His primary scientific interests are in Productivity, International trade, Production, International economics and Industrial organization. Johannes Van Biesebroeck has researched Productivity in several fields, including Instrumental variable, Econometrics, Economies of scale, Labour economics and Data envelopment analysis. The study incorporates disciplines such as Enforcement and Domestic market in addition to Economies of scale.
His studies in International trade integrate themes in fields like Global value chain and China. His specific area of interest is International economics, where Johannes Van Biesebroeck studies Free trade. Johannes Van Biesebroeck performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Industrial organization and Boom via his papers.
Johannes Van Biesebroeck mainly focuses on Productivity, Industrial organization, International economics, Production and Outsourcing. His primary area of study in Productivity is in the field of Total factor productivity. His Industrial organization study incorporates themes from Quality, Value, Supply chain, Variety and Product.
His study in International economics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Promotion, Liberalization and Clothing. His Production research incorporates elements of Endogeneity and Labour economics. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of China, Global value chain is strongly linked to International trade.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Industrial organization, Competition, Labour economics, Comparative advantage and International economics. His work on Manufacturing firms as part of general Industrial organization study is frequently linked to Modular design, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Econometrics and Margin in his study of Competition.
His research in Labour economics intersects with topics in Ranking, Market segmentation, Process and Risk aversion. His Comparative advantage research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Technological change, Production, Resource allocation, Global recession and Aggregate data. When carried out as part of a general International economics research project, his work on Trade barrier and Free trade is frequently linked to work in Accession, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
Johannes Van Biesebroeck spends much of his time researching Manufacturing firms, Industrial organization, Accession, Sample and Value. His Manufacturing firms research includes elements of Variety and Food security. Johannes Van Biesebroeck performs integrative Industrial organization and Modular design research in his work.
His Accession research spans across into areas like Replication, Capital, International economics and Production. His work deals with themes such as Market power, Private sector and Labour economics, Employment growth, which intersect with Sample. His Value research includes themes of Theory of the firm, Outsourcing and Corporate governance.
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Creative Accounting or Creative Destruction? Firm-level Productivity Growth in Chinese Manufacturing
Loren Brandt;Johannes Van Biesebroeck;Yifan Zhang.
Journal of Development Economics (2012)
Exporting raises productivity in sub-Saharan African manufacturing firms
Johannes Van Biesebroeck.
Journal of International Economics (2005)
Value chains, networks and clusters: reframing the global automotive industry
Timothy J. Sturgeon;Johannes Van Biesebroeck;Gary Gereffi.
Journal of Economic Geography (2008)
ROBUSTNESS OF PRODUCTIVITY ESTIMATES
Johannes Van Biesebroeck.
Journal of Industrial Economics (2007)
WTO Accession and Performance of Chinese Manufacturing Firms
Loren Brandt;Johannes Van Biesebroeck;Luhang Wang;Yifan Zhang.
The American Economic Review (2017)
Firm Size Matters: Growth and Productivity Growth in African Manufacturing
Johannes Van Biesebroeck.
Economic Development and Cultural Change (2005)
Globalisation of the automotive industry: main features and trends
Timothy J. Sturgeon;Olga Memedovic;Johannes Van Biesebroeck;Gary Gereffi.
International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development (2009)
Challenges of working with the Chinese NBS firm-level data
Loren Brandt;Johannes Van Biesebroeck;Johannes Van Biesebroeck;Yifan Zhang.
China Economic Review (2014)
Trade Growth under the African Growth and Opportunity Act
Garth Frazer;Johannes Van Biesebroeck.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2010)
Global value chains in the automotive industry: an enhanced role for developing countries
Timothy J. Sturgeon;Johannes Van Biesebroeck.
International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development (2011)
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