• Graduate program
    • Why Tinbergen Institute?
    • Program Structure
    • Courses
    • Course Registration
    • Recent PhD Placements
    • Facilities
    • Admissions
  • Research
  • News
  • Events
    • Summer School
      • Crash Course in Experimental Economics
      • Introduction in Genome-Wide Data Analysis
      • Research on Productivity, Trade, and Growth
      • Econometric Methods for Forecasting and Data Science
  • Times
Home | People | Martijn Burger
 placeholder

Martijn Burger

Research Fellow

University
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Research field
Organizations and Markets
Interests
Economic Geography, Globalization, Networks, Regional And Urban Economics, Spatial Economics, Trade

List of publications

Arampatzi,E. and Burger,M.J. and Ianchovichina,E. and Röhricht,T. and Veenhoven,R.. 2018. Unhappy development: Dissatisfaction with life on the eve of the Arab Spring. Review of income and wealth, 64, S80--S113

Burger,M.J. and Stavropoulos,S. and Ramkumar,S. and Dufourmont,J. and van Oort,F.G.. 2018. The heterogeneous skill-base of circular economy employment. Research Policy, 48, 248--261

Hessels,J. and Arampatzi,E. and van der Zwan,P.W. and Burger,M.J.. 2018. Life satisfaction and self-employment in different types of occupations. Applied Economics Letters, 25, 734--740

Burger,M.J. and Ianchovichina,E.. 2017. Surges and stops in greenfield and M\&A FDI flows to developing countries: Analysis by mode of entry. Review of World Economics, 153, 411--432

Karreman,B. and Burger,M.J. and van Oort,F.G.. 2017. Location choices of multinationals in Europe: the role of overseas communities. Economic Geography, 93, 131--161

Burger,M.J. and Meijers,E.. 2016. Agglomerations and the rise of urban network externalities. Papers in Regional Science, 95, 5--15

Burger,M.J. and Ianchovichina,E. and Rijkers,B.. 2016. Risky business: political instability and sectoral greenfield foreign direct investment in the Arab world. World Bank Economic Review, 30, 306--331

Burger,M.J. and Hendriks,M. and Pleeging,E. and van der Zwan,P.W.. 2016. The silver linings of lottery play: motivation and subjective well-being of British lottery participants. Applied Economics Letters, 23, 1312--1316

Meijers,E. and Burger,M.J. and Hoogerbrugge,M.M.. 2016. Borrowing size in networks of cities: city size, network connectivity and metropolitan functions in Europe. Papers in Regional Science, 95, 181--199

Arampatzi,E. and Burger,M.J. and Veenhoven,R.. 2015. Financial distress and happiness of employees in times of economic crisis. Applied Economics Letters, 22, 173--179

Broekel,T. and Balland,P.A. and Burger,M.J. and Oort,F. G.. 2014. Modeling knowledge networks in economic geography: a comparison of four empirical strategies. Annals of Regional Science, 53, 423--452

Burger,M.J. and Meijers,E. and van Oort,F.G.. 2014. Regional spatial structure and retail amenities in the Netherlands. Regional Studies, 48, 1972--1992

Burger,M.J. and Meijers,E. and Van Oort,F.G.. 2014. Retail amenities and regional spatial structure in the Netherlands. Regional Studies, 48, 1972--1992

Burger,M.J. and Meijers,E. and van Oort,F.G.. 2014. The development and functioning of regional urban systems. Regional Studies, 48, 1921--1925

Burger,M.J. and Thissen,M.J.P.M and Diodato,D. and van Oort,F.G.. 2014. The magnitude and distance decay of trade in goods and services: new evidence for European countries. Spatial Economic Analysis, 231--259

Burger,M.J. and van der Knaap,G.A. and Wall,R.S.. 2013. Revealed competition for greenfield investments between European regions. Journal of Economic Geography, 13, 619--648

van Oort,F. and Burger,M.J. and Knoben,J. and Raspe,O.. 2012. Multilevel Approaches and the firm-agglomeration ambiguity in economic growth studies. Journal of Economic Surveys, 26, 468--491

van Oort,F.G. and Burger,M.J. and Knoben,J. and Raspe,O.. 2012. Multilevel approaches and the firm-agglomeration ambiguity in economic growth studies. Journal of Economic Surveys, 26, 468--491

de Goei,B. and Burger,M.J. and Van Oort,F.G. and Kitson,M.. 2010. Functional polycentrism and urban network development in the Greater South East UK: Evidence from commuting patterns, 1981-2001. Regional Studies, 44, 1149--1170

Burger,M.J. and van Oort,F.G. and Linders,GJ. 2009. On the specification of the gravity model of trade: zeros, excess zeros and zero-inflated estimation. Spatial Economic Analysis, 4, 167--187

Linders,GJ and Burger,M.J. and van Oort,F.G.. 2008. A rather empty world: the many faces of distance and the persistent resistance to international trade. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 1, 439--458