November 2016

Regional Studies Association Winter Conference 2016. November 24th-25th, London.

  • Roberto Ganau (LSE) presented his work in progress with Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE): “Inward FDI and regional performance in Europe after the crisis”.

National Bureau of Economic Research, productivity lunch seminar: November 22nd, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • Arnaud Dyèvre presented his work in progress with Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE) and Frank Neffke (Harvard): “Internationalisation and the Spread of Innovation across Cities in the World”.

 

March 2017

University of Birmingham, GVC/City REDI Seminar Series: March 1st.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi presented several of his current streams of research about foreign direct investment and city-level innovation.

London School of Economics, lunch seminar for economic geography students: March 13th.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi presented his current research to postgraduate students of the MSc Local Economic Development.

 

April 2017

American Association of Geographers, annual meeting:  April 5th-9th, Boston.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi presented his work in progress with Arnaud Dyèvre (LSE) and Frank Neffke (Harvard): “Internationalisation and the Spread of Innovation across cities in the World”.

 

May 2017

Spatial Economics Research Annual Conference: May 18th-19th, London.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi presented his work in progress with Arnaud Dyèvre (LSE) and Frank Neffke (Harvard): “Foreign Direct Investment and City-level Innovation: evidence from across the globe”.

 

August-September 2017

57th European Regional Science Association (ERSA) Annual Conference: August 29th-September 1st, Groningen.

  • Roberto Ganau (LSE) presented his work in progress with Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE): “Inward FDI and regional performance in Europe after the crisis”.

 

October 2017

Integrated Planning, Design and Finance for Urban Resilience @ EU Week of Regions: October 10th, Brussels.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE) delivered a keynote lecture in Brussels, at the 2017 Week of Region, organised by the European Commission.

 

November 2017

64th Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International. November 8th-11th, Vancouver.

  • Nicola Cortinovis (Erasmus University Rotterdam) will present his work in progress with Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE) and Frank van Oort (Erasmus University Rotterdam): “Multinational enterprises, cognitive relatedness and employment in European regions”.
  • Riccardo Crescenzi will present his work in progress with Arnaud Dyevre (LSE) and Frank Neffke (Harvard): “Catalysts of Regional Innovation: How Foreign Firms allow New Places to Join the Global Innovation Contest”.

LSE inaugural lecture. “The Multinational World: how cities and regions win or lose in the global innovation contest”. November 15th, London.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE) will deliver his inaugural lecture about what makes it possible for some cities and regions to join the exclusive ‘world innovation club’. An event hosted by the Department of Geography and Environment at the LSE.

Regional Studies Association Winter Conference 2017. November 16th-17th, London.

  • Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE) will present his work in progress with Marco Di Cataldo (LSE) and Alessandra Faggian (Gran Sasso Science Institute): “Internationalised at work and localistic at home: the ‘split’ Europeanisation behind Brexit”.
  • Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE) will moderate a roundtable on the Cohesion Policy of the European Union after the Economic Crisis and Brexit.
  • Roberto Ganau (LSE) will present his work in progress with Riccardo Crescenzi (LSE): “Make America innovative again and the ‘magic’ of foreign investment”.