Publications

Working paper

  1. Broekel, T. and Mewes, L. (2017), Analyzing the impact of R&D policy on regional diversification Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography, #17.26 (pdf).

Articles in peer-reviewed international journals

  1. von Bloh, J., Broekel, T., Özgun, B., & Sternberg, R. (2019). New(s) data for entrepreneurship research? An innovative approach to use Big Data on media coverage. Small Business Economics. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-019-00209-x (pdf)
  2. Broekel, T. (2019). Using structural diversity to measure the complexity of technologies. PLoS ONE, 14(5), 1–27. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216856 (pdf)
  3. Bednarz, M. & Broekel, T. (2019), The relationship of policy induced R&D networks and inter-regional knowledge diffusion Journal of Evolutionary Economics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00191-019-00621-2 (pdf).
  4. Broekel, T. & Bednarz, M. (2018), Disentangling link formation and dissolution in spatial networks: An application of a two-mode STERGM to a project-based R&D network in the German biotechnology industry Networks and Spatial Economics, 18(3), 677-704, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11067-018-9430-1 (pdf)
  5. Gardt, M. & Broekel, T. & Gareis, P. & Litmeyer, M-L (2018), Einfluss von Windenergieanlagen auf die Entwicklung des Tourismus in Hessen, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie, 62(1), https://doi.org/10.1515/zfw-2017-0014 (pdf)
  6. Broekel, T. and Rogge, N. and Brenner, T. (2018), The innovation efficiency of German regions – a shared-input DEA approach, Review of Regional Research, 38:77-109 (pdf)
  7. Broekel, T. and Mueller, W. (2018), Critical links in knowledge networks – What about proximities and gatekeeper organisations? Industry & Innovation, 25(10):919-939 (pdf)
  8. Roesler, C. and Broekel, T. (2017), The role of universities in a network of subsidized R&D collaboration: The case of the biotechnology-industry in Germany, Review of Regional Research, 37(2):135-160 (pdf)
  9. Menzel, M-P and Feldman and Broekel, T. (2017), Institutional Change and Network Evolution: Explorative and Exploitative Tie Formations of Co-Inventors During the Dot-com Bubble in the Research Triangle Region, Regional Studies, 51(8):1179-1191 (pdf)
  10. Mewes, L. and Broekel, T. (2017), Unrelated und Related Variety im Kontext öffentlicher F&E: empirische Evidenz aus deutschen Arbeitsmarktregionen, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie, 61(1):23-37 (pdf)
  11. Broekel, T. and Brachert, M. and Duschl, M. and Brenner, T. (2017), Joint R and D subsidies, related variety, and regional innovation, International Regional Science Review, 40(3): 297-326 (pdf).
  12. Radin, R. and Broekel, T. and Khanh, T. and Proochista, A. (2016), Analyzing Demand-Side Efficiency in Global Health: An Application to Maternal Care in Vietnam, Health Policy and Planning, 31 (9): 1281-1290 (pdf)
  13. Stuck, J., Broekel, T., Revilla Diez, J. (2016), Network structures in Regional Innovation Systems, European Planning Studies, 24(3): 423-442 (pdf)
  14. Breul, M., Broekel, T., Brachert, M. (2015), Die räumliche Evolution der Photovoltaik-Industrie in Deutschland: Emergenz und Clusterung neuer Branchen, Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie, 59(3):133-150 (pdf)
  15. Broekel, T. and Alfken, C. (2015), Gone with the wind? The impact of wind turbines on tourism demand, Energy Policy, 86:506-519 (pdf)
  16. Broekel, T. and Brachert, M. (2015), The Structure and Evolution of Intersectoral Technological Complementarity in R&D in Germany from 1990 to 2011, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 25(4):755-785 (pdf).
  17. Broekel, T.; Fornahl, D; Morrison, A. (2015), Another cluster premium : Innovation subsidies and R & D collaboration networks. Research Policy, 44(8):1431–1444 (pdf).
  18. Broekel, T. (2015), The co-evolution of proximities – a network level study. Regional Studies, 49(6):921-935 (pdf).
  19. Broekel, T. (2015), Do cooperative R&D subsidies stimulate regional innovation efficiency? Evidence from Germany. Regional Studies, 49(7):1087-1110 (pdf).
  20. Broekel, T. and Buerger, M. and Brenner, T. (2015), An investigation of the relation between cooperation and the innovative success of German regions. Spatial Economic Analysis, 10(1):52-78 (pdf).
  21. Alfken, C. and Broekel, T. and Sternberg, R. (2014), Factors explaining the spatial agglomeration of the Creative Class – Empirical evidence for German artists. European Planning Studies, 23(12):2438-2463 (pdf).
  22. Broekel, T. and Balland, P.-A. and Burger, M. and van Oort, F. (2014), Modeling knowledge networks in economic geography: A discussion of four empirical strategies. Annals of Regional Science, 53(2): 423-452, DOI:10.1007/s00168-014-0616-2 (pdf).
  23. Broekel, T. and Hartog, M. (2013), Explaining the structure of inter-organizational networks using exponential random graph models Industry and Innovation, 20(3):277-295 (pdf).
  24. Binder, M. and Broekel, T. (2012), The Neglected Dimension of Well-Being: Analyzing the Development of “Conversion Efficiency” in Great Britain.  Journal of Socio-Economics, 41(1): 37-47 (pdf).
  25. Broekel, T. (2012), Collaboration intensity and regional innovation efficiency in Germany – A conditional efficiency approach. Industry and Innovation, 19(3): 155-179 (pdf).
  26. Broekel, T. and Graf, H. (2012), Public research intensity and the structure of German R&D networks: A comparison of ten technologies. Economics of Innovation and New Technology, 21(4): 345-372 (pdf).
  27. Binder, M. and Broekel, T. (2011), Happiness no matter the cost? An examination on how efficiently individuals reach their happiness levels. Journal of Happiness Studies, 13(4):621-645 (pdf).
  28. Fornahl, D. and Broekel, T. and Boschma, R. (2011), What drives patent performance of German biotech firms? The impact of R&D subsidies, knowledge networks and their location. Papers in Regional Science, 90(2): 395-418 (pdf).
  29. Broekel, T. and Boschma, R. (2012), Knowledge Networks in the Dutch Aviation Industry – The Proximity Paradox. Journal of Economic Geography, 12 (2): 409-433 (pdf).
  30. Broekel, T. and Boschma, R. (2011), Aviation, Space or Aerospace? Exploring the knowledge networks of two industries in the Netherlands. European Planning Studies, 19(7): 1205-1227 (pdf).
  31. Binder, M. and Broekel, T. (2011), Applying A Nonparametric Efficiency Analysis to Measure Conversion Efficiency in Great Britain. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 12(2): 257-281 (pdf).
  32. Coad, A. and Broekel, T. (2012), Firm Growth and Productivity Growth: Evidence from a Panel VAR. Applied Economics, 40(12):1251-1269 (pdf).
  33. Brenner, T. and Broekel, T. (2011), Methodological Issues in Measuring Innovation Performance of Spatial Units. Industry and Innovation, 18(11):7:37 (pdf).
  34. Buerger, M., Broekel, T., and Coad, A. (2012), Regional Dynamics of Innovation – Investigating the Co-Evolution of Patents, R&D, and Employment. Regional Studies, 46(5):565-582 (pdf).
  35. Broekel, T. and Brenner, T. (2011), Regional Factors and Innovativeness – An Empirical Analysis of Four German Industries. The Annals of Regional Science, 47(1):169-194 (pdf).
  36. Broekel, T. and M. Binder (2007), The Regional Dimension of Knowledge Transfers: a Behavioral Approach. Industry and Innovation, 14 (2):151-175 (pdf).

Books

  1. Broekel, T. (2016), Wissens- und Innovationsgeographie in der Wirtschaftsförderung – Grundlagen für die Praxis, Springer Gabler, 125 Seiten, ISBN 978-3-658-13934-6 (pdf).

Book chapters

  1. Broekel T., Graf H. (2019) Innovationspolitik und Netzwerke. In: Stember J., Fink A., Pongratz P., Vogelgesang M. (eds) Handbuch Innovative Wirtschaftsförderung. Springer Gabler, Wiesbaden, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-21597-2_28-1 (pdf)
  2. Broekel, T. and Hartog, M. (2013), Determinants of cross-regional R&D collaboration networks: an application of exponential random graph models. in: The geography of networks and R&D collaborations, Advances in Spatial Science, Springer (pdf).
  3. Witt, U., T. Broekel and T. Brenner (2012), Knowledge and its Economic Characteristics: a Conceptual Clarification. In: R. Arena, A. Festré and N. Lazaric (eds.), Handbook of Economics and Knowledge. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. Previously as Jena Economic Research Papers, #2007-013 (pdf).

Articles in national journals

  1. Brökel, T. and Sternberg, R. (2012), Wider die geographisch zu enge Erfassung der Netzwerke deutscher Humangeographen – Kommentar zur Netzwerkanalyse von Steinbrink et al., Berichte zur deutschen Landeskunde 86(4): 369-375 (pdf).

Articles in none peer-reviewed international journals

  1. Broekel, T. and Boschma, R. (2016), The cognitive and geographical structure of knowledge links and how they influence firms’ innovation performance, Regional Statistics 6(2):3-26 (pdf). Also available as Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography, # 11.18 (pdf).

Miscellaneous

  1. Broekel, T. (2017), Measuring technological complexity – Current approaches and a new measure of structural complexity arXiv.org Working Paper arXiv:1708.07357 (pdf).
  2. Broekel, T. and Schimke, A. and Brenner, T. (2011), The effects of cooperative R&D subsidies and subsidized cooperation on employment growth. KIT Working Paper Series in Economics, #34 (pdf).
  3. Broekel, T. and Schlump, C. (2009), The Importance of R&D Subsidies and Technological Infrastructure for Regional Innovation Performance – A Conditional Efficiency Approach. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography, #09.21 (pdf).
  4. Broekel, T. (2008), From Average to the Frontier: A Nonparametric Frontier Approach to the Analysis of Externalities and Regional Innovation Performance. Papers in Evolutionary Economic Geography, #08.04 (pdf).
  5. Broekel, T. and Brenner, T. (2007), Measuring Regional Innovativeness: a Methodological Discussion andan Application to One German Industry. DIME Working Papers, RAL3, #2007-13, and Jena Economic Research Papers, #2007-065 (pdf).
  6. Broekel, T. (2007), A Concordance between Industries and Technologies: Matching the technological fields of the Patentatlas to the German Industry Classification. Jena Economic Research Papers, #2007-041 (pdf).

Media coverage

  1. “New Economics”, Wirtschaftswoche: “Andere Idee”, 10.06.2013, Nr. 24
  2. “Heute Oper, morgen Wachstum?”, Welt am Sonntag, 26.5.2013, Nr. 21
  3. “Windräder vertreiben Urlauber”, Hannoveraner Allgemeine Zeitung, 27.8.2015, Nr. 199
  4. “Touristenschreck Windräder”, NDR 1 Niedersachsen, Regional aus dem Studio Oldenburg, Beitrag vom 31.8.2015
  5. “Studie: Windkraft hält Gäste ab”, Ostfriesen-Zeitung, 29.8.2015
  6. “Windkraft hat negativen Einfluss auf Tourismus”, Holz-Zentralblatt, 141, Nr. 37
  7. Studie zum Einfluss von Windkraftanlagen auf den Tourismus in Deutschland“, 0511/tv.lokal, h1 – Fernsehen aus Hannover”
  8. “Touristen schreckt Windkraft nicht” Energiekommune 11/2015