Beer, A., Ayres, S., Clower, T., Faller, F., Sancino, A. & Sotarauta, M. (2018). Place leadership and regional economic development: a framework for cross-regional analysis. Regional Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2018.1447662.
The Regional Studies Association international network on place-based leadership incorporates the leadership question (the ‘human touch’) more centrally within the debates around the nature of ‘effective’ urban and regional development. The overall aim of the network is to surface new leadership approaches in/for urban and regional development. The network is a community of scholars who are studying place-based leadership in various ways, from several perspectives and using different methods.
The aim of the website is to foster the discussion of place-based leadership, in all its variants, and open it to all people who are interested in this topic.
Members of the ReGrow-project in the ReGrow workshop at Lund University (April 13)
Heli Kurikka and Josee Rekers
From left to right: Markus Grillitsch, Karl-Johan Lundquist, Magnus Nilsson, Mikhail Martynovich
Members of the GONST-project in the Copenhagen workshop (March 13)
Helsingin kaupungin kaupunkisymposiumin julkaisussa pieni juttu kehityspoluista ja mahdollisuuksien tiloista: Mahdollisuuksien tilat, kehityspolut ja kaupunkien kehittäminen (s. 92-96)
Sotarauta, M. & Suvinen, N. 2018. Institutional Agency and Path Creation: Institutional Path from Industrial to Knowledge City. Isaksen, A., Martin, R. & Trippl, M. (eds.) New Avenues for Regional Innovation Systems – Theoretical Advances, Empirical Cases and Policy Lessons. 85-104. Springer.
To 29.3 klo 14-16, Pinni A 3020
- Sini Kahilaniemi
- Valtteri Laasonen
Ma 14.5 klo 14-16, Pinni A 3020
Grillitsch, M. & Sotarauta, M. 2018. Regional Growth Paths: From Structure to Agency and Back. Papers in Innovation Studies, Paper no. 2018/01. Centre for Innovation, Research and Competence in the Learning Economy, Lund University; Lund.