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Lifetime Cost of Ischemic Stroke in Germany: Results and National Projections From a Population-Based Stroke Registry: The Erlangen Stroke Project

P. L. Kolominsky-Rabas, P. U. Heuschmann, D. Marschall, M. Emmert, N. Baltzer, B. Neundorfer, O. Schoffski, K. J. Krobot
2006 Stroke  
National projections for the period 2006 to 2025 showed 1.5 million and 1.9 million new cases of ischemic stroke in men and women, respectively, at a present value of 51.5 and 57.1 billion EUR, respectively  ...  The objective of this study was to determine the direct costs of first ischemic stroke and to estimate the expected increase in costs in Germany.  ...  Acknowledgments The research work in the Erlangen Stroke Project is supported as part  ... 
doi:10.1161/01.str.0000217450.21310.90 pmid:16574918 fatcat:hjbnm443xvdlbgld3i4w4xoafe

Case-based e-learning in occupational medicine--The NetWoRM Project in Germany

Katja Radon, Stefanie Kolb, Jorg Reichert, Thomas Baumeister, Reinhard Fuchs, Inga Hege, Georg Praml, Martin Fischer, Dennis Nowak
2006 Annals of Agricultural and Environmental Medicine  
The aim of the NetWoRM Project is the development, evaluation and implementation of a case-based e-learning tool for occupational medicine to increase the knowledge in clinical aspects of occupational  ...  Students enjoyed working with the cases and asked to replace more seminars by case-based e-learning. The level of knowledge required to work on the cases was rated high.  ...  Acknowledgements The project has been funded by grants from the Klaus Tschira Stiftung GmbH, the Virtual University of Bavaria, the European Union We are grateful for the expert review and for the students  ... 
pmid:16841879 fatcat:f6exajzezzaddcfkivvhjbir34

Development and validation of tools for the implementation of european air quality policy in Germany (Project VALIUM)

M. Schatzmann, W. Bächlin, S. Emeis, J. Kühlwein, B. Leitl, W. J. Müller, K. Schäfer, H. Schlünzen
2006 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
The field experiments were carried out inside and around a street canyon in a city district of Hanover/Germany.  ...  After a brief introduction to the VALIUM project a summary of the main results will be given.  ...  The authors are grateful for financial support from the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) through the Atmospheric Research Programme AFO2000.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-6-3077-2006 fatcat:cmb5gxqmdfdj3pjcwzslwe2xfa


2006 Book of Abstracts: 13th Annual European Real Estate Society Conference - Weimar, Germany   unpublished
Risk plays a vital role in success or failure of the project and so apt consideration should be given to risk management.  ...  (2006) described that Private infrastructure projects under BOT arrangement have a complex risk profile due to several factors.  ...  Jivraj Mehta institute of technology in 2016.During his graduation he carried on research work on construction planning and scheduling. He also worked on green building analysis.  ... 
doi:10.15396/eres2006_226 fatcat:6vd3hnboerh6npove7tud7gr5y

A Dynamic Resource-Based View on Firms Life Cycle Stages and Capital Structure Theories: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Emerging Asian Markets

2019 Global Social Sciences Review  
In order to identify variations among success factors, domestic and international projects are compared.  ...  Data is collected from project managers of Pakistani, German and other international companies operating in Pakistan. Results show significant variances in the ranking of factors.  ...  However, it is also important to note that most of the responses are obtained from project managers in this research, which might have influenced the overall rating.  ... 
doi:10.31703/gssr.2019(iv-iv).32 fatcat:czh6l2f7a5h2dlxfhnnb6e2goe

Evaluation of Expert Reports to Quantify the Exploration Risk for Geothermal Projects in Germany

Britta Ganz
2015 Energy Procedia  
The development of deep geothermal energy sources in Germany still faces many uncertainties and high upfront investment costs.  ...  Since 2002, expert reports to quantify the exploration risk for geothermal projects in Germany were carried out. These reports served as a basis for insurance contracts covering the exploration risk.  ...  Acknowledgements Work on the evaluation of the expert reports was funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy within the project GEOFÜND (project number 032551B).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2015.07.839 fatcat:3cwi3z64ujfebcp7nfvtknmjjy

Behavioural and structural prevention to promote the health of socially disadvantaged children and adolescents: an overview of European and German health promotion strategies

S. Pawils, A. Atabaki, F. Metzner, G. Nöcker, S. Linden, M. Plaumann, U. Walter
2012 Journal of Public Health  
At 26.7%, eastern Germany has a particularly high poverty rate compared to 16.8% in the old Federal States. In western Germany, Bremen has the highest poverty rate at 33%.  ...  Mackenbach (2006) described in his European health report the interconnectedness of material factors, psychosocial factors and health related behaviours in mediating the socioeconomic status to health  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10389-011-0487-2 fatcat:yf46c3hgknarjgnupi3z4lxesi


Roman Maletz, Stephanie Wohmann, Alexandra Pukhnyuk
2018 Detritus  
countries were chosen with different starting conditions and economic states to investigate which are the crucial factors in enabling the development of modern waste management.  ...  Western EU countries generate higher amounts of waste per capita and have higher recycling rates.  ...  AKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to express their grateful thanks to the WaTra project team and the students involved in the WaTra project that contributed to the study.  ... 
doi:10.31025/2611-4135/2018.13659 fatcat:geg32j4u3fbuvdrhs6e6nfagqq

Assessing Success Factors of Brownfields Regeneration: International and Inter-Stakeholder Perspective

Bohumil FRANTÁL, Josef KUNC, Petr KLUSÁČEK, Stanislav MARTINÁT
2015 Transylvanian Review of Administrative Sciences  
The aim was to identify and classify the 'success factors' of brownfelds regeneration and to detect signifcant convergences and divergences concerning the drivers and barriers of regeneration processes  ...  Especially in Romania but also in Poland, the fac-tors at national level (legislation, incentives, and foreign direct investments) are perceived to be more infuential than in the Czech Republic and Germany  ...  Acknowledgement The paper is based on research realized in the scope of the projects 'TIMBRE -Tailored Improvement of Brownfield Regeneration in Europe' (funded from the European Community's Seventh Framework  ... 
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A Review of Critical Success Factors for Offshore Software Development Projects

Goparaju Purna Sudhakar
2013 Organizacija  
very less success rate of overall software projects globally, critical success factors (CsFs) for offshore software projects is gaining much importance. in the current study based on literature review  ...  , a total of 75 success factors for offshore software projects are identified.  ...  Amberg and Wiener (2006) have studied the critical success factors for offshore software development projects in Germany from Client organization perspective using a web based survey and interviews.  ... 
doi:10.2478/orga-2013-0026 fatcat:im7hw77cffcsddml5qqvlye6wu

The Acceptability of Private Finance Initiative (PFI) Scheme in Malaysia

Roshana Takim, R Abdul-Rahman, K Ismail, C. O Egbu
2009 Asian Social Science  
The study presented in this paper investigates the acceptability of PFI in Malaysia, taking into consideration factors contributing to success, negative factors, and key differences between PFI and the  ...  Empirical research was undertaken based on a questionnaire survey to public and private sectors in Malaysia. In total 60, valid responses were received, constituting a response rate of 45 per cent.  ...  Based on the successes of PFI, and in order to be in line with worldwide trend, the Government of Malaysia introduced PFI in the development of Mega projects during the Ninth Malaysia-Plan (2006 -2010  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v4n12p71 fatcat:7knxerg4vzefjl2ycyrnca2sse

Success factors of international sporting events in different regions of Europe

Gabriella Cserháti, Réka Polák-Weldon
2013 Apstract: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce  
Within the frame of the research we reveal the success factors of international sporting events in different segments of Europe, and in addition to this compare the event organization practices of analysed  ...  regions along the identified success factors.  ...  Therefore, it is inevitable to apply the methods of project and event management in order to realize successful and efficient events.  ... 
doi:10.19041/apstract/2013/1/4 fatcat:erajoa7a65dudg2iys3pjv64me


Ziada Borbasova, Sairan Ulakov, Yuri Ossik, Zoran Cekerevac
2017 MEST Journal  
The role of marketing in shaping the image and creating a national brand of the country as a factor in the development of tourism in Kazakhstan.  ...  is used in preparation for the World Cup in 2006.  ...  Everything has begun with awareness by the higher political persons of Germany, that the country is getting the negative image owing to increase of unemployment rate and slow rates of economic growth.  ... 
doi:10.12709/mest. fatcat:6yetblixh5b6fbpnwchuga6x5e

Page 333 of Educational and Psychological Measurement Vol. 68, Issue 2 [page]

2008 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
Prozessmanagement und unternehmenserfolg: Erfolgsfaktoren zur strategischen fitness von unternehmen [Process management and economic success: Factors of success for the stra- tegic fitness of companies  ...  Testing for the equivalence of factor covariance and means structures: The issue of partial measurement invariance. Psychological Bulletin, 105, 456-466. Byrne, B. M., & Stewart, S. M. (2006).  ... 


2015 International Journal of Innovation Management  
However, the impact of country-and culture-specific influences on these processes has not been examined in detail yet.  ...  Hence, this study identifies the differences in NPD practices between the Indian and German research and development (R&D) subsidiaries of multinational companies (MNCs).  ...  Other aspects and success factors of Western NPD seem, however, to be universally applicable to R&D subsidiaries.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919615500103 fatcat:ysvn7ft6xvcx7c7m6tvpx7ytka
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