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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 41 Citations 7,449 145 World Ranking 1079 National Ranking 30

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Macroeconomics
  • Capitalism
  • Social science

His main research concerns Economic geography, Shock, Economies of agglomeration, Sample and Returns to scale. In his study, Economic integration is inextricably linked to Wage equation, which falls within the broad field of Economic geography. His Shock study is associated with Monetary economics.

His Monetary economics study incorporates themes from Ecological resilience, Psychological resilience and Macroeconomics. Harry Garretsen combines subjects such as Core, Wage and Econometrics with his study of Economies of agglomeration. His Returns to scale study frequently links to other fields, such as Distribution.

His most cited work include:

  • The Strategic Bombing of German Cities during World War II and its Impact on City Growth (249 citations)
  • An Introduction to Geographical Economics (246 citations)
  • RECESSIONARY SHOCKS AND REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT: EVIDENCE ON THE RESILIENCE OF U.K. REGIONS† (194 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Harry Garretsen focuses on Economic geography, Economies of agglomeration, International economics, Economy and International trade. His research on Economic geography often connects related areas such as Estimation. His research in Economies of agglomeration focuses on subjects like Wage, which are connected to Stylized fact.

As part of the same scientific family, Harry Garretsen usually focuses on International economics, concentrating on Globalization and intersecting with Comparative advantage. His Comparative advantage research incorporates elements of Mergers and acquisitions and Oligopoly. Harry Garretsen performs multidisciplinary study on Relevance and Econometrics in his works.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Economic geography (31.02%)
  • Economies of agglomeration (21.08%)
  • International economics (17.47%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2015-2021)?

  • Productivity (3.61%)
  • Economy (9.04%)
  • Raising (1.81%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

His primary areas of investigation include Productivity, Economy, Raising, Ideology and Demographic economics. Harry Garretsen has included themes like Mergers and acquisitions and Stylized fact in his Productivity study. As a member of one scientific family, Harry Garretsen mostly works in the field of Economy, focusing on Development economics and, on occasion, Transaction cost and Population growth.

His study in Population growth is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Labour economics and Economic geography. Harry Garretsen integrates many fields, such as Economic geography and Space, in his works. The Demographic economics study which covers Recession that intersects with Big Five personality traits.

Between 2015 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • The Facial Appearance of CEOs: Faces Signal Selection but Not Performance (20 citations)
  • Brexit and the relevance of regional personality traits: more psychological Openness could have swung the regional vote (18 citations)
  • Tightening the leash after a threat: A multi-level event study on leadership behavior following the financial crisis (17 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Capitalism
  • Macroeconomics
  • Social science

Harry Garretsen mainly focuses on Personality, Economy, Labour economics, Market economy and Globalization. Many of his research projects under Personality are closely connected to Survey data collection with Survey data collection, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Economy research includes themes of Urbanization, Development economics and Reign.

His Labour economics research includes elements of High unemployment, Unemployment and Crowding out. His Market economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both International business, Resilience, Risk assessment and Value. The Globalization study combines topics in areas such as Economic integration and Openness to experience.

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Best Publications

An introduction to Geographical Economics: Trade location and growth

Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Charles van Marrewijk.
(2001)

658 Citations

The Strategic Bombing of German Cities during World War II and its Impact on City Growth

Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Marc Schramm.
Journal of Economic Geography (2004)

493 Citations

RECESSIONARY SHOCKS AND REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT: EVIDENCE ON THE RESILIENCE OF U.K. REGIONS†

Bernard Fingleton;Harry Garretsen;Ron Martin.
Journal of Regional Science (2012)

384 Citations

An Introduction to Geographical Economics

Harry Garretsen;Charles van Marrewijk;Steven Brakman.
(2001)

372 Citations

The Return of Zipf: Towards a Further Understanding of the Rank‐Size Distribution

Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Charles Van Marrewijk;Marianne Van Den Berg.
Journal of Regional Science (1999)

260 Citations

The Spatial Distribution of Wages:Estimating the Helpman-Hanson model for Germany

Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Marc Schramm.
Journal of Regional Science (2004)

237 Citations

The New Introduction to Geographical Economics

Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Charles van Marrewijk.
Cambridge Books (2009)

195 Citations

A century of shocks : The evolution of the German city size distribution 1925-1999

Maarten Bosker;Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Marc Schramm.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2008)

193 Citations

Putting New Economic Geography to the Test: Free-ness of Trade and Agglomeration in the EU Regions

Steven Brakman;Harry Garretsen;Marc Schramm.
Regional Science and Urban Economics (2006)

183 Citations

Rethinking (New) Economic Geography Models: Taking Geography and History More Seriously

Harry Garretsen;Ron Martin.
Spatial Economic Analysis (2010)

179 Citations

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