Lars Coenen
Lars Coenen
City of Melbourne Chair in Resilient Cities at the University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Knowledge bases and regional innovation systems: Comparing Nordic clusters
BT Asheim, L Coenen
Research policy 34 (8), 1173-1190, 2005
16272005
Toward a spatial perspective on sustainability transitions
L Coenen, P Benneworth, B Truffer
Research policy 41 (6), 968-979, 2012
7362012
Face-to-face, buzz, and knowledge bases: sociospatial implications for learning, innovation, and innovation policy
B Asheim, L Coenen, J Vang
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 25 (5), 655-670, 2007
6302007
Contextualising regional innovation systems in a globalising learning economy: On knowledge bases and institutional frameworks
BT Asheim, L Coenen
The Journal of Technology Transfer 31 (1), 163-173, 2006
4882006
Environmental innovation and sustainability transitions in regional studies
B Truffer, L Coenen
Regional Studies 46 (1), 1-21, 2012
4142012
Constructing knowledge-based regional advantage: implications for regional innovation policy
B Asheim, L Coenen, J Moodysson, J Vang
International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management 7 (2-5 …, 2007
3832007
Sustainability transitions in the making: A closer look at actors, strategies and resources
J Farla, J Markard, R Raven, L Coenen
Technological forecasting and social change 79 (6), 991-998, 2012
3362012
Explaining spatial patterns of innovation: analytical and synthetic modes of knowledge creation in the Medicon Valley life-science cluster
J Moodysson, L Coenen, B Asheim
Environment and planning A 40 (5), 1040-1056, 2008
3182008
Nodes, networks and proximities: on the knowledge dynamics of the Medicon Valley biotech cluster
L Coenen, J Moodysson, BT Asheim
European Planning Studies 12 (7), 1003-1018, 2004
3072004
The geography of sustainability transitions: Review, synthesis and reflections on an emergent research field
T Hansen, L Coenen
Environmental innovation and societal transitions 17, 92-109, 2015
3032015
Advancing sustainable urban transformation
K McCormick, S Anderberg, L Coenen, L Neij
Journal of Cleaner Production 50, 1-11, 2013
2802013
Comparing systems approaches to innovation and technological change for sustainable and competitive economies: an explorative study into conceptual commonalities, differences …
L Coenen, FJD López
Journal of cleaner production 18 (12), 1149-1160, 2010
2622010
Places and spaces of sustainability transitions: Geographical contributions to an emerging research and policy field
L Coenen, B Truffer
European Planning Studies 20 (3), 367-374, 2012
2232012
Why space matters in technological innovation systems—Mapping global knowledge dynamics of membrane bioreactor technology
C Binz, B Truffer, L Coenen
Research Policy 43 (1), 138-155, 2014
2102014
Local niche experimentation in energy transitions: A theoretical and empirical exploration of proximity advantages and disadvantages
L Coenen, R Raven, G Verbong
Technology in Society 32 (4), 295-302, 2010
1572010
The role of regional innovation systems in a globalizing economy
B Asheim, L Coenen, HJ Moss
The Changing Economic Geography of Globalization, Abingdon: Routledge, 139-155, 2006
1572006
Exploring the multiple roles of Lund University in strengthening Scania's regional innovation system: towards institutional learning?
P Benneworth, L Coenen, J Moodysson, B Asheim
European Planning Studies 17 (11), 1645-1664, 2009
1092009
Towards a theory of regional diversification: combining insights from Evolutionary Economic Geography and Transition Studies
R Boschma, L Coenen, K Frenken, B Truffer
Regional studies 51 (1), 31-45, 2017
1012017
Path creation as a process of resource alignment and anchoring: Industry formation for on-site water recycling in Beijing
C Binz, B Truffer, L Coenen
Economic Geography 92 (2), 172-200, 2016
882016
The role of universities in the regional innovation systems of the North East of England and Scania, Sweden: providing missing links?
L Coenen
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 25 (6), 803-821, 2007
862007
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