Prof. Dr. Javier Revilla Diez
Master in Geography, Leibniz University of Hanover 1991;
PhD in Economic Geography, Leibniz University of Hanover 1995;
Habilitation in Geography, Leibniz University of Hanover 2001.
| Areas of expertise |
Basic and applied research in Economic Geography, knowledge based regional development, development economics, regional economic impact assessment of large investment projeczs, regional labour market research.
| Research |
Regional Innovation Potenzial in Europe and Southeast Asia, Transformation process and poverty reduction in Vietmam, Cluster study food Industry in Schleswig-Holstein, Regional labour market research in Lower Saxony.
| Habilitation (Postdoctoral Thesis) |
Firm’s innovation behaviour and spatial proximity – the importance of cooperation networks in the Metropolitan Innovationssystems of Barcelona, Stockholm and Vienna, 2001, University of Hannover (in German).
| PhD Thesis |
Transformation in Vietnam: Industrial change and regional consequences, 1995, University of Hannover (in German).
| Diploma (Master degree equivalente) |
Regional Impact of the World Exhibition 1992 in Sevilla, 1991, University of Hannover (in German).
| Functions |
Responsible for research, teaching and chairing the Institute for Economic and Cultural Geography.
Vice-Chairman of the Lower Saxonian Institute for Economic Research (Niedersächsischen Instituts für Wirtschaftsforschung e.V.)
Coordination of international student exchange programs (Sokrates / Erasmus; TX State University, San Marcos)