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    Faculty of Commerce, University of Punjab
    Online: 4(1).2012 –
    Publisher: Faculty of Commerce, University of Punjab
    Print ISSN: 1996-2800
    Electronic ISSN: 2410-0854
    Topics: Sociology , Economics
    Keywords: Länderbericht Südasien
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  • Publication Date: 2012-08-30
    Description: Content: Ulrike Becker, Max Kaase, Gabor Klaniczay, and Vera Sparschuh: Social Sciences in Central and Eastern Europe on the Verge of EU Enlargement (7-10); Andrei Plesu: Financing Difference. Fostering the Social Sciences in the Field of Tension Between Homogenization and Differentiation (12-16); Elemer Henkiss: Brilliant Ideas or Brilliant Errors? (17-24); Janos Matyas Kovacs: Business as (Un)usual (26-33); Mitko Dimitrov: Bulgaria (34-49); Frantisek Turnovec: Czech Republic (50-64); Tiia Püss: Estonia (65-82); Laszlo Csaba: Hungary (83-101); Raita Karnite: Latvia (102-120); Linas Cekanavicius: Lithuania (121-134); Tadeusz Kowalik: Poland (135-151); Paul Dragos Aligica: Romania (152-167); Julius Horvath: Slovakia (168-186); Joze Mencinger: Slovenia (187-194); Hans-Jürgen Wagener: Demand and Supply of Economic Knowledge in Transition Countries (195-203); Hans-Dieter Klingemann: Political Science in Central and Eastern Europe: National Development and International Integration (206-212); Georgi Karasimeonov: Bulgaria (213-225); Jan Holzer and Pavel Pseja: Czech Republic (226-245); Raivo Vetik: Estonia (246-257); Mate Szabo: Hungary (258-274); Andris Runcis: Latvia (275-285); Algis Krupavicius: Lithuania (286-305); Stanislaw Gebethner and Radoslaw Markowski: Poland (306-321); Daniel Barbu: Romania (322-342); Darina Malova and Silvia Mihalikova: Slovakia (343-357); Danica Fink-Hafner: Slovenia (358-374); Pal Tamas: Followers or Activists? Social Scientists in the Reality Shows of Transformation (376-385); Nikolai Genov: Bulgaria (386-404); Michal Illner: Czech Republic (405-424); Mikk Titma: Estonia (425-436); Denes Nemedi and Peter Robert: Hungary (437-451); Aivars Tabuns: Latvia (452-466); Anele Vosyliute: Lithuania (467-483); Janusz Mucha and Pawel Zalecki: Poland (484-501); Maria Larionescu: Romania (502-517); Zuzana Kusa, Bohumil Buzik, Ludovit Turcan and Robert Klobucky: Slovakia (518-535); Frane Adam and Matej Makarovic: Slovenia (536-547); Piotr Sztompka: The Condition of Sociology in East-Central Europe (548-556); Mihaly Sarkany: Cultural and Social Anthropology in Central and Eastern Europe (558-566); Thomas Kucera and Olga Kucerova: Population science in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for Research and Practice (567-577); Marie-Claude Maurel: Central European Geography and the Post-Socialist Transformation. A Western Point of View (578-587); Grazyna Skapska: Law and Society in a Natural Laboratory: the Case of Poland in the Broader Context of East-Central Europe (588-603).
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Political science ; Economics ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Politikwissenschaft ; Wirtschaft ; General Sociology, Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Sociology, Sociological Theories ; Sociology of Science, Sociology of Technology, Research on Science and Technology ; Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Political Science ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Allgemeines zur Soziologie, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Soziologie ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts-, Technikforschung, Techniksoziologie ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Politikwissenschaft ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Volkswirtschaftslehre ; Politikwissenschaft ; Soziologie ; Mitteleuropa ; Osteuropa ; postsozialistisches Land ; Kulturanthropologie ; Demographie ; Geographie ; Recht ; Wissenschaft ; Forschung ; Entwicklung ; economics ; political science ; sociology ; Central Europe ; Eastern Europe ; post-socialist country ; cultural anthropology ; demography ; geography ; law ; science ; research ; development ; documentation ; Dokumentation
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  • Publication Date: 2015-02-03
    Description: Content: Ulrike Becker, Max Kaase, Gabor Klaniczay, and Vera Sparschuh: Social Sciences in Central and Eastern Europe on the Verge of EU Enlargement (7-10); Andrei Plesu: Financing Difference. Fostering the Social Sciences in the Field of Tension Between Homogenization and Differentiation (12-16); Elemer Henkiss: Brilliant Ideas or Brilliant Errors? (17-24); Janos Matyas Kovacs: Business as (Un)usual (26-33); Mitko Dimitrov: Bulgaria (34-49); Frantisek Turnovec: Czech Republic (50-64); Tiia Püss: Estonia (65-82); Laszlo Csaba: Hungary (83-101); Raita Karnite: Latvia (102-120); Linas Cekanavicius: Lithuania (121-134); Tadeusz Kowalik: Poland (135-151); Paul Dragos Aligica: Romania (152-167); Julius Horvath: Slovakia (168-186); Joze Mencinger: Slovenia (187-194); Hans-Jürgen Wagener: Demand and Supply of Economic Knowledge in Transition Countries (195-203); Hans-Dieter Klingemann: Political Science in Central and Eastern Europe: National Development and International Integration (206-212); Georgi Karasimeonov: Bulgaria (213-225); Jan Holzer and Pavel Pseja: Czech Republic (226-245); Raivo Vetik: Estonia (246-257); Mate Szabo: Hungary (258-274); Andris Runcis: Latvia (275-285); Algis Krupavicius: Lithuania (286-305); Stanislaw Gebethner and Radoslaw Markowski: Poland (306-321); Daniel Barbu: Romania (322-342); Darina Malova and Silvia Mihalikova: Slovakia (343-357); Danica Fink-Hafner: Slovenia (358-374); Pal Tamas: Followers or Activists? Social Scientists in the Reality Shows of Transformation (376-385); Nikolai Genov: Bulgaria (386-404); Michal Illner: Czech Republic (405-424); Mikk Titma: Estonia (425-436); Denes Nemedi and Peter Robert: Hungary (437-451); Aivars Tabuns: Latvia (452-466); Anele Vosyliute: Lithuania (467-483); Janusz Mucha and Pawel Zalecki: Poland (484-501); Maria Larionescu: Romania (502-517); Zuzana Kusa, Bohumil Buzik, Ludovit Turcan and Robert Klobucky: Slovakia (518-535); Frane Adam and Matej Makarovic: Slovenia (536-547); Piotr Sztompka: The Condition of Sociology in East-Central Europe (548-556); Mihaly Sarkany: Cultural and Social Anthropology in Central and Eastern Europe (558-566); Thomas Kucera and Olga Kucerova: Population science in Central and Eastern Europe: Implications for Research and Practice (567-577); Marie-Claude Maurel: Central European Geography and the Post-Socialist Transformation. A Western Point of View (578-587); Grazyna Skapska: Law and Society in a Natural Laboratory: the Case of Poland in the Broader Context of East-Central Europe (588-603).
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    Keywords: Social Sciences (DDC 300) ; Allgemeines zur Soziologie, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Soziologie ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts-, Technikforschung, Techniksoziologie ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Politikwissenschaft ; Allgemeines, spezielle Theorien und Schulen, Methoden, Entwicklung und Geschichte der Wirtschaftswissenschaften ; Volkswirtschaftslehre ; Politikwissenschaft ; Soziologie ; Mitteleuropa ; Osteuropa ; postsozialistisches Land ; Kulturanthropologie ; Demographie ; Geographie ; Recht ; Wissenschaft ; Forschung ; Entwicklung
    Type: Book / Collective volume , Sammelwerk
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  • Publication Date: 2012-08-30
    Description: This report was commissioned by the European Science Foundation (ESF) in the framework of the Member Organisation Fora instrument (Member Organisations in Central and Eastern Europe) from the Aleksanteri Institute, the Centre for Russian and Eastern European Studies. The aim of the study was to identify and analyse the situation and challenges in research in Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEs), particularly concerning research conducted in Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) and in the field of social sciences. The main emphasis of the report is on state-run universities. The countries under examination are Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. All these countries are members of the ESF with the exception of Latvia, which was included in the study because it was seen as an integral part of the area under investigation. The respective countries are new members of the European Union (EU). The information on each country is presented in one of the main sections in this report.
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Education ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Bildung und Erziehung ; Allgemeines, Geschichte der Sozialwissenschaften ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts-, Technikforschung, Techniksoziologie ; Forschung, Forschungsorganisation ; General Problems, History of the Social Sciences ; Sociology of Science, Sociology of Technology, Research on Science and Technology ; Research, Research Organization ; Sozialwissenschaft ; Forschungsstand ; Osteuropa ; Mitteleuropa ; Hochschule ; Wissenschaftspolitik ; Forschung und Entwicklung ; Organisation ; Strukturwandel ; Finanzierung ; Hochschulpolitik ; Wissenschaftler ; Wissenschaftspolitik ; social science ; research status ; Eastern Europe ; Central Europe ; university ; science policy ; research and development ; organization ; structural change ; funding ; university policy ; scientist ; science policy ; descriptive study ; documentation ; deskriptive Studie ; Dokumentation
    Type: final report , Abschlussbericht
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    Mannheim: Zentrum für Europäische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW)
    Publication Date: 2015-02-02
    Description: Although in its infancy, one promising application of Internet technology for firms is so-called Internet commerce or electronic commerce. This paper analyses the determinants of B2B (business-to-business) adoption borrowing from the literature on the adoption of new technologies and considering factors like firm size, corporate status, human capital and international competitive situation. An ordered probit model is applied to a data set containing about 3,000 enterprises from the German manufacturing industry and the German services sector in the year 2000. We find positive and significant effects of firm size, the share of highly qualified employees and the export share. An IT-intensive production process enhances the probability of a broad use of B2B e-commerce. An important influence on the use of B2B is the bandwagon effect, implying that firms are more likely to use this new Internet application if others within the same industry likewise do it. We find no significant effects of firm age and of the fact that a firm belongs to a group of companies as measures of a firm?s flexibility and financial power.
    Keywords: Economics (DDC 300) ; Lieferanten-Kunden-Beziehung (STW) ; Internet (STW) ; E-Business (STW) ; Innovationsdiffusion (STW) ; Schätzung (STW) ; Deutschland (STW) ; Innovationsadoption (STW)
    Language: English
    Type: Report / Research Paper / Working Paper , Working Paper
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  • Publication Date: 2014-12-04
    Keywords: History ; Geschichte ; Social History ; Sozial-/Wirtschaftsgeschichte, historische Sozialforschung ; historische Sozialforschung ; Bibliographie ; historical social research ; bibliography
    Type: Bibliographie , bibliography
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  • Publication Date: 2012-08-30
    Description: How do social encounters conjure up stigma and discrimination? How do social identities emerge and how do people reject or integrate each other in local settings and social space? How do individuals affected build their self-identities and cope with the socially divisive effects of their stigma? The book provides an unconventional view on the subject matter. It is based on empirical fieldwork on the social effects of HIV and AIDS in Botswana. A broad review of geographical, sociological, psychological and social psychological literature, as well as the consideration of works of applied sciences helps to lift the empirical findings to a more general and theoretical level. Different lines of theory are disentangled and integrated into a concept of stigma and discrimination. With its standpoint of pragmatist epistemology and the special focus on the spatial character of social distances the book is of interest not only for social geographers. Both stigma and discrimination are socially highly relevant phenomena. They not only induce social segregation in such a manner that people are forced to subordinate themselves. Especially stigmatisation leads people to exclude themselves out of shame. People also refrain from seeking support from relevant services. It is therefore of elementary importance in many social fields (e.g. the public health sector, social work, etc.) to understand the processes of stigma and discrimination. First published as: Geiselhart, Klaus (2009): The Geography of Stigma and Discrimination. HIV and AIDS Related Identities in Botswana. Saarbrücken (Studies in Development Geography, 36)
    Keywords: Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Social problems and services ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Soziale Probleme und Sozialdienste ; General Sociology, Basic Research, General Concepts and History of Sociology, Sociological Theories ; Ethnology, Cultural Anthropology, Ethnosociology ; Social Problems ; Allgemeines zur Soziologie, spezielle Theorien, Geschichte der Soziologie ; Ethnologie, Kulturanthropologie, Ethnosoziologie ; soziale Probleme ; Botswana ; Stigma ; Stigmatisierung ; Diskriminierung ; AIDS ; soziales Problem ; soziale Ungleichheit ; Botswana ; stigma ; stigmatization ; discrimination ; AIDS ; social problem ; social inequality
    Type: monograph , Monographie
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    Amsterdam Univ. Press | Niederlande | Netherlands | Amsterdam
    Changing Welfare States | 396
    Publication Date: 2012-08-30
    Description: This book examines the origins and evolution of labor market policy in Western Europe, while paying close attention to the OECD and the European Union as proliferators of new ideas. Three phases are identified: (a) a manpower revolution phase during the 1960s and 1970s, when most European governments emulated Swedish manpower policies and introduced/modernized their public employment services; (b) a phase of international disagreement about the root causes of, and remedies for, unemployment, triggering a diversity of policy responses during the late 1970s and 1980s; and (c) the emergence of an activation paradigm since the late 1990s, causing a process of institutional hybridization. The book's main contention is that the evolution of labor market policy is not only determined by historical trajectories or coalitional struggles, but also by policy makers' changing normative and cognitive beliefs. The cases studied include Austria, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.
    Description: In dit boek onderzoekt J. Timo Weishaupt de oorsprong en evolutie van de arbeidsmarkt en arbeidswetgeving in West-Europa. Extra aandacht gaat daarbij uit naar de oeCD en de Europese Unie als voortrekkers van nieuwe ideeën op dit gebied. Timo Weishaupt deed onderzoek in Oostenrijk, Denemarken, Duitsland, Ierland, Zweden en het Verenigd Koninkrijk. Hij komt tot de conclusie dat de evolutie van arbeidswetgeving niet alleen wordt bepaald door historische ontwikkelingen, maar ook door de veranderende overtuigingen van beleidsmakers.
    Keywords: Economics ; Wirtschaft ; Labor Market Policy ; Arbeitsmarktpolitik ; Arbeitsmarktpolitik ; Westeuropa ; aktivierende Arbeitsmarktpolitik ; EU ; Beschäftigungspolitik ; Wohlfahrtsstaat ; OECD ; Fallstudie ; Österreich ; Dänemark ; Irland ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; Schweden ; Großbritannien ; internationaler Vergleich ; labor market policy ; Western Europe ; activating labor market policy ; EU ; employment policy ; welfare state ; OECD ; case study ; Austria ; Denmark ; Ireland ; Federal Republic of Germany ; Sweden ; Great Britain ; international comparison
    Type: monograph , Monographie
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    Deutschland | Germany | Berlin
    02-202 | Discussion Papers / Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Forschungsschwerpunkt Arbeitsmarkt und Beschäftigung, Abteilung Arbeitsmarktpolitik und Beschäftigung | 273
    Publication Date: 2014-11-13
    Description: "Upgrading the qualification level of the workforce has become a central issue among the governments of the European Union: in the race towards global economic competitiveness, human capital development should play a key role. Taking this statement as point of departure, the contributions gathered here explore how the qualification needs of firms and workers - once identified - are answered. The common focus lies in analysing the co-ordination schemes established among labour market actors the national, regional and supranational levels to implement and institutionalize new labour market arrangements for a more effective qualification matching. These contributions were made to an international workshop organised by the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung on the 27-28th September 2001, in the framework of a research network for the early recognition of qualification needs - FreQueNz - launched by the German Federal Ministry for Training and Research (BMBF) in 1999." (author's abstract). Contents: Sophie Rouault: Qualification need and multi-level coordination: introducing a research question (1-5); Heidi Oschminasky, Sophie Rouault, Isabelle Schömann: Three research fields and a summary of results (6-14). Part I - The role of networks in the implementation process of jobrotation: Heidi Oschmiansky: Implementing jobrotation in Germany: labour market actors' contribution to meet skill needs (15-38); John Houman Sorensen: Job-rotation schemes in Denmark - an active labour market policy instrument and its dependence on qualification strategies and economic situation of firms (39-56); Jouko Nätti: Job rotation in Finland - national and local experiments (57-91); Lizzi Feiler: Co-operative approaches to identify and meet qualification needs. The implementation systems of jobrotation and programmes in Austria (92-115). Part II - Answering territorial qualification needs through new corporate and employment forms: Sophie Rouault: Answering qualification needs through multiple jobholding arrangements - multi-level coordination in France and Sweden (116-132); Ton Wilthagen, Harm van Lieshout, Martijn van Velzen: Employment and training pools in the Netherlands - analytical remarks and examples (133-149); Bengt Lorendahl: Neo-cooperatives to support self-employment? The Swedish case (150-167); Claudia Weinkopf: Service pools as qualifying alternative in services to private households (168-185). Part III - The role of social partners in the implementation of skill needs: Isabelle Schömann: A right to vocational training - the anticipative action of workers' representatives in selected European countries (186-195); Ralf Rogowski, Isabelle Schömann: The role and impact of social partners on training in the European Union (196-223); Philippe Mehaut: What is the future of vocational education? Chronicle of unsuccessful negotiations (224-240); Harm van Lieshout, Ton Wilthagen: Transitional labour markets in action - new developments in the Dutch vocational educationand training market (241-273).
    Description: "Die Erhöhung des Qualifikationsniveaus der Arbeitskräfte ist ein zentrales Anliegen der Regierungen der Europäischen Union: im globalen ökonomischen Wettbewerb spielt die Entwicklung des Humankapitals eine zentrale Rolle. Diesem Ausgangspunkt entsprechend untersuchen die Beiträge des Bandes, wie der identifizierte Qualifizierungsbedarf von Unternehmen und Beschäftigten gedeckt werden kann. Der gemeinsame Fokus besteht in der Analyse der Koordinierungsmustern der Akteuren der nationalen, regionalen und supranationalen Ebene für die Implementation und Institutionalisierung neuer Arbeitsmarktarrangements, um ein effektiveres Qualifizierungs-Matching zu gewährleisten. Die Beiträge basieren auf Vorträgen für einen internationalen Workshops des Wissenschaftszentrums Berlin am 27. und 28. September 2001. Der Workshop wurde organisiert im Rahmen des Forschungsnetzwerkes für die Früherkennung von Qualifizierungsbedarf - FreQueNz - 1999 initiiert und gefördert vom Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)." (Autorenreferat)
    Keywords: Economics ; Wirtschaft ; Labor Market Research ; Arbeitsmarktforschung ; EU ; Qualifikationsanforderungen ; Qualifikationsniveau ; Qualifikation ; Bedarf ; Arbeitsmarktentwicklung ; Implementation ; Arbeitsmarktpolitik ; Instrumentarium ; Berufsbildung ; Bundesrepublik Deutschland ; Weiterbildung ; Schweden ; Netzwerk ; Frankreich ; Job Rotation ; Dänemark ; Finnland ; EU ; qualification requirements ; level of qualification ; qualification ; demand ; labor market trend ; implementation ; labor market policy ; instruments ; vocational education ; Federal Republic of Germany ; further education ; Sweden ; network ; France ; job rotation ; Denmark ; Finland ; descriptive study ; deskriptive Studie
    Type: Konferenzband , conference proceedings
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  • Publication Date: 2014-11-07
    Description: Contents: Introduction: Inga Krättli: Long-term Responsibility for a Sustainable Life: Introductory Panel Session and Roundtable Discussion (15-22); Part 1: On Organisations and Philosophies of Development: Isolde M. Schönstein: Die Verantwortung der Kirchen für nachhaltige Entwicklung (25-33); Emil Brix: Zivilgesellschaft als Chance für die Demokratie (35-42); Michal Sicinski: Ecology and Sustainable Development within a General Social Theory: Old and New Approaches (43-52); Part 2: On Higher Education and Cases of Institution Building: Norbert Derner: Mutual Relationships of Personal Interests and the Evolution of Complex Social Systems (55-59); R. Garleja, I. Kerpe: Innovative Changes in the Social Demand for Lifelong Education (61-66); Richard J. Bartak: Bioakademie - Bildungsprojekt zum ökologischen Landbau in der Tschechischen Republik (67-74); Vijaya Sherry Chand, Elmar A. Stuhler and Sasi Misra: The Fachhochschule System of Higher Education: University of Applied Sciences, Landshut and University of Applied Sciences, Freising-Weihenstephan (75-86); Part 3: Interdisciplinary Studies on National Parks, Ecotourism and Investment: Jan W. Dobrowolski: An Interdisciplinary Study of, and Education for, the Sustainable Development of National Park Regions in Poland and a New Concept of Sound Tourism Management applied to the Cinque Terre National Park in Italy (89-100); Aleksandra Wagner, Jan W. Dobrowolski, Maria Zielinska: Ecotourism as a Factor of Sustainable Development of Specially Protected Regions (101-108); Philippos Nicolopoulos: The Large Scale Investments in Alternative Tourism and Sustainable Development: The Case of Crete and Arcadia (109-121); Part 4: Living Space Resources, Evaluation of Raw Materials, Agricultural and Food Policy: Drago Muvrin: Sustainable Development through Research and Learning. Sustainable Development and Habitation. An Approach to the Use of Living Space Resources (125-136); Ingeborg Bauer: Basic Principles of the Bavarian Agricultural Policy and its Contribution to Sustainable Development (137-142); Aija Melngaile: Global Aspects of Food Chain Development (143-149); Richard J. Bartak: Evaluating the Use of Raw Materials for Food Production from Economic, Ecological, Ethical and Social Points of View (151-162); Part 5: International Agricultural Research for Development: Sabine Homann, Andre van Rooyen, Thinah Moyo and Zivayi Nengomasha: Strengthening Livestock Market Flows and Feeding Practices for Improved Livelihoods in Southern Zimbabwe (165-173); Sabine Homann, Barbara Rischkowsky, Jörg Steinbach, Michael Kirk: Towards Endogenous Development: Borana Pastoralists' Response to Environmental and Institutional Changes (175-182); Sabine Homann, Barbara Rischkowsky, Jörg Steinbach: Herd Mobility Leads the Way for Sustainable Pastoral Development: The Case of Borana Rangelands, Southern Ethiopia (183-194); Part 6: Aspects of Eco-Design and Development, Innovation as well as Renewable Energy Sources: Marion Hersh: Ecodesign for All: Principles and Practice (197-216); Jozica Knez-Riedl: Developing a Sustainable/Holistic Firm (217-225); Majda Bastic: Analysis of Slovenian New Products from Environmental Viewpoint (227-234); Jan Fiedler: The Economics of Renewable Energy Sources in the Czech Republic (235-240); Part 7: Technological Issues and Opportunities: Zinaida Klestova, Alexander Makarenko, Eugene Samorodov: Geoinformational Systems in society Transformation. System Analysis and Transregional Infrastructure (243-250); T. Abadjieva: Effect of Solar Radiation on Materials and Design of Buildings in Botswana (251-258); Vera Vokolkova: Road Transport and its Contribution to Global Warming with Special Regards to Developing Countries (259-269); Dana Wenscheova: Transportation and Environment in the City of Brno (271-275); Antonin Kremr: The Modrice Project - Reconstruction and Intensification of the City Waste Water Treatment Plant in Brno (277-280); Part 8: Latvian Processes and Methodologies: I. Skards, J. Raipulis, I. Karlsone, V. Strazdina: Why Have Suicide Rates in Baltic States Increased after Restoration of Independence after 1990 (283-296); Ilmars Skards, Jekabs Raipulis, Ilga Karlsone: Demographic Situation in Latvia and the Conditions which Limit it (297-310); A. Goldsteins: State Forest Certification Activities in Latvia (311-315); Part 9: Our New Enemy: Timi Ecimovic: The Climate Change System (319-334); Melanie Thun: "Shishmaref Must Yield" (335-336); Werner Zeppenfeld: Tuvalu: An Island Nation Cables SOS (337); Part 10: Possible Follow up Studies: Rainer Fuchs, Shalini Misra: Need and Possibility for Analysing Human Motivation Potential - Related to Sustainability (341-363); Rainer Fuchs: Goal-oriented Action: The Interaction of Process Components in Terms of Cybernetic Theory (365-380); Elmar A. Stuhler: The Usefulness of Action Psychology for Multipurpose Agribusiness (381-393); Elmar A. Stuhler: Retrospect and Prospect (395-400).
    Keywords: Biowissenschaften ; Biologie ; Bildung und Erziehung ; Politikwissenschaft ; Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie ; Life sciences, biology ; Education ; Political science ; Social sciences, sociology, anthropology ; Ökologie und Umwelt ; Bildungswesen tertiärer Bereich ; internationale Beziehungen ; Wissenschaftssoziologie, Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung ; Ecology, Environment ; University Education ; International Relations, International Politics, Foreign Affairs, Development Policy ; Sociology of Science, Sociology of Technology, Research on Science and Technology ; Ökologie ; Umwelt ; nachhaltige Entwicklung ; Hochschule ; Gesellschaft ; Wirtschaft ; Politik ; Entwicklungshilfe ; Technik ; Wissenschaft ; Mensch ; Verhalten ; Psychodynamik ; ecology ; environment ; sustainable development ; university ; society ; economy ; politics ; development aid ; engineering ; science ; human being ; behavior ; psychodynamics ; deskriptive Studie ; descriptive study
    Type: Festschrift , Sammelwerk , festschrift , collection
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