His primary areas of study are Productivity, Industrial organization, Incentive, Spillover effect and Complementarity. His Productivity study focuses on Total factor productivity in particular. His Industrial organization research incorporates themes from Technological change, Open innovation, Growth accounting and Subsidy.
His study looks at the intersection of Incentive and topics like Tax credit with Additionality and Panel data. His study in Spillover effect is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Physical capital, Capital, Rate of return, Labour economics and Marketing. His Capital research incorporates elements of Actuarial science, Innovation process, Econometrics and Human capital.
His primary areas of investigation include Productivity, Industrial organization, Econometrics, Total factor productivity and Panel data. His work on Growth accounting is typically connected to Complementarity as part of general Productivity study, connecting several disciplines of science. His research in the fields of Product innovation overlaps with other disciplines such as Information and Communications Technology.
His Total factor productivity study incorporates themes from Technological change, Capital and Economy. He has researched Capital in several fields, including Returns to scale, Production, Spillover effect and Agricultural economics. Pierre Mohnen combines subjects such as Incentive and Tobit model with his study of Panel data.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Productivity, Industrial organization, Rate of return, Panel data and Investment. The Productivity study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Certification and Developing country. His study on Manufacturing firms is often connected to Strengths and weaknesses as part of broader study in Industrial organization.
Econometrics covers Pierre Mohnen research in Panel data. His studies deal with areas such as Productivity model and Markov chain Monte Carlo as well as Econometrics. As a part of the same scientific family, Pierre Mohnen mostly works in the field of Spillover effect, focusing on Transmission channel and, on occasion, Microeconomics.
Pierre Mohnen mostly deals with Productivity, Industrial organization, Product innovation, Panel data and Monetary economics. His study of Total factor productivity is a part of Productivity. He has included themes like Quality, Sample, Developing country and Knowledge acquisition in his Industrial organization study.
His research investigates the link between Product innovation and topics such as Labour economics that cross with problems in Process innovation and Manufacturing. His study with Panel data involves better knowledge in Econometrics. His Econometrics research incorporates themes from Productivity model and Bayesian probability, Markov chain Monte Carlo.
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Measuring the Returns to R&D
Bronwyn H. Hall;Bronwyn H. Hall;Jacques Mairesse;Pierre Mohnen;Pierre Mohnen.
Social Science Research Network (2010)
Using innovation surveys for econometric analysis
Jacques Mairesse;Jacques Mairesse;Pierre Mohnen;Pierre Mohnen.
Social Science Research Network (2010)
Complementarities in Innovation Policy
Pierre Mohnen;Lars-Hendrick Röller.
European Economic Review (2003)
Accounting for Innovation and Measuring Innovativeness: An Illustrative Framework and an Application
Pierre Mohnen;Jacques Mairesse.
The American Economic Review (2002)
What type of enterprise forges close links with universities and government labs? Evidence from CIS 2
Pierre Mohnen;Cathy Hoareau.
Managerial and Decision Economics (2002)
The Importance of R&D for Innovation: A Reassessment Using French Survey Data
Jacques Mairesse;Pierre Mohnen.
Journal of Technology Transfer (2004)
PERSISTENCE OF INNOVATION IN DUTCH MANUFACTURING: IS IT SPURIOUS?*
Wladimir Raymond;Pierre A. Mohnen;Franz Palm;Sybrand Schim van der Loeff.
The Review of Economics and Statistics (2010)
Innovation and Productivity: An Update
Pierre Mohnen;Bronwyn H. Hall.
Eurasian Business Review (2013)
Are firms that received R&D subsidies more innovative?
Charles Bérubé;Pierre Mohnen.
Canadian Journal of Economics (2009)
Innovation and Firm Performance. Econometric Explorations of Survey Data
Pierre Mohnen;A. Kleinknecht.
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