Michaela Trippl
Michaela Trippl
Professor of Economic Geography, University of Vienna
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One size fits all?: Towards a differentiated regional innovation policy approach
F Tödtling, M Trippl
Research policy 34 (8), 1203-1219, 2005
Regional knowledge economies: markets, clusters and innovation
P Cooke
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007
Regional-und Stadtökonomik. 2. Regionalentwicklung und Regionalpolitik
G Maier, F Tödtling, M Trippl
Springer, 2006
Innovation in knowledge intensive industries: The nature and geography of knowledge links
F Tödtling, P Lehner, M Trippl
European planning studies 14 (8), 1035-1058, 2006
Towards a comprehensive understanding of new regional industrial path development
R Hassink, A Isaksen, M Trippl
Regional Studies 53 (11), 1636-1645, 2019
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
Path development in different regional innovation systems: A conceptual analysis
A Isaksen, M Trippl
Innovation drivers and regional innovation strategies, 66-84, 2016
Knowledge sourcing beyond buzz and pipelines: evidence from the Vienna software sector
M Trippl, F Tödtling, L Lengauer
Economic geography 85 (4), 443-462, 2009
The role of universities in regional development: Conceptual models and policy institutions in the UK, Sweden and Austria
M Trippl, T Sinozic, H Lawton Smith
European Planning Studies 23 (9), 1722-1740, 2015
Like phoenix from the ashes? The renewal of clusters in old industrial areas
F Tödtling, M Trippl
Clusters in Urban and Regional Development, 205-225, 2013
Distance, proximity and types of cross-border innovation systems: A conceptual analysis
KJ Lundquist, M Trippl
Regional studies 47 (3), 450-460, 2013
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
Regional-und Stadtökonomik: Standorttheorie und Raumstruktur
G Maier, F Tödtling, M Trippl
Springer, 1992
Regional innovation systems: Past–present–future
BT Asheim, M Grillitsch, M Trippl
Handbook on the Geographies of Innovation 36, 45-62, 2016
Developing cross‐border regional innovation systems: Key factors and challenges
M Trippl
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 101 (2), 150-160, 2010
Advanced introduction to regional innovation systems
BT Asheim, A Isaksen, M Trippl
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019
Exogenously led and policy-supported new path development in peripheral regions: Analytical and synthetic routes
A Isaksen, M Trippl
Economic Geography 93 (5), 436-457, 2017
14 Transformation of regional innovation systems
F Tödtling, M Trippl
Re-framing regional development: Evolution, innovation, and transition 62, 297, 2013
How to turn the fate of old industrial areas: a comparison of cluster-based renewal processes in Styria and the Saarland
M Trippl, A Otto
Environment and planning A 41 (5), 1217-1233, 2009
Institutional thickness revisited
E Zukauskaite, M Trippl, M Plechero
Economic geography 93 (4), 325-345, 2017
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