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De Laurentis, Carla 2020. Mediating the form and direction of regional sustainable development: the role of the State in renewable energy deployment in selected regions. European Urban and Regional Studies 27 (3) , pp. 303-317. 10.1177/0969776420904989
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De Laurentis, Carla 2018. The material dimensions of renewable energy deployment: understanding spatially uneven processes at the regional level in Italy and the UK. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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De Laurentis, Carla and Pearson, Peter J. G. 2018. Understanding the material dimensions of the uneven deployment of renewable energy in two Italian regions. Energy Research and Social Science 36 , pp. 106-119. 10.1016/j.erss.2017.11.009
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De Laurentis, Carla, Eames, Malcolm and Hunt, Miriam 2017. Retrofitting the built environment 'to save' energy: Arbed, the emergence of a distinctive sustainability transition pathway in Wales. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 35 (7) , pp. 1156-1175. 10.1177/0263774X16648332
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De Laurentis, Carla, Eames, Malcolm, Hunt, Miriam and Dixon, Timothy 2017. City-regional futures in context: insights from the Retrofit 2050 project. In: Eames, Malcolm, Dixon, Timothy, Hunt, Miriam and Lannon, Simon eds. Retrofitting Cities for Tomorrow's World, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 207-226.

De Laurentis, Carla, Hodson, Mike and Marvin, Simon 2016. Retrofit in Greater Manchester and Cardiff: Governing to transform or to ungovern? In: Hodson, Mike and Marvin, Simon eds. Retrofitting Cities: Priorities, Governance and Experimentation, Earthscan from Routledge, pp. 34-51.

Georgakaki, Aliki, De Laurentis, Carla and Eames, Malcolm 2015. The importance of regional scenarios for low carbon transitions: the case of Wales. International Journal of Critical Infrastructures 11 (2) , pp. 97-114. 10.1504/IJCIS.2015.068611

De Laurentis, Carla 2015. Innovation and policy for bioenergy in the UK: a co-evolutionary perspective. Regional Studies 49 (7) , pp. 1111-1125. 10.1080/00343404.2013.834320

Hunt, Miriam and De Laurentis, Carla 2014. Sustainable regeneration: a guiding vision towards low-carbon transition? Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability 20 (9) , pp. 1081-1102. 10.1080/13549839.2014.894964

Carla, De Laurentis and Cooke, Philip 2014. Knowing Brand Wales: agro-food transitions in firms, innovation and governance. In: Goodman, Michael K. and Sage, Colin eds. Food Transgressions, Making Sense of Contemporary Food Politics, Critical Food Studies, Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 205-225.

Eames, Malcolm, Dixon, Tim, Lannon, Simon Charles, Hunt, Miriam, De Laurentis, Carla, Marvin, Simon, Hodson, Mike, Guthrie, Peter and Georgiadou, Maria Christina 2014. Retrofit 2050: critical challenges for urban transitions. [Working Paper]. Cardiff University.
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Eames, Malcolm, De Laurentis, Carla, Hunt, Miriam, Lannon, Simon Charles and Dixon, Tim 2014. Cardiff 2050: City regional scenarios for urban sustainability. [Working Paper]. Cardiff University.
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De Laurentis, Carla 2014. Urban transitions in context: comparing the Manchester and Cardiff City regions. [Discussion Paper]. Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.retrofit2050.org.uk/sites/default/files...
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De Laurentis, Carla, Eames, Malcolm, Hodson, Mike and Marvin, Simon 2012. Sustainability in a climate of austerity: Responses from UK city-regions. Presented at: Regional Studies Association Winter Conference 2012: Smart, Creative, Sustainable, Inclusive: Territorial Development Strategies in the Age of Austerity, London, UK, 23 November 2012. Smart, Creative, Sustainable, Inclusive: Territorial Development Strategies in the Age of Austerity: Regional Studies Association One Day Winter Conference 2012. In house publication- conference book London: Regional Studies Association, pp. 63-66.

De Laurentis, Carla, Hodson, Mike, Marvin, Simon and Thompson, Matt 2012. Retrofit in Greater Manchester and Cardiff: Governing to transform or to ungovern? Presented at: International Comparative Urban Retrofit Workshop: Purpose, Politics and Practices, Manchester, UK, 13-14 September 2012.

De Laurentis, Carla and Hunt, Miriam 2012. Urban retrofit in Cardiff city-region: Reframing sustainability and economic development. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Welsh School of Architecture. Available at: http://www.retrofit2050.org.uk/sites/default/files...

De Laurentis, Carla 2012. Renewable energy innovation and governance in Wales: a regional innovation system approach. European Planning Studies 20 (12) , pp. 1975-1996. 10.1080/09654313.2012.665041

Eames, Malcolm and De Laurentis, Carla 2012. A Multi-Scale Model of Low Carbon Innovation Systems. Presented at: IST 2012 - 3rd International Conference on Sustainability Transitions: "Sustainable Transitions: Navigating Theories and Challenging Realities", Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby, Denmark, 29-31 August 2012.

De Laurentis, Carla, Eames, Malcolm, Wang, Yan and Hunt, Miriam 2011. Constructing Sustainable Regional Advantage: Low Carbon Innovation and the Built Environment in Wales. Presented at: 6th International Seminar on Regional Innovation Policies - Constructing Sustainable Advantage for European Regions, Lund, Sweden, 13-14 October 2011.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, MacNeill, S. and Collinge, C., eds. 2010. Platforms of Innovation: Dynamics of New Industrial Knowledge Flows. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, Kaiser, Robert and Liecke, Michael 2010. Comparative analysis of selected European biotechnology platforms. In: Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, MacNeill, Stewart and Collinge, Chris eds. Platforms of Innovation: Dynamics of New Industrial Knowledge Flows, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 79-108.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas and De Laurentis, Carla 2010. Platforms of innovation: some examples. In: Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, MacNeill, Stewart and Collinge, Chris eds. Platforms of Innovation: Dynamics of New Industrial Knowledge Flows, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 271-310.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas and De Laurentis, Carla 2010. The Matrix: evolving policies for platform knowledge flows. In: Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, MacNeill, Stewart and Collinge, Chris eds. Platforms of Innovation: Dynamics of New Industrial Knowledge Flows, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 311-360.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas and De Laurentis, Carla 2010. Analysis and summaries from the seven sector chapters. In: Cooke, Philip, De Laurentis, Carla, MacNeill, Stewart and Collinge, Chris eds. Platforms of Innovation: Dynamics of New Industrial Knowledge Flows, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 251-270.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas and De Laurentis, Carla 2010. Evolutionary economic geography, regional systems of innovation and high-tech clusters. In: Boschma, R. and Martin, R. eds. The Handbook of Evolutionary Economic Geography, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 239-259.

Cooke, Philip Nicholas and De Laurentis, Carla 2010. Trends and drivers of the knowledge economy. In: Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, MacNeill, Stewart and Collinge, Chris eds. Platforms of Innovation: Dynamics of New Industrial Knowledge Flows, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 1-26.

De Laurentis, Carla and Cooke, Philip Nicholas 2009. Territorial and Firm Knowledge Dynamics: Innovation Biographies in the Application of Biotechnology in the Food and Energy Sectors in Wales, Report, Eurodite: Regional Trajectories to the Knowledge Economy, A Dynamic Model. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Centre for Advanced Studies, Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.eurodite.bham.ac.uk/

De Laurentis, Carla and Cooke, Philip Nicholas 2009. Green Innovation: Is Wales leading the Way in 'Green' Regional Innovation Systems? [Project Report]. Cardiff: Welsh Government. Available at: http://wales.gov.uk/about/aboutresearch/econoresea...

De Laurentis, Carla and Cooke, Philip Nicholas 2008. Territorial Knowledge Dynamics and the Application of Biotechnology in the Food and Energy Sectors: Wales Report, Report, Eurodite: Regional Trajectories to the Knowledge Economy, A Dynamic Model. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Centre for Advanced Studies, Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.eurodite.bham.ac.uk/

Cooke, Philip Nicholas, De Laurentis, Carla, Tödtling, F. and Trippl, M. 2007. Regional knowledge economies: markets, clusters and innovation. New Horizons in Regional Science, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

De Laurentis, Carla and Cooke, Philip Nicholas 2007. Trends and Drivers of the Knowledge Economy in Seven Business Sectors, Report, Eurodite: Regional Trajectories to the Knowledge Economy, A Dynamic Model. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Centre for Advanced Studies, Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.eurodite.bham.ac.uk/

De Laurentis, Carla 2006. Regional Innovation Systems and The Labour Market: A Comparison of Five Regions. European Planning Studies 14 (8) , pp. 1059-1084. 10.1080/09654310600852373

De Laurentis, Carla 2006. Digital Knowledge Exploitation : ICT, Memory Institutions and Innovation from Cultural Assets. The Journal of Technology Transfer 31 (1) , pp. 77-89. 10.1007/s10961-005-5014-6

De Laurentis, Carla and Cooke, Philip Nicholas 2005. Regional Innovation Systems and Social Inclusion: from Promoting Innovation to Sustaining Integration, Working Paper, The Regional Impact of the Information Society on Employment and Integration - WP9. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Centre for Advanced Studies, Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.risesi.org

Bellini, N. and De Laurentis, Carla 2002. Servizi e Innovazioni nelle Pmi: dal Quadro Interpretativo al Caso Toscano/ Services & Innovation: from the explanatory framework to the Tuscan case study. In: Nuti, S. and Piccaluga, A. eds. Ricerca Scientifica e Nuove Imprese High Tech/ Scientific Research and New High Tech Firms, Bologna: Giunti, p. 38.

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