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Authors: 
Siebe, Thomas
Year of Publication: 
2013
Citation: 
[Journal:] Wirtschaftsdienst [ISSN:] 1613-978X [Publisher:] Springer [Place:] Heidelberg [Volume:] 93 [Year:] 2013 [Issue:] 4 [Pages:] 252-259
Abstract: 
Für den langfristigen Strukturwandel wird erwartet, dass die Dienstleistungen zunehmend an Bedeutung gewinnen. Dies war in Deutschland seit 2000 nicht zu beobachten. Der Exportboom hatte vor allem die Industrie begünstigt. Dass dabei aber auch der Dienstleistungssektor profitieren konnte, zeigt der Autor mit Hilfe einer Simulationsanalyse auf der Basis eines Input-Output-Modells. Auch eine verstärkte Konkurrenz durch Vorleistungsimporte trifft nicht allein die Industrie, sondern komplementär die Dienstleistungen.
Abstract (Translated): 
According to Fourastie's predictions, long-term growth tends to support the service sector. Since the millennium, the service share of production has not changed much, and Germany's competitiveness in international trade clearly has favoured manufacturing rather than the service sector. Two results have to be pointed out: on the one hand, an intra-industry structural change within manufacturing is taking place which favours producers of investment goods and burdens the producers of basic materials - especially metals. Internationalisation of production, on the other hand, means that competing intermediate imports harm the basic material services as well as parts of enterprise-oriented services. In an input-output context, manufacturing and the private service sector are complementary rather than competing.
JEL: 
C67
F17
L16
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Document Type: 
Article

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