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See detailWohnen in der Innenstadt
Hesse, Markus UL

in RaumPlanung (2006), (126/127), 168-69

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See detailWohnen jenseits der Grenze. Regionale Integration und ihre lokale Verwirklichung
Boesen, Elisabeth UL; Schnuer, Gregor UL

in Wille, Christian (Ed.) Lebenswirklichkeiten und politische Konstruktionen in Grenzregionen. Das Beispiel der Großregion SaaLorLux. Wirtschaft – Politik – Alltag – Kultur (2015)

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See detailWohnen jenseits der Mosel. Zur „Wohnmigration“ zwischen Luxemburg und dem deutschen Grenzraum.
Boesen, Elisabeth UL

in Forum für Politik, Gesellschaft und Kultur in Luxemburg (2015), (356), 8-11

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See detailWohnmilieus, Lebensstile und räumliche Mobilität in ostdeutschen Stadtlandschaften.
Hesse, Markus UL; Trostorff, Britta

in MAYR, Aloys; MEURER, Manfred; VOGT, Joachim (Eds.) Stadt und Region. Dynamik von Lebenswelten. Tagungsband zum 53. Dt. Geographentag in Leipzig (2002)

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See detailWohnmobilität in der Großregion - eine interurbane Diskursanalyse
Christmann, Nathalie UL

E-print/Working paper (2015)

“Je t’aime, moi non plus” : this is how the French newspaper L’Express (2011, p. II) summarises the transnational linkages of Luxembourg with its neighbouring countries. On the one hand, the ‘economic ... [more ▼]

“Je t’aime, moi non plus” : this is how the French newspaper L’Express (2011, p. II) summarises the transnational linkages of Luxembourg with its neighbouring countries. On the one hand, the ‘economic engine’ Luxembourg offers workplaces for many commuters, positively affecting the development of this European cross-border polycentric metropolitan region; on the other hand, negative consequences such as the overcrowded real estate mar-ket in Luxembourg continue beyond the national border and affect neighbouring housing markets. The ‘2020 Concept for the Region Trier’ shows that city councils perceive the prox-imity to Luxembourg as an opportunity for the development of the city. Simultaneously, lo-cals might feel displaced due to increasing rents and house prices, and develop resentment vis-à-vis their new neighbours, coming either from Luxembourg, or being Belgian, German or French nationals (labour migrants) that have moved to the border region to work in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, thus disposing of higher purchase power. Depending on the context, similar effects can thus be perceived very differently by city councils or planners and the local population. So far, studies dealing with the processes of transmigration have mostly focussed on indi-vidual motives of migrants, whereas impacts on the regions of destination have not been explored. The aim of this study is to explore ongoing discourses dealing with spatial impacts in relation to urban housing markets within the Greater Region. The focus will be on the cit-ies Arlon (BE), Metz and Thionville (FR), and Trier (DE). Therefore mixed methods will be de-ployed. Firstly, a quantitative analysis is planned to reveal the magnitude and the spatial distribution of the (cross-border) residential mobility. The evolution of housing prices and rents as well as population dynamics will be examined. Secondly, ongoing discourses and the changes of life-worlds will be studied using quantitative methods as well as qualitative methods, such as content analysis, to review the guiding principles of municipal policy and urban planning documents. A quantitative analysis of local newspapers will be conducted to analyse public opinion. A content analysis of this material will follow. The method mix allows us to better understand “material” evolutions and to trace the current discourses within this field. Discourse approaches have become common in interdis-ciplinary social science academic research. However, there are no established theoretical and methodological guidelines for applying these approaches. This project has to deal with this situation and to take into account different cultural backgrounds and discussion levels. This study will help to frame today’s situation and aims to develop sustainable solutions for future urban planning. [less ▲]

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See detailWohnmobilität in der Großregion – eine inter-urbane Diskursanalyse
Christmann, Nathalie UL

Scientific Conference (2014)

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See detailWohnmobilität in der Großregion – eine interurbane Diskursanalyse mit Fokus auf den Städten Arlon, Thionville und Trier.
Christmann, Nathalie UL

Doctoral thesis (2017)

Effects of residential mobility moulding in uneven development in border regions can be perceived very differently by city councils or planners and the local population. This dissertation focuses on the ... [more ▼]

Effects of residential mobility moulding in uneven development in border regions can be perceived very differently by city councils or planners and the local population. This dissertation focuses on the perceptions of population mobility and dwelling in a transnational cross-border polycentric region in western Europe. The economic development of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg calls for a constant expansion of the labour market, attracting cross-border commuters and highly mobile professional elites. The concomitant rises in property prices as well as the extreme housing shortages in Luxembourg have led to an expansion of the housing market into the border regions. So far studies have mostly dealt with the socio-demographic characteristics of the transmigrants. This research aims to detect people’s perceptions of the phenomenon by applying a discourse analysis, thus aiming to trigger an increasing awareness for the emerging transnational housing market. [less ▲]

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See detailWohnsituation der atypischen Grenzgängerinnen und Grenzgänger an der luxemburgisch-deutschen Grenze
Roos, Ursula UL; Hermes, Chantal; Nienaber, Birte UL

in Nienaber, Birte; Roos, Ursula (Eds.) Internationalisierung der Gesellschaft und die Auswirkungen auf die Raumentwicklung – Beispiele aus Hessen, Rheinland-Pfalz und dem Saarland (2015)

In the course of the Schengen agreement of 1992, the abandonment of border controls and the introduction of a common currency, the significance of cross-border mobility in the Greater Region Saar – Lor – ... [more ▼]

In the course of the Schengen agreement of 1992, the abandonment of border controls and the introduction of a common currency, the significance of cross-border mobility in the Greater Region Saar – Lor – Lux, Rhineland-Palatinate – Wallonia – French-speaking and German-speaking Community of Belgium has increased considerably over the last two decades. In particular, atypical cross-border commuters who still work in their countries of origin but moved their places of residence to nearby foreign coun-tries play an important role. The number of atypical cross-border commuters with Lux-embourgian nationality who commute regularly from the Greater Region to the Grand Duchy Luxembourg has trebled since 1999. Atypical cross-border commuters prefer communities as places of residence alongside favourable transport axes, permitting daily commuting because of convenient infrastructure. Immigration causes a population growth in the two case study areas – Rhineland-Palatinate and Saarland – leading, in combination with the increasing number of cross-border commuters, to new challenges in the German-Luxembourgian border area. These entail diverse consequences for planning and future development. [less ▲]

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See detailWohnungselend erkennen und bekämpfen
Tatarinov, Juliane UL

in Duhr, Michael; Clemens, Lukas; Uerlings, Herbert (Eds.) Armut! Didaktische Materialien für die Fächer Geschichte, Sozialkunde, Deutsch, Religion, Ethik und Kunst (2010)

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See detailWohnungsmärkte in Grenzregionen. Der facettenreiche Luxemburg-Effekt!
Nienaber, Birte UL; Christmann, Nathalie UL

Scientific Conference (2015)

„Je t’aime, moi non plus“ (dt. Übersetzung: „Ich liebe dich... ich dich auch nicht.“): so beschreibt die französische Tageszeitung L’Express (2011, S. II) die transnationalen Beziehungen zwischen ... [more ▼]

„Je t’aime, moi non plus“ (dt. Übersetzung: „Ich liebe dich... ich dich auch nicht.“): so beschreibt die französische Tageszeitung L’Express (2011, S. II) die transnationalen Beziehungen zwischen Luxemburg und der Nachbarregion Lothringen. So ließen sich wohl auch die Relationen zu den anderen Nachbarregionen zusammenfassen. Einerseits bietet der „Wirtschaftsmotor“ Luxemburg Arbeitsplätze für zahlreiche Pendler, was die Großregion (Luxemburg, Saarland, Rheinland-Pfalz, Wallonien, Lothringen) positiv beeinflusst; andererseits machen negative Konsequenzen wie die rasante Entwicklung der Miet- und Grundstückspreise in Luxemburg nicht an den Grenzen halt. Der sogenannte „Luxemburg-Effekt“ geht unter anderem einher mit einer Verdrängung von Teilen der lokalen Bevölkerung, die nicht in Luxemburg arbeiten. Der „Luxemburg-Effekt“ beschreibt eine sehr facettenreiche Erscheinung, die sich zuweilen auf Arbeitsmarktvorteile, das Verkehrsaufkommen, demographische Entwicklungen und Auswirkungen auf die Wohnungsmärkte bezieht und somit als eine lokale/regionale Bezeichnung für das Phänomen border paradox angesehen werden kann. Die Wohnungsmärkte in der Großregion weisen unterschiedliche Konstellationen auf. Es kam jedoch in beinahe allen Teilgebieten der Großregion im Einzugsgebiet des luxemburgischen Arbeitsmarktes zu einem Anstieg der Immobilienpreise. Die höhere Kaufkraft der Zuziehenden bringt steigende Grundstücks- und Mietpreise in den Zielgebieten mit sich. Ressentiments gegenüber den „neuen“ Nachbarn sind die Folge. Andererseits zeigen etwa die anhaltende Ausweisung von Bauland und die Zukunftskonzepte zahlreicher Gemeinden, dass Politiker und Planer die Nähe zu Luxemburg als positiv für die Entwicklung ihrer Region bewerten. Je nach Kontext werden demnach die Auswirkungen sehr unterschiedlich wahrgenommen. Das Ziel dieses Beitrages ist es, die diskursive Verarbeitung der raumpolitischen Auswirkungen, die sich aufgrund der Nähe zu Luxemburg ergeben, in Bezug auf die Wohnungsmärkte in der Großregion zu untersuchen. Diskurse über die Wahrnehmung der Veränderungen in Bezug auf den Wohnungsmarkt sollen anhand der Auswertung von Planungsdokumenten und Artikeln aus lokalen Tageszeitungen nachgezeichnet werden. [less ▲]

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See detailWohnviertel in der mittelalterlichen Stadt Luxemburg
Pauly, Michel UL

Article for general public (2013)

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See detailWolfgang Klafki/Johanna-Luise Brockmann: Geisteswissenschaftliche Pädagogik und Nationalsozialismus
Tröhler, Daniel UL

in Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Historiographie (2002), 9

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See detailWolfgang Legler: Geschichte des Zeichen- und Kunstunterrichts. Oberhausen: ATHENA 2011
Priem, Karin UL

in IJHE Bildungsgeschichte (2013), 3(2013), 136-140

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See detailWolfgang Schäuble [biography]
Chiocchetti, Paolo UL

E-print/Working paper (2017)

Wolfgang Schäuble (b. 1942) is an active German politician. He played a key role in the German reunification process (1989-90) and in the management of the Eurozone crisis (since 2009).

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See detailWolfgang Suppan und die Blasmusikforschung
Sagrillo, Damien UL

Report (2013)

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See detailWolfgang Suppan und die Blasmusikforschung
Sagrillo, Damien UL

in Mackel, Eugène (Ed.) 150 Joer Musek an der Stad (2014)

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See detailWomen and growth in the French context: Exploratory findings
Constantinidis, Christina UL; Chasserio, Stéphanie; Masurel, Sabine et al

in GWO (Ed.) GWO2016 Book of Abstracts (2016, July 01)

High-growth companies intensely contribute to our economies and constitute a particular area of interest for entrepreneurship scholars. Growth is also one of the major indicators of entrepreneurial ... [more ▼]

High-growth companies intensely contribute to our economies and constitute a particular area of interest for entrepreneurship scholars. Growth is also one of the major indicators of entrepreneurial success in the literature. Female entrepreneurs’ growth intentions and behaviors therefore constitute central questions for researchers in the field. Our contention is to develop a typology of female-managed businesses, differentiating between various growth patterns. We do not consider women entrepreneurs as a homogeneous group, rather taking into account the diversity of existing realities. In order to develop this typology, we rely on an existing French database, Women Equity for Growth, that has been measuring the performances of women-led businesses for five years. [less ▲]

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