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Rohstoff „Daten“: Volkswirtschaflicher Nutzen von Datenbereitstellung – eine Bestandsaufnahme

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  • Oliver Falck
  • Johannes Koenen

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Studie mit finanzieller Unterstützung der IHK für München und Oberbayernim Rahmen des Vertrags zur Erstellung volkswirtschaftlicher Studien. Die Bedeutung der Datenökonomie für die Entwicklung der Wirtschaftsleistung in Deutschland und Europa ist unbestritten. In verschiedenen Märkten lassen sich allerdings – beispielsweise aufgrund von Netzwerkeffekten – Entwicklungen beobachten, die auf Marktversagen hinweisen könnten: Monopolisierungstendenzen, Abschottung und Einrichtung von „Datensilos" oder fehlender Zugang zu Daten und damit Barrieren beim Markteintritt für neue Marktakteure.

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  • Oliver Falck & Johannes Koenen, 2020. "Rohstoff „Daten“: Volkswirtschaflicher Nutzen von Datenbereitstellung – eine Bestandsaufnahme," ifo Forschungsberichte, ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich, number 113, October.
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