VC Investors Increase Growth, Productivity, as Well as Investment and Innovation PerformanceFamily Businesses Create a Lot of New JobsClimate Change: On the Relationship Between Knowledge, Risk Perception, and InsuranceTaking the Lead in Innovation - Successful Internationalisation of German ICT CompaniesQuestions & Answers: Rating Agency Reform Is Needed UrgentlyInnovation in the German...
Strong National Fiscal Rules Help Keeping Risk Premiums for Government Bonds at Lower LevelsVideo Games Contribute to Crime Rate ReductionTraining of Older People Often less EffectiveChanges in the European Emissions Trading Scheme – A Challenge for Regulated CompaniesA Global Regulatory Regime for Financial Markets? That’s Wishful ThinkingThe Contribution of Wind Power Towards Germany’s Future...
Large Scale Infrastructure Projects in the Alps – A Mixed Scorecard for Freight TrafficExperts Expect Strong German Stock Market Performance in 2011Generational Transition in German SMEs Proceeding More Smoothly Than AnticipatedInformation and Communication Technologies Set the Stage for InnovationsThe Impact of Party Ideology on Economic GrowthQuestions & Answers: Could China’s Exchange Rate...
Nearly all companies in Germany (98 per cent) have internet access by now. Meanwhile the smaller companies that hesitated before setting up an internet connection three years ago have caught up. - In addition, more and more employees have internet access at their workplaces: at the end of 2004, only 48 per cent of the employees were connected to the World Wide Web, today more than half of all...
What Price Does Europe Pay for Climate Protection?Number of Start-ups in the Hightech Sector StabilisesRelative Age in First Grade Influences Pupils' Long-Term PerformanceGermany Faces New Competitors in Worldwide Technological CompetitionThe Acquisition and Return of Skills in the Life CyclePsychology, Growth and ReformsZEW Summer Workshop 2007: The Economics of Information and Communication...
German Firms Head Innovation in the EUZEW Survey: Little Monetary Policy Scope for Deflating Asset Price BubblesRussia's Role in EU Emissions TradingPortfolio Transactions on Europe's Real Estate MarketLittle Satisfaction from German Positioning in ICTFiscal Policy Challenges in EuropeResults of the Financial Market Survey in April 2007
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Spending Reforms in OECD CountriesIPOs of Innovative CompaniesEU Emissions Trading: International Linkage Offers only Modest BenefitsSelf-Employment on the Wane in EuropeWorld Congress of Environmental and Resource EconomistsICT and Firm StrategiesResults of the Survey in November 2006
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Recent Tax Reforms Increase Tax Attractiveness of New Member StatesChange in ZEW’s Commercial AdministrationResearch Promotion in Europe: Collaborations Promise SuccessOECD Tax Ratios are the Wrong Measures for Investment DecisionsEducation and Wage Inequality in EuropeThe Economics of Information and Communication TechnologiesResults of the Survey in October 2004
New EU Member States: Effective Tax Burdens Lower Compared to GermanyCompatibility of Work and Motherhood Still Poor in GermanyExport Success of Innovators Depends on Domestic CustomersICT: Germany Still Has Catching-Up to DoEconomic Development in German IT-Related Services Improves FurtherBlueprint Conference: Demand for Visions in Innovation and Environmental PoliciesResults of the Survey in...
Firm Formations in GermanyOutsourcing of ICT-ServicesEmployment in the German Financial SectorCorporate Taxation in EuropeEcological Tax Reform: Good Idea, Bad ImplementationZEW Financial Market TestPublications