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Exportprämien unternehmensnaher Dienstleister in Niedersachsen

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  • Alexander Vogel

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Trotz der zunehmenden Bedeutung des internationalen Dienstleistungshandels und der besonderen Bedeutung des Dienstleistungsbereichs für die Volkswirtschaft ist über die Exporttätigkeit von Dienstleistern auf der Mikroebene nur wenig bekannt. Bisherige Erkenntnisse über den Zusammenhang zwischen Export und Unternehmensperformance stammen fast ausschließlich aus dem industriellen Sektor. Der vorliegende Beitrag knüpft an diesen Punkt an und untersucht für niedersächsische unternehmensnahe Dienstleistungsunternehmen den Zusammenhang zwischen der Exportaktivität und den Performanceindikatoren Größe, Produktivität, gezahlte Durchschnittslöhne und Umsatzrentabilität. Ziel ist es, zu prüfen, ob auch im niedersächsischen unternehmensnahen Dienstleistungssektor Exportprämien existieren und inwieweit sich Ex-ante Exportprämien finden lassen, welche auf eine Selbst-Selektion in Exportmärkte hinweisen. Für die Vergleichbarkeit der Ergebnisse wird der von der International Study Group on Exports and Productivity für den industriellen Sektor verwendete methodische Ansatz auf die Analyse der unternehmensnahen Dienstleister übertragen. Datenbasis stellt das neu über die Forschungsdatenzentren der Statistischen Ämter des Bundes und der Länder verfügbare Dienstleistungsstatistikpanel 2003-2005 dar.

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  • Alexander Vogel, 2009. "Exportprämien unternehmensnaher Dienstleister in Niedersachsen," Working Paper Series in Economics 140, University of Lüneburg, Institute of Economics.
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    Exportprämien; Selbst-Selektion in Exportmärkte; unternehmensnahe Dienstleister; Niedersachsen;

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