Stijn Kelchtermans
Stijn Kelchtermans
Associate Professor, KU Leuven
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The great divide in scientific productivity: Why the average scientist does not exist
S Kelchtermans, R Veugelers
Industrial and Corporate Change 20 (1), 295-336, 2011
622011
Dipping in the policy mix: do R&D subsidies foster behavioral additionality effects of R&D tax credits?
D Neicu, P Teirlinck, S Kelchtermans
Economics of Innovation and New Technology 25 (3), 218-239, 2016
522016
Top research productivity and its persistence: Gender as a double-edged sword
S Kelchtermans, R Veugelers
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (1), 273-285, 2013
49*2013
Participation and study decisions in a public system of higher education
S Kelchtermans, F Verboven
Journal of Applied Econometrics 25 (3), 355-391, 2010
372010
Basic science as a prescription for breakthrough inventions in the pharmaceutical industry
A Della Malva, S Kelchtermans, B Leten, R Veugelers
The Journal of Technology Transfer 40 (4), 670-695, 2015
302015
Regulation of program supply in higher education: Lessons from a funding system reform in Flanders
S Kelchtermans, F Verboven
CESifo Economic Studies 54 (2), 204-228, 2008
26*2008
On the Use of Computer-Aided Text Analysis in International Business Research
R Belderbos, M Grabowska, B Leten, S Kelchtermans, U Nazlihan
Global Strategy Journal, 2017
152017
Program duplication in higher education is not necessarily bad
S Kelchtermans, F Verboven
Journal of Public Economics 94 (5-6), 397-409, 2010
132010
Internal basic research, external basic research and the technological performance of pharmaceutical firms
B Leten, S Kelchtermans, R Belderbos
Katholieke Universiteit Department of Managerial Economics, Strategy and …, 2010
102010
Reducing product diversity in higher education
S Kelchtermans, F Verboven
CEPR Discussion Paper No. DP6508, 2007
82007
In pursuit of excellence: essays on the organization of higher educationand research
S Kelchtermans
82007
Thanks, but no thanks: Companies’ response to R&D tax credits
D Neicu, S Kelchtermans, P Teirlinck
Available at SSRN 2799546, 2016
62016
RIO Country Report 2017: Belgium
S Kelchtermans, N Robledo-Bottcher
JRC Science for Policy Report, 2018
42018
Do firms benefit from investing in basic research? An empirical investigation for pharmaceutical firms
B Leten, S Kelchtermans, R Belderbos
Edward Elgar, 2013
42013
The Impact of Internal and External Basic Science on Research Productivity in the Pharmaceutical Industry
B Leten, S Kelchtermans, R Belderbos
42010
Reaching for the stars: the contingent performance effects of basic research collaboration
RM Colen, R Belderbos, B Leten, S Kelchtermans
DRUID working paper, https://conference. druid. dk/acc_papers …, 2014
32014
Do firms benefit from investing in basic scientific research? An empirical investigation for pharmaceutical firms
S Kelchtermans, B Leten, R Belderbos
Innovation and Creativity, 2013
32013
Top research productivity and its persistence. a survival time analysis for a panel of belgian scientists
S Kelchtermans, R Veugelers
DTEW Research Report 0576, 1-31, 2005
32005
Same data, different conclusions: Radical dispersion in empirical results when independent analysts operationalize and test the same hypothesis
M Schweinsberg, M Feldman, N Staub, OR van den Akker, R van Aert, ...
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 2021
12021
The role of peer effects in firms’ usage of R&D tax exemptions
S Kelchtermans, D Neicu, P Teirlinck
Journal of Business Research 108, 74-91, 2020
12020
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