Schloss Seeburg

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Franz Huber

Professor für Innovationsmanagement, Dekan, Studiengangsleiter Doktorat Innovation and Creativity Management

Schwerpunkte

  • Innovationsmanagement
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Strategisches Management
  • Nachhaltiges Wirtschaften
Telefon:+43 6212 2626 32
E-Mail:franz.huber@uni-seeburg.at
Persönliche Angaben
14.02.1981Geboren in Oberndorf bei Salzburg (Österreich)
Akademischer Werdegang
Seit 10/2017Dekan der Fakultät Management an der Privatuniversität Schloss Seeburg, Seekirchen/Salzburg, Österreich
Seit 09/2017Leiter des Doktoratsprogramm Innovation & Creativity Management an der Privatuniversität Schloss Seeburg, Seekirchen/Salzburg, Österreich
Seit 03/2016Universitätsprofessor für Innovationsmanagement an der Privatuniversität Schloss Seeburg, Seekirchen/Salzburg, Österreich
Seit 09/2014Assoziierter Professor für Innovationsmanagement an der Privatuniversität Schloss Seeburg, Seekirchen/Salzburg, Österreich
Seit 09/2014Visiting Fellow am Centre for Innovation & Enterprise, University of Southampton Business School, Southampton (UK). Betreuung von PhD-StudentInnen.
Seit 11/2013External Examiner für die Masterstudiengänge MSc Management, MSc Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management, und MSc International Health Management. Imperial College Business School (UK)
Seit 10/2013Senior Research Associate am Centre for Innovation Research. University of Stavanger (Norwegen)
10/2011-08/2014Senior Lecturer für Strategy and Innovation, University of Southampton, Management School, UK. Senior Lecturer ab 05/2013. Director des Centre for Innovation and Enterprise ab 05/2013. Studiengangsleiter für den MSc in Global Enterprise and Entrepreneurship und den MSc in Strategy and Innovation bis 09/2013.
10/2011-09/2013Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice. 30 ECTS, University of Southampton. Fellow der Higher Education Academy
09/2010-09/2011ESRC (Economic and Social Research Council) Management and Business Development Fellow, The Open University Business School (UK). ESRC Grant RES-073-27-0031
10/2006-08/2010Ph.D. Studien und Lehrbeauftragter in Wirtschaftsgeographie, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, St. John’s College (UK). Gates Cambridge Scholarship
10/2003-03/2006Masterdiplomstudium in Soziologie, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg (Österreich)
10/2000-07/2005Masterdiplomstudium in Geographie, Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg (Österreich)
08/2005-12/2005Visiting graduate student an der Duke University Graduate School, Department of Sociology, Durham (USA)
09/2003/07/2004Erasmus-Student an der Oxford Brookes University, Oxford (UK). Diploma in Advanced Study
Aktivitäten in der Scientific Community
2013Co-Stream Chair for the Networks and Innovation Track at the ISBE (Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship) Conference
Seit 10/2012Mitglied des ESRC Peer Review College des Britischen Forschungsförderungsfonds
Seit 2008Gutachtertätigkeit für Economic Geography, Environment and Planning A, Environment and Planning C, Growth and Change, Industry and Innovation, International Small Business Journal, Journal of Economic Geography, Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG), Papers in Regional Science, Regional Studies, Research Policy, Science and Public Policy, DRUID Konferenz, BAM Konferenz
Auszeichnungen
2012Best Paper Award im Networks and Innovation Track, shortlisted for Best Conference Paper an der ISBE Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference 2012, Dublin (Irland)
2009Early Career Award 2009 von der Regional Studies Association
2009Postgraduate Working Paper Prize von der Economic Geography Research Group, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)
2006Gates Cambridge Scholar, Cambridge Trusts/Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Referierte Fachzeitschriften

Fitjar, R. D., Huber, F. & Rodriguez-Pose, A. (forthcoming). Not too close, not too far: testing the Goldilocks principle of ‚optimal‘ distance in innovation networks. Industry and Innovation

Fitjar, R. D. & Huber, F. (2015): Global pipelines for innovation: insights from the case of Norway. Journal of Economic Geography 15(3), 561-583.

Huber, F. (2013). Knowledge-sourcing of R&D workers in different job positions: contextualising external personal knowledge networks. Research Policy 42(1), 167-179.

Huber, F. (2013). Review – Creating a sustainable economy: an institutional and evolutionary approach to environmental policy. Edited by Gerardo Marletto. London and New York: Routledge. Economic Geography 89(4), 431-433.

Huber, F. (2012). Do clusters really matter for innovation practices in information technology? Questioning the significance of technological knowledge spillovers. Journal of Economic Geography 12(1), 107-126.

Huber, F. (2012). On the role and interrelationship of spatial, social and cognitive proximity: personal knowledge relationships of R&D workers in the Cambridge IT Cluster. Regional Studies 46(9), 1169-1182.

Huber, F. (2012). On the socio-spatial dynamics of personal knowledge networks: formation, maintenance and knowledge interactions. Environment and Planning A 44(2), 356-376.

Huber, F. (2012). Review: The economics of clusters. Lessons from the French Experience. Journal of Economic Geography 12(2), 573-575.

Huber, F. (2009). Social capital of economic clusters: towards a network-based conception of social resources. Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG) 100(2), 160-170.

Schafranek, M., Huber, F. & Werndl, C. (2008). The evolutionary foundation of Popper’s concept of three worlds: a neglected perspective of human ecological research in geography [German]. Geographische Zeitschrift 94(3), 129-142.

 

Bücher & Monographien

Huber, F. (2007). Social Networks and Knowledge Spillovers. Networked Knowledge Workers and Localised Knowledge Spillovers. Frankfurt a. M.: Peter Lang.

 

Beiträge in Sammelwerken

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

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

Huber, F. & Bachleitner, R. (2006). On the role of tourism in the city and the province of Salzburg. In C. Stroppa (Ed.), Turismo e Società. Contributi per un’Analisi Sociopsicologica. Rome: Aracne.

Jekel, T. & Huber, F. (2005). Barockes Salzburg. Zur Normalisierung von Raumbildern. In M. Flitner& J. Lossau (Eds.), Themen-Orte. Zur Produktion und Durchsetzung von Raumbildern. Berlin: LIT.

Huber, F. & Jekel, T. (2004). Barocke Hülle – postmoderne Fülle? Politisch umkämpften Altstadtbilder am Beispiel Salzburgs. In H. Dachs & R. Floimair (Eds.), Salzburger Jahrbuch für Politik 2003. Wien: Böhlau.

Huber, F. (2005). Analysing Social Networks within the Context of Localised Knowledge Spillovers. In E. Buchinger, B. Dach, T. Roediger-Schluga, C. Seibt & P. Wagner (Eds.), Networks as a form of governance of technological innovations. Report. Vienna: Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf.

Schrattenecker, W., Sulzer, C., Huber, F., Hochleitner, G. & D. Preining (2004). Verankerung der Nationalparkidee bei touristischen Institutionen und Akteuren der ‚Ferienregion Nationalpark Hohe Tauern’. In I. Mose & U. Vilsmaier (Eds.), Zur Implementierung der Nationalpark-Idee in Landwirtschaft, Tourismus und Bildung. Ergebnisse eines Studienprojektes in der Nationalparkregion Hohe Tauern. Salzburg: Universität Salzburg.

 

Referierte Konferenzbeiträge

Fitjar, R. D., Huber, F. & Rodriguez-Pose, A. (2015). Not too close, not too far: testing the Goldilocks principle of optimal distance in innovation networks. Fourth Global Conference on Economic Geography 2015. Oxford, UK.

Fitjar, R. D., Huber, F. & Rodriguez-Pose, A. (2015). Not too close, not too far: towards an empirical test of the Goldilocks Principle of non-geographical distance in collaboration networks for innovation. Fourth Global Conference on Economic Geography 2015. Oxford, UK.

Fitjar, R. D. & Huber, F. (2014). Global pipelines for innovation in Norway: personal networks, formal networks, global buzz with strangers and virtual buzz. Geography of Innovation Conference 2014, Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

Huber, F. (2013). Entrepreneurial green innovation out of motorsport. Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Cardiff, UK.

Huber, F. (2013). Global pipelines for innovation in Norway: personal networks, formal networks, global buzz with strangers and virtual buzz. British Academy of Management Conference, Liverpool, UK.

Huber, F. (2012). Knowledge-sourcing in innovative clusters: contextualising external personal knowledge networks. ISBE Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

Huber, F. (2012). Can Motorsport Valley drive us green?. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York, USA.

Huber, F. (2011). The transition towards sustainability: can motorsport drive us green? Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference, London, UK.

Huber, F. (2011). Contextualising the role of extra-firm personal networks as a source of work-related knowledge. Organisational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OLKC) Conference 2011, Hull, UK.

Huber, F. (2011). On the role and interrelationship of spatial, social and cognitive proximity: personal knowledge networks of R&D workers in the Cambridge IT Cluster. Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference, London, UK.

Huber, F. (2010). Do clusters really matter for innovation practices in information technology? Questioning the significance of technological knowledge spillovers. DRUID Summer Conference 2010, London, UK.

Huber, F. (2009). Spatial, social and cognitive proximity in networks: knowledge workers in the Cambridge IT Cluster. Deutscher Geographentag 2009, Vienna, Austria.

Huber, F. (2009). Knowledge workers in the Cambridge IT Cluster: knowledge spillovers through personal networks? Regional Studies Association Annual Conference, Leuven, Belgium.

Huber, F. (2008). Personal networks in the Cambridge IT Cluster: a critical investigation of knowledge interactions. Royal Geographical Society Annual International Conference 2008, London, UK.

Huber, F. (2007). Social capital: conceptual problems and actor-centred perspectives of social networks and social resources. Deutscher Geographentag 2007, AK Geographie und Gesellschaftstheorie, Bayreuth, Germany.

Huber, F. (2007). Going beyond the ‘thematic turn’ of relationality? The scope of concepts and methods of social network analysis. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2007, San Francisco, USA

 

Andere Vorträge

Huber, F. (2015). Social capital, networks and innovation. Smartspec Thematic Workshop. Networks & Connectivity for Smart Specialisation. Orkestra-Basque Institute of Competitiveness, San Sebastian, Spain, October 2 2015.

Huber, F. (2015). Invited workshop presentation: Can motorsport drive us green?. ESRC Seminar Series: Green Innovation – Making it Work. Nottingham Business School, Nottingham Trent University, UK, April 22 2015.

Huber, F. (2014). Invited workshop presentation: On the socio-spatial dynamics of inter-personal knowledge networks. Social Dynamics of Innovation Networks Workshop, Faculty of Management, Science and Technology, Open Universitaet in the Netherlands, Chemelot, The Netherlands, May 12 2014.

Huber, F. (2013). Invited seminar presentation: Global knowledge pipelines for innovation in Norway. Manchester Institute of Innovation Research, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, November 18 2013.

Huber, F. (2013). Invited workshop presentation: Can motorsport valley drive us green? Stavanger Centre for Innovation Research, Stavanger, Norway, September 6 2013.

Huber, F. (2013). Invited seminar presentation: Can motorsport valley drive us green? Nottingham University Business School, Nottingham, UK, May 7 2013.

Huber, F. (2012). Invited workshop presentation: Knowledge networking in innovative clusters: important for whom? Knowledge Networking: Exploring Social Dynamics of Innovation Conference. RWTH Aachen University, Germany, December 8 2012.

Huber, F. (2012). Invited seminar presentation: Knowledge networking in innovative clusters: insights from the Cambridge IT Cluster. Work Foundation, London, UK, November 22 2012.

Huber, F. (2012). Invited seminar presentation: Can motorsport valley drive us green? The spatiality of the enablers of and barriers to cleantech. CIRCLE Centre for Innovation, Research and Competence in the Learning Economy, Lund, Sweden, November 22 2012.

Huber, F. (2012). Knowledge flows in economic clusters: the limits of relational thinking. 11th Symposium for Economic Geography, Rauischholzhausen, Germany, April 29, 2011.

Huber, F. (2010). Invited talk: On the role and interrelationship of spatial, social and cognitive proximity: personal knowledge networks of R&D workers in the Cambridge IT Cluster. Experience the Creative Economy. Martin Prosperity Institute, Toronto, Canada, June 23 2010.

Huber, F (2009). Invited talk: Does the cluster matter for innovation practices of knowledge workers? Lessons from the Cambridge IT Cluster. Stavanger Innovation Summit, Stavanger, Norway, June 16 2009.

Huber, F. (2008). Personal networks and knowledge flows. On the role of proximity in the Cambridge IT Cluster. 5th Annual Cluster Research Workshop 2008 “Networks in Society and Economy”, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, UK, April 30 2008.

Huber, F. (2007). Invited talk: Personal networks and knowledge flows in Clusters. Absorption, leakage and spatial dimensions in the Cambridge IT Cluster. Library House Science Club, Cambridge, UK, April 30 2008.

Huber, F. (2007). Invited talk: The social network foundation of knowledge spillovers in industrial clusters. An investigation of mechanisms in Cambridge. Discussion of doctoral students’ work. ESRC Doctoral Workshop. Centre for Entrepreneurship, Durham Business School, Durham University, UK, March 22 2007.

Huber, F. (2005). Invited talk: Social network analysis: theoretical backgrounds and analysis of knowledge flows. ICT&S Center (Advanced Studies and Research in Information and Communication Technologies & Society), University of Salzburg, Austria, May 2 2005.

Huber, F., Schafranek, M. & Werndl, C. (2005). Invited guest lecture: On self-organisation in social systems. Course “Technology Assessment”, Department of Communication Science, University of Salzburg, Austria, April 19 2005.

Huber, F. (2004). Social network analysis: theoretical backgrounds for meaningful interpretation, application for researching localised knowledge spillovers. Austrian Research Centers Seibersdorf, Seibersdorf, Austria, April 19 2005.