Daten und Fakten
In der Reihe "Daten und Fakten" werden thematisch unterschiedliche Statistiken ausgewertet sowie verschiedene statistische Quellen in Bezug auf die Erfassung des Mittelstands analysiert.
Facts and figures | 2019 Business start-ups by women - current developments
Women have always been underrepresented in the founding process in Germany. This under-representation has recently increased again.
Facts and figures | 2019 Sub-Saharan Africa and foreign trade activities of German SME
This study investigates the economies of the sub-Saharan States in Africa, which account for only 2% of the world GDP. Using statistical data, it is analyzed whether German companies have successfully established business relationships in this region.
Facts and figures | 2018 The employment and income situation of Young Women MINT Professionals in medium-sized companies
This study analyzes the employment and income situation of Young Women MINT Professionals (YWMP) in medium-sized companies. It shows that YWMPs are strongly underrepresented, slightly less so in micro and large enterprises than in small and medium-sized enterprises
Facts and figures | 2018 Regional analysis of start-up activities in North Rhine-Westphalia - 2015 to 2017
The IfM Bonn has analyzed the founding events in the economic regions of North Rhine-Westphalia by means of special evaluations of the trade advertisement statistics and information from the tax authorities.
Facts and figures | 2018 Business start-ups by foreign citizens: Update 2018
Foreigners have played a significant role in shaping the business start-up process in both Germany and North Rhine-Westphalia between 2007 and 2016. Foreign founders have played a particularly important role in the commercial sector.
Facts and figures | 2018 The use of bankruptcy reorganisation channels by small and medium-sized enterprises - the example of self-administration
With the introduction of the ESUG, Germany's insolvency law was reformed in 2012. The ESUG opens up new reorganization paths, e.g. the self-administered protective shield procedure before insolvency and self-administration during the opening proceedings.
Facts and figures | 2018 Company successions in Germany 2018 to 2022
Due to a lack of official statistics, the IfM Bonn has been estimating the number of companies in Germany that are about to be handed over since the mid-1990s. The present estimate for the period 2018 to 2022 concludes that about 150,000 companies with about 2.4 million employees are about to be handed over.
Facts and figures | 2017 Internationalization of small and medium-sized enterprises in the service sector in the light of (official) statistics
Germany's trade in services has increased considerably since 2001. The extent to which SMEs in the service sector participate in trade in services has been unclear to date.
Facts and figures | 2016 Information and data sources on the financing structures of medium-sized companies
In the discussion about the financing or equity capitalization of medium-sized companies, the possibilities for borrowing, new forms of financing and thus the changing framework conditions for lending to small and medium-sized companies are currently coming to the fore. In this context, various institutions publish, sometimes regularly, corresponding study results and key figures (reports).
Facts and figures | 2015 Business start-ups by foreign citizens
Foreigners have increasingly influenced the process of business start-ups in both Germany and North Rhine-Westphalia between 2004 and 2014. Foreign founders have played a particularly important role in the commercial sector.
Facts and figures | 2014 The suitability of the Taxpayer Panel for identifying self-employed and start-ups
On the basis of the income tax data, information on self-employed persons and start-ups can be determined according to type of activity. By 2007, the number of people with self-employed activities had risen to 6.8 million. Of these, around one million are pensioners/retired persons (additional income) and 2 million are part-time self-employed.
Facts and figures | 2013 Foreign trade activities of small and medium-sized enterprises: Information possibilities of official statistics
Official statistics record the foreign trade activities of German companies incompletely, both in terms of the various forms of foreign involvement and their volumes.
Facts and figures | 2013 Foreign trade activities of small and medium-sized enterprises in the light of official statistics
International trade in goods and services is of great importance for German SMEs. Exports and imports have tended to increase over the last decade, as has the number of internationally active companies.
Facts and figures | 2013 Freelance business start-ups in Germany in 2012
On the basis of data from the tax office, the number of start-ups in the liberal professions was determined approximately for the first time. In 2012, about 82,000 start-ups were registered by freelancers.
Facts and figures | 2013 Development of the liberal professions in North Rhine-Westphalia and its regions between 2002 and 2011
An adequate supply of professional services is essential for a functioning economy and society. From a regional policy perspective, it is therefore highly desirable to establish freelance branches in all regions.
Facts and figures | 2013 Foreign sales of freelance industries using the example of architects - a comparison of different data sources
The statistics relating to the foreign activities of German companies do not permit the clear identification of liberal professions. Complete data for all foreign activities, company sizes or legal forms are not available in any statistics.
Facts and figures | 2012 The importance of small and medium-sized enterprises in energy-intensive industries
The IfM Bonn has examined the development of energy costs in industry for the years 2008 to 2010 and the importance of small and medium-sized energy-intensive industrial companies in 2010.
Facts and figures | 2012 Key figures for medium-sized companies in Eastern European EU countries
In the course of the EU enlargement in 2004 and 2007 ten Central and Eastern European countries joined the European Union (EU-10). The geographical proximity as well as the intensive trade relations with Germany gave the IfM Bonn the opportunity to determine size class-specific company key figures for the Eastern European EU countries for the first time.
Facts and figures | 2012 Freelance start-ups in Germany - Evaluation of data from the tax authorities for the years 2008 to 2011
At the beginning of 2012, the IfM Bonn presented the first data on the founding of new companies in the liberal professions. At the end of 2012 the current data from the tax authorities could be evaluated for the first time for all 16 federal states.