25.11.2019, Leipzig

Making sense of diverse spatialities of innovation

IfL workshop in the context of the Collaborative Research Centre “Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition” discusses theoretical and empirical approaches to innovation outside of agglomerations.

  • Date: 25 November 2019
  • Location / organiser: Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde – IfL, Leipzig / Germany

Recent conceptual and empirical approaches in the field of spatially informed innovation research, as well as avenues for future research are at the core of a workshop organised by the IfL in Leipzig on 25 November 2019. As part of the workshop “Making sense of diverse spatialities of innovation” latest findings from the project Peripheral but global: World market leaders outside of agglomerations will be presented.

This project is part of the Collaborative Research Centre “Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition” (SFB 1199) and investigates how so called Hidden Champions located outside of agglomerations organise their knowledge sourcing and innovation activities.

Further information


Martin Graffenberger
Tel.: +49 341 600 55-187



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