The Working Paper series (WP) includes the latest work in progress by researchers in our academic community. It aims at disseminating findings to encourage the exchange of ideas between students, experts and policy-makers on the role of universities in innovation and regional development.
Working Paper series 2018
WP 12/2018 Sergio Manrique
Personal Networks and Trust in Public-Private R&D Partnerships A Case Study from Spain
Keywords: R&D Public-Private Partnerships, University-Firm Collaboration; Personal Networks; Trust; Open Innovation; Case Study.
WP 11/2018 Gerwin Evers
The impact of the establishment of a university in a peripheral region on the local labour market for graduates
Keywords: University; peripheral region; labour market; graduates.
WP 10/2018 Sofya Kopelyan
Academic ‘boundary work’ in a regionally engaged university
Keywords: Regional engagement; mission stretch; boundary work; academic work; academic identity; role identity.
WP 09/2018 Paul Benneworth, Tiago Ratinho, Milana Korotka
Managing science cities spaces in wider urban hierarchies: Reconciling knowledge-based and polycentric modes of urban development
Keywords: science city, polycentric urban development, knowledge-based urban development, multi-urban service node
WP 08/2018 Sergio Manrique
The Impact of University-Firm Collaboration on Firm Performance and Regional Development: The Case of UAB and Barcelona Region
Keywords: University-Firm Collaboration; Firm Performance; Regional Development; Innovation; Cohesion Policy.
WP 07/2018 Sergio Manrique
Creating Bridges Between Corporate Governance and Innovation
Keywords: Corporate Governance, Innovation, University-Firm Collaboration, Entrepreneurship, Regional Development.
WP 06/ 2018 Lisa Nieth, Paul Benneworth, David Charles, Liliana Fonseca, Carlos Rodrigues, Maria Salomaa, & Martin Stienstra
Embedding entrepreneurial regional innovation ecosystems: Reflecting on the role of effectual entrepreneurial discovery processes
Keywords: entrepreneurial discovery, agency activation, partnerships, causal and effectual approaches
WP 05/2018 Utku Ali Rıza Alpaydın, Kwadwo Atta-Owusu, Saeed Moghadam-Saman
The Role of Universities in Innovation and Regional Development: The Case of Rogaland Region
Keywords: Role of universities, Regional development, Innovation, Rogaland, University of Stavanger.
WP 04/2018 Rhoda Adoba Sam, Maria Salomaa & David Charles
On overcoming the barriers to regional engagement: Reflections from the University of Lincoln
Keywords: Universities, Innovation, Regional Development, Lincoln, United Kingdom.
WP 03/2018 David Fernández Guerrero & Gerwin Evers
Co-creation of Localised Capabilities between Universities and Nascent Industries: The Case of Aalborg University and the North Denmark Region
Keywords: Universities, Innovation, Industry, Aalborg, Denmark.
WP 02/2018 Sofya Kopelyan & Lisa Nieth
Regional Mission Impossible? The Twente Region and the University of Twente
Keywords: Regional mission, Twente Region, University of Twente.
WP 01/2018 Eloïse Germain-Alamartine
Transitioning from an Economic to a Broader Social Impact: A Case Study of a Swedish University
Keywords: Entrepreneurial University, Engaged University, Regional Development, Science Park, Sweden.
Working Paper series 2017
WP 02/2017 Sergio Manrique & Huong Nguyen
Balancing Regional Engagement and Internationalisation The Case of Autonomous University of Barcelona
Keywords: Universities, Innovation, Regional Development, UAB, Barcelona.
WP 01/2017 Liliana Fonseca & Ridvan Cinar
Engaged and Innovative Universities in Less-Developed Regions The Case of the University of Aveiro
Keywords: Universities, Innovation, Regional Development, Aveiro, Portugal.
Titles are submitted to the editorial team for internal review and inclusion in the series. As ‘works in progress’,
these are drafts prior to review and publication in scientific journals. The WP thus functions as an institutional
repository of first-cut material meant to stimulate an ongoing discussion and scholarship. It is in no way an obstacle
to those seeking to further develop and formally publish their work. Publication as a working paper does not preclude
its publication elsewhere.
Throughout the course of the RUNIN project, the WP will periodically publish papers that fall within its academic
scope. Contributions are welcomed from RUNIN fellows and supervisors, academics and PhD students. For further information,
please check the WP series guidelines or contact the editorial team at firstname.lastname@example.org