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Innovationsbarrieren und internationale Standortmobilität: Eine Studie im Auftrag der IG BCE, Chemieverbände Rheinland-Pfalz und der BASF Aktiengesellschaft

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  • Büttner, Thiess
  • Cleff, Thomas
  • Egeln, Jürgen
  • Licht, Georg
  • Metzger, Georg
  • Oberesch, Michael
  • Rammer, Christian
  • Belitz, Heike
  • Edler, Dietmar
  • Engerer, Hella
  • Geishecker, Ingo
  • Schrooten, Mechthild
  • Trabold, Harald
  • Werwatz, Axel
  • Wey, Christian

m Zusammenhang mit möglichen Innovationsbarrieren werden die Themen Innovationen durch Nachfrageimpulse (Lead Markt Deutschland), akademisches Humankapital als Innovationsbasis, die Rolle der staatlichen Regulierung, und die FuEAufwendungen durch die öffentliche Hand analysiert. Die Untersuchung der internationalen Standortmobilität erfolgt anhand der Bereiche Direktinvestitionsaktivitäten, Outsoucing im VerarbeitenGewerbe Deutschlands, die deutsche Position im internationalen FuE-Standortwettbewerb multinationaler Unternehmen und die Unternehmensbesteuerung als Standortfaktor. Diesen Untersuchungen vorangestellt wird eine Betrachtung der gegenwärtigen Außenhandelsstrukturen. Da sie die Erfolge der Unternehmen auf dem Weltmarkt widerspiegelt, ist eine Analyse der Außenhandelsstrukturen sehr gut geeignet den Status Quo der internationalen Wettbewerbsfähigkeit deutscher Unternehmen festzustellen. Diese Betrachtung bildet den Ausgangspunkt der Überlegungen zu Innovationsbarrieren und Standortwanderungen.

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Date of creation: 2006
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  1. Ulph, A. M. & Ulph, D. T., 1994. "Labour markets and innovation: Ex-post bargaining," European Economic Review, Elsevier, vol. 38(1), pages 195-210, January.
  2. Christian Wey, 2004. "Flächentarifsystem fördert Innovationswettbewerb," DIW Wochenbericht, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research, vol. 71(13), pages 147-151.
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  4. Vernon, Raymond, 1979. "The Product Cycle Hypothesis in a New International Environment," Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, Department of Economics, University of Oxford, vol. 41(4), pages 255-267, November.
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