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See detailWho prefers working in family firms? An exploratory study of individuals’ organizational preferences across 40 countries
Block, Jörn; Fisch, Christian UL; Lau, James et al

in Journal of Family Business Strategy (2016), 7(2), 65-74

Employees can work in family or in non-family firms. Using a sample of more than 12,000 individuals in 40 countries, we investigate this particular occupational choice decision by exploring individual ... [more ▼]

Employees can work in family or in non-family firms. Using a sample of more than 12,000 individuals in 40 countries, we investigate this particular occupational choice decision by exploring individual preferences to work in family firms. Our results show that socio-demographic, occupation-related, and entrepreneurship-related variables influence the preference to work in family firms. For example, a preference to work in family firms correlates positively with being female, a positive opinion on entrepreneurs, and self-employment intention, while it correlates negatively with length of full-time education, living in an urban area, being a manager, and entrepreneurship education. Our results help family firms with regard to recruiting of non-family employees and employer branding. [less ▲]

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See detailConcentration bounds for geometric Poisson functionals: logarithmic Sobolev inequalities revisited
Peccati, Giovanni UL; Bachmann, Sascha

in Electronic Journal of Probability (2016), 6(44),

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 43
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailActualité des procédures européennes de recouvrement de créances
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Richard, Vincent Jérôme UL

in Revue Critique de Droit International Privé (2016)

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 39
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

The Brussels Ibis Regulation is to become by far the most prominent cornerstone of the European law of international civil procedure. Its imminence can be easily ascertained by every practitioner even ... [more ▼]

The Brussels Ibis Regulation is to become by far the most prominent cornerstone of the European law of international civil procedure. Its imminence can be easily ascertained by every practitioner even remotely concerned with cross-border work in Europe. However arcane private international law in general might appear to practitioners – the Brussels I Regulation was a well-known and renowned instrument and the Brussels Ibis Regulation will become so as its proper heir. The so called Brussels system has proven its immeasurable and incomparable value for over forty years. The European Court of Justice and the national courts of the Member States have produced an abundance and a treasure of judgments interpreting the Brussels Convention and the Brussels I Regulation. The effort of completing a truly pan-European commentary mirrors the pan-European nature of its fascinating object. This commentary – which of course covers the jurisprudence of the ECJ in a comprehensive manner – assembles a team of very prominent and renowned authors from total Europe. The authors’ geographical provenience stretches from Denmark in the North to Italy in the South and from Portugal and the United Kingdom in the West to Austria in the East. Now the time is ripe to start such an enterprise. This commentary is the first full scale article-by-article commentary in English to address the Brussels Ibis Regulation. It is truly European in nature and style. It provides thorough and succinct in-depth analysis of every single Article and offers most valuable guidance for lawyers, judges and academics throughout Europe. It is an indispensable working tool for all practitioners involved in this field of law. [less ▲]

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See detailLes catholiques anglais face à la conversion. Parcours et représentations au XVIe siècle
Weis, Monique UL

in Martin, Ph.; Suire, E. (Eds.) Les Convertis : parcours religieux, parcours politiques, vol. 1 (2016)

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See detailD'un passage à l'autre, analogies entre l'accouchement et la mort
Friedel, Marie UL

in Soins Pédiatrie - Puériculture : la revue de tous les acteurs du soin à l'enfant (2016)

See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 47
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Mankowski, Peter; Magnus, Ulrich (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 44
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 50
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailBinge Drinkers Are Fast, Able to Stop - but They Fail to Adjust.
Bo, Ragnhild; Aker, Martin; Billieux, Joël UL et al

in Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (2016), 22(1), 38-46

Binge drinking leads to brain damage. However, at present few studies have taken into account the continuity in the binge drinking phenomenon, and treated binge drinking as a clearly separable category ... [more ▼]

Binge drinking leads to brain damage. However, at present few studies have taken into account the continuity in the binge drinking phenomenon, and treated binge drinking as a clearly separable category from other types of drinking patterns. The aim of the present study was to investigate whether severity of binge drinking can predict specific neurocognitive changes in healthy young adults. A total of 121 students aged 18 to 25 were assessed by means of the three last questions of the Alcohol Use Questionnaire combined into binge score. The binge score was entered as a predictor of cognitive performance of the CANTAB Stop Signal Task including reaction time, inhibition processing time, and response adjustment. Anxiety and depression symptoms were also measured. Binge score significantly predicted less adjustment following failures, and faster reaction times. Binge score did not predict inhibition performance. Symptoms of depression and anxiety were not significantly related to binge score. Binge drinking in healthy young adults predicts impairment in response adjustment and fast reaction time, but is unrelated to inhibition. The study supports the view that binge drinking is a continuous phenomenon, rather than discrete category, and the findings are possibly shedding light on why binge drinkers continue their drinking pattern despite negative consequences. (JINS, 2016, 22, 38-46). [less ▲]

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See detailLes attributs du passé et la genèse des mémoires collectives
Farhat, Nadim UL; Cimino, Matthieu

in Grandjean, Geoffrey; Henrard, Gaëlle; Paulus, Julien (Eds.) Mémoires déclinées. Représentations, actions, projections (2016)

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See detailDecomposing quantile wage gaps: a conditional likelihood approach
Van Kerm, Philippe UL; Choe, Chung; Yu, Seunghee

in Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series C Applied Statistics (2016), 65(4), 507-527

The paper develops a parametric variant of the Machado–Mata simulation methodology to examine quantile wage differences between groups of workers, with an application to the wage gap between native and ... [more ▼]

The paper develops a parametric variant of the Machado–Mata simulation methodology to examine quantile wage differences between groups of workers, with an application to the wage gap between native and foreign workers in Luxembourg. Relying on conditional-likelihood-based ‘parametric quantile regression’ in place of the standard linear quantile regression is parsimonious and cuts computing time drastically with no loss in the accuracy of marginal quantile simulations in our application. We find that the native worker advantage is a concave function of quantile: the advantage is small (possibly negative) for both low and high quantiles, but it is large for the middle half of the quantile range (between the 20th and 70th native wage percentiles). [less ▲]

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 49
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 51
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 41
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailBrussels Ibis Regulation, Commentary of Article 42
Cuniberti, Gilles UL; Rueda, Isabelle UL

in Magnus, Ulrich; Mankowski, Peter (Eds.) Brussels Ibis Regulation (2016)

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See detailRezension zu Raymund Gottschalk, Römer und Franken in Hürth. Hürther Beiträge zur Geschichte, Kultur und Regionalkunde, Band 93. Bonn 2014
Binsfeld, Andrea UL

in H-Soz-Kult: Kommunikation und Fachinformation für die Geschichtswissenschaften (2016)

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See detailSouveraineté territoriale par traité, written by Mamadou Hébié
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Journal of the History of International Law (2016), 18(4), 469-479

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