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Marktstruktur, Innovationsaktivität und Profitabilität der deutschen Ernährungswirtschaft: Das Beispiel Functional Food

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Innovative gesundheitsförderliche Lebensmittel, sogenannte Functional Food, haben in den letzten Jahren in Deutschland zunehmende Bedeutung gewonnen. Auf der Basis des Struktur-Verhalten-Ergebnis-Ansatzes wird im Rahmen dieser Arbeit für den Zeitraum 1995 bis 1999 empirisch der Einfluss der Marktstruktur auf die allgemeine Innovationsaktivität sowie speziell jene im Functional Food-Segment untersucht. Ferner wird geprüft, inwiefern diese Innovationsaktivitäten die Profitabilität von 23 Branchen des deutschen Ernährungsgewerbes determinieren.

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  • Wittkopp, Antje, 2002. "Marktstruktur, Innovationsaktivität und Profitabilität der deutschen Ernährungswirtschaft: Das Beispiel Functional Food," FE Working Papers 0205, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, Department of Food Economics and Consumption Studies.
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