Mark Sanders researches and teaches topics that connect entrepreneurship, innovation and the transition towards more sustainable economic growth. His methods are both empirical and theoretical and his teaching is both within the economics department and in courses at the faculty of geosciences and sciences. Mark is also a member of the Sustainable Finance Lab that aims to make financial markets contribute to this transition.
- Sanders, M., S. Fuss and P.J. Engelen (2013), ‘Mobilizing Private Funds for Carbon Capture and Storage: A field study in the Netherlands’, in: International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 19: 595-605, ISSN: 1750-5836. Read more
- Bos, J., C. Economidou and M. Sanders (2013), ‘Innovation over the industry life cycle: Evidence from EU manufacturing’, in: Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 68: 78-91, ISSN: 0167-2681. Read more
- Acs, Z. and M. Sanders (2013), ‘Knowledge Spillover Entrepreneurship in an Endogenous Growth Model’, in: Small Business Economics Journal, 41(4): 775-795, ISSN: 0921-898X. Read more
- Acs, Z. and M. Sanders (2012), ‘Patents, Knowledge Spillovers, and Entrepreneurship’, in: Small Business Economics, 39(4): 801-817, ISSN: 0921-898X. Read more
- Sanders, M. (2005), Technology and the Decline in Demand of Unskilled Labour: A Theoretical Analysis of the US and European Labour Markets, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham UK, Northampton MA, USA. Read more