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  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Local and Spatial Cointegration in the Wage Curve – a Spatial Panel Analysis for German Regions

    The wage curve introduced by Blanchflower and Oswald (1990, 1994b) postulates a negative correlation between wages and unemployment. Empirical studies use different channels for a theoretical underpinning the relationship. Panel data models mostly draw on bargaining power or the efficiency wage hypothesis. Spatial econometric approaches can be rationalized by monopsonistic competition. However, the ...

    In: Review of Regional Research 38 (2018), 1, S. 53-75 | Reinhold Kosfeld, Christian Dreger
  • DIW Roundup 95 / 2016

    The Dilemma or Trilemma Debate: Empirical Evidence

    One of the central results in international economics is that an economy cannot have at the same time independent monetary policy, free capital flows, and a fixed exchange rate. Over the last few years, however, this so-called Mundell-Flemming ‘trilemma’ has increasingly been challenged. It is argued that given the rising importance and synchronization of capital and credit flows across countries and ...

    2016| Pablo Anaya, Michael Hachula
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    The Link between R&D, Innovation and Productivity: Are Micro Firms Different?

    In: Research Policy 45 (2016), 6, S. 1263-1274 | Julian Baumann, Alexander S. Kritikos
  • Diskussionspapiere 1546 / 2016

    The Link between R&D, Innovation and Productivity: Are Micro Firms Different?

    We analyze the link between R&D, innovation, and productivity in MSMEs with a special focus on micro firms with fewer than 10 employees; usually constituting the majority of firms in industrialized economies. Using the German KfW SME panel, we examine to what extent micro firms are different from other firms in terms of innovativeness. We find that while firms engage in innovative activities with smaller ...

    2016| Julian Baumann, Alexander S. Kritikos
  • Externe Monographien

    The Link between R&D, Innovation and Productivity: Are Micro Firms Different?

    We analyze the link between R&D, innovation, and productivity in MSMEs with a special focus on micro firms with fewer than 10 employees; usually constituting the majority of firms in industrialized economies. Using the German KfW SME panel, we examine to what extent micro firms are different from other firms in terms of innovativeness. We find that while firms engage in innovative activities with smaller ...

    Bonn: IZA, 2016, 44 S.
    (Discussion Paper Series / Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit ; 9734)
    | Julian Baumann, Alexander S. Kritikos
  • Productivity and Factors of Production in Germany: Calculations for 31 Manufacturing Industries 1991 - 2000

    2002| Bernd Görzig, Joachim Schintke, Manfred Schmidt
  • Productivity and Factors of Production in Germany: Calculations for 31 Manufacturing Industries 1991 - 2001

    2002| Bernd Görzig, Joachim Schintke, Manfred Schmidt
  • Externe Monographien

    Measuring the Productivity of the Healthcare Sector: Theory and Implementation

    This paper begins with a review of methodology for measuring outputs and inputs in the Healthcare sector. It then reviews data availability in International Sources followed by a more extensive review for five countries, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Spain and the United Kingdom.

    Birmingham [u.a.]: INDICSER, 2011, 17 S.
    (INDICSER Review Paper ; 5)
    | Antonia Huttl, Matilde Mas, Agnes Nagy, Guldem Okem, Mary O'Mahony, Erika Schulz, Lucy Stokes
  • Externe Monographien

    Intangible Capital, Risk and Interindustry Differences in Rates of Return: Evidence from Germany

    Researchers have found plenty of evidence that profit rates vary considerably across industries, particularly in the service sector (or: particularly between manufacturing and sector sectors). We analyze the persistence and the determinants of rate of return differences among the sectors of the German economy. Our analysis proceeds in two stages. In the first stage, we investigate the persistence of ...

    Birmingham [u.a.]: INDICSER, 2012, 22 S.
    (INDICSER Discussion Paper ; 21)
    | Bernd Görzig, Martin Gornig, Axel Werwatz
  • Refereed essays Web of Science

    Intangibles, Can They Explain the Dispersion in Return Rates?

    It is proven that the observed return rates on capital have an upward bias if firms are producing with unobserved intangible capital. Using a comprehensive firm level database for Germany, this theoretical preposition is supported empirically. Furthermore, by making unobserved intangible capital observable, dispersion in return rates is dramatically reduced. The results support the assumption that ...

    In: The Review of Income and Wealth 59 (2013), 4, S. 648-664 | Bernd Görzig, Martin Gornig
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