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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Economics and Finance D-index 30 Citations 10,272 98 World Ranking 2165 National Ranking 59

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Macroeconomics
  • Finance
  • Economy

Robert Inklaar mainly investigates Productivity, Macroeconomics, Capital, Labour economics and Convergence. His Productivity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tertiary sector of the economy, Economy and Information and Communications Technology. His Capital study combines topics in areas such as Production, International comparisons and National accounts.

Robert Inklaar interconnects Price level, Penn effect, Terms of trade, Penn World Table and Real gross domestic product in the investigation of issues within International comparisons. His study looks at the intersection of Labour economics and topics like Investment with Liberalization and Human capital. While the research belongs to areas of Convergence, Robert Inklaar spends his time largely on the problem of Business cycle, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Monetary hegemony, Monetary policy, Monetary integration, Exchange rate and Monetary economics.

His most cited work include:

  • The Next Generation of the Penn World Table (1408 citations)
  • WILL BUSINESS CYCLES IN THE EURO AREA CONVERGE? A CRITICAL SURVEY OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH (237 citations)
  • Trade and business cycle synchronization in OECD countries: A re-examination (199 citations)

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

His scientific interests lie mostly in Productivity, Labour economics, Econometrics, Monetary economics and Capital. Robert Inklaar has included themes like Information and Communications Technology, Production, International comparisons and Convergence in his Productivity study. Robert Inklaar works mostly in the field of Labour economics, limiting it down to topics relating to Multifactor productivity and, in certain cases, Liberalization.

Robert Inklaar focuses mostly in the field of Econometrics, narrowing it down to matters related to Service and, in some cases, Systematic risk. In his study, Exchange rate and Instrumental variable is strongly linked to Business cycle, which falls under the umbrella field of Monetary economics. His work in Capital covers topics such as National accounts which are related to areas like Terms of trade, Real gross domestic product, Penn effect, Penn World Table and Economy.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Productivity (42.61%)
  • Labour economics (14.77%)
  • Econometrics (14.20%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2014-2021)?

  • Productivity (42.61%)
  • Econometrics (14.20%)
  • Total factor productivity (9.09%)

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

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Productivity, Econometrics, Total factor productivity, Convergence and Capital. He has researched Productivity in several fields, including Production and Labour economics. Robert Inklaar combines subjects such as Price level, Consumption and International comparisons with his study of Econometrics.

His International comparisons research integrates issues from Penn effect, Terms of trade, Economy, Real gross domestic product and National accounts. His work is dedicated to discovering how Convergence, Emerging markets are connected with Economic geography and Warrant and other disciplines. His Capital study combines topics in areas such as Monetary economics and Investment.

Between 2014 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • The Next Generation of the Penn World Table (1408 citations)
  • Rebasing 'Maddison' : new income comparisons and the shape of long-run economic development (115 citations)
  • Online Appendix to: The Next Generation of the Penn World Table* (43 citations)

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

  • Macroeconomics
  • Finance
  • Economy

Robert Inklaar spends much of his time researching Productivity, Macroeconomics, Penn World Table, Total factor productivity and Capital. The various areas that Robert Inklaar examines in his Productivity study include Production, Penn effect, Econometrics and Market value. His work on Distribution and Income inequality metrics as part of general Macroeconomics study is frequently linked to Rebasing and Comprehensive income, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.

His Penn World Table research incorporates themes from Physical capital, Terms of trade, Product and Library science. His Total factor productivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developing country and Labour economics. His Capital research includes elements of Order, Microeconomics, Investment and Manufacturing firms.

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Best Publications

The Next Generation of the Penn World Table

Robert C. Feenstra;Robert Inklaar;Marcel P. Timmer.
The American Economic Review (2015)

3969 Citations

Trade and business cycle synchronization in OECD countries: A re-examination

Robert Inklaar;Richard Jong-A-Pin;Jakob de Haan.
European Economic Review (2008)

438 Citations

Rebasing 'Maddison' : new income comparisons and the shape of long-run economic development

Robert Inklaar;Harmen de Jong;Jutta Bolt;Jan van Zanden.
GGDC Research Memorandum (2018)

422 Citations

WILL BUSINESS CYCLES IN THE EURO AREA CONVERGE? A CRITICAL SURVEY OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH

Jakob de Haan;Robert Inklaar;Richard Jong-A-Pin.
Journal of Economic Surveys (2008)

418 Citations

Market services productivity across Europe and the US

Robert Inklaar;Marcel P. Timmer;Bart van Ark.
Economic Policy (2008)

353 Citations

Changing Gear: Productivity, ICT and Service Industries in Europe and the United States

H.H. van Ark;R. Inklaar;R.H. McGuckin.
DRUID Summer Conference on Industrial Dynamics of the New Digital Economy (2003)

340 Citations

ICT AND EUROPE's PRODUCTIVITY PERFORMANCE: INDUSTRY‐LEVEL GROWTH ACCOUNT COMPARISONS WITH THE UNITED STATES

Robert Inklaar;Mary O'Mahony;Marcel Timmer.
Review of Income and Wealth (2005)

325 Citations

Economic Growth in Europe: A Comparative Industry Perspective

M.P. Timmer;R. Inklaar;M. O'Mahony;H.H. van Ark.
(2010)

301 Citations

ICT and productivity in Europe and the United States. Where do the differences come from

Bart van Ark;Robert Inklaar;Robert H. McGuckin.
CESifo Economic Studies (2003)

234 Citations

GGDC Productivity Level Database: International Comparisons of Output, Inputs and Productivity at the Industry Level

Robert Inklaar;Marcel Timmer.
Research Papers in Economics (2008)

168 Citations

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