Bibliography: Economic geography

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Carlino, G. and W.R. Kerr (2015). ‘Agglomeration and Innovation’, in G. Duranton, J.V. Henderson and W.C. Strange (eds), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 349–404.
Liu, J., C. Chaminade and B. Asheim (2013). ‘The Geography and Structure of Global Innovation Networks: A Knowledge Base Perspective’. European Planning Studies 21.9: 1456–1473.
Van Egeraat, Chr. and D. Kogler (2013). ‘Global and Regional Dynamics in Knowledge Flows and Innovation Networks’. European Planning Studies 21.9: 1317–1322.
Bettencourt, L., J. Lobo, D. Helbing, Chr. Kühnert and G.B. West (2007). ‘Growth, innovation, scaling, and the pace of life in cities’. PNAS 104.17: 7301–7306.
Audretsch, D.B. and M.P. Feldman (2004). ‘Knowledge Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation’, in J.V. Henderson and J.-F. Thisse (eds), Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics 4. Cities and Geography. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2713–2739.
Feldman, M.P. and D.B. Audretsch (1999). ‘Innovation in cities: Science-based diversity, specialization and localized competition’. European Economic Review 43.2: 209–229.
Audretsch, D.B. and M.P. Feldman (1996). ‘R&D Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation and Production’. The American Economic Review 86.3: 630–640.