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Collaborating with international users is positively related to higher degrees of novelty

Gouya Harirchi and Cristina Chaminade explores the relation between the degree of novelty of innovations and



The benefits and spillovers of the ESS will depend on the embeddedness of the facility

Josephine Rekers, postdoc researcher at CIRCLE, writes about the potential and the challenges in engendering the



The Case of the Global Video Game Industry 1972-2007

Clustering and firm performance in project-based industries. By Mathijs De Vaan, Ron Boschma and Koen Frenken



Emergence of China and India as Innovation Powerhouses: Threat or Opportunity?

Written by Cristina Chaminade, Davide Castellani and Monica Plechero. This report published by Entreprenörskap provides


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Recent Publications

Castellani D., De Benedictis L., Horgos D. (2013) Can we really trust offshoring indices?, Structural Change and Economics Dynamics, 25, 159–172.

Aristei D., Castellani D., Franco C. (2013) Firms’ importing and exporting activities: is there a two-way relationship?, Review of World Economics/Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv, 149 (1), 55-84, 

Basile R., Benfratello L., Castellani D. (2013) Geoadditive Models for Regional Count Data: An Application to Industrial Location, Geographical Analysis, 45(1), 28–48

Castelli C., Castellani D. (2013) The internationalization of R&D: sectoral and geographic patterns of cross-border investments, Journal of Industrial and Business Economics/Economia e Politica Industriale, 1, 127-143.


Chaminade, C., Plechero, M. (2013) The influence of micro-characteristics and the region in different modes of globalization of innovation A comparative study of Pune region and Beijing region. Industry and Innovation, 20(7), 661-682.