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Innovationsaktivität Im Molkereisektor: Eine Analyse Auf Basis Internationaler Patentanmeldungen


  • Jantke, Corina
  • Sauer, Johannes


Schon vor Ende der Milchquote haben deutsche und europäische Molkereien ihre Exportaktivitäten verstärkt. Bei weiterhin steigender Anlieferungsmenge in der EU und weltweit starken Wettbewerbern gilt es bestehende internationale Absatzmärkte zu sichern und weitere zu erschließen. In der Literatur wurde bereits mehrfach über den positiven Zusammenhang zwischen Innovationsaktivität und Exportleistung von Unternehmen insbesondere in Industrienationen berichtet. Sowohl Export als auch Innovationsaktivität werden durch Rahmenbedingungen, wie z. B. Standort/Nation und Branche/Produkt determiniert. Die Auswertung internationaler Patentanmeldungen – als Output-Indikator von Innovationstätigkeit – lässt Rückschlüsse auf die Exportfähigkeit eines nationalen Sektors zu.

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  • Jantke, Corina & Sauer, Johannes, 2015. "Innovationsaktivität Im Molkereisektor: Eine Analyse Auf Basis Internationaler Patentanmeldungen," 55th Annual Conference, Giessen, Germany, September 23-25, 2015 209251, German Association of Agricultural Economists (GEWISOLA).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:gewi15:209251
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.209251

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