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  • Archibugi, D The Social Imagination for an Innovative Recovery ‘Research Policy’, 2017, forthcoming, available at
  • Archibugi, D Blade Runner Economics. Will Innovation Lead us Out of Crisis? ‘Research Policy’, 2017, forthcoming, available at
  • Crescenzi, R., Filippetti, A. and S. Iammarino Academic Inventors: Collaboration and Proximity with Industry Journal of Technology Transfer (accepted for publication)
  • Filippetti, A. and B. D’Ippolito Appropriability of design-based innovation across organisational boundaries: exploring collaborative relationships between manufacturing firms and designers in Italy. Industry and Innovation (accepted for publication)
  • Filippetti, A, Frenz, M and Ietto-Gillies, G (2016) The impact of internationalization on innovation at countries’ level: The role of absorptive capacity, Cambridge Journal of Economics, in press.
  • Hein, W., Steinfield, L. Ourahmoune, N., Coleman, C., Tuncay Zayer, L. and Littlefield, J. (forthcoming) ‘Gender Justice and the Market: A Transformative Consumer Research Perspective’, Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, doi:
  • Ibeh, K., Awa, I., Makhmadshoev, D. and Madichie, N. (forthcoming), Nascent Multinationals From West Africa: Are Their Foreign Direct Investment Motivations Any Different?, International Marketing Review.
  • Ietto-Gillies, G. ‘The organizational and geographical boundaries of the firm. Focus on labour as a major stakeholder.’ (forthcoming Critical Perspectives on International Business)



  • Filippetti, A. and Guy, F. (2015) 'Skills and Social Insurance: Evidence from the Relative Persistence of Innovation during the Financial Crisis in Europe', Science and Public Policy, 43 (4): 505-517 doi: 10.1093/scipol/scv036
  • Rossi, F. and A. Rosli (2015) Indicators of university-industry knowledge transfer performance and their implications for universities: evidence from the United Kingdom, Studies in Higher Education, 40(10): 1970-1991
  • Andriani, L, Sabatini, F (2015) Trust and Prosocial Behaviour in a Process of State Capacity Building: the Case of the Palestinian Territories Journal of Institutional Economics, 11 04, 823-846 Awarded by the Economic Research Forum as the Best ERF 2014 Conference Paper in Institutional Economics.
  • Caloffi, A., Rossi, F., Russo, M. (2015)'What makes SMEs more likely to collaborate? Analysing the role of regional policy, European Planning Studies, 23(7): 1245-1264
  • Crescenzi R., Gagliardi L. and Iammarino S. (2015) "Foreign Multinationals and domestic innovation: intra-industry effects and firm heterogeneity", Research Policy, 44, 596–609
  • Henry, C (2015) ‘Doing Well by Doing Good: Opportunity Recognition and the Social Enterprise Partnership. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship’ (2). ISSN 1942-0676.s 137 - 160.s doi: 10.1080/19420676.2014.997780.
  • Henry, C Foss, L and Ahl, H (2015). Gender and Entrepreneurship Research: A review of methodological approaches. International Small Business Journal 2015. ISSN 0266-2426.s 1 - 25.s doi: 10.1177/0266242614549779. - See more
  • Henry, C, and Foss, L Case sensitive? A review of the literature on the use of case method in entrepreneurship research. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research 2015; Volum 21 (3). ISSN 1355-2554.s 389 - 409.s doi: 10.1108/IJEBR-03-2014-0054.
  • Henry, C; Foss, L; Fayolle, A, Walker, E and Duffy, S (2015) ‘Entrepreneurial Leadership and Gender: Exploring Theory and Practice in Global Contexts’. Journal of small business Management (Print) 2015; Volum 53 (3). ISSN 0047-2778.s 581 - 586.s doi: 10.1111/jsbm.12174.
  • Henry, C (2015) Entrepreneurship education evaluation: revisiting Storey to hunt for the heffalump. Education + Training 2015; Volum 57 (8-9). ISSN 0040-0912.s 816 - 833.s doi: 10.1108/ET-05-2015-0035. - See more
  • Lawton Smith, H, Bagchi-Sen, S and Edmunds, L Innovation capacity in the healthcare sector and historical anchors:  examples from the UK, Switzerland and the US Journal of Technology Transfer (available on-line).
  • Lawton Smith, H and Waters, R ( 2015) Regional synergies in triple helix regions: the case of local economic development policies Oxfordshire’ Industry and Higher Education 29, 1 25-36
  • 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


  • Frenz, M and Lambert, R (2014) The economics of accreditation, NCSL International Measure: The Journal of Measurement Science, 9, 2: 42-50.
  • Andriani, L (2014) 'Is Acting Prosocially Beneficial for the Credit Market?' Review of Social Economy, 72, 3: 354-378
  • Bagchi-Sen, S and Lawton Smith, H (2014) 'Firm heterogeneity in biotech: absorptive capacity, strategies, and local-regional connections' European Planning Studies 22: 1783 - 1801
  • Ibeh, K and Kasem, L. (2014) Internationalization's effect on marketing learning: a study of Syrian firms. Journal of Business Research 67 5 680-685. ISSN 0148-2963.
  • Iammarino S. and Marinelli, E. (2014), "Education-job (mis-)match and interregional migration. Italian university graduates transition to work", Regional Studies, DOI:10.1080/00343404.2014.965135.
  • Ietto-Gillies, G. (2014) ‘The Theory of the Transnational Corporation at 50+’. Economic Thought, 3.2, pp. 38-57.
  • Ietto-Gillies, G. (2014) ‘Reply to John Cantwell’s Commentary on Grazia Ietto-Gillies’ paper: “The Theory of the Transnational Corporation at 50+”’. Economic Thought, 3.2, pp. 67-69. .pdf here
  • Ietto-Gillies, G. (2014) (With Jeb Sprague), ‘Transnational Corporations in XXI Century Capitalism. An Interview with Grazia Ietto-Gillies’ Critical Perspectives on International Business, 10,1-2: pp.35-50
  • Lawton Smith, H and Leydesdorff, L (2014) 'The Triple Helix in the context of global change: dynamics and challenges' Prometheus , 32 4, 321-336. doi: 10.1080/08109028.2014.972135. ISSN 0810-9028.
  • Lawton Smith, H, Chapman, D, Wood, P, Barnes, T and Romeo, S (2014) 'Entrepreneurial academics and regional innovation systems: the case of spin-offs from London's universities' Environment and Planning C 32, 341-359
  • Rossi, F. and A. Rosli (2014) 'Indicators of university-industry knowledge transfer performance and their implications for universities: evidence from the United Kingdom' Studies in Higher Education 1-24.
  • Sompong, K Igel, B and Lawton Smith, H (2014) 'Strategic Alliance Motivation or Technology Commercialization and Product Development' Management Research Review 37,6 518-537


  • Archibugi, A, Filippetti, A and Frenz, M (2013) 'The impact of the economic crisis on innovation: Evidence from Europe' Technological Forecasting and Social Change 80 7, 1247-1260
  • Archibugi, D, Filippetti, A and Frenz, M (2013) Who innovates out of the crisis? The European Business Review, January-February 2013: 58-60.
  • Archibugi, D, Filippetti, A and Frenz, M (2013) Economic crisis and innovation: is destruction prevailing over accumulation? Research Policy 42, 2: 303-314.
  • Bodas Freitas, I., Geuna, A. and F. Rossi (2013) Finding the right partners: Institutional and personal modes of governance of university-industry Research Policy 42 1 50-62. ISSN 0048-7333. Downloaded from:
  • Boschma R., Iammarino S., Steinmueller W.E. (2013), "Editorial, Geography, Skills and Technological Change", Regional Studies, 47:10, 1615-1617, DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2013.823306.
  • D'Este P., Guy F., and Iammarino S. (2013), "Shaping the formation of university-industry research collaborations: what type of proximity does really matter?", Journal of Economic Geography, 13(4), pp. 537-558, DOI:10.1093/jeg/lbs010.
  • Fragkandreas, T. (2013) When Innovation Does Not Pay Off: Introducing the "European Regional Paradox". European Planning Studies, 21(12): 2078-2086
  • Guy, F (2013) 'Small, local and cheap? Walkable and car-oriented retail in competition', Spatial Economic Analysis, 8 4, 425-442.
  • Henry, C. (2013). "Entrepreneurship Education: A review of selected articles", 'VSI, International Small Business Journal, January, available at:available at:
  • Henry, C. and Treanor, L. (2013). "Where to now? - New Directions in Supporting New Venture Creation," International Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development, 20(2): 249-257, DOI: 10.1108/14626001311326824
  • Henry, C. (2013). "Entrepreneurship Education in Higher Education: Are policy makers expecting too much?" Journal of Education & Training, 55(8/9).
  • Iammarino S. and Jona Lasinio C. (2013), "ICT production and labour productivity in the Italian regions, European Urban and Regional Studies, February 2013, DOI: 10.1177/0969776412464504
  • Nielsen, K (2013) 'Debt crisis in European Varieties of Capitalism' Journal of Economic Issues, June 2013.


  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2012) The evaluation of research papers in the XXI century. The Open Peer Discussion system of the World Economics Association. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 6:54. doi: 10.3389/fncom.2012.00054
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2012) ‘Open peer review, open access and a House of Commons report’, real- world economics review, issue no 60 June 2012, pp.74-91,
  •  Kamnungwut, W and  Guy, F (2012) ‘Knowledge in the air and cooperation among firms: Traditions of secrecy and the reluctant emergence of specialization in the ceramic manufacturing district of Lampang, Thailand’. Environment and Planning A, 44:7, pp. 1679 – 1695 doi:10.1068/a44522.


  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2011) "The World Investment Report at 20", Review article of UNCTAD (2010), The World Investment Report 2010. Investing in a Low-Carbon Economy; Critical Perspectives on International Business, Vol. 7 Iss: 3, pp.271 - 280. click here
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2011) (With A. Filippetti and M. Frenz), ‘Are innovation and internationalization related? A comparative analysis of European countries’, Industry and Innovation, vol 18,5, July .
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2011) ‘The internationalization of production systems. Implications for firms, labour and countries’, Review article of: ‘The global Environment of Business’ by F. Guy, OUP, 2009, International Review of Applied Economics, 25, 2, March.


  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2010) Review article of: Clinton and Blair: The political economy of the Third Way by Flavio Romano, Routledge 2006, Review of Social Economy, September. click here
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2010)‘The economic crisis of 2008 and international business. Can we say anything meaningful about future scenarios?’, Futures, 42, 9: 910-19, November.


  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2009) ‘Conceptual issues behind the assessment of the degree of internationalization’. Transnational Corporations, 18, 3: 59-83, December.
  •  Ietto-Gillies G., (2009) (with Marion Frenz), The impact on innovation performance of different sources of knowledge. Evidence from the UK Community Innovation Survey, Research Policy, 38,7: 1125-35. click here


  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2008) “On quasi-markets and privatizations in public services”, review article of The Other Invisible Hand. Delivering Public Services through Choice and Competition, by Julian Le Grand, International Review of Applied Economics, 22, 3: 387- 95, May.
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2008) ‘A XXI century alternative to XX century peer review’ “ real-world economics review, 45: 10-22,  March 15,
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2008) “rejoinder on ‘A XXI century alternative to XX century peer review’, real-world economics review, 47, 259-60,


  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2007) ‘Theories of international production: a critical perspective’ in Critical Perspectives on International Business, vol. 3, n. 3, pp. 196-210.
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2007) With Frenz, M. ‘‘Does Multinationality Affect the Propensity to Innovate? An Analysis of the Third UK Community Innovation Survey’ International Review of Applied Economics, 21, 1: 99 -117, January. ISSN 0269-2171
  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2007) Contribution to: “Viewpoint. A discussion of Fashion Victims. Various responses to the report by War on Want”, G. Cairns, Critical perspectives on international Business, 3,2: 170-185; pp. 172-4.



  • Ietto-Gillies G., (2005) With Frenz, M and Girardone, C. ‘Multinationality matters in Innovation. The case of the UK Financial services’ Industry and Innovation, 12, 1: 65-92. ISSN: 1366-2716. click here





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