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Peter Meusburger, Johannes Glückler and Martina El Meskioui (eds.), Knowledge and Space: Klaus Tschira Symposia, Knowledge and
the Economy, 2013, DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-6131-5, © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht. 2013
Knowledge and Space
Klaus Tschira Symposia
Gregor Ahn, Ariane Berthoin Antal, Joachim Funke, Michael Heffernan, Madeleine HerrenOesch, Friedrich Krotz, David N. Livingstone, Edward J. Malecki, Joseph Maran, Gunter Senft,
Wolf Singer, Nico Stehr, Jürg Wassmann, Prof. Peter Weichhart, Michael Welker and
Knowledge and Space
This book series entitled “Knowledge and Space” is dedicated to topics dealing with the
production, dissemination, spatial distribution, and application of knowledge. Recent work on the
spatial dimension of knowledge, education, and science; learning organizations; and creative milieus
has underlined the importance of spatial disparities and local contexts in the creation, legitimation,
diffusion, and application of new knowledge. These studies have shown that spatial disparities in
knowledge and creativity are not short-term transitional events but rather a fundamental structural
element of society and the economy.
The volumes in the series on Knowledge and Space cover a broad range of topics relevant to all
disciplines in the humanities and social sciences focusing on knowledge, intellectual capital, and
human capital: clashes of knowledge; milieus of creativity; geographies of science; cultural
memories; knowledge and the economy; learning organizations; knowledge and power; ethnic and
cultural dimensions of knowledge; knowledge and action; and the spatial mobility of knowledge.
These topics are analyzed and discussed by scholars from a range of disciplines, schools of thought,
and academic cultures.
Knowledge and Space is the outcome of an agreement concluded by the Klaus Tschira
Foundation and Springer in 2006.
For further volumes: http://www.springer.com/series/7568