ifh Working Papers

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2021

Matthies, E., Haverkamp, K., Thomä, J. & Bizer, K.:
Does initial vocational training foster innovativeness at the company level? Evidence from German establishment data. ifh Working Papers (No. 30). Göttingen 2021.
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Runst, P. & Höhle, D.:
Quasi-Carbon Taxation - The German Eco Tax and Its Impact on CO2 Emissions. ifh Working Papers (No. 29). Göttingen 2021.
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Feser, D., Winkler-Portmann, S., Bischoff, T. S., Bauknecht, D., Bizer, K., Führ, M., Heyen, D. A., Proeger, T., von der Leyen, K. & Vogel, M.:
Institutional conditions for the up-take of governance experiments – A comparative case study. ifh Working Papers (No. 28). Göttingen 2021.
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2020

Alhusen, H.:
Experience-based know-how, learning and innovation in German SMEs. An explorative analysis of the role of know-how in different modes of innovation. ifh Working Papers (No. 27). Göttingen 2020.
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Bäumle, P., Bizer, K. & Proeger, T.:
Kooperationsstrukturen für die Regionalentwicklung – Erfahrungen aus Südniedersachsen. ifh Working Papers (No. 26). Göttingen 2020.
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Thonipara, A., Sternberg, R., Proeger, T. & Haefner, L.:
Assessing the 'Digital Divide' and its Regional Determinants: Evidence from a Web-Scraping Analysis. ifh Working Papers (No. 25). Göttingen 2020.
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Runst, P. & Thomä, J.:
Does Personality Matter? Small Business Owners and Modes of Innovation. ifh Working Papers (No. 24). Göttingen 2020.
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Alhusen, H., Bennat, T., Bizer, K., Cantner, U., Horstmann, E., Kalthaus, M., Proeger, T., Sternberg, R. & Töpfer, S.:
Measuring the ‘doing-using-interacting mode’ of innovation in SMEs - a qualitative approach. ifh Working Papers (No. 23). Göttingen 2020.
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2019

Bauknecht, D., Bischoff, T., Bizer, K., Heyen, D., Führ, M., Gailhofer, P., Proeger, T. & Von der Leyen, K.:
Exploring the pathways: Regulatory experiments for Sustainable Development – an interdisciplinary approach. ifh Working Papers (No. 22). Göttingen 2019.
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Alhusen, H. & Bennat, T.:
Innovation Modes in SMEs: Mechanisms integrating STI-Processes into DUI-Mode learning and the role of regional innovation policy. ifh Working Papers (No. 21). Göttingen 2019.
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Runst, P. & Thonipara, A.:
Dosis Facit Effectum. Why the Scope of the Carbon Tax Matters – Evidence from the Swedish Residential Sector. ifh Working Papers (No. 19). Göttingen 2019.
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Meub, L., Runst, P. & von der Leyen, K.:
Can APPealing and more informative bills “nudge” individuals into conserving electricity?. ifh Working Papers (No. 18). Göttingen 2019.
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Thomä, J. & Zimmermann, V.:
Non-R&D, interactive learning and economic performance: Revisiting innovation in small and medium enterprises. ifh Working Papers (No. 17). Göttingen 2019.
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2018

Fredriksen, K. & Runst, P.:
Are estimates of the “natural experiment” in the German crafts sector causal?. ifh Working Papers (No. 16). Göttingen 2018.
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Rupieper, L.K. & Proeger, T.:
Asymmetrische Information auf dem Handwerksmarkt – eine qualitative Analyse. ifh Working Papers (No. 15). Göttingen 2018.
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Runst, P. & Thomä, J.:
Does occupational deregulation affect in-company vocational training? – Evidence from the 2004 Reform of the German Trade and Crafts Code. ifh Working Papers (No. 14). Göttingen 2018.
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Runst, P., Fredriksen, K., Proeger, T., Haverkamp, K. & Thomä, J.:
Ökonomische Effekte der Deregulierung der Handwerksordnung im Jahr 2004. ifh Working Papers (No. 13). Göttingen 2018.
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Thonipara, A., Runst, P., Ochsner, C. & Bizer, K.:
Energy Efficiency of Residential Buildings in the European Union – An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-Country Consumption Patterns. ifh Working Papers (No. 12), Updated version [first published in 2017]. Göttingen 2018.
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Fredriksen, K.:
Does occupational licensing impact incomes? - The German crafts case. ifh Working Papers (No. 11), Updated version [first published in 2017]. Göttingen 2018.
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2017

Runst, P., Thonipara, A., Ochsner, C. & Henger, R.:
Energieeffizienz im europäischen Wohngebäudesektor. ifh Working Papers (No. 10). Göttingen 2017.
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Thomä, J.:
Betriebliche Ausbildungsbeteiligung ‐ eine veränderte Anreizkonstellation durch die Handwerksnovelle 2004?. ifh Working Papers (No. 9). Göttingen 2017.
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Pham, H.D., Runst, P. & Bizer, K.:
Networks and Firm Performance: A Case Study of Vietnamese Small and Medium Enterprises. ifh Working Papers (No. 8). Göttingen 2017.
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Thomä, J.:
DUI mode learning and barriers to innovation - the case of Germany. ifh Working Papers (No. 7). Göttingen 2017.
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Fredriksen, K., Runst, P. & Bizer, K.:
Masterful Meisters? Voluntary Certification and Quality in the German Crafts Sector. ifh Working Papers (No. 3), Updated version [first published in 2016]. Göttingen 2017.
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Runst, P., Thomä, J., Haverkamp, K. & Müller K.:
A replication of ‘Entry regulation and entrepreneurship: a natural experiment in German craftsmanship’. ifh Working Papers (No. 2), Updated version [first published in 2016]. Göttingen 2017.
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2016

Runst, P.:
The Effect of Occupational Licensing Deregulation on Migrants in the German Skilled Crafts Sector. ifh Working Papers (No. 6). Göttingen 2016.
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Müller, K.:
Economic Effects of Deregulation - Using the Example of the Revised Trade and Crafts Code 2004. ifh Working Papers (No. 5). Göttingen 2016.
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Runst, P.:
A comment on the adoption of energy-efficiency-measures within firms - Energy costs and firm heterogeneity. ifh Working Papers (No. 4). Göttingen 2016.
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2015

Feser, D. & Runst, P.:
Energy efficiency consultants as change agents? Examining the reasons for EECs’ limited success. ifh Working Papers (No. 1). Göttingen 2015.
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