Jerker Moodysson is an Associate Professor of Innovation Studies at CIRCLE. The last couple of years he has been engaged in research on innovation and growth in different sectors and regions. He is also a teacher and supervisor at the Department of Human Geography, Lund University.
Moodysson, J., & Zukauskaite, E. (2012). Institutional conditions and innovation systems: on the impact of regional policy on firms in different sectors. Forthcoming in Regional Studies. (Download as working paper)
- Martin, R., & Moodysson, J. (2012). Comparing knowledge bases: On the geography and organization of knowledge sourcing in the regional innovation system of Scania, Sweden. Forthcoming in European Urban and Regional Studies. (OnlineFirst)
- Martin, R., Moodysson, J., & Zukauskaite, E. (2011). Regional Innovation Policy Beyond ‘Best Practice’: Lessons from Sweden. Journal of the Knowledge Economy, 2(4), 550-568.
- Martin, R., & Moodysson, J. (2011). Innovation in Symbolic Industries: The Geography and Organization of Knowledge Sourcing. European Planning Studies, 19(7), 1183-1203.
- Nilsson, M., & Moodysson, J. (2011): Policy coordination in systems of innovation: A structural-functional analysis of regional industry support in Sweden. CIRCLE Working Papers, WP2011/09. (Download working paper)
- Henning, M., Moodysson, J., Nilsson, M. (2010): Innovation and Regional Transformation: From Clusters to New Combinations. Malmö: Region Skåne. (Download in Swedish)
- Coenen, L., & Moodysson, J. (2009): Putting Constructed Regional Advantage into Swedish Practice. European Planning Studies, 17(4): 587-604.
- Moodysson, J. (2008): Principles and practices of knowledge creation: on the organization of ‘buzz’ and ‘pipelines’ in life science communities. Economic Geography, 84(4): 449-469.
- Moodysson, J., Coenen, L., & Asheim, B. (2008): Explaining Spatial Patterns of Innovation: Analytical and Synthetic Modes of Knowledge Creation in the Medicon Valley Life Science Cluster. Environment and Planning A, 40(5): 1040-1056.
Cluster life cycles – the role of actors, networks and institutions in emerging, growing, declining and renewing clusters. Financed by European Science Foundation/the Swedish Research Council (2011-2013).
- Next generation regional innovation policy: How to combine science and user driven approaches. Financed by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (2010-2012).
- Organisational Change for Innovation and Institutional Entrepreneurship in Health-Care Systems. Financed by the Joint Committee for Nordic Research Councils for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (NOS-HS) (2010-2013).