Working Group Economic Geography

Publications

Publications

  • HASSINK, R., X. HU, D-H. SHIN, S. YAMAMURA, H. GONG (2017) The restructuring of old industrial areas in East Asia. Area Development and Policy (forthcoming).
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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. & 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
  • GONG, H. (2016): Places and Spaces in the weightless economy. Working Papers on Innovation and Space, Marburg University. Link
  • GONG, H. & R. HASSINK (2016): What drives the geographies of creative industries? From literature review to research agenda. Link
  • Gong,H., Q, Ji., & P.Jin (2015). Changes of the spatial-temporal patterns of the FDI in Eastern and Central parts of China. Journal of Zhejiang University (Natural Science edition), 42(5): 595-604

 

Presentations

  • 2017. 04: Buzz or quietness, what matters for creativity? Evidence from the video games industry in Shanghai. In: Annual conference of American Association of Geographers (AAG), Boston, USA
  • 2017. 03: Buzz or quietness, what matters for creativity? Evidence from the video games industry in Shanghai. In: Norddeutsches WiGeo Doktorandenkolloquium,  Kiel Germany 
  • 2016.08: The co-evolution of a creative industry and its supporting institutional environments-- the cases of video game industries in Shanghai and Hamburg. In: Young Economic Geographers Network Workshop, Bern, Switzerland
  • 2016.06: The co-evolution of routine diffusions and institutional changes in creative clusters-- the cases of video game clusters in Shanghai and Hamburg. In: Human Geography PhD colloquium, Kiel
  • 2016.05: Where is the geography in the weightless economy? A reflection on the new media industry. In: Jena Lecture Series in Economic Geography 2016, Germany
  • 2016.02: What drives the geography of creative industries? From literature review to research agenda. In: Norddeutsches WiGeo Doktorandenkolloquium,  Bremen, Germany
  • 2015.11: What drives the clustering of creative industries? The cases of the video game industry in Shanghai and Hamburg. In: Swedish National PhD Course: Research Frontiers in Contemporary Economic Geography, Sweden
  • An Empirical Study of Market Segmentation and its Determinants since China's Entering WTO. Annual Academic Conference of Chinese Human Geography, Oct. 2014.