Dr. Judith Terstriep

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Head of Research Department Innovation, Space & Culture


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terstriep@iat.eu

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Dr Judith TERSTRIEP (Economist) – is Head of Research Department »Innovation, Space & Culture« at the Institute for Work and Technology at the Westphalian University Gelsenkirchen and lecturer at the Ruhr-University Bochum. She has long-term experience in (social) innovation research. Primary research interests involve the interplay of innovation, (social) relations and knowledge from the perspective of innovation, management and spatial theory. Focal areas of work cover social innovation and its measurement, innovation strategies, regional development, smart and inclusive growth, networks & cluster, sectoral and regional analyses. Judith is well-experienced in the coordination of European, national and regional joint projects and has been appointed as an expert by the European Commission, federal ministries and various foundations. She received her doctorate from the TU Hamburg on the topic »Innovation, Knowledge and Relations – On the Role of Clusters for Firms’ Innovativeness«. Currently, she coordinates the joint project IndiSI – Social Innovation Indicators funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research Germany which develops indicator sets to measure social innovation concerning organizational innovativeness, regional innovation capacity and early indicators in discourse.

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In her ongoing PhD thesis, she studies cluster effects on firms’ innovativeness and performance. The work is being supervised Prof. Dr. Christian Lüthje (Institute for Marketing and Innovation at the TU Hamburg-Harburg) and PD Dr. Dieter Rehfeld.

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English Publications (Selection)

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2021

2021:  

Ambition meets Reality: Mission-Oriented Innovation Policy as a Driver for Participative Governance

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Rabadjieva, M. & Terstriep, J. (2021): Ambition meets Reality: Mission-Oriented Innovation Policy as a Driver for Participative Governance. Sustainability, 13 (1), 1-23. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13010231

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2020

2020:  

Bridging local embeddedness and global dynamics – the economics of social innovation

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Terstriep, J. & Rehfeld, D. (2020): Bridging local embeddedness and global dynamics – the economics of social innovation. European planning studies, 28 (5), 853-863. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2020.1766106

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2020

2020:  

Favourable social innovation ecosystem(s)? An explorative approach

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Terstriep, J., Rehfeld, D. & Kleverbeck, M. (2020): Favourable social innovation ecosystem(s)? An explorative approach. European planning studies, 28 (5), 881-905. https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2019.1708868

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2020

2020:  

Business models & social innovation: Mission-driven versus profit-driven organisations

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Cipriani, T. K., Deserti, A., Kleverbeck, M., Rizzo, F. & Terstriep, J. (2020): Business models & social innovation: Mission-driven versus profit-driven organisations (Published online). International review of applied economics. https://doi.org/10.1080/02692171.2020.1781066

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2018

2018:  

Regional social innovation networks

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Kleverbeck, M., Mildenberger, G., Schröer, A. & Terstriep, J. (2018): Regional social innovation networks. In Weber, S. M., Truschkat, I., Schröder, C., Peters, L. & Herz, A. (Hrsg.), Organisation und Netzwerke: Beiträge der Kommission Organisationspädagogik (355-374). Berlin: Springer.

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