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Michael Bahrke / Hanno Kempermann / Katharina Schmitt IW-Trends No. 1 26. January 2016 Results of the IW's 2016 Regional Ranking: Prepared for Great Challenges

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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Prepared for Great Challenges
Michael Bahrke / Hanno Kempermann / Katharina Schmitt IW-Trends No. 1 26. January 2016

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

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

One explanation for diverging regional developments lies in the innovation activities, internationalization and interconnectedness of regions. According to IW's 2016 regional ranking, the automotive locations of Wolfsburg, Dingolfing-Landau and Ingolstadt are the most dynamic regions due to their innovativeness and economic strength. But furthermore, these regions also have a high performance level. The IW regional ranking, which takes account of the level and development of economic performance, can provide important information on the varying strong points of regions, and thus on their potential for coping with current challenges, as for instance integrating refugees.

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Prepared for Great Challenges
Michael Bahrke / Hanno Kempermann / Katharina Schmitt IW-Trends No. 1 26. January 2016

Michael Bahrke / Hanno Kempermann / Katharina Schmitt: Große Unterschiede in der Leistungsfähigkeit – Ergebnisse des IW-Regionalrankings 2016

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