5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (5) Topics Digitalization (3) Companies (2) Europe (2) Germany (2) Growth (2) Innovation (2) Labor Market (2) USA (2) China (1) Economic & Financial Crises (1) Foreign Direct Investments (1) Globalization (1) International Trade (1) Show more Publicationtype Brief (3) Policy Article (3) Working Paper (1) Units Forecasting Center (5) Special Topics (5) Digitalization, Participation, Exclusion (1) Knowledge Creation and Growth (1) Experts Dirk Dohse (5) Claus-Friedrich Laaser (2) Jörg-Volker Schrader (2) Rüdiger Soltwedel (2) Aoife Hanley (1) Christoph Trebesch (1) Eckhardt Bode (1) Frank Bickenbach (1) Gabriel Felbermayr (1) Holger Görg (1) Julian Vehrke (1) Rainer Schweickert (1) Stefan Kooths (1) Wolfgang Lechthaler (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Units: Forecasting Center Experts: Dirk Dohse Remove all filters Policy Article National policy to promote international R & D cooperations using the example of InterSpiN (in German) 10.12.2017 Kiel Policy Brief No. 111: The authors analyse whether the German initiative “InterSpiN” is an appropriate policy tool to enhance Germany’s technological competitiveness by Policy Article Adjustment After the Crisis − Will the Financial Sector Shrink and Entrepreneurship Boom? 05.10.2009 Kiel Policy Brief No. 12 Publication Spatial structural change in the Internet era – an investigation of the spatial consequences of the advancement of the Internet as a transaction device (original publication in German) 01.01.2004 The growing use and development of the Internet is a hallmark of modern information society. Working Paper Spatial structures in the internet era – Death of Distance? An empirical analysis (original publication in German) 01.01.2005 Policy Article Time for a new Industrial Policy? (in German) 05.03.2019 Kiel Policy Brief No. 122: In their paper, the authors warn of a new trend towards autarky under the catchword of "technology sovereignty", which jeopardizes the benefits of globalization.