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See detailWas man in Deutschland über Hochbegabte denkt.
Baudson, Tanja Gabriele UL

Article for general public (2016)

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See detail„Was meinen Sie: Wie viel verdient ein Praktischer Arzt und wie viel sollte er verdienen?“ – Ergebnisse einer Bevölkerungsbefragung
Heinz, Andreas UL

in Gesundheitswesen: Bundesverband der Arzte des Offentlichen Gesundheitsdienstes (2014), 76

Background: As a result of divergent informa­tion about doctors' income in the media, the general public might consider medical doctors to be either over- or underpaid. In the ALLBUS 2010 survey the ... [more ▼]

Background: As a result of divergent informa­tion about doctors' income in the media, the general public might consider medical doctors to be either over- or underpaid. In the ALLBUS 2010 survey the general public was asked to estimate the incomes of general practitioners and other professions and to state how much, in their view, they should earn. Method: The respondents were chosen using a 2-stage random sample (1. communities; 2. population register) and interviewed at home. Data were collected via computer administered self-interview. Results: 1 388 persons took part; 39.9% consider general practitioners to be underpaid, 39.0% consider their earnings fair. On average, general practitioners' income was estimated at € 6 711 gross per month and respondents thought that they should earn € 7 050. Chairmen of large na­tional corporations are considered overpaid by 80.3% and cabinet ministers by 71.9% of the respondents. Shop assistants and unskilled workers are considered underpaid by 79.1% and 73.7% ­respectively. Discussion: The estimates of general practitioners' income vary widely, but only 21.1% of the population considers them overpaid. The means of the estimated income and the “should-earn” income of general practitioners are actually quite close, but most respondents think that unskilled workers and shop assistants should earn more. [less ▲]

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See detailWas möchten Bewegungslernende selbst bestimmen?
Bund, Andreas UL

Poster (2002, February)

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See detailWas schreiben Kinder über ihre Straße? Der Verkehr in meiner Straße.
Scholz, Gerold; Sujbert, Monika UL

in Der (Sach-) Unterricht und das eigene Leben. Festschrift für Egbert Daum (2009)

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See detailWas sind kulturwissenschaftliche Border Studies?
Wille, Christian UL

Presentation (2019, September)

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See detail»Was untergeht, muß gewesen sein.« Scheitern als Kategorie des Literarischen bei Martin Mosebach und Philip Roth.
Mein, Georg UL

in Rieger-Ladich, Markus (Ed.) Vom Scheitern. Pädagogische Lektüren zeitgenössischer Romane III (2013)

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See detailWas war nationale Literatur? : Herders Literaturtheorie zwischen »Regionalität« und »Globalität«
Kohns, Oliver UL

in Amann, Wilhelm; Mein, Georg; Parr, Rolf (Eds.) Periphere Zentren oder zentrale Peripherien? : Kulturen und Regionen Europas zwischen Globalisierung und Regionalität (2008)

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See detail„Was wir wollen, sollen alle wollen“. Spengler interkulturell
Heimböckel, Dieter UL

in De Winde, Arne; Fabré, Sven; Maes, Sientje (Eds.) et al Tektonik der Systeme. Neulektüren von Oswald Spengler (2016)

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See detailWas wird nun ? Die Evakuierung der Südbevölkerung und die Anfänge der deutschen Okkupation
Scuto, Denis UL

Article for general public (1990)

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See detailWas wissen die Betroffenen über die eGK? Heraus­forderungen an die Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Braun, Hans; Hahn, Alois; Heinz, Andreas UL et al

in Jäckel, Achim (Ed.) Tele­medizinführer Deutschland 2009 (2008)

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See detailWas wissen wir über die Osteitis pubis bei Sporttreibenden?
Kelm, Jens; Ludwig, Oliver; André, Jan et al

in Sportverletzung Sportschaden : Organ der Gesellschaft für Orthopadisch-Traumatologische Sportmedizin (2018)

Hintergrund Die Osteitis pubis ist eine häufige Ursache chronischer Leistenbeschwerden. Aufgrund hoher klinischer Unsicherheit sowie dem unterschiedlichen Verlauf der Erkrankung wird die Diagnose nicht ... [more ▼]

Hintergrund Die Osteitis pubis ist eine häufige Ursache chronischer Leistenbeschwerden. Aufgrund hoher klinischer Unsicherheit sowie dem unterschiedlichen Verlauf der Erkrankung wird die Diagnose nicht selten erst spät gestellt. Das Krankheitsbild betrifft insbesondere Sportlerinnen und Sportler, wobei auch Patienten aus den Bereichen Orthopädie, Traumatologie, Neurologie, Urologie, Gynäkologie sowie der Rheumatologie betroffen sein können. Therapeutisch kommen sowohl konservative als auch operative Verfahren zum Einsatz. Material und Methoden Systematische Literaturrecherche, deskriptive Darstellung der Studienlage und Interpretation der Ergebnisse im Sinne der evidenzbasierten Medizin. Ergebnisse Das wissenschaftliche Niveau der Studien über die Osteitis pubis ist, wie die Anzahl der in Studien inkludierten Sporttreibenden, insgesamt niedrig. Aufgrund der Heterogenität der Publikationen ist ihr statistischer Vergleich methodisch schwierig. Klinisch führendes Symptom der Osteitis pubis ist die schmerzhafte Symphysis pubica, wobei ein klassisches pathognomonisches Zeichen fehlt. Die Diagnose basiert nach Ausschluss zahlreicher Differentialdiagnosen (z. B. „Sportlerleiste“, FA-Impingement, Adduktorenläsion) auf der Zusammenschau von Anamnese, klinischer Untersuchung sowie bildgebender Verfahren. Die Osteitis pubis ist eine durch Sportkarenz oftmals selbstlimitierende Erkrankung, die initial konservativ behandelt wird. Bei frustranem Verlauf sind operative Verfahren, in Abhängigkeit der Begleitpathologien, in Betracht zu ziehen. Schlussfolgerung Es existieren bis dato keine Leitlinien hinsichtlich Diagnostik und Therapie der Osteitis pubis, allerdings ein Konsens darüber, dass der operativen Behandlung eine konservative vorangehen muss. Das Evidenzniveau der Studien ist niedrig. Eine metaanalytische Auswertung ist mit den derzeitig vorhandenen Publikationen nicht möglich. Die Anzahl der untersuchten Sporttreibenden ist in Relation zu den sozioökonomischen Folgen der Erkrankung, insbesondere im Profisport, niedrig. [less ▲]

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See detailWashington meets Wall Street: A closer examination of the Presidential cycle puzzle
Kräussl, Roman UL; Lucas, A; Rijsbergen, D. et al

in Journal of International Money and Finance (2014), 43

We show that the annual excess return of the S&P 500 is almost 10 percent higher during the last two years of the presidential cycle than during the first two years. This pattern cannot be explained by ... [more ▼]

We show that the annual excess return of the S&P 500 is almost 10 percent higher during the last two years of the presidential cycle than during the first two years. This pattern cannot be explained by business-cycle variables capturing timevarying risk premia, differences in risk levels, or by consumer and investor sentiment. We formally test the presidential election cycle (PEC) hypothesis as the alternative explanation found in the literature for explaining the presidential cycle anomaly. The PEC states that incumbent parties and presidents have an incentive to manipulate the economy (via budget expansions and taxes) to remain in power. We formulate eight empirically-testable propositions relating to the fiscal, monetary, tax, unexpected inflation and political implications of the PEC hypothesis. We do not find statistically significant evidence confirming the PEC hypothesis as a plausible explanation for the presidential cycle effect. The presidential cycle effect in U.S. financial markets thus remains a puzzle that cannot be easily explained by politicians employing their economic influence to remain in power, as is often believed. [less ▲]

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See detailWashington Meets Wall Street: A Closer Examination of the Presidential Cylce Puzzle
Kräussl, Roman UL; Lucas, André; Rijsbergen, David R. et al

E-print/Working paper (2013)

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See detailWasser in der mittelalterlichen Stadt Luxemburg
Pauly, Michel UL

Article for general public (2020)

Der Beitrag untersucht die Wasserversorgung mittels Brunnen und Zisternen in der auf Fels gebauten Stadt und die Entsorgung von Schmutzwasser sowie die Rolle des Flusswassers für Fischrei und Mühlen.

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See detailWaste Management for Lunar Resources Activities: Towards a Circular Lunar Economy
Salmeri, Antonino UL; Pino, Paolo; Humes, Shayna et al

in Proceedings of the 71st International Astronautical Congress - The Cyberspace Edition (2020, October)

Space resources activities are currently the objective of a thriving, cross-disciplinary, global effort aimed at assessing their role and potential in the future of humankind. New, innovative mission ... [more ▼]

Space resources activities are currently the objective of a thriving, cross-disciplinary, global effort aimed at assessing their role and potential in the future of humankind. New, innovative mission concepts, legal frameworks, and advanced technologies are being actively developed and proposed with the final goal of enabling profitable and efficient space resource utilization. The immediate location for these impacts is the Moon. In sight of this bright cohort of imminent perspectives, it’s imperative for the global community to properly assess the potential effects and consequences of the forthcoming space resources activities, with the goal of including sustainability in the foundations of the ongoing progress and ensuring its enforcement in every future endeavour. Within this context, this paper addresses the topics of Moon mining waste management and a lunar circular economy as key issues in the sustainable utilization of space resources. The most promising technologies are considered for lunar resources extraction and processing - with special focus on water - correlating their waste generation potential to the scale of the efforts implemented and to the projected availability of the resources of interest. Importance is also given to the corollary activities of space mining - such as logistics and transport operations - for their implications in waste management. Protocols and technologies with the lower waste generation potential are identified and further scenarios are elaborated for waste handling, reduction, reuse, and recycle, as well as end-of-life strategies for mining plants. This report’s recommendations are proposed for the development of incremental regulation for waste management, including but not limited to the definition of common areas of non-interest for waste disposal and regulatory obligations for conducting impact assessments before the establishment of mining activities. Please note that the present paper has been developed under the auspices of the Space Generation Advisory Council, as part of the activities of the Space Exploration Project Group. [less ▲]

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See detailWaste- and Cd-Free Inkjet-Printed Zn(O,S) Buffer for Cu(In,Ga)(S,Se)2 Thin-Film Solar Cells
Chu, van Ben UL; Siopa, Daniel UL; Debot, Alice UL et al

in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces (2021), 13

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See detail'Wat d'Hemecht as, dat froen s'oft' - Die Konstruktion der Staatsbürger im Luxemburger Naturwissenschaftscurriculum
Schreiber, Catherina UL

in Götz, Margarethe; Vogt, Michaela (Eds.) Schulwissen für und über Kinder (2016)

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