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See detailThe Dynamics of Heat Shock Response Induced by Ultr asound Therapeutic Treatment
Mizera, Andrzej UL; Gambin, Barbara

in Awrejcewicz, J.; Kaźmierczak, M.; Mrozowski, J. (Eds.) et al 10th Conference on Dynamical Systems – Theory and Applications, DSTA-2009 (2009)

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See detailThe dynamics of helping behavior for Jewish refugees during the Second World War: The importance of brokerage
During, Marten UL

in Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence (2016)

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See detailThe dynamics of helping behaviour for Jewish refugees during the Second World War. The importance of brokerage
During, Marten UL

in Gamper, Markus; Reschke, Linda; During, Marten (Eds.) Knoten und Kanten: soziale Netzwerkanalyse in Geschichts- und Politikwissenschaften (2015)

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See detailDynamics of income rank volatility: Evidence from Germany and the US
Chauvel, Louis UL; Hartung, Anne UL; Palmisano, Flaviana

in SOEP2016 Book of Abstracts (2016)

This paper provides a methodology to compare profiles of income rank volatility over time and across distributions. While most of the existing measures are affected by changes in the marginal ... [more ▼]

This paper provides a methodology to compare profiles of income rank volatility over time and across distributions. While most of the existing measures are affected by changes in the marginal distributions, this paper proposes a framework that based on individuals’ relative position in the distribution results to be neutral to the structural changes that occur in the economy. Applying this approach to investigate rank volatility in Germany and the US over three decades, we show that while poorer individuals are the most volatile in both countries, the volatility trend of the middle class marks the difference between these two countries. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamics of Income Rank Volatility: Evidence from Germany and the US
Chauvel, Louis UL; Hartung, Anne UL; Palmisano, Flaviana

E-print/Working paper (2017)

This paper presents a methodology for comparing income rank volatility profiles over time and across distributions. While most of the existing measures are affected by changes in marginal distributions ... [more ▼]

This paper presents a methodology for comparing income rank volatility profiles over time and across distributions. While most of the existing measures are affected by changes in marginal distributions, this paper proposes a framework that is based on individuals’ relative positions in the distribution, and is neutral in relation to structural changes that occur in the economy. Applying this approach to investigate rank volatility in Germany and the US over three decades, we show that while poorer individuals within both countries are the most volatile, the volatility trend for the middle class in each of these countries differs. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamics of income volatility: Evidence from Germany and the US
Chauvel, Louis UL; Hartung, Anne UL; Palmisano, Flaviana UL

Scientific Conference (2015, July 15)

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See detailDYNAMICS OF INDIVIDUAL INCOME RANK VOLATILITY: EVIDENCE FROM WEST GERMANY AND THE US
Chauvel, Louis UL; Hartung, Anne UL; Palmisano, Flaviana

in B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy (2019)

This paper presents a methodology for comparing income rank volatility profiles over time and across distributions. While most of the existing measures are affected by changes in marginal distributions ... [more ▼]

This paper presents a methodology for comparing income rank volatility profiles over time and across distributions. While most of the existing measures are affected by changes in marginal distributions, this paper proposes a framework that is based on individuals’ relative positions in the distribution, and is neutral in relation to structural changes that occur in the economy. Applying this approach to investigate rank volatility in Germany and the US over three decades, we show that while poorer individuals within both countries are the most volatile, the volatility trend for the middle class in each of these countries differs. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamics of Intergenerational Relations in the Context of Migration – A Resource Perspective at the Intersection of Family and School
Albert, Isabelle UL

in Psychology & Society (2019), 11(1), 28-34

Educational attainment is key for societal integration and participation. In light of growing numbers of immigrants, the question of how school success of children with migrant background can be assured ... [more ▼]

Educational attainment is key for societal integration and participation. In light of growing numbers of immigrants, the question of how school success of children with migrant background can be assured is of utmost importance, certainly for these children and their families but also for societal cohesion. Youngsters with migration background are an important resource for the future, also considering the ageing of many modern societies today. The article by Matthiesen (2019) deals with a well-known problem: migrant parents’ lacking school involvement. The acculturation situation might therefore constitute a disadvantage for children of these migrant families right from the start, especially if we assume that parental involvement has in general positive effects on their children’s school success, able to reduce behavioural problems and to foster academic achievement. The present commentary will deal with these and other questions that have been raised by Matthiesen’s (2019) article. [less ▲]

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See detailThe dynamics of self‑control: within‑participant modeling of binary food choices and underlying decision processes as a function of restrained eating
Georgii, Claudio; Schulte-Mecklenbeck, Michael; Richard, Anna et al

in Psychological Research (2020), 84

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See detailThe Dynamics of the Location of Firms– A Revisit of Home-Attachment under Tax Competition
Han, Yutao UL; Pieretti, Patrice UL; Zou, Benteng UL

E-print/Working paper (2013)

We revisit the investment home-bias situation of firms and extend the home attachment setting of Mansoorian and Myers (1993) and Ogura (2006) into a dynamic framework. We locate firms based on their home ... [more ▼]

We revisit the investment home-bias situation of firms and extend the home attachment setting of Mansoorian and Myers (1993) and Ogura (2006) into a dynamic framework. We locate firms based on their home attachment preferences, which is also changing over time based on some updated spillover information. Some applications, in static and dynamic tax competition, are presented following our home-attachment principle. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamics of the swollen lamellar phase
Schilling, Tanja UL; Theissen, O.; Gompper, G.

in European Physical Journal E. Soft Matter (2001), 4(1), 103-114

We investigate the dynamical behavior of lamellar phases in ternary amphiphilic systems of water, oil and amphiphile. The interaction between the amphiphilic monolayers is described by the steric ... [more ▼]

We investigate the dynamical behavior of lamellar phases in ternary amphiphilic systems of water, oil and amphiphile. The interaction between the amphiphilic monolayers is described by the steric interaction due to thermal fluctuations for uncharged, and by electrostatic interactions for charged systems. The dynamics of the system is determined by the hydrodynamics of the fluid layers. The basic parameters of our model are the viscosities of the two solvents, the average thicknesses of the oil and water layers, and the bending rigidity. The model allows to consider different monolayer interactions across the oil and water layers. Relaxation rates are calculated for arbitrary wave vectors parallel and perpendicular to the average monolayer plane. We find that there is a quite complex crossover behavior from a q2 law for small parallel wave vectors to a q3 law for large q . We discuss the relevance of our result for the interpretation of dynamic light-scattering and neutron-spin-echo experiments for these systems. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamics of the swollen lamellar phase
Schilling, Tanja UL

Scientific Conference (2001)

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See detailDynamics of viscoelastic colloidal suspensions
Dannert, Rick UL

Doctoral thesis (2016)

The influence of different types of nanoparticles on the dynamics of glass forming matrices has been studied by small oscillatory shear rheology. Experimental measurements reveal that besides the glass ... [more ▼]

The influence of different types of nanoparticles on the dynamics of glass forming matrices has been studied by small oscillatory shear rheology. Experimental measurements reveal that besides the glass transition process of the matrix an additional relaxation process occurs in presence of nanoparticles. The latter is identified as the macroscopic signature of the microscopic temporal fluctuations of the intrinsic stress and is called Brownian relaxation. Besides the fact that Brownian relaxation has so far not been observed in colloidal suspensions with a matrix exhibiting viscoelastic behaviour in the frequency range of the experimental probe, the study reveals another important feature to be highlighted: the evolution of the Brownian relaxation times depends non-monotonously on the filler concentration. This finding challenges the use of the classical Peclet-time as a characteristic timescale for Brownian relaxation. Literature defines the Peclet-time as the specific time needed by a particle to cover –via self-diffusion- a distance comparable to its own size. As a main result it will be shown that after replacing the particle size which is relevant for the Peclet time by the mean interparticle distance depending on the filler content the non-monotonic evolution of the relaxation times can be fully described. Moreover, the introduction of the new characteristic length scale allows to include data from literature into the phenomenological description. [less ▲]

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See detailA Dynamics-based Approach for the Target Control of Boolean Networks
Su, Cui; Pang, Jun UL

in Proceedings of the 11th ACM International Conference on Bioinformatics, Computational Biology and Health Informatics (2020)

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See detailDynamik von Variantenrepertoires in Luxemburg und Gibraltar. Phonetisch-phonologische Fokussierungsprozesse
Gilles, Peter UL; Kellermann, Anja

in Mattheier, Klaus J. (Ed.) Norm und Variation (1997)

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See detailDynamique d'évolution d'une stratégie collective entre PME : le cas des vignerons du Pic Saint-Loup
Granata, Julien; Da Fonseca, Marie-Clémence; Marquès, Pierre et al

in Management International = International Management = Gestión Internacional (2016), 20(2), 163-177

Les PME, plus vulnérables aux forces de l’environnement, cherchent à compléter l'insuffisance de leurs ressources en adoptant des stratégies collectives afin de réduire cette incertitude. L’étude ... [more ▼]

Les PME, plus vulnérables aux forces de l’environnement, cherchent à compléter l'insuffisance de leurs ressources en adoptant des stratégies collectives afin de réduire cette incertitude. L’étude longitudinale du syndicat de producteurs de vin du Pic Saint-Loup, qui s’appuie sur plusieurs temps de collecte et quarante-cinq entretiens semi-directifs, permet de comprendre la façon dont des PME peuvent développer des stratégies collectives. Nous identifions les phases du développement de la stratégie collective ainsi que le rôle joué par les parties prenantes. Puis, nous soulignons les stratégies de tertius des dirigeants de PME et leur combinaison favorisant le développement de ces stratégies collectives. [less ▲]

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See detailLa dynamique de la complexité en matière de relations extérieures des Etats membres de l'Union européenne
Lickova, Magdalena UL

Doctoral thesis (2013)

In its capacity of a member of the European Union, the State agrees to submit to a set of rules framing its autonomy in the field of external relations. While this set of rules can be assessed in terms of ... [more ▼]

In its capacity of a member of the European Union, the State agrees to submit to a set of rules framing its autonomy in the field of external relations. While this set of rules can be assessed in terms of categories of legal effects acting unilaterally upon the EU Member State, the present study attempts to go further by examining what we believe to be a dynamic chain of complexity, composed of actions, reactions, and retroactions of the actors involved. During our research, we indeed found that the manner in which the Union affects the EU Member States’ external relations is far from being a one-way process, but rather constitutes permanent and circular dynamics of interaction between what we shall call an integrated Member State and the Union, between the Union and what we shall call a global Member State, and between the respective Member State’s global and integrated faces. The integrated Member State may step aside to let the Union act in its stead, or act in conjunction with the Union, but ʽtaking the back seatʼ in this manner does not engage its global face, its alter ego, which will return to take center stage (if it did not simply stay there to begin with) to complete (or to compete with) the actions of the Union, or even to solicit the Unionʼs support with respect to the relations it established vis-à-vis third parties. As we proceed, we find that the Member State, who initially appeared to be a mere passive object of our research, is in fact an active agent, contributing, whether through retroaction or through the competing exercise of its sovereign competencies, to the face of the Unionʼs external relations. Accordingly, no research into the external relations of the EU can be complete without taking into account the impact of EU law on the integrated Member States, and the impact felt in turn by the EU as the result of the Member Statesʼ global actions. In the same way, such research should consider the impact of international law on the global Member States and the impact felt in turn by international law as a result of the actions of the integrated face of these same Member States [less ▲]

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See detailDynamique de la mise en liste. Une approche sémio-linguistique
Colas-Blaise, Marion UL

in Liste et effets liste en littérature (2013)

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