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(p. xxi) List of Editors

(p. xxi) List of Editors

Gordon L. Clark (gordon.clark@smithschool.ox.ac.uk) is the Director of the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment with cross-appointments in the Saïd Business School and the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University. He holds a Professorial Fellowship at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. He is also Sir Louis Matheson Distinguished Visiting Professor at Monash University’s Faculty of Business and Economics (Melbourne) and a Visiting Professor at Stanford University. Previous academic appointments have been at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Law School (Senior Research Associate), the University of Chicago, Carnegie Mellon’s Heinz School, and Monash University. Other honours include being Andrew Mellon Fellow at the US National Academy of Sciences and Visiting Scholar Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst at the University of Marburg.

Maryann P. Feldman (maryann.feldman@gmail.com) is the S.K. Heninger Distinguished Professor of Public Policy and Finance at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and the Kenan Flagler Business School. In 2013, she was awarded with the prestigious Global Entrepreneurship Research Award from the Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum and Research Institute of Industrial Economics. She is a member of the Innovation Forum at the National Academies of Science. Her research interests focus on the areas of innovation, the commercialization of academic research, and the factors that promote technological change and economic growth.

Meric S. Gertler (meric.gertler@utoronto.ca) is President of the University of Toronto, Professor of Geography and Planning and the Goldring Chair in Canadian Studies. He was the founding co-director of the Program on Globalization and Regional Innovation Systems (PROGRIS) at the Munk School of Global Affairs. His research focuses on the geography of innovative activity, the economies of city regions, and economic restructuring in North America and Europe. He is the author, co-author, and co-editor of more than ninety scholarly articles and chapters, and nine books, including Manufacturing Culture: The Institutional Geography of Industrial Practice. He has served as an advisor to local, regional, and national governments in Canada, the USA, and Europe, and international agencies such as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. He is the founding associate editor of the Journal of Economic Geography.

Dariusz Wójcik (dariusz.wojcik@spc.ox.ac.uk) is a Professor of Economic Geography in the School of Geography and the Environment at Oxford University, a Fellow of St Peter’s College, and a Visiting Professor at Beijing Normal University. His research focuses on finance, corporate governance, and economic globalization. His current project, funded by the European Research Council, investigates how financial and business services have been (p. xxii) affected by the global financial crisis, and how they change in response to new financial regulation, the rise of the Global South, and the digital revolution. The project also focuses on the impacts of finance on regional development. Dariusz is a member of the editorial board of Economic Geography, the Journal of Economic Geography, Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space and GeoJournal and leads the Global Network on Financial Geography (FinGeo).