Frank Neffke has been the team leader of the Science of Cities group at the Complexity Science Hub since July 2021. Before joining CSH, Frank was the research director of the Growth Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School, USA.
Frank’s research focuses on economic transformation and growth. He has written on a variety of topics, such as structural transformation and new growth paths in regional economies, economic complexity, division of labor and teams, the consequences of job displacement and the future of work.
A. van Dam, A. Gomez-Lievano, F. Neffke, K. Frenken
An information-theoretic approach to the analysis of location and co-location patterns
Journal of Regional Science (2022)
F. Neffke, L. Nedelkoska, S. Wiederhold
Skill Mismatch and the Costs of Job Displacement
CESifo Working Paper No. 9703, CESifo, Munich (2022)
Frank-Neffke: “Assessing the importance of relatedness in regional development (…)”
Jul 05, 2022 | 14:10—15:50
Frank Neffke: “The changing geography of American academic careers throughout the 20th century”
Jul 05, 2022 | 11:30—13:10
Frank Neffke et al.: “The principle of relatedness and long-term structural change”
Jul 04, 2022 | 16:15—18:20
Frank Neffke: “The emergence and changing organization of teams in US invention”
Apr 08, 2022 | 10:00—11:00