Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Michaela TRIPPL

Professur für Wirtschaftsgeographie

Institut für Geographie und Regionalforschung

Universitätsstraße 7, 5. Stock, Raum A0528

1010 Wien, Österreich

 

Sprechstunden: Dienstag 15:00 - 16:00 Uhr

(in der vorlesungsfreien Zeit nach Vereinbarung per E-Mail)

 

Tel.: +43-1-4277-48720 bzw. 48602

E-Mail: michaela.trippl[at]univie.ac.at

 

Lehrveranstaltungen

Siehe Vorlesungsverzeichnis der Universität Wien

Foto ©BMBF/Innovation und Strukturwandel/Thilo Schoch

Lebenslauf

Arbeitsschwerpunkte

  • Geographie der Innovation
  • Regionaler Strukturwandel, industrielle Dynamiken und Diversifizierung
  • Regionale Innovationspolitik
  • Mobilität und Migration von hochqualifizierten Arbeitskräften
  • Rolle von Hochschulen in der Regionalentwicklung
  • Grenzüberschreitende Regionalentwicklung

Aktuelle Publikationen

Tödtling, F. and Trippl, M. (2018) Regional innovation policies for new path development – beyond neo-liberal and traditional systemic views. European Planning Studies (in press) doi: 10.1080/09654313.2018.1457140

Oinas, P., Trippl, M. and Hössyä, M. (2018) Regional industrial transformations in the interconnected global economy, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 11 (2), 227-240. doi: 10.1093/cjres/rsy015

Grillitsch, M., Asheim, B., Trippl, M. (2018) Unrelated knowledge combinations: The unexplored potential for regional industrial path development. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 11 (2), 257-274. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsy012.

Miörner, J., Zukauskaite, E., Trippl, M. and Moodysson, J. (2018) Creating institutional preconditions for knowledge flows in cross-border regions. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 36 (2), 201-218. DOI:10.1177/2399654417704664

Trippl, M., Grillitsch, M. and Isaksen, A. (2017) Exogenous sources of regional industrial change: Attraction and absorption of non-local knowledge for new path development. Progress in Human Geography. DOI:10.1177/0309132517700982

Isaksen, A. and Trippl, M. (2017) Exogenously led and policy supported new path development in peripheral regions: analytical and synthetic routes. Economic Geography 93(5), 436-457.

Zukauskaite, E., Trippl, M. and Plechero, M. (2017) Institutional thickness revisited. Economic Geography 93(4), 325-345. DOI.org/10.1080/00130095.2017.1331703

Asheim, B., Grillitsch, M. and Trippl, M. (2017) Introduction: Combinatorial knowledge bases, regional innovation and development dynamics, Economic Geography 93(5), 429-435.

Tavassoli, S. and Trippl, M. (2017) The impact of ethnic communities on immigrant entrepreneurship: evidence from Sweden. Regional Studies. DOI:10.1080/00343404.2017.1395007

Isaksen, A. and Trippl, M. (2017) Innovation in space. The mosaic of regional development patterns. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Volume 33(1), 122–140 DOI:10.1093/oxrep/grw035

Mörner, J. and Trippl, M. (2017) Paving the way for new regional industrial paths: actors and modes of change in Scania’s games industry. European Planning Studies. Volume 25, No. 3, 481-497 DOI:10.1080/09654313.2016.1212815

Moodysson, J., Trippl, M. and Zukauskaite, E. (2017) Policy learning and smart specialisation. Balancing policy change and continuity for new regional industrial paths. Science and Public Policy 44(3), 382-391.

Martin, R. and Trippl, M. (2017) The evolution of the ICT cluster in southern Sweden – regional innovation systems, knowledge bases and policy actions. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 99(3), 268-283. DOI:10.1080/04353684.2017.1344559

Publikationen

Geographie der Innovation, regionaler Strukturwandel, industrielle Dynamiken und Diversifizierung

Asheim, B., Isaksen, A. and Trippl, M. (2018) Regional Innovation Systems – An Advanced Introduction. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (in preparation).

Asheim, B., Isaksen, A. and Tripp, M. (2018) Regional Advantage - Research Collections. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (in preparation).

Oinas, P., Trippl, M. and Hössyä, M. (2018) Regional industrial transformations in the interconnected global economy, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 11 (2), 227-240. doi: 10.1093/cjres/rsy015

Grillitsch, M., Asheim, B., Trippl, M. (2018) Unrelated knowledge combinations: The unexplored potential for regional industrial path development. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society 11 (2), 257-274. doi:10.1093/cjres/rsy012.

Trippl, M., Grillitsch, M. and Isaksen, A. (2017) Exogenous sources of regional industrial change: Attraction and absorption of non-local knowledge for new path development. Progress in Human Geography. DOI:10.1177/0309132517700982

Isaksen, A. and Trippl, M. (2017) Exogenously led and policy supported new path development in peripheral regions: analytical and synthetic routes. Economic Geography 93(5), 436-457.

Zukauskaite, E., Trippl, M. and Plechero, M. (2017) Institutional thickness revisited. Economic Geography 93(4), 325-345. DOI.org/10.1080/00130095.2017.1331703

Asheim, B., Grillitsch, M. and Trippl, M. (2017) Introduction: Combinatorial knowledge bases, regional innovation and development dynamics, Economic Geography 93(5), 429-435.

Martin, R. and Trippl, M. (2017) The evolution of the ICT cluster in southern Sweden – regional innovation systems, knowledge bases and policy actions. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography, 99(3), 268-283. DOI:10.1080/04353684.2017.1344559

Isaksen, A. and Trippl, M. (2017) Innovation in space. The mosaic of regional development patterns. Oxford Review of Economic Policy 33(1), 122–140. DOI:10.1093/oxrep/grw035

Mörner, J. and Trippl, M. (2017) Paving the way for new regional industrial paths: actors and modes of change in Scania’s games industry. European Planning Studies 25(3), 481-497. DOI:10.1080/09654313.2016.1212815

Isaksen, A. and Trippl, M. (2016) Regional industrial path development in different types of regions: a conceptual analysis. In D. Parrilli, R. Fitjar, A. Rodriguez-Pose (eds.) Innovation drivers and regional innovation strategy, Routledge, London, pp. 66-84

Trippl, M., Asheim, B. and Miörner, J. (2016) Identification of regions with less developed research and innovation systems. In D. Parrilli, R. Fitjar, A. Rodriguez-Pose (eds.) Innovation drivers and regional innovation strategy, Routledge, London, pp. 23-44

Trippl, M., Grillitsch, M., Isaksen, A. and Sinozic, T. (2016) Understanding cluster evolution. In F. Belussi, JL Hervas-Oliver (eds.) Unfolding cluster evolution, Routledge, London, pp. 267-281

Asheim, B., Grillitsch, M. and Trippl, M. (2016) Regional innovation systems: past – presence – future. In D. Doloreux, R. Shearmur, C. Carrincazeux (eds.) Handbook of the geographies of innovation, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 45-62.

Tödtling, F. and Trippl, M. (2016) How do firms acquire knowledge in different sectoral and regional contexts? In D. Doloreux, R. Shearmur, C. Carrincazeux (eds.) Handbook of the geographies of innovation, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 142-154.

Trippl, M., Grillitsch, M., Isaksen, A. and Sinozic, T. (2015) Perspectives on cluster evolution: critical review and future research issues. European Planning Studies 23(10), 2028-2044 DOI:10.1080/09654313.2014.999450

Grillitsch, M. and Trippl, M. (2014) Combining knowledge from different sources, channels and geographical scales. European Planning Studies 22(11), 2305-2325

Regionale Innovationspolitik

Tödtling, F. and Trippl, M. (2018) Regional innovation policies for new path development – beyond neo-liberal and traditional systemic views. European Planning Studies (in press) doi: 10.1080/09654313.2018.1457140

Belussi, F. and Trippl, M. (2018) Industrial districts/clusters and smart specialisation. In F. Belussi, J. Hervas Oliver (eds.) Agglomeration and firm performance, Springer (forthcoming).

Grillitsch, M. and Trippl, M. (2018) Innovation policies and new regional growth paths: a place-based system failure framework. In J. Niosi, Innovation systems, policy and management, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 329-358

Isaksen, A., Martin, R. and Trippl, M. (Eds.) (2018) New Avenues for Regional Innovation Systems - Theoretical Advances, Empirical Cases and Policy Lessons, Springer.

Asheim, B., Isaksen, A., Martin, R. and Trippl, M. (2017) The role of clusters and public policy in new regional economic path development. In D. Fornahl, R. Hassink (eds.) The life cycle of clusters: a policy perspective, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 13-34.

Asheim, B., Grillitsch, M. and Trippl, M. (2017) Smart Specialization as an innovation-driven strategy for economic diversification: Examples from Scandinavian regions. In S. Radosevic, A. Curaj, L. Andreescu, R. Gheorgiu and I. Wade (Hrsg.), Advances in the Theory and Practice of Smart Specialization. London: Academic Press, pp. 73-97.

Moodysson, J., Trippl, M. and Zukauskaite, E. (2016) Policy learning and smart specialisation. Balancing policy change and continuity for new regional industrial paths. Science and Public Policy 44(3), 382-391. DOI:10.1093/scipol/scw071

Isaksen, A., Tödtling, F. and Trippl, M. (2016) Innovation policies for regional structural change: combining actor-based and system-based strategies. SRE-Discussion 2016/05, Vienna University of Economics and Business. LinkPdf

Mobilität und Migration von hochqualifizierten Arbeitskräften

Parrilli, D., Montresor, S. and Trippl, M. (2018) Special Issue: Communities on the move: effects of diasporas on regional development, innovation and entrepreneurship, Regional Studies (in preparation)

Tavassoli, S. and Trippl, M. (2017) The impact of ethnic communities on immigrant entrepreneurship: evidence from Sweden. Regional Studies. DOI:10.1080/00343404.2017.1395007

Trippl, M. (2013) Islands of Innovation as Magnetic Centres of Star Scientists? Empirical Evidence on Spatial Concentration and Mobility Patterns. Regional Studies 47(2), 229-244

Trippl, M. (2013) Scientific Mobility and Knowledge Transfer at the Interregional and Intraregional Level. Regional Studies 47(10), 1653-1667.

Rolle von Hochschulen in der Regionalentwicklung

Trippl, M., Sinozic and Lawton Smith, H. (2015) The role of universities in regional development: conceptual models and policy institutions in the UK, Sweden and Austria. European Planning Studies 23(9), 1722-1740 DOI:10.1080/09654313.2015.1052782

Trippl, M. (2015) Die Rolle von Hochschulen in der Regionalentwicklung. In M. Fritsch, P. Pasternack, M. Titze (eds.) Schrumpfende Regionen – dynamische Hochschulen, Springer, Wiesbaden

Grenzüberschreitende Regionalentwicklung

Miörner, J., Zukauskaite, E., Trippl, M. and Moodysson, J. (2018) Creating institutional preconditions for knowledge flows in cross-border regions. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 36 (2), 201-218. DOI:10.1177/2399654417704664

Trippl, M. (2018) Innovationsdynamiken und Integrationsprozesse in grenzüberschreitenden Wirtschaftsregionen: Grenzen als Triebkräfte und Barrieren verstärkter Zusammenarbeit. In M. Heintel, R. Musil, N. Weixlbaumer (eds.) Grenzen, Springer, pp. 135-157.

Lundquist, K.-J. and Trippl, M. (2013) Distance, proximity and types of cross-border innovation systems: A conceptual analysis. Regional Studies 47(3), 450-460.

Forschungsprojekte (laufend / jüngst abgeschlossen):

Smart specialisation for regional innovation (European Commission’s Framework Programme)

Partners: University of Cardiff (UK), University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK), Utrecht University (The Netherlands), Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (The Netherlands), University of Padova (Italy), Fundacion Deusto (Spain), Charles University Prague (Czech Republic), Claire Nauwelaers (Belgium)

Path development in different regional settings: Regional policy approaches in the global economy (Norwegian Research Council)

Partners: University of Agder (Norway), University of Stavanger (Norway), University of Bergen (Norway), Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness (Spain)

Renewal of mature industries in Sweden: Institutional preconditions and routes of innovation (Marianne and Markus Wallenberg Foundation, Sweden). Partners: Jönköping University, International Business School (Sweden), CIRCLE Lund University (Sweden)