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Manuel Fritsch
IW Consult

Manuel Fritsch

Senior Consultant of the IW Consult

Tel: +49 221 4981-728
  • Seit 2011 im IW
  • Geboren 1985 in Köln
  • Studium der Betriebswirtschaftslehre an der Universität zu Köln und der University of California, Los Angeles

IW Publications

Fritsch, Manuel / Schröder, Christoph, 2022, Der Einfluss von Produktionsstörungen auf die Erzeugerpreise in Deutschland, in: IW-Trends, 49. Jg., Nr. 2, S. 117-133
Zur Studie

(in cooperation with Henry Goecke, Andreas Kulpa)
Identifikation von empirischen Unternehmenscharakteristika mittels Machine Learning Verfahren
IW-Report 35/2018

(in cooperation with Berthold Busch, Michael Grömling, Karl Lichtblau, Jürgen Matthes)
Manufacturing in Europe – A growth engine in the global economy
IW-Studien, Schriften zur Wirtschaftspolitik aus dem Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln, 2014

(in cooperation with Hubertus Bardt, Esther Chrischilles, Michael Grömling, Thomas Puls, Klaus-Heiner Röhl)
Zwischen Standortvorteil und Investitionsbedarf
IW-Analysen – Forschungsberichte Nr. 95, Köln 2014

Expertises

(in cooperation with David Bothe, Andrea Lövenich, Jens Perner, Thilo Schaefer)
Synthetische Energieträger – Perspektiven für die deutsche Wirtschaft und den internationalen Handel, 2017
Gutachten im Auftrag des Instituts für Wärme und Oeltechnik, Mittelständische Energiewirtschaft Deutschland e.V. und des Bundesverbandes mittelständische Mineralölunternehmen e.V.

(in cooperation with Hubertus Bardt, Roman Bertenrath, Vera Demary, Michael Grömling, Hans-Peter Klös, Galina Kolev, Rolf Kroker, Karl Lichtblau, Jürgen Matthes, Agnes Millack, Axel Plünnecke, Oliver Stettes)
Digitalisierung, Vernetzung und Strukturwandel – Wege zu mehr Wohlstand
Erster IW-Strukturbericht, 2015

(in cooperation with Hubertus Bardt, Esther Chrischilles, Michael Grömling, Thomas Puls, Klaus-Heiner Röhl)
Infrastruktur zwischen Standortvorteil und Investitionsbedarf
Gutachten 2014

More from Manuel Fritsch

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The impact of disrupted production on producer prices in Germany
IW-Trends No. 2 4. July 2022

The impact of disrupted production on producer prices in Germany

Manuel Fritsch / Christoph Schröder

From 2020 to 2021 the producer prices of manufactured goods in Germany increased by 6 per cent. However, price hikes accelerated during 2021, a development which has continued into 2022.

IW

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Climate Protection Impact and Value-Added Effects of Ramping Up the Production of Electricity-Based Liquid Energy Carriers
Expertise 25. March 2021

Synthetic fuels: potential for Europe

Manuel Fritsch / Thomas Puls / Thilo Schaefer

Synthetic fuels produced from green electricity can make a major contribution to reducing greenhouse gas emissions around the world. Liquid energy carriers produced from renewably generated electricity can be used in combustion engines without impacting the climate.

IW

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Limits of Data Availability and First Estimates
IW-Trends No. 1 15. March 2021

The Digital Economy in Germany

Manuel Fritsch / Karl Lichtblau

For many years now an OECD working group has been developing and coordinating an internationally comparable quantification of the economic effects of digitalization. However, the practical value of this initiative is limited by the nature of the available data.

IW

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Data Availability and Initial Estimates
Expertise 15. March 2021

The Digital Economy in Germany: Data Availability and Initial Estimates

Manuel Fritsch / Karl Lichtblau

In a satellite account, a specific horizontal area of the economy is extracted from the System of National Accounts (SNA) and modelled as a separate product or industry group (satellite). The term “satellite” refers to the chosen subsets of sectors or economic activities in that system.

IW

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The Importance of the Automotive Industry for Germany
IW-Report No. 43 7. September 2020

The importance of the automotive industry for Germany

Thomas Puls / Manuel Fritsch

The German automotive industry can now look back on a golden decade. Between 2008 and 2018 its businesses reached numerous record peaks in sales. The main driver was the strong market growth in China.

IW

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How Data-Driven are Business Models in Germany?
IW-Report No. 9 11. March 2020

How Data-Driven are Business Models in Germany?

Manuel Fritsch / Alevtina Krotova

Data is rapidly becoming one of the most important business resources. A growing number of companies address the question of how they can use data profitably in their business.

IW

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An important contribution to economic and social cohesion
Expertise 12. June 2019

Cross border services in the internal market: An important contribution to economic and social cohesion

Manuel Fritsch / Roman Bertenrath

Over the years, European value chains have become increasingly relevant to employment in the EU. While research on industrial value chains is broadly covered in recent years, the effects of valuechains in European service sectors still needs to be quantified.

IW

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Factory Europe and its Ties in Global Value Chains
Expertise 1. December 2017

Factory Europe and its Ties in Global Value Chains

Manuel Fritsch / Jürgen Matthes

Global value chains have continued to expand over the last few decades. This has made them a central part of many companies’ internationalization strategies and an important facet of globalization.

IW

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EU Partners benefit from Germany's US export success
IW-Kurzbericht 5. October 2017

EU Partners benefit from Germany's US export success

Manuel Fritsch / Galina Kolev / Jürgen Matthes

In the debate of the US current account deficit, Donald Trump focuses his criticism to a large extent on Germany. But in the case of a trade war it would not affect Germany alone. Due to intermediate input linkages, hundreds of thousands of jobs in the EU partner countries depend on the success of German exports to the US.

IW

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Manufacturing in Europe
IW-Studie 15. January 2015

Manufacturing in Europe

Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln / Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln Consult

A growth engine in the global economy

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