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1991 Regionalpolitik in Ostdeutschland: Maßnahmen, Implementationsprobleme und erste ErgebnisseFritsch, Michael; Wagner, Karin; Eckhardt, Carl Friedrich
2002 New firm formation by industry over space and time: a multi-level analysis for GermanyFritsch, Michael; Falck, Oliver
2002 How and why does the efficiency of regional innovation systems differ?Fritsch, Michael
2002 Does R&D-cooperation behavior differ between regions?Fritsch, Michael
2003 New Firm Formation by Industry over Space and Time: A Multi-Level AnalysisFritsch, Michael; Falck, Oliver
2003 Von der innovationsorientierten Regionalförderung zur regionalisierten InnovationspolitikFritsch, Michael
2003 Do regional systems of innovation matter?Fritsch, Michael
2003 Zum Zusammenhang zwischen Gründungen und regionaler EntwicklungFritsch, Michael
2004 The Distribution and Heterogeneity of Technical Efficiency within Industries: An Empirical AssessmentFritsch, Michael; Stephan, Andreas
2004 What Causes Cross-industry Differences of Technical Efficiency? An Empirical InvestigationFritsch, Michael; Stephan, Andreas
2004 The Effect of Industry, Region and Time on New Business Survival - A Multi-Dimensional AnalysisFritsch, Michael; Brixy, Udo; Falck, Oliver
2004 Entrepreneurship, Entry and Performance of New Businesses Compared in two Growth Regimes: East and West GermanyFritsch, Michael
2004 Regionalisierte Innovationspolitik sinnvollFritsch, Michael; Stephan, Andreas; Werwatz, Axel
2004 The Effects of New Business Formation on Regional Development over TimeFritsch, Michael; Mueller, Pamela
2004 Regional Growth Regimes Revisited - The Case of West GermanyFritsch, Michael; Mueller, Pamela
2004 The effect of industry, region and time on new business survival: A multi-dimensional analysisFritsch, Michael; Brixy, Udo; Falck, Oliver
2004 Stimulating the Division of Innovative Labor by Regional Competition for R&D Subsidies – A New Approach in German Innovation PolicyEickelpasch, Alexander; Fritsch, Michael
2004 How large are the direct employment effects of new businesses? An empirical investigationFritsch, Michael; Weyh, Antje
2004 The effect of industry, region and time on new business survival: A multi-dimensional analysisFritsch, Michael; Brixy, Udo; Falck, Oliver
2004 Technologietransfer durch Unternehmensgründungen: Was man tun und realistischerweise erwarten kannFritsch, Michael