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Das ifo Exportklima – ein Frühindikator für die deutsche Exportprognose

  • Steffen Elstner
  • Christian Grimme

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  • Ulrich Haskamp

In dieser Studie wird die Neuberechnung des ifo Exportklimas, der Indikator für die deutschen Exporte, vorgestellt. Das Exportklima besteht aus den Bestandteilen Weltwirtschaftsklima und preisliche Wettbewerbsfähigkeit. Bei Ersterem werden in der neuen Konstruktionsweise deutlich mehr Länder berücksichtigt, um der fortschreitenden Diversifikation des deutschen Exportes gerecht zu werden. Zudem geht das Weltwirtschaftsklima mit einem höheren Gewicht als zuvor in das Exportklima ein, da der Einfluss der preislichen Wettbewerbsfähigkeit auf die Nachfrage nach deutschen Exportgütern abgenommen hat.

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Volume (Year): 66 (2013)
Issue (Month): 04 (03)
Pages: 36-43

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