Knowledge and Institutions (2015)
13th Symposium: Knowledge and Institutions
Held at the Studio of the Villa Bosch at Heidelberg,
from September 09, until September 12, 2015.
Watch now a talk given by Frans van Waarden: "Institutions, Time, and Territory: Path Dependencies - Path dependent Institutional Development within Geographic Boundaries."
Frans van Waarden is a professor at the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University College, Utrecht University (The Netherlands). Visit his webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Shaz Ansari: "The Truncated Development of an Intangible Commons Logic: A Study of Open Access Academic Publishing."
Shaz Ansari is a professor at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (UK). Visit his webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Roy Suddaby: "The Professionalization of the Corporate Historian/Archivist."
Roy Suddaby is a professor at the Peter B. Gustavson School of Business, University of Victoria (Canada). Visit his Homepage here.
Watch now a talk given by Andrés Rodríguez-Pose: "Government Quality and the Economic Returns of Transport Infrastructure Investment in European Regions."/p>
Andrés Rodríguez-Pose is a professor of economic geography at the London School of Economics (UK). You can visit his webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Reza Banakar: "Law, Policy and Social Control amidst Flux
Reza Banakar is a professor at the Sociology of Law Department, Lund University (Sweden). Visit his webpage here.
Watch now a talk given by Jerker Moodysson: "Institutional Change, Innovation and Policy Coordination."
Jerker Moodysson is a senior lecturer at the Department of Human Geography, Lund University (Sweden). Visit his Homepage here.
Watch now a talk given by Johannes Glückler: "Institutional Logics in the Process of Family Firm Succession."
Johannes Glückler is a professor at the Department of Economic Geography, Heidelberg University (Germany). Visit his Homepage here.
Watch now a talk given by Pamela Tolbert: "Studying Entrepreneurship as an Institution."
Pamela Tolbert is a professor at the Department of Organizational Behavior, ILR School, Cornell University (USA). Visit her Homepage here.