2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Netherlands Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Netherlands Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Economic geography, Evolutionary economics, Economy, Regional studies and Variety. The concepts of his Economic geography study are interwoven with issues in Technological change and Externality. His studies deal with areas such as Labor mobility, Knowledge transfer and Stylized fact as well as Externality.
His Evolutionary economics research includes elements of Benchmarking, Positive economics and Process. As part of one scientific family, Ron Boschma deals mainly with the area of Economy, narrowing it down to issues related to the Manufacturing, and often Path creation, Competition, Industry life cycle and Economies of agglomeration. His Variety research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Shift-share analysis, Range and Disease cluster.
Ron Boschma spends much of his time researching Economic geography, Diversification, Economy, Industrial organization and Variety. Ron Boschma has researched Economic geography in several fields, including Economies of agglomeration, Evolutionary economics and Externality. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cluster analysis and Employment growth.
His Diversification research incorporates themes from Economic system and Comparative advantage. His Industrial organization study incorporates themes from Operationalization, Specialization and Space. His research combines Knowledge base and Variety.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Economic geography, Diversification, Industrial organization, Social capital and Knowledge management. His study looks at the relationship between Economic geography and fields such as Structural change, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Diversification research includes themes of Capital stock, Economic system and Human capital.
His research investigates the connection between Industrial organization and topics such as Operationalization that intersect with issues in Dilemma and Specialization. In the field of Social capital, his study on Bridging social capital overlaps with subjects such as Register data. His study looks at the intersection of Knowledge management and topics like Knowledge base with Variety.
Ron Boschma mainly investigates Economic geography, Diversification, Social capital, Survey data collection and Variety. His Economic geography study combines topics in areas such as Empirical evidence, Function and Diversity. Ron Boschma interconnects Economic system, International trade, Industrial organization and Human capital in the investigation of issues within Diversification.
His work on Comparative advantage as part of his general International trade study is frequently connected to Critical assessment, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Social capital study combines topics in areas such as Argument and Neoclassical economics. His Variety study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Knowledge management and Knowledge base.
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Proximity and Innovation: A Critical Assessment
Regional Studies (2005)
Why is economic geography not an evolutionary science? Towards an evolutionary economic geography
Ron A. Boschma;Koen Frenken.
Journal of Economic Geography (2006)
Constructing Regional advantage: Platform Policies Based on Related Variety and Differentiated Knowledge Bases
Bjorn T. Asheim;Ron Boschma;Philip Nicholas Cooke.
Regional Studies (2011)
How do regions diversify over time? Industry relatedness and the development of new growth paths in regions.
Frank Neffke;Martin Henning;Ron Boschma.
Economic Geography (2011)
Related Variety, Trade Linkages, and Regional Growth in Italy
Ron Boschma;Simona Iammarino.
Economic Geography (2009)
Competitiveness of Regions from an Evolutionary Perspective
Ron A. Boschma.
Regional Studies (2004)
Evolutionary economics and economic geography
Ron A. Boschma;Jan G. Lambooy.
Journal of Evolutionary Economics (1999)
Knowledge Networks and Innovative Performance in an Industrial District: The Case of a Footwear District in the South of Italy
R.A. Boschma;A.L.J. ter Wal.
Industry and Innovation (2007)
Towards an Evolutionary Perspective on Regional Resilience
Regional Studies (2015)
Applying social network analysis in economic geography: framing some key analytic issues
Anne L. J. Ter Wal;Ron A. Boschma.
Annals of Regional Science (2009)
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