Martin Obschonka focuses on Human capital, Social psychology, Personality, Theory of planned behavior and Phenomenon. The various areas that Martin Obschonka examines in his Human capital study include Endowment, Economic geography, Personality profile, Microeconomics and Labour economics. His Social psychology research includes elements of Structural equation modeling, Prosperity, Path analysis and Distribution.
His Personality research incorporates themes from Identity, Archival research and Marketing. Martin Obschonka has included themes like Economies of agglomeration, Credibility, Control variable and Economy in his Phenomenon study. His Big Five personality traits study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychosocial, Context, Cognitive psychology and Locus of control.
His primary scientific interests are in Personality, Social psychology, Big Five personality traits, German and Human capital. His research integrates issues of Identity and Regional variation in his study of Personality. The study incorporates disciplines such as Structural equation modeling and Developmental psychology in addition to Social psychology.
His Big Five personality traits and culture study in the realm of Big Five personality traits interacts with subjects such as Socioeconomic status. The German study combines topics in areas such as Self-efficacy, Economic geography and Personality structure. His Human capital study combines topics in areas such as Economies of agglomeration, Credibility, Control variable and Set.
Personality, Big Five personality traits, Social psychology, Demographic economics and Imprinting are his primary areas of study. Martin Obschonka has researched Personality in several fields, including Developmental psychology and Regional variation. His Big Five personality traits study incorporates themes from Economic geography, Social learning theory, German and Openness to experience.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Quality, Production and Cultural openness. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Context and Longitudinal study. His Context research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Wage, Multilevel model and Preference.
Martin Obschonka mostly deals with Personality, Social psychology, Context, Moderation and Big Five personality traits. His Personality research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Marketing and Composition. A large part of his Social psychology studies is devoted to Life satisfaction.
His Context research incorporates elements of Wage, Labour economics and Multilevel model. His Moderation course of study focuses on Engineering ethics and Passion. His studies in Big Five personality traits integrate themes in fields like Economic geography and German.
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Entrepreneurial intention as developmental outcome
Martin Obschonka;Rainer K. Silbereisen;Eva Schmitt-Rodermund.
Scientists' transition to academic entrepreneurship: Economic and psychological determinants
Maximilian Goethner;Martin Obschonka;Rainer K. Silbereisen;Uwe Cantner;Uwe Cantner.
Entrepreneurial self-efficacy: A systematic review of the literature on its theoretical foundations, measurement, antecedents, and outcomes, and an agenda for future research
Alexander Newman;Martin Obschonka;Susan Schwarz;Michael Cohen.
The Regional Distribution and Correlates of an Entrepreneurship-Prone Personality Profile in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom: A Socioecological Perspective
Martin Obschonka;Eva Schmitt-Rodermund;Rainer K. Silbereisen;Samuel D. Gosling.
Social identity and the transition to entrepreneurship: The role of group identification with workplace peers
Martin Obschonka;Maximilian Goethner;Rainer K. Silbereisen;Uwe Cantner;Uwe Cantner.
Regional characteristics, opportunity perception and entrepreneurial activities
Michael Stuetzer;Martin Obschonka;Udo Brixy;Rolf Sternberg.
Small Business Economics (2014)
Entrepreneurship culture, knowledge spillovers and the growth of regions
Michael Stuetzer;David B. Audretsch;Martin Obschonka;Samuel D. Gosling.
Regional Studies (2018)
Entrepreneurial Regions: Do Macro-psychological Cultural Characteristics of Regions help solve the “Knowledge Paradox” of Economics?
Martin Obschonka;Michael Stuetzer;Samuel D. Gosling;Peter J. Rentfrow.
Research Papers in Economics (2015)
Nascent entrepreneurship and the developing individual: Early entrepreneurial competence in adolescence and venture creation success during the career
Martin Obschonka;Rainer K. Silbereisen;Eva Schmitt-Rodermund;Michael Stuetzer.
Integrating psychological approaches to entrepreneurship: the Entrepreneurial Personality System (EPS)
Martin Obschonka;Martin Obschonka;Michael Stuetzer;Michael Stuetzer.
Small Business Economics (2017)
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