Section of Economic Geography

4th European Meeting on Applied Evolutionary Economics (EMAEE) 
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Host: Section of Economic Geography, Urban and Regional research centre Utrecht (URU), Utrecht University

Theme: Geography, Networks and Innovation

Organizing committee: Ron BoschmaKoen Frenken (chair), Erik Stam, Siebren van Terwisga, Jesse WeltevredenAnet Weterings

Programme: Download the full programme (pdf)

List of participants: Download the full list of participants and attendants including email addresses (pdf)

Photos: View some photographs made by Alessandro Nuvolari (link) and by Roderik Ponds (link)

2005 EMAEE Prize: awarded to Olav Sorenson, Jan Rivkin and Lee Fleming for their paper “Complexity, Networks and Knowledge Flow“ (sponsored by the International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society)

Proceedings:
Koen Frenken (ed.) Applied Evolutionary Economics and Geography (Edward Elgar);
Koen Frenken & Gerald Silverberg (eds.) Special issue on “Empirical applications of complexity theory in economics and geography” in: Advances in Complex Systems;
Giorgio Fagiolo & Paul Windrum (eds.) Special issue on “Methodological aspects of simulation” in: to be decided;
 


 
Alphabetical list of papers presented:
 
2005-001 Ahrweiler, Gilbert, Pyka  (pdf) Institutions Matter but … Organisational Alignment in Knowledge-based Industries - the Case of German and British Bio-pharmaceuticals
2005-002 Akkermans, Castaldi, Los  (pdf) Do ‘Liberal Market Economies’ Really Innovate More Radically than ‘Coordinated Market Economies’? Hall & Soskice Reconsidered
2005-003 Balzat, Pyka  (pdf) A Categorisation of National Innovation Systems in the OECD Area
2005-004 Belis-Bergouignan, Oltra, Saint-Jean  (pdf) Critical Interfaces in Systems of Environmental Innovations: Example of the French Automotive System
2005-005 Bertolini (pdf) Planning Transport in Cities: An Evolutionary Approach
2005-006 Bianchi, Cirillo, Gallegati, Vagliasindi (pdf) Validation and Calibration in ACE Models: Experiments with the CATS Model
2005-007 Birke, Swann  (pdf) Network Effects, Network Structure and Consumer Interaction in Mobile Telecommunications
2005-008 Bonaccorsi, Piscitello, Rossi  (pdf) Explaining the Territorial Adoption of New Technologies: A Spatial Econometric Approach
2005-009 Boschma, Weltevreden  The Evolution of E-commerce Strategies in Dutch Retailing: Does Geography Matter?
2005-010 Boschma, Wenting  (pdf) The Spatial Evolution of the British Automobile Industry
2005-011 Bottazzi, Dosi, Fagiolo, Secchi  (pdf) Sectoral and Geographical Specificities in the Spatial Structure of Economic Activities
2005-012 Breschi  Social Networks and Geography of Knowledge Flows
2005-013 Breschi, Lissoni, Montobbio (pdf) Open Science and University Patenting: A Bibliometric Analysis of the Italian Case
2005-014 Buenstorf (pdf) Industry Evolution in a Giant’s Shadow: Lasers in Germany
2005-015 Buenstorf, Klepper  (pdf) Heritage and Agglomeration: The Akron Tire Cluster Revisited
2005-016 Cantner, Dressler, Krüger  (pdf) Knowledge and Creative Destruction over the Industry Life Cycle: The Case of the German Automobile Industry
2005-017 Cantner, Graf  (pdf) The Network of Innovators in Jena: An Application of Social Network Analysis
2005-018 Carayol Innovation, Path dependency and Network formation
2005-019 Castaldi, Fontana, Nuvolari  (pdf) “Chariots of Fire”: The Evolution of Tank Technology 1915-1945
2005-020 Cefis Persistent Asymmetries in Firms’ Performance
2005-021 Cefis, Marsili (pdf) A Matter of Life and Death: Innovation and Firm survival
2005-022 Coccia (pdf) An Evolutionary Perspective to Measure the Impact of Technology Transfer within Geoeconomic Space
2005-023 Cooke (pdf) Learning Regions: a Critique
2005-024 Corrocher, Zirulia  (pdf) Innovation and Schumpeterian Competition in the Mobile Communications Service Industry
2005-025 Crespi, Pianta (pdf) Innovation and Demand in European industries
2005-026 Dachs, Ebersberger (pdf) Sourcing Knowledge? Knowledge Flows between Multinational Enterprises and National Innovation Systems
2005-027 Dahl, Reichstein (pdf) Organizational Routines and the Survival of New Firms
2005-028 Daskalakis, Kauffeld-Monz (pdf) Trust and Knowledge in the Behavioural Dynamics of Innovation Networks
2005-029 Dugundji, Gulyas Socio-dynamic Discrete Choice on Networks in Space: A Background Study for the Adoption of Innovation in Transportation Mode Choice
2005-030 Ebersberger, Laursen, Saarinen, Salter  (pdf) The Origins of Radicalness and Complexity in Product Innovation: An Analysis of the Finnish Innovation Database
2005-031 Ebersberger, Loof (pdf) Innovation Behaviour and Productivity Performance in the Nordic Region Does Foreign Ownership Matter?
2005-032 Essletzbichler (pdf) Diversity, Growth and Stability: Employment Evolutions in US Labor Market Regions
2005-033 Fleming, King, Juda (pdf) Small Worlds and Innovation
2005-034 Foster (pdf) The Simple Analytics of the Firm as a Complex System
2005-035 Frenken, Van Oort, Verburg (pdf) Variety and Regional Economic Growth in the Netherlands
2005-036 Frenzel Baudisch (pdf) Evolving Heterogeneity of Consumer Behavior: Panel Analysis of Preference Formation in the German Footwear Market 1980-91
2005-037 Fuchs (pdf) International Division of Competences in Transnational Companies from the Evolutionary View
2005-038 Garavaglia (pdf) "History Friendly" Simulations for Modelling Industrial Dynamics
2005-039 Garnsey, Heffernan  (pdf) Clustering as Multi-levelled Activity; The Cambridge Case
2005-040 Geels (pdf) Reconfiguring the American Music Industry and the Breakthrough of Rock ‘n’ Roll (1930-1970): A Multi-level Analysis of the Production, Distribution and Consumption of Music
2005-041 Giuliani (pdf) The Structure of Cluster Knowledge Networks: Uneven and Selective, Not Pervasive and Collective
2005-042 Grebel, Krafft, Saviotti (pdf) Knowledge Intensive Industry Life Cycles: Key Issues and Research Agenda
2005-043 Hassink (pdf) Geography, Networks and Renewal in Old Industrial Areas?
2005-044 Hmimda, Hultén (pdf) Social Construction of Technology – Verification, Certification, Social Cognition, Adoption and Diffusion
2005-045 Hölzl, Reinstaller (pdf) The Impact of Technology and Demand Shocks on Structural Dynamics: Evidence from Austrian Manufacturing
2005-046 Hölzl (pdf) Measuring Evolutionary Competition
2005-047 Iammarino, McCann (pdf) Firm Location and Technology: Stylised Constructs and Illusory Policies
2005-048 Jacob, Los  (pdf) The Impact of International Technology Spillovers and Absorptive Capacity on Productivity Growth in Indonesian Manufacturing Firms
2005-049 Jonasson, Sandén (pdf) Exploring Technology Paths: The Development of Alternative Transport Fuels in Sweden 2005-2020
2005-050 Junginger, Faaij, Turkenburg (pdf) Global Experience Curves for Wind Farms
2005-051 Kastelle (pdf) A Classification Method for Evolutionary Economics
2005-052 Krafft (pdf) Emergence and Growth of Broadband in the French Info-communications System of Innovation (FISI)
2005-053 Klepper (pdf) The Geography of Organizational Knowledge
2005-054 Lacasa (pdf) A History Friendly Model of Technology Adoption and Diffusion in the German Pharmaceutical Industry
2005-055 Leombruni, Richiardi, Saam, Sonnessa  (pdf) A Common Protocol for Agent-Based Social Simulation
2005-056 Lintunen Rural Entrepreneurs, Economic Growth and The Regional Innovation System
2005-057 Maggioni (pdf) International Networks of Knowledge Flows: An Econometric Analysis
2005-058 McKelvey Innovative Opportunities and Search
2005-059 Moliterni, Phlippen, Pammoli, Riccaboni  (pdf) Technological Transitions in Networks: Lessons from the Biopharmaceutical Industry
2005-060 Morone, Taylor (pdf) Innovation, Networks and Proximity: An Applied Evolutionary Model
2005-061 Nesta, Saviotti (pdf) The Role of Knowledge Spillovers in the Generation of Knowledge
2005-062 Oliveira, Fortunato (pdf) Firm Growth and Persistence of Chance: Evidence from Portuguese Microdata
2005-063 Paier, Czerny, Heller-Schuh, Wagner  (pdf) Institutionalised Learning in Complex Technology Networks
2005-064 Pedersen (pdf) Growth and Spatial Evolution of the Danish IT Service Industry: Random Growth or Urban Effect? New Danish gaming industries on the internet - see also spillemyndigheden, The Prevalence of Problem Gambling in Denmark, Casinodiscussion and Gratisjuegodecasino.
2005-065 Rigby, Essletzbichler (pdf) Technological Variety, Technological Change, and a Geography of Production Techniques
2005-066 Saarinen, Oksanen (pdf) Spatial changes in innovation processes over time in Finland
2005-067 Sandén, Jonasson (pdf) Competition and Co-evolution among Contenders: The Development of Alternative Transport Fuels in Sweden 1974-2004
2005-068 Silverberg, Verspagen (pdf) The Size Distribution of Innovations Revisited: an Application of Extreme Value Statistics to Citation and Value Measures of Patent Significance
2005-069 Sorenson, Rivkin, Fleming (pdf) Complexity, Networks and Knowledge Flow
2005-070 Stam, Schutjens, Meijaard (pdf) Continuity in Entrepreneurial Careers: An inquiry into intended and realized serial entrepreneurship
2005-071 Stam (pdf) Why Butterflies Don’t Leave: Spatial Development of New Firms
2005-072 Stoerring (pdf) The Role of Universities in Cluster Emergence Process - Comparative Case Study of the Cambridge and an Emerging Biomedico Cluster in North Jutland
2005-073 Suurs, Negro, Hekkert (pdf) A Techno-Institutional Analysis of Energy Systems in Transition. The Dutch Case of Biomass Gasification
2005-074 Tappi (pdf) From the "Porcelain Street" to Global Highways The Evolution of an East-German Cluster from Planned Economy to Market Economy
2005-075 Valente (pdf) Qualitative Simulation Modelling
2005-076 Van der Panne, Kleinknecht (pdf) The Propensity to Patent an Innovation: An Empirical Investigation
2005-077 Werker, Brenner (pdf) Empirically-based Simulation Models in Heterodox Economics: An Advanced Methodology
2005-078 Weterings, Koster (pdf) Inheriting Knowledge and Sustaining Relationships: What Stimulates the Innovative Performance of Software Firms in the Netherlands?
2005-079 Windrum, Fagiolo, Moneta  Empirical Validation of Agent-Based Models: A Critical Survey
2005-080 Worch (pdf) What Happens when Communication between Entrepreneurs and Employees Breaks Down? Organizational Change and Developmental Patterns in Growing Firms
2005-081 Yarime (pdf) Coevolution of Environmental Regulation and Innovation Network: The Development of Lead-Free Solders in the United States, Europe, and Japan


 
Scientific committee: Isabel Alvarez (University Complutense de Madrid); Ron Boschma (Utrecht University); Nicolas Carayol (University of Strasbourg); Alexander Ebner (Erfurt University); Koen Frenken (Utrecht University); Paola Giuri (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna); Marko Hekkert (Utrecht University); Werner Hölzl (Wifo); Simona Iammarino (University of Sussex); Keld Laursen (Copenhagen Business School); Johann Peter Murmann (Northwestern University); Alessandro Nuvolari (Eindhoven University of Technology); Vanessa Oltra (University of Bordeaux); Christopher Palmberg (ETLA); Andreas Pyka (University of Augsburg); Hans Schenk (Utrecht University); Erik Stam (Erasmus University Rotterdam); Paul Windrum (Manchester Metropolitan University).
Sponsors: Urban and Regional research centre Utrecht (URU), Netherlands Graduate School of Housing and Urban Research (NETHUR), Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) MES programme,  Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) NVN programme, Utrecht municipality. (more info)
Previous conferences: The first meeting took place in Grenoble (France) in 1999 organised by Paolo Saviotti, the second meeting in Vienna (Austria) in 2001 organised by Werner Hölzl, and the third meeting in Augsburg (Germany) organised by Andreas Pyka. The previous conferences have led to the publication of the following books in a special series by Edward Elgar: Paolo Saviotti (ed.) (2003), Applied Evolutionary Economics; John Foster & Werner Hölzl (eds.) (2004), Applied Evolutionary Economics and Complex Systems; Horst Hanusch & Andreas Pyka (eds.) (2005), Applied Evolutionary Economics and The Knowledge Based Economy. For more information see also the Edward Elgar website.
Next conference: The 5th EMAEE will be hosted by Paul Windrum from the Manchester Metropolitan University Business School

About EMAEE: The objective of the European Meetings on Applied Evolutionary Economics is to bring together researchers with an interest in the empirical application of evolutionary economics. We aim at a fruitful exchange of the latest methods and tools in evolutionary approaches to economic change. The meetings take place bi-annually. EMAEE is not an organisation and does not have members.
 


Last update 13 June 2005