His main research concerns Entrepreneurship, Corporate governance, Market economy, Economic system and Economy. The various areas that Saul Estrin examines in his Entrepreneurship study include Demographic economics and Business economics. His Corporate governance research incorporates themes from Corporate value, Restructuring, State, Accounting and China.
His Market economy research integrates issues from Multinational corporation, Shareholder, Control, Market structure and Normative. His Economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scope, Soviet union, Financial sector development and Foreign direct investment. His Foreign direct investment study combines topics in areas such as Emerging markets, Corruption and International economics.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Market economy, Entrepreneurship, Economic system, Foreign direct investment and Economy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Corporate governance, Restructuring and Politics. His research integrates issues of Test, Demographic economics, Human capital, Government and Property rights in his study of Entrepreneurship.
His Property rights study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Public economics and Corruption. In his research on the topic of Foreign direct investment, Industrial organization and International business is strongly related with Emerging markets. In most of his Economy studies, his work intersects topics such as Soviet union.
Saul Estrin mostly deals with Entrepreneurship, Foreign direct investment, Human capital, Emerging markets and Context. His work in Entrepreneurship addresses issues such as Solow residual, which are connected to fields such as Production function. Saul Estrin interconnects Spillover effect, Gravity model of trade, International economics, Latin Americans and Monetary economics in the investigation of issues within Foreign direct investment.
As part of one scientific family, Saul Estrin deals mainly with the area of Human capital, narrowing it down to issues related to the Gender pay gap, and often Earnings. His Emerging markets research incorporates elements of Corporate group, Internationalization and Mobile payment. His Internationalization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Multinational corporation, Industrial organization and State, Market economy.
His primary scientific interests are in Entrepreneurship, Foreign direct investment, Emerging markets, Economic geography and Economic system. His research in Entrepreneurship intersects with topics in Capital, Human capital, Interdependence, Developing country and Solow residual. His Foreign direct investment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Public economics, Gravity model of trade, International economics, Economy and Unemployment.
His Emerging markets research includes themes of Corporate group, Internationalization, Marketing, Social capital and Barriers to entry. His work deals with themes such as Resource allocation systems, Individual capital, Social mobility and Classical economics, which intersect with Economic system. His studies deal with areas such as Capitalism and Investment as well as Market economy.
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Institutions, resources, and entry strategies in emerging economies
Klaus E. Meyer;Saul Estrin;Sumon Kumar Bhaumik;Mike W. Peng.
Strategic Management Journal (2009)
The determinants of foreign direct investment into European transition economies
Alan A. Bevan;Saul Estrin.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2004)
Institutions and entrepreneurship development in Russia: A comparative perspective
Ruta Aidis;Saul Estrin;Tomasz M Mickiewicz.
Journal of Business Venturing (2008)
Foreign investment location and institutional development in transition economies
Alan Bevan;Saul Estrin;Klaus Meyer.
International Business Review (2004)
Effects of Privatization and Ownership in Transition Economies
Saul Estrin;Jan Hanousek;Evzen Kocenda;Jan Svejnar.
Journal of Economic Literature (2009)
Federico Sturzenegger and
Saul Estrin;Evzen Kocenda;Jan Svejnar;Jan Hanousek.
Journal of Economic Literature (2009)
Entrepreneurship, Social Capital, and Institutions: Social and Commercial Entrepreneurship Across Nations
Saul Estrin;Tomasz Mickiewicz;Ute Stephan;Ute Stephan.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2013)
Which institutions encourage entrepreneurial growth aspirations
Saul Estrin;Julia Korosteleva;Tomasz Mickiewicz.
Journal of Business Venturing (2013)
Size matters: entrepreneurial entry and government
Ruta Aidis;Saul Estrin;Tomasz Marek Mickiewicz.
Small Business Economics (2012)
Retained state shareholding in Chinese PLCs: Does government ownership always reduce corporate value?
Lihui Tian;Saul Estrin.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2008)
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