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Subventionssysteme und Wettbewerbsbedingungen in der EG: Theoretische Analysen und Fallbeispiele

  • Bothe, Adrian
  • Hilgart, Reinhard
  • Krieger-Boden, Christiane
  • Lammers, Konrad
  • Soltwedel, Rüdiger

Das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft hat das Institut für Weltwirtschaft beauftragt zu untersuchen, wie sich sektorspezifische, regionale und allgemeine Beihilfensysteme auf die Wettbewerbsbedingungen innerhalb der EG auswirken. Das Institut legt hiermit den Endbericht dieser Untersuchung vor. In der vorliegenden Studie werden zunächst Ziele, Ansatzpunkte und Umfang der Subventionspolitik in Belgien, der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Frankreich, Irland, Italien und dem Vereinigten Königreich sowie die Maßnahmen der EG im Rahmen der Beihilfenaufsicht dargestellt. In der anschließenden Analyse wird gezeigt, daß nicht nur die sektoralen Subventionen, sondern auch die regionalen und die allgemeinen Förderungsmaßnahmenden den Wettbewerb auf den Produkt- und Faktormärkten verzerren. Außerdem wird anhand von zwei Fallbeispielen untersucht, wie die staatlichen Hilfen zugunsten der Textilindustrie und des Schiffbaus die Wettbewerbsposition dieser Branchen auf den internationalen Märkten beeinflußt haben.

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Paper provided by Kiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW) in its series Open Access Publications from Kiel Institute for the World Economy with number 446.

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