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STEM

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Companies in Germany increasingly lack specialists with qualifications in STEM subjects, i.e. science, technology, engineering and mathematics. This has an inhibiting effect on innovation and growth.

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Christina Anger

Dr. Christina Anger

Head of the Research Group Microdata and Method Development

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Enno Kohlisch

Enno Kohlisch

Economist for MINT report and engineering labour market

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Oliver Koppel

Dr. Oliver Koppel

Senior Economist for Innovation and S+E

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Axel Plünnecke

Prof. Dr. Axel Plünnecke

Head of the Research Unit Education, Migration and Innovation

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Ruth Maria Schüler

Dr. Ruth Maria Schüler

Economist for education and political participation

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