In addition to the services for the Flemish government, the researchers of ECOOM also contribute to academic research in various research domains.

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Amiti, M.; Istkhoki, O. and Konings, J. (2022)

Dominant Currencies: How Firms Choose Currency Invoicing and Why it Matters”, Quarterly Journal of Economics

2022 - Economy and business - KU Leuven

Blind, K., Krieger, B., Pellens, M., (2022)

The Interplay between Product Innovation, Publishing, Patenting, and Developing Standards. Research Policy

2022 - Innovation - KU Leuven

Chi, P.S., Conix, S. (2022)

Measuring the isolation of research topics in philosophy.

In: Scientometrics

2022 - Bibliometrics - KU Leuven

Chi, P.S., Glänzel, W. (2022)

An article-based cross-disciplinary study of reference literature for indicator improvement.

In Scientometrics

2022 - Bibliometrics - KU Leuven

Czarnitzki, D., Fernandez, G. P., Rammer, C., (2021)

 Artificial Intelligence and firm-level productivity.

In: FEB Research Report MSI_2203, 17 Feb 2022. FEB - KU Leuven. pp1-36

2022 - Innovation - KU Leuven

Engels, T.C.E. & Kulczycki,E. (eds). Edward E.(2022)

Handbook on Research Assessment in the Social Sciences. ISBN978-1-80037-254-2

Eykens, J., Guns, R., & Vanderstraeten, R. (2022)

Subject specialties as interdisciplinary trading grounds: The case of the social sciences and humanities.

In: Scientometrics

2022 - Bibliometrics - UAntwerpen

Gorraiz, J et al. (2022)

Measuring the excellence contribution at the journal level: an alternative to Garfield’s impact factor.

In: Scientometrics

2022 - Bibliometrics - KU Leuven

Jonker, H., Vanlee, F., & Ysebaert, W. (2022)

Societal impact of university research in the written press: media attention in the context of SIUR and the open science agenda among social scientists in Flanders, Belgium

in Scientometrics, 1-18

2022 - Evaluation of societal impact of research - VUB

Rammer, C., Fernández, G.P., Czarnitzki, D. (2022)

Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Innovation: Evidence from German Firm-Level Data, Research Policy

2022 - Innovation - KU Leuven