His study looks at the relationship between Typology and fields such as Anthropology, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work in Embeddedness is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Anthropology. He links relevant research areas such as Profitability index and Portfolio in the realm of Finance. His Profitability index study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Finance. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Intuition, Conceptual framework and Quality (philosophy) and Epistemology. Quality (philosophy) is closely attributed to Epistemology in his study. His Pure mathematics study has been linked to subjects such as Dimension (graph theory) and Field (mathematics). Much of his study explores Field (mathematics) relationship to Pure mathematics. Combining a variety of fields, including Social science, Conceptual framework and Management science, are what the author presents in his essays.
Erik Jan Hultink applies his multidisciplinary studies on Marketing and Market share in his research. His Product (mathematics) study often links to related topics such as Geometry. Many of his studies on Geometry apply to Product (mathematics) as well. His study deals with a combination of New product development and Product management. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Finance and Marketing. While working in this field, he studies both Operating system and Process (computing). He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Process (computing) and Operating system. He performs integrative study on Management and New product development.
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The Circular Economy – A new sustainability paradigm?
Martin Geissdoerfer;Martin Geissdoerfer;Paulo Savaget;Nancy M.P. Bocken;Nancy M.P. Bocken;Erik Jan Hultink.
The Impact of Market Orientation, Product Advantage, and Launch Proficiency on New Product Performance and Organizational Performance
Fred Langerak;Erik Jan Hultink;Henry S.J. Robben.
Product Design in a Circular Economy: Development of a Typology of Key Concepts and Terms
Marcel C. den Hollander;Conny A. Bakker;Erik Jan Hultink.
Design thinking to enhance the sustainable business modelling process – A workshop based on a value mapping process
Martin Geissdoerfer;Martin Geissdoerfer;Nancy M.P. Bocken;Nancy M.P. Bocken;Erik Jan Hultink.
Industrial New Product Launch Strategies and Product Development Performance
Erik Jan Hultink;Abbie Griffin;Susan Hart;Henry S. J. Robben.
Industrial companies' evaluation criteria in new product development gates
Susan Hart;Erik Jan Hultink;Nikolaos Tzokas;Harry R. Commandeur.
Measuring new product success: The difference that time perspective makes
Erik Jan Hultink;Henry S. J. Robben.
How Today's Consumers Perceive Tomorrow's Smart Products*
Serge A. Rijsdijk;Erik Jan Hultink.
Launch decisions and new product success: an empirical comparison of consumer and industrial products
Erik Jan Hultink;Susan Hart;Henry S.J. Robben;Abbie Griffin.
Exploring Portfolio Decision‐Making Processes*
Linda Kester;Abbie Griffin;Erik Jan Hultink;Kristina Lauche.
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