60th ASRDLF Congress
Territories, Creativity & Innovation
26-28 June 2024, Strasbourg, France
The French Speaking Section of ERSA, ASRDLF is happy to announce the 60th ASRDLF Colloquium Which will be held from 26 to 28 June 2024 in Strasbourg, France with the theme “Territories, Creativity & Innovation”.
The organiser is also delighted to announce that the call for special session proposal is open. Deadline: 22 December 2023. Please send your proposal to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor David DOLOREUX
David Doloreux is professor of economic geography and holder of the chair in innovation and regional development at HEC Montréal. His work focuses on the geography of innovation and the economic development of regions. He is currently working on various research projects that focus on the development of innovation capacities in peripheral regions of Quebec and on the effects of micro-geography on innovation in cities. He has published notably in the J. of Economic Geography, Regional Studies, Papers in Regional Science, Advances in Economic Geography, Technological Forescasting & Social Change and Geographical Review.
Professor Leïla Kebir
Leïla Kebir is Professor of tourism and territorial economics at the University of Lausanne. His work focuses on territorial development in the context of globalization and, more recently, ecological transition. His research path is structured around two complementary axes: territorial resources, and the organization of production activities and innovation. Today she is particularly interested in urban and territorial commons. She has published in European Planning Studies, Regional Studies, the Canadian Journal of Regional Science, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management and the Revue d’Economie Régionale et Urbaine.
Professor Francesco LISSONI
Francesco Lissoni is professor of economics at the Bordeaux School of Economics, associate researcher in the political economy department of the Università Cattolica of Milan and member of the Convergence Migration Institute, in Paris. Holder of a doctorate from the University of Manchester, his research focuses on the economics of science and innovation, the transfer of technology between university and industry, as well as the geography of the diffusion of knowledge. More recently, he has studied the links between highly skilled migration, innovation and foreign direct investment. He has published in the J. of Economic Perspectives, the J. of Economic Behavior and Organization, the J. of Economic Geography, the J. of International Business Studies, Industrial & Corporate Change and Research Policy.
March 15, 2024
Deadline for sending communication proposals
April 15, 2024
Notification of acceptance/refusal of communications proposals
June 15, 2024
Submission of final texts of communications
June 26, 27 and 28: Conference
Pege (Pôle Européen de Gestion et d’Economie)
61 Avenue de la Forêt-Noire,
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