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Mathias Heidinger, M.Sc.

⁣Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter / Research Assistant

Postal address

Postal:
Arcisstr. 21
80333 München

Since 2019 Research and teaching assistant at the Chair of Urban Development, Technical University of Munich

2017-2018 Student assistant at the Chair of Geography, Leipzig University

2016-2019 Master studies of Economic and Social Geography, Leipzig University

2016-2019 Employee at Institute for Urban and Regional Management, Munich

2013-2016 Bachelor studies of Geography, Ludwig Maximilan University Munich

  • Economic geography
  • Spatial Analysis and Visualizations
  • Data Mining & GIS
  • Network studies
  • Small scale neighborhood developments
  • Creative economy & regional development

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    Zöllner, Silke; Heidinger, Mathias; Sager, Sebastian; Lüthi, Stefan; Thierstein, Alain: Advanced producer services in Germany: a relational perspective on spatial core–periphery structures, 2009–19. Regional Studies, Regional Science 10 (1), 2023, 347-368 more…
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    Heidinger, Mathias; Wenner, Fabian; Sager, Sebastian; Sussmann, Paul; Thierstein, Alain: Where do knowledge-intensive firms locate in Germany?—An explanatory framework using exponential random graph modeling. Review of Regional Research (43), 2023, 103-124 more…
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    Müller, Christiane; Glässer, Jonas; Heidinger, Mathias; Thierstein, Alain: Linking knowledge-intensive firm locations with the urban structure of the city of Munich. disP - The Planning Review 59 (1), 2023, 68-85 more…
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    Heidinger, Mathias; Fuchs, Michaela; Thierstein, Alain: Do Jobs Follow People or People Follow Jobs? A Time Series Analysis of who is Actually Employed and where. 2023 RSA Annual Conference, 2023 more…

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    Heidinger, Mathias; Fuchs, Michaela; Thierstein, Alain: Do Jobs Follow People or People Follow Jobs? A Time Series Analysis of who is Actually Employed and where. 2023 RSA Annual Conference, 2023 more…
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    Heidinger, Mathias; Fuchs, Michaela; Thierstein, Alain: Does the knowledge economy induce employment growth? A Granger-causality approach for German regions. 61st ERSA Congress, 2022 more…