His main research concerns Entrepreneurship, Productivity, Economic growth, Empirical evidence and Oecd countries. In his study, Employment growth is inextricably linked to Demographic economics, which falls within the broad field of Entrepreneurship. His Productivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Industrial organization and Competitor analysis.
His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Specification, Probit, Probit model, Investment and Marketing. His Competitor analysis research incorporates elements of Microeconomics, Estimation and Information technology. The Economic growth study which covers Economic expansion that intersects with Index and Competition.
Martin Carree mainly investigates Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization, Competition, Labour economics and Productivity. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Economic growth, Unemployment and Demographic economics. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Incentive and Competitor analysis.
His studies in Competition integrate themes in fields like Index and Sample. His Labour economics research includes themes of Capital, Barriers to exit, Deregulation and Retail sector. His research in Productivity intersects with topics in Microeconomics, Econometrics and Manufacturing firms.
Martin Carree mostly deals with Entrepreneurship, Knowledge management, Industrial organization, Competitor analysis and Labour economics. His Self-employment study in the realm of Entrepreneurship interacts with subjects such as Empirical evidence. Martin Carree has researched Knowledge management in several fields, including Family business, Marketing, Diversity and Differential effects.
His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Commerce, Market reform and Health care. His studies deal with areas such as Competition, Business administration, Corporate governance, Value chain and Portfolio as well as Competitor analysis. The concepts of his Labour economics study are interwoven with issues in Capital, Unemployment and Human capital.
His primary areas of study are Entrepreneurship, Economic growth, Empirical evidence, Labour economics and Empirical research. His work deals with themes such as Self-employment, Creativity, Demographic economics, Shift-share analysis and Intellectual property, which intersect with Economic growth. The Demographic economics study combines topics in areas such as Clothing, Employment growth, Trademark, Manufacturing and Exit rate.
His Labour economics study combines topics in areas such as Order and Human capital. He interconnects Econometrics, Educational attainment and Operations research in the investigation of issues within Empirical research. His Investment study incorporates themes from Productivity and Marketing, Industrial organization, Product innovation.
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The Impact of Entrepreneurship on Economic Growth
M.A. Carree;A.R. Thurik;Audretsch.
Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research (2003)
Cooperative R&D and firm performance
René Belderbos;Martin Carree;Boris Lokshin.
Research Policy (2004)
The Effect of Entrepreneurial Activity on National Economic Growth
André van Stel;Martin Carree;A. Roy Thurik.
Small Business Economics (2005)
The Impact of Entrepreneurship on Economic Growth
Martin A. Carree;A. Roy Thurik.
Handbook of entrepreneurship research: an interdisciplinary survey and introduction, 2011, ISBN 978-1-4614-1203-8, págs. 557-594 (2003)
Economic Development and Business Ownership: An Analysis Using Data of 23 OECD Countries in the Period 1976–1996
Martin Carree;André van Stel;Roy Thurik;Sander Wennekers.
Small Business Economics (2002)
Heterogeneity in R&D cooperation strategies
René Belderbos;Martin Carree;Bert Diederen;Boris Lokshin.
International Journal of Industrial Organization (2004)
Does self-employment reduce unemployment?
A. Roy Thurik;A. Roy Thurik;Martin A. Carree;André J. van Stel;David B. Audretsch;David B. Audretsch.
Journal of Business Venturing (2008)
The relationship between economic development and business ownership revisited
Martin Carree;André van Stel;A. Roy Thurik;Sander Wennekers.
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development (2007)
Complementarity in R&D cooperation strategies
René Belderbos;René Belderbos;Martin Carree;Boris Lokshin.
Review of Industrial Organization (2006)
The Location of Japanese Investments in China: Agglomeration Effects, Keiretsu, and Firm Heterogeneity
Rene Belderbos;Martin Carree.
Journal of The Japanese and International Economies (2000)
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