Publications

Peer-reviewed journal articles

FITJAR, R. D., F. HUBER, and A. RODRIGUEZ-POSE (forthcoming). Not too close, not too far: testing the Goldilocks principle of 'optimal' distance in innovation networks. Industry and Innovation [final draft].

FITJAR, R. D. and F. HUBER (2015). Global pipelines for innovation: insights from the case of Norway. Journal of Economic Geography 15, pp. 561-583 [doi: 10.1093/jeg/lbu017; final draft].

HUBER, F. (2013). Knowledge-Sourcing of R&D workers in Different Job Positions: Contextualising External Personal Knowledge Networks. Research Policy 42, pp. 167-179 [doi: 10.1016/j.respol.2012.05.010; final draft].

HUBER, F. (2012). On the Role and Interrelationship of Spatial, Social and Cognitive Proximity: Personal Knowledge Relationships of R&D Workers in the Cambridge Information Technology Cluster. Regional Studies 46, pp. 1169-1182 [doi: 10.1080/00343404.2011.569539; final draft].

HUBER, F. (2012). On the Socio-Spatial Dynamics of Personal Knowledge Networks: Formation, Maintenance and Knowledge Interactions. Environment and Planning A 44, pp. 356-376. [doi: doi:10.1068/a4423; final draft].

HUBER, F. (2012). Do Clusters Really Matter for Innovation Practices in Information Technology? Questioning the Significance of Technological Knowledge Spillovers. Journal of Economic Geography 12, pp. 107-126 [doi: 10.1093/jeg/lbq058; final draft].

HUBER, F. (2009). Social Capital of Economic Clusters: Towards a Network-Based Conception of Social Resources. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 100 (2), pp. 160-170. [full article; final draft].

SCHAFRANEK, M., HUBER, F. and C. WERNDL (2008). The Evolutionary Foundation of Popper's Concept of Three Worlds: a Neglected Perspective of Human Ecological Research in Geography [German]. Geographische Zeitschrift 94 (3), pp. 129-142.

Book

HUBER, F. (2007). Social Networks and Knowledge Spillovers: Networked Knowledge Workers and Localised Knowledge Spillovers - Frankfurt am Main et al: Peter Lang.

Book review

HUBER, F. (2013). Creating a Sustainable Economy: An Institutional and Evolutionary Approach to Environmental Policy. Edited by Gerardo Marletto. London and New York: Routledge. Economic Geography 89, pp. 431-433 [doi: 10.1111/ecge.12022; final draft].

HUBER, F. (2012). Review: The Economics of Clusters. Journal of Economic Geography 12, pp. 573-575 [doi: 10.1093/jeg/lbr029; final draft].


Chapters in books

Huber, F. & Fitjar, R. D. (accepted for publication). Beyond clusters in networks. In R. Shearmur, C. Carrincazeaux, & D. Doloreux (Eds.), Handbook on the geography of innovation. Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, USA: Edward Elgar.

Huber, F. & Werndl, C. (accepted for publication). Kontroversen zur Schätzung und Prognosefähigkeit am Beispiel globaler Klimawandel sowie wirtschaftswissenschaftlicher Vorhersagestudien. In R. Bachleitner, M. Pausch & M. Weichbold (Eds.), Wissenschaftstheoretische und methodologische Problemlagen empirischer Voraussagen und statistischer Vorhersagen. Grundlagen und Kontroversen erfahrungswissenschaftlicher Prognoseverfahren. Berlin: Springer.

HUBER, F. and R. BACHLEITNER (2006). On the Role of Tourism in the City and the Province of Salzburg. In: STROPPA, C., eds., Turismo e Societa. Contributi per un'Analisi Sociopsicologica. - Rome: Aracne.

JEKEL, T. and F. HUBER (2005). Barockes Salzburg. Zur Normalisierung von Raumkonstruktionen [Baroque Salzburg. On normalization of spatial constructs]. - In: FLITNER, M. und J. LOSSAU, eds., Themen-Orte. Zur Produktion und Durchsetzung von Raumbildern. - Muenster et al.: LIT.

HUBER, F. and T. JEKEL (2004). Barocke Huelle - Postmoderne Fuelle? Politisch umkaempfte Altstadtbilder am Beispiel Salzburg [Baroque architecture and postmodern life? Politically contested images of old towns illustrated by the case of Salzburg]. In: DACHS H. und R. FLOIMAIR, eds., Salzburger Jahrbuch fuer Politik 2003. Wien/Koeln/Weimar: Boehlau.

Contributions in other publications

WAINWRIGHT, T. and HUBER, F. (2015). Beyond Sillicon Roundabout. The UK is a high-tech start-up nation. The Conversation https://theconversation.com/beyond-silicon-roundabout-the-uk-is-a-high-tech-start-up-nation-37540

HUBER, F. (2005). Analysing Social Networks within the Context of Localised Knowledge Spillovers. In: BUCHINGER, E., DACHS, B., ROEDIGER-SCHLUGA, T., SEIBT, C. und P. WAGNER (2005), eds., Networks as a Form of Governance of Technological Innovations. Report. - Vienna: Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf.

HOCHLEITNER, G., HUBER, F., PREINING, D., SCHRATTENECKER, W., C. SULZER (2004). Verankerung der Nationalparkidee bei touristischen Institutionen und Akteuren der 'Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern' [Embeddedness of ideals of a national park in touristic institutions and actors of 'Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern']. - In: MOSE, I. und U. VILSMAIER, eds., Zur Implementierung der Nationalpark-Idee in Landwirtschaft, Tourismus und Bildung. Ergebnisse eines Studienprojektes in der Nationalparkregion Hohe Tauern - Salzburg (=Selbstverlag des Fachbereich Geographie, Geologie und Mineralogie der Universität Salzburg).

HUBER, F. (2001). Anmerkungen zur sogenannten 'Postmoderne' [Some remarks on socalled 'postmodernism']. - In: Irisblätter. Zeitschrift fuer Literatur. Nr. 5. – Salzburg.

Reports and working papers

GRINEVICH, V., HUBER, F., BAINES, L. and EDER, M. (2015). Upscaling in the Sharing Economy. Insights from the UK. University of Southampton, UK, and University Seeburg Castle, Austria. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/296707193_Upscaling_in_the_Sharing_Economy_Insights_from_the_UK

HUBER, F. (2010). Do Clusters Really Matter for Innovation Practices in Information Technology? Questioning the Significance of Technological Knowledge Spillovers. DRUID Working Paper 10-21.

HUBER, F. (2008). Social Capital of Economic Clusters: Towards a Network-Based Conception of Social Resources. Economic Geography Research Group Working Paper Series 02.08. [Postgraduate Working Paper Prize 2009 of the Economic Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)].

HUBER, F. (2005). Social Networks and Knowledge Spillovers. Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf Working Paper. ARC--sys-0057. Vienna: Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf.

BACHLEITNER, R. and F. HUBER (2005). Konsumverhalten, Kundenstromanalyse, Kundenzufriedenheit im Borromaeus Point [Consumer behaviour, flows of customers and customer satisfaction in the shopping center Borromaeus Point]. Unpublished research report.

Referee for

Economic Geography
Environment and Planning A
Environment and Planning C
European Planning Studies
Growth and Change
Industry and Innovation
International Small Business Journal
Journal of Economic Geography
Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG)
Papers in Regional Science
Regional Studies
Research Policy
R&D Management
Science and Public Policy