Carlo Corradini is Professor of Regional Economics at Henley Business School (University of Reading). Before joining Henley Business School, Carlo worked as Associate Professor in Regional Economics at Birmingham Business School. He holds a PhD from Nottingham University Business School and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Carlo is actively engaged in the scholarly debate on topics ranging from regional economics, technological change and industry dynamics, as well as regional industrial and innovation policy, with publications in top-ranked journals including Journal of Economic Geography, Regional Studies, Research Policy, Environment and Planning A, Cambridge Journal of Economics, Small Business Economics and Industrial and Corporate Change.
He also serves as Associate Editor for the journal Regional Studies.
- PhD, Nottingham University Business School, Industrial Economics Group, UK
- MSc in Evaluation of public policy and regional development, University of Modena, Italy
- BSc in Economics and Social Sciences, University of Modena, Italy
PhD Supervision Interests
- Regional innovation
- Regional and urban entrepreneurship
- Regional and urban economic development
- Spatial dynamics of technological change
- Clusters and innovation
- Regional and urban development policy
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2022 – ESRC IAA, Towards the implementation of a regional skills policy framework. With the University of Nottingham and the University of Sheffield.
2020-2021 – RSA Small Grants, The Role of Industrial Density in the Health and Economic consequences of the COVID-19 Crisis.
2020-2021 – Leverhulme Research Fellowship, Exploring the geography of the intangible dimension of innovation.
2017-2019 - Regional Studies Association Policy Expo, Smart Specialisation and Industry 4.0: Upgrading Regional Capabilities for a Balanced Industrial Development and Growth through Networks.
2017-2018 – British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants, Capturing 'Buzz' for innovation and entrepreneurship: an exploration of regional social structures as reflected by social media.
- Regional Economics
- Regional Innovation Policy
- Spatial Industrial Dynamics
- Spatial Econometrics
- Big Data Methods