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Discipline name D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines. Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Business and Management D-index 31 Citations 10,168 60 World Ranking 1243 National Ranking 63

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Psychology
  • Management
  • Marketing

Réjean Landry spends much of his time researching Marketing, Knowledge management, Research utilization, Public relations and Manufacturing firms. His Marketing research incorporates themes from Resource and Industrial organization. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Physical capital and Individual capital, Capital employed, Economic capital.

In general Knowledge management study, his work on Knowledge transfer often relates to the realm of Social science research, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Réjean Landry has included themes like Social work and Program evaluation in his Public relations study. His Manufacturing firms study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Variety and Empirical research.

His most cited work include:

  • Lessons from innovation empirical studies in the manufacturing sector: A systematic review of the literature from 1993–2003 (624 citations)
  • Does social capital determine innovation? To what extent? (444 citations)
  • Utilization of social science research knowledge in Canada. (394 citations)

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

His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Marketing, Public relations, Knowledge transfer and Industrial organization. The various areas that Réjean Landry examines in his Knowledge management study include Empirical research and Conceptual framework. His research integrates issues of Resource, Manufacturing firms and Variables in his study of Marketing.

His biological study deals with issues like Absorptive capacity, which deal with fields such as Intermediary. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Personal knowledge management, Knowledge translation and Interdependence. His study on Industrial organization is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Process.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Knowledge management (25.58%)
  • Marketing (22.09%)
  • Public relations (22.09%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2012-2016)?

  • Public relations (22.09%)
  • Knowledge transfer (15.12%)
  • Knowledge value chain (9.30%)

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

His scientific interests lie mostly in Public relations, Knowledge transfer, Knowledge value chain, Knowledge management and Survey data collection. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Public administration, Public health policy, Health policy and Transfer of training. His research in Knowledge transfer intersects with topics in Descriptive statistics, Higher education and Industry funding.

His study in Knowledge value chain is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Business model and Service. His research links Empirical research with Knowledge management. His Survey data collection study incorporates themes from Time allocation and Citation.

Between 2012 and 2016, his most popular works were:

  • Technology transfer organizations: Services and business models (59 citations)
  • What can university administrators do to increase the publication and citation scores of their faculty members (34 citations)
  • Exploring the relationships between innovation and internationalization of small and medium‐sized enterprises: A nonrecursive structural equation model (32 citations)

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

  • Psychology
  • Management
  • Social science

Réjean Landry mostly deals with Business model, Structural equation modeling, Investment, Process development and Internationalization. His Business model research is included under the broader classification of Marketing. His Structural equation modeling research incorporates elements of Process innovation, Product innovation, Management and Welfare economics.

His research brings together the fields of Service and Industrial organization.

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Best Publications

Lessons from innovation empirical studies in the manufacturing sector: A systematic review of the literature from 1993–2003

Nizar Becheikh;Réjean Landry;Nabil Amara.
Technovation (2006)

1367 Citations

Does social capital determine innovation? To what extent?

Réjean Landry;Nabil Amara;Moktar Lamari.
Technological Forecasting and Social Change (2002)

931 Citations

Utilization of social science research knowledge in Canada.

Réjean Landry;Nabil Amara;Moktar Lamari.
Research Policy (2001)

775 Citations

Sources of information as determinants of novelty of innovation in manufacturing firms: evidence from the 1999 statistics Canada innovation survey

Nabil Amara;Réjean Landry.
Technovation (2005)

619 Citations

New Evidence on Instrumental, Conceptual, and Symbolic Utilization of University Research in Government Agencies

Nabil Amara;Mathieu Ouimet;RÉjean Landry.
Science Communication (2004)

576 Citations

The Extent and Determinants of the Utilization of University Research in Government Agencies

Réjean Landry;Moktar Lamari;Nabil Amara.
Public Administration Review (2003)

544 Citations

Why are some university researchers more likely to create spin-offs than others? Evidence from Canadian universities

Réjean Landry;Nabil Amara;Imad Rherrad.
Research Policy (2006)

458 Citations

Climbing the Ladder of Research Utilization: Evidence from Social Science Research

Réjean Landry;Nabil Amara;Moktar Lamari.
Science Communication (2001)

377 Citations

Determinants of knowledge transfer: evidence from Canadian university researchers in natural sciences and engineering

Réjean Landry;Nabil Amara;Mathieu Ouimet.
Journal of Technology Transfer (2007)

356 Citations

Managing the protection of innovations in knowledge-intensive business services

Nabil Amara;Réjean Landry;Namatié Traoré.
Research Policy (2008)

328 Citations

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