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Conferences

Conferences

Fingleton
Conference papers delivered or scheduled 1996 (jointly with J McCombie) 'Regional Economic Growth : some evidence for manufacturing from the EU regions', at ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Conference, Jan 1996, Downing College, Cambridge
1996 'Increasing returns and economic growth: some evidence from the European Union regions' at 27th Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association University of Edinburgh, September 1996
1998 'Regional economic growth and convergence : insights from a spatial econometric perspective' Regional Science Association International November 1998 Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA
1999 ‘Equilibrium and economic growth: spatial econometric models and simulations’ at European Regional Science Association, 39th Congress, University College Dublin Ireland, August 1999
2001 'Theoretical economic geography and spatial econometrics : bridging the gap between theory and evidence' to be presented at Applied Econometric Association meeting, Palm Springs, California USA Feb 2001
McCombie
ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Study Group Meeting Downing College Cambridge, January 1996, "Increasing Returns and Economic Growth. Evidence for Manufacturing from the European Union Regions". With B Fingleton.
Post Keynesian Economics Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, June 1996
"On the Empirics of Balance-of-Payments Constrained Growth"
10th Malvern Conference on Political Economy, Malvern, August 1996
" Rhetoric, Paradigms, and the Relevance of the Aggregate Production Function"
"Harrod: Growth and Trade Theory", University of Genoa, Italy, September, 1996, "Harrod and Growth in an International Context"
Keynes After 60 Years: His Relevance Today, Dubrovnik, Croatia, (University of Zagreb) November 1996 "Keynes, the Post Keynesians, the New Keynesians and Involuntary Unemployment"
Post Keynesian Economics Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, June 1998
“European Integration, the EMU and Regional Growth”.
Verdoorn’s Law after 50 Years, University of Genoa, Italy, September, 1999
“Increasing Returns and Economic Growth from a Kaldorian Perspective”.
Globalisation, Crisis? What Crisis? Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, September
1999[Joint Organiser]. “An Historical Perspective on Speculative Bubbles and Financial Crises: Tulipmania and the South Sea Bubble” with M Baddeley.
Post Keynesian Study Group: Manchester Metropolitan University. April 2000 “What do
Production Functions Tell Us?
Post Keynesian Economics Conference, Knoxville, Tennessee, June, 2000
“Second Thoughts on Solow’s “Second Thoughts on Growth Theory”
Tyler
Evaluating Local Area Regeneration Initiatives, Glasgow University, 2000
Evaluation; A Tool for Developing Local Partnerships, LEPU, University of the South Bank, 2000
Statistical and Social Inquiry Society Symposium; Urban Regeneration in Dublin and Belfast, April 2000.
Do Area Based Initiatives Work-The Experience of the Single Regeneration Budget, Sheffield Hallam University, October 2000.
Regional Employment Evolutions in the European Union. EU Regional Policy Conference. Aix en Provence, September 2000.
The Economic Consequences of Local Factory Closures; A Case Study of Mackies. Paper given to the Training and Employment Agency, Northern Ireland 2000
Funding Regional Development, Regional Studies Conference, Sheffield, June 2000.
Urban Regeneration in Northern Ireland, Conference at Templepatrick, 2000
The Evaluation of Area Based Initiatives; Evidence Based Approaches to Regeneration, 2000
Issues in European Regional Economics. Cambridge Property Research Club, Cambridge, 1999.
Regional Labour Market Evolutions; the European Union and the United States Compared. Regional Studies Association Conference, Bilbao, Spain September 1999
Forecasting Geographical Variations in Retail Rents. Delivered to the RICS Cutting Edge Conference, Cambridge September 1999
DETR Housing Expert Seminar, January, Department, Environment, Transport and the Regions. January 1999.
The Achievements of the London Docklands Development Corporation. Delivered at a conference at the University of East London, London, 1998 and also the Department of
Land Economy Property Research Club meeting, June 1998.
Key Issues in Evaluating the Single regeneration Budget. London, 1998. Delivered to conference at the University of the South Bank, London 1998.
An Evaluation of the Single Regeneration Budget Challenge Fund. Paper delivered to Sheffield University, May 1998.
Evaluating Local Area Economic Regeneration Programmes. Paper delivered to Leeds Metropolitan University, May 1998.
Regional Wage Rigidity in the United Kingdom; the European Union and the United States compared. Paper delivered to the Regional Studies Association Conference, Frankfurt, Germany, September 1997.
Local Area Economic Regeneration. The Agenda for Policy and Key Evaluation Issues. Paper presented to Highlands and Islands Enterprise, 20 March 1997.
Evaluating the Impact of Local Economic Policies. Paper given to conference at Leeds Metropolitan University, 12 March 1997.
Business Success in the Countryside; Evaluating Performance and Guiding Policy Formulation. Queen’s University, Belfast. 6th January 1997.
Urban Regeneration in the United Kingdom: The London Docklands Development Corporation. April 1997. Paper presented to Meikei University, Japan.
Local Area Economic Regeneration; The Agenda for Policy and Key Evaluation Issues. 20 March 1997. Paper presented to Highlands and Islands Enterprise.
Evaluating the Impact of Local Economic Policies. 12 March 1997. Paper given to conference at Leeds Metropolitan University.
Business Success in the Countryside - Evaluating Performance and Guiding Policy Formulation. 6 January 1997, Queens University Belfast
Moore
A paper on Interfirm links between regionally clustered high-technology SMEs, 4th Annual International Conference on High-technology small firms, University of Twente, Netherlands, Sep.1996.
The institutional and policy framework for RTD-intensive SME development in the Cambridge region, a paper presented at a European Commission TSER, 4th framework network conference, Nice, September 1996.
Interfirm links between regionally clustered high-technology SMEs ; a comparison of Cambridge and Oxford innovation networks, (with C Lawson), paper presented to the 4th Annual International Conference on High-technology small firms, University of Twente, Netherlands, Sept. 1996
University/Industry links and SMEs; the experience of Cambridge and Oxford a paper presented at a European Commission TSER, 4th Framework Network Conference, Technology University of Munich, Munich 28th February 1997 (with D Keeble)
The impact and effectiveness of the Single Market Programme on the Banking and Credit Sector of the EU. A paper presented to a Conference of bankers and the European Commission 19th February, 1997, London.
A paper on `the impact and effectiveness of internal market integration on the banking and credit sector of the EU`, Universita Commerciale, Luigi Bocconi, Milan may 1996.
The impact and effectiveness of the Single Market Programme on the Banking and Credit sector of the EU. Seminar at the Bank of England, 7th March 1997
Innovative behaviour of technology based SMEs. Paper presented to Conference on Innovation and Performance of high-technmology SMEs organised jointly by the Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge and the University of Warwick at Robinson College, Cambridge, March 17th 1997
Innovative behaviour in research and market orientated technology based SMEs. Paper presented at a conference on Innovation and the performance of Small and Medium sized Enterprises, 17th March 1977, Robinson College Cambridge is being prepared for submission to a journal.
The impact of the Single Market Programme on the Banking and Credit sector of the European Union, a seminar given to the Bank of England, March 1997.
Prospects for Britain`s Cities. The 1997 IPD Conference, Brighton, November 1997
The post redundancy experience: a study of local labour market adjustment. The 1997 European Regional Science Association Annual Conference in Rome, Italy, August 26-29 1997.
Impact of the SMP on Banking in the EU, Paper given to the Bank of England Seminar on the March 1997
Evaluation of the Single Market programme and Banking Developments in the EU, Paper given to a Treasury Seminar June 1997
Innovative Milieux In Cambridge and Oxford, Paper given to a conference organised by the Oxford Trust on February 1997.
Interfirm links between regionally clustered high-technology SMEs ; a comparison of Cambridge and Oxford innovation networks, (with C Lawson, D Keeble, H Lawton Smith and F Wilkinson), paper presented to the 4th Annual International Conference on High-technology small firms, University of Twente, Netherlands, Sept. 1996
University/Industry links and SMEs; the experience of Cambridge and Oxford a paper presented at a European Commission TSER, 4th Framework Network Conference, Technology University of Munich, Munich 28th February 1997 (with D Keeble)
The impact and effectiveness of the Single Market Programme on the Banking and Credit Sector of the EU. A paper presented to a Conference of bankers and the European Commission 19th February, 1997, London.
The impact and effectiveness of internal market integration on the banking and credit sector of the EU`, Universita Commerciale, Luigi Bocconi, Milan may 1996.
Innovative behaviour of technology based SMEs. Paper presentedto Conference on Innovation and Performance of high-technmology SMEs organised jointly by the Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge and the University of Warwick at Robinson College, Cambridge, March 17th 1997
Impact of the Single Market Programme on EU Banking and Credit Sectors (with E Gardener and P Molyneux) to a Conference on the Internationalisation of Financial Services, August 8th 1997, Singapore.
University and Technology-Intensive SME Research Collaboration, Spin-offs and Recruitment in the Cambridge Region (with D. Keeble) Paper presented to the Munich meeting of the European Network on "Networks, collective learning and RTD in regionally-clustered high-technology SMEs", Technical University of Munich, 28th February, March 1997
Collective learning processes and inter-firm networking in innovative high-technology regions (with D.Keeble et al), paper presented at the Regional Studies Association "Regional Frontiers" EURRN European Conference,20-23 September 1997, Frankfurt, Germany
The economic crisis in Asia Pacific and implications for corporate strategy in the manufacturing sector, a lecture for The Manufacturing Leaders` Programme, University of Cambridge Dept. of Engineering, june 22nd Wolfson College, Cambridge
Collective learning and innovative milieu; Policy implications. A seminar presentation and discussion at the University of Goteberg, Sweden, 17th April 1998
Small high-technology firms in the UK, (with A. Hughes), paper presented to a conference `Enterprise Britain` at Queens College, Cambridge, September 28th 1998.
Collective learning and interfirm networks, a paper presented to the European Regional Science Association, Vienna, September 1st 1998
Commercial investment property-towards a comprehensive geography (with D. McBurney and T Key) A paper presented to the RICS Cutting Edge Conference, de Montfort University, 4th September 1998
Evaluating the impact of Enterprise Zones in the UK. A paper to be presented to a conference on Evaluating Regional Policies at the University of Trollhattan Uddevalla, Sweden, 17-19, June 1999.
Competitiveness of Britains Cities, (with I Begg) a paper presented to the Number 10 Policy Unit and the DETR in preparation for the White Paper on urban issues, 16 March 1999
The Asian Crisis and Property Markets, a lecture in the Union Society, Cambridge, to visitors to Cambridge from the the University of Redlands, US, April 27th 1999.
Regional approaches to the internationalisation of financial services: The EU (with E Gardener, P Molyneux and L Winters). A paper to be presented to a conference on `The liberalisation and internationalisation of financial services`, jointly sponsored by the World Bank and the WTO, Geneva, May 10th 1999
The People: Where will they work? A review paper for the Eastern Region (with P Townroe), a paper presented to A Town and Country Planning (TCPA) conference, University Arms Hotel, Cambridge, 1st June 1999.
An overview of city performance in post-war Britain ESRC Cities` Convention 6th-7th of December 1999 (with I Begg)
Long run trends in the competitiveness of British cities, paper presented to an ESRC Symposium on Urban Competitiveness, Technopark, South Bank University, 10th-11th April, 2000
Recent trends in retail banking in the EU, a lecture given to MBA students from the University of Redlands, USA, Cambridge, May 2000