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  • Acs Zoltan J. - Estrin Saul - Mickiewicz Tomasz - Szerb László (2018) Entrepreneurship, Institutional Economics and Economic Growth: A Systems Perspective, Small Business Economics, (2018) 51:501–514, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11187-018-0013-9

    Attila Varga, Tamás Sebestyén, Norbert Szabó, László Szerb (2018) Estimating the economic impacts of knowledge network and entrepreneurship development in smart specialization policy. Regional Studies DOI: 10.1080/00343404.2018.1527026.

    Galambosné Tiszberger Mónika (2018): The weight of weighting – an empirical study based on the OECD better life index. Business and Management Review 9:(3) pp. 443-450.

    Horváth, K., Rabetino, R. (in press). Knowledge-intensive territorial servitization: regional driving forces and the role of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Regional Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2018.1469741

    Horváth Krisztina – Szerb László (2018) Managerial practices and the productivity of knowledge-intensive service businesses: An analysis of digital/IT and cash management practices, Strategic Change 27(2):161–172. DOI: 10.1002/jsc.2191

    Kuti Mónika,Galambosné Tiszberger Mónika, Czigler Enikő (2018): Magyarországról indított közösségi finanszírozású kampányok. A Kickstarter-platform esete. Közgazdasági szemle 65:(2) pp. 206-225.

    Lengyel Imre, Varga Attila 2018 A magyar gazdasági növekedés térbeli korlátai – helyzetkép és alapvető dilemmák. Közgazdasági Szemle 65, 499–524. 

    Sebestyén, T., Hau-Horváth, O., Varga, A.: How to get from the periphery into the core? The role of geographical location and scientific performance in network position in the field of neuroscience. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, DOI: 10.1007/s12076-016-0182-6. 2017.

    Szerb, L., Lafuente, E., Horváth, K., Páger, B. (in press). The relevance of quantity and quality entrepreneurship for regional performance: The moderating role of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Regional Studies. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/00343404.2018.1510481

    Varga, A.: Place-based, spatially blind, or both? Challenges in estimating the impacts of modern development policies: the case of the GMR policy impact modeling approach. International Regional Science Review, 40(1) pp. 12-37. 2017.


  • Attila Varga 2017 Geographical Macro and Regional Impact Modeling. In R. Jackson, P. Schaeffer (eds.), Regional Research Frontiers - Vol. 2, Advances in Spatial Science. Springer 49-58. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-50590-9_3

    Varga Attila, Sebestyén Tamás 2017 A hálózati és a lokalizált tudásáramlás különbségei Európában. Területi Statisztika 57, 24-51.

    Attila Varga, Tamás Sebestyén 2017 Does EU Framework Program participation affect regional innovation? The differentiating role of economic development. International Regional Science Review, 1-35 DOI: 10.1177/0160017616642821.

    Ed Bergman, Attila Varga 2017 Innovative potential for development of Europe’s neighbouring countries and regions. Annals of Regional Science 1-7. DOI 10.1007/s00168-017-0826-5

    Sebestyén, T., Hau-Horváth, O., Varga, A.: How to get from the periphery into the core? The role of geographical location and scientific performance in network position in the field of neuroscience. Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, DOI: 10.1007/s12076-016-0182-6. 2017.

    Szerb, L., Komlósi, E., & Páger, B. (2017). A Multidimensional, Comparative Analysis of the Regional Entrepreneurship Performance in the Central and Eastern European EU Member Countries. In Sauka, A. and A. Chepurenko (eds): Entrepreneurship in Transition Economies (pp. 35-56). Springer International Publishing.

    Varga, A.: Place-based, spatially blind, or both? Challenges in estimating the impacts of modern development policies: the case of the GMR policy impact modeling approach. International Regional Science Review, 40(1) pp. 12-37. 2017.


  • Gábor Rappai (2016): Europe En Route to 2020: A New Way of Evaluating the Overall Fulfilment of the Europe 2020 Strategic Goals. Social Indicators Research,Vol. 129. No. 1., 77-93.

    Lafuente, E.L., Szerb, L., Acs, Z.J.: Country level efficiency and National Systems of Entrepreneurship: A Data Envelopment Analysis approach. Journal of Technology Transfer, 41(6) pp. 1260-1283. 2016.

    McCann, P., Varga, A. (eds.): Place-based Economic Development and the New EU Cohesion Policy. Routledge. 2016.

    Sebestyén, T. (2016): Moving beyond the iceberg model: The role of trade relations in endogenizing transportation costs in computable general equilibrium models. Economic Modelling, DOI: 10.1016/j.econmod.2016.11.025

    Szerb, László, Komlósi, Éva, Páger, Balázs (2016). Measuring Entrepreneurship and Optimizing Entrepreneurship Policy Efforts in the European Union. CESifo DICE Report, 14(3), 08-23.

    Szerb, L., Trumbull, W.N.: The Development of Entrepreneurship in the European Transition Countries: Is Transition Complete? Strategic Change, 25(2) pp. 109-129. 2016.

    Varga, A., Sebestyén, T.: Does EU Framework Program Participation Affect Regional Innovation? The Differentiating Role of Economic Development. International Regional Science Review, DOI: 10.1177/0160017616642821. 2016.

    Varga, A., Baypinar, M.B.: Economic impact assessment of alternative European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) options with the application of the GMR-Turkey model. The Annals of Regional Science, 56(1) pp. 153-176. 2016.


  • Lengyel, B., Sebestyén, T., Leydesdorff, L.: Challenges for regional innovation policies in CEE countries: Spatial concentration and foreign control of US patenting. Science and Public Policy, 42(1) pp. 1-14. 2015.

    McCann, P., Varga, A.: The Reforms to the Regional and Urban Policy of the European Union: EU Cohesion Policy. Regional Studies, 49(8) pp. 1255-1257. 2015.

    Szerb, L., Acs, Z.J., Ortega-Argilés, R., Coduras, A., Aidis, R.: The Regional Application of the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI): The Case of Spain. Regional Studies, 49(12) pp. 1977-1994. 2015.

    Varga, A., Horváth, M.: Regional knowledge production function analysis. In: Anderson, M., Karlsson, C. (eds.) Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Economic Geography. Edward Elgar Publishers, pp. 513-543. 2015.


  • Acs, Z.J., Autio, E., Szerb, L.: National Systems of Entrepreneurship: Measurement issues and policy implications. Research Policy, 43(3) pp. 476-494. 2014.

    Varga, A., Horváth, M.: Institutional and regional factors behind university patenting in Europe: An exploratory spatial analysis using EUMIDA data. In: Bonaccorsi, A. (ed.) The European higher education landscape. Diversity and performance. Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA, USA, pp. 167-204.2014.

    Attila Varga, Dimitros Pontikakis, George Chorafakis 2014 Metropolitan Edison and cosmopolitan Pasteur? Agglomeration and interregional research network effects on European R&D productivity. Journal of Economic Geography 14, 229-263 (doi:10.1093/jeg/lbs041).


  • Acs, Z.J., Szerb, L., Jackson, S.: Entrepreneurship in Africa Through the Eyes of GEDI. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 14(4) pp. 219-234. 2013.

    Azagra-Caro, J.M., Pontikakis, D., Varga, A.: Absorptive capacity and the delocalisation of university-industry interaction. Evidence from participations in the EU's Sixth Framework Programme for Research. European Planning Studies, 21(10) pp. 1676-1701. 2013.

    Erdős, K., Varga, A.: The Role of Academic Spin-off founders’ motivation in the Hungarian Biotechnology Sector. In: João, J.M., Ferreira, M.R., Rutten, R., Varga, A. (eds.) Cooperation, Clusters, and Knowledge Transfer. Universities and Firms Towards Regional Competitiveness. Springer, New York, pp. 207-224. 2013.

    João, J.M., Ferreira, M.R., Rutten, R., Varga, A. (eds.): Cooperation, Clusters, and Knowledge Transfer. Universities and Firms Towards Regional Competitiveness. Springer, New York. 2013.

    Sebestyén, T., Varga, A.: A novel comprehensive index of network position and node characteristics in knowledge networks: Ego Network Quality. In: Scherngell, Thomas (eds.): The geography of networks and R&D collaborations. Springer, series: Advances in Spatial Science, pp. 71-97. 2013.

    Sebestyén, T., Varga, A.: Research productivity and the quality of interregional knowledge networks. Annals of Regional Science, 51(1) 155-189. 2013.

    Szerb, L., Aidis, R., Ács, Z.J.: The Comparison of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index Methodologies. Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship, 9(1) pp. 1-142. 2013.

    Varga , A., Hau-Horváth, O., Szabó, N., Járosi, P.: Blue Economy Innovation Impact Assessment with the GMREurope Model. Technology and Investment, 4(4), pp. 213-223. 2013.


  • Erdős, K., Varga, A.: The Academic Entrepreneur: Myth or Reality for Increased Regional Growth for Europe? In: Geenhuizen, M., Nijkamp, P. (eds.) Creative Knowledge Cities: Myths, Visions and Realities. Edward Elgar Publishers, pp. 157-181. 2012.

    Varga, A., Pontikakis, D., Chorafakis, G.: Metropolitan Edison and cosmopolitan Pasteur? Agglomeration and interregional research network effects on European R&D productivity. Journal of Economic Geography, 14(2) pp. 229-263. 2012.


  • Sebestyén, T.: Knowledge Networks and Economic Performance. Approaches for Modeling and Empirical Analysis. VDM Verlag, Saarbrücken, 2011.


  • Varga, A., Parag, A.: Academic knowledge transfers and the structure of international research networks. In: Varga, A. (ed.) Universities, Knowledge Transfer and Regional Development: Geography, Entrepreneurship and Policy. Edward Elgar Publishers, pp. 138-159. 2009.

    Varga, A.: Integrating geography in models of policy impact assessment: Why and how? Science Regionali, 8(1) pp. 107-115. 2009.

    Varga, A. (ed.): Universities, Knowledge Transfer and Regional Development: Geography, Entrepreneurship and Policy. Edward Elgar Publishers. 2009.


  • Varga, Attila 2008 From the Geography of Innovation to Development Policy Analysis: The GMR-approach. Annales d’Economie et de Statistique 87-88, 83-102.


  • Acs, J.Z., O'Gorman, C., Szerb, L., Terjesen, S.: Could The Irish Miracle Be Repeated in Hungary? Small Business Economics, 28(2) pp. 123-142. 2007.

    Acs, J.Z., Szerb, L.: Entrepreneurship, Economic Growth and Public Policy. Small Business Economics, 28(2) pp. 109-122. 2007.


  • Fischer, M.M., Fröhlich, J., Gassler, H., Varga, A.: The role of space in the creation of new technological knowledge in Austria: An exploratory spatial data analysis. In: Fischer, M.M. (ed.) Innovation, Networks, and Knowledge Spillovers, Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg, pp. 189-210. 2006.

    Fischer, M.M., Varga, A.: Spatial knowledge spillovers and university research: evidence from Austria. In: Fischer, M.M. (ed.) Innovation, Networks, and Knowledge Spillovers, Springer, Berlin-Heidelberg, pp. 211-232. 2006.

    Varga, A.: The Spatial Dimension of Innovation and Growth: Empirical Research Methodology and Policy Analysis. European Planning Studies, 14(9) pp. 1171-1186. 2006.


  • Acs, Z., Varga, A.: Entrepreneurship, agglomeration and technological change. Small Business Economics, 24(3) pp. 323-334. 2005.


  • Schalk, H.J., Varga, A.: The economic effects of EU Community Support Framework interventions. An ex-ante impact analysis with EcoRET, a macroeconomic model for Hungary. Center of Applied Economic Research Münster (CAWM), University of Münster, Münster. 2004.

    Szerb, L., Varga, A.: High tech venture capital investment in a small transition country: The case of Hungary. In: Mani, S., Bartzokas, A. (eds.) Financial Systems, Corporate Investment in Innovation and Venture Capital. Edward Elgar, pp. 290-321. 2004.

    Varga, A.,Schalk, H.J.: Knowledge spillovers, agglomeration and macroeconomic growth. An empirical approach. Regional Studies, 38(8) pp. 977-989. 2004.


  • Fischer, M.M., Varga, A.: Spatial knowledge spillovers and university research: evidence from Austria. Annals of Regional Science, 37(2) pp. 303-322. 2003.


  • Acs, Z., Anselin, L., Varga, A.: Patents and innovation counts as measures of regional production of new knowledge. Research Policy, 31(7) pp. 1069-1085. 2002.

    Acs, Z., Varga, A.: Geography, endogenous growth and innovation. International Regional Science Review, 25(1) pp. 132-148. 2002.

    Fischer, M.M., Varga, A.: Geographic Spillovers of University Research on Patent Activities of the High Technology Sectors in Austria. In: Acs, Z., de Groot, H.L.F., Nijkamp, P. (eds.) The Emergence of the Knowledge Economy. A Regional Perspective. Springer, Berlin, pp. 139-154, 2002.

    Fischer, M.M., Varga, A.: Technological innovation and interfirm cooperation. An exploratory analysis using survey data from manufacturing firms in the metropolitan region of Vienna. International Journal of Technology Management, 24(7-8) pp. 724-742. 2002.


  • Fischer, M.M., Fröhlich, J., Gassler, H., Varga, A.: The role of space in the creation of new technological knowledge in Austria: An exploratory spatial data analysis. In: Fischer, M.M., Fröhlich, J. (eds.) Knowledge, Complexity and Innovation Systems. Springer, Berlin, pp. 124-145. 2001.

    Fischer, M.M., Revilla Diez, J., Snickars, F. in association with Attila, V.: Metropolitan Systems of Innovation. Theory and Evidence from Three Metropolitan Regions in Europe. Springer, Berlin. 2001.

    Varga, A.: Universities and regional economic development: Does agglomeration matter? In Johansson, B., Karlsson, C., Stough, R. (eds.) Theories of Endogenous Regional Growth – Lessons for Regional Policies, Springer, Berlin, pp. 345-367. 2001.


  • Anselin, L., Varga, A., Acs, Z.: Geographic and sectoral characteristics of academic knowledge externalities. Papers in Regional Science, 79(4) pp. 435-445. 2000.

    Anselin, L., Varga, A., Acs, J.Z.: Geographic spillovers and university research: a spatial econometric perspective. Growth and Change, 31(4) pp. 501-516. 2000.

    Varga, A.: Local academic knowledge transfers and the concentration of economic activity. Journal of Regional Science, 40(2) pp. 289-309. 2000.


  • Varga, A.: Time-space patterns of US innovation: stability or change? A detailed analysis based on patent data. In: Fischer, M.M., Suarez-Villa, L., Steiner, M. (eds) Innovation, Networks and Localities, Springer, Berlin, pp. 215-234. 1999.


  • Varga, A.: University Research and Regional Innovation: A Spatial Econometric Analysis of Academic Technology Transfers. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston. 1998.


  • Anselin, L., Varga, A., Acs, Z.: Local geographic spillovers between university research and high technology innovations. Journal of Urban Economics, 42(3) pp. 422-448. 1997.

    Varga, A.: Regional Economic Effects of University Research: A Spatial Econometric Perspective. UMI, Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1997.


  • Balvers, R., Szerb, L.: Location in the Hotelling duopoly model with demand uncertainty. European Economic Review, 40(7) pp. 1453-1461. 1996.

 

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