Making Sense of Diverse Spatialities of Innovation: What Can We Learn from Current Research on Innovation Outside of Agglomerations?
IfL (Leipzig U) & SFB 1199 (Leipzig U)
|Date||Monday, 25 November 2019, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm|
|Location||IfL Leipzig | Schongauerstr. 9 | 04328 Leipzig | Room 108|
|Contact||Martin Graffenberger | M_Graffenberger@ifl-leipzig.de|
Recent conceptual and empirical approaches in the field of spatially informed innovation research, as well as avenues for future research are at the core of a workshop organized by the IfL in Leipzig on 25 November 2019. As part of the workshop “Making Sense of Diverse Spatialities of Innovation”, latest findings from Project A2: “Peripherally Global: World Market Leaders in Rural Areas” will be presented and discussed. Additionally, internationally leading scholars of the innovation geography field provide own contributions that serve as a basis for joint discussions regarding the state and the development of the innovation and space nexus – focusing in particular on innovation outside of agglomerations.
Outline of panels
Each panel involves different inputs of about 10 minutes, which provide a base for joint discussions on conceptual, empirical, as well as methodological aspects on the key themes of panels.
Panel I: Beyond the Regional
Panel II: Qualities and Potentials of Peripheries for Innovation
Panel III: Mobility, Multi-locality and Temporary (Dis-)Connection
If you like to participate in this workshop, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.