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Hanno Kempermann
IW Consult

Hanno Kempermann

Researcher of the IW Consult

Tel: +49 221 4981-735

Expertises

(in cooperation with Alexander Burstedde, Barbara Engels, Wido Geis, Matthias Niendorf, Thomas Puls, Klaus-Heiner Röhl, Christopher Thiele)
Die Zukunft des Ruhrgebiets – Wirtschaftliche Lage und Potenziale des größten deutschen Ballungsraumes
Gutachten für die Landesvereinigung der Unternehmensverbände NRW (unternehmer nrw), 2018

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Results of the IW Regional Ranking 2020
IW-Trends No. 2 4. June 2020

Rural Regions in Germany: Results of the IW Regional Ranking 2020

Vanessa Hünnemeyer / Hanno Kempermann

Rural regions have historically played an important role in securing Germany’s prosperity and growth. It is here that a significant number of the country’s hidden champions are to be found, inconspicuous manufacturers whose innovativeness and high-quality production are nonetheless the hallmark of the German business model.

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Innovative Milieus at Firm Level
IW-Trends No. 3 24. October 2019

Innovative Milieus at Firm Level

Hanno Kempermann / Pauline Pohl

Successful innovation and the inputs it requires are not evenly distributed across the German business landscape. Instead, firms are spread across a number of innovative milieus which differ in their innovative inputs and outputs, and which allow the German innovation landscape to be subdivided into characteristic types.

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Digital Regions in Germany
IW-Trends No. 1 11. April 2018

Digital Regions in Germany

Hanno Kempermann / Agnes Millack

The digital transformation is not only revolutionising the world of business but also affecting geographical developments. Picking up on this trend, the thematic focus of this year's IW Regional Ranking is on the digital prospects of Germany’s various regions.

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Innovationsatlas 2017
IW-Analyse No. 117 24. July 2017

Innovationsatlas 2017

Sarah Berger / Hanno Kempermann / Oliver Koppel / Anja Katrin Orth / Enno Röben

In Germany, there is a close link between R & D expenditures and employment of STEM graduates to successful patent applications. This chain of effects can be shown to exist both at the federal and regional level. Furthermore, virtually every indicator of innovation-related power exhibits a considerable southnorth, west-east, and urban-rural divide.

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Prepared for Great Challenges
IW-Trends No. 1 26. January 2016

Results of the IW's 2016 Regional Ranking: Prepared for Great Challenges

Michael Bahrke / Hanno Kempermann / Katharina Schmitt

The aftermath of the financial market crisis in 2009 had a substantial but differing impact on Germany's regions due to their structural differences.

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Regions in Competition
IW-Trends No. 1 25. March 2014

Regions in Competition

Michael Bahrke / Hanno Kempermann

The Results of the IW Regional Ranking

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Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation
IW-Trends No. 1 25. March 2012

Definition and Measurement of Hybrid Value Creation

Hanno Kempermann / Karl Lichtblau

Hybrid business models are successful. Companies which offer solutions bundling manufactured products and services are well endowed with success factors and achieve better growth in turnover and employment than the average of German companies. Despite this, hybrid models are not widespread. To date only 16 per cent of all companies have a hybrid character. One reason for this is the obstacles hybrid companies face. They must deploy more resources and master a higher level of complexity. Nevertheless, these companies are convinced that the benefits outweigh the drawbacks. Thus in five years a fifth of all companies in Germany are expected to be pursuing the hybrid model.Download | PDF

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