2001 - Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research, Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum
21st Century Entrepreneurship Research Fellow
Mentor Award, Entrepreneurship Division, Academy of Management
David B. Audretsch focuses on Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Economic system, Economic geography and Knowledge spillover. His Entrepreneurship study incorporates themes from Empirical evidence, Spillover effect, Endogenous growth theory, Public policy and Marketing. His Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Mechanism, Small firm, Microeconomics and Function.
His Economic system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Competition, Capital, Empirical research and Commercial law. His studies in Economic geography integrate themes in fields like Technological change and Diversity. David B. Audretsch usually deals with Knowledge spillover and limits it to topics linked to Investment and Knowledge economy.
His primary areas of investigation include Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Economic system, Economic geography and Empirical evidence. His research integrates issues of Knowledge spillover, Human capital, Public policy and Marketing, Commercialization in his study of Entrepreneurship. Endogenous growth theory is closely connected to Spillover effect in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Human capital.
His study brings together the fields of Process and Industrial organization. In most of his Economic system studies, his work intersects topics such as Market economy. His research brings together the fields of Economies of agglomeration and Economic geography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Economic geography, Commercial law and Marketing. His Entrepreneurship study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic growth, Public policy, Empirical evidence, Panel data and Economic system. His Public policy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Western world, Health care, Market failure and Immigration.
David B. Audretsch combines topics linked to Strategic management with his work on Economic system. His work in Industrial organization addresses issues such as Productivity, which are connected to fields such as Tertiary sector of the economy. The various areas that David B. Audretsch examines in his Economic geography study include Economies of agglomeration and Diversity.
David B. Audretsch mostly deals with Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Commercial law, Marketing and Empirical evidence. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Panel data, Economic geography, Human capital, Public policy and Economic system. His work deals with themes such as Technological change, Cultural identity, Economy and Business economics, which intersect with Economic geography.
David B. Audretsch studies Knowledge spillover, a branch of Industrial organization. The study incorporates disciplines such as Productivity and Commercialization in addition to Knowledge spillover. His Empirical evidence research incorporates themes from Sociocultural evolution, Positive economics, Public organization and Diversity.
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R&D Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation and Production
David B. Audretsch;Maryann P. Feldman;Maryann P. Feldman.
The American Economic Review (1996)
Innovation and Small Firms
Zoltán J. Ács;David B. Audretsch.
Innovation in Large and Small Firms: An Empirical Analysis
Zoltan J Acs;David B Audretsch.
The American Economic Review (1988)
Innovation and Industry Evolution
David B. Audretsch.
Research Papers in Economics (1995)
Innovation in cities: Science-based diversity, specialization and localized competition
Maryann P Feldman;David B Audretsch;David B Audretsch.
European Economic Review (1999)
The Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship
Zoltan J. Acs;Pontus Braunerhjelm;David B. Audretsch;Bo Carlsson.
Small Business Economics (2009)
Innovation, Market Structure, and Firm Size
Zoltan J. Acs;David B. Audretsch.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (1987)
Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth
David B. Audretsch;Max C. Keilbach;Erik E. Lehmann.
Company-Scientist Locational Links: The Case of Biotechnology
David B. Audretsch;Paula E. Stephan.
The American Economic Review (2017)
Knowledge spillovers and the geography of innovation
David B. Audretsch;Maryann P. Feldman.
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
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