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Why more West than East German firms export

Wagner, Joachim

Using unique new data and a recently introduced non-linear decomposition technique this paper shows that the huge difference in the propensity to export between West and East German plants is to a large part due to differences in firm size and human capital intensity.

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Why more West than East German firms export

Wagner, Joachim

Using unique new data and a recently introduced non-linear decomposition technique this paper shows that the huge difference in the propensity to export between West and East German plants is to a large part due to differences in firm size and human capital intensity.

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Why Don't Labor and Capital Flow Between Young and Old Countries?

an de Meulen, Philipp; Calahorrano, Lena

To counter the effects of population aging in rich industrialized countries, raising immigration from and raising capital exports to younger developing countries are often seen as alternative solutions. In this paper, we explicitly account for mobility constraints in the form of immigration restrict...

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When does it hurt? The exchange rate pain threshold for German exports

Belke, Ansgar; Goecke, Matthias; Guenther, Martin

This paper deals with the impact of the $/Euro exchange rate on German exports in the period from 1995Q1 to 2008Q4. Our main aim is to identify pain thresholds for German exporters. We rely on a non-linear model according to which suddenly strong spurts of exports occur when changes of the EXR go be...

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When does it hurt? The exchange rate pain threshold for German exports

Belke, Ansgar; Goecke, Matthias; Guenther, Martin

This paper deals with the impact of the $/¿ exchange rate on German exports in the period from 1995Q1 to 2008Q4. Our main aim is to identify pain thresholds for German exporters. We rely on a non-linear model according to which suddenly strong spurts of exports occur when changes of the EXR go beyon...

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When does it hurt? The exchange rate 'pain threshold' for German exports

Belke, Ansgar; Goecke, Matthias; Guenther, Martin

This paper deals with the impact of the $/€ exchange rate on German exports in the period from 1995Q1 to 2008Q4. Our main aim is to identify 'pain thresholds' for German exporters. We rely on a non-linear model according to which suddenly strong spurts of exports occur when changes of the EXR go bey...

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Unobserved firm heterogeneity and the size-exports nexus : evidence from German panel data

Wagner, Joachim

This paper starts from the stylized fact that firm size and exporting tends to be positively related. Using large sets of establishment panel data for three different industries from official statistics evidence is presented that the familiar picture of an export/sales ratio that ceteris paribus inc...

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True Versus Spurious State Dependence in Firm Performance: The Case of West German Exports

Kaiser, Ulrich; Kongsted, Hans Christian

This paper analyzes the persistence of firms' exporting behavior in a panel of West German manufacturing firms. Dynamic binary choice models allow us to distinguish between true and spurious state dependence in firm performance. Using random effects models as well as a recent fixed effect approach w...

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True Versus Spurious State Dependence in Firm Performance: The Case of West German Exports

Kaiser, Ulrich; Kongsted, Hans Christian

This paper analyzes the persistence of firms' exporting behavior in a panel of West German manufacturing firms. Dynamic binary choice models allow us to distinguish between true and spurious state dependence in firm performance. Using random effects models as well as a recent fixed effect approach w...

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True Versus Spurious State Dependence in Firm Performance : The Case of German Exports

Kaiser, Ulrich; Kongsted, Hans Christian

This paper analyzes the persistence of firms' exporting behavior in a panel of German manufacturing firms using dynamic binary choice models. We distinguish between true and spurious state dependence in exports and apply fixed effects methods that allow us to verify the robustness of our results to ...

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Trade-FDI linkages in a system of gravity equations for German regional data

Mitze, Timo; Alecke, Björn; Untiedt, Gerhard

We analyse the nature of German trade-FDI linkages within the EU27 based on a simultaneous equation gravity approach for imports, exports, in- and outward FDI stocks. We adopt both a Hausman-Taylor (1981) IV approach (3SLS-GMM) and rival non-IV estimation (the system extension to the Fixed Effects V...

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Toward a Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Export Market Development Programs

Williams, G. W.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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The pathological export boom and the bazaar effect: how to solve the German puzzle

Sinn, Hans-Werner

Germany is the laggard of Europe, yet the country is world champion in merchandise exports. The paper tries to solve this theoretical and empirical puzzle by diagnosing a pathological export boom and a bazaar effect . Excessively high wages defended by unions and the welfare state against the for...

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The impact of the 2004 EU-enlargement on enterprise performance and exports of service enterprises in the German eastern border region

Braakmann, Nils; Vogel, Alexander

We consider the impact of the 2004 EU-enlargement on enterprise performance and the exporting behavior of German service enterprises in Germany's eastern border region. Our results from regression adjusted difference-in-differences-estimators combined with matching and panel data from official stati...

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The impact of the 2004 EU enlargement on the performance of service enterprises in Germany’s eastern border region

Braakmann, Nils; Vogel, Alexander

We consider the impact of the 2004 EU enlargement on enterprise performance and the exporting behavior of German service enterprises in Germany’s eastern border region. Our results from regression adjusted difference-in-differences estimators combined with matching and panel data from official stati...

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The Skill Structure of the Export Wage Premium: Evidence from German Manufacturing

Klein, Michael W; Moser, Christoph; Urban, Dieter

We find a significant export wage premium for higher-skilled workers and a significant export wage discount for lower-skilled workers, using a matched employer-employee data set for German manufacturing firms. Estimates suggest that up to one third of the overall skill premia is associated with expo...

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The Role of the Everything But Arms Trade Preferences Regime in the EU Development Strategy

Gradeva, Katerina; Martínez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada

This study examines the effect of the Everything But Arms (EBA) trade preferences regime on exports from African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Least Developed Countries (LDCs) to the European Union (EU). With this aim, an augmented gravity model is estimated for exports from the 79 ACP countries to t...

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The Economic Benefits of giving Aid in terms of Donors Exports

Martínez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada; Nowak-Lehmann D., Felicitas; Klasen, Stephan

This paper uses the gravity model of trade to investigate the link between bilateral and multilateral foreign aid and donor s exports. There are three primary findings from this approach. First, in the long term, the average return, in terms of an increase in the donor s level of goods exports, is a...

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Short-run and long-run comovement of GDP and some expenditure aggregates in Germany, France and Italy

Knetsch, Thomas A.

The paper presents empirical work on short-run and long-run comovement between the German, French and Italian aggregates of private consumption, business investment, exports, imports, GDP, and changes in inventories. In country-specific data sets, cointegration analyses are carried out both to ident...

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Promotion Evaluation With Limited Information

Moulton, K.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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Programs and Challenges in Export Promotion Evaluation

Youde, J. G.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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Productivity and size of the export market evidence for West and East German plants, 2004

Wagner, Joachim

Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality data at the plant level, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship bet-ween productivity and size of the export market for Germany, a leading actor on the world market for manufactured goods. It docu...

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Productivity and size of the export market evidence for West and East German plants, 2004

Wagner, Joachim

Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality data at the plant level, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between productivity and size of the export market for Germany, a leading actor on the world market for manufactured goods. It docum...

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Pricing-to-market or hysteresis? An empirical investigation of German exports

Penkova, Emilia

The paper initiates a new area of research: both concepts of hysteresis and pricing-to-market are simultaneously investigated in relation to German exports into Belgium, France, Italy, UK, Spain and Sweden over the period 1975 to 1994 at 4-digit ISIC level. There is abundant empirical evidence that ...

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Policies for Sustainable Exports

Acharya, S. M.; National Academy of Agricultural Sciences
1999-01-01

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

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On the micro-structure of the German export boom: Evidence from establishment panel data, 1995 - 2002

Wagner, Joachim

This paper uses an unbalanced panel data set for exporting firms from manufacturing industries in one German federal state, Lower Saxony, to investigate the micro-structure of the recent export boom. Looking at data for 1995/96 to 2001/02 it is demonstrated that a considerable number of plants start...

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Oilseed-Production Strategy for Export

Srivastava, J. N. L.; National Academy of Agricultural Sciences
1999-01-01

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

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Marketing and Export of Milk Products

Bhasin, N. R.; National Academy of Agricultural Sciences
1999-01-01

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

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Market Research Evaluation of Generic Product Promotions: The U.S. Wheat/Korean Bakers Case

Branson, R. E.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

66

Market Development Program Evaluation: Satisfying Different Audiences

Conable, D.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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International firm activities and innovation: evidence from knowledge production functions for German firms

Wagner, Joachim

Using a knowledge production framework and a rich set of plant level data this study demonstrates that in Germany firms that are active on international markets as exporters or foreign direct investors do generate more new knowledge than firms which sell on the national market only. These difference...

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International Firm Activities and Innovation: Evidence from Knowledge Production Functions for German Firms

Wagner, Joachim

Using a knowledge production framework and a rich set of plant level data this study demonstrates that in Germany firms that are active on international markets as exporters or foreign direct investors do generate more new knowledge than firms which sell on the national market only. These difference...

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Importance of Evaluating Market Development Efforts in a Global Environment

Thomas, P. J.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

85

How to finance economic development in the new millennium : German capital exports to Asia and the debate on the effectiveness of official development financing

Nunnenkamp, Peter

Germany's role in financing economic development in Asia on a sustainable basis leaves much to be desired. Direct investors are still underrepresented in the region. Commercial banks have fueled speculative bubbles. Official development financing does not appear to be based on efficiency-related cri...

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How strong is the impact of exports and other demand components on German import demand? Evidence from euro-area and non-euro-area imports

Stirböck, Claudia

This paper presents a single error-correction analysis of German total, euro-area (intra) and non-euro-area (extra) import demand for the 1980-2004 period and the more recent 1993-2004 period. German import demand is mainly driven by domestic demand and foreign demand for German goods; by contrast, ...

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Higher wages in exporting firms: self-selection, export effect, or both? First evidence from German linked employer-employee data

Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim

While it is a stylized fact that exporting firms pay higher wages than non-exporting firms, the direction of the link between exporting and wages is less clear. Using a rich set of German linked employer-employee panel data we follow over time plants that start to export. We show that the exporter w...

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Higher wages in exporting firms: self-selection, export effect, or both? ; first evidence from German linked employer employee data

Schank, Thorsten; Schnabel, Claus; Wagner, Joachim

While it is a stylized fact that exporting firms pay higher wages than non-exporting firms, the direction of the link between exporting and wages is less clear. Using a rich set of German linked employer-employee panel data we follow over time plants that start to export. We show that the exporter w...

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Higher productivity in importing German manufacturing firms: self-selection, learning from importing, or both?

Vogel, Alexander; Wagner, Joachim

This paper uses a newly available comprehensive panel data set for manufacturing enterprises from 2001 to 2005 to document the first empirical results on the relationship between imports and productivity for Germany, a leading actor on the world market for goods. Furthermore, for the first time the ...

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Higher productivity in importing German manufacturing firms: self-selection, learning from importing, or both?

Vogel, Alexander; Wagner, Joachim

This paper uses a newly available comprehensive panel data set for manufacturing enterprises from 2001 to 2005 to document the first empirical results on the relationship between imports and productivity for Germany, a leading actor on the world market for goods. Furthermore, for the first time the ...

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Higher productivity in importing German manufacturing firms: self-selection, learning from importing, or both?

Vogel, Alexander; Wagner, Joachim

This paper uses a newly available comprehensive panel data set for manufacturing enterprises from 2001 to 2005 to document the first empirical results on the relationship between imports and productivity for Germany, a leading actor on the world market for goods. Furthermore, for the first time the ...

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Has the impact of key determinants of German exports changed? Results from estimations of Germany's intra euro-area and extra euro-area exports

Stahn, Kerstin

The question as to whether changes in the external environment may have caused the importance of key determinants of German exports to shift since the 1990s is addressed by estimating Germany's exports to EMU partner countries (intra exports) and to countries outside the euro area (extra exports). A...

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German exports to the euro area

Stephan, Sabine

The growth of the German economy intrinsically depends on the development of German exports to the euro area, which is by far the biggest market for German products. The paper estimates a structural equation for the export demand from the EMU member countries, which is suitable for both simulations ...

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Generic Promotion and Market Development Concepts: Export Markets

Nichols, J. P.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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Foreign aid and recipient countries' exports: how important are improved bilateral trade relations?

Nowak-Lehmann D., Felicitas; Martínez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada; Cardozo, Adriana; Klasen, Stephan

This paper uses the gravity model of trade to investigate the link between foreign aid and exports in recipient countries and tests for the transmission channels between aid and exports/economic development in developing countries. Most of the theoretical work emphasizes the negative impact of aid o...

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Foreign Agricultural Service Market Development and Trade Overview

Mackie, P.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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Financial Market Imperfections and the impact of exchange rate movements on exports

Berthou, Antoine; Berman, Nicolas

This paper studies the role of financial market imperfections in the way countries' exports react to a currency depreciation. Using quarterly data for 27 developed and developing countries over the period 1990-2005, we show that the impact of a depreciation will be less positive - or even negative -...

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FDI versus cross-border financial services: The globalisation of German banks

Buch, Claudia M.; Lipponer, Alexander

The choice between foreign direct investment (FDI) and exports has been a recurrent theme in the literature on international trade, yet few studies have analysed this choice at the level of the individual firm. This paper uses a new dataset to study the FDI-versus-exports decision for banks. We use ...

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108

Exports, foreign direct investment, and productivity : Evidence from German firm level data

Wagner, Joachim

This paper presents the first empirical test with German establishment level data of a hypothesis derived by Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple in a model that explains the decision of heterogeneous firms to serve foreign markets either trough exports or foreign direct investment: only the more productive f...

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Exports, foreign direct investment and productivity: evidence from German firm level data

Wagner, Joachim

This paper presents the first empirical test with German establishment level data of a hypothesis derived by Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple in a model that explains the decision of heterogeneous firms to serve foreign markets either trough exports or foreign direct investment: only the more productive f...

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Exports versus FDI in German manufacturing: firm performance and participation in international markets

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper tests some of the predictions of recent advances in trade theory that have focused on different trade patterns of firms within the same sector. Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple (2005) develop a model in which innate productivity differences between firms determine the degree of international en...

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Exports versus FDI in German Manufacturing: Firm Performance and Participation in International Markets

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper tests some of the predictions of recent advances in trade theory that have focused on different trade patterns of firms within the same sector. Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple (2005) develop a model in which innate productivity differences between firms determine the degree of international en...

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Exports versus FDI in German Manufacturing : Firm Performance and Participation in International Markets

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper tests some of the predictions of recent advances in trade theory that have focused on different trade patterns of firms within the same sector. Helpman, Melitz and Yeaple (2005) develop a model in which innate productivity differences between firms determine the degree of international en...

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Exports and profitability: first evidence for German manufacturing firms

Fryges, Helmut; Wagner, Joachim

Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality longitudinal data at the enterprise level for Germany, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between exports and profitability. It documents that the positive profitability differential of export...

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Exports and profitability: first evidence for German business services enterprises

Vogel, Alexander; Wagner, Joachim

We use the unique recently released German business services statistics panel to conduct the first comprehensive empirical study on the relationship between exports and profitability for the business services sector. We document a negative profitability differential of services exporters compared to...

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Exports and profitability first evidence for German manufacturing firms

Fryges, Helmut; Wagner, Joachim

Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality longitudinal data at the enterprise level for Germany, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between exports and profitability. It documents that the positive profitability differential of export...

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Exports and profitability : first evidence for German manufacturing firms

Fryges, Helmut; Wagner, Joachim

Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality longitudinal data at the enterprise level for Germany, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between exports and profitability. It documents that the positive profitability differential of export...

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Exports and productivity in the German business services sector: first evidence from the turnover tax statistics panel

Vogel, Alexander

A wide range of empirical studies has analysed the relationship between exports and productivity in the manufacturing sector. By contrast, a detailed investigation of the services sector has remained neglected. To close this gap, this paper provides first evidence about export and productivity in th...

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Exports and Profitability: First Evidence for German Manufacturing Firms

Fryges, Helmut; Wagner, Joachim

Using unique recently released nationally representative high-quality longitudinal data at the enterprise level for Germany, this paper presents the first comprehensive evidence on the relationship between exports and profitability. It documents that the positive profitability differential of export...

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120

Exports and Productivity: An Empirical Analysis of German and Austrian Firm-Level Performance

Hansen, Thorsten

This paper studies the relationship between export activities and firm-level productivity. Unique matching of German and Austrian micro data from 1994 to 2003 suggests that exporters are more productive by around 40 percent compared with non-exporters. Moreover, beside other analysis techniques, ins...

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Exporter performance in the German business services sector: first evidence from the services statistics panel

Vogel, Alexander

A wide range of empirical studies has analysed exporter performance, especially the relationship between exports and productivity in the manufacturing sector. By contrast, a detailed investigation of the services sector has remained largely neglected. To close this gap, this paper focuses on the rel...

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Export entry, export exit, and productivity in German manufacturing industries

Wagner, Joachim

This paper contributes to the flourishing literature on exports and productivity by using a unique newly available panel of exporting establishments from the manufacturing sector of Germany from 1995 to 2004 to test three hypotheses derived from a theoretical model by Hopenhayn (Econometrica 1992): ...

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Export entry, export exit, and productivity in German manufacturing industries

Wagner, Joachim

This paper contributes to the flourishing literature on exports and productivity by using a unique newly available panel of exporting establishments from the manufac-turing sector of Germany from 1995 to 2004 to test three hypotheses derived from a theoretical model by Hopenhayn (Econometrica 1992):...

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Export and innovation activities in the German service sector: empirical evidence at the firm level

Ebling, Günther; Janz, Norbert

In this paper we analyse the relationship between export and innovation activities of German service sector companies using data from the 1997 wave of the Mannheim Innovation Panel in the Service Sector. There is a lot of support for the Schumpeterian hypothesis of export activities being mainly dri...

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Export Promotion by Commodity Checkoff Programs

Spatz, K. J.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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Export Promotion Evaluation: Changing Role and Problems

Wilson, W.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

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Export Intensity and Plant Characteristics : What Can We Learn from Quantile Regression?

Wagner, Joachim

Using quantile regression and a rich cross section data set for German manufacturing plants this paper documents that the impact of plant characteristics on export activities varies along the conditional size distribution of the export/sales ratio.

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Export Behavior and Firm Productivity in German Manufacturing: A Firm-level Analysis

Arnold, Jens Matthias; Hussinger, Katrin

This paper analyses the relationship between firm productivity and export behavior in German manufacturing firms. We examine whether productivity increases the probability of exporting, and assert that there is a causal relationship from high productivity to entering foreign markets, as postulated b...

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Expanding Foreign Demand Through Institutional Innovation: The Case of a Dairy Promotion Program in Korea

Kinnucan, H. W.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

134

Evaluation of Consumer Response to Generic Promotion of Dry Peas in Pakistan

Moore, D. L.; McCracken, V. A.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs
1991-01-01

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

135

Evaluation as Part of Research Role in Commodity Program Management

Gunter, D. L.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

136

Evaluating the Impacts of TEA on Exports to Japan: A Simplified Econometric Approach

Dwyer, M. J.; Flowers, K. K.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs
1991-01-01

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

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Evaluating the Economic Effects of Generic Promotion Programs for Agricultural Exports: Synthesis and Summary

Myers, L. H.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs; United States; Foreign Agricultural Service
1991-01-01

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

140

Eingleichungsmodelle zur Prognose des deutschen Außenhandels

Strauß, Hubert

Sowohl die deutschen Exporte als auch die Importe von Waren und Dienstleistungen weisen im Zeitraum 1974?1999 bezüglich der zugrunde liegenden Aktivitätsvariablen eine langfristige Elastizität von jeweils rund 1,5 auf. Die Langfristelastizität in Bezug auf den realen Außenwert der D-Mark fällt mit r...

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Effects of Export Promotion on Import Demand for U.S. Cotton in the Pacific Rim

Solomon, H.; Kinnucan, H. W.; Northeast Regional Committee on Commodity Promotion Programs
1991-01-01

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

144

Does German development aid promote German exports?

Martínez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada; Nowak-Lehmann D., Felicitas; Klasen, Stephan; Larch, Mario

This paper uses a static and dynamic gravity model of trade to investigate the link between German development aid and exports from Germany to the recipient countries. The findings indicate that in the long run,German aid is associated with an increase in exports of goods that is larger than the aid...

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Does German Foreign Direct Investment Lead to Job Losses at Home?

Temouri, Y.; Driffield, N.L.; International Study Group on Exports and Productivity
2009-01-01

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

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Does German Development Aid Promote German Exports?

Martínez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada; Nowak-Lehmann D., Felicitas; Klasen, Stefan; Larch, Mario

This paper uses a static and dynamic gravity model of trade to investigate the link between German development aid and exports from Germany to the recipient country. The findings indicate that German aid is associated with an increase in exports of goods that is larger than the aid flow, with a poin...

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Die Transformation des Verarbeitenden Gewerbes in Berlin/Brandenburg unter Berücksichtigung der Exporte : eine empirische Analyse mit amtlichen Mikrodaten The transition of the manufacturing industry in Berlin/Brandenburg paying particular consideration to exports : an empirical analyze with official micro data

Mangelsdorf, Stefan

20 Jahre sind mittlerweile vergangen seit die friedliche Protestbewegung zur Abdankung des alten Regimes der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik führte. Im darauf folgenden Jahre kam es zur Wiedervereinigung der beiden deutschen Staaten. Der anschließende Transformationsprozess ist aufgrund der besond...

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Declining export prices due to increased competition from NIC: evidence from Germany and the CEEC

Gundel, Sebastian

In this paper the export demand and supply of German manufacturing industry is estimated for the period 1993:1 through 2005:4. The Johansen (1991, 1994) procedure is applied to estimate the long-run relationship in a VECM. Special attention is pointed on the development of the German export price be...

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Animal Products for Home and Abroad

Ranjhan, S. K.; National Academy of Agricultural Sciences
1999-01-01

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

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Aid and Trade from a Donors Perspective

Nowak-Lehmann D., Felicitas; Martínez-Zarzoso, Inmaculada; Klasen, Stephan; Herzer, Dierk

Aid is given for various purposes. Its impact on donors exports usually depends on whether it is given for altruistic reasons (to overcome human tragedies and disasters) or in an understanding to promote development (to finance infrastructure or social projects). As to humanitarian aid the impact o...

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A structural model of exports versus affiliates production

Kleinert, Jörn; Toubal, Farid

We derive and estimate an econometric model of export versus foreign production using firm-level data on foreign activities of German multinationals. Proximity-concentration theory which we derive our model from shows that firms face a trade-off between concentrating their production at home to save...

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