Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Michaela TRIPPL

Head of Department

Full Professor of Economic Geography

Head of the working group Human Geography | Economic Geography

VISESS Branch Coordinator Anthrosphere

 

Department of Geography and Regional Research

Universitätsstraße 7, 5th floor, Room: A0528

1010 Vienna, Austria

 

Office hours: Tuesday 15:00 - 16:00

(In the lecture-free time - appointments via e-Mail)

 

Phone: +43-1-4277-48720

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

 

Teaching at the University of Vienna

 Course catalogue

Publications


2018


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: Theoretische, konzeptionelle und praxisbezogene Fragestellungen zu Grenzen und deren Überschreitungen (pp. 135-157). Springer VS. RaumFragen: Stadt - Region - Landschaft doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-18433-9_7


Belussi, F., & Trippl, M. (2018). Industrial districts/clusters and smart specialisation policies. In F. Belussi, & J-L. Hervas-Oliver (Eds.), Agglomeration and firm performance (1 ed., pp. 283-308). Springer International Publishing. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-90575-4_16


Grillitsch, M., & Trippl, M. (2018). Innovation policies and new regional growth paths. In J. Niosi (Ed.), Innovation systems, policy and management (pp. 329-358). Cambridge University Press. doi.org/10.1017/9781108529525.012


Trippl, M., & Frangenheim, A. (2018). Regionaler Strukturwandel und neue Pfadentwicklung durch Innovation. Herausforderungen für die Politik. In K. Koschatzky, & T. Stahlecker (Eds.), Innovationsbasierter regionaler Strukturwandel in Deutschland: Chancen, Risiken und politische Perspektiven (pp. 51-71). Fraunhofer Verlag. ISI-Schriftenreihe Innovationspotenziale


Tödtling, F., Isaksen, A., & Trippl, M. (2018). Regions and clusters and the global economy. In R. Kloosterman, V. Mamadouh, & P. Terhorst (Eds.), Handbook on the Geographies of Globalization (pp. 329-339). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..


Isaksen, A., Martin, R., & Trippl, M. (2018). New avenues for regional innovation systems and policy. In A. Isaksen, R. Martin, & M. Trippl (eds.) (Eds.), New avenues for regional innovation systems - theoretical advances, empirical cases and policy lessons (pp. 1-19). Springer International Publishing.


Gjelsvik, M., & Trippl, M. (2018). Financial organizations: an overlooked element in regional innovation systems. In A. Isaksen, R. Martin, & M. Trippl (Eds.), New avenues for regional innovation systems - theoretical advances, empirical cases and policy lessons (1 ed., pp. 107-125). Springer International Publishing. doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71661-9_6


2017


2019


Asheim, B., Isaksen, A., & Trippl, M. (2019). Advanced Introduction to Regional Innovation Systems. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. Elgar Advanced Introductions series


Maier, G., & Trippl, M. (2019). Location/allocation of regional growth. In R. Capello, & P. Nijkamp (Eds.), Handbook of Regional Growth and Development Theories : Revised and Extended Second Edition (pp. 48-61). Edward Elgar Publishing. doi.org/10.4337/9781788970020.00009


2020


Asheim, B., Isaksen, A., & Trippl, M. (2020). The role of the Regional Innovation System approach in contemporary regional policy: is it still relevant in a globalised world? In M. González-López, & B. T. Asheim (Eds.), Regions and Innovation Policies in Europe: Learning from the Margins (pp. 12-29). Edward Elgar Publishing. New horizons in regional science doi.org/10.4337/9781789904161.00006


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