The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Higher education, Economic growth, Knowledge economy, Economic geography and Regional science. His research investigates the connection with Higher education and areas like Social science which intersect with concerns in Social contract, Stakeholder, Stakeholder theory and Humanities. He focuses mostly in the field of Economic growth, narrowing it down to topics relating to Corporate governance and, in certain cases, Education policy and International education.
His Economic geography research incorporates themes from Restructuring, Hybridity and Marketing buzz. His work is dedicated to discovering how Regional science, Organizational dynamics are connected with Economy and Agency and other disciplines. His study in Economy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Variety and Transition.
His main research concerns Public relations, Higher education, Economic growth, Public administration and Economic geography. His research integrates issues of Social engagement, Face, Entrepreneurship and Value in his study of Public relations. Paul Stephen Benneworth has researched Value in several fields, including The arts, Knowledge management and Humanities.
His work on Economic growth is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Regional science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Higher education, Regional science, Societal impact of nanotechnology and Peer review. His work in the fields of Responsible Research and Innovation overlaps with other areas such as Antecedent. His Higher education study is related to the wider topic of Economic growth.
His Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Knowledge economy, Realism and Institutionalisation. His Regional science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Corporate governance and Knowledge space. His studies in Peer review integrate themes in fields like Feeling and Social innovation.
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Peer review, Regional science, Higher education and Order. His work deals with themes such as Empirical evidence, Student engagement, Entrepreneurship and Regional policy, which intersect with Public relations. The various areas that Paul Stephen Benneworth examines in his Peer review study include Economic growth, Social innovation and Institutionalisation.
His Regional science research includes elements of Scale and Multitude. His work on Academic standards as part of general Higher education study is frequently connected to Antecedent, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. As a member of one scientific family, Paul Stephen Benneworth mostly works in the field of Corporate governance, focusing on Inclusive innovation and, on occasion, Key and Engineering ethics.
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Toward a spatial perspective on sustainability transitions
Lars Coenen;Paul Stephen Benneworth;B. Truffer;B. Truffer.
Research Policy (2012)
Who matters to universities? A stakeholder perspective on humanities, arts and social sciences valorisation
Paul Benneworth;Ben W. Jongbloed.
Higher Education (2010)
Understanding the Regional Contribution of Higher Education Institutions: A Literature Review. OECD Education Working Papers, No. 9.
Peter Arbo;Paul Benneworth.
OECD Publishing (NJ1) (2007)
Understanding the Regional Contribution of Higher Education Institutions
Peter Arbo;Paul Benneworth.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
"University spin-off policies and economic development in less successful regions: learning from two decades of policy practice"
Paul Benneworth;David Charles.
European Planning Studies (2005)
The New Economic Geography of Old Industrial Regions: Universities as Global — Local Pipelines
Paul Benneworth;Gert-Jan Hospers.
Environment and Planning C-government and Policy (2007)
Where Is the Value Added in the Cluster Approach? Hermeneutic Theorising, Economic Geography and Clusters as a Multiperspectival Approach:
Paul Benneworth;Nick Henry.
Urban Studies (2004)
In what sense ‘regional development?’: entrepreneurship, underdevelopment and strong tradition in the periphery
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development (2004)
Universities and regional development : a critical assessment of tensions and contradictions
Rómulo Pinheiro;Paul Benneworth;Glen Alan Jones.
International studies in higher education (2012)
Building localized interactions between universities and cities through university spatial development
Paul Stephen Benneworth;David Charles;Ali Madanipour.
European Planning Studies (2010)
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