His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Economic system, Economic geography, Context and Life course approach. The Entrepreneurship study combines topics in areas such as Empirical evidence, Microeconomics, Industrial organization and Econometrics. His work in Economic system tackles topics such as Empirical research which are related to areas like Creative class.
Erik Stam has included themes like Management and Product lifecycle in his Economic geography study. Among his Context studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Ecosystem and Entrepreneurial ecosystem. The study incorporates disciplines such as New product development, Business administration, Affect and Employment growth in addition to Life course approach.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Entrepreneurship, Economic geography, Economic system, Industrial organization and Empirical research. In the subject of general Entrepreneurship, his work in Intrapreneurship is often linked to Context, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The concepts of his Economic geography study are interwoven with issues in Economies of agglomeration and Order.
His Industrial organization research includes elements of Creative destruction and Process. As a part of the same scientific family, Erik Stam mostly works in the field of Empirical evidence, focusing on New product development and, on occasion, Business administration. His studies in Business administration integrate themes in fields like Life course approach and Affect.
His main research concerns Entrepreneurship, Context, Entrepreneurial ecosystem, Ecosystem and Economic geography. His studies deal with areas such as Quality, Corporate governance, Economic system and Operationalization as well as Entrepreneurship. His research in Quality intersects with topics in Index and Popularity.
His Entrepreneurial ecosystem research focuses on Set and how it relates to Environmental resource management, Industrial policy, Creative destruction and Sociology of scientific knowledge. He works mostly in the field of Economic geography, limiting it down to topics relating to Industrial dynamics and, in certain cases, Economy. His Construct research incorporates elements of Microeconomics and Life course approach.
Erik Stam spends much of his time researching Entrepreneurship, Context, Ecosystem, Entrepreneurial ecosystem and Value. His work carried out in the field of Entrepreneurship brings together such families of science as Demographic economics, Public relations, Employment growth, Order and Public policy. Erik Stam performs integrative Context and Economic system research in his work.
His Economic system research includes themes of Productivity, Unemployment and Market economy. His Entrepreneurial ecosystem study incorporates themes from Index, Ecological systems theory, Corporate governance and Strategic management. His work deals with themes such as Product lifecycle and Industrial dynamics, which intersect with Economic geography.
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Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Regional Policy: A Sympathetic Critique
The lineages of the entrepreneurial ecosystem approach
Zoltan J. Acs;Erik Stam;Erik Stam;David B. Audretsch;Allan O’Connor.
Small Business Economics (2017)
The roles of R&D in new firm growth
Erik Stam;Erik Stam;Erik Stam;Karl Wennberg.
New Firm Growth: Exploring Processes and Paths
Elizabeth Garnsey;Erik Stam;Paul Heffernan.
Why Butterflies Don‘t Leave: Locational Behavior of Entrepreneurial Firms
The evolution and nature of young firm networks: a longitundial perspective
F.C. Stam;V. Schutjens;E. Stam.
Institutions, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in Europe
Niels Bosma;Mark Sanders;Erik Stam.
Entrepreneurial ecosystem elements
Erik Stam;Andrew van de Ven.
Entrepreneurship, evolution and geography
CREATIVE INDUSTRIES IN THE NETHERLANDS: STRUCTURE, DEVELOPMENT, INNOVATIVENESS AND EFFECTS ON URBAN GROWTH
Erik Stam;Jeroen P.j. De jong;Gerard Marlet.
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