Innovation, Knowledge and Development (IKD) is an interdisciplinary research centre established by the Open University (OU) to build upon the OU's internationally recognised excellence in the a read more »
The Centre for Knowledge, Innovation, Technology and Enterprise (KITE) brings together Newcastle University's extensive research capabilities on innovation management and entreprise, incorporating research on the read more »
The Laboratory of the Economy of Innovation, has been founded in Turin in 1992 by professor Cristiano Antonelli, in honor to the late Professor Franco Momigliano, chair professor of economics a read more »
The members of the CEGG team at LSE cover a range of different research themes in the economic geography of European integration and in the analysis of the determinants of regional prosperity. read more »
Manchester University is one of the pioneering centres for the study of innovation management and science, technology and innovation policy. The Manchester Institute of Innovation Research builds on the tradition established over forty years ago and particularly on the strengths of *PREST *and *CRIC* (ESRC Centre for Research on Innovation and Competition). read more »
The Laboratory promotes an interdisciplinary research approach bringing together researchers with diverse backgrounds in applied economics, engineering, operational research, management, economic sociology. In addition, LIEE has a particular interest in cross-national comparative analysis.
The faculty of geography contains eight chairs, four in physical geography and four in human geography. Three chairs are hold by economic geographers, namely Markus Hassler, Simone Strambach and Thomas Brenner (the fourth chair in human geography stands for urban geography). All three chairs work on research topics represented in DIME.