning Studies 10: 153-164. Link

HASSINK, R. (2002):
Die Regionalentwicklung Südkoreas im Spannungsfeld zwischen nationaler Wirtschaftsentwicklung, Regionalismus und Regionalpolitik. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie 46 (3/4): 213-227. Link

 

2001

HASSINK, R. & A. LAGENDIJK (2001):
The Dilemmas of Interregional Institutional Learning. Environment and Planning C 19(1): 65-84. Link

HASSINK, R. (2001): 
Towards Regionally Embedded  Innovation Support Systems in South Korea? Case-Studies from Kyongbuk-Taegu and Kyonggi. Urban Studies 38(8): 1373-1395. Link

HASSINK, R. (2001):
The Learning Region: A Fuzzy Concept or a Sound Theoretical Basis for Modern Regional Innovation Policy? Link

 

2000

HASSINK, R.(2000): 
Regional innovation support systems in South Korea and Japan Compared. Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie 44 (3/4): 228-245. Link

HASSINK, R. (2000):
Regional Involvement in Defense Industry Restructuring in Belgium and the Netherlands. International Regional Science Review 23(1): 81-90. Link

 

1999

HASSINK, R. (1999): 
South Korea´s Economic Miracle and Crisis: Explanations and regional Consequences. European Planning Studies 7(2): 127-143. Link

HENDRY, C., J. BROWN, R. DEFILLIPPIl & R. HASSINK (1999): 
Industrial Clusters as Commercial, Knowledge and Institutional Networks: Opto-electronics in Six Regions in the UK, USA and Germany. In: Grandori, A. (Ed.), Interfirm Networks: Negotiated Order and Industrial Competitiveness. London, New York: Routledge, 151-184. Link

 

1998

HASSINK R. & M. WOOD (1998):
Geographic `Clustering`in the German Opto-Electronics Industry: Its Impact on R&D Collaboration and Innovation. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 10(4): 277-296. Link

 

1997

HASSINK, R. (1997):
Technology Transfer Infrastructures: Some Lessons from Experiences in Europe, the US and Japan. European Planning Studies 5(3): 351-370. Link

HASSINK, R. (1997): 
Localized Industrial Learning and Innovation Policies. Guest Editorial. European Planning Studies 5(3): 279-282. Link

HASSINK, R. (1997):
Die Bedeutung der Lernenden Region für die regionale Innovationsförderung. Geographische Zeitschrift 85, 2+3, 159-173. Link

HASSINK, R. (1997):
What distinguishes 'good' from 'bad' industrial agglomerations? Erdkunde 51, 1, 2-11. Link

 

 

1996

HASSINK, R. (1996):
Regional Technology Policies in the Old and New Länder of Germany: Case-Studies from Baden-Württemberg and Thuringia. European Urban & Regional Studies 3(4): 287-303. Link

HASSINK, R. (1996):
Technology Transfer Agencies and Regional Economic Development. European Planning Studies 4(2): 167-184. Link

 

1995

DANKBAAR, B., R. HASSINK & F. CORVERS (1995):
Technology Networking in Border Regions: Case Study of the Euregion Maas-Rhine. European Planning Studies, 3(1), 63-83. Link

 

1993

HASSINK, R. (1993): 
Regional Innovation Policies Compared. Urban Studies 30(6): 1009-1024. Link