2023 - Research.com Law in Netherlands Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Economic growth, China, Government, Politics and Public relations. His Economic growth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Eco-cities, Traffic congestion and Beijing. His Eco-cities research includes themes of Sustainable city, Modernization theory, Ecological modernization and Multitude.
His studies in China integrate themes in fields like Economic geography, Economic policy, Service, International trade and Investment. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Politics, Sustainable development, Transport engineering, Public transport, Transit-oriented development and Urban design is strongly linked to Urbanization. In general Public relations, his work in Corporate social responsibility is often linked to Perspective linking many areas of study.
His primary areas of study are China, Economic growth, Government, Politics and Public administration. His work carried out in the field of China brings together such families of science as Economic geography, Urbanization, Regional science, Position and Economic system. While the research belongs to areas of Economic geography, he spends his time largely on the problem of Ecological modernization, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Sustainable city.
His Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Eco-cities, Corporate governance and Investment. Martin de Jong interconnects Marketing, Public sector, Public relations and Environmental planning in the investigation of issues within Government. His work on Policy transfer and Policy analysis as part of general Public administration research is frequently linked to Transport infrastructure, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
Martin de Jong mainly investigates China, Smart city, Economy, Regional science and Urbanization. China and Municipal level are two areas of study in which Martin de Jong engages in interdisciplinary work. His research investigates the connection between Economy and topics such as Pearl river delta that intersect with problems in Knowledge sharing, Eco-cities, Position and Place branding.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Sustainable city, Bibliometrics, Diversification and Revenue in addition to Regional science. His Urbanization research incorporates themes from Natural resource, State, Public participation, Socioeconomic status and Socioeconomics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multi-level governance and Economic geography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in China, Economy, Public policy, Smart city and Ecological vulnerability. His work deals with themes such as Public sector and Appeal, which intersect with China. His research investigates the connection between Economy and topics such as Place branding that intersect with issues in Field, Hospitality management studies and Public relations.
His Public policy research includes themes of Conceptual framework, Risk analysis, Risk management and Toleration. The concepts of his Ecological vulnerability study are interwoven with issues in Socioeconomics, Environmental resource management and Tourism. Martin de Jong has researched Architectural engineering in several fields, including Corporate governance, Middle range theory and Development studies.
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Building institutions based on information disclosure: lessons from GRI's sustainability reporting
Halina Szejnwald Brown;Martin de Jong;David L. Levy.
Sustainable–Smart–Resilient–Low Carbon–Eco–Knowledge Cities; Making sense of a multitude of concepts promoting sustainable urbanization
Martin de Jong;Martin de Jong;Simon Joss;Daan Schraven;Changjie Zhan.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2015)
The rise of the Global Reporting Initiative: a case of institutional entrepreneurship
Halina Szejnwald Brown;Martin de Jong;Teodorina Lessidrenska.
The Contested Politics of Corporate Governance: The Case of the Global Reporting Initiative
David L. Levy;Halina Szejnwald Brown;Martin de Jong.
Democracy and Bureaucracy in the Age of the Web Empirical Findings and Theoretical Speculations
Todd M. la Porte;Chris C. Demchak;Martin de Jong.
Spatial spillover effects of transport infrastructure: evidence from Chinese regions
Nannan Yu;Nannan Yu;Martin de Jong;Martin de Jong;Servaas Storm;Jianing Mi.
Journal of Transport Geography (2013)
The Theory and Practice of Institutional Transplantation
Martin De Jong;Konstantinos Lalenis;Virginie Mamadouh.
Business innovation and government regulation for the promotion of electric vehicle use: lessons from Shenzhen, China
Ying Li;Changjie Zhan;Martin de Jong;Martin de Jong;Zofia Lukszo.
Introducing public–private partnerships for metropolitan subways in China: what is the evidence?
Martin de Jong;Rui Mu;Dominic Stead;Yongchi Ma.
Urban experimentation and institutional arrangements
Rob Raven;Frans Sengers;Philipp Spaeth;Linjun Xie.
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