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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 38 Citations 6,161 161 World Ranking 1259 National Ranking 44

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Law
  • China
  • Macroeconomics

His scientific interests lie mostly in Public economics, Tobit model, International economics, Foreign direct investment and Labour economics. His Public economics study incorporates themes from Economic growth and Probit. His Tobit model study combines topics in areas such as Poverty, Development economics and Portfolio.

His Poverty research includes themes of Government, Developing country, State and Finance. His studies in International economics integrate themes in fields like Competition and Declaration. His Foreign direct investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cointegration and Investment.

His most cited work include:

  • Does US Aid Buy UN General Assembly Votes? A Disaggregated Analysis (200 citations)
  • Economic Reforms, FDI, and Economic Growth in India: A Sector Level Analysis (154 citations)
  • Are 'New' Donors Different? Comparing the Allocation of Bilateral Aid between Non- DAC and DAC Donor Countries (144 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Peter Nunnenkamp mainly focuses on Foreign direct investment, International economics, Developing country, International trade and Public economics. His work carried out in the field of Foreign direct investment brings together such families of science as Demographic economics, Latin Americans, Multinational corporation, Monetary economics and Investment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Competition, Liberalization, Emerging markets and Human capital in addition to International economics.

His work on Aid effectiveness as part of general Developing country research is frequently linked to Developed country, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Public economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economic growth, Panel data, Probit, Tobit model and Politics. In his research on the topic of Tobit model, Development economics, Tobit analysis and Finance is strongly related with Poverty.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Foreign direct investment (36.92%)
  • International economics (28.67%)
  • Developing country (20.07%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2015-2020)?

  • International economics (28.67%)
  • Foreign direct investment (36.92%)
  • Investment (12.19%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Peter Nunnenkamp spends much of his time researching International economics, Foreign direct investment, Investment, Developing country and International trade. The International economics study combines topics in areas such as Industrialisation, Market economy, Emerging markets, Index and Comparative advantage. His Foreign direct investment research incorporates elements of Competition and Financial market.

His work deals with themes such as Dispute settlement, Economic system, International arbitration and Composite index, which intersect with Investment. His studies deal with areas such as Mergers and acquisitions, Panel data and Labour economics as well as Developing country. His work in International trade covers topics such as European integration which are related to areas like Discretion and Endogeneity.

Between 2015 and 2020, his most popular works were:

  • A New Global Index of Infrastructure: Construction, Rankings and Applications (41 citations)
  • Aid, Infrastructure, and FDI: Assessing the Transmission Channel with a New Index of Infrastructure (39 citations)
  • The Effects of Greenfield FDI and Cross‐border M&As on Total Factor Productivity (34 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Law
  • China
  • Finance

Peter Nunnenkamp mainly investigates Foreign direct investment, Developing country, Investment, International economics and European integration. He interconnects Total factor productivity and Firm-specific infrastructure in the investigation of issues within Foreign direct investment. His study in Developing country is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Labour economics and International trade.

His Labour economics study incorporates themes from Panel data, Demographic economics, Aggregate productivity and International business. His research investigates the connection between Investment and topics such as Arbitration that intersect with problems in Endogeneity and Discretion. Peter Nunnenkamp has researched International economics in several fields, including Index, Emerging markets and Capital good.

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Best Publications

Does US Aid Buy UN General Assembly Votes? A Disaggregated Analysis

Axel Dreher;Peter Nunnenkamp;Rainer Thiele.
Public Choice (2008)

420 Citations

Are 'New' Donors Different? Comparing the Allocation of Bilateral Aid between Non- DAC and DAC Donor Countries

Axel Dreher;Peter Nunnenkamp;Rainer Thiele.
World Development (2011)

355 Citations

Does aid for education educate children? : evidence from panel data

Axel Dreher;Peter Nunnenkamp;Rainer Thiele.
The World Bank Economic Review (2008)

294 Citations

FDI promotion through bilateral investment treaties: more than a bit?

Matthias Busse;Jens Königer;Peter Nunnenkamp.
Review of World Economics (2010)

259 Citations

Economic Reforms, FDI, and Economic Growth in India: A Sector Level Analysis

Chandana Chakraborty;Peter Nunnenkamp.
World Development (2008)

233 Citations

Do trade and investment agreements lead to more FDI? Accounting for key provisions inside the black box

Axel Berger;Matthias Busse;Peter Nunnenkamp;Martin Roy.
International Economics and Economic Policy (2013)

212 Citations

Do Donors Target Aid in Line with the Millennium Development Goals? A Sector Perspective of Aid Allocation

Rainer Thiele;Peter Nunnenkamp;Axel Dreher.
Review of World Economics (2007)

176 Citations

Targeting Aid to the Needy and Deserving: Nothing But Promises?

Peter Nunnenkamp;Rainer Thiele.
The World Economy (2006)

168 Citations

FDI AND INCOME INEQUALITY: EVIDENCE FROM A PANEL OF U.S. STATES

Pandej Chintrakarn;Dierk Herzer;Peter Nunnenkamp.
Economic Inquiry (2012)

145 Citations

Less aid proliferation and more donor coordination? The wide gap between words and deeds

Iñaki Aldasoro;Peter Nunnenkamp;Rainer Thiele.
Journal of International Development (2010)

128 Citations

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