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Annual Report 2002

Diw Berlin, Dörte Höppner, Jochen Schmidt, Bernhard Seidel
Articles in daily and weekly newspapers Nationaler Stabilitätspakt Individual Members Dr. Karl-Heinz Narjes, Bonn-Bad Godesberg  ...  DIW Berlin collaborates with a large range of universities and other research institutes both in Germany and abroad.  ...  direct collaboration with cooperation partners based in Germany or abroad.  ... 

The German industrial relations system under pressure: Structure, trends and outcomes [chapter]

Ulrich Walwei
2021 The New World of Work  
Thanks for their expertise and their remarks are also owed to representatives of the German Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, the  ...  * We wish to express our thanks to Youcef Ghellab and Daniel Vaughan-Whitehead of the International Labour Office for their comments on an earlier draft of our report.  ...  A similar development might be notable for Germany, where shares of standard work and atypical work increased between 2002 and 2016.  ... 
doi:10.4337/9781800888050.00012 fatcat:cgkerk7lu5a7ldfhjtyi7nwjvq

Zero Email initiative: a critical review of Change Management during the introduction of Enterprise Social Networks

Christian Albert Oettl, Katharina Beck, Franziska Marie Raufer, Anja Teresa Priglmeir, Markus Böhm, Helmut Krcmar
2018 Journal of Technology Teaching Cases  
How can a company successfully improve collaboration and teamwork with the introduction of new IT tools?  ...  The change processes of (1) replacing internal emails with an Enterprise Social Network (ESN) solution in 2012 and (2) replacing the introduced ESN solution by a second, enhanced ESN solution in 2016 are  ...  Socio-technical solutions, such as ESNs, are discussed to increase the flexibility and the effectiveness of communication and collaboration in organizations to the necessary level (Moser et al. 2002)  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41266-018-0033-y fatcat:ng2pfuhqt5anzfdza6ptcjpmcy

The challenges of IMS deployment at Telefonica Germany

Antonio Cuevas, Wilfred Nicoll, Karsten Schroder
2012 IEEE Communications Magazine  
We observed that the standards were precise and clear enough, when they are respected, to ensure interworking, and this became an important factor when selecting our vendors.  ...  The company offers post-paid and prepaid mobile telecommunication products to its private and business customers, including mobile data services.  ...  TECHNOLOGICAL AND BUSINESS CONTEXT TELEFÓNICA GERMANY: THE CONGLOMERATION OF 3 OPERATORS Telefónica Germany is part of the Spanish telecommunication group "Telefónica S.A."  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2012.6257537 fatcat:tvfnomhdbfebzh7nrlrqswbjdi

The Museum of European Cultures of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin as a Platform of Intercultural Dialogue

Konrad Vanja, Elisabeth Tietmeyer
2011 Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics  
(Brückner et al. 2009) ; mobile exhibitions about the European Spring of Nations and their outspreading in the popular culture as a project between Poland, France and Germany (Kuśmidrowicz-Król et al.  ...  There have been a lot of other activities these last 10 years: the working group for European popular printing history, with its meeting in Nürnberg in 2009, previously held in Amsterdam and Ravenna and  ... 
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ECC-4 Abstracts

2002 International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents  
Isolates from nine dyspeptic patients that had different Mtz susceptibilities (S and R) before and after therapy and mixed Mtz-S/R subpopulations that were separated were tested.  ...  PCR-RFLP identified rDNA mutations in the 92 CLA resistant isolates using Mbo II and Bsa I, respectively for the A2142G and A2143G mutations, and by PCR assay for the A2142C mutation.  ...  Elisabeth, Urologic Clinic, Straubing, Germany , b Institute for Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research, (IBMP), Nürnberg-Heroldsberg, Germany Purpose of the study: In a randomized cross-over study 12  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0924-8579(02)00033-x fatcat:2alosmysrzdd7lelaq3wstzjee

Golden accomplishments in biomedical engineering

F. Nebeker
2002 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine  
of Nürnberg.  ...  and treatment, as a business, and as an academic discipline.  ... 
doi:10.1109/memb.2002.1016851 pmid:12119874 fatcat:p76xlztspve7hnqtaexkzslese

Germany [chapter]

Dirk Czarnitzki, Georg Licht
2021 Harnessing Public Research for Innovation in the 21st Century  
They grant bachelor and master's degrees but are generally not entitled to grant doctorates. ge r man y 183 terms of use, available at  ...  The goal is to strengthen universities' KTT activities, increase links within regional economies, and promote innovative forms of collaboration with business.  ...  Germany dirk czarnitzki and georg licht Introduction The transfer of knowledge and technology is a key task of publicly financed research in Germany.  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108904230.014 fatcat:ijexzk3gv5cuhbpi3dica4jqfm


2014 Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research  
To consider the specific feature of spectrum renting and the current mobile cellular technology, a variable number of servers that are switched on and off in groups is introduced.  ...  This paper proposes a retrial queueing model with the finite number of sources to evaluate the performance of spectrum renting in mobile cellular networks.  ...  Patrick Wüchner received his computer science Diploma in 2004 from the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0217595914400041 fatcat:qvj7mij7nvd3lg6mmhlmdou7bm

International trade and entrepreneurship – why Germany is so overwhelming among EU-27-countries?

Arto Lahti
2013 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
U.S., Germany is an exception. Germany and the German speaking Europe has their own management doctrine initiated by Friedrich List and modified by Joseph Schumpeter.  ...  The third economic miracle (Wirtschaftswunder) in Germany since 1990s is a combination of List's and Schumpeter's thinking.  ...  Nokia's mobile phones in the 90s). Germany has a large population of MNCs of which many are market leader in their segments, e.g. Volkswagen.  ... 
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Veröffentlichungen und Vorträge 2002 der Mitglieder der Fakultät für Informatik [article]

Fakultät Für Informatik
In: Data Warehousing and Web Engineering. Hrsg.: Becker, S.; Hershey: IRM Press, 2002, S. 275-284 Genssler, T.; Christoph, A.; Winter, M.; Schulz, B.  ...  In: Theory and Application of Evolutionary Computation: Recent Fensel, D.; Staab, S.; Studer, R.; Harmelen, F. v.; Davies, J.: A Future Perspective: Exploiting Peer-to-Peer and the Semantic Web for Knowledge  ...  .: A UPnP Service Browser for Resource Discovery in Mobile Ad-hoc Environments. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Mobile Ad Hoc Collaboration at Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ir/1000022877 fatcat:p37vdzgkwvbnfcjemkdyxq7qla

"This venue is brought to you by…": the diffusion of sports and entertainment facility name sponsorship in urban Europe

Jani Vuolteenaho, Matthias Wolny, Guy Puzey
2018 Urban Geography  
Thus far, the corporate re-branding of venues has remained less prevalent in Italy, Norway, and Scotland than in England and Wales, Finland, and above all Germany.  ...  Drawing on a database of 193 football (soccer) grounds and 115 indoor arenas, as well as press releases and media reports associated with them, this study charts the diffusion of sporting and entertainment  ...  Acknowledgements The authors are grateful to Roosa Wingström, Kristiina Laurikainen, and Sanni Vuorinen for their help while preparing this article.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02723638.2018.1446586 fatcat:nfauela4zvgcnox5xrgh3kzaee

The value of European patents

Alfonso Gambardella, Dietmar Harhoff, Bart Verspagen
2008 European Management Review  
The business sector and in particular the large firms employed the vast majority of the inventors in all six countries. Researchers' mobility.  ...  The less mobile inventors are in Spain, Germany and France: 88.80%, 83.14% and 82.28%. Italy and the Netherlands follow with 75.43% and 69.88%.  ... 
doi:10.1057/emr.2008.10 fatcat:6xkngaa3ezdupnbqvrkjai2d4m

Value co-creation and co-destruction in service ecosystems: The case of the Reach Now app

Thomas Schulz, Sina Zimmermann, Markus Böhm, Heiko Gewald, Helmut Krcmar
2021 Technological forecasting & social change  
and in particular on Germany (Albrecht and Ehmke, 2016; Willing et al., 2017a; 2017b) .  ...  However, since such value formation takes place in a service ecosystem, value co-creation and co-destruction between the smart mobility app provider and mobility providers (i.e., in business-to-business  ...  His-research interests include information and knowledge management, engineering, piloting, management of innovative IT-based services, and computer support for collaboration in distributed and mobile  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2021.120926 fatcat:c5qojkjctbchvhmuv3gxgd6rmy

Ramses, Ein Universelles Verarbeitungs- und Informations-System in der NMR-Diagnostischen Medizin [chapter]

Thomas Tolxdorff, Lutz Felsberg, Bernd Mecking, Klaus Gersonde
1986 GI — 16. Jahrestagung II  
.) ; Bertram, Albrecht An endochronic viscoplastic approach for materials with different behavior in tension and compression.  ...  In: Proceedings in applied mathematics and mechanics : PAMM [Weinheim] 4(2004), S. 223 224, [Elektronische Ressource] Lefevre, Jean ; Gabbert, Ulrich Simulation of piezoelectric smart lightweight structures  ...  In: Nürnberger, Andreas (Hrsg.) ; Detyniecki, Marcin (Hrsg.): Adaptive multimedia retrieval : AMR 2003 (first international workshop, Hamburg, Germany, September 2003). revised selected and invited papers  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-71389-7_50 dblp:conf/gi/TolxdorffFMG86 fatcat:o5u645j3yfe3limou5zoprhkoy
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