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David Emanuel Andersson    副教授、研究员
所在学院 创业与管理学院
研究方向 creative cities; entrepreneurship; institutions; regional development; spatial accessibility
联系方式 davida@@shanghaitech.edu.cn
 
  个人简介  
Education and Training
BSc Statistics, University of Gothenburg, 1991
PhD Regional Planning, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 1997

Professional Experience
Research Assistant, Temaplan AB, Stockholm, Sweden, 1991-1992
Consultant, Sikel AB, Gothenburg, Sweden 1997-1999
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Economics, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan 1999-2000
Visiting Research Fellow, Chung-hwa Institution for Economic Research, Taipei, Taiwan 2001
Consultant, INREGIA AB, Copenhagen, Denmark and Malmö, Sweden 2001-2003
Assistant Professor, Local Development and Management, Leader University, Tainan, Taiwan 2003-2007
Assistant Professor, Urban Planning, National Cheng-kung University, Tainan, Taiwan 2007-2008
Assistant Professor, Public Affairs Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan 2008-2010
Associate Professor, Public Affairs Management, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan 2010-2012
Assistant Professor, Economics, Nottingham University Business School China, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China 2012-2015
Associate Professor, Economics, International Business School Suzhou, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China, 2015-2016
Associage Professor、PI, School of Entrepreneurship and Management, ShanghaiTech University, 2016.8-present

David Emanuel Andersson is Associate Professor and Head of the Entrepreneurship and Economic Development Group in the School of Entrepreneurship and Management, ShanghaiTech University. He holds a PhD in Regional Planning from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). David is an interdisciplinary scholar, and has previously held full-time faculty positions in economics, management, and urban planning at universities such as the National Sun Yat-sen University and the University of Nottingham.
  主要研究内容  
David’s research focuses on how entrepreneurship, institutions, and spatial accessibility shape urban and regional development processes. A specific interest is the ongoing restructuring of functional urban regions from a manufacturing-based industrial economy toward a post-industrial creative society. In the new creative society, there are a number of associated emergent social phenomena, such as greater social tolerance and increasing levels of spatial mobility. David has published numerous books, journal articles, and book chapters that aim to explain the processes of socio-economic change that accompany the transition from one development stage to the next. Another related interest is the long-term evolution of emergent or spontaneous orders such as markets and science, which is the subject matter of the interdisciplinary journal Cosmos + Taxis: Studies in Emergent Order and Organization, which David co-founded in 2012 together with political scientists and philosophers affiliated with the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University.
  代表性论文  

1. Andersson ÅE, Andersson DE (2017) Time, Space and Capital. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.


2. Andersson ÅE, Andersson DE (2015) Creative cities and the new global hierarchy. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 8(3): 181-98.


3. Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE, Hårsman B, Daghbashyan Z (2015) Unemployment in European regions: structural problems versus the Eurozone hypothesis. Journal of Economic Geography, 15(5): 883-905.


4. Andersson ÅE, Andersson DE, Hårsman B, Daghbashyan (2015) Complexity, scientific creativity and clustering. In: Kourtit K, Nijkamp P, Stough RR (eds.) The Rise of the City: Spatial Dynamics in the Urban Century. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 15-32.


5. Andersson DE (2015) The pluralism of the emergent-order paradigm. Cosmos + Taxis, 3(1): 1-2.


6. Andersson DE, Gunessee S, Matthiessen CW, Find S (2014) The geography of Chinese science. Environment and Planning A, 46(12): 2950-71.


7. Andersson DE, Moroni S (eds.) (2014) Cities and Private Planning: Property Rights, Entrepreneurship and Transaction Costs. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.


8. Andersson DE (2014) Cities and planning: the role of system constraints. In: Andersson DE, Moroni S (eds.) (2014) Cities and Private Planning: Property Rights, Entrepreneurship and Transaction Costs. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 19-37.


9. Andersson DE, Moroni S (2014) Introduction: private enterprise and the future of urban planning. In: Andersson DE, Moroni S (eds.) (2014) Cities and Private Planning: Property Rights, Entrepreneurship and Transaction Costs. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-16.


10. Andersson ÅE, Andersson DE, Daghbashyan Z, Hårsman B (2014) Location and spatial clustering of artists. Regional Science and Urban Economics, 47: 128-37.


11. Andersson DE (2014) The dire state of urban sociology and geography. Studies in Emergent Order, 7: 344-57.


12. Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE (2013) The economic value of experience goods. In: Sundbo J, Sørensen F (eds.) Handbook on the Experience Economy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 84-97.


13. Shyr OF, Andersson DE, Wang J, Huang T, Liu O (2013) Where do home buyers pay most for relative transit accessibility? Hong Kong, Taipei and Kaohsiung compared. Urban Studies, 50(12): 2553-68.


14. Andersson DE (2013) Review of “Brain Drain and Brain Gain: The Global Competition to Attract High-skilled Migrants,” edited by T Boeri, H Brucker, F Docquier, H Rapoport. Journal of Regional Science, 53(2): 351-3.


15. Andersson DE (2013) Review of “Cosmopolitan Europe: A Strasbourg Self-portrait,” by J Western. Regional Studies, 47(1): 128-9.


16. Andersson DE (ed.) (2012) The Spatial Market Process. Bingley: Emerald.


17. Andersson DE, Taylor JA (2012) Institutions, agglomeration economies and interstate migration. In: Andersson DE (ed.) (2012) The Spatial Market Process. Bingley: Emerald, pp. 233-64.


18. Andersson DE, Shyr OF, Lee A (2012) The successes and failures of a key transportation link: accessibility effects of Taiwan’s high-speed rail. Annals of Regional Science, 48(1): 203-23.


19. Andersson DE (2012) Polycentric democracy and its enemies. Studies in Emergent Order, 5: 45-63.


20. Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE, Kettinger Z, Shyr OF (2011) The potential effects of the fixed Fehmarn link on house prices in the Copenhagen-Hamburg corridor: applying East Asian lessons to northern Europe. In: Matthiessen CW, Worm M (eds.) The Fehmarn Fixed Link: Regional Development Perspectives. Odense: Syddansk universitetsforlag, pp. 330-56.


21. Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE, Mellander C (eds.) (2011) Handbook of Creative Cities. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.


22. Andersson DE, Mellander C (2011) Analysing creative cities. In: Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE, Mellander C (eds.) (2011) Handbook of Creative Cities. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 3-13.


23. Andersson DE (2011) Creative cities need less government. In: Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE, Mellander C (eds.) (2011) Handbook of Creative Cities. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 327-42.


24. Andersson DE (2010) Liberalism after Burczak: redistribution, worker self-management and the market process. Journal of Institutional Economics, 6(4): 529-42.


25. Andersson DE, Shyr OF, Fu J (2010) Does high-speed rail accessibility influence residential property prices? Hedonic estimates from southern Taiwan. Journal of Transport Geography, 18(1): 166-74.


26. Andersson DE (2010) Hotel attributes and hedonic prices: an analysis of internet-based transactions in Singapore’s market for hotel rooms. Annals of Regional Science, 44(2): 229-40.


27. Andersson DE (2010) Review of “Social Economy of the Metropolis: Cognitive-Cultural Capitalism and the Global Resurgence of Cities,” by AJ Scott. Economic Geography, 86(4): 455-6.


28. Andersson DE (2010) Cosmos and taxis in religious life: pattern regularities and new challenges. Studies in Emergent Order, 3: 172-94.


29. Andersson DE (2008) Property Rights, Consumption and the Market Process. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.


30. Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE (2008) Infrastructural change and secular economic development. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 75(6): 799-816.


31. Andersson DE, Andersson ÅE (2008) Spatial clustering of culture. In: Karlsson C (ed.) Handbook of Research on Cluster Theory, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 261-73.


32. Andersson DE (2008) The double-edged nature of the Hayekian knowledge problem: systemic tendencies in markets and science. Studies in Emergent Order, 1: 51-72.


33. Andersson ÅE, Andersson DE (2006) The Economics of Experiences, the Arts and Entertainment. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.


34. Andersson DE (2005) The spatial nature of entrepreneurship. Quarterly Journal of Austrian Economics, 8(2): 21-34.


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