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European Cities Monitor (2011)
Cushman & Wakefield (2.2 MB)
European Cities Monitor 2011
This is the 22nd edition of Cushman & Wakefield’s survey on Europe’s major business cities.
Since 1990 the survey has provided an overview of the perceptions that corporations have about cities across Europe and their relative attractiveness, and how perceptions have changed over that time.
The Wealth Report (2011)
The Wealth Report 2011
The definitive guide to the world of international prime residential property, The Wealth Report is produced by Knight Frank in conjunction with Citi Private Bank.
An annual publication, it offers a unique perspective on the key luxury property markets around the world, as well as providing an insight to the attitudes of the wealthy towards property and other investment classes.
Measuring the Image of Berlin (2011)
TNS Infratest (1.1 MB)
Measuring the Image of Berlin
The German capital is appreciated for its academic landscape, the arts and culture to be found here. People spontaneously associate Berlin with a good research landscape, innovative companies and innovative products. Berlin is increasingly being perceived internationally as an economic hub.
IBM - Global Location Trends (2010)
IBM (821 KB)
Global Location Trends - Germany Report
The top ranking German city is Berlin, which is 38th globally, compared to a position of 29th in 2008.
International Business in Berlin (2010)
The business location of Berlin is highly cosmopolitan
We can confirm that the global outlook of Berlin’s entrepreneurs and the growing export orientation of our companies form a strategic alliance that strengthens the business location of Berlin.
Flash Eurobarometer (2009)
The Gallup Organisation
Perception survey on quality of life in European cities
This “Perception survey on quality of life in European cities” was conducted in November 2009 to measure local perceptions in 75 cities in the EU, Croatia and Turkey.
IBM - Global Location Trends (2009)
Global Location Trends
The increased investment in Business Services is heavily concentrated in the city region of Berlin, with the region receiving more than 50 % of the inward investment in the sector.
Wealth Report (2009)
European Innovation Scoreboard -EIS- (2006)
Comparative Analysis of Innovation Performance
This is the sixth edition of the European Innovation Scoreboard (EIS). The Annex includes tables with definitions as well as comprehensive data sheets for every country.
Eastern Germany as a Location for Direct Investment (2006)
A Comparison with Selected Eastern European Cities
This study aims to provide an objective comparison between eastern German Cities and a selection of eastern European cities, by focusing on crucial criteria for the cities’ suitability as locations for certain kinds of corporate investment.