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Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 4 / 1999

Deregulation and Regulation in the European Power Market

1999| Martin Kreuzberg, Christoph Riechmann
Weitere Aufsätze

European Merger Control, Political Discretion, and Efficient Market Structures

In: Dennis C. Mueller, Alfred H. Deutsch, Jürgen Weigand , Competition, Efficiency, and Welfare
Dordrecht [u.a.] : Kluwer Academic Publ.
S. 147-172
| Alfred Haid
Externe referierte Aufsätze

Does Germany Have the 'World's Highest Wage Costs'?

In: Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 218 (1999), 5+6, S. 745-752 | Ludger Lindlar, Wolfgang Scheremet
Weitere Aufsätze

State Aid, Industrial Restructuring and Privatisation in the New German Länder: Competition Policy with Case Studies of the Shipbuilding and Synthetic Fibres Industries

In: Europäische Wirtschaft / European Economy (1999), 3, S. 132-160 | Lars-Hendrik Röller, Christian von Hirschhausen
Diskussionspapiere 167 / 1998

Trends in the Internationalisation of R&D: The German Perspective

In this paper we present latest facts about the R&D activities of German multinational companies abroad and R&D activities of foreign companies in Germany. These results confirm that Germany is still an attractive location for R&D activites of multinational companies in many technological fields. However, the internationalisation of R&D is closely linked with the internationalisation of sales and production. ...

1998| Marian Beise, Heike Belitz
Diskussionspapiere 166 / 1998

Does Germany Have the "World's Highest Wage Costs"?

1998| Ludger Lindlar, Wolfgang Scheremet
Economic Bulletin 4 / 1998

European Merger Control: A Bulwark against the Rising Tide of Mergers?

1998| Alfred Haid
Monographien

The Economics and Politics of Transition to an Open Market Economy: Egypt

Paris: OECD, 1998, 229 S.
(Development Centre Studies)
| Dieter Weiss, Ulrich Wurzel
Diskussionspapiere 155 / 1997

Regulatory Reform in the Energy Industry of Post-Soviet Countries: Same Name, Different Content

This paper analyses the issues of regulatory reform in the energy industry of post- Soviet countries. We identify the characteristics of the transformation that these countries go through: it is the introduction of a) a new legal culture and b) a capitalist rationality of production in societies embedded in a post-Soviet institutional context. We identify existing models to which these countries' regulations ...

1997| Thomas W. Wälde, Christian von Hirschhausen
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