Sample records for KAPITALKOSTEN (capital costs)
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What kind of shock was it?: regional integration and structural change in Germany after unification

Burda, Michael C.

Eastern Germany's recovery from the unification shock has been characterized by deep structural change - with apparent repercussions for the West as well - and an integration process involving both capital deepening (extensive and intensive investment) and labor thinning (net out-migration). I propo...

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What kind of shock was it? : Regional integration and structural change in Germany after unification

Burda, Michael C.

Eastern Germany?s recovery from the ?unification shock? has been characterized by deep structural change – with apparent repercussions for the West as well – and an integration process involving both capital deepening (extensive and intensive investment) and labor thinning (net out-migration). I pro...

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Training in small business retailing: testing human capital theory

Gutiérrez, Juan Antonio Trespalacios; Barcala, Marta Fernández; Pérez, María José Sanzo
1999-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Non-Linearities in the Expansion of Capital Stock

Pfann, Gerard; Letterie, Wilko; Verick, Sher

The empirical identification of non-linearities in investment relies on how investment is assumed to be separated into various regimes. Using German establishment-level panel data, we estimate a two-regime model of replacement and expansion investment which allows us to observe regime separation, an...

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Investeringar i kommunal infrastruktur: Förutsättningar för en målfokuserad investeringsverksamhet

Fjertorp, Jonas

Capital assets in local infrastructure constitute an overbearing concern for society, with the generation of benefits for the population being its prime purpose. Nevertheless, the conditions for the capital investment activities within local governments are diffuse. Which different kinds of investme...

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Dynamic Q-investment functions for Germany using panel balance sheet data and a new algorithm for the capital stock at replacement values

Bellgardt, Egon; Behr, Andreas

The paper explores the investment behaviour of German firms in the context of the Qapproach, which plays a dominant role in empirical investment research. The analysis is based on the Deutsche Bundesbank's corporate balance sheet statistics. The panel data set contains some 2,300 German firms' balan...

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Demand-driven logistics from a packaging perspective

Nilsson, Fredrik; Pålsson, Henrik

During the last decade there has been a shift of focus from supply management towards demand management in logistics literature and practice. This article sets out to investigate what impact such a shift has on logistics, especially from a packaging perspective. An extensive literature review has be...

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Debt financing and sharp currency depreciations: wholly vs. partially owned multinational affiliates

Hebous, Shafik; Weichenrieder , Alfons

This paper provides empirical evidence on two potential costs of shared ownership of German affiliates abroad. First, in periods of currency crises, wholly-owned affiliates, in contrast to partially-owned affiliates, seem to circumvent financial constraints by accessing capital from their parent com...

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Alcohol Use in Swedish Halls of Residence

Ståhlbrandt, Henrietta

In the year 2000, the alcohol habits of 1460 Swedish university students living in residence halls were assessed. The students had a mean age of 23.8 years, and 64% were male. The results from this baseline assessment show that the mean AUDIT score (± sd) was 10.3 ± 5.2 for males and 8.1 ± 4.7 for f...

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Lau, M. I.; Poutvaara, P.; Wagener, A.

We propose a dynamic general-equilibrium model with human capital accumulation to evaluate the economic consequences of compulsory services (such as military draft or social work). Our analysis identifies a so far ignored dynamic cost arising from distortions in time allocation over the life cycle. ...

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