• 874 Citations
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Paul Benneworth CV highlights

Employment

Senior Researcher, Center for Higher Education Policy Studies, University of Twente, the Netherlands (since 08.09)

Senior Researcher, Agderforskning, Kristiansand, Norway (since 02.16).

Significant articles 

h-factor (Google Scholar) – 27 (15.09.2017)
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https://scholar.google.nl/citations?user=p4ks57gAAAAJ&hl=nl )

  1. Benneworth, P., Zeeman, N., Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2017) “National higher education policies challenging universities’ regional engagement activities” paper submitted to EKONOMIAZ, 92 (2) pp. 146-173, in press.
  2. Benneworth, P. S., & Olmos-Peñuela, J. (forthcoming) “Resolving tensions of research utilization: The value of a usability-based approach” Science and Public Policy, accepted 17th March 2017.
  3. Sima, K., Beseda, J., Benneworth, P & Pinheiro, R. (forthcoming) “What are the cultural preconditions of universities´ regional engagement? Towards a multi-dimensional model of university-region interfaces”, Higher Education Policy (accepted 11 May).
  4. Benneworth, P, Normann, R. & Young. M. (forthcoming) “Between rigour & regional relevance Conceptualising tensions in university engagement for socio-economic development”, Higher Education Policy (accepted 10 May).
  5. Benneworth, P. S. Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2017) “Strategic Agency and Institutional Change: Investigating the Role of Universities in Regional Innovation Systems (RISs)” Regional Studies 51 (2) pp. 235-248 doi: 10.1080/00343404.2016.1215599.
  6. Zeeman, N. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Globalisation, mergers and ‘inadvertent multi-campus universities’: reflections from Wales” Tertiary Education and Management (forthcoming, doi 10.1080/13583883.2016.1243256)
  7. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2016) “Does it take two to tango? Factors related to the ease of societal uptake of scientific knowledge”, Science and Public Policy first published online June 8, 2016 doi:10.1093/scipol/scw016
  8. Benneworth, P. S & Dauncey, H. D. (2015) “Cultural policy, creative clusters and the complexity of higher education: notes from the case of ENJMIN in Angouleme, France”, paper submitted to the International Journal of Cultural Policy¸ submitted 23 June 2014, accepted 9th November 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2015.1101083
  9. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2015) “What stimulates researchers to make their research usable? Towards an 'openness' approach” Minerva 53(4) pp 381-410  DOI: 10.1007/s11024-015-9283-4.
  10. Benneworth, P. (2015) “Tracing how arts and humanities research translates, circulates and consolidates in society.. How have scholars been reacting to diverse impact and public value agendas?” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education Vol 14, Issue 1, pp. 45 - 60 doi:10.1177/1474022214533888
  11. Benneworth, P. S. & Ratinho, T. (2014) “Back to the future of high technology fantasies? Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in innovation-based economic development” Environment and Planning C, 32(5) pp. 784 – 808 http://envplan.com/epc/fulltext/cforth/c1266r.pdf.
  12. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2014) “Are sciences essential and humanities elective? Disentangling competing claims for humanities’ research public value” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 1474022214534081, first published on May 14, 2014 as doi:10.1177/1474022214534081
  13. Benneworth, P. & Herbst, M. (2014) “The academic city as destination for human capital migration”, European Planning Studies, published online first 15 Jan 2014: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09654313.2013.868869 
  14. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2013) “Are STEM from Mars and SSH from Venus? Challenging stereotypical perceptions of differential social usefulness of academic disciplines”, Science and Public Policy first published online October 3, 2013 doi:10.1093/scipol/sct071.
  15. Coenen, L. Benneworth, P. & Truffer, B. (2012) “Theorizing the geographies of sustainability transitions” Research Policy `41 (6) pp. 968-979.
  16. Benneworth, P. , Hospers, G. J., Jongbloed, B., Leiyste, L.  & Zomer, A.. (2011) “The ‘science city’ as a system coupler in fragmented strategic urban environments?”, Built Environment, 37 (3) pp. 317-335
  17. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R. & Madnipour, A. (2010) “Universities as agents of urban change in the global knowledge economy” European Planning Studies.
  18. Benneworth, P. & Jongbloed, B.W.A (2009) “Who matters to universities? A stakeholder perspective on humanities, arts and social sciences valorisation” Higher Education DOI 10.1007/s10734-009-9265-2
  19. Benneworth, P. S., Coenen, L., Moodyson, J. & Asheim, B. (2009) “Exploring the multiple roles of Lund University in strengthening the Scania regional innovation system: towards institutional learning? European Planning Studies 17:11, 1645 - 1664
  20. Benneworth P, Hospers G-J, (2007) "The new economic geography of old industrial regions: universities as global–local pipelines" Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 25(6) 779–802
  21. Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G.-J. (2007) “Urban competitiveness in the knowledge economy: Universities as new planning animateurs” Progress in planning, 67 (2) pp. 99-198.
  22. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Seven samurai opening the ivory tower? University commercialisation communities of practise promoting economic development in less successful regions” European Planning Studies 15 (4) pp. 487‑511.
  23. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2005) “University spin off companies and the territorial knowledge pool: building regional innovation competencies?” European Planning Studies, 13 (4) pp. 537-557.
  24. Benneworth, P. S. (2004) “In what sense ‘regional development’? entrepreneurship, underdevelopment and strong tradition in the periphery” Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 16 (6) pp 437‑458.
  25. Benneworth, P. S. & Henry, N. (2004) “Where is the value added in the cluster approach? Hermeneutic theorizing, economic geography and clusters as a multi‑perspectival approach” Urban Studies 41 (5/6), 1011–24..
  26. Benneworth, P. S. (2004) “Breaking the mould: new technology sectors in an old industrial region” International Journal of Biotechnology 5 (3/4)pp 249‑264.
  27. Benneworth, P. S., Raines, P., Danson, M., & Whittam, G. (2003) “Confusing clusters? Making sense of the cluster approach in theory and practice” European Planning Studies, 11:5, pp. 311-321.

Funding Highlights

  • Strong record of third party funding since 2009 (over €5.7m): main research projects include

2018-2021

TEFCE - Towards a European Framework for Community Engagement of higher education (ERASMUS+, €670k)

2016-19

The Role of Universities in Innovation and Regional Development (H2020 Marie Curie Network, €3.7m)

2016-19

'Whose knowledge matters? Competing and contesting knowledge claims in 21st century cities' (€800k, Open Research Area – NWO & ESRC)

2015-16

Eunivation: measuring the contribution of universities to European territorial innovation capacity (€400k, DG EAC)

2010-12

HERAVALUE, “Measuring the societal impacts of universities' research into arts and the humanities” Humanities in the European Research Area Joint Research Programme €500,000, UT award

2007-09

“Universities and excluded communities”, a £135,000, two year project, ESRC within the “Regional Economic Impacts of Higher Education” programme.

2007-08

“A science city in a learning region”, NESTA Research Fellowship (£75, 000)

2007

“The role of leadership in supporting innovation in the UK’s ordinary regions”, National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA), £55,000.

2004/05

Bringing Cambridge to Consett? University spin-off companies in the periphery, Economic and Social Research Council Research Grant, £45,000.

2002/03

Innovation and modernisation in a peripheral industrial region: the case of the North East of England, Economic and Social Research Council Research Fellowship, £26,000

  • Range of funding in UK (Research Councils, Government Ministries) and Europe (HERA programme, Norwegian Research Council, Open Research Area)
  • Holder of two prestigious UK Research Council Fellowships (ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, RCUK Academic Fellow)
  • Reviewer, Arts & Humanities Research Council Connnected Communities programme, plus range of other research proposals (New Zealand, Brazil, Finland, UK, Netherlands, Poland).
  • Visiting Professor of Universities and Community Engagement at CQU, Australia (2011-14).
  • Inaugural Fellow of Regional Studies Association & member of RSA Research Committee.
  • Editor of eight edited scholarly volumes and one jointly authored monograph (in press).
  • Guest Editor of special issues of internationall-peer reviewed journals (European Planning Studies, Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, Industry & Higher Education, Science and Public Policy).
  •  Making 21st century knowledge complexes: technopoles of the world 20 years after (2015, with Julia Tian Miaro & Nick Phelps) shortlisted for 2016 Regional Studies Association Book Prize.
  • Active programme of invited seminar/ research network/ conference keynote presentations, including ERI (2003), Norwegian Geographers Network (2004), LGIB (2002), Norwegian Regional Researchers Network (2003), ERI, Herriott Watt University (2003), Waseda Machizukuri Symposium (2005), CIRCLE (2006), CHEPS (2006), Work Foundation (2007), NESTA (2007), LARCI (2007) CEIR, Salford University, (2009), launch of OECD Review of Piedmonte (2009), HEFCW (2009), CIND Uppsala University (2010), NORSA, Seijnajoki, Finland (2010), GAP, Radboud University (2010), CHERPA (2011), ECIS (2012) INGENIO (2012), EPRC (2012), GURU (2012), AHRC Connected Campuses (2013) NCCPE’s Engaged Futures (2013), Irish Branch Regional Studies Association (2013), European Commission Achieving SSH Impact (2014), Copenhagen University Humanities Faculty (2015), EURASHE annual conference (2016), Regional Triple Helix conference (2016), Nordic Ministers’ Science Policy Group (2017), Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (2017), Basque Competitive Report Launch (2017).
  • International Advisor to a number of international research projects
  • Co-ordinator of Research Network “the Social Dynamics of Innovation networks” – organised three conference sessions (Newcastle 2011, Delft 2012, Tampere 2013) and five network events (Nijmegen 2011, Aachen 2012, Glasgow 2013, Heerlen, 2014 Oisterwijk 2016, Heerlen, 2016).  Edited volume under contract with Taylor & Francis, appeared June 2014.
  • Reviewer for 20 international peer reviewed journals.
  • Strong track record of non-journal scholarly publishing in book chapters, working papers, research reports, review essays and book reviews.
  • Twenty years’ experience in academic contract research in the UK & Netherlands.
  • Currently working on DG EDUCATION project developing indicators to measure university contributions to innovation capacity (Eunivation).
  • Submitted many evidence memoranda to UK Parliamentary Inquiries; several cited in final Committee Report, one published in amended form in Regional Studies.
  • Authored reports for think tanks, sector groups, policy-makers and interest groups to provoke debate and inform policy-making.
  • Worked with Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development in Paris on:–
  • DG RESEARCH expert for the smart specialisation strategy for Slovakia (2013)
  • European Expert Correspondent for Global University Network for Innovation (GUNI) project “Knowledge, engagement and higher education: rethinking social responsibility”.
  • Leading team of expert advisers supporting Linköping University developing their vision, mission and strategy for societal collaboration.
  • Regular media appearances including a monthly UK Regional newspaper column since 2004.

Scholarly Activities

  • Norwegian Research Council Strategic Research Project «Quality and Collaboration: the  higher education sector and society» (2013-15)
  • PRIN 2011 (Italian Research Council) – Universities, innovation and regional economies (2013-15)
  • Geography of Research in Europe and Territorial Policy Innovations, (Innoviris, Belgium, 2014-16)
  • HE-RO: Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) - region co-operations. Unfolding individual, institutional and environmental determinants influencing the relation between HEIs and regional actors – a comparative analysis of European Case Studies (FWF Hertha Finberg, 2016-18).

Business & Community Engagement

  • Technology & Innovation Policy Group Clusters focus group (1999-2001),
  • IMHE project Universities and Regional Development (2004-2007),
  • TDPC Regional Innovation Policy work programme (2007-2014).

 

Academic activity

Editor, CHEPS Working Paper Series, 2015-date.

Founding Editor, Regional Studies, Regional Science, 2013-2016

Member of the Regional Studies Association Research Committee (2017-date)

Inaugural Fellow of the Regional Studies Association (FeRSA)

Member of Regional Studies Association (MeRSA).

Editor in Chief of Regional Insights, the Student Magazine of the Regional Studies Association, 2009-2013.

Editor of Regions, the Regional Studies Association magazine, 2003-2008.

Editorial Board Member of Local Economy. (2004‑05)

Guest Editor of European Planning Studies Vol. 11 July 2003 (with Danson, Whittam & Raines); Arts & Humanities in Higher Education (Vol 15 No. 1, January 2015).

Referee for20 academic journals

Economic Geography, Environment & Planning A, Environment & Planning C: Government & Policy, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, European Spatial Research & Policy, European Urban and Regional Studies, International Small Business Journal, International Journal of Public Sector Management, Innovation and Regional Development, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, Local Economy, Progress in Planning, Planning Practice and Review, Planning Theory and Practice Population, Space & Place R&D Management, Regional Studies, Research Policy, Town Planning Review & Urban Studies.

Elected member of Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) Young Academic Network Co-ordination Team 2008-09.

Committee Member, Regional Studies Association Working Group “The role of knowledges in the economic development of old industrial regions” (organised annual conference and arranges publications) 2005-2009.

Regional Development Agency correspondent for Regions, the newsletter of the Regional Studies Association April 1998 — 2003.

Committee member of Regional Studies Association 2000-2008; trustee of registered charity 2004-2008.

Treasurer of Regional Science Association International: British and Irish section (2004) also trustee of Registered Charity (2002-2004).

Committee Member of Economic Geography Research Group, Contract Research and Teaching Forum, Royal Geographical Society‑Institute of British Geographers, 2002‑2004

Committee member of Northern Branch, Regional Studies Association (2001-05).

External rapporteur for ESRC; “The locality effect: local government and citizen participation” (£125k)

Guest Researcher at the Dutch Centre for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship (NIKOS), University of Twente, the Netherlands, July‑September 2004.

Guest Lecturer at European Spatial Planning faculty, University of Dortmund, November 2004

Guest Researcher at the Advanced Study Group Law, Economics, Governance, University of Twente, the Netherlands, July‑August 2005.

Visiting Research Fellow at the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), University of Twente, Netherlands, 2007-2009.

Visiting Research Fellow, Global Urban Research Unit & Centre for Knowledge, Innovation, Technology, Enterprise, Newcastle University, 2009-date.

Expert Advisor, Arts & Humanities Research Council programme “Connected Communities”, 2010-11.

Reviewer for various research funds including the Marsden Fund (NZ), Joseph Rowntree fund (UK), Banting Scholarship Programme (Canada), Autonomous Province of Bolzano Research Fund (I), the National Science Centre (Poland), National Council for Science and Technology Development (Brazil).

Visiting Professor of Community Engagement, Central Queensland University, 2011-14.

PASCAL Associate (Place, Social Capital and Learning Regions Observatory), 2011-date

Member of Scientific Committee for International Conferences:

2016     Eu-SPRI Conference: Exploring new Avenues for Innovation and Research Policies, Lund, Sweden.

            Eu-SPRI, Forum Early Career Researcher Conference (ECC) 2016, Valencia, Spain.

2015     Eu-SPRI Conference: Innovation policies for economic and social transitions: Developing strategies for knowledge, practices and organizations, Helsinki, Finland

2014     INGENIO-Eu-SPRI early career conference Interdisciplinarity in the Study of the Dynamics of Science, Technology and Innovation, Valencia, Spain

            International Conference on Project Organisation, Guimarães, Portugal.

2013:    EURA Conference Cities as seedbeds of Innovation, Enschede, the Netherlands.

Triple Helix Conference Bringing businesses, universities and governments together to co-innovate and solve economic, social and technological challenges London, UK.

2012:    CHEPS-Eu-SPRI Forum Early Career Conference, New perspectives on enduring research questions in university-society interaction, Enschede, the Netherlands.

External Assessor, Professorial Appointments Committee, University of Salford, UK, May 2011.

Expert peer adviser for Ministry of Interior (BSK) research project “Regional Differentiation & Growth”, July 2017.

Member of International Advisory Board for research projects

-           PRIN Universities, innovation and regional economies (PI Michele Rostan, Pavia University, Italy ).

-           Strategic Research Project «Quality and Collaboration: the  higher education sector and society» (PI Nicole Frøhlich, NIFU, Norway).

-           Geography of Research in Europe and Territorial Policy Innovations (GREATPI), (PI Bas van Heur, Vrije Universiteit, Brussels, Belgium).

-           Higher Education Institutions-region collaboration (HERO, FWF Hertha Firnberg Fellowship, PI Verena Peer).

Main research projects

Dates

Projects

2018-2021

TEFCE - Towards a European Framework for Community Engagement of higher education (ERASMUS+, €670k)

2016-19

The Role of Universities in Innovation and Regional Development (H2020 Marie Curie Network, €3.7m)

2016-19

Digitalize or die! Dynamic Drivers of Responsible Research and Innovation in Health (Norwegian Research Council, €500k)

2016-19

'Whose knowledge matters? Competing and contesting knowledge claims in 21st century cities' (€800k, Open Research Area – NWO & ESRC)

2016-19

European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities (ENRESHH) COST Action CA15137, Working Group 2 Co-ordinator (Societal impact and relevance of the SSH research (€560k)

2015-17

Eunivation: measuring the contribution of universities to European territorial innovation capacity (€400k, DG EAC)

2015-17

Global Science Scapes: Dimensions of Transnationalism (£118k, Leverhulme Trust)

2014-16

Exploratory Initiatives project  “Social innovation futures: beyond policy panacea and conceptual ambiquity, Eu-SPRI Forum Exploratory Project Grant., €20,000

2014

Measuring and managing the collaboration activities of Linkoping University, Linköping University/ VINNOVA, Phase 2 €90,000.

2013

Evaluating the policy congruence of the Netherlands’s ERDF Operational Programmes, sub-contractor for Technopolis, MINEZ, € 5,000

2013

Measuring and managing the collaboration activities of Linkoping University, Linköping University/ VINNOVA, Phase 1 €45,000.

2013

Evaluating the Ex ante conditionality of Slovakia’s smart specialisation strategy, DG RESEARCH, €20,000

2013

OECD Territorial Review of Innovation Policy in the Netherlands, €15,000

2012-13

Understanding universities’ capabilities to support academic entrepreneurship, Norwegian Research Council, €20, 000

2012

Establishing boundary conditions for the Netherlands’s Research Standard Evaluation Protocol post 2015, VSNU, €15,000

2010-12

HERAVALUE, “Measuring the societal impacts of universities' research into arts and the humanities” Humanities in the European Research Area Joint Research Programme €500,000, UT award €200,000.

2010

“The Roots of University Engagement” Report for the National Co-ordinating Centre on Public Engagement (€6,000).

2010

New approaches to benchmarking university performance: an international perspective, European Centre for the Study of the Modern University, €8,000

2009-10

Modes of governance for university co-operation: an international comparative review, Dutch 3TU Federation, €45,000

2009

A review of the evidence base surrounding the value of public engagement by scientists, Science for All Working Group report, €6,000

2009

‘The global-regional knowledge interface’ Work Package in OECD Regional Innovation Strategies project, OECD GOV Division (€15,000)

2009

Consultancy support for the Innovation Review of Sweden, OECD GOV Division (€1600)

2009

Peer Review of Auckland Innovation System, Ministry of Economic Development, New Zealand (€2,700)

2009

Background paper for Regional Innovation Systems project, OECD GOV Division project (€2,750)

2009-2011

“Classifying the regional consequences of climate change”, part of European Spatial Planning Observatory Network (ESPON) research programme (€100,000). ** Only led in inception phase because of move to the Netherlands.

2008-09

“A literature review on university engagement with hard-to-reach communities” Pro Vice Chancellor (Engagement), Newcastle University, £13,500.

2008

“Comparative Study of Culture as a regeneration tool in NewcastleGateshead and Enschede” Expert adviser to Cabinet of Enschede City, (€3,500)

2008

“The Innovation Journey in Piemonte”, report to OECD Innovation Review of Piemonte region (DEV Directorate) (€21,000)

2007-09

“Universities and excluded communities”, a £135,000, two year project, ESRC within the “Regional Economic Impacts of Higher Education” programme.

2007-08

“A science city in a learning region”, NESTA Research Fellowship (£75, 000)

2007‑08

“The regional economics of higher education” Visiting Fellowship to the Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), University of Twente, the Netherlands, €6,000.

2007

“The role of leadership in supporting innovation in the UK’s ordinary regions”, National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA), £55,000.

2007

“HEIs contributions to their regional economies: human capital market effects” OECD IMHE project, £1,000

2007

Economic impact assessment of two Lanarkshire Regional Branding projects (sub-contract to Wood Holmes group), £3,750

2006-2009

“Challenges to local economic development in an era of climate change and peak oil”, one of eight co-organisers, ESRC Seminar Series, £15,000

2006

Estimating the entrepreneurship gap in the North East of England, Universities for the North East, £2,000

2006

Scrutinising the “business” theme of the North West Regional Economic Strategy 2006‑09, North West Regional Assembly, £20,000

2005-06

“Supporting the Regional Role of Higher Education: Lessons from the North East of England”, series of reports to Department for Education and Skills, £6, 000.

2005

Comprehensiveliterature review on the changing role of HEIs in regional development, OECD IMHE project, £3,000

2005

Boosting Economic Growth and the North West Regional Economic Strategy, North West Regional Assembly, £4,500

2005

The role of scientific and higher professional universities on the regional development of Twente, OECD IMHE project, £3,000

2004

“Scrutinising Strategy for Success: a regional science policy for the North East of England”, Regional Assembly for the North East, £15,000

2004

“Newcastle University’s third strand activity” University of Newcastle, £21,000

2004

“What would elected regional assemblies mean for One NorthEast”, One NorthEast, £6,000

2004

“Strategic drivers for higher education regional associations” Universities for the North East, £5,000

2004/05

Bringing Cambridge to Consett? University spin-off companies in the periphery, Economic and Social Research Council Research Grant, £45,000.

2004

Research fellowship in Human Geography, Radboud University, Nijmegen, £11,000 (@€16,000).

2003

Regional competitiveness: a rural perspective, Department for the Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs, £6,000

2002/03

Innovation and modernisation in a peripheral industrial region: the case of the North East of England, Economic and Social Research Council Research Fellowship, £26,000

2002

Targeted Innovation Support for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises, Small Business Service (England), £20,000

2002

The learning and skills needs of the new and renewable energy sector in the North East of England, Northumberland Learning and Skills Council, £30,000

Teaching experience

Quartile Co-ordinator Regional Innovation, and Smart Cities, B.Sc. European Public Administration, University of Twente, 2017.

Co-director, Fourth Quartile Programme (Multi-actor governance), B.Sc. European Public Administration, University of Twente, 2013-16

Teacher, M.Sc. Public Administration (Issues in Higher Education), University of Twente, 2014-date (small cohorts).

Bachelors/ Masters Supervision, MA (Business Administration, European Studies), faculty Management and Governance, University of Twente, Netherlands (2009-present)

Undergraduate Dissertation Supervision, BA Geography and Planning/ Town and Country Planning, Newcastle University, 2008.

Masters’ course teaching, “Regional and Corporate Location Management”, Masters in Human Geography, University of Nijmegen (2004) (including thesis supervision)

Guest Lecturer, second year course “Regionale ontwikkeling: groei en duurzaamheid” [Regional development: growth and sustainability”, Radboud University of Nijmegen, 2004.

Guest Lecturer, third year course “Regional Innovation Systems”, University of Twente BA in European Studies, 2004.

Guest Lecturer, masters course “Universities and Regional Innovation Systems”, Erasmus University Rotterdam, MA in “Management of the European Metropolitan Region”, 2009-10.

Masters’ thesis supervision, Faculty of Public Administration, University of Twente, (2004-05)

Seminar Teacher, MA in Regional Development, CURDS, University of Newcastle (2002‑03)

Module Leader, third year course, Geographies of Entrepreneurship and Innovation (1999‑2000).

Seminar Teacher and Lecturer, third year course, European Regional Development Studies (1997‑1999)

Seminar Teacher and Course Assistance, second year course, Regional Development in Britain (1997‑1999).

Second and third year tutorial teaching (one tutorial group each year group (1997‑2000)

First year tutorial teaching, Urban and Regional Development, Geography and Environment, Gender and Development (1997‑2000)

Ph.D experience

Currently supervising six Ph.D. students.

One successful completion:        , Geography, Planning & Sociology, Newcastle University (2013).

Paper with Julia Olmos Peñuela one of her three papers in thesis (2014).

External committee member for:

  1. Mrs.S. Vijayalakshmi, “Energy Equation Based Analytical Framework for Performance Evaluation of R & D Institutions”, Veltech Technical University, India (2015).
  2. Krister Salomonsen “Exogenous Shocks as Drivers of Growth in Peripheral Regions. – A Multilevel Approach to Regional Development”, University of Nordland, Norway (2015)
  3. Roberta Silva Antunes, M.Sc.“Entrepreneurialism in a Higher Education System. Experiences of Brazilian Private Sector.”, Tampere University, Finland (2015)
  4. Victoria Galan-Muros, “The University-Business Cooperation Ecosystem: an Evidence-Based Approach for the Management of European University-Business Cooperation”, VU University, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2016).

Books & Monographs

Benneworth, P. (2018) (forthcoming) “Universities and regional development in the periphery” London: Routledge City & Regions Series (under contract, submission due 1 December 2017).

Benneworth P. Hazelkorn, E., & Gulbrandsen, M. (2016) The impacts and future of arts and humanities research, London: Palgrave.

Tian Miao, J. Benneworth, P. & Phelps, N. (eds) (2015) Making 21st century knowledge complexes: technopoles of the world 20 years after, London: Routledge.

R. Rutten, Benneworth, P., Boekema, F., Irawati, D. (2014) (eds) The social dynamics of innovation networks, London: Routledge.

Benneworth, P. (ed.) (2013) “University engagement with socially excluded communities: towards the idea of 'the engaged university”, Dordrecht: Springer.

Hardill, I., Benneworth, P. Baker, M. & Budd, L. (2012) (eds) The rise of the English regions?, London: Routledge.

Pinheiro, R. Jones, G. C & Benneworth, P. S. (eds) (2012) “Universities and regional development: a critical assessment of tensions and challenges”, London, Routledge.

Benneworth, P., Hamm, R., Goebel, C., Schmitz, Y., Doucet, B. & Clifton, N. (2010) (eds) Actors and agency in the economic development of old industrial regions Mönchengladbach: Lower Rhine University of Applied Sciences University Press.

Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G. J. (2009) (eds) The role of the culture in the regeneration of old industrial regions, Münster, Lit Verlag

Benneworth, P. S. (2001) Regional Development Agencies — their early years 1998‑2001, Seaford: Regional Studies Association.

Books under contract

Universities and regional economic development: engaging with the periphery (Routledge, 2018).

Refereed journal articles since 2007

Benneworth, P. S. Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2017) “Strategic Agency and Institutional Change: Investigating the Role of Universities in Regional Innovation Systems (RISs)” Regional Studies 51 (2) pp. 235-248 doi: 10.1080/00343404.2016.1215599.

Juliani, D. Tamilis da Silva, A. Cunha, J. & Benneworth, P. (2016) "Universities' Contributions to Sustainable Development's Social Challenge: A Case Study of a Social Innovation Practice." International Journal of Social Ecology and Sustainable Development, 8 (3) pp. 1-18. DOI: 10.4018/IJSESD.2017070101

Zeeman, N. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Globalisation, mergers and ‘inadvertent multi-campus universities’: reflections from Wales” Tertiary Education and Management (forthcoming, doi 10.1080/13583883.2016.1243256)

Benneworth, P. S. & Osborne M. (2016) “Institutional approaches to supporting university entrepreneurship education: Fitting entrepreneurship within university institutional architectures” European Journal of the Higher Education Area, accepted for publication 22nd March 2016.

Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2016) “Does it take two to tango? Factors related to the ease of societal uptake of scientific knowledge”, Science and Public Policy first published online June 8, 2016 doi:10.1093/scipol/scw016

Benneworth, P. S. Sanchez-Barrioluengo, M. S. & Pinheiro, R. (2016) “One size does not fit all! New perspectives on the university in the social knowledge economy” Science and Public Policy (2016) doi: 10.1093/scipol/scw018

Benneworth, P. S & Dauncey, H. D. (2015) “Cultural policy, creative clusters and the complexity of higher education: notes from the case of ENJMIN in Angouleme, France”, paper submitted to the International Journal of Cultural Policy¸ http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2015.1101083

Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2015) “What stimulates researchers to make their research usable? Towards an 'openness' approach” Minerva 53(4) pp 381-410  DOI: 10.1007/s11024-015-9283-4.

Benneworth, P. & Cunha, J. (2015) “Universities’ contributions to social innovation: reflections in theory & practice” European Journal of Innovation Management, special issue on “Knowledge Exchange and Innovation in University City-Regions”, 18 (4) pp. 508 - 527.

Benneworth, P. S. (2015) “The Maagdenhuis occupation, the crisis of ‘soft coupling’, and the new university”  in Krisis: journal for contemporary philosophy, 2015/2 pp. 62‑67. http://www.krisis.eu/content/2015-2/Krisis-2015-2-10-Benneworth.pdf

Benneworth, P., S., Jongbloed, B. W. A. & De Boer, H. (2015) “Between good intentions and urgent stakeholder pressures: Institutionalising three university missions in the Swedish context” European Journal of Higher Education,  DOI:10.1080/21568235.2015.1044549, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21568235.2015.1044549

Benneworth, P. S. Lawton Smith, H., & Bagchi-Sen, S. (2015) “Building inter-organizational synergies in the regional Triple Helix: introduction to the special issue” Industry & Higher Education, 29(1) pp. 5-10.

Benneworth, P. S. (2015) “Putting impact into context: The Janus face of the public value of arts and humanities research”, Arts & Humanities in Higher Education, DOI: 10.1177/1474022214533893

Benneworth, P. (2015) “Tracing how arts and humanities research translates, circulates and consolidates in society.. How have scholars been reacting to diverse impact and public value agendas?” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education Vol 14, Issue 1, pp. 45 - 60 doi:10.1177/1474022214533888

Benneworth, P. S. & Ratinho, T. (2014) “Back to the future of high technology fantasies? Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in innovation-based economic development” Environment and Planning C, 32(5) pp. 784 – 808

http://envplan.com/epc/fulltext/cforth/c1266r.pdf.

Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2014) “Are sciences essential and humanities elective? Disentangling competing claims for humanities’ research public value” Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 1474022214534081, first published on May 14, 2014 as doi:10.1177/1474022214534081

Benneworth, P. & Herbst, M. (2014) “The academic city as destination for human capital migration”, European Planning Studies, published online first 15 Jan 2014: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09654313.2013.868869 

Cremonini, L., Westerheijden, D., Benneworth, P & Dauncey, H. (2013) “In the Shadow of Celebrity?, World-Class University Policies and Public Value in Higher Education” Higher Education Policy, Advance online publication, October 15, 2013; doi:10.1057/hep.2013.33

Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2013) “Are STEM from Mars and SSH from Venus? Challenging stereotypical perceptions of differential social usefulness of academic disciplines”, Science and Public Policy first published online October 3, 2013 doi:10.1093/scipol/sct071.

Coenen, L. Benneworth, P. & Truffer, B. (2012) “Theorizing the geographies of sustainability transitions” Research Policy `41 (6) pp. 968-979.

G.J. Hospers and P. Benneworth, (2012) Innovation in an old industrial region: the case of Twente, International Journal for Learning and Intellectual Capital 9 (1/2) pp. 6‑21.

Benneworth, P. , Hospers, G. J., Jongbloed, B., Leiyste, L.  & Zomer, A.. (2011) “The ‘science city’ as a system coupler in fragmented strategic urban environments?”, Built Environment, 37 (3) pp. 317-335

Haselsberger, B. & Benneworth, P. S. (2010) “The Euroregional Planning Approach: Strategy making and policy delivery in multi-area ‘Euroregions’” disP: the Planning Review, No. 138 (4/2010) pp. 80-94

Benneworth, P. S. & Dauncey, H. D. (2010) “International urban festivals as a catalyst for governance capacity building: The legacy of Lyon’s failed Olympic 1968 bid” Environment & Planning C Vol. 28, pages 1083‑1100, doi:10.1068/c09136

Benneworth, P. S. (2010) “Five scalar challenges and barriers to innovative practice in regeneration management”, paper submitted for special issue of Journal of Urban Regeneration Research, accepted published in 4(1).

Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R. & Madnipour, A. (2010) “Universities as agents of urban change in the global knowledge economy” European Planning Studies.

Benneworth, P. & Jongbloed, B.W.A (2009) “Who matters to universities? A stakeholder perspective on humanities, arts and social sciences valorisation” Higher Education DOI 10.1007/s10734-009-9265-2

Benneworth, P. S., Coenen, L., Moodyson, J. & Asheim, B. (2009) “Exploring the multiple roles of Lund University in strengthening the Scania regional innovation system: towards institutional learning? European Planning Studies 17:11, 1645 - 1664

Benneworth, P. & Sanderson, A. (2009) “Building institutional capacity for HEI regional engagement in a sparse innovation environment: a case study of Knowledge House” Higher Education Management and Policy, March 2009.

Benneworth P, Hospers G-J, (2007) "The new economic geography of old industrial regions: universities as global–local pipelines" Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 25(6) 779–802

Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G.-J. (2007) “Urban competitiveness in the knowledge economy: Universities as new planning animateurs” Progress in planning, 67 (2) pp. 99-198.

Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Seven samurai opening the ivory tower? University commercialisation communities of practise promoting economic development in less successful regions” European Planning Studies 15 (4) pp. 487‑511.

Papers under preparation

(all papers not yet accepted are available for verification as CHEPS working papers through the University of Twente Research Portal).

Van den Broek, J., Rutten, R & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Innovation and SMEs in Interreg Policy: Too early to move beyond bike lanes?” paper submitted to Policy Studies, Revision submitted 24th November 2016.

Benneworth, P. S., & Olmos-Peñuela, J. (2017) “Resolving tensions of research utilization: The value of a usability-based approach” Science and Public Policy, accepted 17th March 2017 (in press).

Sima, K., Beseda, J., Benneworth, P & Pinheiro, R. (2017) “What are the cultural preconditions of universities´ regional engagement? Towards a multi-dimensional model of university-region interfaces”, paper submitted to a special edition of Higher Education Policy revision invited 31st March 2017 (accepted 11 May).

Benneworth, P, Normann, R. & Young. M. (2017) “Between rigour & regional relevance Conceptualising tensions in university engagement for socio-economic development”, paper submitted to a special edition of Higher Education Policy revision invited 21st March 2017 (accepted 10 May).

Benneworth, P., Zeeman, N., Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2017) “National higher education policies challenging universities’ regional engagement activities” paper submitted to EKONOMIAZ, 92 (2) pp. 146-173, in press.

Valler, D., Phelps, N., Miao, J.T. Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) 'Science spaces as ‘ethnoscapes’: Identity, perception and the production of locality' paper submitted to Social & Cultural Geography, 7th July 2017.

Maxwell, K. & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “The construction of new scientific norms for solving grand challenges: Reflections from the Norwegian Idélab research programme” In preparation for Palgrave Communications, to be submitted 23rd September 2017.

Benneworth, P. S., & Olmos-Peñuela, J. (2016) “Clear, adequate and simple”? Balancing endogenous and exogenous legitimacy considerations in evaluating humanities research’ societal impact: Reflections on a decade of Dutch experiences”, in preparation for International Journal of Cultural Policy, to be submitted 30th September 2017.

Benneworth, P. S. & Sanchez-Barrioluengo, M. (2015) “What makes the difference?Analysing how university structural configuration influences its regional innovation contribution”, under preparation for special issue of Technology Forecasting & Strategic Change, deadline 15th October 2017.

Book chapters in last five years

Benneworth, P. S. (2018) “Civic & regional engagement & accountability” in E. Hazelkorn, Coates, H. & McCormick, A. (eds) Research Handbook on Quality, Performance and Accountability in Higher Education, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (forthcoming).

Zeeman, N. & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “Policy-making for structural reforms in Welsh higher education landscape” in J. Huisman, H. de Boer, D. F. Westerheijden, M. Vukasovic, M. Seeber & Jon File Structural reform in higher education: Examining policy success and failure Dordrecht: Springer. (forthcoming).

Benneworth, P. S. (2017), " Solidarity: the missing ingredient for a healthier academy?"  in eds. S. Zavattaro & S. Orr Reflections on Academic Lives: Identities, Struggles, and Triumphs in Graduate School and Beyond, New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “The role of research in shaping global and regional engagement” in Higher education in the world 6: balancing the global with the local, in F. X. Grau, J. B. Goddard, B. L. Hall, R. Tandon & E. Hazelkorn (eds), Barcelona, GUNI, http://www.guninetwork.org/files/download_full_report.pdf

Velderman, W. J., Eckardt, F., & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) Knowledge, policymaking and participation: a democratic challenge, in N. Dotti “Knowledge policy-making and learning for European Regions and Cities (ed.) London, Edward Elgar.

Velderman, W. J., Bakker, I., & Benneworth, P. S (2017) Beyond big data, the open data revolution for research , in N. Dotti “Knowledge policy-making and learning for European Regions and Cities (ed.) London, Edward Elgar.

Benneworth, P. & Pinheiro, R. (2017) “Regional upgrading in the periphery: A view from the "rich" Northern European cousins” in M. Fonseca & U. Fratesi (eds.) Regional Upgrading in Southern Europe: spatial dimensions and human capital, Dordrecht: Springer Verlag.

Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Tensions in university–community engagement Creative economy, urban regeneration and social justice” In R. Comunian & A. Gilmore (eds) Higher Education & the creative economy, Abingdon: Routledge.

Cunha, J., Benneworth, P & Oliveira, P. (2015) "Social Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation: A Conceptual Distinction," in Handbook of Research on Global Competitive Advantage through Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Hershey, PA: IGI Global .

Pinheiro, R., Benneworth P. & Jones, G. A. (2015) “Beyond the Obvious: Tensions and Volitions Surrounding the Contributions of Universities to Regional Development and Innovation" in Handbook of Research on Global Competitive Advantage through Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Hershey, PA: IGI Global .

Benneworth, P., Tian Miao, J., & Phelps, N. (2015) “Old and new lessons for technopoles”  in J. Tian Miao, P. Benneworth & N. Phelps (eds) Technopoles of the World Revisited, London: Routledge.

Tian Miao, J., Benneworth, P. & Phelps, N. (2015) “Technopoles of the World Revisited: How are They Making the 21st Century Industrial Complexes?”  in J. Tian Miao, P. Benneworth & N. Phelps (eds) Technopoles of the World Revisited, London: Routledge.

Korotka, M. & Benneworth, P. & Ratinho, T. (2015) “Back to the future of high technology fantasies? Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in innovation based economic development”  in J. Tian Miao, P. Benneworth & N. Phelps (eds) Technopoles of the World Revisited, London: Routledge.

Benneworth, P. & Osborne, M. (2014) “Knowledge, engagement & higher education in Europe” in GUNI (2014) Higher Education in the World 5: knowledge engagement and higher education contributing to social change, London: Palgrave.

P. Benneworth & Ratinho, T. (2014) Regional innovation culture in the social knowledge economy” in R. Rutten, P. Benneworth, D. Irawati & F.  Boekema (eds) The social dynamics of innovation networks London, Routledge.

Benneworth, P. D. Irawati, R. Rutten & F. Boekema (2014) “The social dynamics of innovation networks: from learning region to learning in socio-spatial context” in R. Rutten, P. Benneworth, D. Irawati & F.  Boekema (eds) The social dynamics of innovation networks London, Routledge .

Benneworth P. & Rutten, R. (2014) “Conclusions: mapping the contours of the SDIN space economy” in in R. Rutten, P. Benneworth, D. Irawati & F.  Boekema (eds) The social dynamics of innovation networks London, Routledge .

Benneworth, P. & Osborne, M. (2014) “Knowledge, engagement, and higher education in Europe” in (eds) R. Tandon & B. Hall, Higher Education in the World 5: Knowledge engagement and higher education: contributing to social change, London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Benneworth, P. (2014) “Decoding university ideals by reading campuses” in P. Temple (ed.) The physical university, London: Routledge.

Benneworth, P. (2013) “University Engagement with Socially Excluded Communities”; in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. Charles, D., Hodgson, C. & Humphrey, L. (2013) The Relationship of Community Engagement with Universities’ Core Missions” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. & Humphrey, L. (2013) “Universities’ Perspectives on Community Engagement” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. & Charles, D. (2013) “University-Community Engagement in the Wider Policy Environment” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. & Jongbloed, B. (2013) “Policies for Promoting University-Community Engagement in Practice” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Jongbloed, B. & Benneworth, P. (2013) “Learning from History: Previous Attempts to Measure Universities’ Community Impacts” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. (2013) “The Evaluation of Universities and their Contributions to Social Exclusion” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. (2013) “The Engaged University in Practice?” in P. Benneworth (ed.) University engagement with socially excluded communities, Dordrecht, Springer.

Cremonini, L., Benneworth, P., Westerheijden, D. F.  & Dauncey, H. (2013) “Reconciling Republican ‘Egalité’ and Global Excellence Values in French Higher Education” in J. C. Shin & B. M Kehm (eds) Institutionalization of World-Class University in Global Competition, Dordrecht, Springer.

Benneworth, P. & Rutten, R. (2013) “Individuals networks and regional renewal: a case study of social dynamics and innovation in Twente” in F. Adam & H. Westlund, Innovation in Socio-cultural context, London: Routledge.

Pinheiro, R, Benneworth, P. & Jones, G. A. (2012) “Introduction” in R. Pinheiro, P. Benneworth and G. Jones (eds.), Universities and Regional Development. A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions. New York: Routledge, pp. 1-9.

Pinheiro, R, Benneworth, P. & Jones, G. A. (2012) “University ambiguity and institutionalisation: a tale of three regions” in R. Pinheiro, P. Benneworth and G. Jones (eds.), Universities and Regional Development. A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions. New York: Routledge, pp. 11-32.

Benneworth, P. (2012) “The relationship of regional engagement to universities’ core purposes: reflections from engagement efforts with socially excluded communities” in R. Pinheiro, P. Benneworth and G. Jones (eds.), Universities and Regional Development. A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions. New York: Routledge, pp. 199-218.

Pinheiro, R, Benneworth, P. & Jones, G. A. (2012) “What next? Steps towards a recategorization of universities’ regional missions” in R. Pinheiro, P. Benneworth and G. Jones (eds.), Universities and Regional Development. A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions. New York: Routledge, pp. 241-255.

Benneworth, P. Hardill, I., Baker, M. & Budd, L. (2012) “The rise of the English regions: an introduction” in I. Hardill, P. Benneworth, M. Baker, M. & L. Budd (eds) The rise of the English regions?, London: Routledge.

Benneworth, P. (2012) “The ‘rise’ of the region: the English context to the raging academic debates” in I. Hardill, P. Benneworth, M. Baker, M. & L. Budd (eds) The rise of the English regions?, London: Routledge.

Byrne, D. & Benneworth, P. (2012) “Where and what is the North East of England?” in I. Hardill, P. Benneworth, M. Baker, M. & L. Budd (eds) The rise of the English regions?, London: Routledge.

Benneworth, P. Hardill, I., Roberts, P., Baker, M. & Budd, L. (2012) “The rise of the English regions? Conclusions” in I. Hardill, P. Benneworth, M. Baker, M. & L. Budd (eds) The rise of the English regions?, London: Routledge.

Hardill, H. , Gray, M. and Benneworth, P. (2012) Harnessing all a region’s capacities: inclusion issues in I. Hardill, P. Benneworth, M. Baker, M. & L. Budd (eds) The rise of the English regions?, London: Routledge.

G.J. Hospers, E. van Tuijl and P. Benneworth (2011), Innovation by imitation? Benchmarking success stories of regional innovation, in: T. Bas and J. Zhao (eds.), Comparing High-Technology Firms in Developed and Developing Countries: Cluster Growth Initiatives, IGI Global, Hershey PA.

Haselsberger, B.; Benneworth, P. (2011) Cross-border Communities or Cross-border Proximity? Perspectives from the Austrian-Slovakian Border Region. In: Adams, N. et al. (Eds.) Territorial Development, Cohesion and Spatial Planning. Knowledge and policy development in an enlarged EU. Routledge, pp.229-254

Dassen A. & Benneworth, P. (2011) Understanding the limits to higher education policy networks, in J. Enders, H. F. de Boer & D. Westerheijden (eds) Reform of higher education in Europe, Rotterdam, Sense Publishers.

Zomer, A. & Benneworth, P. (2011) The rise of the university’s Third Mission, in J. Enders, H. F. de Boer & D. Westerheijden (eds) Reform of higher education in Europe, Rotterdam, Sense Publishers.

Charles, D. R., Benneworth, P., Conway, C. & Humphrey, L. (2010) ‘How to benchmark university-community interactions’ in Inman, P. & Schütze, H. G. (eds) The Community Engagement and Service Mission of Universities, Leicester (UK): NIACE.

Other publications before 2009

Benneworth, P. (2009) “From FIAT City to World Design Capital: The evolving image of Turin as a industrial metropolis” in Benneworth, P., Hamm, R., Goebel, C., Schmitz, Y., Doucet, B. & Clifton, N. (eds) Actors and agency in the economic development of old industrial regions Mönchengladbach: Lower Rhine University of Applied Sciences University Press.

Benneworth, P. S. & Vigar, G. (2007) “Strategic planning in practice: the case of the North East of England” in H. Dimitriou & R. Thomson (eds) Strategic Regional Planning in the UK, London: Spon.

Benneworth, P. S., Hospers, G. J. & Timmerman, P. (2009) “Who builds “science cities” and “knowledge parks”? High technology firms mobilising heterogeneous commercialisation networks” in R. Oakey, S. Kauser, A. Groen and P v.d. Sijde (eds.) New technology based firms in the new millennium Vol 7, London: Elsevier,.

P. Benneworth and G.J. Hospers (2009), Introduction: culture, economy and old industrial regions, in: P. Benneworth and G.J. Hospers (eds.), The Role of Culture in the Economic Development of Old Industrial Regions, LIT Verlag, Münster, pp. 1-2.

Benneworth, P. & Henry, N. (2005) “Where is the Value-Added in the Cluster Approach? Hermeneutic theorising, economic geography and clusters as a multi-perspectival approach” in D. Cumbers & A McKinnon (2009) (eds) Clusters in Urban and Regional Development, London: Routledge.

Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2006) “Knowledge overspill from USOs as a driver of regional development: a review” in R. Oakey, W. During & S. Kauser (eds.) New technology based firms in the new millennium Vol 5, London: Elsevier.

Henry, N., Pollard, J., & Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Putting clusters in their place” in Asheim, B., Cooke, P. & Martin, R. (eds) Clusters and regional development: critical reflections and explorations, London: Routledge

Benneworth, P. S. Hospers, G. J. & Jongbloed, B. (2006) “New economic impulses in old industrial regions: the role of the University of Twente in regional renewal” in A. Prinz, A. E. Steenge & J. Schmidt (eds) Innovation: technological, economic and institutional aspects, Münster: Lit Verlag.

Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2006) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett?  Understanding University Spin-Offs’ Impacts on Less Successful Regions” in R. Oakey, S. Kauser, A. Groen and P v.d. Sijde (eds.) New technology based firms in the new millennium Vol 5, London: Elsevier.

Hospers, G. J & Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Onderwijs, onderzoek en ondernemerschap: de Universiteit Twente en haar rol in de regionale economie,” Tijdschrift voor Hoger Onderwijs & Management, 13 (1) pp. 32-37.

Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. J. (2006) “Managing the university third strand innovation process? Developing innovation support services in regionally engaged universities” Knowledge, Technology, Policy, 18 (3).

Hospers, G. J & Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “What Type of Regional Policy for Europe? Theoretical Reflections and Policy Lessons from Sardinia” Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 40 (6) pp. 336-344

Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2005) “University spin off companies and the territorial knowledge pool: building regional innovation competencies?” European Planning Studies, 13 (4) pp. 537-557.

Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. J. (2005) “The territorial development of innovation support assets through university / business interactions: towards a dynamic model” in R. Oakey, W. During & S. Kauser (eds.) New technology based firms in the new millennium Vol 4, London: Elsevier.

Benneworth, P. S. (2004) “In what sense ‘regional development’? entrepreneurship, underdevelopment and strong tradition in the periphery” Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 16 (6) pp 437‑458.

Benneworth, P. S. & Henry, N. (2004) “Where is the value added in the cluster approach? Hermeneutic theorizing, economic geography and clusters as a multi‑perspectival approach” Urban Studies 41 (5/6), 1011–24..

Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2004) “ “Overcoming learning uncertainties in the innovation process: the contribution of clustering to firms’ innovation performance” in R. Oakey, W. During & S. Kauser (eds.) New technology based firms in the new millennium Vol 3, London: Pergamon.

Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. J. (2004) “The territorial development of innovation support assets through university / business interactions: towards a dynamic model” in R. Wink (ed), Academia-Business Links in UK and Germany: Policy Outcomes and Lessons Learnt, London: Palgrave.

Benneworth, P. (2004) “Fire historier om klynggepolitikk” [four stories of cluster policies] in H. Gammelsæter & Peter Arbo “Teori og politikk i utviklingen av regionalt næringsliv” [Theory and policies for regional economic development], Tromso, Norway: Tapir.

Benneworth, P. (2004) “Questioning the role of ‘culture’ in territorial innovation: reflections on diverse perspectives” in Sotarauta, M & Kosonoen, K. J. (eds) “The Invisible Dynamics of Development Processes” (in Finnish)

Benneworth, P. S. (2004) “Breaking the mould: new technology sectors in an old industrial region” International Journal of Biotechnology 5 (3/4)pp 249‑264.

Benneworth, P. S., Raines, P., Danson, M., & Whittam, G. (2003) “Confusing clusters? Making sense of the cluster approach in theory and practice” European Planning Studies, 11:5, pp. 311-321.

Benneworth, P. S. & Tomaney, J. (2002) “Regionalism in North East of England” in J. Tomaney & J. Mawson (eds) England: the state of the regions, Bristol: The Policy Press.

Gillespie, A. & Benneworth, P. (2002) “Industrial and regional policy in a devolved United Kingdom” in J. Adams & P. Robinson, (eds) Devolution in practice: public policy differences within the UK, London: IPPR.

Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Creating new industries and service clusters on Tyneside” Local Economy 17 (4) pp 313-327

Benneworth, P. S. & Roberts, P. (2002) “Devolution, sustainability and local economic development: Impacts on local autonomy, policy‑making and economic development outcomes” Local Economy 17 (3) pp 239‑252

Benneworth, P. S., Roberts, P. & Conroy, L. (2002) “Strategic connectivity, sustainable development and the new English regional governance” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 45 (2) (pp 199-218).

Benneworth, P. S. (2001) “Long‑term academic relationships and high‑technology small firms” Enterprise and Innovation Management Studies 2 (2) pp 1‑13.

Roberts, P. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) “Pathways to the future? an initial assessment of RDA strategies and their contribution to integrated regional development” Local economy, 16 (2) pp 142‑159.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) “Are we realising our potential?” — joining up science and technology policy in the English regions” Regional Studies February 2001 pp 71‑78

Charles, D. R & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) “Clustering and economic complexity: regional ICT clusters in the United Kingdom” in E. M. Bergman, P. den Hertog, D. R. Charles & S. Remoe (eds), Innovative clusters: drivers of national innovation systems, Paris: OECD

Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2001) “Bridging cluster theory and practice: learning from the cluster policy cycle” in E. M. Bergman, P. den Hertog, D. R. Charles & S. Remoe (eds), Innovative clusters: drivers of national innovation systems, Paris: OECD

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Expert or lobbyist — Universities, the new regional Agenda and London’s Governance’ In R. Baldock & S. Syrett (eds) Governing London: Competitiveness and Regeneration for a Global City, London: Middlesex University Press.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Situating the North East in the European space economy’ in J. Tomaney & N. Ward (eds) A region in transition, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Benneworth, P. S. (2000) ‘“Everybody has run, and all must have prizes!” -The wonderland of the English Regional Development Agencies’ Northern Economic Review 30.

Benneworth, P. (2000) “Filling the regional policy‑network capacity vacuum – Strategic partnerships and the English regional devolution process” in L. Montanhiero & M. Linehan (eds) Public and private sector partnerships — the enabling mix, Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University Press

Benneworth, P. (1999) ‘The machine as mythology — the case of the Joyce‑Loebl microdensitometer’ M/C ‑ A Journal Of Media And Culture 2 (6)  www.media-culture.org.au/9909/micro.html  [8th September 1999]

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Plant closure and institutional modernisation: — Siemens Semi‑conductors in the North East’ Local Economy 14 (3) pp 200‑213.

Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (1999) ‘Human resources and sustaining competitive advantage in the North East pharmaceutical industry’ Northern Economic Review 29 .

Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘“Why would we have a Modern Apprentice?” — Industry training initiatives, SMEs and economic change in an economically peripheral region’, in T. Lange (ed). Skilling and the role of the firm Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University.

Richardson, R., Bradley, D., Jones, I. & Benneworth, P. (1999) “The North East” in Breheny, M. (Ed.), The people: where will they work? Report of TCPA research into the changing geography of employment, London, Town & Country Planning Association

Charles, D.R and Benneworth, P.S. (1997), ‘Electronics in the North East’, Northern Economic Review 26 pp 32‑46

Research reports

De Boer, H., Jongbloed B., Benneworth, P., Cremonini, L., Kolster, R., Kottmann, A., Lemmens-Krug, K. & Vossensteyn, H. (2014) “Performance-based funding and performance agreements in fourteen higher education systems, Report for the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, Enschede, NL: Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS)”

File, J., de Weert, E., Vossensteyn, H., Kaiser, F., Jongbloed, B., Goedegebuure, L., Westerheijden, D., Benneworth, P., Höltta, S., Enders, J., Douglas, D., Kyvik, & Cremonini, L. (2013) Policy Challenges for the Portuguese  Polytechnic Sector A report for the Portuguese Polytechnics Coordinating Council (CCISP), Enschede: CHEPS.

Benneworth, P. (2011) “Towards a strategic management agenda for knowledge exchange” MODERN Executive Report, Brussels: ESMU.

Benneworth, P. & Dassen, A. (2011) “Strengthening Global-Local Connectivity in Regional Innovation Strategies” OECD Regional Development Working Papers 01/2011, Paris: OECD

http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/governance/oecd-regional-development-working-papers_20737009

Benneworth, P., Dassen, A., Faber, M., Leisyte, L & Vossensteyn, J. J. (2010) Case studies on university collaboration models: an international comparative study, 3TU Collaboration Project working paper, Enschede, NL: CHEPS.

Benneworth, P. (2010) “Towards a stakeholder perspective on university/ community engagement” Working Paper 1 “University learning with excluded communities” project, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, KITE.

Benneworth, P., Humphrey, L., Hodgson, C. & Charles, D. R. (2010) “University approaches to engagement with excluded communities” Working Paper 2 “University learning with excluded communities” project, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, KITE.

Humphrey, L., & Benneworth, P. (2010) “University-community engagement in a Scottish University: the reality of community learning?” Working Paper 3 “University learning with excluded communities” project, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, KITE.

Benneworth, P. (2010) “University-community engagement at Liverpool Hope University: building social capital in the inner city?” Working Paper 4 “University learning with excluded communities” project, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, KITE.

Humphrey, L., & Benneworth, P. (2010) “University-community engagement at Salford University: from social innovation to new social institutions?” Working Paper 5 “University learning with excluded communities” project, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, KITE.

http://ewds.strath.ac.uk/Portals/8/wp%205%20moneyline%20case%20study%20report.pdf

OECD (2010) Sweden: a regional review, Paris: OECD,

Benneworth, P. & Dassen, A. (2010) Strengthening global-local connectivity in regional innovation strategies: A theoretical and policy reflection, Working paper 1 for the OECD “Regional innovation strategies” project, Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development.

Benneworth P. (2010) “Strengthening global-local connectivity in regional innovation strategies: Implications for regional innovation policy” Working Paper 2 for the OECD “Regional innovation strategies” project, Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development.

Benneworth, P. (2010) “The roots of engagement: University-societal engagement in long-term historical perspective”, Working paper prepared for the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement, Enschede: CHEPS.

Coenen, L. Benneworth, P ., & Diaz, F. J. (2010) “Towards a theory for transition regions in sustainable energy innovation: Comparing system innovation and innovation systems approaches” TNO Working Papers Series 2010/1, Delft: TNO. Available on-line at

www.tno.nl/downloads/TNO%20WPS%202010-01%20-%20Coenen%20Benneworth%20Diaz%20Lopez.pdf

Benneworth, P. (2010) A Handbook of university benchmarking, Brussels: the European Centre for the Strategic Management of Universities.

Benneworth, P. (2010) “Universities and Regional Engagement” MODERN Executive Report, Brussels: ESMU. 

Benneworth, P. (2010) “Universities and Regional Engagement” Working Paper 6 “University learning with excluded communities” project, Enschede (NL), CHEPS.

Coenen, L. Benneworth, P. & Truffer, B. (2010) “Towards a spatial perspective on sustainability transitions” CIRCLE Working Paper, Lund, Sweden: CIRCLE.

http://www.circle.lu.se/upload/CIRCLE/workingpapers/201008_Coenen_et_al.pdf

Conway, C., Benneworth, P., Humphrey, L. & Charles, D. (2009) “Review of university engagement” paper prepared for Newcastle University PVC (Engagement), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Newcastle University.

OECD (2009) Piemonte: a regional innovation review, Paris: OECD.

Charles, D.R., Benneworth, P. & Conway, C. (2009) A revised benchmarking tool for university/ regional engagement, Glasgow: PASCAL Observatory.

Benneworth, P. & Vossensteyn, J. J. (2009) “University cooperation models An international exploration of experiences and appropriateness of various cooperation models” 3TU Collaboration Project working paper, Enschede, NL: CHEPS.

Benneworth, P. (2009) “The challenges for 21st century science A review of the evidence base surrounding the value of public engagement by scientists,” Science for All working paper, London: Department for Business, Industry and Science/ Science for All.

Benneworth, P., Charles, D. R., Hodgson, C, & Humphrey, L. (2007) “The role of leadership in promoting regional innovation policies in ‘ordinary regions’: a review of the literature” A report prepared for NESTA Places & Innovation Research programme, London:National Endowment for Science, Technology & the Arts (available on-line at:

http://www.nesta.org.uk/assets/pdf/place_and_innovation_working_paper_NESTA.pdf )

Arbo, P. & Benneworth, P. S. (2007) Understanding the Regional Contribution of Higher Education Institutions: A Literature Review OECD Education working paper 2007/09, Paris: OECD

Goddard, J., Puukka, J., Duke, C., Dubarle, P. & Benneworth, P. (2007) as OECD (2007) Higher education and regions: globally competitive, regionally engaged, Paris, OECD/ IMHE.

Benneworth, P. (2007) Leading Innovation: Building effective regional coalitions for innovation, London: National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts.

Garlick, S., Benneworth, P. S., Vaessen, P. & Puukka, J. (2006) “Twente, East Netherlands: peer review report” Supporting the contribution of higher education to regional development, Paris: OECD.

Benneworth, P. S. & Arbo, P. (2006) “Understanding the regional contribution of higher education institutions: a literature review” IMHE “The Regional Contribution of Higher Education” project report, Paris: OECD.

Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Understanding the entrepreneurship gap in the North East of England”, Sunderland: Universities for the North East.

Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Higher education and regional economic engagement” report to the Higher Education Directorate, Department for Education and Skills, Sheffield: DfES.

Benneworth, P. S., Dawley, S., McInroy, N. & Breeze, J. (2006) “Scrutinising the business theme of the North West Regional Economic Strategy”, Report for the North West Regional Assembly, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. & Hodgson, C. (2005) “ Towards a ‘Newcastle Model’: lessons from university spin off activity at Newcastle University” Report to the Business Development Directorate, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Boosting Economic Growth and the draft North West Regional Economic Strategy” A research report prepared for the North West Regional Assembly, Newcastle upon Tyne, CURDS.

Benneworth, P. & Charles, D. R. (2005) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett? Building university-centred entrepreneurial networks in peripheral regions” Case Study Report 1: the North East of England, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P., Charles, D. R., Groen, A. & Hospers, G.J. (2005) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett? Building university-centred entrepreneurial networks in peripheral regions” Case Study Report 2: Twente, the Netherlands, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. & Bradley, D. (2004) “The Potential Closure of RAF Boulmer: A First Review of the Local Impacts” Report to Northumberland County Council and partners, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. (2004) “Regional Science Policy & Instruments: an Overview of British Developments” Report to the “Strategy for Success” scrutiny panel, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. S., Bradley, D., Charles, D. R.., Coombes, M. & Gillespie, A (2004) “The economic geography implications of major improvements in rail times between the cities of ‘the North’” Report to One NorthEast, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. & Hodgson, C. (2004) “Scrutinising science policy? lessons from the New and Renewable Energy Centre” Report to the “Strategy for Success” scrutiny panel, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. (2004) “Benchmarking Universities for the North East? Comparisons with English higher education regional associations” Report to Universities for the North East, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. (2004) “The key drivers of change facing the North Eastern regional universities” Report to Universities for the North East, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. (2004) “Draft Regional Assemblies Bill: Issues for Regional Development Agencies in Referenda Regions” Report to One NorthEast, Newcastle: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. (2003) “How do innovating small and medium sized enterprises use business support services” Report to the Small Business Service URN 03/540, Sheffield: SBS << http://www.sbs.gov.uk/SBS_Gov_files/researchandstats/Innovationreport.pdf >>

Benneworth, P. S. (2003) “MUSCIPOLI Guidelines: an independent review”, Report to the MUSCIPOLI Consortium, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Northamptonshire Partnership (2003) “Punching above its weight: the motor sport industry in Northamptonshire”, Northampton: Business Link Northamptonshire

Benneworth, P. S. (2003) “Regional Growth Rates, Delivery Plans and Targets”, DTI/ RSA Seminar Report, Seaford: RSA.

Benneworth, P. S., Richardson, R., Gillespie, A & Coombes, M. (2003) “Regional productivity — a review of the rural perspective, A research report to the Rural Economics Unit, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS

Available online at: http://www.defra.gov.uk/rural/pdfs/research/rural_productivity.pdf

Marshall, N., Bradley, D., Hodgson, C., Richardson, R., Alderman, N., Benneworth, P., Tebbutt, G., Charles, D. Gillespie, A., Tomaney, J., & Goddard, J. (2003) “Public Sector Relocation from London and the South East” Report to English Regional Development Agencies, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Charles, D. R., Dawley, S., Benneworth, P. & Conway, C. (2002) “The Regional Contribution of Higher Education to Northern Ireland” A report for the Department of Education and Learning, Northern Ireland, Belfast: DELNI

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. (2002) Evaluating the Regional Contribution of an HEI: A Benchmarking Approach, Bristol, HEFCE

Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. (2002) “How do innovating small and medium sized enterprises use business support services” Final Research Report of TISSME Project, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. S., Richardson, R. & Bradley, D. P. (2002) “The skills needs of the new and renewable energy sector in Northumberland: Phase 1 report” report to Northumberland Learning and Skills Council, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Benneworth, P. S. & Belt, V. (2002) “The skills needs of the new and renewable energy sector in Northumberland: Phase 2 report” report to Northumberland Learning and Skills Council, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘2001 electronics applications cluster investigation’ A report to the Regional Centre for Electronics Technologies, Newcastle: CURDS.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) The regional contribution of higher education, London: HEFCE/ Universities UK.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) The regional mission: regional contribution of higher education — the East of England, London: HEFCE/ Universities UK/ Association of Universities in the East of England.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) The regional mission: regional contribution of higher education — North East, London: HEFCE/ Universities UK/ Universities for the North East

Roberts, M., Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) The regional mission: regional contribution of higher education — the West Midlands, London: HEFCE/ Universities UK.

Charles, D. R., Conway, C. D., Chatterton, P. & Benneworth, P. S. (2000) ‘Universities and regional engagement in the North East’ UNIREG Project report, Newcastle‑Upon‑Tyne: CURDS

Charles, D. R., Conway, C. D., Chatterton, P. & Benneworth, P. S. (2000) ‘Universities and regional engagement in London’ UNIREG Project report, Newcastle‑Upon‑Tyne: CURDS

Charles, D. R., Mouton, B., Nauwaelers, C., Benneworth, P. S., Bradley, D. P., & Pollock, N. (2000) Evaluation of the Second Phase of the RITTS programme: regional fiches, Luxemburg: OOPEC

CURDS/ ECOTEC (2000) Planning for Clusters, London: DETR.

Dundee/ OVE Arup (2000) An evaluation of the RDA Regional Economic Strategies, London: DETR

Benneworth, P. S. (2000) An evaluation of One NorthEast’s Regional Economic Strategy, London: DETR

Charles, D., Benneworth, P., Bradley, D., Chatterton, P., Coombes, M., Cornford, J., Gillespie, A., Naylor, R., Pike, A. & Tomaney, J. (1999) ‘The Economic links between Leeds, and the Yorkshire & the Humber region,’ Report to the Leeds Development Agency

Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Innovation and the technological development of a cultural infrastructure in the North East of England’ Conceptual Paper to the Service Challenge.

Centre for Rural Economy (1999) ‘An economic inventory of the rural economy of the North East of England’ Report for Rural Council Consortium, Newcastle‑Upon‑Tyne: CRE

Richardson, R., Bradley, D., Jones, I. & Benneworth, P. (1999) ‘The people — where will they work?’ Town & Country Planning Association Conference ‘The people — where will they work?’ University of Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne 24th June 1999.

Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Evaluation of the Edinburgh University commercialisation strategy’, Report to Edinburgh Research & Innovation, Edinburgh: ERI (available at http://www.research-innovation.ed.ac.uk/documents/strategy/curds.pdf).

Charles, D. R., Bradley, D. P. & Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘The financial services cluster in Leeds’ in The impact of planning on industrial clustering, London: DETR.

Charles, D.R and Benneworth, P.S. (1998), ‘North East Regional Competitiveness Report 1997’, The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

Benneworth, P.S. & Charles, D.R. (1998), ‘The pharmaceutical and clinical biotechnology industries in the North East of England’ The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

Charles, D.R., Benneworth, P.S. & Clouston, G. (1998), ‘Developing new products and processes’ The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

Charles, D.R and Benneworth, P.S. (1998), ‘The North East Manufacturing Electronics and Software industries Second Edition: The prospects for a post‑Siemens North East’ The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

Benneworth, P.S., Charles, D.R., Coombes, M., Gillespie, A.E. & Raybould, S. (1998) ‘Statistical indicators for ranking and mapping’ Report to English Partnerships.

Jones, I. & Benneworth, P. S. (1998) ‘Developing professional business services in the North East’ The Competitiveness Project Sector Report

Armstrong, E.A., Charles, D.R, & Benneworth, P.S. (1997) ‘New models and theories of regional economic development ‑ learning, enterprise and partnership’ Report to the Labour Market Information Group, Northern TECs Council.

Benneworth, P. S. (1997) “The Future of the Structural Funds: the reform of the Regional Funds after 1999 and the consequences for regional development agencies in the North East” Report to Economic Research Services, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS.

Charles, D.R and Benneworth, P.S. (1997), ‘Electronics in the North East’, The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

Charles, D.R, & Benneworth, P.S. (1997) ‘A review of regional SWOT analyses’ A report to European Economic Development Services

Benneworth, P.S. (1997), ‘International Competitiveness: a comparison of approaches,’ The Competitiveness Project working paper.

Bradley, D., Benneworth, P.S., & Charles, D.R. (1997), ‘Developing People ‑ the North East in the context of a learning region’, The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

Charles, D.R, Benneworth, P.S. & Naylor, J.R. (1997), ‘Electronics in the North East’ Report for the North East Region Training and Enterprise Councils

Charles, D.R and Benneworth, P.S. (1996), ‘North East Regional Competitiveness Report 1996’, The Competitiveness ProjectWorking Paper.

 Articles in magazines, newspapers, social media and professional journals

Benneworth, P. (2015) “In praise of Harsh Reviews” Times Higher Education 10th December 2015, p. 38 https://www.timeshighereducation.com/features/should-post-publication-peer-review-be-anonymous

Benneworth, P. (2013) “Exploratory analysis of researcher behaviour challenges the assumption that STEM subjects are more societally useful than SSH”. LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2013/10/28/challenging-assumptions-stem-vs-ssh/ 28th October 2013.

Benneworth, P. (2011) “Cathedrals in the desert” Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2011-12, 6th October 2011, p. 50.

Benneworth, P. (2011) “Dutch lessons for an impact agenda that satisfies all parties” Times Higher Education, 17th November  2011, p. 28.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=418164

Benneworth, P. (2011) “Public arguments between academics must not discourage early career researchers from valuing impact.”. LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/09/28/public-arguments-academics-impact-value/ 28th September 2011

Benneworth, P. (2011) “Across Europe there is a fundamental failure to agree on the value of research. Classifying academic and government perspectives on impact is a step towards settling the debate” LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/impactofsocialsciences/2011/04/01/the-ahrc-funding-debate-must-now-focus-on-what-is-really-important-ensuring-that-academics-retain-the-freedom-to-research-for-the-good-of-society-and-acknowledging-the-vast-improvement-that-research-2/ 1st April 2011.

Benneworth, P. (2011) “The AHRC funding debate must now focus on what is really important: ensuring that academics retain the freedom to research for the good of society, and acknowledging the vast improvement that research councils have made in the last few years” LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog

 Benneworth, P. (2010) “Academics faced with funding cuts are accused of special pleading” Guardian Education section, 19th January 2010.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2010/jan/19/education-letters-university-funding-cuts

Benneworth, P. (2010) “From where I sit: Global University Ranking”, Times Higher Education, 18th March 2010, p. 19.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=410389&sectioncode=26

Benneworth, P. (2010) “Supercampus booster”, Times Higher Education, 8th July 2010, p. 28.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=412448

Benneworth, P. (2010) “Higher fees could be the undoing of England's universities” Times Higher Education, 2nd September 2010, p. 28.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=413276

Benneworth, Paul(2010) 'Forgotten Classics', Regional Insights, 1: 1, 22

http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/140455__926743054.pdf

Benneworth, P. (2009) “Speaking the truth to power 1” Times Higher Education, 28 May 2009

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=406755&sectioncode=26

Benneworth, P. (2009) “Shoulder to shoulder, let’s seize the day”, Times Higher Education Online, 9th June 2009.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=406919&sectioncode=26

Benneworth, P. (2009) “From where I sit: Reformation, but at what cost?”, Times Higher Education, 17 September 2009

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=408195&sectioncode=26

Benneworth, P. (2009) “Protectionism of the 'old school tie' variety 2”Times Higher Education, 29th October 2009.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=408859&sectioncode=26

Benneworth, P. (2009) “The top ten North Eastern businesses” The Journal’s Top 200 North East companies 2009

Benneworth, P. (2009)  “Higher education research is on the up 2” Times Higher Education 15th January 2009.

Benneworth, P. (2008) “The top ten North Eastern businesses” The Journal’s Top 200 North East companies 2008

Benneworth, P. (2007) “The top ten North Eastern businesses” The Journal’s Top 200 North East companies 2007

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?storyCode=405010&sectioncode=26

Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G.J. (2005) “Rebirth of a quayside: the regeneration of Newcastle-Gateshead” Statement: Magazine on Real Estate, 5 (1), pp. 40-42

Jackson, M. & Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Universities increase business innovation” The Journal’s Top 200 North East companies 2005 June 2005 p. 58.

Benneworth, P. S. (2004) “Brain cells” Parliamentary Brief 9(5) pp27‑28.

Benneworth, P. S. & Jackson, M. (2004) “Universities increase business innovation” Policy Review October 2004 p. 28.

Since March 2004, I have written regular columns (now monthly) for the Newcastle Journal, the local morning newspaper, and have written over 60 columns on industrial spin-offs, European enlargement, regional science policy & the Northern Way, and social capital.

Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Regions offer opportunity to voluntary sector’ Clearway: Urban Forum News, 24 p. 4.

Benneworth, P. S. (2000) ‘Understanding the language — mistakes can be very expensive’ The [Newcastle] Journal e‑commerce supplement, 22nd June 2000, p. 43.

Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Influencing the regional agenda’ Urban Forum Conference Issues Paper London, 21st June 1999 p. 4.

Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Influencing the regional agenda’ Regional Bulletin of the National Council for Voluntary Youth Services, 1999 (3) p. 2‑3.

Benneworth, P.S., (1997), ‘Prospects for inward investment in manufacturing in the North East’ Business Review North 9 (3) pp 12‑17

Book reviews

Blackman, T. (1996) Urban Policy in Practice, London: Routledge reviewed in Northern Economic Review 25 pp89‑91

Halkier, H., Danson, M., Damborg, C. (1998) Regional Development Agencies in Europe, London: Jessica Kingsley reviewed in Regions 217 pp 37‑40

Bucchi, M. (1998), Science and the media: alternative routes in scientific communication, London: Routledge reviewed in Information, Communication and Society

Short J R, & Yeong‑Hyun, K. (1999) Globalization (sic) and the City, Harlow: Longman reviewed in Environment & Planning B

Wouters, P., Annerstadt, J. & Leyersdorff, L. (1998) The European guide to science, technology and innovation studies Luxembourg, Belgium, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities reviewed in Technology analysis and strategic management

Rao, P. K. (2000) Sustainable development: economics and policy, Oxford: Blackwells Publishers reviewed in Progress in Development Studies .

Rasmussen, N. (1997) Picture control — the electron microscope and the transformation of Biology in America 1940‑1960, Stanford, California, Stanford University Press reviewed in Technology analysis and strategic management

Knights, D. & Willmott H. (1999) Management lives — power and identity in work organisations, London, SAGE publications reviewed in Technology analysis and strategic management/

Lawton Smith, H. (2000) Technology transfer and industrial change in Europe, London: Routledge reviewed in New technology, work and employment

Bryson, J. R., Daniels, P. W., Henry, N. & Pollard, J. (eds) (2000) Knowledge, space, economy, London: Routledge, 328 pp reviewed for Economic Geography Research Group <available at: http://www.econgeog.org.uk/pdfs/bennew.pdf >

Ludlam, S. & Smith, M. J. (Eds) (2001) New labour in Government, Macmillan, Basingstoke Hampshire 308 pp reviewed in Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy

Dosi. G (2000) Innovation, organisation and economic dynamics: selected essays, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 703 pp reviewed in Regional Studies.

Bentley, G. & Gibney, J. (eds) (2000) Regional Development Agencies and business change, Aldershot: Ashgate in Local Economy.

Roberts, P. and Sykes H. (eds) (2000) Urban regeneration: a handbook, London: Sage, in Local Economy

Gibson, R. & Ward, S. (2001) (eds) Reinvigorating democracy?, Aldershot: Ashgate, in Information, Communication, Society.

Heffernan, R. (2001) New Labour and Thatcherism: political change in Britain Basingstoke: Palgravein Environment & Planning C: Government and Policy

Peter Wood (ed.) (2002) Consultancy and Innovation: the business service revolution in Europe by London: Routledge in Work Employment, Sociey.

Peter Henessey, P. (2002) The secret state: Whitehall and the Cold War, Harmondsworth, Middx.: Allen Lane, the Penguin Press, in Environment & Planning C: Government and Policy

Sørensen, K. H. & William, R. (2002) (eds) Shaping technology, guiding policy: concepts, spaces and tools, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar in Information, Communication, Society.

Kavanagh, D. & Seldon, A. (2000) The power behind the Prime Minister: the hidden influence of Number Ten, London: Harper Collins Academic; Leach, R. (2002) Political ideology in Britain, Basingstoke: Palgrave; Seyd, P. & Whiteley, P. (2002) New Labour’s grassroots: the transformation of the Labour Party, Basingstoke: Palgrave; Review Essay in Environment & Planning C: Government and Policy 21, pp 652‑630.

Lawton Smith, H., Glasson, J., Simmie, J., Chadwick, A. & Clark, G. (2003) Enterprising Oxford: the growth of the Oxfordshire high technology economy, Oxford: Oxfordshire Economic Observatory reviewed for Economic Geography Research Group <available at: http://www.econgeog.org.uk/pdfs/bennew.pdf >

Greco, L. (2002) Industrial redundancies: a comparative analysis of the chemical and clothing industries in the UK and Italy, reviewed for European Spatial Development Policy.

Amin, A., Massey, D. & Thrift, N. (2003) “Decentring the Nation: a radical approach to regional inequality” Catalyst Paper 8, London: Catalyst  reviewed for Regions.

Keating, M. Loughlin, J., & Deschouwer, K. (2003) Culture, institutions and economic development: a study of eight European regions, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, reviewed for Regions.

Milward, B. (2003) Globalisation? Internationalisation and monopoly capitalism: historical processes and capitalist dynamism, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, reviewed for EH‑net. <Available at http://eh.net/bookreviews/library/0834.shtml >

Boekema, F., Kuypers, E., & Rutten, R. (2003) The economic geography of higher education: knowledge infrastructures and learning regions, London: Routledge reviewed for Regions.

Swyngedouw E. (2004) Social power and the urbanization of water: flows of power, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004, reviewed for Environment and Planning C.

R.A. Boschma & R.C. Kloosterman (2005) (eds) Learning from clusters: a critical assessment from an economic-geographical perspective, Dordrecht: Springer reviewed for Regions

Balls, E., Healy, J. & Leslie, C. (2006) Evolution and devolution in England: how regions strengthen our towns and cities, London: New Local Government Network, reviewed for Regions.

Stitt, J. W. (2006) Joint industrial councils in British history: inception, adoption and utilisation 1917-1939, London: Praeger, reviewed for EH.net.

Alan Harding, Alan Scott, Stephan Laske & Christian Burtscher (eds) Bright satanic mills: universities, regional development and the knowledge economy, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007; 243pp . ISBN 978-0-7546-4585-6. reviewed for Learning and Teaching.

Jörg KNIELING & Frank OTHENGRAFEN, (eds) (2009) “Planning cultures in Europe: decoding cultural phenomena in urban and regional planning”,reviewed for European Spatial Development Policy.

Dovey, K. (2010) Becoming places: urbanism/ architecture/ identity/ power, London: Routledge, 204pp, reviewed for European Urban Research & Policy.

Collini, S. (2011) What are universities for? London: Penguin, reviewed for LSE Review Books.

Elizabeth Popp Berman (2011) Creating the market university: how academic science became an economic engine, Princeton: Princeton University Press, reviewed for Minerva.

Music Festivals and Regional Development in Australia, Chris Gibson & John Connell, Farnham, England: Ashgate, 240pp, reviewed for LSE Review of Books.

McGettigan, A. (2013), The great university gamble: money, markets and the future of higher education, Bristol: Pluto Press, pp. 220, Reviewed for LSE Review of Books.

Inventive City-Regions: path dependence and creative knowledge strategies, Marco Bontje, Sako Musterd & Peter Pelzer, Ashgate, 2011, 270 pp ISBN 9781409417729 (hbk), reviewed for European Spatial Research and Planning.

Loan sharks: the rise and rise of payday lending, Carl Packman, London, Searching Finance, 140pp, reviewed for LSE Review of Books.

Humanities in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Utility and Markets. Elenore Belfiore & Anna Upchurch (eds), Palgrave macmillan, 260pp reviewed for LSE Review of Books.

Invited/refereed conference papers

  1. Benneworth, P. S. (1997) ‘Regional Governance and the European Union’ Law, Environments and Social Science Postgraduate Conference Newcastle University 22 May 1997
  2. Benneworth, P. S. (1997) ‘Electronics and learning :‑ the implications of an externally-oriented high-technology industry for a region in industrial decline’ Economic Geography Research Group Symposium Coventry University 17‑18 September 1997
  3. Benneworth, P. S. (1998) ‘Comparative institutional constraints on expressions of regional identity ‑ institutionally‑constructed regional identities in declining UK industrial regions’ Linking theory and practice: issues in the politics of identity, September 9-11, 1998, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK.
  4. Charles, D. R. and Benneworth, P.S. (1998), ‘Just where is the ‘North East’ today?  Situating the North East in the European space economy.’ The Northern Region in Transition: Perspectives from Newcastle University 20‑21 January 1998, Newcastle University
  5. Charles, D. R. and Benneworth, P. (1998) ‘Institutions and the Embedding of Global Capital: the Case of Siemens in North East England,’ Conference on the Institutional Turn in Local Economic Development, University of Sheffield, 9-10th September 1998
  6. Conroy, L. & Benneworth, P. (1999) ‘The pursuit of regional competitiveness and sustainable development in the North East of England’  The Environment: Risks and Opportunities 3rd Annual International Public Policy and Social Science Conference, St. Catherine's College, Oxford 28—30 June 1999
  7. Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘ “Buying them like shoes”The limitations of the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to the establishment of RDAs in the English Regions’, Paper presented to ‘Regional Cohesion and Competitiveness in 21st Century Europe,’ 39th Annual Congress of the European Region Science Association, University College, Dublin, 23‑27 August 1999
  8. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Can we develop regional competitiveness in the UK?’ “Regional potentials in an integrating Europe” Regional Studies Association International Conference, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao, Spain 18th‑21st September 1999
  9. Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘ “Buying them like shoes”The problems experienced by peripheral regions in the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to the establishment of RDAs in the English Regions’, Paper presented to Centre for Regional Economic Development Seminar, University of Northumbria at Newcastle Carlisle Campus, 5th October 1999
  10. Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘“Why would we have a Modern Apprentice?” — Industry training initiatives, SMEs and economic change in an economically peripheral region’, “Skilling and the role of the firm” 4th Annual International Labour Market Conference  11th‑12th October 1999, Centre for International Labour Market Studies (CILMS), The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland
  11. Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Economic strategies — the audit’ paper presented to Regional Development Agencies — How are they shaping up? Local Economy Policy Unit Seminar, 16th November 1999, South Bank University, London.
  12. Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘The regional “caucus race” — RDAs as a framework for economic development, partnership and volunteering’ paper presented to RDAs and their impact on volunteering within the private, public and voluntary sectors, National Volunteer Managers Forum, 25th November 1999, National Centre for Volunteering, Liverpool.
  13. Benneworth, P. S. (1999) ‘Understanding and evaluating the English Regional Development Agencies’ Paper presented to New Regional Strategies: Devolution, RDAs and regional chambers, Annual Conference of the Regional Studies Association, 26th November 1999, London
  14. Richardson, R., Bradley, D., Jones, I. and Benneworth, P. (1999), Employment location in North East England”, Conference on Employment in the North East of England, Town and Country Planning Association seminar series The People: Where Will They Work?, Newcastle upon Tyne, 23 June
  15. Benneworth, P. S. (2000) ‘Research, quality and the post‑modern U‑turn (or why my Ph. D. will never be accredited for ISO9001!)’ paper presented to The Post‑graduate Forum, Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society incorporating the Institute of British Geographers, 4th‑7th January 2000 University of Sussex, Brighton.
  16. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2000) “Clustering and economic complexity — regional clusters of the ICT sector in the UK” paper presented to Do clusters matter in innovation policy? OECD Cluster Group Workshop, Utrecht, Netherlands, 8th‑9th May 2000
  17. Benneworth, P. (2000) “Filling the regional policy‑network capacity vacuum – Strategic partnerships and the English regional devolution process” Paper presented to “public and private partnerships — the enabling mix” 6th International Conference 24‑27th May 2000, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, Ireland
  18. Benneworth, P. (2000) “Public‑private partnerships and strategy — the role of the university as animateur” Research Note presented to “public and private partnerships — the enabling mix” 6th International Conference 24‑27th May 2000, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, Ireland
  19. Benneworth, P. (2000) “Dealing with inward investment — lessons from North East of England” paper presented to Inward investment: developing strategy and best practice, Local Economy Policy Unit Seminar, 14th June 2000, South Bank University, London.
  20. Benneworth, P. S. (2000) ‘The English Regional Development Agencies – a comparative evaluation’ paper presented to Regional Planning and Policy, 30th Annual Conference of Regional Science Association International: British & Irish Section, University of Bath, Bath, 6‑8th September 2000
  21. Charles, D. & Benneworth, P. (2000) “Universities, learning regions and new approaches to regional planning and policy; case studies and lessons from the English regions” paper presented to Regional Planning and Policy, 30th Annual Conference of Regional Science Association International: British & Irish Section, University of Bath, Bath, 6‑8 September 2000
  22. Benneworth, P. S. (2000) “Innovation and learning in the periphery — lessons from the North East of England”  Paper presented to ‘A new Europe? Urban and regional economies, cultures and governance’ 3rd European Urban and Regional Studies Conference, Voss, Norway, 14th‑17th September 2000
  23. Benneworth, P. S. (2000) “The changing regional identities of England’s cities — understanding the contradictions and complexities” paper presented to ‘Two speed cities’? Cities and urban development in the new millennium, Regional Studies Association Annual Conference 2000, Friday 24th November 2000, London.
  24. Roberts, P., Benneworth, P. S. & Conroy, L. (2000) “Strategic connectivity, sustainable development and the new English regional governance” paper presented to Collaborative outcomes for competitive outcomes 10th Annual LEDIS Conference, 13th‑14th November 2000, Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne
  25. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Long‑term academic relationships and high‑technology small firms’ Paper presented to 9th Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference, 31st May‑1st June 2001, Manchester Business School, UK.
  26. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2001) ‘Towards a policy for high tech small firms in peripheral regions’ Paper presented to 9th Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference, 31st May‑1st June 2001, Manchester Business School, UK.
  27. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Academic entrepreneurship and long-term relationships - the case of the Joyce Loebl company’ internal seminar paper presented to Division of Imaging Science and Biomedical Engineering, University of Manchester 1st June 2001.
  28. Benneworth, P. & Charles, D. R. (2001) “Bridging cluster policy and practice:‑ learning from the “policy cycle” approach” Paper presented to RSA/ ESRC Urban and Regional Economics Cluster Seminar Group, 20th June 2001, Paisley Business School, Scotland
  29. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) “Sequences of innovation: novel approaches to new regionalism in the periphery” Paper presented to EGRG Post‑graduate symposium, 4th‑5th July 2001, University of Newcastle: Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne.
  30. Conway, C., Benneworth, P. S. & Audas, R. (2001) ‘Regional Higher Education Systems: Unequal Access, Unequal Outcomes’ paper presented to the 31st Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association International: British & Irish Section, 5th‑7th September 2001, Durham Castle: Durham.
  31. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Long-term business-university relationships and the entrepreneurial event: case studies from the North East’ paper presented to Universities and Entrepreneurship:— Perspectives from Different Countries University of Northumbria at Newcastle, 6th September 2001.
  32. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Sharpening fuzzy boundaries: regional clusters in national systems of innovation’ paper presented to “European regions and the challenges of development, integration and enlargement” Regional Studies Association International Conference, Gdansk, Poland 15th‑18th September 2001.
  33. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘RDAs in an academic perspective: learning from different policy approaches’ paper presented to ‘Regional Development Agencies and social regeneration’ Urban Forum Seminar, London 15th October 2001.
  34. Gillespie, A. E. & Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Industrial and regional policy in a devolved United Kingdom’ A discussion paper presented to the IPPR/ ESRC Devolution Programme seminar series, Devolution in Practice 12th November 2001, Leeds.
  35. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘The relationship between clusters and systems of innovation: Re‑thinking scientific governance for the new knowledge economy’ paper presented to Regionalising the Knowledge Economy, Annual Conference of the Regional Studies Association, 20th November 2001, London.
  36. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Creating new industries and service clusters on Tyneside” paper presented to “Not Rocket Science: research, development and innovation in creating new economies”, Local Government International Bureau seminar, London, 15th February 2002.
  37. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Regional challenges, regional strategies: the main social and economic challenges for the North East” paper presented to “Rise of the North East region” RSA Northern Branch seminar, 22nd May 2002, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
  38. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2002) “Overcoming learning uncertainties in the innovation process: The contribution of clustering to firms’ innovation performance” paper presented to The Tenth Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 10‑11 June 2002.
  39. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Management consultants, new ideas and policy innovation: how ‘clusters’ arrived in the English regions” paper presented to 4th European Urban and Regional Studies conference, 4th-7th July 2002, Barcelona, Spain.
  40. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Your region, your choice: the proposals” paper presented to Regions and regeneration: the impact of the White Paper, Nottingham, 11 July 2002.
  41. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Where is the value-added in the cluster approach? Integrating quantitative and qualitative approaches in cluster theory” RSAIBIS Annual Conference, 21st‑23rd August 2002, Brighton.
  42. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “The micro‑dynamics of peripheral learning networks: how peripheral actors can contest the social relations of peripherality” paper presented to “Cities and regions in the 21st Century” CURDS 25th Anniversary Conference, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 15th‑18th September 2002.
  43. Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. J. (2003) “The Role of University-Business Linkages in Strengthening Regional Innovation Systems: Understanding the Network Micro-Dynamics” paper presented to Academia-Business Links in UK and Germany: Policy Outcomes and Lessons Learnt, 28‑29th March 2003, European Research Institute, University of Birmingham, UK.
  44. Benneworth, P. S. (2003) “The micro‑dynamics of learning networks: how local actors contest ‘peripherality’ ” paper presented to “Reinventing regions in the global economy”, Regional Studies Association International Conference, 12th-15th April 2003, Pisa, Italy.
  45. Benneworth, P. S. (2003) “Influencing regional development policy: reflections on the ‘cluster experience’ paper presented to Næringsutvikling I teori og politikk: forskerseminar I Regional utvikling [Knowledge development in theory and practice: Norwegian regional researchers seminar ], Norwegian Regional Researchers Network, Molde, Norway, 14th May 2003.
  46. Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. J. (2003) “The territorial development of innovation support assets through university / business interactions: towards a dynamic model” paper presented to 11th High Technology Small Firms Conference, Manchester, England, 12th‑13th June 2003.
  47. Benneworth, P. S, & Henry, N. (2003) “Where is the value added in the cluster approach? Making sense of clusters” paper presented to 33rd RSAIBIS Annual Conference, 20th‑22nd August 2003, St. Andrews, Scotland.
  48. Benneworth, P. S. (2003) “Contesting ‘peripheralities’: modes of development beyond the core” paper presented to “Geography, serving society and the environment” RGS‑IBG International Annual Conference, 3rd‑5th September 2003, London.
  49. Benneworth, P. S. & Dawley, S. J. (2003) “Getting the best out of firm links a case study from the North East” paper presented to The business of higher education conference, 2nd October 2003, University of Newcastle Business School.
  50. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R., Conway, C. D. & Dawley, S. J. (2003) “Universities and their contribution to regional development: reflections on the ‘Newcastle Model’ ” paper presented to the Employment Research Institute seminar series, Napier University, 12th December 2003.
  51. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2004) “Knowledge overspill from USOs as a driver of regional development: a review” paper presented to 11th High Tech Small Firms Conference, 24th-25th May 2004 Twente, (NL).
  52. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2004) “University spin-off policies and economic development in less successful regions: learning from two decades of policy practice” paper presented to “Regionalization of Innovation Policy – Options and Experiences” German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) 4th-5th June 2004, Berlin (D).
  53. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2004) “University spin off companies and the territorial knowledge pool: building regional innovation competencies?” paper presented to “Industrial Dynamics, Innovation and Development, DRUID Summer Conference 2004, 13th‑14th June 2004, Copenhagen (DK).
  54. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2004) “From regional innovation strategies to the multi-level governance of science, technology and innovation?” paper presented to “Industrial Dynamics, Innovation and Development, DRUID Summer Conference 2004, 13th‑14th June 2004, Copenhagen (DK).
  55. Benneworth, P., Charles, D. R & Hodgson, C. (2004) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett?  Building university‑centred entrepreneurial networks in peripheral regions” Paper presented to “The second biannual European summer university”, 20‑21 September 2004, University of Twente, the Netherlands.
  56. Benneworth, P. (2004) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett?  Building university‑centred entrepreneurial networks in peripheral regions” Paper presented to “International Experiences in Promoting University Spin Off Firms”, 26th November 2004, University of Newcastle, UK.
  57. Benneworth, P. (2005) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett?  Building university‑centred entrepreneurial networks in peripheral regions” Paper presented to Governance and Planning research group seminar, 24th February 2005, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands.
  58. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R. & Groen, A. (2005) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett?  Upgrading economic outputs from university systems in less successful regions” paper presented to The capitalisation of knowledge, fifth Triple Helix Conference European summer university”, 18-21 May 2005, Turin, Italy
  59. Benneworth, P. S. & Charles, D. R. (2005) “Seven samurai opening the ivory tower? University commercialisation communities of practise promoting economic development in less successful regions” paper presented to “Meaning and Role of Proximity” session at Regional Growth Agendas: Regional Studies Association International Conference, University of Aalborg, Denmark, 28th‑31st May 2005.
  60. Vigar, G. & Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Strategic Planning in Practice: the case of North East England” paper presented to Perspectives on Strategic Regional Spatial Planning in the 21st Century, learning from 2 cities, 2 countries, 2 “north easts”, Waseda Machizukuri Symposium, 9-10 July 2005, Waseda University, Tokyo
  61. Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Opening the ivory tower or a new knowledge divide? Commercialisation of university professionalisation activity in old industrial regions” paper presented to “Geographies of the Academy”, session at the Networks and flows in a globalising world, RGS IBG Annual Conference 2005, 31st August–2nd September 2005.
  62. Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett?  The role of less successful places in the ‘knowledge economy” paper presented to “Universities and the Knowledge Economy””, session at the Networks and flows in a globalising world, RGS IBG Annual Conference 2005, 31st August–2nd September 2005.
  63. Benneworth, P. S. & Hodgson, C. M. (2005) “Tilting at Windmills: quixotic innovation networks in the North East renewables industry” paper presented to “Universities and the Knowledge Economy””, session at the Networks and flows in a globalising world, RGS IBG Annual Conference 2005, 31st August–2nd September 2005.
  64. Byrne, D. & Benneworth, P. (2005) “The rise of the North East” paper presented to “The Rise of the English Regions” session at the Networks and flows in a globalising world, RGS IBG Annual Conference 2005, 31st August–2nd September 2005.
  65. Benneworth, P. S. Hospers, G. J. & Jongbloed, B. (2005) “New economic impulses in old industrial regions: the role of the University of Twente in regional renewal”, paper presented to Dutch-German Applied Economics Annual Seminar, Rothenberge Estate, University of Muenster, Germany, 8th-9th December 2005
  66. Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G. J. (2006) “New economic impulses in old industrial regions: the role of the University of Twente in regional renewal” paper presented to RSA Seminar on old industrial knowledges, Gdansk, Poland. 20th-21st February 2006.
  67. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Creating economic possibilities in old industrial regions: the role of the university” paper presented to Regional Innovation systems; theory methods and practice, Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, USA, 7th-11th March 2006.
  68. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Understanding the entrepreneurship gap in the North East of England”, keynote presentation to Closing the Entrepreneurship Gap: What’s Happening in the North East?” Conference, Newcastle‑Gateshead Hilton, 16th March 2006.
  69. Charles, D. R. Benneworth, P. S. & Etzkowitz (2006) “Universities and regions: Newcastle research” paper presented to “The Embedded University” ESRC network seminar, .
  70. Arbo, P. & Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Higher Education and Regional Engagement. A Survey of the Literature” paper presented to “The regional contribution of HEIs”, OECD/ IMHE project symposium Paris, 10th April 2006.
  71. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Building policy recommendations from blurry case studies: the Twente human capital pyramid” paper presented to “The regional contribution of HEIs”, OECD/ IMHE project symposium Paris, 10th April 2006.
  72. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Who builds “science cities” and “knowledge parks”?  High technology firms mobilising heterogeneous commercialisation networks” paper presented to The Fourteenth Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, 11th-13th May 2006.
  73. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett: spin-offs and high technology clusters in old industrial regions ” paper presented to Centre for Innovation, Research & Competence in the Learning Economy (CIRCLE) Seminar, Lund, Sweden, 15th May 2006
  74. Charles, D. R., Benneworth, P. & Madanipouri, A. (2006) “Tying down the global in the competitive knowledge economy: the interaction between universities and cities” paper presented to “Universities, Science Cities and the City-Regional Agenda” ESRC Embedded University network seminar, 6th July 2006.
  75. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “The role of university spin-off firms in strengthening regional innovation systems in weaker places” paper presented to “Territorial Production and Networks 3: Knowledge, Development and Policy”, Sixth European Urban & Regional Studies Conference, 21st – 24th September 2006 Comwell Hotel, Roskilde, Denmark.
  76. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Universities and regional development: emerging conceptual debates and policy challenges” paper presented to Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies Seminar, 16th October 2006, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands.
  77. Asheim, B., Benneworth, P. S., Coenen, L. & Moodysson, J. (2006) “Co-evolution in Constructing Regional Advantage: Exploring the Multiple Roles of Lund University in Strengthening the Regional Innovation System in Scania” paper presented to “Entrepreneurship, knowledge, learning and the evolution of industrial/territorial clusters and regions.” DIME Conference, National Technical University Athens, Greece, 30th November- 1st December 2006
  78. Asheim, B., Coenen, L., Benneworth, P. S. & Moodysson, J. (2007) “Co-evolution in Constructing Regional Advantage: Exploring the Multiple Roles of Lund University in Strengthening the Regional Innovation System in Scania” paper presented to CIRCLE Seminar Series, CIRCLE, Lund University, Sweden, 16th January 2007.
  79. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Building enterprise communities of practice: Newcastle University’s spin-outs” Presentation to “New Firm Formation, SMEs and Entrepreneurship in the North East of England” Newcastle, UK, 15th February 2007.
  80. Benneworth, P. (2007) “Territorial governance in ordinary regions in the knowledge economy”, paper presented to New concepts and approaches for Urban and Regional Policy and Planning?, ESDP/ SP2SP Conference, Leuven, Belgium, 2nd-3rd April 2007.
  81. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “The ‘rise’ of the North East of England? Finding a post industrial future for the cradle of the industrial revolution’ paper presented to the Chamber of Commerce for the North Netherlands study visit, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 24th April 2007.
  82. Charles, D. R., Benneworth, P. S. & Madanipour, A. (2007) “Building Localised Interactions Between Universities And Cities Through University Property Developments” paper presented to “Emerging Models for the Entrepreneurial University: Regional Diversities or Global Convergence” 6th Triple Helix Conference, Singapore, 17th-21st May 2007.
  83. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Universities’ contributions to urban development: a multi-scalar perspective” paper presented to “The role of higher education in the development of city-regional knowledge economies”, Work Foundation “Knowledge economy” project seminar, Brussels, Belgium, 24th May 2007.
  84. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Leadership and the ‘regional innovation journey’ in ordinary regions” paper presented to “The role of leadership in the regional innovation journey of ordinary regions” NESTA Research project seminar, London, 24th-25th May 2007.
  85. Benneworth, P. S. & Coenen, L. (2007) “Scania, South Sweden: addressing paradise syndrome” paper presented to “The role of leadership in the regional innovation journey of ordinary regions” NESTA Research project seminar, London, 24th-25th May 2007.
  86. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Emerging multi-level relational spaces in the knowledge economy~: a response to Professor Jan Lambooy” Presented at “The learning region companies of age?” Tilburg University, Netherlands, 26th June 2007.
  87. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Bringing Cambridge to Consett: Building high technology communities in ordinary places” paper presented to ‘Science Cities’ Local Authority Research Council Initiative Seminar, Science & Industry Museum, Manchester, 6th July 2007.
  88. Benneworth, P. S. & Jongbloed, B. A. E. W. (2007) “Valourisation policy for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences: origins, policies, implications”, paper presented to Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies Seminar, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, 21st August 2007.
  89. Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G. J. (2007) “Economic transformation and cultural change in Europe’s old industrial regions: the case of Twente” paper presented to EUGEO European Geographers’ Conference, 21st-24th August, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  90. Benneworth, P. S. & Sanderson, A. (2007) “Building institutional capacity for HEI regional engagement in a sparse innovation environment: a case study of Knowledge House (NE England)” paper presented to the OECD Conference “The regional contribution of higher education”, Valencia, Spain, 17th-21st September 2007.
  91. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Science City Update Where are they now and how is it working out?” Presentation to BURA Seminar “Univer-cities: capturing economic and regenerative impacts”, Sheffield, 27th September 2007
  92. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R. & Humphrey, L. (2007) “Universities and excluded communities” Paper presented to ESRC “Regional economic impacts of Universities” programme launch, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, 10th October 2007.
  93. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Universities and regional development” presentation to Southern Federal University (Rostov, Russia) modernisation programme, University of Twente, Enschede, Netherlands, 22nd October-1st November 2007.
  94. Benneworth, P. S. (2007) “Leading innovation: building effective regional coalitions for innovation” plenary speech to the NESTA conference Making innovative places, London, 12 December 2007.
  95. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R., Hodgson, C. M. & Humphrey, L.(2007) “Leading innovation: building effective regional coalitions for innovation” paper presented to the NESTA conference Making innovative places, London, 12 December 2007.
  96. Benneworth, P. & Hospers, G. J.(2008) “Rebuilding the whole city? Culture as a tool of regeneration in Newcastle-Gateshead and Enschede”, Presentation to Enschede City Cabinet, 8th April 2008.
  97. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2008) “Universities and community engagement: addressing the causes of social exclusion”  Paper presented to Regions: The Dilemmas of Integration and Competition, International Conference of the Regional Studies Association, Prague, Czech Republic 27th-29th May 2008
  98. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2008) “Universities and community engagement: addressing the causes of social exclusion” Paper presented to Bridging the divide, celebrating the city, 3rd Joint AESOP/ACSP Congress, Chicago, USA, 6th-11th July 2008.
  99. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2008) “Excellence in community engagement by universities” paper presented to “ Excellence and Diversity in Higher Education. Meanings, Goals, and Instruments” 21st Conference on Higher Education Research (CHER), Pavia, Italy, 10th-13th September 2008.
  100. Benneworth, P. & Jongbloed, B.W.A (2008) “Excellence in the third mission: valorising the humanities, arts & social sciences paper” presented to “Excellence and Diversity in Higher Education. Meanings, Goals, and Instruments” 21st Conference on Higher Education Research (CHER), Pavia, Italy, 10th-13th September 2008.
  101. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R., Conway, C., Hodgson, C., & Humphrey, L. (2008) “How the societal impact of universities can be improved both conceptually and practically” paper presented to the UNESCO Global Research Forum Seminar , “Sharing Research Agendas on Knowledge Systems”, Paris, France, 28th-30th November 2008.
  102. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Reviewing innovation in Piemonte”, paper presented to the 20th Session of the Territorial Development Policy Committee, 3rd-4th December 2008, Paris.
  103. Benneworth, P., Coenen, L., & Dias Lopes, F. (2008) “New local economic development paradigms?” Paper presented to “Where are we now?”, 6th Seminar in ESRC Seminar Series “Local economic development in an age of resource scarcity”, Liverpool, 17th December 2008.
  104. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University engagement with excluded communities”, paper presented to Edge Hill University Research Seminar Series, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, Lancashire, 13th January 2009.
  105. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University engagement with hard-to-reach communities” paper presented to Higher Education making a difference to economies & communities, Initiative Meeting of Impact of HEIs on Regional Economies, Belfast Castle, Northern Ireland, 28th January 2009.
  106. Benneworth, P. (2009) “Regional governance – back to the future?” paper presented to Re-mixing the economy of welfare: what is emerging beyond the market and the state? ESRC Seminar series, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, Scotland, 2nd February 2009.
  107. Benneworth, P. (2009) From FIAT City to World Design Capital:  The evolving image of Turin as a industrial metropolis” Paper presented to The role of image in the regeneration of old industrial regions, Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Monchengladbach, 16th-17th February 2009.
  108. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University engagement with hard-to-reach communities” Paper presented to Center for Higher Education Policy Studies seminar series, University of Twente, the Netherlands, 18th February 2009
  109. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University Community engagement” Paper presented to Centre for Enterprise and Innovation Research seminar series, Salford Business School, University of Salford, 25th March 2009
  110. Benneworth, P. (2009) “University engagement with excluded communities: reflections on Hope and the West Everton Community Council”, presentation to the West Everton Community Council trustees, Everton, Liverpool, 26th March 2009.
  111. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University engagement with hard-to-reach communities” Paper presented to Unequal Places: Planning and Territorial Cohesion The UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference, Newcastle upon-Tyne, UK, 1st-3rd April 2009.
  112. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University engagement with hard-to-reach communities” Paper presented to Understanding and Shaping Regions: Spatial, Social and Economic Futures, Regional Studies Association International Conference, Leuven, Flanders, 6th-8th April 2009.
  113. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “University engagement with hard-to-reach communities” Paper presented to Community, Work and Family in the 21st Century: Innovation and Sustainability Utrecht, the Netherlands , 16th-18th April 2009
  114. Benneworth, P. & Dauncey, H. (2009) “The legacy of Lyon’s failed Olympic 1968 bid” Paper presented to Unequal Places: Planning and Territorial Cohesion The UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference, Newcastle upon-Tyne, UK, 1st-3rd April 2009.
  115. Charles, D.R., Benneworth, P., Hodgson, L. and Humphrey, L. (2009) One country, many systems: community engagement in England and Scotland, PASCAL conference on Community Engagement and Service: The Third Mission of Universities, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 18th -20th May.
  116. Humphrey, L. Benneworth, P. & Charles, D R. (2009) “Universities and Community Engagement: capacity-building and empowerment of excluded communities?” Paper presented to Higher Education and Civic Engagement Partnerships: Create, Challenge, Change, Campus Engage Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 4th-5th June 2009.
  117. OECD (2009) “Reviewing innovation in Piedmonte” paper presented to launch of OECD Piedmonte Review, Turin, Italy, 29th May 2009.
  118. Coenen, L., Benneworth, P., & Dias Lopes, F. (2009) “Providing context to transition theory: the need for a spatial perspective” paper presented to 1st European Conference on Sustainability Transitions, Amsterdam, June 4-6, 2009.
  119. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “Universities engagement with excluded communities: socialised learning in the development of novel knowledge capitals” The Role of the Triple Helix in the Global Agenda for Innovation, Competitiveness and Sustainability, Glasgow, 17th-19th June 2009
  120. Charles, D. R., Benneworth, P. S., Humphrey, L. & Hodgson, C. M. (2009) “Universities’ engagement with excluded communities” paper presented to Excellence in engagement: policies and practices for university-community engagement, HEIs’ Impact Initiative Symposium, KITE, Newcastle University, 22nd June 2009.
  121. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R., Benneworth, P. S., & Hodgson, C. M. (2009) “University-community engagement: core business or third strand? ” paper presented to Excellence in engagement: policies and practices for university-community engagement, HEIs’ Impact Initiative Symposium, KITE, Newcastle University, 22nd June 2009.
  122. Benneworth, P. S. (2009) “Innovation and social exclusion in the knowledge society: The hidden conundrum for regeneration management” Paper presented to Innovation and knowledge exchange in regeneration management: The challenges and barriers for innovation practice? 9th Regeneration Management Research Network meeting, Lancaster Business School, 25th June 2009.
  123. Benneworth, P. S. (2009) “Collaborative mechanisms at the regional level” paper presented to A new innovation strategy for regions Improving the effectiveness of innovation policy and innovation-related spending at regional level, OECD Project Meeting, Paris, France, 1st July 2009.
  124. Dias Lopes, F., Coenen, L., & Benneworth, P. (2009) “Towards a theory for transition regions in sustainable energy innovation: comparing system innovation and innovation systems” Paper presented to Taking up the Global Challenge, 15th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands 5th-8th July 2009.
  125. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “HEIs and Community Engagement” paper presented to  HEFCW Research, Innovation and Engagement Committee,Cardiff, 6th July 2009.
  126. Benneworth, P. S. & Dauncey, H. D. (2009) “The legacy of Lyon’s failed Olympic 1968 bid” Paper presented to Why can’t the future be more like the past, AESOP European Congress, Liverpool, UK 15th-19th July 2009.
  127. Benneworth, P. S. (2009) “‘The demand for skills will take off in the next 2-3 years’ Incongruence of local technology niche development and national sectoral policy in renewable energy development in the UK” Presentation to TNO workshop Upscaling of transition experiments , Utrecht, the Netherlands, 22nd September 2009.
  128. Benneworth, P. S. & Dauncey, H. D. (2009) “The legacy of Lyon’s failed Olympic 1968 bid” invited paper presented to Global Urban Research Unit seminar series, Newcastle‑upon‑Tyne, UK, 21st October 2009.
  129. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2009) “Universities engagement with excluded communities” Making an Impact: Universities and the Regional Economy, London, UK, 4th November 2009.
  130. Benneworth, P. & Jongbloed, B. W. A. (2009) “Assessing national and institutional performance” paper presented to “Driving regional innovation in times of global crisis” Third Annual DEAN Conference, Lisbon, Portgual, 19th-20th November 2009.
  131. Coenen, L., Truffer, B. & Benneworth, P. (2009) “The spatial dynamics of eco-innovation: exploring the geography of transition pathways to a low-carbon economy” Paper presented to the Centre for research on Innovation and Industrial Dynamics Seminar Series, CIND, Uppsala, Sweden, 18th December 2009.
  132. Benneworth, P. (2010) “Global-local collaborative mechanisms at the regional level” paper presented to Global challenges – regional responses: regional innovation capacities in a global perspective, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 3rd-5th February 2010.
  133. Benneworth, P. Humphrey, L., Charles, D. R.; & Hodgson, C. (2010) “Universities engagement with excluded communities: collaboration as contribution to addressing social exclusionary processes” paper presented to The Role of Higher Education in Regional and National Development, 29th April, 2010, Groningen, Netherlands.
  134. Benneworth. P. S. & Groen, A. J. (2010) “No longer the sparkling new idea”: Building an effective and sustainable university entrepreneurship programme” paper presented to The Eighteenth Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference, 27th-28th May 2010, Enschede, Netherlands.
  135. Benneworth. P. S. (2010) “Benchmarking: the way forward  Practical reflections from an academic vantage point” paper presented to Benchmarking in European Higher Education conference, 11th June 2010, Brussels.
  136. Dassen, A. & Benneworth, P. S.(2010) “Measuring the societal impacts of universities' research into arts and the humanities (HERAVALUE)” paper presented to the Humanities in the European Research Area Launch Conference, Vienna, Austria, 22nd-23rd June 2010.
  137. Benneworth, P. S. (2010) “Globalisation and regional studies for the 21st Century Beyond ‘global pipelines, local buzz’” Invited keynote presentation to Nordic Regional Studies Association Annual Conference (NORSA 2010), Seinajoki, Finland, 21st-24th June 2010
  138. Benneworth. P. S. (2010) “Universities' engagement with excluded communities: a social capital perspective” Invited presentation to Governance and Place Seminar Series, Radboud University, Nijmegen, 9th July 2010.
  139. Benneworth, P. S., Dauncey, H. D. & Hospers, G. J. (2010) “Bidding for international urban festivals: a solution to fractured urban governance?” paper presented to “Understanding city dynamics” International Conference of the European Urban Research Association (EURA), Darmstadt, Germany, 24th-26th September 2010.
  140. Benneworth, P. S. & Vossensteyn, J. J. (2010) “University cooperation models as an rescaling of tentative governance spaces?” Paper presented to Tentative Governance conference of Institute for Innovation and Governance Studies, Enschede, the Netherlands 28th-29th October 2010.
  141. Benneworth, P. (2010) “Do regions matter to universities?” paper presented to Universities and their regional impacts: making a difference to the economy and society, Edinburgh, Scotland, 16th-17th November 2010.
  142. Benneworth, P. (2010) “Universities’ wider societal impacts” paper presented to Universities and their regional impacts: making a difference to the economy and society, Edinburgh, Scotland, 16th-17th November 2010.
  143. Cremonini, L., Benneworth, P. & Westerheijden, D. (2010) “In the Shadow of Celebrity: the impact of Élite Universities of National Higher Education Systems” paper presented to Higher Education Scholarship and Public Policy: What is the Optimal Alignment 2010 Annual ASHE conference, Indianapolis, US, 17th-21st November 2010.
  144. Benneworth, P.,Coenen, L. & Truffer, B. (2010) “Theorizing the geographies of sustainability transitions” paper presented to Regions and the Environment, Annual Conference of the Regional Studies Association, London, 26th November 2010.
  145. Benneworth, P. (2010)  “Connecting excluded communities?” Paper presented to “Role of the creative economy in developing and sustaining vibrant and prosperous communities in the UK”, Birmingham, 6th-8th December 2010.
  146. Benneworth, P. S. (2011) “Benchmarking universities for strategic improvement” paper presented to Facing the rankings: Using Benchmarking tools for strategic positioning, Vienna, 20-21 January 2011
  147. Coenen, L. Benneworth, P. & Truffer, B. (2011) “Towards a spatial perspective on sustainability transitions” paper presented at the DIME Final Conference, 6th-8th April 2011, Maastricht.
  148. Benneworth, P. S. & Rutten, R. (2011) “Territorial Innovation Models beyond the Learning Regions” paper presented to Paper presented to “Regional Development and Policy Development – Challenges, Choices & Recipients” 16th International Conference of the Regional Studies Association, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, 18th-20th April 2011.
  149. Cremonini, L., Benneworth, P. & Westerheijden, D. (2011) “In the Shadow of Celebrity: the impact of Élite Universities of National Higher Education Systems” paper presented to the CHERPA Seminar,
  150. Benneworth, P. S. (2011) “The civic and community engagement roles of universities: long-term reflections on urgent political questions” paper presented to New Institutional Imperatives Seminar No.2, University of Leicester, Leicester, 8th  June 2011.
  151. Benneworth, P. S. (2011) “What is the value of arts & humanities research? From irresoluble disagreements to boundary conditions for value statements” paper presented to ‘What is the value of arts & humanities research?’ Roundtable, part of the Consortium of Higher Education Research (CHER) Annual Conference, “What are the prospects for higher education in the 21st century? Ideas, research and policy”, Reykjavik, Iceland, 23rd-25th June 2011.
  152. Dassen, A. & Benneworth, P. (2011) ‘Arts & humanities research between objective values and normative valuations?’ Roundtable, part of the Consortium of Higher Education Research (CHER) Annual Conference, “What are the prospects for higher education in the 21st century? Ideas, research and policy”, Reykjavik, Iceland, 23rd-25th June 2011.
  153. Cremonini, L., Benneworth, P. & Westerheijden, D. (2011) “In the Shadow of Celebrity: the impact of Élite Universities of National Higher Education Systems” paper presented to the Consortium of Higher Education Research (CHER) Annual Conference, “What are the prospects for higher education in the 21st century? Ideas, research and policy”, Reykjavik, Iceland, 23rd-25th June 2011.
  154. Benneworth P. S. (2011) “Beyond intrinsic value towards useful independence (or independent utility)” paper presented to “Measuring the value of arts and humanities research” HERAVALUE Roundtable EAIR 33rd Forum, Bridging cultures, promoting diversity: higher education in search of an equilibrium, Warsaw, 29-31 August 2011.
  155. Benneworth P. S. (2011) “Measuring societal impacts of universities' research into the arts and the humanities” paper presented to “Measuring the value of arts and humanities research” HERAVALUE Roundtable EAIR 33rd Forum, Bridging cultures, promoting diversity: higher education in search of an equilibrium, Warsaw, 29-31 August 2011.
  156. Benneworth, P. & Charles, D. R. (2011) “Leadership and the regional innovation journey” paper presented to “Building and Sustaining High Performance Organisations in a Challenging Environment” 25th Conference of the British Academy of Management, Aston University, Birmingham, 3rd -15th September 2011
  157. Benneworth, P. S. (2011) “Strategically coupling universities and their cities: Maximising strategic fit and optimising collaborative benefits” paper presented to Cities and their universities, UNICA International Conference, Warsaw, Poland 27th September 2011
  158. Benneworth, P. S. & Ratinho, T. (2011) “Back to the future of high technology fantasies? Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in innovation-based economic development” paper presented to Science and the city: comparative perspectives on science and technology parks, Seoul, Korea, 6th-7th October 2011.
  159. Benneworth, P. S. & Rutten, R. (2011) “The social dynamics of learning in regional innovation networks” paper presented to Paper presented to “The social dynamics of innovation networks,” Inaugural Research Network meeting of the SDIN Network, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 18th November 2011.
  160. Benneworth, P. S. (2011) “Beyond intrinsic value towards useful independence (or independent utility)” paper presented to “Measuring the Societal Impacts of Arts and Humanities Research”, HERAVALUE Roundtable at Association for the Study of Higher Education annual conference, North Carolina, USA, 16th-19th November 2011.
  161. Cremonini, L., Benneworth, P. Dauncey, H. D. & Westerheijden, D. (2011) “Reconciling National Higher Educations with Global Excellence: the Cases of France and China”, paper presented to Internationalisation and globalisation processes and their impact on national higher education systems: convergence and divergence, centres and peripheries, CEPS Sympósion 2011, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 23rd-25th November 2011.
  162. Benneworth, P. S. (2011) “High-level arguments from a low country: debating the value  of arts & humanities research in NL” paper presented to HERAVALUE Roundtable, in Positive Futures for higher education; connections, communities and criticality, Annual Conference of the Society for Research into Higher Education, Newport, Wales, 7th-8th December 2011.
  163. Pinheiro, R., Benneworth, P. & Jones, G. A. (2012) “Beyond the obvious:  Tensions and contradictions in University Engagement” Nordic Conference on Higher Education and Research,  Hanasaari, Finland, February 9-10th 2012.
  164. Olmos-Peñuela, J. Benneworth, P., & Castro Martínez, E. (2012) “Are STEM from Mars and  SSH from Venus?  a comparison of research and transfer activities in the hard and soft disciplines” paper presented to CHEPS Symposium, Enschede, the Netherlands, 11th May 2012.
  165. Benneworth, P. (2012)“The eternal search for accountability & steering in Dutch humanities valorisation debates”, paper presented to ECIS Seminar, Eindhoven, the Netherlands, 1st March 2012.
  166. Benneworth, P. (2012)“The eternal search for accountability & steering in Dutch humanities valorisation debates”, paper presented to The societal value of arts and humanities research, NIFU Research Symposium, Oslo, 2nd May 1012.
  167. Olmos-Peñuela, J. Benneworth, P., & Castro Martínez, E. (2012) “Are STEM from Mars and  SSH from Venus?  a comparison of research and transfer activities in the hard and soft disciplines” paper presented to INTERACT UNI: New perspectives on enduring research questions in university-society interaction?, Enschede, the Netherlands, 11th May 2012.
  168. Rutten, R. & Benneworth, P. (2012) “Territorial innovation models beyond the learning region: towards understanding the socio-spatial dynamics of innovation networks”, paper presented to Networked regions and cities in times of fragmentation: developing smart, sustainable and inclusive places, Annual European Conference of the Regional Studies Association, Delft, the Netherlands, 14th-16th May 2012.
  169. Benneworth, P. S. & Ratinho, T. (2012) “Back to the future of high-technology fantasies? Reframing the Role of Knowledge Parks and Science Cities in Innovation Based Economic Development”, paper presented to Networked regions and cities in times of fragmentation: developing smart, sustainable and inclusive places, Annual European Conference of the Regional Studies Association, Delft, the Netherlands, 14th-16th May 2012.
  170. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “Introduction to the HERAVALUE project” Paper presented to Towards measuring the public value of humanities research in the Netherlands, KNAW-e-Humanities Research Institute, Amsterdam, May 30th 2012.
  171. Benneworth. P. S. (2012) “Making public value a key issue for humanities researchers?  The rise and rise of the UK’s “Impact” Agenda” Paper presented to Towards measuring the public value of humanities research in the Netherlands, KNAW-e-Humanities Research Institute, Amsterdam, May 30th 2012.
  172. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “The eternal search for accountability & steering in Dutch humanities valorisation debates” paper presented to What is the arts & humanities research mission? in “Towards transformative governance? Responses to mission-oriented paradigms”, EU-SPRI 2012 Conference, Karlsruhe, Germany, 11th-13th May 2012.
  173. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “Rethinking public value failures in science and technology policy-making: reflections from when humanities met valorisation” paper presented to CHEPS internal seminar, Enschede, the Netherlands, 7th June 2012.
  174. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “Reflections on “Humanities as a source of Creativity & Innovation” JRP” paper presented to HERA Cultural Encounters Workshop, Bonn, Germany, 31st August 2012.
  175. Pinheiro, R., Benneworth, P. & Jones, G. A. (2012) “Beyond the obvious: Tensions and volitions surrounding the contributions of universities to Regional development and innovation” paper presented to 7th International Seminar on Regional Innovation Policies, Porto, Portugal, 7th-11th October 2012.
  176. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “What should be measured to capture Dutch public value of A&H?” Presentation to HERAVALUE Final Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 25th-26th October 2012.
  177. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2012) “Are Science &Technology from Mars and Social Sciences & Humanities from Venus? Challenging stereotypical perceptions of differential social usefulness of academic disciplines” Presentation to HERAVALUE Final Conference, Dublin, Ireland, 25th-26th October 2012.
  178. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “Where are the public in measures of the public value of research? Reflections from the field of the humanities” Paper presented to INGENIO Seminar Series, Valencia, Spain, 9th November 2012.
  179. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) “Dealing with the complexity of universities, networks and regions in innovation” paper presented to EPRC European Policy Seminar Series, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, 14th November 2012.
  180. Benneworth, P. S. (2012) Universities and the socially just city” paper presented to “Justice and the City” GURU TEN anniversary seminar, University of Newcastle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 15th-16th November 2012.
  181. Benneworth, P. & Ratinho, T. (2012) “Regional innovation culture in an age of globalisation – towards culture 2.0?” paper presented to “Knowledge Networking – Exploring Social Dynamics of Innovation” Joint conference of the DFG/ NWO ‘University Networking’ project team & SDIN  research group, Aachen, Germany, 7th-8th December 2012.
  182. Rutten, R. Benneworth, P. Irawati, D. & Boekema, F.  (2012) “Territorial Innovation Models beyond the Learning Region: Towards understanding the socio-spatial dynamics of innovation networks”, paper presented to “Knowledge Networking – Exploring Social Dynamics of Innovation” Joint conference of the DFG/ NWO ‘University Networking’ project team & SDIN  research group, Aachen, Germany, 7th-8th December 2012.
  183. Benneworth, P. & Ratinho, T. (2013) “Regional innovation culture in an age of globalisation – towards culture 2.0?” Paper presented to “The Social Dynamics of Innovation Network” workshop, European Policy Research Centre, Glasgow, 8th-9th April 2013.
  184. Benneworth, P. (2013) “Tensions in university-community engagement: creative economy, urban regeneration and social justice” Paper presented to “Higher education, communities and cultural regeneration” Beyond the Campus AHRC Connected Communities Research Network,  Brighton, 10th April 2013.
  185. Benneworth, P. & Ratinho, T. (2013) “Regional innovation culture in an age of globalisation – towards culture 2.0?” Paper presented to “Shape and be Shaped: The Future Dynamics of Regional Development”, Regional Studies Association European Conference 2013, Tampere, Finland, 5th-8th May 2013. http://www.regionalstudies.org/uploads/Chapter_13_benneworth_et_al_version_2.pdf
  186. Benneworth, P. (2013) “The role of universities in contributing to social innovation”, keynote roundtable presentation presented to 6th International Barcelona Conference on Higher Education, Barcelona, Spain, 13th-15th May 2013.
  187. Rasmussen, E., Benneworth, P. & Gulbrandsen, M. (2013) “Developing University Innovation Capacity: How can innovation policy effectively harness universities’ capability to promote high-growth technology businesses?”” paper presented to Innovation, strategy and entrepreneurship, 35th DRUID celebration conference, Barcelona, Spain, 16th-19th June 2013.
  188. Available at: http://druid8.sit.aau.dk/acc_papers/b61lyyb1a3yso09eea71tp1el96a.pdf
  189. Cunha, J. & Benneworth, P. (2013) “Universities’ contributions to social innovation: towards a theoretical framework” paper presented to Cities as seedbeds for innovation, Annual Conference of the European Urban Research Association (EURA), Enschede, the Netherlands, 3rd-6th July, 2013.
  190. Benneworth, P. S. (2013) Balancing conflicting tensions and goals in a science system? Top sectors, Regional Centres of Excellence and regional development in the Netherlands, Paper presented to The territories of science and knowledge and the fabric of societies,  panel session at “The roles of higher education and research in the fabric of societies”, Annual CHER Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, 9-11 September 2013.
  191. Benneworth, P. S. (2013) “Innovation systems in economic development: developing dynamic social networks”, Paper presented to The Innovation-driven Economy as the Fundamental of Indonesian Economic Growth, 1st International Conference of Indonesian Development, Erasmus ISS, the Hague, 12th-14th September 2013.
  192. Benneworth, P. (2013) “Opening the black box of the regionally engaged university: organisational and institutional approaches to universities and regional development” Keynote Speech to The Role of Universities in Regional Development, Waterford, Ireland, 30th October 2013.
  193. P. Benneworth (2013) “Bridging the knowledge gap – the Horizon 2020 perspective” paper presented to Workshop EU Knowledge & Innovation Divide, DG RESEARCH, Brussels, 13th November 2013.
  194. Benneworth, P., De Boer, H. F. & Jongbloed, B. W. A. (2013) “Towards a collaboration policy for Linköping University”, paper presented to Linköping University Management Day, Linköping, Sweden, 27th November 2013.
  195. Benneworth, P. (2013) “Universities and Engagement – an International Perspective”, paper presented to Glasgow,  A City of the Future: The EcCoWell Approach for 2020 5th December 2013.
  196. Benneworth, P. (2014) HERAValue – Measuring the value and impact of Arts & Humanities Research” Paper presented to “Achieving Impact: Socio-economic Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in Horizon 2020” Conference, Athens, Greece, 26th-27th February 2014.
  197. Benneworth, P. (2014) “Opening the black box of the regionally engaged university: organisational and institutional approaches to universities and regional development” Paper presented to Agder Forskning Research Seminar Series, Agder, Norway, 21st March 2014.
  198. Benneworth, P. S., Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2014) “The role of the ‘Rector’ in place based leadership” paper presented to CHEPS internal seminar, Enschede, the Netherlands, 16th April 2014.
  199. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2014) “Explaining researchers’ willingness for non-academics to influence their research agendas” Paper presented to Eu-SPRI Forum Early Career Researcher Conference “Interdisciplinarity in the Study of the Dynamics of Science, Technology and Innovation” - 2014 INGENIO PhD Days, Valencia, Spain, 11th-13th April 2014.
  200. Korotka, M., Benneworth, P. & Ratinho, T. (2014) “The role of universities in innovation networks: the role of proximity on innovation dynamics in knowledge community precincts” paper presented to “The Social Dynamics of Innovation Network” working group meeting, Sittard/ Heerlen, the Netherlands, 12th-13th May 2014.
  201. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martínez, E. (2014) “What drives academics to create knowledge more easily exploited through productive interactions with societal users?” Paper presented at the department of Science System Assessement (Rathenau Instituut), the Hague, The Hague,  27th May 2014.
  202. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martínez, E. (2014) “What determines academics' readiness to produce strong contextualized  knowledge?” Paper presented to the Centre for Higher Education Policy Studies, Enschede, the Netherlands, 2nd June 2014.
  203. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martínez, E. (2014) “What are the factors underlying researchers’ openness to incorporate external influences in their research process?” Paper presented to INGENIO Seminar, CSIC-UPV Valencia Spain, 12th June 2014.
  204. Pinheiro, R., Benneworth, P. S., & Karlsen, J. (2014) “Opening the “Black-Box” of Place-Based Leadership. Deconstructing the role of university senior leadership in city/regional development” paper presented to “Cities learning together: Public administration as domain for smart solutions” Pascal Workshop, Tampere, Finland 12th-13th June 2014.
  205. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martínez, E. (2014) “Understanding researchers’ openness to external parties influencing academic research”, paper presented to Eu-SPRI Forum 2014 Conference Science and innovation policy: dynamics, challenges, responsibility, practice, Manchester, UK, 18th-20th June 2014.
  206. Thune,. T. Gulbrandsen, M., Benneworth P. & Olmos-Peñuela, J. (2014) “Universities in external knowledge networks: particular roles for particular universities?” paper presented to Eu-SPRI Forum 2014 Conference Science and innovation policy: dynamics, challenges, responsibility, practice, Manchester, UK, 18th-20th June 2014.
  207. Cunha, J. & Benneworth, P. (2014) “Social entrepreneurship and social innovation: are both the same?” Paper presented to ICOPEV (International Conference on Project Evaluation) 2014 Conference, Guimares, Portugal, 26th-27th June 2014.
  208. Benneworth, P. (2014) “The modern university and urban transformation” Paper presented to “Universities, Cities and Transformation: Practices of Cultural Intermediation. and Expectations of Knowledge” AHRC Connected Communities Conference, Salford, UK, 1st-2nd September 2014.
  209. Benneworth, P. S., Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2014) “Strategic Agency & Institutional Change: Investigating the Role of Universities in Regional Innovation Systems (RISs)” paper presented to the 7th Annual Euromed Academy of Business Conference, Kristiansand, Norway, 18th-19th September 2014.
  210. Benneworth, P., Olmos-Peñuela, J., & Castro-Martínez, E. (2014) “Reframing the ‘impact’ debate: understanding what defines societally usable scientific knowledge” Paper presented to INGENIO Seminar, CSIC-UPV Valencia Spain, 16th October 2014.
  211. Benneworth, P. S., Amanatidou, E., Edwards Schachter, M. & Gulbrandsen, M. (2014), Social Innovation Futures: beyond policy panacea and conceptual ambiguity, Paper presented to STƏPS Internal Seminar Series, Enschede, the Netherlands, 10th December 2014.
  212. Edwards Schachter, M., Wallace, M.  & Benneworth, P. (2014) “Defining social innovation: conceptual boundaries and pitfalls” Paper presented to INGENIO Seminar, CSIC-UPV Valencia Spain, 11th December 2014.
  213. Benneworth, P. S., Amanatidou, E., Edwards Schachter, M. & Gulbrandsen, M. (2015), Social Innovation Futures: beyond policy panacea and conceptual ambiguity, Paper presented to TIK Internal Seminar Series, Oslo, Norway, 14th January 2015.
  214. Benneworth, P., Olmos-Peñuela, J., & Castro-Martínez, E. (2015) “What’s so special about the humanities (research)?  Paper presented to Strategic Research Project 2013-2015: Quality and interaction, Oslo, Norway, 15th January 2015.
  215. Benneworth, P., Olmos-Peñuela, J., & Castro-Martínez, E. (2015) “The impact and public value of humanities research: lessons from the HERAVALUE project” Paper presented to Impact of the Humanities symposium, University of Copenhagen Faculty of Humanities, 22nd January 2015.
  216. Amanatidou, E., Benneworth, P. S., Edwards Schachter, M. & Gulbrandsen, M. (2015), Social Innovation Futures: beyond policy panacea and conceptual ambiguity, Paper presented to MIoIR MIoIR Internal Seminar Series, Manchester, UK, 11th February 2015.
  217. Benneworth, P. (2015) “Social Innovation Futures: what can social innovation learn from the Multi-Level Perspective?” Paper presented to CIRCLE Internal Seminar Series, Lund, Sweden, 25th February 2015.
  218. Benneworth, P. (2015) “Universities and Science Spaces in European Context” A presentation to the “Global Science Scapes” Leverhulme seminar, Oxford, UK, 25th March 2015.
  219. Benneworth, P. (2015) “Social Innovation Futures: what can social innovation learn from the Multi-Level Perspective?” Paper presented to Innovation Studies seminar series, Utrecht, University, 16th April 2015.
  220. Benneworth, P. (2015) From representations of science parks to global science scapes” Presentation to TU Delft Spatial Planning Seminars, Technical University of Delft, Delft, 23rd April 2015.
  221. Van den Broek, J., Rutten, R & Benneworth, P. S. (2015)  “Innovation and SMEs in Interreg Policy: Too early to move beyond bike lanes?” paper presented to Global Growth Agendas: regions, institutions and sustainability, European Conference of the Regional Studies Association, Piacenza, Italy,  25th-27th May 2015.
  222. Benneworth, P. S. & Sanchez-Barrioluengo, M. (2015) “What makes the difference?Analysing how university structural configuration influences its regional innovation contribution”, paper presented to EU-SPRI 2015 Annual Conference, Helsinki, 9th-11th June 2015.
  223. Benneworth, P. (2015) “Social Innovation Futures: what can social innovation learn from the Multi-Level Perspective?” paper presented to EU-SPRI 2015 Annual Conference, Helsinki, 9th-11th June 2015.
  224. Benneworth, P. S. & Sanchez-Barrioluengo, M. (2015) “What makes the difference?Analysing how university structural configuration influences its regional innovation contribution”, paper presented to CHEPS Internal Seminar Series Enschede, 7th July 2015.
  225. Pinheiro, R. M. & Benneworth, P. S. (2015)  “Universities, Regions and Regional Development – Sagas, challenges & possibilities” paper presented to International Conference "Russian Regions coming through changes", Yekaterinburg, November 12-14, 2015.
  226. Benneworth, P. S. (2015) “From upscaling of social innovation to the understanding the scales of social innovation” paper presented to Social Innovation 2015: Pathways to Social Change, SI DRIVE Conference 2015, Vienna, Austria, 18th-19th November 2015.
  227. Benneworth, P. (2016) “Supporting knowledge for policymaking: beyond speaking truth to power” paper presented to Knowledge, Policymaking and Learning in European Metropolitan Areas: Experiences and Approaches, 25-26 January 2016, Brussels.
  228. Benneworth, P. & Velderman, W. J. (2016) “Accounting for smart citizen knowledge in controversial decision-making processes: a case of waste oil water injection in north east Twente, the Netherlands” A paper presented to “Grasping Global Cities’ Societal Challenges”, Brussels, Belgium, 4th-5th February 2016.
  229. Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Talking about Kennispark: understanding expat campus stories to explore global science spaces’ symbolic attractiveness for highly skilled migrants” paper presented to Learning in place-making in regional innovation, Conference of the Social Dynamics of Innovation Working Group, 10th-11th March 216, Oosterwijk, Noord Brabant (NL).
  230. Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “High technology fantasies in the Delta? Constructing a national strategic science site in the Dutch post-industrial periphery” paper to be presented to Global Science Spaces, a session of the Association of American Geographers Conference, 29th March – 2nd April 2016, San Francisco, United States.
  231. Benneworth, P. & Velderman, W. J. (2016) “Accounting for smart citizen knowledge in controversial decision-making processes: a case of waste oil water injection in north east Twente, the Netherlands” paper presented to “Building Bridges: cities and regions in a transnational world”, European Conference of the Regional Studies Association, Graz, Austria, 3rd-6th April 2016
  232. Benneworth, P.S. (2016) “The role of universities of applied science in stimulating regional development in a globalising knowledge economy” Keynote presentation to ‘Centres of cooperation striving for excellence: professional higher education and the world of work‘, 26th Annual Conference of EURASHE, Belgrade, Serbia, 21st-22nd April 2016.
  233. Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “The connected university under threat” Keynote presentation to xThe Connected University Symposium, University College Roosevelt, Middelburg, Netherlands, 20th May 2016.
  234. Benneworth, P. S., Velderman, W.-J. & Stienstra, M. (2016) Towards creating ‘munificent regional ecosystems for rural social entrepreneurship’? keynote paper presented to 14th Rural Entrepreneurship Conference, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, 15th-17th June 2016.
  235. Benneworth, P. S. & Velderman, W.-J. (2016) “Wat kan sociaal ondernemerschap werkelijk betekenen voor Twente?” paper presented to H164 Conference ‘Sociaal ondernemerschap op de kaart in Twente – inspireren tot sociaal innoveren en ondernemen’, Wijngaard Hof van Twente, Bentelo (NL), 22nd June 2016.
  236. Benneworth, P. (2016) “Entrepreneurial Academia, The University Third Mission and The Triple Helix” Keynote presentation to Regional HELIX conference, 29th June – 1st July 2016, Castelo Branco, Portugal.
  237. Juliani, D. Tamilis da Silva, A. Cunha, J. & Benneworth, P. (2016) “Insights from a case study on social innovation” paper presented to Regional HELIX conference, 29th June – 1st July 2016, Castelo Branco, Portugal.
  238. Benneworth, P. & Olmos-Penuela, J. (2016) "Developing a common vocabulary and grammar for SSH Impact" paper presented to Enressh Impact Working Group meeting, Poznan, Poland, 11th-12th July 2016.
  239. Benneworth, P. & Olmos-Penuela, J. (2016) " Towards a fiche for capturing the diversity of SSH impact" paper presented to Enressh Impact Working Group meeting, Poznan, Poland, 11th-12th July 2016.
  240. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P., & Castro-Martínez, E. (2016) “Putting in more than you take out” Towards evaluating research based on its public (not private) contributions” STI Conference 2016 21st International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators: Peripheries, frontiers and beyond 13th-15th September 2016
  241. Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Building a “magnetism” for international knowledge migrants through a science park the case of Kennispark Twente” Paper presented to Global Science ’Scapes Triple Helix Association Annual Conference, Heidelberg 25th-27th September 2016
  242. Eckardt, F. Velderman, W. J. & Benneworth, P. & (2016) “Accounting for smart citizen knowledge in controversial decision-making processes: a case of waste oil water injection in north east Twente, the Netherlands” A paper presented to “Smart City-Regional Governance for Sustainability” Dresden, Germany, 6th-7th October 2016.
  243. Bucholski, M., Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Peeking into the practices and roles of students as university’s knowledge ambassadors” paper presented to CHEPS Seminar Series, Enschede, the Netherlands, 8th December 2016.
  244. Bucholski, M., Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Peeking into the practices and roles of students as university’s knowledge ambassadors” paper presented to HTSR Seminar Series, Enschede, the Netherlands, 12th December 2016.
  245. Reetta Muhonen, Julia Olmos Peñuela, Paul Benneworth. (2017) State of the Art – Societal impact and relevance of the SSH research. SSH Evaluation: Reconciling needs and methods. Meeting for European Network for Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities (ENRESSH), 19th January 2017, Prague, Czech Republic.
  246. Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “Twente Move2Social: kantekeningen vanuit de wetenschap” paper presented to Twente Move2Social launch event, Enschede, the Netherlands, 31st January 2017.
  247. Benneworth P.S. & Jongsma, M. (2017) “Trends in academic careers in the Netherlands and reflections from the UT”, presentation to Promovendus Network UT, Enschede, the Netherlands, 22nd February 2017.
  248. Bakker, I., Velderman, W.-J. & Benneworth, (2017) “De waarde van open data” paper presented to Smart City & Landscape, Conference of Architectuurcentrum Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands, 1st March 2017.
  249. Benneworth, P. Eckardt, F., & Velderman, W. J. (2017) Accounting for smart citizen knowledge in controversial regional decision-making processes? A case of waste oil water injection in north east Twente, the Netherlands, A paper presented to “SIRIUS 10th Anniversary Symposium” Enschede, the Netherlands, 11th March 2017.
  250. Muhonen, Reetta, Olmos Peñuela Julia & Benneworth Paul (2017) SSH Pathways to societal impact. Paper presented to the ENRESSH network meeting 7.-8.3.2017 Sofia, Bulgaria
  251. Muhonen Reetta, Olmos Peñuela Julia & Benneworth Paul (2017) How SSH research makes it way beyond academia? Annual Sociology Meeting, 23-24 March 2017, Tampere, Finland.
  252. Benneworth, P.S., Muhonen, R, & Olmos Peñuela, J. (2017) Impact & public values: how can funders usefully support impact? Keynote presentation to Impact, social science and humanities, Oslo Institute for Research on the Impact of Science (OSIRIS) Workshop, Oslo, Norway, 27th March 2017.
  253.   Benneworth, P.S., Muhonen, R, & Olmos Peñuela, J. (2017) Towards understanding the societal impact of social science research? Paper presented to Luxemburg Institute of Socio-Economic Research, 12th April 2017, Luxemburg.
  254. Muhonen Reetta, Olmos-Peñuela Julia & Benneworth Paul (2017) Vaikuttavuuden mekanismit yhteiskunta- ja humanistisissa tieteissä. (Mechanisms of SSH engagement with society) Opetus- ja kulttuuriministeriö/Ministry of Education and Culture. Finland, Helsinki, 15th May 2017.
  255. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martinez, E. (2016) “Openness and barriers for societal engagement. Does usable research face higher obstacles within the academy?”, paper presented to The Future of STI – The Future of STI Policy” Eu-SPRI Annual Conference, Vienna, 7th-9th June 2017.
  256. Reetta Muhonen, Julia Olmos Peñuela & Paul Benneworth. Modes and mechanisms of social sciences and humanities engagement. Experimentation and Evidence. Annual symposium of Science and Technology Studies, 8.–9.6.2017, Helsinki.
  257. Benneworth, P. S. (2017) Promoting university interaction with regional actors for regional development in Twente, Presentation to “The role of universities for innovation and regional development” workshop, University of Aalborg, Denmark, 22nd June 2017
  258. Benneworth, P., Zeeman, N., Pinheiro, R. & Karlsen, J. (2017) “National higher education policies challenging universities’ regional engagement activities” Paper presented to Towards Regionally Engaged Universities, University of Duesto, Bilbao, 26th-27th June 2017.
  259. Benneworth, P.S., Muhonen, R, & Olmos Peñuela, J. (2017)  Towards a common understanding on the societal impact of SSH researchPaper presented to RESSH2017 - Research Evaluation in the Social Sciences and Humanities, Antwerpen, 6th-7th juli 2017.
  260. Reetta Muhonen, Julia Olmos-Peñuela & Paul Benneworth (2017) From products to activities - SSH pathways to societal impact. European network for Evaluation in the Social Sciences and the Humanities -meeting. July 5, 2017. Antwerp, Belgium.
  261. Olmos Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. S., Amara, N. & Prado-Gascó, V. (2017) “Openness in academic research: development and content validity of a questionnaire” paper presented to Psychology addressing society’s greatest challenges, 15th European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, 11th-14th July 2017.
  262. Fransen, A.F., Van den Broek, T.A., & P.S. Benneworth (2017). Objection to Injection: The Role of Media in Framing a Corporate Scandal. Short paper presented at the Social Movements, Stakeholder, and Nonmarket Strategies Workshop of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 4-8 August 2017 , Atlanta (Georgia), USA.
  263. Reetta Muhonen, Julia Olmos Peñuela & Paul Benneworth (2017) From products to processes – SSH pathways to societal impact. 30th Annual Conference on Higher Education Cobsortium, CHER, 28-30.8.2017, Jyväskylä, Finland.
  264. Benneworth, P. S. (2017) Research impact and public value in the social sciences and humanities Paper presented to “Impact Taxonomies in the Humanities and Social Sciences”, Copenhagen, Denmark, September 1, 2017.
  265. Mensing, R., Cunha, J. & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “Developing a tool to measure the impact of sending student volunteers to the global south” paper presented to Under pressure? Higher education institutions coping with multiple challenges, 29th Annual Forum of EAIR, Porto: Portugal 3rd-6th September 2017.
  266. Benneworth, P. S. & Eckardt, F. (2017) " Unlocked urban dissensuses: bringing the citizen as expert back to urban democracy", Paper presented to “Valuing urban dissensus”, special session of RC21 Conference 2017 Rethinking Urban Global Justice: An international academic conference for critical urban studies”, University of Leeds, Leeds, 11th-13th September 2017.
  267. Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “Waarom sociale ondernemerschap in de hedendaagse Zorg en Welzijn sector: een wetenschappelijke reflectie,” Kick-off IMZO, Hengelo, 14th September 2017.
  268.  

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  1. Benneworth, P. S. (1996) “Future of the European Structural Funds into the 21st Century” CURDS Working Paper, Newcastle upon Tyne: CURDS
  2. Goddard, J.B., Reed, B., Charles, D.R. & Benneworth, P.S, (1997) ‘Memorandum of Evidence on the future of the Regional Funds,’ in Reducing disparities within the European Union: the effectiveness of the structural and cohesion funds House of Lords Select Committee on the European Communities 11 August 1997.: the report, London, HMSO.
  3. Charles, D.R and Benneworth, P.S. (1997), ‘Electronics in the North East’, Northern Economic Review 26 pp 32‑46
  4. Benneworth P.S. (1998), ‘The future of TECs in the forthcoming RDA framework,’ Regions 216 pp 5‑8
  5. Benneworth P.S. (1998), ‘Regional Development Agencies and Chambers — the latest developments in the English Regions’ Regions 217 pp 3‑8
  6. Benneworth P.S. (1998), ‘Regional strategies: RDAs and the European Structural Funds — the roles of RDAs in changing English governance,’ Regions 218 pp 9‑15
  7. Benneworth P.S. (1999), ‘The establishment of RDAs in England: the state of progress — December 1998,’ Regions 219 pp 8‑15
  8. Benneworth P.S. (1999), ‘The future for relations between Higher Education and RDAs,’ Regions 220 p 15‑22
  9. Benneworth P.S. (1999), ‘RDAs and their Regional Economic Strategies — emerging issues and different approaches,’ Regions 221 pp 14‑22
  10. Benneworth P.S. & Conroy, L. (1999) “Sustainable development, Regional Economic Strategies and the RDAs — their first true test of ‘joined‑up thinking’”, Regions 222
  11. Benneworth P.S. (1999) ‘The later stages of the Regional Economic Strategies planning process for RDAs — Moving from consultation to approval and implementation’ Regions 223 pp 24‑34
  12. Benneworth P.S. (1999) ‘London Development Agency — the forgotten giant? Approaches to the establishment of the LDA and lessons for the English regional project’ Regions 224 pp 11‑21
  13. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P.S. (1999) ‘Memorandum of Evidence on Regional Development Agencies,’ in Regional Development Agencies Environment, Transport & Regions Select Committee Inquiry, London: The Stationary Office.
  14. Benneworth, P., Coombes, M., Tomaney, J. & Gillespie, A. (1999) ‘The role of Central Government and regional and local levels: the case of the North East of England’ Response to the Cabinet Office PIU Consultation Newcastle: CURDS
  15. Benneworth, P.S. (2000) ‘An initial assessment of the eight final Regional Economic Strategies — a new phase in relations between Governments and the RDA Boards.’ Regions 225 pp 9‑21.
  16. Benneworth, P.S. (2000) ‘ “The strategies were just a warm‑up — we’re changing to implementation!”’ Regions 226 pp 16‑32
  17. Benneworth, P.S. (2000) ‘Reaching out, Regional Development Agencies and evolving regional governance ‑ lessons from the RDAs first operational year’ Regions 227 pp 22‑40
  18. Benneworth, P.S. (2000) ‘Shifting goalposts and drifting timetables — gradual acceptance of a more measured strategy process’ Regions 228 pp 22‑42
  19. Benneworth, P.S. (2000) ‘Spending reviews, performance indicators and soul‑searching the first clear indications of Governmental intentions towards their RDAs.’ Regions 229
  20. Benneworth, P. S. & Jones, I. (2000) “Are the regions learning to succeed? The evolving relationships between RDAs and Learning & Skills Councils” Regions 230
  21. Benneworth, P. S., Conroy, L. & Roberts, P. (2001) “RDAs as foci for new regional strategies — The case of sustainable regional development” Regions 231
  22. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) “The difference of democracy: the London Economic Development Strategy and the Greater London Authority” Regions 232 pp 6‑9.
  23. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2000) “Memorandum of evidence on Realising Our Potential, London: HMSO in Are we realising our Potential House of Commons Science and Technology Committee Inquiry, London: The Stationary Office
  24. Benneworth, P. S. & Whitehead, F. (2001) “Building the knowledge economy in the English regions? Regional Development Agencies’ approaches to cluster strategies” Regions 233.
  25. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) Regional Development Agencies and the DTI: Making sense of the post‑election re‑organisation of the ‘regional project’ Regions 235
  26. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Regions offer opportunity to voluntary sector’ Clearway: Urban Forum News, 24 p. 4.
  27. Benneworth, P. S. & Whitehurst, F. (2001) ‘The ‘wicked issues’ of clusters, clustering and cluster policy: making practical sense of diverse academic debates and discussions’ The Regional Review: the publication of the Yorkshire and the Humber Regional Research Observatory, 11 (2) .
  28. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘The relationship between clusters and systems of innovation: Re‑thinking scientific governance for the new knowledge economy’ in A. Maconochie & S. Hardy (eds) Regionalising the knowledge economy, Seaford: Regional Studies Association.
  29. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘Academic entrepreneurship and long term business relationships: the case of the Joyce‑Loebl company’ Northern Economic Review 32 96‑104
  30. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2002) “Evaluating the regional contribution of an HEI: a benchmarking approach” HEFCE Good Practice 02/23, Bristol: Higher Education Funding Council for England.
  31. Benneworth, P. S. (2001) ‘ “A really dreadful agency that removes democracy absolutely”? RDAs and their regional partners contributions to English devolution’ Regions 236.
  32. Benneworth, P. S. (2002) ‘Your region, your choice and the Regional Development Agencies.  Providing a stronger focus for economic development institutions’ Regions 240.
  33. Benneworth, P. S. & Dabinett, G. E. (2002) ‘English devolution and regional development – Your region, your choiceLocal Work 46, Manchester: Centre for Local Economic Strategies.
  34. Benneworth & McInroy, N. (2002) (eds) “Our regions, our choices: debating the future for the English regions” CLES Policy Paper, Manchester: Centre for Local Economic Strategies.
  35. Charles, D. R., Perry, B., & Benneworth, P. (2003) Regions and science policy, Seaford: Regional Studies Association.
  36. Charles, D. R. & Benneworth, P. S. (2003) “Memorandum of evidence on Science and the Regional Development Agencies” in Science and the Regional Development Agencies, Lords Science and Technology Sub‑Committee B Inquiry, London: The Stationary Office
  37. Tomaney, J., Benneworth, P. S. & Pike, A. (2003) “Memorandum of evidence on Reducing Regional Disparities in Prosperity” in Reducing Regional Disparities in Prosperity Office of the Deputy Prime Minister: Housing, Planning, Local Government and the Regions Inquiry, London: The Stationary Office
  38. Tomaney, J., Benneworth, P. S. & Pike, A. (2003) “Reducing regional disparities through public policy” Town and Country Planning 72 (4) pp 126‑129.
  39. Charles, D.R., Dawley, S., Benneworth, P. and Conway, C. (2003) ‘The regional mission of higher education in Northern Ireland’, Labour Market Bulletin (DEL-NI), 17, 160-164. Available online at: http://www.delni.gov.uk/labour_bull_17.pdf
  40. Benneworth, P. S., Gillespie, A., Pike, A. & Tomaney, J. (2003) Response to the Structural Funds consultation paper ‘A Modern Regional Policy for the United Kingdom’ , London: DTI
  41. Benneworth, P. S. (2003) ‘Regional Growth Rates, Delivery Plans and Targets’ DTI/Regional Studies Association Seminar Report, Monday 23rd June 2003.
  42. Benneworth, P. S. (2003)  ‘Regional Investment’ DTI/Regional Studies Association Seminar Report – Monday 22nd September 2003
  43. Benneworth, P. S. (2003)  ‘Regional Modelling’ DTI/Regional Studies Association Seminar Report – Monday 20th October 2003
  44. Benneworth, P. S. (2004)  ‘Business Start-ups and economic growth: the regional evidence and policy implications’ DTI/Regional Studies Association Seminar Report – Monday 22nd March 2004.
  45. Benneworth, P. S. & ONE (2004) “Memorandum of evidence on The Draft Regional Assemblies Bill” in The Draft Regional Assemblies Bill Office of the Deputy Prime Minister: Housing, Planning, Local Government and the Regions Inquiry, London: The Stationary Office
  46. Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “What happened in the North East? Where do we go from here” paper presented to “Regions after the Referendum – the end of a dream?”, QMW Seminar, London, 12th January 2005.
  47. Carpenter, C. & Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Practical devolution and decentralisation”, paper presented to “Regions after the Referendum – the end of a dream?”, QMW Seminar, London, 12th January 2005.
  48. Benneworth, P. S. (2005) Newcastle: A Science City in Action: Linking Science and the City paper to Newcastle Science City Partnership, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: CURDS.  <Available on-line at http://www.staff.ncl.ac.uk/p.s.benneworth/sciencecity.pdf>.
  49. Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Old Industrial Regions (III): Bringing Cambridge to Consett? Economic development policies for university spin-offs in old industrial regions”  Regions 259, pp. 17-22.
  50. Benneworth, P. S. & Timmerman, P. (2005) “Changing urban forms in the knowledge economy” Town and Country Planning, 74 (12) pp. 376-378.
  51. Benneworth, P. S. (2005) “Regional economic development policy in Leuven: placing the university at the heart of the region” Regions 260, pp. 9-14.
  52. Timmerman, P. & Benneworth, P. S. (2006) Campusarchitectuur: Het Twentse kennisavontuur” (“Campus architecture: the Twente knowledge adventure” Kunst en Wetenschap vol. 15 no. 1 pp. 11-12.
  53. Benneworth, P.S. Tomaney, J., Gonzalez, S., Coombes, M., Humphreys, L. & Pike, A. (2006) “Memorandum of evidence on What future is there fore regional government” in What future is there fore regional government Office of the Deputy Prime Minister: Housing, Planning, Local Government and the Regions Inquiry, London: The Stationary Office.
  54. Benneworth, P. S. (2006) “Evaluation and policy development: reflections from a low country” The Evaluator Summer 2006, pp. 6-9.
  55. Hospers, G.J. & Benneworth P. (2007) Waar eens de schoorstenen rookten: de ontwikkeling van Europa’s vergeten industrieregio’s” Geografie, 16 (4), pp. 6-9.
  56. Hospers, G.J., Timmerman, P. & Benneworth P. (2007) “Essen: kolenstad, winkelstad, culturele hoofdstad” Geografie, 16 (6), pp. 18-21.
  57. Hospers, G.J. & Benneworth P. (2007) “Twente in Transformation: close to a new leap of scale” a promotional poster for Netwerkstad Twente, presented at the European Regions colloquium, Brussels, 18th October 2007.
  58. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Factories” in W. A Darity (ed) International Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences Farmington Hills, MI: Gale.
  59. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Geography” in W. A Darity (ed) International Encyclopaedia of Social Sciences Farmington Hills, MI: Gale.
  60. Benneworth, P. S. & Hospers, G. J. (2008) “The role of a university in regional renewal: the case of Newcastle” Northern Economic Review no. 38..
  61. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Hub or Hoopla?  City-regional collaboration in the North East” Parliamentary Monitor 157,p. 81.
  62. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Memorandum of Evidence on Good Governance” submitted to the Commons Select Committee on Public Administration Inquiry Good Governance, available online at http://www.parliament.uk/documents/upload/GoodGovWrittenEvidence2.pdf
  63. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Memorandum of Evidence on Regional Development Agencies” submitted to the Commons Select Committee on Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Inquiry Regional Development Agencies, available online at
  64. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200708/cmselect/cmberr/1054/1054.pdf
  65. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Supplementary Memorandum of Evidence on the Sub-Regional Review” submitted to the Commons Select Committee on Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Inquiry Regional Development Agencies, available online at
  66. http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm200708/cmselect/cmberr/1054/1054.pdf
  67. Benneworth, P. (2008) “Kleine gebouwen, grote verhalen” in P. Timmerman & G. J. Hospers (eds) Oude gebouwen nieuwe ideeën, Hengelo/ Venlo NV Uitgeverij Smit van 1876 Venlo/Hengelo
  68. Benneworth, P., Davies, A., & Scandura, A. (2008) “OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation: Piedmont (Italy) – Assessment & Recommendations, GOV/ TDPC(2008)15 presented to the 20th Session of the Territorial Development Policy Committee, 3rd-4th December 2008, Paris.
  69. Benneworth, P., Davies, A., & Scandura, A. (2008) “OECD Reviews of Regional Innovation: Piedmont (Italy), GOV/ TDPC(2008)14 presented to the 20th Session of the Territorial Development Policy Committee, 3rd-4th December 2008, Paris. (Available on OECD OLIS)
  70. Charles, D. R., Conway, C. & Benneworth, P. (2009) “Benchmarking the regional contribution of universities”, PASCAL Observatory Working Paper, Glasgow, UK: PASCAL. http://www.obs-pascal.com/node/963#attachments
  71. Benneworth, P. S., Charles, D. R., Conway, C., Hodgson, C., & Humphrey, L. (2009) “How the societal impact of universities can be improved both conceptually and practically” Sharing Research Agendas on Knowledge Systems: Final Research Proceedings, UNESCO: Paris, France.
  72. Davies, A., Macguire, K. & Benneworth, P. (2009) “A new innovation strategy for regions: Improving the effectiveness of innovation policy and innovation-related public spending at regional level” OECD TDP Research Project Background Note, Paris: OECD.
  73. Bailey, D., Benneworth, P. Danson, M & Halkier, H. (2010) “Memorandum of Evidence on Local Enterprise Partnerships” Memorandum of evidence to House of Commons Select Committee on Business, Innovation and Skills “Local Enterprise Partnerships”.
  74. Hardy, S. & Benneworth, P. (2010) “Speak out: Open Days provides an ideal opportunity to discuss knowledge exchange in relation to regional policy” Regional Review October 2010 pp. 56-57.
  75. Benneworth, P. S. & Ratinho, T. (2011) “Back to the future of high technology fantasies? Reframing the role of knowledge parks and science cities in innovation-based economic development” in H. Kim, Y.-S. Lee, N. A. Phelps, D. C. Valler (eds) Science and the city: comparative perspectives on science and technology parks, Science and Technology Policy Institute: Seoul, Korea.
  76. Benneworth, P. (2011) “Five lessons to learn from the English Regional Development Agencies” Regions 284, pp. 11-13.
  77. Benneworth, P., Haselsberger, B., & Braidford, P. (2013) Top tips in publishing: a guide from Regional Insights, Seaford: Regional Studies Association.
  78. Benneworth, P. (2013) “Creating the market university: how academic science became an economic engine: a review essay”, Minerva, online first DOI 10.1007/s11024-013-9236-8.
  79. G.J. Hospers, P. Benneworth and B. Haselsberger (2014), Weinviertel: jonge wijnmakers zetten gebied op de kaart, Geografie, 23 (3), pp. 18-20.
  80. Olmos-Peñuela, J., Benneworth, P. & Castro-Martínez, E. (2014) “Explaining researchers’ readiness to incorporate external stimuli in their research agendas “CSIC-INGENIO Working Paper Nº 2014-08, http://www.ingenio.upv.es/sites/default/files/working-paper/2014-08.pdf (accessed 28th October 2014).
  81. Benneworth P. S. & Olmos-Peñuela, J. (2014) “Resolving tensions of research utilization: The value of a usability-based approach” CSIC-INGENIO Working Paper Nº 2014-10, http://www.ingenio.upv.es/sites/default/files/working-paper/2014-10.pdf (Accessed 28th November 2014).
  82. Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2016) “Kennispark Enschede as a Global Science Scape” Working Paper 1, Leverhulme International GSS Network working paper, Oxford: Oxford Brookes University (forthcoming).
  83. Benneworth, P. & Velderman, W. J. (2016) “Accounting for smart citizen knowledge in controversial decision-making processes: a case of waste oil water injection in north east Twente, the Netherlands” Regions 301 pp. 6-9.
  84. Benneworth, P. & Velderman, W. J. (2016) “Fight Against Fracking in Rural Netherlands: From community meetings to decision-making” Progressive Planning, 207, (Spring 2016), pp. 25-27.
  85. Benneworth, P. & Velderman, W. J. (2016) “Social ondernemerschap in Twente” Twente Index: sociaaleconomische informatie ter versterking van de beleidsagenda van Twente, Enschede: Regio Twente/ Kennispunt Twente. 
    Available via http://develop.twenteindex.nl/images/special/2016/SociaalOndernemerschapInTwente.pdf
  86. Eckardt, F. Velderman, W. J. & Benneworth, P. (2017) “Van consultatie naar collectieve invloed: Burgerkennis als hulpbron voor stedelijke ontwikkeling” Geografie
  87. Hengstenberg, Y., Eckardt, F. & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “Reflections from a living smart campus” Rooilijn, 50 (1) pp. 44-49.
  88. Maxwell, K. & Benneworth, P. S. (2017) “The construction of new scientific norms for solving grand challenges: Reflections from the Norwegian Idélab research programme” CHEPS Working Paper Series 2017-07, Enschede, University of Twente, https://ris.utwente.nl/ws/portalfiles/portal/14234177

 

 

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A conceptual framework to understand academic student volunteerism

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A nation divided between London and the rest of us

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Beyond big data, the open data revolution for research

Benneworth, P., Bakker, I. & Velderman, W-J. 31 Aug 2018 Knowledge, Policymaking and Learning for European Cities and Regions: From Research to Practice. Dotti, N. F. (ed.). Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., p. 193–205 (New Horizons in Regional Science series)

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

transparency
Netherlands
decision making
public authorities
commercialization
1 Citations

Border blocking effects in collaborative firm innovation

Van den Broek, J., Benneworth, P. & Rutten, R. 19 May 2018 In : European planning studies. 26, 7, p. 1330-1346 17 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

innovation
firm
border region
prosperity
heuristics

Activities 2010 2018

  • 8 Oral presentation
  • 1 Organising a conference, workshop, ...
  • 1 Editorial work