Members of CIND publish extensively both internationally and in Sweden. CIND also publishes its own series of research papers. Some examples of publications over the years are:

Sjöholm, J., Pasquinelli, C. (2014) Artist brand building: towards a spatial perspective, Arts Marketing: An International Journal (EarlyCite).

Power, Dominic (2014)  “A Response to Scott: Creativity, Creative Cities, and Policy for the Third Wave.” Regional Studies, 48, 2, 579-582. DOI:10.1080/00343404.2014.891011).

Power, Dominic, Johan Jansson and Xiucheng Fan (2014) “Place-based brands: product origin, brand channels and global circuits in Shanghai”. In Branding Chinese Mega-Cities: Strategies, Practices and Challenges (Eds) Berg, PO, Björner, E. Cheltenham UK/Northampton MA USA: Edward Elgar   Hardback ISBN 978 1 78347 032 7; ebook ISBN 978 1 78347 033 4.

Pasquinelli, C. (2014) Innovation branding for FDI promotion: building the distinctive brand, in PO Berg and E. Björner (eds.) Branding Chinese Mega-Cities: Policies, Practices and Positioning. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (pp. 207-219).

Pasquinelli, C. (2014) Branding as Urban Collective Strategy-making: The Formation of NewcastleGateshead’s Organizational Identity, Urban Studies 51(4): 727-743.

Hracs, B. J. and D. Leslie.  (2014) ’Aesthetic Labour in Creative Industries: The Case of Independent Musicians in Toronto.’ Area 46 (1): 66-73.

Hracs, B. J. and K. Stolarick. (2014) ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed? Individual preferences, experiences and mobility.’ Seeking Talent for Creative Cities: The Social Dynamics of Economic Innovation. Ed J. L. Grant. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.  99-118

Waxell, A. (2014). Geography and the retail industry: A literature review with a special focus on Sweden. CIND Research Paper 2014:1, Uppsala: CIND (Centre for Research on Innovation and Industrial Dynamics).

Waxell, A. & Jansson, J. (2013). Sound affects: competing with quality in the Swedish hi-fi industry. Industry and Innovation, vol. 20, nr 4, s. 316-335.

Hracs, B. J. (2013) ‘Cultural Intermediaries in the Digital Age: The Case of Independent Musicians and Managers in Toronto.’ Regional Studies (Special Issue: Taking Matters into Third Hands: Intermediaries and the Organization of the Creative Economy). DOI:10.1080/00343404.2012.750425 (Available here)

Giovanardi, M., Lucarelli, A., Pasquinelli, C. (2013) Towards brand ecology. An analytical semiotic framework for interpreting the emergence of place brands, Marketing Theory 13(3): 365-383.

Pasquinelli, C. Teräs, J. (2013) Branding knowledge-intensive regions: A comparative study of Pisa and Oulu high-tech brands, European Planning Studies 21(10): 1611-1629.

Pasquinelli, C. (2013) Competition, Cooperation and Co-opetition: unfolding the process of inter-territorial branding, Urban Research & Practice 6(1): 1-18.

Hracs, B. J., D. Jakob and A. Hauge. (2013) ‘Standing Out In The Crowd: The rise of exclusivity-based strategies to compete in the contemporary marketplace for music and fashion.’ Environment and Planning A 45(5): 1144-1161

Robin Teigland and Dominic Power (2013) The Immersive Internet: Reflections on the Entangling of the Virtual with Society, Politics and the Economy. Palgrave Macmillan, Houndsmill Basingstoke. ISBN-10: 1137283017. ISBN-13: 978-1137283016

Dominic Power (2013) Final report from Rådet för kulturella och kreativa näringar:

Rentfrow, P. J., C. Mellander, R. Florida, B. J. Hracs and J. Potter (2013) ‘The Geography of Music Preferences.’ Published in the Martin Prosperity Institute Working Paper Series on June 21st 2013

Dominic Power (2013) Pilotsatsningen på inkubatorer i kulturella och kreativa näringar utvärdering. Rapport för Tillväxtverket. Februari, 2013.

Dominic Power and Atle Hauge (2012) ”Quality, difference and regional advantage: The case of the winter sports industry”. European Urban and Regional Studies, first published on July 5, 2012 doi:10.1177/09697764124480892012

Dominic Power and Robin Teigland (2012) Nordic Virtual World Network Final Scientific/Expert Report –
NVWN Summary and Implications for Policymakers. Nordic Innovation. Oslo. (with Robin Teigland)

Dominic Power (2012) “Creativity and innovation in the Scandinavian design industry”. In Paul Jeffcutt and Andy C Pratt (eds.) Creativity and Innovation in the Cultural Economy. Translated into Korean and published by Communication Books, Seoul. ISBN 9780415419758

Power, D. and Jansson, J. (2011) “Constructing brands from the outside? Brand channels, cyclical clusters and global circuits.” In Brand and Branding Geographies, Editor: AJ Pike. Cheltenham UK/Northampton MA USA: Edward Elgar.

Malmberg, A, D. Bienkowska and M. Lundmark (2011) Brain circulation and flexible adjustment: Labour mobility as a cluster advantage. Geografiska Annaler Series B Human Geography, Vol. 93(1): 21-39.

Power, D. and Scott AJ (2010) “Consumption, culture and creativity”. In A Handbook of Local and Regional Development. Editors: Andy Pike, Andrés Rodríguez-Pose and John Tomaney. London: Routledge.

Power, D. (2010) “The difference principle? Shaping competitive advantage in the cultural product industries”, Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 92 (2): 145–158.

Jansson, J. and Power, D. (2010) “Fashioning a global city: creating and maintaining global city status in the fashion and design industries, the case of Milan.” Regional Studies, vol 44. No7, 889-904. (with Johan Jansson)

Power, D. (2010) Creative Business - 10 Lessons to Help Build a Business Your Way. Volante, Stockholm.

Christophers, Brett (2009) Envisioning Media Power: On Capital and Geographies of Television. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Doloreux, D. and Mattsson, H. (2008) To what extent do different sectors ‘socialize’ innovation differently? Mapping cooperative linkages in knowledge intensive industries in the Ottawa region. Industry and Innovation.

Drogendijk, R. and Hadjikhani, A. (2008) Internationalization of Bank Enterprises in New Emerging Markets: The Case of Penetration and Expansion into Eastern European Countries, International Journal of Business in Emerging Markets 1 (1): 80-104.

Forsgren, M. (2008) Theories of the Multinational Firm. A Multidimensional Creature in the Global Economy. Cheltenham UK, Edward Elgar.

Hallin, C. (2008) Subsidiaries as Sources and Recipients of Innovations in the Multinational Corporation. Doktorsavhandling, Volume 136 of Doctoral Theses: Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University.

Hauge, A. & Power, D. (2008) No man’s brand - Brands, institutions, fashion and the economy. Growth and Change. Volume 39, Issue 1, pp123–143.

Hauge, A., Malmberg, A. & Power, D. (2008) The Spaces and Places of Swedish Fashion. Special Issue of European Planning Studies.

Jansson, J. (2008) Inside the Internet Industry: The Importance of Proximity in Accessing Knowledge in the Agglomeration of Internet Firms in Stockholm. European Planning Studies. Vol 16, No. 2. pp. 211-228.

Jansson, J. & Power, D. (2008) Cyclical Clusters in Global Circuits: overlapping spaces and furniture industry trade fairs. Economic Geography. Vol. 84, No. 4.

Malmberg, A. & Power, D. (2008) The contribution of universities to innovation and economic development: in what sense a regional problem? Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, Vol. 1 (2), pp 233-245.

Teigland, R. & Lundequist, P. (2008) Programs for Regional Competitiveness: A Case Study of VINNVÄXT and Uppsala BIO. In Bala Bhaskaran, P. (Ed.) Cluster Initiatives: Engine of Economic Growth, Ahmedabad, India: Icfai University Press.

Andersson, U., Forsgren, M. & Holm, U. (2007) Balancing subsidiary influence in the federative MNC: a business network view, Journal of International Business Studies 38, 802–818.

Barkema, H. G. & Drogendijk, R. (2007) Internationalising in small, incremental or larger steps? Journal of International Business Studies, 38, 7, 1132-1148.

Bienkowska, D. (2007) Arbetskraftens rörlighet och klusterdynamik: en studie av IT- och telekomklustren i Kista och Mjärdevi. Geografiska regionstudier, 75. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Christensen, L., Hallencreutz, D. & Lundequist, P. (2007) Effects of VINNVÄXT in Swedish regions. VINNOVA Report 2007:6.

Eklund, M. (2007) Adoption of the innovation system concept in Sweden. Uppsala studies in economic history, 81. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis: Universitetsbiblioteket distributör.

Hallencreutz, D. & Power, D. (2007). Competitiveness, local production systems and global commodity chains in the music industry: entering the US market. Regional Studies, Volume 41, 3, pp. 377 - 389.

Hallin, C., Holm, U., & Sharma, D. (2007) Innovation receivers in the multinational corporation - effects on business performance, Nordic Workshop in International Business, 2007.

Hauge, A. (2007) Dedicated followers of fashion: an economic geographic analysis of the Swedish fashion industry. Geografiska regionstudier, 76. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Lagerholm, M. (2007) Kunskap och innovation i ett moget kluster: en ekonomisk-geografisk studie av aluminiumindustrin i Småland-Blekinge. Geografiska regionstudier, 74. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Mattsson, H. (2007) Locating biotech innovation: places, flows and unruly processes. Geografiska regionstudier, 73. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Maskell, P. & Malmberg, A (2007) Myopia, knowledge development and cluster evolution, Journal of Economic Geography, 7, 5, 603-618.

Ottosson, Jan (2007) Restructuring Processes and New Forms of Work Organisation in South Europe - Convergence or Divergence? An Overview, in: Garibaldo, Francesco & Telljohann, Volker (eds.) New Forms of Work Organisation and Industrial Relations in Southern Europe, Arbeit, Bildung & Gesellschaft, Labour, Education & Society Vol. 8, Peter Lang Publ., Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien.

Power, D. & Hallencreutz, D. (2007) Competitiveness, local production systems and global commodity chains in the music industry: Entering the US market. Regional Studies, vol. 41, nr 3, s. 377-389.

Teigland, R. & Lindqvist, G. (2007). Seeing eye-to-eye: How do public and private sector views of a biotech cluster and its cluster initiative differ? European Planning Studies, vol. 15, nr 6, s. 767-786.

Waxell, A. & Malmberg, A. (2007) What is global and what is local in knowledge-generating interaction? The case of the biotech cluster in Uppsala, Sweden. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, vol. 19, nr 2: 137-159.

Wictorin, B. (2007) Är kluster lönsamma? En undersökning av platsens betydelse för företags produktivitet. Doctoral thesis/Företagsekonomiska institutionen, Uppsala universitet, 124. Uppsala: Företagsekonomiska institutionen, Uppsala universitet.

Östh, J. (2007) Home, job and space: mapping and modeling the labor market. Geografiska regionstudier, 72. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Malmberg, A. & Power, D. (2006) True Clusters / A Severe Case of Conceptual Headache. In B. Asheim, P. Cooke and R. Martin (eds.) Clusters in Regional Development, Regional Development and Public Policy Series. Routledge: London. ISBN: 0415349141.

Jansson, J. (2005) Internetbranschen i Stockholms innerstad: en studie av agglomerationsfördelar, sociala nätverksrelationer och informationsflöden. Geografiska regionstudier, 63. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Malmberg, A. & Power, D. (2005) (How) Do (Firms In) Clusters Create Knowledge? Special Issue on Knowledge Geographies. Industry and Innovation, Vol. 12, No.4, pp. 409-431.

Malmberg, A. & Power, D. (2005) On the role of global demand in local innovation processes?. In P. Shapira and G. Fuchs (eds.). Rethinking Regional Innovation and Change: Path Dependency or Regional Breakthrough? Series: Economics of Science, Technology and Innovation. Springer: New York. ISBN: 0-387-23001-7.

Power, D. & Hallencreutz, D. (2005) Cultural industry cluster building. In P Oinis and A Lagendijk (eds.) Proximity, Distance And Diversity: Issues on Economic Interaction and Local Development. Ashgate Publishers: London. ISBN 0754640744

Waxell, A. (2005) Uppsalas biotekniska industriella system - en ekonomisk-geografisk studie av interaktion, kunskapsspridning och arbetsmarknadsrörlighet. Geografiska regionstudier, 62. Uppsala: Department of Social and Economic Geography/Kulturgeografiska institutionen.

Power, D. & Scott, A.J. (2004) The Cultural Industries and the Production of Culture. Routledge: London and New York. ISBN: 0-415-33101-3

Power, D. & Lundmark, M. (2004) Working Through Knowledge Pools: Labour Market Dynamics, The Transference Of Knowledge And Ideas, And Industrial Clusters. Urban Studies, volume 41, no. 5/6, pp.1025-1044.

Bengtson, A. (2003) Framing Technological Development in a Concrete Context – the Use of Timber in the Swedish Construction Industry. Uppsala: Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University.

Holm, U., Malmberg, A, & Sölvell, Ö (2003) Subsidiary impact on host-country economies—case of foreign owned subsidiaries attracting investment to Sweden. Journal of Economic Geography 3: 389-408.

Lindqvist, G., Malmberg, A. & Sölvell, Ö. (2003) Svenska klusterkartor. En statistisk inventering av kluster i Sverige 2002. Uppsala: CIND, Uppsala universitet. (Ladda ner rapporten)

Malmberg, A. (2003) Beyond the cluster. Local milieus and global connections. In: Peck, J. & Yeung, H. (eds) Remaking the global economy. London: Sage.

Sölvell, Ö., Lindqvist, G. & Ketels, Christian (2003) The Cluster Initiative Greenbook. Stockholm: Ivory Tower. (Ladda ner rapporten)

Power, D. (2002) “Profiting from creativity? The music industry in Stockholm, Sweden and Kingston, Jamaica”. Environment and Planning A, volume 34, number 10, pp. 1833-1854. (with Daniel Hallencreutz).

Power, D. (2002) “The ‘cultural industries’ in Sweden: an assessment of the place of the cultural industries in the Swedish economy” Economic Geography, volume 78, number 2, 103-128.

Power, D. (2002) “IT and institutions in the structuring of European finance: urban impacts” Economic and Industrial Democracy. Volume 23, issue 3, 335-356.

Power, D. and Lundequist, P. (2002) “Putting Porter into Practice? cluster-building in Sweden”. European Planning Studies. Volume 10, issue 6, 686-704. (with)

Power, D. (2002) “The ‘cultural industries’ in Sweden: an assessment of the place of the cultural industries in the Swedish economy” Economic Geography, volume 78, number 2, 103-128.