Gherhes, C., Vorley, T., Vallance, P. and Brooks, C. (2021), The role of system building agency in regional path creation: insights from the emergence of Artificial Intelligence in Montreal, Regional Studies [Advance Access].
Kempton, L., Conceição Rego, M., Alves, L., Vallance, P., Serra, M. and Tewdwr-Jones, M. (2021), Putting Universities in their Place: An Evidence Based Approach to Understanding the Contribution of Higher Education to Local and Regional Development, London, Regional Studies Association (Routledge).
Vallance, P., Tewdwr-Jones, M. and Kempton. L. (2020), Building collaborative platforms for urban innovation: Newcastle City Futures as a quadruple helix intermediary, European Urban and Regional Studies 27, 325-341.
Marques, P., Morgan, K., Healey, A. and Vallance, P. (2019), Spaces of novelty: can universities play a catalytic role in less developed regions?, Science & Public Policy 46, 763-771.
Vallance, P., Tewdwr-Jones, M. and Kempton, L. (2019), Facilitating spaces for place-based leadership in centralized governance systems: the case of Newcastle City Futures, Regional Studies 53, 1723-1733.
Vallance, P., Blažek, J., Edwards, J. and Kvĕtoň, V. (2018), Smart specialisation in regions with less-developed research and innovation systems: a changing role for universities?, Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 36, 219-238.
Vallance, P. (2016) “The historical roots and development of the civic university”., In Goddard, J., Hazelkorn, E., Kempton, L. and Vallance, P. (eds.) The Civic University: The Policy and Leadership Challenges. Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp.16-33.
Vallance, P. (2016), Universities, public research, and evolutionary economic geography, Economic Geography 92, 355-377.
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