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Neben dem Außenhandel haben die Direktinvestitionen als Internationalisierungsstrategie an Bedeutung gewonnen


  • Markus Wilhelm


Die deutschen Direktinvestitionen im Ausland wie die ausländischen Direktinvestitionen in Deutschland haben sich parallel zum Außenhandel entwickelt. Zur exportstützenden Funktion der deutschen Direktinvestitionen paßt auch der Befund, daß es bisher nur in einigen Branchen aktive Standortverlagerungen ins Auslangd gegeben hat sowie der simultane Personalaufbau im In- und Ausland in einigen exportstarken Branchen. Ob Direktinvestitionen in substitutiver oder komplementärer Beziehung zum Export stehen, hängt auch davon ab, ob sie aus defensiven Motiven, d.h. in Erwartung höherer Handelsbarrieren, oder aus offensiven Motiven, d.h. in Erwartung zunehmenden Marktpotentials, vorgenommen werden.

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  • Markus Wilhelm, 1996. "Neben dem Außenhandel haben die Direktinvestitionen als Internationalisierungsstrategie an Bedeutung gewonnen," ifo Schnelldienst, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, vol. 49(7-8), pages 26-38, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:ces:ifosdt:v:49:y:1996:i:7-8:p:26-38

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    1. Henneberger, Fred & Ziegler, Alexandre, 2001. "Internationalisierung der Dienstleistungserstellung : Konsequenzen für den schweizerischen Arbeitsmarkt," HWWA Discussion Papers 149, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA).
    2. Gilroy, Bernard Michael, 1999. "Beschäftigungswirkungen multinationaler Unternehmungen
      [Employment effects of multinational enterprises]
      ," MPRA Paper 21079, University Library of Munich, Germany.


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