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See detailBurkina Faso: Smallholders’ livelihoods and agroecology’s potential
Kapgen, Diane UL

in Farming Matters (2016), Volume 32.3

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See detailBurnout am Arbeitsplatz in Luxemburg
Sischka, Philipp UL; Steffgen, Georges UL

E-print/Working paper (2016)

Die Burnoutprävalenz der luxemburgischen Arbeitnehmer liegt für 2013 bis 2015 zwischen 15,7 und 18,0%. Während Frauen 2013 eine höhere Burnoutprävalenz im Vergleich zu Männern aufweisen, verringert sich ... [more ▼]

Die Burnoutprävalenz der luxemburgischen Arbeitnehmer liegt für 2013 bis 2015 zwischen 15,7 und 18,0%. Während Frauen 2013 eine höhere Burnoutprävalenz im Vergleich zu Männern aufweisen, verringert sich diese Differenz 2014 und 2015 etwas. Die 25-34 Jährigen Arbeitnehmer scheinen seltener von Burnout betroffen zu sein. Demgegenüber weisen die 35-44 und 45-54 Jährigen über alle drei Erhebungsjahre überdurchschnittliche Burnoutprävalenzen auf. Differenziert man die Arbeitnehmer nach Voll- und Teilzeitstellen, ergeben sich nur geringfügige Unterschiede. Arbeitnehmer, die 0-5 Jahre in ihrem jetzigen Betrieb arbeiten sind im Vergleich zu Arbeitnehmern mit einer längeren Betriebszugehörigkeitsdauer unterdurchschnittlich von Burnout betroffen. Arbeitnehmer, die eine Reduktion der Belegschaft in ihrem Betrieb konstatieren, sind deutlich stärker von Burnout betroffen, als Personen, die keine Veränderung oder sogar eine Erhöhung der Belegschaft festgestellt haben. Arbeitnehmer, die von Aktionen zur Aufklärung von Gesundheitsproblemen in ihrer Organisation berichten, sind ebenfalls weniger stark von Burnout betroffen im Vergleich zu Arbeitnehmern, die berichten, dass in den letzten drei Jahren keine Aktionen zur Aufklärung von Gesundheitsproblemen stattgefunden haben. Differenziert man die Arbeitnehmer nach ISCO-Berufsklassifikation, ist die Burnoutprävalenz unter Managern bzw. Führungskräften am Geringsten, bei Arbeitnehmern die Anlagen bedienen und Montageberufen als auch bei Technikern dagegen am höchsten. Arbeitnehmer mit deutscher und luxemburgischer Nationalität sind seltener, Arbeitnehmer mit französischer und belgischer Nationalität dagegen öfter von Burnout betroffen. [less ▲]

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See detailLe burnout chez les enseignants du primaire: l'influence de l'irritabilité et de l'auto-efficacité professionnelle
Steffgen, Georges UL; Ewen, Norbert

in Houssemand, C.; Martin, R.; Dickes, P. (Eds.) Perspectives de psychologie différentielle. (2006)

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See detailLe burnout des enseignants luxembourgeois: une question de santé publique
Recchia, Sophie; Steffgen, Georges UL

Scientific Conference (2007, February)

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See detailBürokratisch organisiert. Die Schulaufsicht in der Luxemburger Primärschule des 19. Jahrhunderts
Voss, Peter UL

in Jahrbuch für Historische Bildungsforschung (2011), 17

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See detailDer bürokratische Wendepunkt von 1843. Die Primärschule im Prozess der Luxemburger Nationalstaatsbildung des 19. Jahrhunderts
Voss, Peter UL

in Geiss, Manuel; De Vincenti (Eds.) Verwaltete Schule. Geschichte und Gegenwart (2012)

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See detailBuscan actualizar el Acuerdo México-Unión Europea
Velasco Pufleau, Monica UL

Article for general public (2013)

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See detailBusiness and Human Rights: International Context - Keynote
Baglayan, Basak UL

Speeches/Talks (2019)

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See detailBusiness and Human Rights: UIA Annual Congress
Baglayan, Basak UL

Diverse speeches and writings (2019)

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See detailBusiness and Human Rights: Where now?
Baglayan, Basak UL

Presentation (2017, April)

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See detailBusiness Power and Conflict in International Environmental Politics
Affolderbach, Julia UL

in Environmental Politics (2010), 19(6), 1022-1023

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See detailBusiness Process Regulatory Compliance is Hard
Colombo Tosatto, Silvano UL; Kelsen, Pierre UL; Governatori, Guido

in IEEE Transactions on Services Computing (2015), 8(6), 958-970

Verifying whether a business process is compliant with a regulatory framework is a difficult task. In the present paper we prove the hardness of the business process regulatory compliance problem by ... [more ▼]

Verifying whether a business process is compliant with a regulatory framework is a difficult task. In the present paper we prove the hardness of the business process regulatory compliance problem by taking into account a sub-problem of the general problem. This limited problem allows to verify only the compliance of structured processes with respect to a regulatory framework composed of a set of conditional obligations including a deadline. Experimental evidence from existing studies shows that compliance is a difficult task. In this paper, despite considering a sub-problem of the general problem, we provide some theoretical evidence of the difficulty of the task. In particular we show that the source of the complexity lies in the core language of verifying conditional obligations with a deadline. We prove that for this simplified case verifying partial compliance belongs to the class of NP-complete problems, and verifying full compliance belongs to the class of coNP-complete problems. Thus by proving the difficulty of a simplified compliance problem we prove that the general problem of verifying business process regulatory compliance is hard. [less ▲]

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See detail"But I don’t have the time !" : time, learning and agency in the workplace
de Saint-Georges, Ingrid UL

Scientific Conference (2008, May)

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See detailBUT4Reuse Feature identifier: Identifying reusable features on software variants
Martinez, Jabier UL; Ziadi, Tewfik; Klein, Jacques UL et al

Poster (2014)

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See detailBuybacks around the world
Vermaelen, Theo UL; Peyer, Urs; Manconi, Alberto

E-print/Working paper (2013)

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See detailLe bwatoo et les dialectes de la région de Koné (Nouvelle-Calédonie)
Rivierre, Jean-Claude; Ehrhart, Sabine UL; Diela, Raymond

Book published by Peeters (2006)

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See detailBye bye, Siegfried : Der lange Abschied der Luxemburger Frauen vom Patriarchat
Wagener, Renée UL

in In: Not the girl you’re looking for : Melusina rediscovered : Objekt+ Subjekt Frau in der Kultur Luxemburgs. (2010)

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See detailBypassing (a lack of) archives: a prosopography approach of the history of the European Court of Justice, 1950s-1970s
Fritz, Vera UL

Presentation (2018)

Ever since its landmark decisions Van Gend en Loos and Costa v. ENEL, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has played a key role in the so-called ‘constitutionalization’ of the European legal order. The ... [more ▼]

Ever since its landmark decisions Van Gend en Loos and Costa v. ENEL, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has played a key role in the so-called ‘constitutionalization’ of the European legal order. The fact that its jurisprudence has given EU law a proto-federal framework has been demonstrated, analyzed and commented in countless publications by legal scholars and social scientists, who have tried to grasp how the ECJ could consistently pursue its active prointegration path without provoking a rebellion by the Member States. In the historiography of the EU, however, the ECJ was for many decades largely absent. The main reason for this absence is the Court’s long-standing lack of willingness to give researchers access to its archives. It was only in 2016, that the first archival documents from the ECJ were made available to the public at the Historical Archives of the European Union in Florence. Long awaited, they reveal little about the functioning of the Court. This paper presents how I have in my research used a prosopographical approach to raise the following challenge: if the ECJ does not (really) let us inside via its archives, can we get inside by studying those who worked at the Court, and above all, the main protagonists behind its case law, the judges? Could an investigation of their social and professional backgrounds, a study of their networks and convictions towards European integration, the analysis of their academic writings and personal papers, give us an unprecedented peak behind the curtains of European judicial decision-making? This presentation shows that (and how) knowing more about the judges reveals a lot about the functioning of the ECJ in the period in which it laid the foundations of the constitutionalization (1950s to 1970s). By providing key insights on the visions that the first generations of judges had on Europe and their role in the European constructions process, it reveals the dynamics that prevailed inside the Court and explains why the bench of judges became outright provocative in the 1970s. The prosopographical approach also brings to the surface new knowledge on the Court’s relationship with the Member States of the European communities. By laying bare why the first and highly decisive European judicial decision-makers were chosen by the governments, the collective biographies give new insights into the Member States’ expectations with regard to the institution and their reaction towards its provocative case law. Finally, the prosopographical approach reveals that the ECJ had a very active political network, which it used to pursue its strategic legal and political interests, and make sure that it would in its jurisprudence not go to a point where it risked being overthrown by the governments. [less ▲]

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