Alfred Kleinknecht mainly investigates Industrial organization, Marketing, Empirical research, Market structure and Entrepreneurship. His Industrial organization research incorporates elements of Commerce and Scale. The Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Competition and Microeconomics.
Alfred Kleinknecht interconnects Tertiary sector of the economy and Financial economics in the investigation of issues within Empirical research. Alfred Kleinknecht combines subjects such as Capital, Labour economics, Employment growth, Manufacturing firms and Ceteris paribus with his study of Entrepreneurship.
His primary areas of investigation include Labour economics, Industrial organization, Marketing, New product development and Economy. His Labour economics research integrates issues from Productivity and Deregulation. Empirical research, Financial economics and Econometrics is closely connected to Market structure in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Marketing.
The concepts of his New product development study are interwoven with issues in Product innovation, Competitor analysis and Urban agglomeration. His Economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Kondratiev wave and Economic geography. His Employment growth research includes elements of Microeconomics and Monetary economics.
Alfred Kleinknecht focuses on Labour economics, Productivity, Supply side, Deregulation and Flexibility. His studies deal with areas such as Currency, Knowledge sharing and Keynesian economics as well as Labour economics. In most of his Productivity studies, his work intersects topics such as Market deregulation.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Deregulation, Panel data are connected with Measures of national income and output, Wage growth, Social policy and Capital and other disciplines. Knowledge base, Level data, Entrepreneurship and Human resource management are fields of study that intersect with his Oecd countries research. His Unemployment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inflation rate, Robustness and Monetary economics.
Labour economics, Oecd countries, Deregulation, Flexibility and Unemployment are his primary areas of study. His Labour economics research incorporates elements of Income distribution, External debt and Currency. His Oecd countries study spans across into areas like Panel data, Low income, Wage growth, Measures of national income and output and Human resource management.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Misery index, Full employment, Inflation rate, Monetary economics and Robustness. His Flexibility investigation overlaps with Loyalty, Bureaucracy, Related research, Control and Knowledge sharing. His study in Unemployment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Productivity, Entrepreneurship and NAIRU.
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The non-trivial choice between innovation indicators
AH Kleinknecht;van Cagm Kees Montfort;E Brouwer.
Economics of Innovation and New Technology (2002)
Innovative output, and a firm's propensity to patent.: an exploration of CIS micro data
Erik Brouwer;Alfred Kleinknecht.
Research Policy (1999)
Innovation Patterns in Crisis and Prosperity: Schumpeter’s Long Cycle Reconsidered
Success and Failure of Innovation: A Literature Review
Gerben van der Panne;Cees van Beers;Alfred Kleinknecht.
International Journal of Innovation Management (2003)
Why do firms cooperate on R&D? an empirical study☆
Alfred Kleinknecht;Jeroen O.N. Reijnen.
Research Policy (1992)
Measuring R & D in Small Firms: How Much are we Missing?
Journal of Industrial Economics (1987)
Employment growth and innovation at the firm level
Erik Brouwer;Alfred Kleinknecht;Jeroen O. N. Reijnen.
Journal of Evolutionary Economics (1993)
Flexible Labour, Firm Performance and the Dutch Job Creation Miracle
Alfred Kleinknecht;Remco M. Oostendorp;Menno P. Pradhan;C.W.M. Naastepad.
International Review of Applied Economics (2006)
Demand and innovation: Schmookler re-examined
Alfred Kleinknecht;Bart Verspagen.
Research Policy (1990)
Firm size, small business presence and sales of innovative products: a micro-econometric analysis
Erik Brouwer;Alfred Kleinknecht.
Small Business Economics (1996)
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