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Marina van Geenhuizen

 

 

Prof. Dr. Marina van Geenhuizen
Professor of Innovation and
Innovation Policy in the Urban Economy
Delft University of Technology
Economics of Innovation
Room b1.370
Jaffalaan 5
2628 BX Delft
The Netherlands
Tel: (+31) 15 278 6729
Fax: (+31) 15 278 3177
E-mail: m.s.vangeenhuizen@remove-this.tudelft.nl
webpage: www.eci.tbm.tudelft.nl

 

Curriculum Vitae Marina van Geenhuizen

 

 

Born: The Hague, 3 September 1951
Status: Married
Education:
‘Doctoraal’ in Human and Economic Geography and Spatial Planning
State
University of Utrecht (1979)
Thesis subject: An empirical study of satisfaction of inhabitants of an urban reconstruction project.
Additional ‘Doctoraal’
Free University Amsterdam (1983)
Subject: Multivariate techniques and methods of cluster analysis.
Doctorate
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Economic-Geography Institute (1993)
Supervisors: Prof. dr. G.A. van der Knaap and Prof. dr. P. Nijkamp
Title of thesis: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Growth of Firms.

Work experience since graduation (1979)

Year

 

Appointment

 

1979-1981

 

Teacher secondary school (adult education)

 

1979-1981

 

Researcher, Faculty of Spatial Sciences, State University of Utrecht

 

1982-1983

 

Self-employed and study

 

1983-1985

 

Researcher at Spatial Planning Agency (MVROM) and International Federation for Housing and Planning

 

1986-1987

 

Lecturer at the School for Tourism (Breda) and self-employed

 

1988-1993

 

Researcher (AIO) at the Tinbergen Institute and (OIO) at the Economic Geography Institute Erasmus University Rotterdam (NWO-ECOZOEK)

 

1993-1995

 

Senior Researcher at the Bartlett School of Planning UCL London, and Economic and Social Institute, Free University, Amsterdam

 

1996-2000

 

Researcher and Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Technology Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology

 

1999 -

 

Fellow of TRAIL Research School

 

2000 - 2007

 

Associate Professor

 

July 2007

 

Professor of Innovation and Innovation Policy in the Urban Economy

 


Secondary employment
No indication

Educational Activity

  • Supervision of graduation work (from 2008-2010): 5 students in Technology Management and in System Engineering

Faculty of TBM, TU Delft (since 1996)

  • Summary of past and present courses: (1) Introduction to Macro-Economics and Market Economics, (2) Cost-Benefit Analysis, (3) Valuation of the Environment, (4) Policy Analysis in a Multi-Actor Environment, (5) Regional Economics, Networks and Policy.
  • Economics, Technology and Management I (optional course).
  • Daily supervisor of graduation work: 20 students (2002-2007) spread over the following chairs: Policy Analysis, System Innovation and Spatial Development, and Technology Management.

PhD projects at TBM:

  1. Match between different public transportation systems (Wijnand Veeneman (1 year)
  2. New Concepts of Travel Services (provisional title) (Annet van der Elst, 2 years).
  3. Technology Incubators: Danny Soetanto: Thesis defended in October 2009.
  4. Polynuclear development in the age of high-technology: biopharmaceutical clusters in the US Northeast Corridor and the Randstad (Michael Sable at MIT, with Hugo Priemus)
  5. Innovation in Indonesian Furniture Industry (Nurul Indarti, 2 years)
  6. Since October 2009: Internationalization and Success in Knowledge Valorisation, including Academic
  7. pin-off Firms (Mozhdeh Taheri).

Member of PhD Committee

  • Otto Raspe (December 2009) University of Utrecht, Faculty of Spatial Sceinces.
  • Galit Cohen (April 2003) Free University Amsterdam, Faculty of Economics and Management Studies.

Management concerning TBM Education

  • Member of the Education Advisory Team (2000-2002)
  • Member of the taskforce SIRO to prepare education in the domain of spatial systems (2003-2004)
  • Member of the taskforce on behavioural methods and techniques of analysis (2004-2005)

Other Educational Activity

  • Introductory course Policy Analysis (EU TEMPUS Program 2000-2002), Technical University of Brasow (Rumania).
  • Introductory course Valuation Methods in Environmental Protection (EU TEMPUS Program 2000-2002), Technical University of Brasow (Rumania).
  • Contributions to a course book, in Romanian (2003) and in English (2005).
  • TopTech Studies in Delft (Masters in Rail Systems): Introduction to Regional Economics (2005-).

Research

Professional Research/Specialities

  • Theory and practice of:
  • High-technology small firms in a regional/urban setting, particularly the role of knowledge institutes and spin-off firms in the region.
  • ICT and location behaviour of firms, footlooseness.
  • Regional and national innovation systems (particularly concerning life sciences), including policymaking.
  • Urban sustainable transport.
  • Cities/regions and emergence of new economic sectors (long-term views), e.g. life sciences.
  • Since 2009: The role of absorptive capacity, and human and social capital in spin-off firms’ growth and internationalization.
  • Since 2009: Conditions for valorisation of university knowlegde (including spatial conditions) and the policymaking concerned.

Other Academic Activity (2002 - ) (research management, referee and advisory work)

  • Member of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO-CONNEKT Program Commission on Traffic and Transport) (VEV) (mid 2002 – end of 2007) (also: internal member of review commission, mid-term and end-term review).
  • Scientific Secretary of the National Steering Committee Innovative Land Use (BSIK) (January 2004 - ) (also: internal member of mid-term review commission).
  • Co-ordinator of NECTAR Cluster 1 (Networks and Transport) (international research co-operation) (mid-2002 - )
  • Member of the Organising Committee of the Int. Conference on Technology Policy and Innovation (2005, Lodz, Poland; 2006, Santorini, Greece, Stavanger, Norway) (mid 2004 - )
  • Participant in STELLA-Meetings, Focus Group 2: ICT, Innovation and the Transport System (2002 –2005).
  • Referee for the National Science Foundation (US), European Science Foundation, Flemish Fund for Scientific Research FWO (Belgium), Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) (social sciences) and Swedisch Academy of Sience.
  • Participation in TITech technical meetings on technology diffusion at IIASA, particularly chief editor of book (Laxenburg, Austria) (Dutch NMO Group) (mid 2002 - ).
  • Advisory Work for the Government of Korea, Ministry of Economic Affairs (assessment of the national innovation system) (2006).
  • Member of Advisory Board Waterkader Haaglanden Den Haag/Delft (June 2007 - ).
  • Innovative Land Use (BSIK): tot medio 2009
  • NECTAR cluster 1: tot medio 2009

Grants and Scholarships

  • ECOZOEK-NWO Grant for PhD Research (1989-1993)
  • EU Human Capital and Mobility Grant (1993-1994)
  • NWO-MES (Society and the Electronic Highway) (research grant in 2003-2004).
  • Promovendus Danny Soetanto: Best PhD paper award NIKOS High-Technology Small Firm Conference, Enschede July 2006.

International Research Collaboration (2002 -)

  • Italian-Switzerland University of Lugano (prof. Remigio Ratti) (2002-2003) (2007- )
  • Indiana University (prof. Bill Black) (2002- 2005)
  • Technical University of Gh. Asachi of Iaşi (prof. Carmen Teodosiu) (2003 – 2005)
  • Technical University of Lisbon (Prof. Manuel Heitor) (2004 - 2005)
  • STELLA Focus Group 2: University of Newcastle (Prof. Andrew Gillespie); University of California, Santa Barbara (prof. Don Janelle) (2002-2005)
  • Tokyo Institute of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management (Prof. Chihiro Watanabe) (2003 - )
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (Leo Reyes-Gonzalez, MSc) (2004 - )
  • Institute for International Management and Technology in Gurgeon (India) (dr. Vinnie Jauhari) (2005 - )
  • University of Łodz, Management School (dr. Darius Trzmrielak) (2005 - )
  • City Council of Trondheim, Norway (dr. Birger Elvestad) (2006 - )
  • NTNU (National Technical University Trondheim Norway), Faculty of Industrial Organisation (Prof. Sigmund Waago) (2006 - )
  • University of Economics in Vienna (Prof. Franz Tödtling, dr. Michaela Trippl) (2006 - )
  • Research Grant by NICIS (with Municipality of Amsterdam, Delft, Eindhoven and Maastricht). Project name: Knowledge Valorisation and Local/Regional Benefits (2008/9 – 2012).

Publications: International refereed journals (47)

  • Geenhuizen, M.S. van, P. Nijkamp and P. Townroe (1992) Company History Analysis and Technogenesis: A patial View, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, February 1992.
  • Geenhuizen, M.S. van, P. Nijkamp and P. Townroe (1992) A Company Life History Approach to Economic Dynamics, Asian Journal of Economics and Social Studies, 1992, 11, nr.2.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1994) Planning a Sustainable City: Opportunities and Threats for an Integrated Planning Approach, Toplum ve Bilim (Science and Society) 64-65, pp. 129-140 (in Turkish).
  • Geenhuizen, M.S. van, and B. van der Knaap (1994) Dutch Textile Industry in a Global Economy, Regional Studies, 28: 695-711.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1995) Industrial Dynamics, Company Life Histories and the Core-Periphery Dilemma, Geography Research Forum 15: 49-69.
  • Geenhuizen. M. van, Banister, D. and P. Nijkamp (1995) Adoption of new transport technology: A quick scan approach, Project Appraisal 10 (4): 267-275.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1996) Corporate Investment Strategies and Development Scenarios for Regions in Eastern Europa, Current Politics and Economics in Europe.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Knaap, B. van der, and P. Nijkamp (1996) Transborder European Networking: Shifts in Corporate Strategy? European Planning Studies 4: 667-678.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1996) Progress in Regional Science: A European Perspective, International Regional Science Review 19 (3): 223-245.
  • Damman, M., Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1997) Innovative Behaviour in European Cities, Applied Geographic Studies , 1: 13-30
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and B. van der Knaap (1997) R&D and Regional Network Dynamics Knowledge in Dutch Pharmaceutical Industry, Journal of Social and Economic Geography, 88: 307-320.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Nijkamp, P. and H. Rijckenberg (1997) Universities and knowledge-based economic g­rowth: the case of Delft, GeoJournal, 41: 369-377.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1997) Internationalisation and the new role of local actors in interope­rable European Networks (in Portuguese and English), Estudos de Economica, Vol. XVI-XVII Inverno, pp. 77-100.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1997) Corporate transborder networking in Eastern Europe: Potentials of a West-East Development Zone (in Russian with summary in English), Regional Development & Cooperation (in Russian) 1: 8-16.
  • Nijkamp, P. and M. van Geenhuizen (1997) European transport: challenges and opportuni­ties for future research and policies, Journal of Transport Geography, 5: 4-11.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1998) Potentials for East-West integration: the case of foreign direct investment, Environment & Planning C, Government and Policy, 16: 105-120.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1998) Improving the knowledge capability of cities: the case of Mainport Rotterdam, Int. Journal of Technology Management, 15 (6/7): 691-709.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1998) Sustainable Cities: Challenges of an Integrated Planning Approach. Essays on Regional Science, Vol. II: 3-21.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1999) Shifts in Urban Hierarchy: The Case of Financial Services in the Netherlands, Geographica Polonica, pp. 107-124.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van and P. Nijkamp (1999) Regional Policy beyond 2000, European Spatial Research and Policy, 2: 5-20.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2000) Interconnectivity of Transport Networks: A Conceptual and Empirical Exploration, Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, 23: 199-213.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2001) Amsterdam as a Changing Node in Financial Services, Geographica Helvetica 3: 193-201.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and W. Thissen (2002) Uncertainty in intelligent transport systems, a policy view, Journal of Technology, Policy and Management, Vol.2 (1): 5-19.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and P. Rietveld (2002) Land-borders and sea-borders. An exploration of differences in border region development, Journal of Border Region Development. Volume 17 (2) Fall 2002.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2003) How can we reap the fruits of academic research in biotechnology? In search of critical success factors in policies for new firms formation. Environment and PlanningC, Government and Policy, Vol.21: 139-155.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, H. Geerlings and H. Priemus (2003) Transport Innovation: How to Cope with the Future? (Editorial to Special Issue), Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, 26 (6): 437-447.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2003) New Transport Technology; An Expedition in the Field of Technology Adoption, Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, 26 (6): 449-467.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2003) E-commerce in the space economy, Open House International, 28 (4): 31-37.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2004) Cities and Cyberspace: Entrepreneurial Strategies. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 16, January, 2004: 5-19.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Indarti, N. (2005) Knowledge as a critical resource in innovation among small furniture companies in Indonesia: An exploration, Gadjah Mada International Journal of Business, December 2005, pp. 35-45.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and P. Nijkamp (2006) Learning Regions in an Evolutionary Context: Policymaking for High Technology Firms. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Vol. 6 (3): 265-282.
  • Black, W., and Geenhuizen, M. van (2006) ICT Innovation and Sustainability of the Transport Sector, European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research 6 (1): 39-60.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and L. Gonzalez-Reyes (2007) The Role of a Clustered Location in Biotechnology, Technological Forecasting and Social Change Vol. 74 (9): 1681-1696.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and Nijkamp, P. (2007) Cities and Footlooseness: In Search of Place-Bound Companies and Effective Location Policies, Environment and Planning C (Government and Policy) Vol. 25, pp. 692-708.
  • Soetanto, D. and Geenhuizen, M. van (2007) Technology Incubators and Knowledge Networks: A Rough Set Approach in Comparative Project Analysis, Environment and Planning B (Planning and Design), Vol. 34, 1011-1029.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2007) Modeling Dynamics of Knowledge Networks and Local Connectedness: A Case Study of Urban High tech Companies in the Netherlands, Annals of Regional Science 41 (4) 813-833.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2007) Knowledge Networks of Young Innovators in the Urban Economy: Biotechnology as a Case Study. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 20: 161-183.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2007) Technological Innovation, Socio-economic Change and Quality of Life in an Age of Globalization, Studies in Regional Science 37 (2) 307-313.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, D. P. Soetanto, P. Nijkamp (2007) Diversity as a Critical Element in Stimulating the Regional Economic Role of Technical Universities, Studies in Regional Science 37 (2) 501-518.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and D. P. Soetanto (2008) Science Parks: What they are and how they need to be evaluated. Int. Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy Vol. 4 (1/2) 90-111.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2009) ICT applications on the road to sustainable transport, Transporti Europei, 4, pp. 47-61.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2009) Place-bound versus footloose firms, wiring metropolitan areas in a policy context, The Annals of Regional Science, 43 (4), pp. 879-996.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and D. P. Soetanto (2009) Academic spin-offs at different ages: A case study in search of obstacles to growth, Technovation, 29 (10), 671-681.
  • Soetanto, D.P. and Geenhuizen, M. van (2009) Social Networks and Competitive Growth of University Spin-off Firms. A Tale of Two Contrasting Cities, Journal of Social and Economic Geography, 100 (2), 198-209.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2009) Life Sciences in the Netherlands: Weakness in a Strong National Policy, European Planning Studies 17 (1), 1-17.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Indarti, N., and Soetanto, D.P. (2010) Knowledge Acquisition and innovation: potentials for upgrading of very small and small firms in furniture manufacturing in Indonesia, Int. Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy (in press)
  • Soetanto, D. P. and Geenhuizen, M. van (2010) Social capital through networks. The case of university spin-off firms in different stages. Journal of Social and Economic Geography (in press).

Editor Special Issue (2):

  • Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 26 (6): "Transport Innovation: Coping with the Future" (2003) (with H. Priemus and H. Geerlings). Studies in Regional Science (2007) "Technological Innovation, Socio-economic Change and Quality of Life in an Age of Globalization (with P. Nijkamp) (in print).

Books, or contributions to books

PhD-thesis

  • Geenhuizen, M.S. van, (1993) A Longitudinal analysis of the growth of firms. The case of the Netherlands. Erasmus University Press, Rotterdam.

Books (edited) volumes (8)

  • Geenhuizen, M.S. van, Schoenmakers, V.A., Borchert, J. and Ter Welle-Heethuis, A. (1981) Volkshuisvesting in groeikernen; een beleidsevalua­tie, Utrechtse Geografische Studies 23, Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and Ratti, R. (eds) (2001) Gaining Advantage from Open Borders. An active space approach to regional development. Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Gibson, D. and M. Heitor (eds) (2005) Innovation and Regional Development in the Network Society. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Ozunu, A., and C. Teodosiu (eds) (2004) Environmental Protection. Bucharest: The Publishing House of the Romanian Academy.
  • Geenhuizen. M. van, Rietveld, P. and A. Reggiani (eds) (2007) Policy Analysis of Transport Networks Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Watanabe, Ch., Jauhari, V. and Masurel, E. (eds) (2007) Innovation Across Nations; An Evolutionary Approach, Berlin/Heidelberg: Sprinter.
  • Trzmielak, D., Geenhuizen, M. van (eds) (2008): Value-added Partnering and Innovation in a Changing World, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press.
  • Geenhuizen. M. W. Nuttal, D. Gibson and E. Oftedal (eds) (2010) Energy and Innovation: Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press

Chapters in Books (66)

  • Knaap, G.A. van der, and M.S. van Geenhuizen (1990) A longitudinal analysis of the growth of firms, in: E. Ciciotti, N. Alderman and A. Thwaites (eds) Technological Change in a Spatial Context. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 95-108.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1994) Technology Transfer and Barriers: the Role of Intermediary Organisations, in: Cuadrado-Roura, J.R., P. Nijkamp and P. Salva (eds.) Moving Frontiers: Economic Restructuring, Regional Development and Emerging Networks. Aldershot: Avebury. pp 247-276.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1995) Barriers and Bridges in Technology Transfer: Perspectives for Border Regions, In: Cocossis, H., and P. Nijkamp (eds) Overcoming Isolation. Aldershot: Ashgate pp 103-126.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1995) Urbanization, Industrial Dynamics, and Spatial Development. In: H. Giersch (ed) Urban Agglomeration and Economic Growth. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 39-78.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1996) Technology Transfer: How to Remove Obstacles in Order to Advance Employment Growth, in: Kuklinski (ed) Production of Knowledge and the Dignity of Science - The Dilemma of the 21st Century. University of Warsaw, pp 79-96.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1996) What makes the local environment important for high tech small firms? In: Oakey, R. (ed) High Technology Small Firms, Vol. 2. London: Chapman, pp 141-151.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1996) European Transport: Challenges and Opportunities for Future Research and Policies. In: ESF Report Beyond Framework Programme IV (Part II), Luxemburg: European Science Foundation, pp 140-153.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1996) Knowledge Transfer: Managing Change under Increased Uncertainty. In: Formica, P. and M. Guedes (eds) The Economics of Science Parks. Rio de Janeiro: ANPROTEC, pp 308-335.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1997) Diffusion and acceptance of new products and processes by individual firms. In: P. Nijkamp and C.S. Bertuglia (eds) Innovative Behaviour in Time and Space. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 276-290.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1997) A Microscopic View on Spatial Innovation. In: Ratti, R., Bramanti, A., and R. Gordon (eds) The Dynamics of Innovative Regions. Aldershot: Ashgate. pp. 265-277.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and P. Nijkamp (1997) L'architettura dei sistemi informativi nella gestione di una citta complessa. In: C.S. Bertuglia and F. Vaio (eds) La Citta e le Sue Scienze.Le Metodologie delle Scienze della Citta. Milano: Franco Angeli, pp. 707-746.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (1998) Managing Openness in Transport and Regional Development: An 'Active Space Approach'. In: K. Button, P. Nijkamp and H. Priemus (eds) Transport Networks in Europe. London: Edward Elgar. pp. 84-102.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1998) Knowledge Co-operation in the Dutch Pharmaceutical Industry: Do Regions Matter? In: W. During and R. Oakey (eds) New Technology-Based Firms in the 1990s: Volume IV. London: Paul Chapman. pp. 167-180.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1998) Design and Use of Information Systems for a Sustainable Complex City. In: C.S. Bertuglia, G. Bianchi and A. Mela (eds) The City and its Sciences. Berlin: Springer. pp. 706-746.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1999) The Local Environment as a Supportive Operator in Learning and Innovation. In: J. Fontan et al. (eds) New Developments in Metropolitan Areas. University of Quebec Press, pp. 301-356.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1999) An Evolutionary Approach to Firm Dynamics: The Case of the Netherlands. In: P. Rietveld and D. Shefer (eds) New Directions in Regional Development and Policy: Israel and The Netherlands. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 15-34.
  • Nijkamp, P, Kangasharju, A., and Geenhuizen, M. van (1999) Local Opportunities and Innovative behaviour: A Meta-Analytic Study on European Cities. In: P. Rietveld and D. Shefer (eds) New Directions in Regional Development and Policy: Israel and The Netherlands. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 35-51
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (1999) How Small Biotechnology Firms Survive in the Dutch Pharmaceutical Industry: An Exploratory Analysis. In: W. During and R. Oakey (eds) New Technology-Based Firms in the 1990s, Vol. VI. London: Chapman, pp. 150-164.
  • Zuylen, H. van, van Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (1999) (Un)predictability in Traffic and Transport Decision Making. Journal of the Transportation Research Board, Transportation Research Record 1685. Washington DC: National Academic Press, pp. 21-28.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2000) The Learning Capability of Regions: Patterns and Policies. In: Boekema, F. et al. (eds) Learning Regions: New Approaches and Policy. London: Edward Elgar, pp. 38-56.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2000) Emmen en de "death of distance": ondernemingen aan de periferie. In: H. Bouwman en W. Hulsink (eds) Silicon Valley in de polder. ICT-clusters in de Lage Landen . Utrecht: Lemma, pp. 351-371.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2000) New Technology and Survival: An Evolutionary Approach to the Adaptation of Firms in a Regional Context. In: P. Pellenbarg en J. van Dijk (eds) A Demography of Firms - Trends in Dutch and German Research. Groningen/Utrecht: State University of Groningen and Royal Dutch Geographic Society, pp. 215-231.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2001) Electronic Banking and the City System in the Netherlands. In: Leinbach, T. and S.D. Brunn (eds) Worlds of E-Commerce: Economic, Geographic and Social Dimensions. New York: John Wiley, pp. 181-201.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2001) De toekomst van de stad in de e-economy. In: Boekema, F. and E. Kuijpers (eds) Stedelijke netwerken; theoretische en empirische reflecties. Maastricht: Shaker Publishing-RSA Nederland. pp 147-160.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Elst, A. van der and R. van der Heijden (2001) Customer Segmentation and the Improvement of Accessibility: Utrecht City Project in the Netherlands. In Pitfield, D. (ed) Transport Planning, Logistics, and Spatial Mismatch. Eur. Research in Reg. Science. London: Pion, pp. 178-192.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (2001) An Active Space Approach to Regional Development. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (Eds) (2001) Gaining Advantage from Open Borders.An Active Space Approach to Regional Development. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 3-19.
  • Geenhuizen, M. and P. Nijkamp (2001) Knowledge as a Crucial Resource in Policy Making for Mainport Rotterdam. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (Eds) (2001) Gaining Advantage from Open Borders.An Active Space Approach to Regional Development. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 285-303.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (2001) Reflections on Active Space Development: Emerging Issues and New Research Paths. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (Eds) (2001) Gaining Advantage from Open Borders.An Active Space Approach to Regional Development. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 389-398.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2001) Which Role for Foreign Direct Investment? Active Space Development in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, and R. Ratti (Eds) (2001) Gaining Advantage from Open Borders. An Active Space Approach to Regional Development Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 173-191.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Black, W. and P. Nijkamp (2002) Social Change and Sustainable Transport: A Manifesto on Transatlantic Research Opportunities. In: Black, W. and P. Nijkamp (eds) New Opportunities in Transport Research. University of Indiana Press, pp. 3-26.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and Rietveld, P. (2002) Development of Border Regions: Have Sea-Border Regions Maintained Advantages over Land-Border Regions? In: Y. Higano, P. Nijkamp, J, Poot, and J.J. van Wijk (eds) The Region in the New Economy. An international perspective on spatial dynamics. Avebury: Ashgate, pp. 89-112.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2002) Uncertainty in the Adoption of Sustainable Transport Technology: The Electric Vehicle as an Example. In: Black, W. and P. Nijkamp (eds) New Opportunities in Transport Research. University of Indiana Press, pp. 287-293.
  • Cohen, G., Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2002). Urban Planning and Information and Communication Technology: Ideas and Facts. In: Y. Higano, P. Nijkamp, J, Poot, and J.J. van Wijk (eds) The Region in the New Economy. An international perspective on spatial dynamics. Avebury: Ashgate, pp. 47-67.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, (2003) Closing the Gap between Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Use: Policies for Biotechnology in the Netherlands . In: V. Lo and E. Schamp (eds) Knowledge, Learning, and Regional Development. Munster: LIT Verlag, pp. 167-188.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2003) The Role of Financial Services in Technological Innovation. An Exploratory Study from an Evolutionary Perspective. In: Thierstein, A. and E.W. Schamp (eds) Innovation, Finance and Space, Frankfurt/Main: Institut fur Wirtschafts- and Sozialgeographie JWG Universität, pp.134-145.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2004) Information and Communication Technologies and Economic Development of Peripherally Located Regions: Experiences in the Netherlands. In: D. Gibson, M. heitor and A. Ibarra-Yunez (eds) Learning and Knowledge for the Network Society. New York: Purdue University Press, pp. 227-244.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2004) In Search of Urban Futures in de E-economy. In: Beuthe, M., Himanen, V., Reggiani, A, and L. Zamparini (eds) Transport Developments and Innovations in an Evolving World. Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 67-83.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and D. Soetanto (2005) Fostering Academic Entrepreneurship: An Evolutionary Perspective, in: Groot, H., Nijkamp, P. and Stough, R. (eds) Entrepreneurship in the Modern Space-Economy: Evolutionary and Policy Perspectives. London: Edward Elgar, pp. 252-268.
  • Cohen, G., Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2005) ICT as a Contributing Factor to Urban Sustainable Development: Policy Making in Dutch Cities. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Gibson, D. and Heitor, M. (eds). Innovation and Regional Development in the Network Society. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, pp. 99-117.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2005) Rethinking Regional Development: A Changing Spatial Scene of Innovation. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Gibson, D. and Heitor, M. (eds). Innovation and Regional Development in the Network Society, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, pp. 87-96.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and M. Heitor (2005) Introduction: Fostering Innovation and Regional Development in the Global Learning Economy. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Gibson, D. and Heitor, M. (eds). Innovation and Regional Development in the Network Society, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, pp. 1-13.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2004) Economic Approaches: Valuation of the Environment. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Ozunu, A. and C. Theodosi (eds.) Environmental Pollution Prevention. Bucharest: The Publishing House of the Rumanian Academy, pp. 211-223.
  • Schoonman, J. and M. van Geenhuizen (2004) Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Ozunu, A., and C. Theodisi (eds.) Environmental Pollution Prevention. Bucharest: The Publishing House of the Rumanian Academy, pp. 29-48.
  • Colbeck, I., Geenhuizen, M. van, and A. Ozunu (2004) Case Studies of Great Industrial Disasters. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Ozunu, A., and C. Theodisi (eds.) Environmental Pollution Prevention. Bucharest: The Publishing House of the Rumanian Academy, pp. 225-235.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2005) Footloose or Not? A Rough Set Approach to Relevance of Proximity in the Urban E-Economy, In: Johansson, I. (ed) Regions in Competition and Co-operation, Udevalla Symposium 2004, Uddevalla Sweden, University of Trollhattan/Udevalla, pp. 389-401.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P. Nijkamp (2006) How Foreign Direct Investment May Contribute to Learning Regions Development in Accession Countries. In: Nijkamp, P., Moomaw, R.L. and I. Traistaru-Siedschlag (eds) Investment Lessons and Implications for an Enlarged European Union, Edward Elgar, pp. 207-226.
  • Soetanto, D. and Geenhuizen, M. van (2006) University Spin-offs at Different Ages: In Search of Obstacles to better Match Support. In: Groen, A., Oakey, R., Sijde P. vd, Kauser, S.(eds)High Technology Small Firms in the 2000s, Volume V, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 23-37.

2007

  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and Rietveld, P. and A. Reggiani (2007) New Trends in Policymaking for Transport and Regional Network Integration, In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Rietveld, P. and A. Reggiani (eds) Policy Analysis of Transport Networks. Avebury: Ashgate pp. 1-16.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and W. Thissen (2007) A Framework for Identifying and Qualifying Uncertainty in Policy Making: The Case of Intelligent Transport Systems. In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Rietveld, P. and A. Reggiani (eds) Policy Analysis of Transport Networks. Avebury: Ashgate, pp. 101-118.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2007) ICT and High-order Integration of Remote Regions. Distance as a Remaining Barrier? In: Geenhuizen, M. van, Rietveld, P. and A. Reggiani (eds) Policy Analysis of Transport Networks. Avebury: Ashgate, pp. 257-273.
  • Geenhuizen M. van, and H. Doornbos (2007) Los Aeroportos como portales al conocimiento global para pequenas empresas de alta tecnologia in: J.C. Martin, A. Reggiani, and P. Rietveld (Eds), Las Redes de Transporte desde un Enfoque Multidisciplinar, Civitas-Thomson, pp. 539-563.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and P Nijkamp (2007) Increasing Competitiveness of High-Technology Firms: An Evolutionary View on Learning Regions. In: J. Kern, J. Malinovski, J. Suchacek (eds): Learning Regions in Theory and Practice, Ostrava: VSB – Technical University of Ostrava Press, pp. 20-46.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and Soetanto, D. (2007) How Networks and Support May Remove Bottlenecks in Growth of University Spin-offs: the case of Delft University of Technology, in: T. Markowski (ed.)Marketing of Technology and Its Regional Implications, Warsaw: Polish Academy of Science (nog opzoeken).
  • Development, in: M. Geyer (ed) On Urban Policy, University of Witwatersrand Publishing House (in print).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and H. Doornbos (2008) Airports as Nodes in Knowledge Networks: An Analysis of Drivers of the Urban Economy, in: Giaoutzi, M. and P. Nijkamp (eds) Transport and Information Strategies for Emerging European Networks, Avebury, Ashgate, pp. 219-238; avebury: Ashgate.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and D. Soetanto (2009) Growth of Technology Incubators, An Evolutionary View. In: Van Geenhuizen, M., Watanabe, C., et al. (eds) Technological Innovation Across Nations. Co-evolutionary Developments: Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 141-158.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2000) Small Biotechnology Industry and Institutional Transformation: A Case Study of the Netherlands. In: van Geenhuizen, M., Watanabe, C. et al. (eds) Technological Innovation Across Nations. Co-evolutionary Developments: Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 177-194.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and Indarti, N. (2008) What Role for Knowledge Access in Innovation by Small Furniture Manufacturers in Indonesia? In: Geenhuizen, M. van and Trzmielak, D.(eds): Value-added Partnering and Innovation in a Changing World: West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, pp. 201-214.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2008): Reflections on ICT in World City Development and Development of Remote Regions. In: Geenhuizen, M. van and Trzmielak, D. (eds) (2007): Value-added Partnering and Innovation in a Changing World: West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, pp. 236-251
  • Hemert, P., van Geenhuizen, M., and P. Nijkamp (2009) Large urban economies: the role of knowledge and ICT infrastructure, in: H.S. Geyer (ed) International Handbook of Urban Policy (Volume 2), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.46-73.
  • Soetanto, D.P., Geenhuizen, M.van (2009) Socioeconomic networks: in search of better support for university spin-off firms. In Oakey, R., Groen, A., Cook, G. and Sijde, P.vd (eds) Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, Volume VII, Emerald Publishers, pp.165-184.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and Soetanto, D. (2010) University Spin-Offs. An Exploration of Age-Patterns of Obstacles to Growth. In: Desai, S., Stough, R. and Nijkamp, P. (eds) New Dimensions in Regional Economic Development: the Role of Entrepreneurship Research, Practice and Policy. Ashgate (in print).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (2010) Energy and Innovation in Context, in Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (eds) Energy and Innovation, Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press (in print).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and J.Schoonman (2010) Renewable Energy Technologies and Potentials for Adoption, in: Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (eds) Energy and Innovation, Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press (in print).
  • Trzmielak, D., Gwarda-Gruszczyńska, E., and M. van Geenhuizen (2010) Technology Initiatives, University-Industry Collaboration in Emerging Economies – Opportunities and Threats in the Global Market, in: Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (eds) Energy and Innovation, Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press (in print).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2010) Knowledge in a Clustered Location. Unravelling Knowledge Networks of Life Sciences Firms in the Netherlands, in: D. Bo and J. Spindler (eds), Clustering and Innovation, Paris: L’Hermattan (in print).

Other Publications (English and Dutch)

Reports of Institutes, Conference Proceedings (only from 2007)

  • Geenhuizen, M. van, D Soetanto (2006) University Spin-offs’ Time-Patterns of Obstacles to Growth, 9th Int. Conference on Technology, Policy and Innovation, 18-21 June 2006, Santorini Greece, pp. 12 (website published in 2007).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2006) Biotechnology in The Netherlands: How a successful policy can only partly support reaping the fruits of biotechnology research; 9th Int. Conference on Technology, Policy and Innovation, 18-21 June 2006, Santorini Greece, pp. 15 (website published in 2007).
  • Korthals Altes, W., Hasselaar, F., Luin, A.B., van, Weebers, J.E.M., Geenhuizen, M. van (2007) Mid-term Review Rapportage BSIK Vernieuwend Ruimtegebruik, Gouda: Habiforum.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, (2007) How ICT applications may make urban transport more sustainable, NECTAR Conference Porto, Portugal, May 9-12 2007 (pp. 15) (CD Rom).
  • Soetanto, D., van Geenhuizen, M. (2007) Growth of University Spin-offs: A Tale of Two Cities and Different Network Impacts. 47th Congress of the European Regional Science Association, Cergy-Pont d’Oise, August 28 – September 1, 2007.
  • Hemert, P., van Geenhuizen, M., and P. Nijkamp (2009) Large urban economies: the role of knowledge and ICT infrastructure, in: H.S. Geyer (ed) International Handbook of Urban Policy (Volume 2), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.46-73.
  • Soetanto, D.P., Geenhuizen, M.van (2009) Socioeconomic networks: in search of better support for university spin-off firms. In Oakey, R., Groen, A., Cook, G. and Sijde, P.vd (eds) Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, Volume VII, Emerald Publishers, pp.165-184.
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (2010) Energy and Innovation in Context, in Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (eds) Energy and Innovation, Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press (in print).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van, and J.Schoonman (2010) Renewable Energy Technologies and Potentials for Adoption, in: Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (eds) Energy and Innovation, Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press (in print).
  • Trzmielak, D., Gwarda-Gruszczyńska, E., and M. van Geenhuizen (2010) Technology Initiatives, University-Industry Collaboration in Emerging Economies – Opportunities and Threats in the Global Market, in: Geenhuizen, M. van, Nuttal, W. Gibson, D. and E. Oftedal (eds) Energy and Innovation, Structural Change and Policy Implications, West Lafayette: Purdue University Press (in print).
  • Geenhuizen, M. van (2010) Knowledge in a Clustered Location. Unravelling Knowledge Networks of Life Sciences Firms in the Netherlands, in: D. Bo and J. Spindler (eds), Clustering and Innovation, Paris: L’Hermattan (in print).

Invited Lectures

  • IFHP Int. Conference, Malmö,May 1986: "Science Parks, Prospects for Success?"
  • Summer Institute Regional Science Association, Arco (Italy), June 1989: "A longitudinal analysis of the growth of firms" (with G.A. van der Knaap).
  • Conference on Knowledge Production and the Dignity of Science, Warsaw, June 1995: "Obstacles in Technology Transfer".
  • Conference on Sustainable Cities, Brussels, April 1994: "Planning a sustainable city".
  • Conference Urban Characteristics and Mobility, London (UCL), May 1994: "Almere as an Example of New Towns and Patterns of Mobility".
  • European Conference Urban Utopias, Berlin, November 1995: "Knowledge Capacity of Cities: Toward an Improved Performance" (with P. Nijkamp).
  • Workshop on Entrepreneurship, Beijing (Academy of Science), June 1996: "High-technology entrepreneurship and strategies".
  • Workshop on High-tech Entrepreneurship, Tianjin (Tianjin University), June 1996: "New firm formation, strategies and policies".
  • Regional Development Planning in the Next Century, Lodz, May 1997: "Regional policy beyond 2000: learning as device" (with P. Nijkamp).
  • Advanced Summer Institute Regional Science Association, Munchen, August 1998: Workshop on critical features of regions for regional development (partly with R. Cappellin)
  • Conference on Regional Development Potentials and ICT, Lisbon, May 1999: "ICT and Regional Policy: Experiences in the Netherlands".
  • NSF-ESF Conference on Social Change and Sustainable Transport, Berkeley California, May 2000: "Social Change and Sustainable Transport: Transatlantic Research Opportunities" (with W. Black and P. Nijkamp).
  • BRAMAT 2001, University of Brasov (Romania), March 2001: "Gaining Advantage from Knowledge Production".
  • Workshop Entrepreneurship, ICT and the Region, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, June 2001: "Cities and Cyberspace: Entrepreneurial Strategies".
  • Workshop on High-tech Entrepreneurship, Management School of Tsinghua University Beijing, 22-23 April 2002: "Policies to Enhance New Firm Formation in Biotechnology in the Netherlands".
  • Workshop Entrepreneurship in the Modern Space-Economy: Evolutionary and Policy Perspectives, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, 10-11 June 2002: "Fostering Academic Entrepreneurship: An Evolutionary Perspective".
  • 1st IIASA- TiTech Technical Meeting on the Role of Institutional Systems Characteristics on Technology Development, International Institute of Advanced System Analysis (IIASA), September 22-23 2002, Laxenburg, Austria: "Adoption of ICT in the Netherlands: An Exploration of Institutional Influences".
  • Meeting on High-technology Firms, Location Needs and Special Premises and Incubators (Municipality of Delft) November 4th 2002: "Een bewogen start gewogen; een analyse van start en struikelblokken van technostarters van de TU Delft".
  • Swiss PhD Consortium, Magglingen, Switzerland, February 17-21 2003: "Transformation of Financial Services in the Netherlands: Market Places and Innovation under Pressure?"
  • BRAMAT 2003 Conference on Material Science and Environmental Protection, Brasov, Romania, March 12-15 2003: "Environmental Policymaking in a Regional Context: In Search of Uncertainty.
  • Workshop Entrepreneurship, Regional Development and Policy; Dynamic and Evolutionary Perspectives, Tinbergen Institute Amsterdam, May 23-24, 2003, Amsterdam: "Learning Regions in an Evolutionary Context: Policymaking for High-Technology Firms"(with P. Nijkamp).
  • MSc Course, Technical University of Lisbon, May 2003: "How can we reap the fruits of academic research in biotechnology? In search of critical success factors in policies for new firm formation".
  • 2nd IIASA-TiTech Technical Meeting on the Role of Institutional Systems Characteristics on Technology Development, International Institute of Advanced System Analysis (IIASA), April 28-29 2003, Laxenburg, Austria: "Closing the Gap between Knowledge Production and Knowledge Use: An Evaluation of the Dutch Policy to Enhance New Firm Formation in Biotechnology".
  • Science Alliance Conference on Science-Based Regional Development, 18-19 September 2003, Delft, the Netherlands (Plenary Lecture): "How Science-Based Regional development is Perceived: Consensus and Ambiguity in a Multi-Actor Setting".
  • Idem (Workshop Lecture): "Learning Lessons from Delft University of Technology".
  • 3rd IIASA- TiTech Technical Meeting on the Role of Institutional Systems Characteristics on Technology Development, International Institute of Advanced System Analysis (IIASA), 21-22 September 2003, Laxenburg, Austria: "Science Based Regional Development: the Case of Academic Spin-off".
  • STELLA Synthesis Meeting Focus Group 2: "ICT, Innovation and the Transport System, 22-23 April, Budapest, Hungary: Virtual or Physical, or Something Else?".
  • 4th IIASA TiTech Technical Meeting on the Role of Institutional Systems Characteristics on Technology Development, International Institute of Advanced System Analysis (IIASA), 2-3 May 2004, Laxenburg, Austria: "Incubation and Incubation Policies in the Netherlands. Which lessons Can be Drawn?".
  • Workshop Entrepreneurship, Regional Development and Policy, Tinbergen Institute Amsterdam, May 31 2004: "University Spin-offs: How Obstacles to Growth Change over Time" (with D. Soetanto).
  • Conference Science City in the 21st Century: Keihanna 2004, Japan: "Clusters in Europe: Policies and Realities".
  • EU Asia Link Program on Upgrading Institutional Capacity of University-Industry Relations of Two Universities in ASEAN Countries, TU Delft, November 1st 2004: " Incubation and Cluster Policies in Delft and the Netherlands. Which Lessons can be Drawn by Developing Countries?"
  • International Small Business Workshop on Entrepreneurship’s Role in Commercializing, Disruptive Technologies, NIKOS, University of Twente, 10-11 March 2005: "Biotechnology in the Netherlands: the role of a clustered location in entrepreneurial companies’ innovation and growth" (with L. Reyes-Gonzalez). (pp 1-13).
  • Workshop “What can we expect from Innovation? Opportunities for technology policy. University of Łódź (Poland), 22 March 2005: “Fostering small life-sciences companies in the Netherlands: a critical evaluation of a success story”.
  • 6th IIASA-TITech Meeting on An Elucidation of the Role of Institutional System in Characterizing Technology Development Trajectories - A Global Comparative Analysis, 1-2 May 2005, IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: "Lessons to be learned from a successful policy for knowledge valorization: the case of life sciences in the Netherlands".
  • International Workshop on Modelling the Entrepreneurial and Innovative Space-Economy, Tinbergen Institute Amsterdam, August 22-23, 2005: "Modelling Knowledge Networks of Drivers of the Urban Economy: Biotechnology as an Example" .
  • 7th IIASA-TITech Meeting on An Elucidation of the Role of Institutional System in Characterizing Technology Development Trajectories - A Global Comparative Analysis, 18-19 September, 2005. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: "Incubators of High-Technology Spin-offs: an Exploration of Different Growth Patterns Elucidating Institutional Factors Addressed by the Modern Triple Helix Model" (with D. Soetanto).
  • "Trondheim City Delegation meets Delft", September 23, 2005, TNO, Delft: "High-Tech Spin-offs and Business Incubation at Universities".
  • 8th IIASA-TITech Meeting on An Elucidation of the Role of Institutional System in Characterizing Technology Development Trajectories, 17-18 September, 2006. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: "The Adoption of Biotechnology and Institutional Transformation in the Netherlands".
  • Workshop with Polytechnical University of Kiev, TU Delft, 6-10 November 2006: "Key Success Factors Behind Growth of University Incubators and Their Spin-offs"(with D. Soetanto).
  • Technopolicy Seminar Universities of Technology in a Regional Innovation System, Delft, 14-15 December 2006: "Stimulating the Regional Economic Role of Technical Universities" (with P. Nijkamp and D. Soetanto).

2007

  • University of Łodz, Innovation Center, Workshop on Marketing of Technology and Regional Implications, 11-12 April 2007: "University Spin-offs: Are Knowledge Networks and Incubation Support Enhancing Growth? (with D. Soetanto).
  • Workshop of the 10th International Conference on Technology, Policy and Innovation, concerning Small Firms and Globalization, May 20 2007: Experience with Networks, Globalization and Policy among TU Delft’s Spin-offs.
  • 1st IIASA-Tokyotech Workshop on Hybrid Management of Technology in the 21st Century, 8-9 September 2007, IIASA, Austria: "New Insights into External Factors Determining Growth of University Spin-off Firms" (with D. Soetanto).
  • The 2nd IIASA - Tokyotech Workshop on Hybrid Management of Technology in the 21st Century, Laxenburg , May 3-4 2008.
  • The 2nd Interdisciplinary Seminar on Application of Network Analysis, Maart 27 2009, EUR Rotterdam.
  • The 3rd IIASA-Tokyotech Workshop on Hybrid Management of Technology in the 21st Century, Laxenburg, Dec 13-14, 2009.
  • MECINE Meeting, Ravenna, 30 September – 3 October 2009 TU Delft and the City of Delft (with Patrick van Geel)
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