Om Hanna Martin
Hanna Martin is employed as associate senior lecturer in Economic Geography at the Department of Business Administration. She holds a PhD in social and economic geography from Lund University (2016).
Hanna’s research interest lies in the broader fields of socio-technical transitions and transformation of innovation systems in the context of today’s grand societal challenges. Hanna is also affiliated with the Centre for Regional Analysis.
Between 2017 and 2020, Hanna was employed as a post-doctoral researcher at Karlstad University where she conducted research on the transformation to a forest-based bio-economy in context of VINNOVAS Vinnväxt initiative Paper Province.
Regional economic development
Regional innovation systems
Regional innovation policy
Ongoing research projects:
“The role of demand in new regional industrial path development - the food industry in transformation”. Funded by FORMAS.
The scope of regional innovation policy to realize transformative change - a case study of the chemicals industry in western
European Planning Studies - 2020-01-01
The multiple roles of demand in new regional industrial path development: A conceptual
Policy capacities for new regional industrial path development - The case of new media and biogas in Southern
Institutional Context and Cluster Emergence: The Biogas Industry in Southern
Hanna Martin, Lars Coenen
European Planning Studies - 2015-01-01
Path Renewal in Old Industrial Regions: Possibilities and Limitations for Regional Innovation
Lars Coenen, Jerker Moodysson, Hanna Martin
Regional Studies - 2015-01-01