Rising from the ruins: innovation in the five new German Lander
by Peter Voss, Norbert Schepanski
International Journal of Technology Management (IJTM), Vol. 9, No. 8, 1994

Abstract: The transition from a planned to a market economy is confronting the population of the new German Lander with a formidable challenge. The transition cannot be effected simply by 'restoring the ruins': a complete reconstruction is necessary. It requires a shift in political objectives: rather than harmonisation of conditions between East and West, the courage to 'be different' should form the basis for innovations in the new German Lander.

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