2023 - Research.com Business and Management in Germany Leader Award
2023 - Research.com Economics and Finance in Germany Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in Germany Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Economics and Finance in Germany Leader Award
His main research concerns Economic geography, Entrepreneurship, Economy, Regional development and Economic system. His Economic geography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Productivity, Innovation system, Function and International trade. His studies deal with areas such as Economic growth, Shift-share analysis, Persistence and Distribution as well as Entrepreneurship.
His Distribution study combines topics in areas such as Empirical research and Affect. His Economy research integrates issues from Small business and Unemployment. His Economic system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Knowledge economy and Federal republic.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Entrepreneurship, Economic geography, Regional development, Self-employment and West germany. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Persistence, Labour economics and Demographic economics. Many of his research projects under Economic geography are closely connected to Empirical evidence with Empirical evidence, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Regional development research covers fields of interest such as Employment growth, Productivity and Regional differences. West germany and Economy are two areas of study in which Michael Fritsch engages in interdisciplinary research. His Distribution research includes themes of Economic growth and Creativity, Creative class.
Michael Fritsch focuses on Entrepreneurship, Economic geography, Persistence, Self-employment and Regional culture. The concepts of his Entrepreneurship study are interwoven with issues in Development economics, Demographic economics and Unemployment. In his study, Absorptive capacity is inextricably linked to International trade, which falls within the broad field of Economic geography.
His Persistence research also works with subjects such as
His main research concerns Entrepreneurship, Economic geography, Self-employment, Regional culture and Start up. Michael Fritsch has included themes like Persistence, Demographic economics and Unemployment in his Entrepreneurship study. His research integrates issues of Path dependence, Shift-share analysis, Economy, Position and Ranking in his study of Persistence.
The various areas that he examines in his Unemployment study include Business cycle, Earnings, Monetary economics and Recession. His study in Economic geography intersects with areas of studies such as Positive relationship and West germany. His Self-employment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economic growth, Employment growth and Soviet union.
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Marktversagen und Wirtschaftspolitik : Mikroökonomische Grundlagen staatlichen Handelns
Michael Fritsch;Thomas Wein;Hans-Jürgen Ewers.
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Michael Fritsch;Rolf Lukas.
Research Policy (2001)
Effects of New Business Formation on Regional Development over Time
Michael Fritsch;Pamela Mueller.
Regional Studies (2004)
Growth Regimes over Time and Space
David B. Audretsch;Michael Fritsch.
Regional Studies (2002)
Innovation, regional knowledge spillovers and R&D cooperation
Michael Fritsch;Grit Franke.
Research Policy (2004)
The Geography of Firm Births in Germany
David B. Audretsch;Michael Fritsch.
Regional Studies (1994)
Creative Class and Regional Growth: Empirical Evidence from Seven European Countries
Ron A. Boschma;Michael Fritsch.
Economic Geography (2009)
The impact of network structure on knowledge transfer: an application of social network analysis in the context of regional innovation networks
Michael Fritsch;Martina Kauffeld-Monz.
Annals of Regional Science (2010)
How does new business formation affect regional development? Introduction to the special issue
Michael Fritsch;Michael Fritsch;Michael Fritsch.
Small Business Economics (2008)
Determinants of the Efficiency of Regional Innovation Systems
Michael Fritsch;Viktor Slavtchev.
Regional Studies (2011)
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