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Enno Kohlisch

Enno Kohlisch

Economist for MINT report and engineering labour market

Tel: +49 221 4981-879
  • Joined the German Economic Institute in 2016
  • Born in 1994 in Oldenburg (Oldb.)
  • Studied Economic at the Universities of Bonn and Cologne

IW Publications

Kohlisch, Enno / Koppel, Oliver / Küper, Malte / Puls, Thomas, 2021, Innovationswandel in der deutschen Kfz-Industrie. Eine Analyse mit der IW-Patentdatenbank, in: IW-Trends, 48. Jg., Nr. 3, S. 68-88
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Wo in Deutschland wohnen Erfinder mit ausländischen Wurzeln?
IW-Kurzbericht 30/2019

(in cooperation with Oliver Koppel, Judith Wojda)
Der Beitrag weiblicher Erfinder zu deutschen Patentanmeldungen
IW-Trends 1/2019

(in cooperation with Oliver Koppel, Daniel Lüke)
Migration und die Innovationskraft Deutschlands
IW-Trends 4/2018

(in cooperation with Sarah Berger, Oliver Koppel)
Deutschlands Hochburgen der Digitalisierung
IW-Kurzbericht 42/2017

(in cooperation with Sarah Berger, Hanno Kempermann, Oliver Koppel, Anja Katrin Orth)
Innovationsatlas 2017 – Wo Deutschlands Ideen entstehen
IW-Analysen–Forschungsberichte Nr. 117, Köln 2017

(in cooperation with Oliver Koppel, Thomas Puls)
Die Patentleistung der deutschen KFZ-Unternehmen
IW-Report 34/2018

Expertises

(in cooperation with Christina Anger, Oliver Koppel, Axel Plünnecke, Ruth Maria Schüler)
MINT-Fruhjahrsreport 2019 – MINT und Innovationen – Erfolge und Handlungsbedarfe
Gutachten für BDA, BDI, Mint Zukunft schaffen und Gesamtmetall, 2019

(in cooperation with Christina Anger, Oliver Koppel, Axel Plünnecke, Ruth Maria Schüler)
MINT-Herbstreport 2018 – MINT: Qualifizierung und Zuwanderung zur Stärkung von Forschung und Digitalisierung
Gutachten für BDA, BDI, Mint Zukunft schaffen und Gesamtmetall, 2018

More from Enno Kohlisch

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Change in Innovation in the German Motor Vehicle Industry
IW-Trends No. 3 14. September 2021

Change in Innovation in the German Motor Vehicle Industry

Enno Kohlisch / Oliver Koppel / Malte Küper / Thomas Puls

Social and political change necessitates corresponding innovations in motor vehicle technology. This paper analyses the nature of current technological progress in Germany’s motor vehicle industry.

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Standards and Innovations
IW-Trends No. 4 26. November 2019

A Patent Analysis: Standards and Innovations

Oliver Koppel / Pauline Pohl / Enno Röben / Philipp Schade

Using the eCl@ss Standard as an Example Innovations are increasingly generated through networked research and cooperation that transcends company, industry and national boundaries.

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An analysis of patent applications in Germany for the years 2005 to 2016
IW-Analyse No. 132 30. October 2019

Automotive Companies as Drivers of Innovation

Oliver Koppel / Thomas Puls / Enno Röben

The present paper uses the IW Patent Database to analyse the patent activity of German companies in the automotive sector. The database covers all patent applications disclosed to the German Patent and Trade Mark Office (DPMA) since 2005.

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The Contribution of Female Inventors to German Patent Applications
IW-Trends No. 1 28. March 2019

The Contribution of Female Inventors to German Patent Applications

Oliver Koppel / Enno Röben / Judith Wojda

Women continue to make only a small, and recently actually diminishing, contribution to patent activity in Germany. In 2016, female inventors accounted for just 4.4 per cent of all national patent applications filed with the German Patent and Trade Mark Office.

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The Contribution of Migration to Germany's Innovative Strength
IW-Trends No. 4 2. January 2019

The Contribution of Migration to Germany's Innovative Strength

Oliver Koppel / Daniel Lüke / Enno Röben

This special analysis of the patent database maintained by the German Economic Institute (IW) examines how migration is contributing to Germany's innovative power. A first name database, enabling a socio-demographic analysis of all inventors living in Germany between 2005 and 2016, was developed specifically for this purpose.

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