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Hubertus Bardt Event 3. June 2022

virtual symposium: Digital Innovation for Decarbonization

Cracking the „twin challenge” of digital and green transformation could have a huge impact on future energy supply and decarbonization. Our experts will show the potentials of digital innovation along the entire value chain, from energy production to a circular economy.

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Digitalisation as a driver of circular economy business models
External Publication 23. May 2022

Circular disruption: Digitalisation as a driver of circular economy business models

Adriana Neligan / Rupert J. Baumgartner / Martin Geissdoerfer / Josef-Peter Schögg in Business Strategy and the Environment

New circular business models can evolve at all stages of the life cycle of a product. Digitalisation can drive disruptive innovations, new business models and novel ways of collaboration and thus can accelerate the economic transition to more resource-efficient and circular production systems.

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Fields of application and success factors
IW-Report No. 28 23. May 2022

HR Analytics: Fields of application and success factors

Andrea Hammermann / Judith Lehr / Alexander Burstedde

In this study, the term HR analytics is used to describe data-based decision-making in HR, whereby the transitions from classic HR controlling to HR analytics, in which various data sources are combined to identify interdependencies and make predictions, are fluid. The study provides an overview of the potential of HR analytics and the success factors for its introduction and use.

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How circular are companies?
IW-Report No. 27 20. May 2022

Circular Business Models: How circular are companies?

Sarah Fluchs / Adriana Neligan / Carmen Schleicher / Edgar Schmitz

On the way to climate neutrality, the transition from a linear economy to a circular economy plays an important role. Resource cycles can be implemented in different ways in companies.

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Integration through professional recognition for refugees from the Ukraine
IW-Report No. 25 19. May 2022

Integration through professional recognition for refugees from the Ukraine

Dirk Werner / Anika Jansen / Sarah Pierenkemper / Helen Hickmann / Maria Garb

Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine has triggered a wave of refugees, in the course of which many Ukrainians have already come to Germany and more are still to come. For the refugees, protection, childcare and family care are priorities.

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A Focus on the Middle Class - Demarcation, Development and Mobility
IW-Trends No. 2 16. May 2022

A Focus on the Middle Class - Demarcation, Development and Mobility

Judith Niehues / Maximilian Stockhausen

In 2018, roughly every second German was a member of the middle class as measured by income, a proportion which has barely changed for more than a decade. However, the lower income threshold of this middle-income group has risen - an indication of increased prosperity.

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The framework companies really need for data sharing
IW-Policy Paper No. 2 16. May 2022

The Data Act: The framework companies really need for data sharing

Vera Demary

On February 23, 2022, the European Commission presented a proposal for the Data Act. This regulation is intended to regulate access to and use of data in the European Union in the future.

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an Analysis Based on the Socio-Economic-Panel (SOEP)
IW-Trends No. 1 14. May 2022

Children with Non-German-Speaking Parents: an Analysis Based on the Socio-Economic-Panel (SOEP)

Wido Geis-Thöne

Children whose parents lack a good command of German are at a clear disadvantage in the German education system. A dedicated analysis of the Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP) shows that, in 2019, for 10.5 per cent of children under 16 at least one parent, and for 5.2 per cent both parents, were not fluent in German.

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Identification of key transformation professions on the basis of the EU taxonomy
IW-Report No. 22 14. May 2022

Identification of key transformation professions on the basis of the EU taxonomy

Finn Arnd Wendland

The economic transformation to carbon neutrality increasingly produces various forms of pressures in different job areas and on the labour market, especially in energy- and emission-intensive manufacturing industries.

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Evidence from voting on same-sex marriage
External Publication 10. May 2022

Rewarding conservative politicians?: Evidence from voting on same-sex marriage

Björn Kauder / Niklas Potrafke in Public Choice

We ask whether voters rewarded conservative politicians who voted in favor of same-sex marriage. The evidence is based on a rollcall vote in the German national parliament (Bundestag) in June 2017.

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