The Center for Regional Economic Development (CRED) is an interfaculty center for research, teaching and consulting in regional economic development. Researchers from the research units Economics, Entrepreneurship, Geography and Tourism deal with research questions regarding the following research areas:
The CRED is a scientific partner for regional, cantonal, national and international public and private institutions.
Are you interested in a Post Doc or a PhD position in economic geography at the University of Bern?
- Post Doc (Center for Regional Economic Development & Unit Economic Geography)
- Post Doc (SNF Project Industrial Towns in Switzerland and Slovenia)
- PhD (Unit Economic Geography)
We would like to invite you to submit a paper to the CRED Workshop on Regional and Urban Economics which will take place on February 24-25, 2022.
We hope we’ll be able to welcome you in person in Bern, Switzerland. However, if the pandemic requires we will move to an online event. The keynote speakers will be Costas Arkolakis (Yale University) and Diego Puga (CEMFI).
Please send your paper or extended abstract by October 15, 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will find more information in the call for papers.
Fabian Bald and Marcel Henkel, CRED Research Paper No. 33 - "The Role of Local Public
Goods for Gender Gaps in the Spatial Economy" (September 2021)
Simon Büchler and Maximilian v. Ehrlich, CRED Research Paper No. 32 - "Quantifying Land Use Regulation and its Determinants - Ease of Residential Development across Swiss Municipalities" (August 2021)
Heike Mayer, Rahel Meili und Arnault Morisson, CRED-Bericht Nr. 22 - "Theorien und Ansätze der Regionalentwicklung: Eine Anwendung auf die Neue Regionalpolitik (NRP) der Schweiz" (Juni 2021)
Heike Mayer und Romario Perren, CRED-Bericht Nr. 21 - "RW Oberwallis: Wirkungsorientierte Regionalentwicklung 2008 bis 2019" (Juli 2020)
at the Università della Svizzera italiana on Friday October 29, 2021
Habersetzer, Antoine; Rataj, Marcin; Eriksson, Rikard H.; Mayer, Heike (2021). Entrepreneurship in rural regions: the role of industry experience and home advantage for newly founded firms. Regional studies, 55(5), pp. 936-950.Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 10.1080/00343404.2020.1826038
September 8- September 10, 2021
Prof. Dr. Christian Albin Lukas Hilber
August 30- September 3, 2021
Prof. Dr. Olivier Schöni, Laval University
Wir starten unseren Lehrgang am 9. September 2021!
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