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Dr. Dominik Heinisch

Anschrift Mönchebergstraße 17
34109 Kassel, Germany
Raum 2102
Telefon +49 561 804-2919
E-Mail-Adresse heinisch@uni-kassel.de
Sprechstunde:

Monday 12:30-14:00 pm.

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Curriculum Vitae

  • since 2015: Project Lead, Project WISKIDZ
  • since 2013: Research Fellow, University of Kassel
  • 2011-2013: Postgraduate Studies in Economic Behaviour and Governance, University of Kassel (M.Sc.)
  • 2006-2011: Studies of Economics, University of Kassel (Diplom 1)

Forschungsschwerpunkte

Innovation, Economics of Science, Data Science, Machine Learning, Industrial Dynamics

Aktuelle Lehrveranstaltungen

  • Advanced Analytics & Machine Learning (Summer 2019)
  • Intellectual Property Rights (Winter 2018)
  • Migration, Mobility, and the Knowledge Economy (Summer 2018)
  • Economics of Innovation (Winter 2017)
  • Economics of Innovation and Knowledge Creation (Summer 2017)

Veröffentlichungen

Journal articles:

Heinisch, D. P., and G. Buenstorf (2018): "The next generation (plus one): an analysis of doctoral students’ academic fecundity based on a novel approach to advisor identification", Scientometrics, 117 (1): 351-380.

Buenstorf, G., and D. P. Heinisch (forthcoming): "Science and industry evolution: Evidence from the first 50 years of the German laser industry", Small Business Economics.

Heinisch D., Nomaler Ö., Buenstorf G., Frenken K. and Lintsen H. (2016): "Same place, same knowledge – same people? The geography of non-patent citations in Dutch polymer patents", Economics of Innovation and New Technology.

Schoen A., Heinisch D. and Buenstorf G. (2014): "Playing the ‘Name Game’ to Identify University Patents in Germany." Scientometrics, 101 (1): 527-545.

Research papers:

with Bode R., abd Buenstorf G.: "Proximity and learning: evidence from a post-WW2 intellectual reparation program"

"Do firms explore new technologies by hiring doctoral recipients?"

with Koenig J., Buenstorf G., and Otto A.: "The adequate employment of doctoral recipients in Germany"

with Asanov I., and Minh N.L.: "Folktale narratives and economic behavior"

with Koenig J., and Otto A.: "The German Panel of Doctoral Graduates (GPDG): A supervised machine learning approach to identify doctorate recipients‘ labor marktet biographies"

with Furman J.L.: "Tied to apron strings of knowledge"

Vorträge

  • 1st Forum Higher Education and the Labour Market (09/2018) - Adequate Employment and Mobility of PhD Graduates in Germany (Nuremberg · DE)
  • Workshop: The Knowledge Economy and its Impact on Universities (09/2018) - Do firms explore new technologies by hiring doctoral recipients? (Gothenburg · SE)
  • Workshop: The Organisation, Economics and Policy of Scientific Research (04/2018) - Do firms explore new technologies by hiring doctoral recipients? (Bath · UK)
  • 4th Geography of Innovation Conference 2018 (01/2018) - Scientific knowledge transfer via heads (Barcelona · ES)
  • Workshop: Knowledge and Technology Transfer and Beyond (09/2017) - Scientific knowledge transfer via heads (Dresden · DE)
  • BU Brown Bag Seminar (04/2017) - Don’t talk to strangers? Cognitive proximity, social proximity and the productivity of mobile inventors (Boston · USA)
  • Workshop: Scientists’ Careers Inside and Outside the University (06/2016) - Smart people come, smart people go: What spin-off entrepreneurs already know and what they take from their previous employers (Kassel · DE)
  • IAAE 2016 (06/2016) - Don’t talk to strangers? Cognitive proximity, social proximity and the productivity of mobile inventors (Milan · IT)
  • DRUID 2016 (06/2016) - Smart people come, smart people go: What spin-off entrepreneurs already know and what they take from their previous employers (Copenhagen · DK)
  • IWH Workshop on Entrepreneurship and the Labour Market (04/2016) - Smart people come, smart people go: What spin-off entrepreneurs already know and what they take from their previous employers (Halle · DE)
  • DRUID Academy Conference 2016 (01/2016) - Smart people come, smart people go: What spin-off entrepreneurs already know and what they take from their previous employers (Bordeaux · FR)
  • 17 th ZEW Summer Workshop for Young Economists (07/2015) - We take the brains: effects of post-WW2 knowledge exploitation programs on German inventors’ networks (Mannheim · DE)
  • 15 th ISS Conference 2014 (07/2014) - Same place, same knowledge same people? Evidence from non-patents citations in Dutch polymer patents (Jena · DE)
  • DRUID 2014 (06/2014) - Same place, same knowledge same people? Evidence from non-patents citations in Dutch polymer patents (Copenhagen · DK)
  • 2 nd Geography of Innovation Conference 2014 (01/2014) - Knowledge flows in time and space: Evidence from citations to non-patent literature in Dutch polymer patents (Utrecht · NL)