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In this paper, we investigate the impact of regional and technological innovation systems on innovation cooperation. We develop an indicator applicable to regions, which demonstrates the relative regional impact on innovation cooperation. Applying this method to German patent data, we find that...
While there is a large pool of assured knowledge about various general dimensions of the structure and dynamics of innovation networks, several basic structural features deserve more attention in future research on network effects. Our contribution concentrates on three key structural...
In the knowledge-based geography of innovation literature, there are two opposing claims on the spatio-temporal pattern in knowledge flows over a technological trajectory. Firstly, after the breakthrough, externalities stimulate agglomeration of specialised firms and thus cause incremental...
The generation of innovation is well known to be a social process depending on mutual interactions, aiming at accessing and exchanging knowledge in order to generate novel goods and services. Accordingly, interest in interfirm innovation networks has increased sharply over the last decade....
Social network analysis bears great potential for the study of complex social transition processes such as regional energy transitions. The complexity of the social processes results from a lack of empirical research, that utilises social network analysis. With this complexity come the...
We create an agent-based banking model that allows the simulation of leverage cycles and financial contagion. Banks adapt their investment strategies in an evolutionary manner according to the success of their competitors, creating an endogenous loan network and a dynamic asset market. This...
Social networks provide a natural infrastructure for knowledge creation and exchange. In this paper, we study the effects of a skewed degree distribution within formal networks on knowledge exchange and diffusion processes. To investigate how the structure of networks affects diffusion...
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