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The entrepreneurial university and the region: what role for entrepreneurship departments?
R Pugh, W Lamine, S Jack, E Hamilton
Dislocation: Awkward Spatial Transitions, 135-155, 2021
1532021
Universities and economic development in lagging regions:‘Triple helix’policy in Wales
R Pugh
Regional studies 51 (7), 982-993, 2017
1162017
A step into the unknown: Universities and the governance of regional economic development
R Pugh, E Hamilton, S Jack, A Gibbons
European Planning Studies 24 (7), 1357-1373, 2016
912016
Developing local entrepreneurial ecosystems through integrated learning initiatives: the Lancaster case
R Pugh, D Soetanto, SL Jack, E Hamilton
Small Business Economics 56, 833-847, 2021
782021
From ‘entrepreneurial’to ‘engaged’universities: social innovation for regional development in the Global South
E Thomas, R Pugh
Regional Studies 54 (12), 1631-1643, 2020
672020
‘Old wine in new bottles’? Smart Specialisation in Wales
RE Pugh
Regional Studies, Regional Science 1 (1), 152-157, 2014
652014
Peripheries within economic geography: Four “problems” and the road ahead of us
R Pugh, A Dubois
Journal of Rural Studies 87, 267-275, 2021
572021
Questioning the implementation of smart specialisation: Regional innovation policy and semi-autonomous regions
R Pugh
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 36 (3), 530-547, 2018
462018
From ‘Techniums’ to ‘emptiums’: The failure of a flagship innovation policy in Wales
R Pugh, NG MacKenzie, D Jones-Evans
Regional Studies 52 (7), 1009-1020, 2018
392018
Transformation of regional innovation policies: From ‘traditional’to ‘next generation’models of incubation
M Kautonen, R Pugh, M Raunio
European Planning Studies 25 (4), 620-637, 2017
382017
Enabling conditions for regional Triple Helix systems
Y Cai, R Pugh, L Cui
Helice 4 (4), 2015
252015
An “orphan” creative industry: Exploring the institutional factors constraining the Canadian fashion industry
T Brydges, R Pugh
Growth and Change 48 (4), 942-962, 2017
232017
Coming into fashion: Expanding the entrepreneurial ecosystem concept to the creative industries through a Toronto case study
T Brydges, R Pugh
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 65 (3), 346-367, 2021
222021
Awesome women and bad feminists: the role of online social networks and peer support for feminist practice in academia
H Bayfield, L Colebrooke, H Pitt, R Pugh, N Stutter
cultural geographies 27 (3), 415-435, 2020
222020
Beyond ambidexterity: universities and their changing roles in driving regional development in challenging times
E Thomas, R Pugh, D Soetanto, SL Jack
The Journal of Technology Transfer 48 (6), 2054-2073, 2023
192023
Entrepreneurial universities’ metamorphosis: Encountering technological and emotional disruptions in the COVID-19 ERA
M Guerrero, R Pugh
Technovation 118, 102584, 2022
192022
Nuancing the roles of entrepreneurial universities in regional economic development
R Pugh, E Hamilton, D Soetanto, S Jack, A Gibbons, N Ronan
Studies in Higher Education 47 (5), 964-972, 2022
182022
Who speaks for economic geography?
R Pugh
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (7), 1525-1531, 2018
182018
Challenges with strategic placed-based innovation policy: Implementation of smart specialization in Estonia and Wales
K Valdmaa, R Pugh, J Müür
European Planning Studies 29 (4), 681-698, 2021
162021
Beyond global hubs: Broadening the application of systems approaches
A Tsvetkova, R Pugh, J Schmutzler
Local Economy 34 (8), 755-766, 2019
152019
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