The call for papers for the 4th Geography of Innovation Conference is now open. All submissions will be peer-reviewed: For regular sessions, papers and extended abstracts geography papers be reviewed by two members of the Scientific Committee.
For special sessions, papers and extended abstracts will be reviewed by the Session Manager and the Organizing Committee. The results will be individually sent to each author by email. High technology, innovation and inequality: Does high-tech growth come at a cost? In order to maximize participation, we will prioritize the presentation of one paper per author. Please note if a past paper or mark scheme does not appear in this section, it is undergoing copyright clearance and can only be published once cleared. We are working to clear the copyright on the applicable papers and once this has been obtained, the papers and or mark schemes will be published.
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