Nicholas S. Vonortas focuses on Industrial organization, Marketing, Joint, Incentive and Public relations. In his papers, Nicholas S. Vonortas integrates diverse fields, such as Industrial organization and Stock. Nicholas S. Vonortas interconnects Workforce and Human capital in the investigation of issues within Marketing.
His Incentive research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dissemination and Collusion. His study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Outcome and General partnership. The various areas that Nicholas S. Vonortas examines in his General partnership study include Competitor analysis and Public administration.
Nicholas S. Vonortas spends much of his time researching Industrial organization, Marketing, Commercial law, Entrepreneurship and Knowledge management. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Industrial organization and Joint via his papers. His work in the fields of Marketing, such as Process innovation, intersects with other areas such as Sample and Sociology of scientific knowledge.
His Commercial law investigation overlaps with Developing country and Context. His Entrepreneurship study incorporates themes from Economic growth, Economic geography and State. Many of his research projects under Knowledge management are closely connected to Information and Communications Technology and Key with Information and Communications Technology and Key, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Nicholas S. Vonortas mainly focuses on Industrial organization, Commercial law, Entrepreneurship, Economic geography and Marketing. His work carried out in the field of Industrial organization brings together such families of science as Public–private partnership, General partnership and Commercialization. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Public sector and Knowledge transfer.
His research in Economic geography intersects with topics in Emerging markets and Human capital. The study incorporates disciplines such as Developing country and State in addition to Marketing. His work focuses on many connections between Developing country and other disciplines, such as Substitution effect, that overlap with his field of interest in Absorptive capacity.
His primary scientific interests are in Marketing, Developing country, Absorptive capacity, Commercial law and Economic geography. Nicholas S. Vonortas integrates many fields, such as Marketing and Association, in his works. As a part of the same scientific family, Nicholas S. Vonortas mostly works in the field of Developing country, focusing on Entrepreneurship and, on occasion, Public relations, State and Quality.
His study with Absorptive capacity involves better knowledge in Industrial organization. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Commercial law and Policy decision. His Economic geography research incorporates themes from Innovation system, Emerging markets and Multinational corporation.
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Research Joint Ventures
Yannis Caloghirou;Stavros Ioannides;Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Journal of Economic Surveys (2003)
University-Industry Cooperation in the Context of the European Framework Programmes
Yannis Caloghirou;Aggelos Tsakanikas;Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Journal of Technology Transfer (2001)
Intellectual property protection mechanisms in research partnerships
Henry R. Hertzfeld;Albert N. Link;Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Research Policy (2006)
Cooperation in research and development
Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Research joint ventures in the US
Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Research Policy (1997)
Inter-firm cooperation with imperfectly appropriable research
Nicholas S. Vonortas.
International Journal of Industrial Organization (1994)
Public Procurement for Innovation
Charles Edquist;Nicholas S Vonortas;Jon M Zabala-Iturriagagoitia;Jakob Edler.
Research Papers in Economics (2015)
S&T Parks and business incubators in middle-sized countries: the case of greece
Evangelia Sofouli;Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Journal of Technology Transfer (2007)
Determinants of technology licensing: the case of licensors
YoungJun Kim;Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Managerial and Decision Economics (2006)
The performance of research partnerships
Yannis Caloghirou;George Hondroyiannis;George Hondroyiannis;Nicholas S. Vonortas.
Managerial and Decision Economics (2003)
Science and Public Policy
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