Articles

Breschi, S., Lissoni, F., Miguelez, E. (2017) “Foreign-origin inventors in the USA: testing for diaspora and brain gain effects”, Journal of Economic Geography (in press, doi: 10.1093/jeg/lbw044)

Miguelez, E., Moreno, R. (2017) “Relatedness, external linkages and regional innovation in Europe” (conditionally accepted, Regional Studies)

Miguelez, E., Moreno, R. (2017) “Networks, Diffusion of Knowledge, and Regional Innovative Performance”, International Regional Science Review, 40(4)

Turok, I., Bailey, D., Clark, J., Du, J., Fratesi, U., Fritsch, M., Harrison, J., Kemeny, T., Kogler, D., Lagendijk, A., Mickiewicz, T., Miguelez, E., Usai, S., Wishlade, F. (2017) “Global reversal, regional revival?” Regional Studies 51, 1–8

Miguélez (2016) “Inventor diasporas and the internationalization of technology”, World Bank Economic Review (In press, doi:10.1093/wber/lhw013)

Miguélez, R. Moreno (2015) “Knowledge flows and the absorptive capacity of regions”, Research Policy, 44(4): 833–848

F. Lissoni, E. Miguélez (2015) “Patents, Innovation, and Economic Geography” The WIPO Journal, 6(1): 37-49

E. Miguélez, R. Moreno (2013) “What Attracts Knowledge Workers? The Role of Space and Social Connections”, Journal of Regional Science, 54(1): 33–60

E. Miguélez, R. Moreno (2013) “Do labour mobility and networks foster geographical knowledge diffusion? The case of European regions”, Growth and Change, 44(2): 321-354

E. Miguélez, R. Moreno (2013) “Skilled labour mobility, networks and knowledge creation in regions: A panel data approach”, The Annals of Regional Science, 51(1): 191-212

R. Moreno, E. Miguélez (2012) “A relational approach to the Geography of Innovation: A typology of regions”, Journal of Economic Surveys vol. 26(3): 492-516

M.J. Artis, E. Miguélez, R. Moreno (2012) “Agglomeration economies and regional intangible assets: an empirical investigation”, Journal of Economic Geography, 12(6): 1167-1189

Miguélez, E., Moreno, R. (2011) “Research networks and inventors’ mobility as drivers of innovation: Evidence from Europe”, Regional Studies, published online iFirst doi: 10.1080/00343404.2011.618803

Miguelez, E., Moreno, R., Artís, M. (2011) “Does social capital reinforce technological inputs in the creation of knowledge? Evidence from the Spanish regions”, Regional Studies, vol. 45(8): 1019-1038

Miguélez, E., Moreno, R., Suriñach, J. (2010) “Inventors on the move: tracing inventors’ mobility and its spatial distribution” Papers in Regional Science, vol. 89 (2): 251-274

 

Work in progress and Working papers (list of current and former downloadable working papers here)

Useche, D. , Miguelez, E., Lissoni, F.  – “Highly-skilled migrants and Cross-border M&A: Firm-level evidence” (R&R, Journal of International Business Studies)

Ackcigit, U., Caicedo, S., Miguelez. E., Stantcheva, S., Sterzi, V. – “Dancing with the Stars: Interactions and human capital accumulation”

Miguelez. E., Sterzi, V. – “MNC in Emerging Countries: Is Labour Mobility a Source of Spillovers?”

C. Fink, E. Miguélez, J. Raffo (2013) “The global race for inventors”, mimeo [VOX EU article]

E. Miguélez, J. Raffo (2013) “The spatial distribution of migrant inventors”, mimeo

Miguelez, E. and Fink, C. (2013) “Measuring the international mobility of inventors: a new database” WIPO Economic Research Working Paper No. 8

Miguélez, E. (2013) “How does geographical mobility of inventors influence network formation?”, WIPO Economic Research Working Paper No. 7

Miguélez, E., Gómez-Miguélez, I. (2011) “Singling out individual inventors from patent data”, IREA Working Paper 2011/05

Book Chapters

E. Miguélez, R. Moreno, J. Suriñach (2013) “The knowledge networking regions”, in: Roberta Capello and Camilla Lenzi, The Territorial Dimension of the Knowledge Economy in Europe, Routledge.

E. Miguélez, R. Moreno, J. Suriñach (2013) “Territorial patterns of innovation and knowledge flows”, in: Roberta Capello and Camilla Lenzi, The Territorial Dimension of the Knowledge Economy in Europe, Routledge.

R. Moreno, E. Miguélez (2013) “A relational approach to the Geography of Innovation: A typology of regions”, in: Philip McCann and Les Oxley, Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Geography and Growth, John Wiley & Sons Inc., West Sussex (UK).

Book Reviews

Review of Ugo Fratesi and Lanfranco Senn (Eds.): “Growth and Innovation of Competitive Regions. The Role of Internal and External Connections” (with Rosina Moreno) Journal of Regional Science, vol. 51 (1): 222-224

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