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Unternehmensnachfolgen in Deutschland: Aktuelle Trends

  • Moog, Petra
  • Kay, Rosemarie
  • Schlömer-Laufen, Nadine
  • Schlepphorst, Susanne
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    Da in Deutschland im Jahr 1989 letztmalig eine großzahlige, bundesweite Unternehmensbefragung zum Thema Nachfolge durchgeführt wurde, bestand Bedarf an aktuellen Daten. Deshalb hat der Stiftungslehrstuhl für allgemeine BWL, insbesondere Unternehmensnachfolge an der Universität Siegen in Kooperation mit dem IfM Bonn im Winter 2008/2009 eine Befragung von bundesweit 14.203 Unternehmen durchgeführt, an der sich letztlich 1.171 Unternehmer beteiligten. Die Unternehmer, bei denen zukünftig eine Übergabe des Unternehmens ansteht, wurden um Auskunft zu ihren Vorkehrungen für die geplante und die ungeplante Nachfolge gebeten. Die Unternehmer, die ihr Unternehmen übernommen haben, wurden zu den Modalitäten der Übernahme befragt.

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    Paper provided by Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn in its series IfM-Materialien with number 216.

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    Date of creation: 2012
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