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Klima und Umwelt, Regionen, Europa

Developing low carbon port potential: Cost benefit & carbon footprint analyses

20.11.2018 | HWWI Policy Paper 111 | von Malte Jahn, Jan Wedemeier

Cost benefit analysis (CBA) is a systematic approach to compare the costs and bene-fits of alternatives, e.g. a decision between the construction or non-construction of a traffic light, in order to assess the welfare change. The purpose of a CBA is to facilitate a more efficient allocation of resources, mainly in terms of investments decisions. In order to assess the...


Europa, Regionen, Innovation

Identification of needs related to increase of innovativeness of internationalisation among SMEs - Aggregated report

16.11.2018 | Gutachten und Studien | von Andree Ehlert, Mirko Kruse, Jan Wedemeier


Arbeit, Europa

Gender pay gap in EU countries based on SES (2014)

02.11.2018 | Gutachten und Studien | von Christina Boll, Andreas Lagemann

Gender gaps in wages are an important facet of wage inequality and belong to the best documented facts in labour economics. The literature has produced an extensive set of theories helping to explain the persistence of the phenomenon. With this study, we update existing figures on the gender pay gap in EU countries based on the Structure of Earnings Survey (EU-SES) for...


Branchen und Wirtschaftszweige, Digitalisierung, Regionen, Europa

GoSmart Baltic Sea Region supports EU Innovation Union

28.09.2018 | HWWI Update Special edition | von Isabel Sünner

The GoSmart project aims at boosting transnational cooperation among industry, the research & development sector, and authorities in employing smart specialisation strategies especially in catching-up regions in the eastern parts of the Baltic Sea Region.


Regionen, Branchen und Wirtschaftszweige, Europa

DUAL Ports – On course to sustainable, low carbon regional ports

28.09.2018 | HWWI Update Special edition | von Malte Jahn

The INTERREG project DUAL Ports is concerned with the development of innovative ways to reduce the carbon emissions in and around small and medium-sized entrepreneurial ports in the North Sea Region.



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