His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Business model, Equity crowdfunding, Entrepreneurial finance and Investment decisions. He interconnects Self-employment and Demographic economics in the investigation of issues within Marketing. His work carried out in the field of Business model brings together such families of science as Product and Investment.
His primary scientific interests are in Labour economics, Demographic economics, Marketing, German and Sample. When carried out as part of a general Labour economics research project, his work on Wage is frequently linked to work in Start up, Patent citation and Degree, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Jorn H. Block has researched Marketing in several fields, including Entrepreneurial finance and Investment.
His Investment research integrates issues from Web syndication and Industrial organization. His Product research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Information disclosure and Investment decisions. He integrates Investment decisions and Empirical research in his research.
His primary areas of study are Empirical research, Labour economics, Start up, Wage and Business model. His Empirical research research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Replication, Credibility, Discipline, Engineering ethics and Psychology. His Labour economics research includes themes of New Ventures and Small firm.
His Wage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Intrapreneurship and Preference. The Business model study combines topics in areas such as Entrepreneurial finance, Product and Investment. Along with Equity crowdfunding, other disciplines of study including Investment decisions, Seed money and Information disclosure are integrated into his research.
Jorn H. Block mainly focuses on Empirical research, Product, Marketing, Investment and Investment decisions. His Empirical research investigation overlaps with other areas such as Novelty, Sine qua non, International business, Originality and Psychology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Business model and Entrepreneurial finance in addition to Product.
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R&D investments in family and founder firms: An agency perspective
Joern H. Block;Joern H. Block;Joern H. Block.
Journal of Business Venturing (2012)
Necessity and Opportunity Entrepreneurs and Their Duration in Self-employment: Evidence from German Micro Data
Jörn H. Block;Philipp G. Sandner.
Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade (2009)
The Market Value of R&D, Patents, and Trademarks
Philipp G. Sandner;Joern Block;Joern Block.
Research Policy (2011)
Family Management, Family Ownership, and Downsizing: Evidence from S&P 500 Firms:
Jörn Hendrich Block.
Family Business Review (2010)
Outcomes of entrepreneurship education: An institutional perspective
Sascha G. Walter;Jörn H. Block;Jörn H. Block.
Journal of Business Venturing (2016)
Economic and Technological Importance of Innovations in Large Family and Founder Firms An Analysis of Patent Data
Joern Block;Danny Miller;Peter Jaskiewicz;Frank Spiegel.
Family Business Review (2013)
How Do Risk Attitudes Differ within the Group of Entrepreneurs? The Role of Motivation and Procedural Utility
Joern Block;Philipp Sandner;Frank Spiegel.
Journal of Small Business Management (2015)
Necessity entrepreneurship and competitive strategy
Jörn Hendrich Block;Jörn Hendrich Block;Karsten Kohn;Karsten Kohn;Danny Miller;Danny Miller;Katrin Ullrich.
Small Business Economics (2015)
What is the effect of the financial crisis on venture capital financing? Empirical evidence from US Internet start-ups
Joern Block;Philipp Sandner.
Venture Capital: An International Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance (2009)
Which Updates During an Equity Crowdfunding Campaign Increase Crowd Participation
Jörn Hendrich Block;Jörn Hendrich Block;Jörn Hendrich Block;Lars Hornuf;Lars Hornuf;Alexandra Moritz.
Small Business Economics (2018)
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