Knowledge Economy and Geography of Innovation

Frank van Oort & Jan Lambooy (2020), “Cities, knowledge and innovation”. Chapter in: Manfred Fischer & Peter Nijkamp (eds.), Handbook of Regional Science, Second Edition. Berlin: Springer (second edition) (forthcoming). [open access]

Nicola Cortinovis & Frank van Oort (2020), “Economic networks, innovation and proximity”. Chapter in: Andre Torre & David Gallaud (eds.), Handbook of Proximity Relations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Nicola Cortinovis & Frank van Oort (2015), “Variety, economic growth and knowledge intensity of European regions: a spatial panel analysis”. The Annals of Regional Science 55: 7-32 [open access].

Giovanni Guastella & Frank van Oort (2015), “Regional heterogeneity and interregional research spillovers in European innovation: modelling and policy implications”. Regional Studies 49: 1772-1787  [link]. Working paper version: Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography #15.06. [download]

Tom Broekel, Pierre-Alexandre Balland, Martijn Burger & Frank van Oort (2014), “Modeling knowledge networks in economic geography: a discussion of four methods”. The Annals of Regional Science 53: 423-452. [link]. Working paper version: Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography #13.25. [download]

Frank van Oort & Jan Lambooy (2014), “Cities, knowledge and innovation”. In: Manfred Fischer & Peter Nijkamp (eds.), Handbook of Regional Science. Berlin, Springer: 475-488. [link]

Otto Raspe & Frank van Oort (2014), “Entrepreneurial opportunity in innovative urban environments”. In: Charlie Karlsson, Borje Hohansson, Kiyoshi Kobayashi & Roger Stough (eds.), Knowledge, innovation and space. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 29-50.

Frank van Oort & Niels Bosma (2013), “Agglomeration economies, inventors and entrepreneurs as engines of European regional productivity“. The Annals of Regional Science 51: 213-244. [link]. Working paper version: Tjalling C. Koopmans Research Institute Discussion Paper Series 12-20. [download]

Frank van Oort & Otto Raspe (2011), “Firm productivity in innovative urban milieus“. In: Knut Ingar Westeren (ed.), Foundations of the knowledge economy. Innovation, learning and clusters. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 101-116.

Otto Raspe & Frank van Oort (2011), “Growth of new firms and spatially bounded knowledge externalities”. The Annals of Regional Science 46: 495-518. [link]

Sandra Vinciguerra, Koen Frenken, Jarno Hoekman & Frank van Oort (2011), “European infrastructure networks and regional innovation in science-based technologies”. Economics of Innovation and New Technology 20: 517-537. [link]

Koen Frenken, Roderik Ponds & Frank van Oort (2010), “The citation impact of research collaboration in science-based industries: a spatial-institutional analysis”. Papers in Regional Science 89: 351-371. [link]

Roderik Ponds, Frank van Oort & Koen Frenken (2010), “Innovation, spillovers, and university-industry collaboration: an extended knowledge production function approach”. Journal of Economic Geography 10: 231-255. [link]. Working paper version: Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography (PEEG) #09-03. [download] Included and accessible in Journal of Economic Geography Virtual Issue (2014):  Innovation and Economic Geography. [link]

Frank van Oort, Johan Oud & Otto Raspe (2009), “The urban knowledge economy and employment growth: A spatial structural equation modelling approach”. The Annals of Regional Science 43: 859-877. [link]

Jarno Hoekman, Koen Frenken & Frank van Oort (2009), “The geography of collaborative knowledge production in Europe”. The Annals of Regional Science 43, 721-738. [link]

Koen Frenken, Jarno Hoekman, Susanne Kok, Roderik Ponds, Frank van Oort & Joep van Vliet (2009), “Death of distance in science? A gravity approach to research collaboration”. In: A. Pyka & A. Scharnhorst (eds.), Innovation networks – New approaches in modelling and analysing. Berlin: Springer, 43-57.

Roderik Ponds, Frank van Oort & Koen Frenken (2009), “Internationalization and regional embedding of scientific research in the Netherlands”. In:  A. Varga  (ed.), Universities, knowledge transfer and regional development. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 109-137.

Otto Raspe & Frank van Oort (2008), “Firm growth and localized knowledge  externalities”. Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 38: 100-116. [download]

Roderik Ponds & Frank van Oort (2008), “Spatial patterns of innovation in science-based technologies in the Netherlands”. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 99: 238-247. [link]

Pieter de Bruijn & Frank van Oort (2007), “Connectivity and co-location in innovation processes of Dutch firms”. In: Philip Cooke & Daphne Schwartz (eds.), Creative regions: technology, culture and knowledge entrepreneurship. London, Routledge: 62-80.

Koen Frenken, Jarno Hoekman & Frank van Oort (2007), Towards a European Research Area. Rotterdam: Nai Uitgevers & Ruimtelijk Planbureau. [download]

Frank van Oort & Otto Raspe (2007), “Urban heterogeneity in knowledge-related economic growth”. In: Jordi Surinach, Rosina Moreno & Esther Vaya (eds.), Knowledge externalities, innovation clusters and regional development. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar: 280-303.

Roderik Ponds, Frank van Oort & Koen Frenken (2007), “The geographical and institutional proximity of research collaboration”. Papers in Regional Science 86: 423-444. [link]

Otto Raspe & Frank van Oort (2006), “The knowledge economy and urban economic growth”. European Planning Studies 14: 1209-1234. [link]

Koen Frenken & Frank van Oort (2004), “The geography of research collaboration: Theoretical considerations and stylised facts in biotechnology in Europe and the United States”. In: P. Cooke & A. Piccaluga (eds.), Regional economies as knowledge laboratories. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 38-57.

Frank van Oort, Anet Weterings & Heleen Verlinde (2003), “Residential amenities of knowledge workers and the location of ICT-firms in the Netherlands”. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 94: 516-523. [link]

Frank van Oort & Oedzge Atzema (2002), “Agglomeration economies and the location of new ICT-firms in the Netherlands”. Trends in Communication 10: 35-64.