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Robert Hassink
Robert Hassink
Professor of Economic Geography, Kiel University, Germany
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How to unlock regional economies from path dependency? From learning region to learning cluster
R Hassink
European Planning Studies 13 (4), 521-535, 2005
8182005
Regional resilience: a promising concept to explain differences in regional economic adaptability?
R Hassink
Cambridge journal of regions, economy and society 3 (1), 45-58, 2010
7982010
Towards a comprehensive understanding of new regional industrial path development
R Hassink, A Isaksen, M Trippl
Regional Studies, 2019
4692019
Locked in decline? On the role of regional lock-ins in old industrial areas
R Hassink
The handbook of evolutionary economic geography, 450, 2010
4562010
An evolutionary perspective on tourism area development
M Ma, R Hassink
Annals of tourism research 41, 89-109, 2013
3742013
The restructuring of old industrial areas in Europe and Asia
R Hassink
Environment and Planning A 37, 571-580, 2005
2742005
Six critical questions about smart specialization
R Hassink, H Gong
Rethinking Clusters, 171-187, 2021
2562021
Advancing evolutionary economic geography by engaged pluralism
R Hassink, C Klaerding, P Marques
Regional Studies, 2014
242*2014
Regional resilience in times of a pandemic crisis: The case of COVID‐19 in China
H Gong, R Hassink, J Tan, D Huang
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 111 (3), 497-512, 2020
2022020
Technology transfer agencies and regional economic development
R Hassink
European Planning Studies 4 (2), 167-184, 1996
1621996
From the old path of shipbuilding onto the new path of offshore wind energy? The case of northern Germany
D Fornahl, R Hassink, C Klaerding, I Mossig, H Schröder
Path Dependence and New Path Creation in Renewable Energy Technologies, 107-127, 2016
1582016
The dilemmas of interregional institutional learning
R Hassink, A Lagendijk
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 19 (1), 65-84, 2001
1462001
Exploring the clustering of creative industries
H Gong, R Hassink
European Planning Studies 25 (4), 583-600, 2017
1412017
Exploring the clustering of creative industries
H Gong, R Hassink
European Planning Studies 25 (4), 583-600, 2017
1412017
Industrial structure or agency: What affects regional economic resilience? Evidence from resource-based cities in China
J Tan, X Hu, R Hassink, J Ni
Cities 106, 102906, 2020
1362020
The strength of weak lock-ins: the renewal of the Westmünsterland textile industry
R Hassink
Environment and Planning A 39, 1147-1165, 2007
1352007
Co-evolution in contemporary economic geography: Towards a theoretical framework
H Gong, R Hassink
Regional Studies 53 (9), 1344-1355, 2019
1342019
Exploring adaptation and adaptability in uneven economic resilience: A tale of two Chinese mining regions
X Hu, R Hassink
Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 10 (3), 527-541, 2017
1232017
The end of the learning region as we knew it; towards learning in space
R Hassink, C Klaerding
Regional Studies 46 (8), 1055-1066, 2012
1172012
Cluster life cycles: the case of the shipbuilding industry cluster in South Korea
DH Shin, R Hassink
Regional Studies 45 (10), 1387-1402, 2011
1152011
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