The 6th Geography of Innovation Conference (GEOINNO2022) takes place in Milan, Italy, on 4th – 6th July 2022. Any interested scholars, students and stakeholders are welcome to attend this conference, whether or not they have a paper accepted for presentation.
GEOINNO2022 will be held in person only, and will only take place if it is possible to adhere to all standing COVID-19 health regulations. In the worst case scenario, the 6th Geography of Innovation Conference will be postponed.
The registration is now closed.
Each conference participant will only be allowed to present maximum one paper. Co-authored papers may be presented by any of the participating co-authors.
Papers that were not linked to a registrant by the registration close date 6th May, will be taken out of the conference programme.
Conference attendance registration opened: 15th March 2022
Conference attendance registration closed: 6th May 2022.
Full GEOINNO2022 attendance: € 355 (€ 290,98 VAT excl.)
Full GEOINNO2022 attendance for PhD fellows and students: € 250 (€ 204,92 VAT excl.)
The attendance fee includes admission to all scientific sessions, coffee breaks and lunches, and social events.
PhD fellows and students will be able to register for full GEOINNO2022 attendance at a reduced fee of € 250. The requirement to qualify for this fee level is that the person is a student or PhD fellow at the time of registration. The GEOINNO2022 Organising Committee reserves the right to ask for documentation confirming eligibility.
If the conference is postponed or cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions, the conference fees are refunded in full.
Substitutions/name change of the registrant may be allowed. Requests for substitutions (including a written permission from the original registrant) will only be considered by approaching the Organising Committee on email@example.com.
Participants will be responsible for their own accommodation arrangements. Milan offers a wide range of accommodation options, both in terms of standards and rates. It is, however, advised to make the reservations prior to arrival.
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ATM — Public Transport in Milan
Bocconi University, founded in 1902, was the first Italian university to grant a degree in economics. Bocconi’s modern campus lies in the heart of Milan, 20 minutes walking from the Dome. It has more than 14,500 students, a faculty of 1,400 members and an administrative staff of 600. The university is part of prestigious international university networks, which hold the top spots in world rankings. Click here for a brief presentation video.
Parallel sessions will take place at at the ground floor (room N01-N02-N03) and at the first floor (N10 to room N19) of the Velodromo building.
Click here for a virtual tour of Bocconi campus.