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Dr Jonathan Jones
Ilona Serwicka
Professor Colin Wren
The Motives for FDI Location in Europe and EU Enlargement2020
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Economic integration, border costs and FDI location: Evidence from the fifth European enlargement2018
Dr Stephen McDonald
Professor Colin Wren
Multibrand pricing as a strategy for consumer search obfuscation in online markets2018
Dr Stephen McDonald
Professor Colin Wren
Consumer Search Ability, Price Dispersion and the Digital Divide2017
Professor Colin Wren
The FDI Border Effect and Economic Integration: Evidence from the Fifth European Union Enlargement2017
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Does Service FDI Locate Differently to Manufacturing FDI? A Regional Analysis for Great Britain2016
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
The Dynamics of Service FDI Location: A Disaggregated Industry Analysis for Great Britain2016
Professor Colin Wren
Dr Jonathan Jones
Understanding the Location of Foreign Direct Investment2016
Ilona Serwicka
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
The Motives for the FDI Location Choice in the ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Europe2014
Dr Stephen McDonald
Professor Colin Wren
Multiple Price Posting and Consumer Search Obfuscation: Evidence from an Online Market2013
Professor Colin Wren
Dr Jonathan Jones
FDI Location across British Regions and Agglomerative Forces: A Markov Analysis2012
Professor Colin Wren
Geographic concentration and the temporal scope of agglomeration economies: An index decomposition2012
Dr Stephen McDonald
Professor Colin Wren
Informative Brand Advertising and Pricing Strategies in Internet Markets with Heterogeneous Consumer Search2012
Professor Colin Wren
Dr Jonathan Jones
Quantitative Evaluation of the LEAD Programme, 2004-112012
Professor Colin Wren
Dr Jonathan Jones
Assessing the Regional Impact of Grants on FDI Location: Evidence from U.K. Regional Policy, 1985-20052011
Professor Colin Wren
Geographic Concentration and the Temporal Scope of Agglomeration Economics: An Index Decomposition2011
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
On the Relative Importance of Agglomeration Economies in the Location of FDI Across British Regions2011
Dr Stephen McDonald
Professor Colin Wren
Ability to Search and Price Dispersion: Evidence from the Internet Motor Insurance Market2010
Professor Colin Wren
Darren Storey
Evaluating the Effect of Soft Business Support upon Small Firm Performance2010
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Assessing the Regional Impact of Grants on FDI Location: Evidence from UK Regional Policy, 1985-052009
Professor Colin Wren
Dr Jonathan Jones
Grants and the Location of Foreign Direct Investment: Evidence from the UK Regions2009
Professor Colin Wren
Onward the Spatial: An Essay on the Nature and Relevance of Regional Economics2009
Dr Stephen McDonald
Professor Colin Wren
Price Dispersion and the Ability to Search: The UK Internet Motor Insurance Market2009
Professor Colin Wren
Assessing Expected Impacts2008
Professor Colin Wren
Darren Storey
Evaluating the Effect of Soft Business Support upon Small Firm Performance2008
Professor Andy Pike
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
Professor Andrew Gillespie
Professor Richard Harris
Angela Hull
et al.
Final editorial for the Newcastle editorial team2008
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Foreign Inward Investment and Regional Prospects2008
Dr Martin Robson
Professor Colin Wren
Marginal and Average Tax Rates and the Incentive for Self-Employment2008
Professor Colin Wren
Reconciling practice with theory in the micro-evaluation of regional policy2007
Professor Andy Pike
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
Professor Andrew Gillespie
Professor Richard Harris
Angela Hull
et al.
Regional Studies: 40 years and more…2007
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
Dr Simon Raybould
Professor Colin Wren
The Cost of FAInS Provision. The Family Advice and Information Service: A Changing Role for Family Lawyers in England and Wales2007
Professor Andy Pike
Emeritus Professor Mike Coombes
Professor Andrew Gillespie
Professor Richard Harris
Angela Hull
et al.
Editorial: On the move...2006
Professor Colin Wren
Evaluation of European Union Cohesion policy: Research questions and policy challenges2006
Professor Colin Wren
Rob Jones
Ex-post Evaluation of the LEAD Programme2006
Professor Colin Wren
Darren Storey
Evaluating the Effect of Soft Business Support upon Small Firm Performance2005
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Foreign Direct Investment and the Regional Economy2005
Professor Colin Wren
Regional grants: are they worth It?2005
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Do inward investors achieve their job targets2004
Professor Colin Wren
Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: A Framework for Policy2004
Dr Jonathan Jones
Professor Colin Wren
Inward foreign direct investment and employment: A project-based analysis in north-east England2004
Professor Colin Wren
Informational rents and discretionary industrial assistance2003
Professor Colin Wren
Investment scale as a signal in industrial assistance schemes with employment objectives2003
Professor Colin Wren
David Storey
Evaluating the effect of soft business support upon small firm performance2002
Professor Colin Wren
The industrial policy of competitiveness: A review of recent developments in the UK2001
Professor Colin Wren
Industrial restructuring and regional policy1999
Dr Martin Robson
Professor Colin Wren
Marginal and average tax rates and the incentive for self-employment1999
Professor Colin Wren
Methodologies for Evaluating the New Business Support1999
Professor Colin Wren
Wealth from diversity: Innovation, structural change and finance for regional development in Europe - edited by Xavier Vence-Deza and J. Stanley Metcalfe.1997
Professor Colin Wren
Fund substitution and the incentive effect of public investment subsidies1996
Professor Colin Wren
Grant Equivalent Expenditure on Industrial Subsidies in the Post-war United Kingdom1996
Professor Colin Wren
The build-up and duration of subsidy-induced employment evidence from U.K. regional policy1994