Becoming Leaders in Knowledge-intensive Innovation Ecosystems
Entrepreneurs, Multinational Enterprises and Policy
Innovation, Embeddedness and Economic Geography
Joris Knoben illustrates that the number of firm relocations has grown steadily and considerably over recent decades, and at the same time, relationships between organizations have become more important to firm performance. It is often argued that such relationships require geographical stability, and the author therefore explores how these two seemingly contradictory observations can be reconciled. Insights from economic geography and organization science are utilized to develop a multidisciplinary firm-level perspective on the causes and consequences of firm relocation.
Foundations, State of the Art, Future