Sponsored by the
Canada Research Chair in Innovation and Governance and hosted
jointly by the Department of Political Science and the Department of
Geography and Planning of the University of Toronto, this
speaker series brings prominent innovation and economic development
scholars to our institution. The lectures are open to all members of
the UofT and the wider public.
More details to come...
- Professor Johannes Glückler - Institute of Geography, University of Heidelberg
“Social Network Analysis, Blockmodeling and the Spatial Transformation of Markets”
Mudambi - Frank M. Speakman Professor of Strategy, Fox School of
Business, Temple University
"Global Connectedness and Local Disconnectedness" (2017)
- John Cantwell - Distinguished Professor of Management and Global
Business at Rutgers University
"New Dynamics of Location and International Business in the Information
Schoenberger - Johns Hopkins University
"War and Water: Sources of Urban and Regional Creativity and Growth"
- Richard Walker -
University of California, Berkeley
"Behind the Boom: Sources of Bay Area Success and Metropolitan Change"
Shearmur - McGill University
"Innovation Beyond Cities: Remoteness and Slow Innovation"
Malecki - Ohio State University
"The Local, Global, and Virtual Geographies of Innovation"
- Peng-Fei Li -
University of Toronto
"Family Ties for Knowledge Creation in Developing Economies"
Ibert - Leibniz-Institute for Regional Development & Structural
"Mushrooming Entrepreneurship: The Dynamic Geography of
Innovation Originating from Communities of Interest" (2014)
Cohendet - HEC Montreal
"Epistemic Communities, Localization and the Dynamics of
Knowledge Creation" (2013)
For more information please contact
Harald Bathelt (email@example.com)