2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Netherlands Leader Award
His main research concerns Economic geography, International English, Regional studies, Variety and Externality. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quality and Public relations. His Variety research incorporates elements of Empirical research, Economy and Hierarchy.
His Empirical research research focuses on Standardization and how it connects with Dominant design and Data science. His studies deal with areas such as Labor mobility, Knowledge transfer and Knowledge base as well as Externality. The Strategic geography study combines topics in areas such as Critical geography, Agricultural geography and Evolutionary economics.
Koen Frenken spends much of his time researching Economic geography, Variety, Evolutionary economics, Industrial organization and Marketing. Koen Frenken studies Strategic geography, a branch of Economic geography. His Strategic geography research entails a greater understanding of Human geography.
His Variety research incorporates themes from Economic growth and Data science. Koen Frenken works on Marketing which deals in particular with Business model. Koen Frenken performs multidisciplinary study on Employment growth and Portfolio in his works.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Sharing economy, Economic geography, Business model, Marketing and Variety. His Sharing economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Public debate, Consumer-to-business, Industrial organization and Environmental economics. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Economic geography and Metropolitan area in his work.
The concepts of his Business model study are interwoven with issues in Car ownership, Sociotechnical system, Service and Indirect costs. His study in Marketing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Publishing, Computer security, Key and Industrial relations. His Economies of agglomeration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Space and Externality.
Koen Frenken mainly focuses on Economic geography, Sharing economy, Business model, Marketing and Industrial organization. His Economic geography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Diversification, Path dependence, Economic sector, Entrepreneurship and Variety. His research in Path dependence intersects with topics in Economies of agglomeration, Space, Strategic geography and Externality.
His Sharing economy research integrates issues from Post-industrial economy, Environmental economics and Economic system. His work investigates the relationship between Marketing and topics such as Peer-to-peer that intersect with problems in Service, Scope, Popularity and Public transport. His work carried out in the field of Industrial organization brings together such families of science as Evolutionary economics, Corporate governance, Management science and Market failure.
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Related variety, unrelated variety and regional economic growth
Koen Frenken;Frank van Oort;Thijs Nicolaas Verburg.
Regional Studies (2007)
Why is economic geography not an evolutionary science? Towards an evolutionary economic geography
Ron A. Boschma;Koen Frenken.
Journal of Economic Geography (2006)
Putting the sharing economy into perspective
Koen Frenken;Juliet Schor.
Environmental innovation and societal transitions (2017)
The geographical and institutional proximity of research collaboration
R Ponds;FG van Oort;K Koen Frenken.
Papers in Regional Science (2007)
Toward a systematic framework for research on dominant designs, technological innovations, and industrial change
Johann Peter Murmann;Koen Frenken.
Research Policy (2006)
The Spatial Evolution of Innovation Networks: A Proximity Perspective
Ron Boschma;Koen Frenken.
The handbook of evolutionary economic geography (2010)
Innovation, spillovers, and university-industry collaboration: An extended knowledge production function approach
Roderik Ponds;Frank Oort;Koen Frenken.
Research Papers in Economics (2009)
Research collaboration at a distance: Changing spatial patterns of scientific collaboration within Europe
Jarno Hoekman;Jarno Hoekman;Koen Frenken;Koen Frenken;Robert J.W. Tijssen.
Research Policy (2010)
The emerging empirics of evolutionary economic geography
RA Boschma;K Koen Frenken.
Journal of Economic Geography (2011)
A theoretical framework for evolutionary economic geography: industrial dynamics and urban growth as a branching process
Koen Frenken;Ron A. Boschma.
Journal of Economic Geography (2007)
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