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Dieses Kapitel beinhaltet die Ergebnisse, die Diskussion und das Gesamtfazit. Zunächst wird die Entwicklung des Erfolgsfaktorenkataloges vorgestellt. Anschließend wird die deskriptive Statistik für jeden Datensatz, die Korrelationen und die Modellergebnisse für jede Methode dargestellt. Die Relevanz der Einzelfaktoren wird aus der Modellierung extrahiert. Die Modellergebnisse werden in ihren Varianten gegenübergestellt. Es erfolgen Sensitivitäts- und Robustheitsanalysen.

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Frey, U. (2018). E Ergebnisse und Diskussion. In: Nachhaltige Bewirtschaftung natürlicher Ressourcen. Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-55446-3_5

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