Rikard H. Eriksson
Rikard H. Eriksson
Professor of Economic Geography, Department of Geography, Umeå University
Email confirmado em geography.umu.se
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How does labour mobility affect the performance of plants? The importance of relatedness and geographical proximity
R Boschma, R Eriksson, U Lindgren
Journal of Economic Geography 9 (2), 169-190, 2009
3832009
Tourism evolution: On the synergies of tourism studies and evolutionary economic geography
P Brouder, RH Eriksson
Annals of Tourism Research 43, 370-389, 2013
1602013
Localized mobility clusters: impacts of labour market externalities on firm performance
R Eriksson, U Lindgren
Journal of Economic Geography 9 (1), 33-53, 2009
1492009
Localized spillovers and knowledge flows: How does proximity influence the performance of plants?
RH Eriksson
Economic Geography 87 (2), 127-152, 2011
1472011
Staying Power: What Influences Micro-firm Survival in Tourism?
P Brouder, RH Eriksson
Tourism Geographies 15 (1), 125-144, 2013
1122013
Labour market externalities and regional growth in Sweden: The importance of labour mobility between skill-related industries
R Boschma, RH Eriksson, U Lindgren
Regional Studies 48 (10), 1669-1690, 2014
1072014
Agglomeration mobility: effects of localisation, urbanisation, and scale on job changes
R Eriksson, U Lindgren, G Malmberg
Environment and Planning A 40 (10), 2419-2434, 2008
742008
How do regional economies respond to crises? The geography of job creation and destruction in Sweden (1990–2010)
RH Eriksson, E Hane-Weijman
European Urban and Regional Studies 24 (1), 87-103, 2017
322017
Industrial and geographical mobility of workers during industry decline: The Swedish and German shipbuilding industries 1970–2000
RH Eriksson, M Henning, A Otto
Geoforum 75, 87-98, 2016
27*2016
How do universities contribute to employment growth? The role of human capital and knowledge bases
RH Eriksson, F Forslund
European Planning Studies 22 (12), 2584-2604, 2014
262014
Co-worker networks, labour mobility and productivity growth in regions
B Lengyel, RH Eriksson
Journal of Economic Geography 17 (3), 635–660, 2017
24*2017
Industries, skills and human capital: how does regional size affect uneven development?
RH Eriksson, HK Hansen
Environment and Planning A 45 (3), 593-613, 2013
212013
Job-related mobility and plant performance in Sweden
R Eriksson, A Rodríguez-Pose
Geoforum 83, 39-49, 2017
172017
The importance of business climate and people climate on regional performance
RH Eriksson, HK Hansen, U Lindgren
Regional studies 48 (10), 1135-1155, 2014
172014
Returning to work: regional determinants of re-employment after major redundancies
E Hane-Weijman, RH Eriksson, M Henning
Regional studies 52 (6), 768-780, 2018
152018
Knowledge flows in high-impact firms: How does relatedness influence survival, acquisition and exit?
J Borggren, RH Eriksson, U Lindgren
Journal of Economic Geography 16 (3), 637-665, 2016
142016
Co-worker networks and agglomeration externalities
RH Eriksson, B Lengyel
Economic Geography 95 (1), 65-89, 2019
12*2019
Sectoral and geographical mobility of workers after large establishment cutbacks or closures
RH Eriksson, E Hane-Weijman, M Henning
Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space 50 (5), 1071-1091, 2018
112018
Social proximity and firm performance: the importance of family member ties in workplaces
EK Adjei, RH Eriksson, U Lindgren
Regional Studies, Regional Science 3 (1), 303-319, 2016
112016
Labour mobility and plant performance: The influence of proximity, relatedness and agglomeration
R Eriksson
Kulturgeografiska institutionen, 2009
9*2009
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