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Stratification criteria are the year of establishment, the economic sector and the type of region. The survey is restricted to ‘knowledge-intensive industries’. These cover R&D intensive manufacturing, technology-oriented services such as software, telecommunication and engineering services, and knowledge-intensive services such as management consulting, teaching, research and other producer-oriented services (see Appendix 2). The relevant population contains about 322,000 start-ups, which is about 20 per cent of all start-ups in Germany in the respective period of time.
The most important factor in explaining the location pattern of all start-ups and all research spin-offs is the purchasing power variable. It seems to be the case that the level of regional demand is a very important determinant of the location decision. The main share of research spin-offs belongs to technology-oriented or knowledge-intensive service sectors. Firms in these sectors often serve local or regional demand of manufacturing or other service firms. For the district’s overall level of start-up activity in these sectors the research orientation of the local manufacturing industry is a major determinant.
These cover R&D intensive manufacturing, technology-oriented services such as software, telecommunication and engineering services, and knowledge-intensive services such as management consulting, teaching, research and other producer-oriented services (see Appendix 2). The relevant population contains about 322,000 start-ups, which is about 20 per cent of all start-ups in Germany in the respective period of time. We assume that the vast majority of spin-off activity takes place in knowledge-intensive industries.