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  • SOEPpapers 1167 / 2022

    Longitudinal Bidirectional Associations between Personality and Becoming a Leader

    Objective: Leaders differ in their personalities from non- leaders. However, when do these differences emerge? Are leaders “born to be leaders” or does their personality change in preparation for a leadership role and due to increasing leadership experience? Method: Using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel Study, we examined personality differences between leaders (N = 2683 leaders, women: n ...

    2022| Eva Asselmann, Elke Holst, Jule Specht
  • DIW Wochenbericht 40 / 2021

    Keine Angst vor Klimapolitik! Sonst drohen der Wirtschaft Gefahren: Kommentar

    2021| Karsten Neuhoff
  • Brown Bag Seminar Industrial Economics

    Venture Capital in Diabetes: A Yes to Big Hits, a No to Competition

    Venture capital (VC) is often seen as an instrumental tool that allows many start-ups to pursue innovation with the potential to shake-up current markets and/or to replace incumbents. Using a highly granular, project-level dataset from preclinical diabetes R&D, this paper shows that VCs actively steer the direction of R&D and streamline activities of research focused firms (pipeline firms)...

    02.07.2021| Jan Málek, DIW Berlin and KU Leuven
  • Blog Marcel Fratzscher

    Das Impfdesaster, an dem wir alle Mitschuld tragen

    Dieser Text erschien am 6.1.2021 als Gastbeitrag im SPIEGEL. Die EU hat bei der Planung der Impfkampagne einiges richtig gemacht – und einen entscheidenden, leider aber fast zwangsläufigen Fehler. Dessen Wurzeln liegen tief: in einer völlig verqueren öffentlichen Fehlerkultur. Die hochemotionale Debatte über die schleppende Verteilung von Impfstoffen richtet nachhaltigen Schaden ...

    06.01.2021
  • Externe Monographien

    Intangible Capital and Productivity Divergence

    Understanding the causes of the slowdown in aggregate productivity growth is key to maintaining the competitiveness of advanced economies and ensuring long-term economic prosperity. This paper is the first to provide evidence that investment in intangible capital, despite having a positive effect on productivity at the micro level, is a driver of the weak productivity performance at the aggregate level ...

    Tilburg: Tilburg University, 2022, 69 S.
    (TILEC Discussion Paper ; 2022-07)
    | Marie Le Mouel, Alexander Schiersch
  • Pressemitteilung

    Hohe Preise für Kupfer, Lithium, Nickel und Kobalt könnten Energiewende ausbremsen

    Studie am DIW Berlin geht Frage nach, wie sich die Energiewende auf die Preise bestimmter Metalle auswirken könnte – Preise dürften in Szenario auf historische Niveaus klettern – Energiewende würde sich verteuern und verzögern - Global koordinierte Klimapolitik könnte gegensteuern und Planungssicherheit für Metallproduzenten schaffen Die Energiewende kann ...

    26.01.2022
  • Diskussionspapiere 1987 / 2021

    Competitors’ Reactions to Big Tech Acquisitions: Evidence from Mobile Apps

    Since 2010, Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Microsoft (GAFAM) have acquired more than 400 companies. Competition authorities did not scrutinize most of these transactions and blocked none. This raised concerns that GAFAM acquisitions target potential competitors yet fly under the radar of current merger control due to the features of the digital economy. We empirically study the competitive effects ...

    2021| Pauline Affeldt, Reinhold Kesler
  • Externe Monographien

    A Lasting Crisis Affects R&D Decisions of Smaller Firms: The Greek Experience

    We use the prolonged Greek crisis as a case study to understand how a lasting economic shock affects the innovation strategies of firms in economies with moderate innovation activities. Adopting the 3-stage CDM model, we explore the link between R&D, innovation, and productivity for different size groups of Greek manufacturing firms during the prolonged crisis. At the first stage, we find that the ...

    2022, 23 S.
    (CEPA Discussion Papers ; 49)
    | Ioannis Giotopoulos, Alexander S. Kritikos, Aggelos Tsakanikas
  • Externe Monographien

    A Lasting Crisis Affects R&D Decisions of Smaller Firms: The Greek Experience

    We use the prolonged Greek crisis as a case study to understand how a lasting economic shock affects the innovation strategies of firms in economies with moderate innovation activities. Adopting the 3-stage CDM model, we explore the link between R&D, innovation, and productivity for different size groups of Greek manufacturing firms during the prolonged crisis. At the first stage, we find that the ...

    2022, 23 S.
    (GLO Discussion Paper Series ; 1122)
    | Ioannis Giotopoulos, Alexander S. Kritikos, Aggelos Tsakanikas
  • Externe referierte Aufsätze

    Carbon Contracts-for-difference: How to De-risk Innovative Investments for a Low-carbon Industry?

    The shift to climate neutrality requires new process technologies for energy-intensive industries, such as steel, chemicals, or cement. A variety of technology options exist – but they face the challenges of (i) first-of-kind costs, (ii) higher operation and investment costs, and (iii) insufficient and uncertain carbon prices, which partly stem from political uncertainty. Existing innovation policy ...

    In: iScience 25 (2022), 8, 104700, 20 S. | Jörn C. Richstein, Karsten Neuhoff
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