Markus Grillitsch
Markus Grillitsch
Department of Human Geography & CIRCLE, Lund University
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Exogenous sources of regional industrial change: Attraction and absorption of non-local knowledge for new path development
M Trippl, M Grillitsch, A Isaksen
Progress in human geography 42 (5), 687-705, 2018
244*2018
Innovation in peripheral regions: Do collaborations compensate for a lack of local knowledge spillovers?
M Grillitsch, M Nilsson
The Annals of Regional Science 54 (1), 299-321, 2015
2182015
Regional innovation systems: Past–present–future
BT Asheim, M Grillitsch, M Trippl
Handbook on the Geographies of Innovation, 2016
1782016
Trinity of change agency, regional development paths and opportunity spaces
M Grillitsch, M Sotarauta
Progress in human geography 44 (4), 704-723, 2020
176*2020
Unrelated knowledge combinations: the unexplored potential for regional industrial path development
M Grillitsch, B Asheim, M Trippl
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 11 (2), 257-274, 2018
1502018
Combining knowledge from different sources, channels and geographical scales
M Grillitsch, M Trippl
European Planning Studies 22 (11), 2305-2325, 2014
1162014
Innovation policy for system-wide transformation: The case of strategic innovation programmes (SIPs) in Sweden
M Grillitsch, T Hansen, L Coenen, J Miörner, J Moodysson
Research Policy 48 (4), 1048-1061, 2019
112*2019
Perspectives on cluster evolution: critical review and future research issues
M Trippl, M Grillitsch, A Isaksen, T Sinozic
European planning studies 23 (10), 2028-2044, 2015
1122015
Place-based innovation policy for industrial diversification in regions
M Grillitsch, B Asheim
European Planning Studies 26 (8), 1638-1662, 2018
992018
Smart specialization as an innovation-driven strategy for economic diversification: Examples from Scandinavian regions
B Asheim, M Grillitsch, M Trippl
Advances in the theory and practice of smart specialization, 73-97, 2017
762017
Knowledge sourcing and innovation in Austrian ICT companies—how does geography matter?
F Toedtling, M Grillitsch, C Hoeglinger
Industry and Innovation 19 (4), 327-348, 2012
712012
Does combinatorial knowledge lead to a better innovation performance of firms?
F Tödtling, M Grillitsch
European Planning Studies 23 (9), 1741-1758, 2015
692015
Institutions, smart specialisation dynamics and policy
M Grillitsch
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (1), 22-37, 2016
682016
Knowledge base combinations and innovation performance in Swedish regions
M Grillitsch, R Martin, M Srholec
Economic geography 93 (5), 458-479, 2017
602017
Institutional layers, connectedness and change: Implications for economic evolution in regions
M Grillitsch
European Planning Studies 23 (10), 2099-2124, 2015
59*2015
Variety in knowledge sourcing, geography and innovation: Evidence from the ICT sector in A ustria
M Grillitsch, F Tödtling, C Höglinger
Papers in Regional Science 94 (1), 25-43, 2015
572015
Introduction: Combinatorial knowledge bases, regional innovation, and development dynamics
B Asheim, M Grillitsch, M Trippl
Economic Geography 93 (5), 429-435, 2017
562017
Knowledge base combinations and firm growth
M Grillitsch, T Schubert, M Srholec
Research policy 48 (1), 234-247, 2019
552019
Firm performance in the periphery: on the relation between firm-internal knowledge and local knowledge spillovers
M Grillitsch, M Nilsson
Regional Studies 51 (8), 1219-1231, 2017
552017
Innovation and knowledge sourcing of modern sectors in old industrial regions: comparing software firms in Moravia-Silesia and Upper Austria
F Tödtling, K Skokan, C Höglinger, P Rumpel, M Grillitsch
European Urban and Regional Studies 20 (2), 188-205, 2013
552013
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