Martijn J. Burger
Martijn J. Burger
Academic Director EHERO and Professor of Happiness Economics, Open University of the Netherlands
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On the specification of the gravity model of trade: zeros, excess zeros and zero-inflated estimation
M Burger, F Van Oort, GJ Linders
Spatial Economic Analysis 4 (2), 167-190, 2009
Form follows function? Linking morphological and functional polycentricity
M Burger, E Meijers
Urban Studies 49 (5), 1127-1149, 2012
Spatial structure and productivity in US metropolitan areas
EJ Meijers, MJ Burger
Environment and Planning A, 2010
Borrowing size in networks of cities: City size, network connectivity and metropolitan functions in Europe
EJ Meijers, MJ Burger, MM Hoogerbrugge
Papers in Regional Science 95 (1), 181-198, 2016
Stretching the concept of ‘borrowed size’
EJ Meijers, MJ Burger
Urban Studies 54 (1), 269-291, 2017
Polycentricity and the multiplexity of urban networks
MJ Burger, B Van der Knaap, RS Wall
European Planning Studies 22 (4), 816-840, 2014
On the economic foundation of the urban network paradigm: spatial integration, functional integration and economic complementarities within the Dutch Randstad
F Van Oort, M Burger, O Raspe
Urban Studies 47 (4), 725-748, 2010
Borrowed size, agglomeration shadows and cultural amenities in North-West Europe
MJ Burger, EJ Meijers, MM Hoogerbrugge, JM Tresserra
Second Rank Cities in Europe, 60-79, 2017
Functional Polycentrism and Urban Network Development in the Greater South East, United Kingdom: Evidence from Commuting Patterns, 1981–2001
B De Goei, MJ Burger, FG Van Oort, M Kitson
Regional Studies 44 (9), 1149-1170, 2010
Heterogeneous development of metropolitan spatial structure: Evidence from commuting patterns in English and Welsh city-regions, 1981–2001
MJ Burger, B De Goei, L Van Der Laan, FJM Huisman
Cities 28 (2), 160-170, 2011
Modeling knowledge networks in economic geography: a discussion of four methods
T Broekel, PA Balland, M Burger, F van Oort
The Annals of Regional Science 53 (2), 423-452, 2014
Social network sites, individual social capital and happiness
E Arampatzi, MJ Burger, N Novik
Journal of Happiness Studies 19 (1), 99-122, 2018
The heterogeneous skill-base of circular economy employment
M Burger, S Stavropoulos, S Ramkumar, J Dufourmont, F van Oort
Research Policy 48 (1), 248-261, 2019
Agglomerations and the rise of urban network externalities
MJ Burger, EJ Meijers
Papers in Regional Science 95 (1), 5-15, 2016
The relations between hope and subjective well-being: A literature overview and empirical analysis
E Pleeging, M Burger, J van Exel
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 1-23, 2020
Multilevel Approaches and the Firm‐Agglomeration Ambiguity in Economic Growth Studies
FG van Oort, MJ Burger, J Knoben, O Raspe
Journal of Economic Surveys 26 (3), 468-491, 2012
Social context and network formation: An experimental study
MJ Burger, V Buskens
Social Networks 31 (1), 63-75, 2009
Unhappy development: dissatisfaction with life on the eve of the Arab Spring
E Arampatzi, M Burger, E Ianchovichina, T Röhricht, R Veenhoven
Review of Income and Wealth 64, S80-S113, 2018
Neighborhood-Based social capital and life satisfaction: the case of Rotterdam, The Netherlands
MM Hoogerbrugge, MJ Burger
Urban Geography 39 (10), 1484-1509, 2018
Mood during commute in the Netherlands
S Lancée, R Veenhoven, M Burger
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 104 (C), 195-208, 2017
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