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See detailDer Einsatz digitaler Technologien zur Messung der Bewegungsaktivitäten von Kindern und Jugendlichen – das Projekt „Physical Activity of Children and Youth in Luxembourg” (PALUX)
Eckelt, Melanie; Hutmacher, Djenna; Bund, Andreas UL et al

in Luxembourg Center for Educational Testing (LUCET); Universität Luxemburg; Service de Coordination de la Recherche et de l‘Innovation pédagogiques et technologiques (SCRIPT) (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

In einer technisierten und digitalisierten Welt wird Bewegung häufig zu einer Randerscheinung. So zeigen aktuelle Studien, dass das verstärkte Nutzen digitaler Medien bei Kindern und Jugendlichen zu ... [more ▼]

In einer technisierten und digitalisierten Welt wird Bewegung häufig zu einer Randerscheinung. So zeigen aktuelle Studien, dass das verstärkte Nutzen digitaler Medien bei Kindern und Jugendlichen zu reduzierten Bewegungsaktivitäten führt (z. B. Kaiser & Jovy et al., 2017; Spengler et al., 2016). Gleichzeitig ist aus medizinischer Sicht jedoch ein Mindestmaß an Bewegung unabdingbar für die Gesundheiterhaltung; die Weltgesundheitsorganisation spricht von einer Stunde moderat anstrengender Aktivität täglich (WHO, 2010). Diesen (vermeintlichen) Gegensatz zwischen einem digitalen Lebensumfeld und ausreichender Bewegung aufzulösen und im besten Fall umzukehren wird in Zukunft wohl eine bedeutsame Bildungsaufgabe der Schule insgesamt und des Sportunterrichts im Besonderen sein. [less ▲]

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See detailSi mon vers est trop cru, si sa bouche est sans frein,/ C'est qu'il sonne aujourd'hui dans un siècle d'airain." Modalités du symbolisme révolutionnaire dans les "Iambes" d'Auguste Barbier
Saintes, Laetitia UL

in Decot, Jérémy; Siviter, Clare (Eds.) Un engagement en vers et contre tous ? Servir les révolutions, rejouer leurs mémoires (1789-1848) (2021)

Au mois d’août 1830, la Revue de Paris publie les poèmes inédits d’un certain Auguste Barbier, alors âgé de vingt-cinq ans. Rencontrant un succès immédiat, ces pièces satiriques inspirées par la ... [more ▼]

Au mois d’août 1830, la Revue de Paris publie les poèmes inédits d’un certain Auguste Barbier, alors âgé de vingt-cinq ans. Rencontrant un succès immédiat, ces pièces satiriques inspirées par la révolution de Juillet sont bientôt rassemblées en recueil sous un titre emprunté à Chénier – les Iambes. Ni classique, ni romantique, le jeune poète échappe à toute tentative de catégorisation ; seule demeure, inébranlable, sa foi en les principes républicains. Révolté par la façon dont Louis-Philippe a récupéré les Trois Glorieuses, Barbier dit tout son pessimisme quant à l’avenir dans « Quatre-vingt-treize », chronique de la déchéance annoncée d’une génération – la sienne – incapable de faire une révolution aussi radicale que celle de ses aînés. « La Curée » le voit dénoncer la faim de pouvoir et d’honneurs caractéristique de ceux qui ont cherché leur seul profit dans les révolutions successives. Hanté par une descente aux Enfers qu’il pressent comme inéluctable, Barbier tend à la société née de 1830 le miroir déformant de la satire pour mieux lui faire saisir l’ampleur de sa médiocrité et de la déchéance qui l’attend. Maniant la véhémence dans une langue aussi dense que sobre, Barbier devient sitôt les Iambes parues le porte-parole d’une jeunesse populaire ; l’écho qu’il rencontre auprès d’elle se vérifiera tout au long du siècle. C’est que nul n’a dit comme lui, c’est-à-dire au travers d’un vers à la fois rude et sobre et d’images fortes que n’affecte aucun conformisme, l’émotion étreignant l’individu devant les mouvements populaires de juillet 1830 ; nul, surtout, n’a condensé d’aussi saisissante façon le symbolisme révolutionnaire, exalté comme le parfait contrepoint d’une époque sans valeurs ni figures héroïques. Nous nous pencherons sur les modalités de ce symbolisme révolutionnaire afin de déterminer l’image des Révolutions de 1789 et 1830 esquissée par Barbier et dont l’impact mémoriel devait être majeur tout au long du siècle. Il s’agira de dégager les thématiques déployées dans les Iambes, tout en examinant les caractéristiques énonciatives et sémantiques du recueil, afin de cerner au plus près l’imaginaire des mémoires révolutionnaires élaboré au gré d’alexandrins et d’octosyllabes égrenant, selon le mot de Baudelaire, « des pensées utiles et honnêtes » ; c’était là, sans doute, condenser ce qu’avait d’essentiellement, d’instinctivement révolutionnaire la poésie de Barbier. [less ▲]

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See detailLa proposition de législation sur les marchés numériques (DMA) : à propos des controleurs d’accès, de l’équité et de la transparence dans l’environnement en ligne
Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Decrypter la legislation sur les services numeriques (2021)

Une analyse approfondie de la manière dont le droit européen des médias se propose de relever les défis de la régulation des contenus en ligne et des fournisseurs de services numériques par le biais de la ... [more ▼]

Une analyse approfondie de la manière dont le droit européen des médias se propose de relever les défis de la régulation des contenus en ligne et des fournisseurs de services numériques par le biais de la DSA. [less ▲]

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See detailInklusion in Luxemburg: Definitionen, Ansichten und Bereitschaft zur inklusiven Bildung
Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL; Powell, Justin J W UL; Krischler, Mireille UL

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

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See detailLe silence est d'or
van Ruymbeke, Muriel UL

in van Wersch, Line; Fraiture, Pascale; Maggi, Christophe (Eds.) et al Cerner le passé. Mélanges en l'honneur de Patrick Hoffsummer (2021)

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See detailDisruption der internationalen Stadt. Alternative Geographien für Luxemburg
Hesse, Markus UL; Rafferty, Michael UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities & Social Sciences (2021)

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See detailLes enseignant(e)s, acteurs essentiels dans la mise en œuvre des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) dans l’enseignement et l’apprentissage – Principales conclusions d’ICILS 2018
Lomos, Catalina; Luyten, Hans J.W.; Boualam, Rachid UL et al

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Rapport national sur l’éducation au Luxembourg 2021 (2021)

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See detailRésultats du monitoring scolaire national ÉpStan dans le contexte de la pandémie de COVID-19 (Matériels supplémentaires)
Fischbach, Antoine UL; Colling, Joanne UL; Levy, Jessica UL et al

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Rapport National sur l´Éducation au Luxembourg 2021 (2021)

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See detailLe Luxembourg et l’institutionnalisation de la justice internationale : un exemple de politique juridique extérieure (1863-1940)
Erpelding, Michel UL

in Fritz, Vera; Scuto, Denis; Wingerter, Elisabeth (Eds.) Histoire de la Justice au Luxembourg (1795 à nos jours) : Institutions, organisation, acteurs (2021)

Based on both printed and archival sources, chapter examines the foreign policy of Luxembourg in the field of international adjudication, from the 1860s, when Luxembourg had its first experience with ... [more ▼]

Based on both printed and archival sources, chapter examines the foreign policy of Luxembourg in the field of international adjudication, from the 1860s, when Luxembourg had its first experience with international arbitration, until the interwar period, when Luxembourg sought to preserve its independence by systematically signing arbitration treaties with Western states. [less ▲]

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See detailBefunde aus dem nationalen Bildungsmonitoring ÉpStan vor dem Hintergrund der COVID-19 Pandemie (Supplement)
Fischbach, Antoine UL; Colling, Joanne UL; Levy, Jessica UL et al

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

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See detailLehrkräfte als maßgebliche Akteur*innen beim Einsatz von Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologie (IKT) in Lern- und Lehrprozessen – Zentrale Ergebnisse der ICILS 2018
Lomos, Catalina; Luyten, Hans J.W.; Boualam, Rachid UL et al

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

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See detailFactsheet No. 6. Studierende in Luxemburg
Gewinner, Irina UL; Haas, Christina UL; Hadjar, Andreas UL

in University of Luxembourg, LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

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See detailRésultats du monitoring scolaire national ÉpStan dans le contexte de la pandémie de COVID-19
Fischbach, Antoine UL; Colling, Joanne UL; Levy, Jessica UL et al

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Rapport national sur l’éducation au Luxembourg 2021 (2021)

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See detailBefunde aus dem nationalen Bildungsmonitoring ÉpStan vor dem Hintergrund der COVID-19- Pandemie
Fischbach, Antoine UL; Colling, Joanne UL; Levy, Jessica UL et al

in LUCET; SCRIPT (Eds.) Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

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See detailDer Vorschlag für ein Gesetz über digitale Märkte (DMA): Von Gatekeepern, Fairness und Transparenz im Online-Umfeld
Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Die Entschlüsselung des Gesetzespakets zu digitalen Diensten (2021)

Eine hochaktuelle Analyse, wie die europäische Mediengesetzgebung mit den Herausforderungen der Regulierung von Online-Inhalten und denjenigen, die digitale Dienste anbieten, umzugehen gedenkt - in Form ... [more ▼]

Eine hochaktuelle Analyse, wie die europäische Mediengesetzgebung mit den Herausforderungen der Regulierung von Online-Inhalten und denjenigen, die digitale Dienste anbieten, umzugehen gedenkt - in Form des Gesetzespakets zu digitalen Diensten. [less ▲]

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See detailQuantitative Analysis of EEG in Instrumentalists During Music Reading
Buzás, Zsuzsa; Sagrillo, Damien François UL; Papp, Lilla et al

in Sagrillo, Damien François; Graziano, John; Marshall, Nigel (Eds.) Festschrift in Honour of Raoul F. Camus' Ninetieth Anniversary (2021)

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See detailThe Amateur Band Movement in Luxembourg. Membership. Repertoire
Sagrillo, Damien François UL

in Sagrillo, Damien François; Graziano, John; Marshall, Nigel (Eds.) Festschrift in Honour of Raoul F. Camus' Ninetieth Anniversary (2021)

This article is a further development of: http://hdl.handle.net/10993/47768.

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See detailLuxembourg Economy: In the Aftermath of the Pandemic
Danescu, Elena UL

in Hartlley, Cathy (Ed.) Western Europe 2022 (2021)

The series of measures, which helped to mitigate the short-term social and economic consequences of the crisis while paving the way for effective medium- and long-term strategies, entailed spending of ... [more ▼]

The series of measures, which helped to mitigate the short-term social and economic consequences of the crisis while paving the way for effective medium- and long-term strategies, entailed spending of approximately €2,050m. (an increase of 21.9% compared with 2019). In terms of structural improvements to SMEs, which underpin the Luxembourg economy, capital grants increased by €142.7m. compared with 2019, while investment expenditure rose by €301.8m. (26.2% higher than in 2019). Social benefits grew by an even higher proportion, increasing by 88.6% between June 2019 and June 2021 (an increase of €797.6m.). [less ▲]

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See detailSowjetische Kriegsgefangene und Ostarbeiter_innen in Luxemburg 1942-1944
Ganschow, Inna UL

in Schroeder, Frank; Hoffmann, Elisabeth; Courtoy, Jérôme (Eds.) Luxemburg und das dritte Reich (2021)

The article provides an overview of the categories of forced workers from the USSR in Luxembourg during the Second World War. In particular, in addition to specific figures, selected biographies of both ... [more ▼]

The article provides an overview of the categories of forced workers from the USSR in Luxembourg during the Second World War. In particular, in addition to specific figures, selected biographies of both Soviet prisoners of war and civilian "Eastern workers" are given. The article treats their transportation from the Nazi-occupied Soviet territories, the life in a Luxembourger camp, living conditions, supply of clothes and shoes, food, working conditions and punishments. It also provides examples of the Luxembourg population sheltering prisoners who escaped from the camp. The article ends with a statistical summary of the penalties for collaboration, which were subjected to forced workers who returned to their Soviet homeland. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Zwangsrekrutierten in der sowjetischen Gefangenschaft
Ganschow, Inna UL

in Schroeder, Frank; Hoffmann, Elisabeth; Courtoy, Jérôme (Eds.) Luxemburg und das Dritte Reich (2021)

The article describes the difficulties of returning from Soviet captivity of the Luxembourgers who were drafted into the German Wehrmacht. On concrete examples, it is shown what was the path even of those ... [more ▼]

The article describes the difficulties of returning from Soviet captivity of the Luxembourgers who were drafted into the German Wehrmacht. On concrete examples, it is shown what was the path even of those young people into the German army who actively resisted the invaders and participated in the General Strike of 1942. The article also provides an overview of the possibilities in Soviet captivity for building survival mechanisms (learning the language, participating in the theater, writing poetry, songs and creating paintings). Based on ego documents, as well as on diplomatic correspondence between the Grand Duchy and the USSR, it is explained why the Luxembourgers were able to return to their homeland only in the fall of 1945, despite the fact that Luxembourg was already free from the fall of 1944. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Right to an Effective Remedy under the First Paragraph of Article 47 of the Charter
Hofmann, Herwig UL

in Peers, Steve; Harvey, Tamara; Kenner, Jeff (Eds.) et al The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights - A Commentary (2021)

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See detailWirtschaft, Energie und Umwelt
Schulz, Christian UL; Schmitt, Thomas

in Schneider-Sliwa, Rita; Braun, Boris; Helbrecht, Ilse (Eds.) et al Humangeographie (2021)

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See detailZesummenaarbecht mat der Uni Lëtzebuerg
Ganschow, Inna UL

in Scholer, Paul (Ed.) Tambow 1943-1945 – 75 Joer zeréck an d’Heemecht (2021)

In this part of the book is a review on the diverse academic forms in which University of Luxembourg and C2DH are active on the research of contemporary history in Luxembourg and Russia in an ... [more ▼]

In this part of the book is a review on the diverse academic forms in which University of Luxembourg and C2DH are active on the research of contemporary history in Luxembourg and Russia in an interdisciplinary manner and from a transnational perspective. [less ▲]

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See detailL'application du droit de la consommation aux applications traceuses
Negre, Damien UL

in Poillot, Elise; Lenzini, Gabriele; Resta, Giorgio (Eds.) et al DATA PROTECTION IN THE CONTEXT OF COVID-19 A SHORT (HI)STORY OF TRACING APPLICATIONS (2021)

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See detailCyborg, IA et société "cyborgisée" : l’avènement d’une société-ruche
Derian, Maxime UL

in Collectif (Ed.) Aux frontières de l'humain (2021)

If the cyborg remains a human - repaired, augmented or diminished -, the emergence of metaphorical or real figures such as the latter as well as hybrids, robots, drones and AIs, is perhaps the expression ... [more ▼]

If the cyborg remains a human - repaired, augmented or diminished -, the emergence of metaphorical or real figures such as the latter as well as hybrids, robots, drones and AIs, is perhaps the expression of an anthropological major shift. Indeed, beyond the question of the enhanced humanity, transhumanism and the possibility of posthumanism, it seems topical to ask whether it is not society itself that is in the process of becoming 'cyborgised' on a global scale. In such a case, rather than listing the anthropotechnical technologies (of human modification) that have appeared since the invention of computers, it seems appropriate to anticipate and attempt to understand the ethical, political, economic and social issues emblematic of these technologies. Hence the concept of the 'hive-society', used to describe this possible major break in history marked by the advent of an organisation that is above all administered by - and sometimes for - digital machines. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg Cases
Haslehner, Werner UL; Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Kofler, Georg; et al. (Eds.) CJEU - Recent Developments in Direct Taxation 2020 (2021)

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See detailThe Proposal for a Digital Markets Act (DMA): On Gatekeepers, Fairness and Transparency in the Online Environment
Cole, Mark David UL

in Capello, Maja (Ed.) Unravelling the Digital Services Act Package (IRIS Special 1-2021) (2021)

state-of-the-art analysis of how European media legislation proposes to deal with the challenges of regulating online content and those who provide digital services – in the shape of the Digital Services ... [more ▼]

state-of-the-art analysis of how European media legislation proposes to deal with the challenges of regulating online content and those who provide digital services – in the shape of the Digital Services Act Package. [less ▲]

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See detailDemocracy, Freedom and Truth at a Time of Digital Disruption: An equation with three unknowns?
Danescu, Elena UL

in Višňovský, Ján; Radošinská, Jana (Eds.) Fake News Is Bad News - Hoaxes, Half-truths and the Nature of Today's Journalism (2021)

The pattern of a knowledge-based society relies to a large extent on digital technologies and intangible outputs and generate considerable transnational financial flows and gains. These technologies also ... [more ▼]

The pattern of a knowledge-based society relies to a large extent on digital technologies and intangible outputs and generate considerable transnational financial flows and gains. These technologies also play a key role in providing free access to data and information, encouraging citizen participation in public decision-making, fostering transparency and scrutiny of government action and mobilising new players capable of identifying alternative means of civic and political participation worldwide. At the same time, the increasingly impact of online platforms in manipulating transnational public debates, and the surge in extremist groups using the digital ecosystem to incite hatred, hostility and violence are a warning sign that these modes of communication may be having an adverse effect on democracy and that the boundary between fact and fiction is not as clear as we may like to think. The US presidential election campaign and the Brexit referendum (2016), the theories about COVID-19 (that have flooded the web since 2019), the terrorist attack against French teacher Samuel Paty (16 October 2020) all highlight these trends. When the majority of the world’s citizens are using online media as their main source of information, the proliferation of disinformation and the related threat of radicalism and extremism have led to a growing awareness of these issues at international- and European Union level. What can be done to tackle the situation? How should the democratic states with new forms of private power in the algorithmic society? Where should the line be drawn between freedom of expression and media pluralism on the one hand, and intrusion and censorship of dissenting opinions on the other? How should information be defended as a fundamental right? Is there a moral or ethical code when it comes to information? How can be created an environment that is conducive to inclusive, pluralistic public debate? How to equip citizens to develop a critical approach and to take informed decisions? How to balance innovation with the need to ensure transparency and fairness? Could we be witnessing a situation in which algorithms are “dissolving” democracy? Drawing on the archives of the international and European multilateral organisations (UN/UNESCO, Council of Europe, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, the European Union) and several public and private stakeholders worldwide, this chapter proposes: a) to take stock of the issues and challenges raised by the proliferation of fake news, social media and algorithms, and their impact on freedom and democracy; b) to review the regulatory provisions implemented in this area at European and international level; and c) to identify future prospects. [less ▲]

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See detailMarked Surfaces: Analog and Digital Re-inscriptions of a Portrait
Camarda, Sandra UL

in Allender, Tim; Dussel, Inés; Grosvenor, Ian (Eds.) et al Appearances Matter: The Visual in Educational History (2021)

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See detailProfessionsorientiertes Lehren und Lernen in der Lehrkräftebildung. Erfahrungen mit hochschuldidaktischen Settings in der Fremdsprachendidaktik
Morys, Nancy UL

in Grünewald, Andreas; Noack-Ziegler, Sabrina; Tassinari, Maria Giovanna (Eds.) et al Fremdsprachendidaktik als Wissenschaft und Ausbildungsdisziplin (2021)

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See detailUniversalité et rétroactivité en droit des sociétés
Conac, Pierre-Henri UL

in Mélanges en l'honneur du Professeur Gilbert Parléani (2021)

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Allemand, Frederic UL

in Potvin Solis, Laurence (Ed.) Le principe électif dans l’Union européenne (2021)

See detailIngeborg Bachmanns Simultan und die Frage der Rechtsbindung in Zeiten von Multilingualität und Transkulturalität
Becker, Katrin UL

in Walter, Tonio; Schramm, Edward (Eds.) Dichtung und Wahrheit - und Recht (2021)

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See detailLa Covid-19 vue du Luxembourg: exemple et expérience de l'équipe du Luxembourg Learning Centre
Pausch, Marie-Pierre UL

in Effets et conséquences de la crise sanitaire (2021)

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See detailPetit voyage à travers l'histoire de l'impôt au Luxembourg
Scuto, Denis UL

in Leners, Max; Limpach, Marc (Eds.) Impôts et justice fiscale au Luxembourg: les éléments clés pour une future réforme (2021)

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See detailDigital Roots. Historicizing Media and Communication Concepts of the Digital Age
Schwarzenegger, Christian; Balbi, Gabriele; Ribeiro, Nelson et al

in Musiani, Francesca; Schafer, Valerie (Eds.) Chapter Global Governance (2021)

Scholars have successfully attempted to historicize global governance, comparing the Internet to telephone and broadcasting, from a primarily legal standpoint. Among these scholars, historians have also ... [more ▼]

Scholars have successfully attempted to historicize global governance, comparing the Internet to telephone and broadcasting, from a primarily legal standpoint. Among these scholars, historians have also studied particular issues that are relevant to Internet governance, e.g. openness and net neutrality. History is relevant for the concept of global governance for atleast two reasons: to historicize the concept in itself through the Internet/digital age (the evolution and enrichment of the notion in the past 30 years, with key turning points such as the creation of ICANN and WSIS) and to flesh out continuities through time with other “global media” or “global issues,” such as international standardization, multi-stakeholderism, and communication rights. This chapter addresses these issues at three levels: periodization of the key concept of “global governance” since the 90s; evolution of the state of the art/research on global (Internet) governance; analysis of global governance in the broader field of media and communication. [less ▲]

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See detailArbitration after BEPS
Haslehner, Werner UL; Kobetsky, Michael

in Kofler, Georg; Mason, Ruth; Rust, Alexander (Eds.) Thinker, Teacher, Traveler – Reimagining International Tax (Essays in Honor of H. David Rosenbloom) (2021)

Following the introduction of increasingly complex international tax rules through the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project, a stronger focus has recently been placed on mandatory ... [more ▼]

Following the introduction of increasingly complex international tax rules through the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Project, a stronger focus has recently been placed on mandatory binding dispute resolution mechanisms. Despite its great appeal from the perspectives of effectiveness and economy of procedure, mandatory tax arbitration faces a number of political, practical and also legal difficulties. This chapter, which is dedicated to H. David Rosenbloom, a long-standing champion of tax arbitration, considers those challenges. [less ▲]

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See detailNegotiating Migration in European Theater in/beyond “Thinking-as-Usual”
Nonoa, Koku Gnatuloma UL

in Juvonen, Annimari; Lindemann Lino, Verena (Eds.) Negotiations of Migration Reexamining the Past and Present in Contemporary Europe (2021)

First, this contribution discusses “thinking-as-usual” in connection with to- day’s migration dilemma in Europe as the manifestation of a crisis from the per- spective of “social drama.” Secondly, the ... [more ▼]

First, this contribution discusses “thinking-as-usual” in connection with to- day’s migration dilemma in Europe as the manifestation of a crisis from the per- spective of “social drama.” Secondly, the present contribution seeks to question the discourse of “thinking-as-usual” and its performative character as observable units shaping perceptions and staging strategies in some contemporary theater and performance productions in Europe. Thirdly, it analyzes the response-ability and potentiality of some other theater and performance arts which productively address structures of belonging and exclusion stemming from “thinking-as-usual.” Finally, this analysis explores how de-essentializing epistemological approaches of European artistic habits can productively impact the negotiation of otherness and migration in the theater and performing arts. [less ▲]

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See detailVon Erdhügeln, Massengräbern und Einzelgrabstätten - Militärische Begräbniskultur von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart
Janz, Nina UL

in Leisner, Barbara (Ed.) Soldat - Kind - Zwangsarbeiterin - Deserteur. Wer ist in den Soldatengräbern auf dem Friedhof Ohlsdorf bestattet (2021)

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Bodellini, Marco UL

in Financial Stability amidst the Pandemic Crisis: On Top of the Wave (2021)

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See detailExamining Gender (In-)Equality in German Engineering: Considering the Importance of Interest, Perceptions, and Choice
Dusdal, Jennifer UL; Fernandez, Frank

in Ro, Hyun Kyoung; Fernandez, Frank; House, Brittany (Eds.) Gender Equity in STEM in Higher Education: International Perspectives on Policy, Institutional Culture, and Individual Choice (2021)

Germany leads Europe in producing and publishing STEM scholarship. We consider how Germany’s higher education prepares its STEM workforce with a focus on ways gender inequality persists in undergraduate ... [more ▼]

Germany leads Europe in producing and publishing STEM scholarship. We consider how Germany’s higher education prepares its STEM workforce with a focus on ways gender inequality persists in undergraduate engineering education. In this chapter, we analyse panel data from the German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW) to examine the interests, perceptions, and choices of women who ultimately decide not to study engineering. We identify reasons why women may choose not to pursue engineering education and offer implications for recruiting women into engineering. Finally, we highlight promising policies and practices to attract women into STEM. [less ▲]

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See detailEUropean (dis)integration: implications for the Cohesion Policy
Evrard, Estelle UL; Chilla, Tobias UL

in Rauhut, Daniel; Sielker, Franziska; Humer, Alois (Eds.) EU Cohesion Policy and Spatial Governance (2021)

Our paper paves the way for discussing the significance of European disintegration for the EU cohesion policy. It relies on an interdisciplinary literature review outlining how geography and political ... [more ▼]

Our paper paves the way for discussing the significance of European disintegration for the EU cohesion policy. It relies on an interdisciplinary literature review outlining how geography and political science grasp the concepts of EUropean integration and disintegration. This review is mobilised to operationalise a reflection framework in capacity to understanding key aspects entangling (dis)integration. The reintroduction of border controls between 2015 and 2019 is one of the most concrete facets of disintegration. The analytical framework explores on an exploratory level (dis)integration tendencies emerging from border controls. This paper argues that disintegration is not simply ‘integration reverse’ and suggests dimensions for investigating it. The paper concludes by outlining a series of fundamental questions for cohesion policy. [less ▲]

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Leist, Anja UL

in Immergut, E.; Anderson, K.; Devitt, C. (Eds.) et al Health politics in Europe: A handbook (2021)

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See detailJustiz, Richter und Anwälte während der nationalsozialistischen Besatzung im Großherzogtum Luxemburg. Ein Forschungsbericht
Janz, Nina UL

in Lölke, Janna; Staats, Martina (Eds.) richten - strafen - erinnern. Nationalsozialistische Justizverbrechen und ihre Nachwirkungen in der Bundesrepublik (2021)

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See detailAssessment of Mitochondrial Cell Metabolism by Respiratory Chain Electron Flow Assays
Radogna, Flavia; Gerard, Déborah UL; Dicato, Mario et al

in Weissig, Volkmar; Edeas, Marvin (Eds.) Methods in Molecular Biology (2021)

Cellular energy metabolism is regulated by complex metabolic pathways. Although anaerobic glycolysis was reported as a primary source of energy in cancer leading to a high rate of lactate production ... [more ▼]

Cellular energy metabolism is regulated by complex metabolic pathways. Although anaerobic glycolysis was reported as a primary source of energy in cancer leading to a high rate of lactate production, current evidence shows that the main energy source supporting cancer cell metabolism relies on mitochondrial metabolism. Mitochondria are the key organelle maintaining optimal cellular energy levels. MitoPlate™ S-1 provides a highly reproducible bioenergetics tool to analyze the electron flow rate in live cells. Measuring the rates of electron flow into and through the electron transport chain using different NADH and FADH2-producing metabolic substrates enables the assessment of mitochondrial functionality. MitoPlate™ S-1 are 96-well microplates pre-coated with different substrates used as probes to examine the activity of mitochondrial metabolic pathways based on a colorimetric assay. A comparative metabolic analysis between cell lines or primary cells allows to establish a specific metabolic profile and to detect possible alterations of the mitochondrial function of a tumor cell. Moreover, the direct measurements of electron flux triggered by metabolic pathway activation could highlight targets for potential drug candidates. [less ▲]

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See detailThe reintroduction of internal EU border controls: a disproportionate, ineffective and illegal instrument of combating the pandemic
Gerkrath, Jörg UL

in Utrilla, Dolores; Shabbir, Anjum (Eds.) EU Law in times of pandemic. The EU's legal response to COVID 19 (2021)

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See detailLuxembourg: Qualification of Liquidation Proceeds: Dividend Distributions or Capital Gains?
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Kemmeren, Eric; Essers, Peter (Eds.) Tax Treaty Case Law around the Globe 2020 (2021)

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See detailLuxembourg: Article 26 of the OECD Model: The Meaning of Foreseeable Relevance
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Kemmeren, Eric; Essers, Peter (Eds.) Tax Treaty Case Law around the Globe 2020 (2021)

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Schumacher, Anette UL; Heinen, Andreas UL; Willems, Helmut Erich UL et al

in Samuel, Robin; Willems, Helmut Erich (Eds.) Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg (2021)

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Schumacher, Anette UL; Heinen, Andreas UL; Willems, Helmut Erich UL et al

in Samuel, Robin; Willems, Helmut Erich (Eds.) Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg (2021)

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 2 - Der luxemburgische Jugendbericht 2020 beinhaltet eine umfassende Beschreibung des Wohlbefindens und der Gesundheit von Jugendlichen. Die Beschreibung basiert auf der ... [more ▼]

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 2 - Der luxemburgische Jugendbericht 2020 beinhaltet eine umfassende Beschreibung des Wohlbefindens und der Gesundheit von Jugendlichen. Die Beschreibung basiert auf der Wahrnehmung und Einschätzung der Jugendlichen selbst. - Der Jugendbericht nimmt eine sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektive ein, wonach Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit als Resultat personaler, sozialer und struktureller Ressourcen betrachtet werden. - Er analysiert die unterschiedlichen Sichtweisen und Handlungsweisen (Agency) und identifiziert Unterschiede und Ungleichheiten in Gesundheit und Wohlbefinden der Jugendlichen nach Alter, Geschlecht, sozialem Status und Bildungsstatus sowie Migrationshintergrund. - Die Datengrundlage besteht aus mehreren eigens für diesen Bericht durchgeführten quantitativen und qualitativen Studien und ergänzt diese durch Sekundärdatenanalysen. - Die integrierte Analyse der Datenquellen erlaubt ein facettenreiches Bild des Wohlbefindens und der Gesundheit der Jugendlichen in Luxemburg zu zeichnen. [less ▲]

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See detailWie Jugendliche die Covid-19-Pandemie und die Maßnahmen wahrnehmen
Residori, Caroline UL; Schomaker, Léa UL; Schobel, Magdalena et al

in Willems, Helmut Erich; Samuel, Robin (Eds.) Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg (2021)

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 7 - Laut den YAC+-Befragungen aus dem Sommer 2020 findet die große Mehrheit der Jugendlichen die Maßnahmen der luxemburgischen Regierung gerechtfertigt und angemessen ... [more ▼]

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 7 - Laut den YAC+-Befragungen aus dem Sommer 2020 findet die große Mehrheit der Jugendlichen die Maßnahmen der luxemburgischen Regierung gerechtfertigt und angemessen. Jugendliche akzeptieren die Maßnahmen, um andere, insbesondere Risikogruppen, zu schützen. - Jugendliche fühlen sich dennoch vor allem durch die soziale Distanzierung und die Kontaktbeschränkungen belastet und halten diese Maßnahmen weniger konsequent ein als andere Maßnahmen. - Jugendliche fühlen sich von der Nachrichten- und Informationsflut zu Covid-19 teilweise überfordert. Sie schränken ihren Nachrichtenkonsum gezielt ein, um sich selbst zu schützen. - Die Schulschließung und das damit verbundene Lernen auf Distanz ist für einige Jugendliche eine neue Erfahrung und durchaus bereichernd; für andere steigt dadurch der empfundene Schulstress und sie berichten von Lernschwierigkeiten. - Übergänge – insbesondere von der Schule ins Studium oder vom Studium in den Beruf – werden von den Jugendlichen pandemiebedingt als zunehmend belastend wahrgenommen und fördern Zukunftsängste. - Kurzarbeit, steigende (Jugend-)Arbeitslosigkeit und Einkommensverluste führen dazu, dass sich die Jugendlichen Sorgen um ihre Zukunft machen. - Die meisten Jugendlichen haben sich mit der Pandemie arrangiert und versuchen das Beste aus der Situation zu machen, indem sie Tätigkeiten nachgehen, für die sie sonst keine Zeit hatten. Zudem pflegen sie soziale Kontakte online und verbringen viel Zeit mit der Familie. [less ▲]

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See detailWie Jugendliche ihr Wohlbefinden und ihre Gesundheit einschätzen
Heinz, Andreas UL; Residori, Caroline UL; Schulze, Tabea Sophie UL et al

in Samuel, Robin; Willems, Helmut Erich (Eds.) Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg (2021)

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 4 - Wohlbefinden wird von den Jugendlichen komplex definiert und umfasst neben der Gesundheit und einer inneren Zufriedenheit auch ein glückliches Leben mit sozialer ... [more ▼]

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 4 - Wohlbefinden wird von den Jugendlichen komplex definiert und umfasst neben der Gesundheit und einer inneren Zufriedenheit auch ein glückliches Leben mit sozialer Einbindung, artnerschaft und einem erfüllenden Beruf in einer insgesamt sicheren und zuverlässigen Gesellschaft. - Die meisten Jugendlichen verstehen Gesundheit als die Abwesenheit von Krankheit und sie sind insgesamt nur wenig durch Krankheiten betroffen. Mädchen und junge Frauen haben häufiger multiple psychosomatische Beschwerden, diagnostizierte psychische Krankheiten, Stress und moderate depressive Symptome im Vergleich zu Jungen bzw. jungen Männern. - Bei drei Viertel der luxemburgischen Jugendlichen sind das affektive Wohlbefinden und die Lebenszufriedenheit mittel bis hoch. Entsprechend gering ist der Anteil der Jugendlichen, die unzufrieden mit ihrer Lebenssituation sind. - Ein niedriger sozioökonomischer Status geht einher mit einer höheren Wahrscheinlichkeit für Übergewicht, multiple psychosomatische Beschwerden, psychische Erkrankungen, ein niedriges affektives Wohlbefinden sowie eine niedrige Lebenszufriedenheit. - Im Zuge der Covid-19-Pandemie machen Jugendliche sich mehr Gedanken über ihre mentale Gesundheit. Je nach verfügbaren Ressourcen nahm ihre Lebenszufriedenheit ab, nur bei einer Minderheit stieg sie trotz der Pandemie an. [less ▲]

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Heinen, Andreas UL; Schobel, Magdalena UL; Residori, Caroline UL et al

in Samuel, Robin; Willems, Helmut Erich (Eds.) Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg (2021)

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 5 - Jugendliche entwickeln ein umfangreiches Repertoire an gesundheits- und Wohlbefindensorientierten Verhaltensweisen. Ein großer Teil der Jugendlichen ernährt sich gesund ... [more ▼]

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 5 - Jugendliche entwickeln ein umfangreiches Repertoire an gesundheits- und Wohlbefindensorientierten Verhaltensweisen. Ein großer Teil der Jugendlichen ernährt sich gesund, treibt Sport und verzichtet auf Alkohol und Tabak, um bewusst der eigenen Gesundheit nicht zu schaden bzw. diese zu fördern. - Eine kleine Gruppe von Jugendlichen weist ein höheres Risikoverhalten auf. Diese Jugendlichen rauchen und trinken viel, sind sportlich weniger aktiv, häufiger an Mobbing und Schlägereien beteiligt und bewerten ihre Gesundheit und Lebenszufriedenheit niedriger. - In den wohlbefindensorientierten und gesundheitsrelevanten Verhaltensweisen zeigen sich teilweise große Unterschiede nach Geschlecht, Alter und sozioökonomischem Status. - Wohlbefindensorientiertes Handeln zeigt sich vor allem im Freizeitbereich – je nach Vorliebe unternehmen Jugendliche beispielsweise etwas mit ihren Freunden, gehen Hobbys nach oder entspannen sich zu Hause. - Der Konsum von Alkohol oder Tabak, Medienkonsum oder ungesunde Ernährung werden ambivalent bewertet und können neben gesundheitsschädigenden Folgen auch kurzfristig positive Auswirkungen auf das Wohlbefinden haben (z. B. durch Entspannung, Spaß mit Freunden, sozialen Austausch). - Jugendliche nehmen sich als selbstwirksam wahr, d. h., sie gehen davon aus, dass sie ihr Wohlbefinden und ihre Gesundheit in hohem Maße selbst beeinflussen können und nutzen entsprechende Bewältigungsmechanismen und Verhaltensstrategien zur Stärkung ihrer Resilienz. - Durch die Covid-19-Pandemie hat sich das Freizeitverhalten der Jugendlichen stark verändert. Der Rückgang gesellschaftlicher Aktivitäten belastet sie, sie nehmen jedoch alternative Freizeitbeschäftigungen als Ausgleich auf. [less ▲]

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Léglu, Catherine UL

in Peron, Gianfelice (Ed.) Alessandro Magno nel Veneto medievale e dintorni: Tradizione mediolatina e tradizione romanza (2021)

The complicated tradition of Alexander romances in Old French poetry includes several versions of the death and burial of Alexander. The scenes of collective mourning are particularly interesting for ... [more ▼]

The complicated tradition of Alexander romances in Old French poetry includes several versions of the death and burial of Alexander. The scenes of collective mourning are particularly interesting for their depiction of violence in gesture and action. [less ▲]

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See detailSense of Belonging: Predictors for Host Country Attachment Among Emigrants
Décieux, Jean; Murdock, Elke UL

in Erlinghagen, Marcel; Ette, Andreas; Schneider, Norbert (Eds.) et al The Global Lives of German Migrants: Consequences of International Migration Across the Life Course (2021)

German citizens usually leave their home country voluntarily and face fewer barriers, e.g. in terms of freedom of travel or labour market integration. However, when arriving in their host country, they ... [more ▼]

German citizens usually leave their home country voluntarily and face fewer barriers, e.g. in terms of freedom of travel or labour market integration. However, when arriving in their host country, they are confronted with the need to adapt to life in a new society. Analysing data from the German Emigration and Remigration Panel Study, we found that half of the emigrants developed a sense of belonging to their new host society. Moreover, we set out to examine this development of host country attachment. Guided by findings from acculturation and expatriate attachment research, we identified factors potentially contributing to host country attachment and tested these in a series of regression models. Permanence of the intended stay is the strongest predictor, and social integration also plays an important role. Host country language competence is also important for the identification processes. Regarding cultural distance, our findings suggest an inverted U-shaped relationship with certain cultural novelty facilitating the development of host country belonging. Moreover, the data point to a complex relationship between cultural characteristics of the target country and factors related to an emotional settlement. [less ▲]

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See detailPathways to designing a truly sustainable food system for Luxembourg: Take-home messages from crises.
Reckinger, Rachel UL

in Reckinger, Carole; Urbé, Robert; Weirich, Christoph (Eds.) Sozialalmanach 2021. Schwéierpunkt: Wéi ee Lëtzebuerg fir muer? Raus aus der Kris – mee wohin? (2021)

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See detailTrauerdefinition, Geschlechterunterschiede sowie religiöse und kulturelle Unterschiede im Umgang mit Tod und Trauer
Skrozic, Amna UL; Kijamet, Dzenita UL

in Böhmer, Matthias; Steffgen, Georges (Eds.) Trauer an Schulen. Basiswissen und Hinweise zum Umgang mit Sterben und Tod (2021)

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See detailRegional Development Banks in the World Economy
Howarth, David UL; Clifton, Judith; Diaz Fuentes, Daniel

in Clifton, Judith; Diaz Fuentes, Daniel; Howarth, David (Eds.) Regional Development Banks in the World Economy (2021)

In this introduction, we present the categories and the analytical framework that we apply to examine Regional Development Banks, and specifically a form of rational choice institutionalism—Principal ... [more ▼]

In this introduction, we present the categories and the analytical framework that we apply to examine Regional Development Banks, and specifically a form of rational choice institutionalism—Principal-Agent analysis. We apply the categories and framework to each Regional Development Bank in its specific political economy context, with a view to setting out and analysing the similarities and differences among Regional Development Bank. We demonstrate and explain an important evolution in the main objectives of Regional Development Bank lending activities over three distinct periods: from regional integration and development, to market promotion and development, and then to geographical expansion—and multi-polarity promotion for some Regional Development Banks—and a more strategic interventionism in the market, that includes market shaping activities including industrial policy. We explain this evolution in terms of the agency of the Regional Development Banks in relation to their multiple principal—the shareholder national governments. [less ▲]

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See detailRegional Development Banks and the promotion of Public-Private Partnerships: the EIB as a case study
Howarth, David UL; Liebe, Moritz

in Clifton, Judith; Diaz Fuentes, Daniel; Howarth, David (Eds.) Regional Banks in the World Economy (2021)

Most Regional Development Banks in the world have engaged in the increased promotion and use of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs). To explain this rapid and ubiquitous spread of Public Private ... [more ▼]

Most Regional Development Banks in the world have engaged in the increased promotion and use of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs). To explain this rapid and ubiquitous spread of Public Private Partnership promotion and use, this chapter argues that Regional Development Banks can be seen to have acted as agents engaged in slippage. Most—if not all—of their shareholding national governments and loan recipient countries had limited or no prior experience with and knowledge of PPP financing. This activism on the part of Regional Development Banks can also be seen in both Multilateral Development Bank and National Development Bank promotion of PPPs and reinforces wider claims in the literature. More generally, Gavin and Rodrik (1995) argue that International Financial Institutions (IFIs) bolster their long-acquired skills in technical and information expertise in order to remain relevant—a claim that this chapter explores with regard to PPPs in particular. The promotion of PPPs should also be seen in terms of Regional Development Banks operating as agents to move beyond the correction of market failure towards the creation and/or shaping of markets through a particular financing mechanism and with specific market actors (Mazzucato and Penna 2016: 305). [less ▲]

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See detailUnemployment at 50+: economic and psychosocial consequences
Murdock, Elke UL; Filbig, Marceline; Borges Neves, Rita

in Wanka, Anna; Walsh, Kieran; Scharf, Thomas (Eds.) et al Social Exclusion in Later Life: Interdisciplinary and Policy Perspectives. International Perspectives on Aging (2021)

Throughout the lifespan, unemployment has severe consequences in terms of economic exclusion, and overall social exclusion, but is compounded in older age. Within the EU, a growing number of older adults ... [more ▼]

Throughout the lifespan, unemployment has severe consequences in terms of economic exclusion, and overall social exclusion, but is compounded in older age. Within the EU, a growing number of older adults (50+) are affected by joblessness. Job loss at a later stage in a professional career may determine an early and permanent exit from the labour market with significant psychosocial consequences. Herein lies the age-specific risk for older unemployed adults: once becoming unemployed they are at greater risk at staying unemployed. As a result, older unemployed people may face income cuts, deprivation of a central adulthood role and their mental and physical health may suffer. In this chapter, we draw attention to the latent functions of work, and the psychosocial consequences of job loss in later life. Applying a life-course perspective, the aim of this chapter is to explore how job loss can be framed as a form of acute economic exclusion, and how this exclusion can have significant implications for poor mental health. In a context of rising retirement ages, and the lack of preparedness of the labour market to deal with an ageing workforce, it is essential to understand these dynamics to guide policy development. [less ▲]

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See detailGeneral Report on Value Creation and Taxation: Outlining the Debate
Haslehner, Werner UL; Lamensch, Marie

in Haslehner, Werner; Lamensch, Marie (Eds.) Taxation and Value Creation (2021)

There can be no doubt that “taxing income where value is created” has proved to be a powerful rallying cry to instigate a global tax reform effort. A deeper study of the alleged principle’s roots, meaning ... [more ▼]

There can be no doubt that “taxing income where value is created” has proved to be a powerful rallying cry to instigate a global tax reform effort. A deeper study of the alleged principle’s roots, meaning and compatibility with existing national and international tax rules shows, however, that a catchy slogan does not easily translate into concrete action. Instead, a lack of clarity on the intended meaning has opened a Pandora’s box full of half- baked ideas on how to “improve” on the international tax system. So far, despite many thousands of pages of new guidelines, tax policy proposals, discussion papers, academic analyses and a host of legislative amendments prepared in an uncoordinated fashion, the vision of a significantly “better” tax system cannot be said to be any closer to becoming a reality. This study analyses the theoretical foundations for an idea that almost certainly has not been conceived of in consequence of a deep reflection on such basis. It shows that the concept – despite being less than solidly grounded on a sound theoretical base – should not be dismissed as meaningless. The “true meaning” of value creation will itself be created in the process of its use, if it continues to be invoked by policymakers as real changes find their way into more and more national tax systems and international law norms. Rather than an exogenous transformative principle in its own right, it is an idea that itself is liable to being transformed; as its success as a tool for reaching consensus among more than 100 countries depends on it remaining persuasive, it cannot be shaped into just any form and survive. [less ▲]

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See detailValue Creation and Income Taxation: A Coherent Framework for Reform?
Haslehner, Werner UL

in Haslehner, Werner; Lamensch, Marie (Eds.) Taxation and Value Creation (2021)

Digitalization of the global economy has forced a rethink of the allocation of taxing rights along the lines of “value creation”. The current international tax system relies on a vast network of double ... [more ▼]

Digitalization of the global economy has forced a rethink of the allocation of taxing rights along the lines of “value creation”. The current international tax system relies on a vast network of double taxation conventions (DTCs) intended to allocate taxing rights between states and avoid double taxation. However, the system’s logic is rooted in the early 20th century and not fit- ting the modern global economy – particularly in so far as it presupposes a threshold physical presence in form of a “permanent establishment” (PE) to permit taxation in the state of source. Today, the traditional thresholds for giving taxing rights to “states of source” hardly reflect the reality of business activity that strongly relies on intangible assets and the provision of remote services, which are not easy to pin down at any particular place. Calls for fundamental changes crystalized in the OECD and G20 initiated BEPS Project launched in 2013 to reform the international tax system with one overall objective: To “ensure that profits are taxed where economic activities take place and value is created.” Yet despite virtual unanimity on that objective, and great number of measures already taken purportedly contributing to it, there is no clarity on its actual meaning. This contribution seeks to shed light on a potential meaning of "value creation" as it relates to (international) income taxation, employing a cross-disciplinary perspective. [less ▲]

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See detailWealth inequality in the long run
Alfani, Guido; Schifano, Sonia UL

in How Was Life? Volume II: New Perspectives on Well-being and Global Inequality since 1820 (2021)

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See detailAuswirkungen der COVID-19-Pandemie auf den sozialen Zusammenhalt
Steffgen, Georges UL; Sischka, Philipp UL

in Benoy, Charles (Ed.) COVID-19 - Ein Virus nimmt Einfluss auf unsere Psyche (2021)

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See detailA License to Mine: Seeking the Approval of Affected Communities through Operational-Level Grievance Mechanisms
Baglayan, Basak UL

in Social License and Dispute Resolution in the Extractive Industries (2021)

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See detailKrichever-Novikov type algebras. Definition and Results
Schlichenmaier, Martin UL

in Makhlouf, Abdenacer (Ed.) Non-associative Algebras and Categories (2021)

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See detailA temporarily amended version of precautionary recapitalisation
Bodellini, Marco UL; Siri; Gortsos, Christos

in EU Financial Regulation and Markets: Beyond Fragmentation and Differentiation (2021)

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See detailFood Governance durch Qualitätszertifizierungen
Reckinger, Rachel UL; Kapgen, Diane UL; Korjonen, Maria Helena UL

in Godeman, Jasmin; Bartelmeß, Tina (Eds.) Handbuch Ernährungskommunikation. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven im Kontext von Nachhaltigkeit (2021)

In diesem Beitrag wird das Potential von Qualitätszertifizierungen zur Förderung eines nachhaltigen oder ethisch verantwortlichen Lebensmitteleinkaufs, sowohl in Bezug auf VerbraucherInnen als auch ... [more ▼]

In diesem Beitrag wird das Potential von Qualitätszertifizierungen zur Förderung eines nachhaltigen oder ethisch verantwortlichen Lebensmitteleinkaufs, sowohl in Bezug auf VerbraucherInnen als auch Akteure des öffentlichen Beschaffungswesens, vorgestellt. Es wird gezeigt, dass Governance-basierte Qualitätszertifizierungen wie Label effiziente Kommunikationsinstrumente für nachhaltigkeitsorientierte Ernährung sein können, indem sie Ernährungskompetenz und nachhaltigeres Einkaufsverhalten bei potentiell widersprüchlichen Interessen fördern, insbesondere, wenn die Zertifizierung den Mehrwert des Produktes transparent aufzeigt und die definierten Nachhaltigkeitskriterien gesetzlich verpflichtend sind. Political food communication may take many forms, including direct recommendations to public institutions and private households (cf. Reckinger/Régnier 2017), or more indirect labelling schemes that certify various types of quality – from sustainable via nutritious to ethical. The underlying governance claims differ in those cases: in the first one, priority is given to analytical, top-down information to procurement actors and to individuals of a given population; in the second one, action is rather taken in the direction of food production and transformation, be it top-down or participatory, with an associated effort to make the communicated guarantees transparent to consumers. In this article, we will analyse in a praxeological perspective the contrasting governance claims that structure a selection of labelling schemes in contemporary Luxembourg: official ones (such as organic produce, among others), voluntary and regional ones, international ones, as well as supermarket brands blurring boundaries and using overlaps of several labels. We will compare the guarantees and transparency that labels tend to offer in the socio-ecological, socioeconomic, sociocultural and socio-political dimensions of food certification, viewed as a potentially enabling or disabling form of food communication. At the same time, we will examine the potential of these aids for individual consumers’ priorities and public procurement actors’ legal framework in selecting foodstuffs with added sustainable or ethical value, asking the question if such certifications are efficient tools of food communication and ultimately of an enhanced food literacy in an arena of potentially conflicting and crowded messages. [less ▲]

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See detailComment expliquer les reforms du secteur financier en Europe : acteurs, idées ou institutions
Howarth, David UL

in Saurugger, Sabine; Hassenteufel, Patrick (Eds.) Les Politiques Publiques dans la Crise (2021)

This chapter presents an analysis of the public policies carried out in Europe to regulate the financial sector over the pas fifteen years, focusing notably on the role of financial sector and government ... [more ▼]

This chapter presents an analysis of the public policies carried out in Europe to regulate the financial sector over the pas fifteen years, focusing notably on the role of financial sector and government actors, while considering the role of ideas and institutional frameworks. The concern for financial sector stabilization and reinforced supervision in the aftermath of the crisis has led to the adoption of various European-level and national regulations. Competitive pressures within a highly internationalized sector, as well as the many possibilities for regulatory arbitrage, have justified the use of international and, at least, EU-level financial sector control mechanisms. This chapter demonstrates that the crises from which the EU suffered from 2007 led to a rupture in policies and power relations between public and private actors. The strengthening of supervision and supranational supervision is the direct consequence, and resulted in the creation of the three European authorities (EBA, EIOPA and ESMA), and above all the creation of the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) and the transfer of supervisory powers over the euro zone's largest banks to the European Central Bank. The possibility of inadequate national supervision — a situation in which national public authorities ignore or accept the problems of national banks for various reasons — has thus been reduced. The effect of Basel III (international capital guidelines) is also felt on the activities and organization of large banks, encouraged to limit their high-risk activities. Most of the major European banks have reduced, or are in the process of reducing, their balance sheets. Yet to speak of a paradigm shift in the approach of the governments of major European countries, or even the European Commission, to financial regulation is premature. The constraints imposed on the financial sector, apart from the banks, have only partially increased. As a result of the Banking Union, the overall influence of banks has probably diminished at the national level, at least with regard to banking supervision. However, the ongoing weakness of bank regulation in many areas — for example, the weakness or absence of bank structural reform in all European countries with the exception of the United Kingdom — demonstrates ongoing bank influence. Moreover, other financial sector actors continue to be under-regulated and, arguably, insufficiently supervised. [less ▲]

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Deppe, Ulrike; Hadjar, Andreas UL

in Hascher, Tina; Idel, Till-Sebastian; Helsper, Werner (Eds.) Handbuch Schulforschung (2021)

Die Bedeutung der Schule als Bildungsinstitution nahm mit der Einführung der Schulpflicht im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert in vielen Regionen Europas zu. Aus der Industrialisierung in den europäischen Ländern ... [more ▼]

Die Bedeutung der Schule als Bildungsinstitution nahm mit der Einführung der Schulpflicht im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert in vielen Regionen Europas zu. Aus der Industrialisierung in den europäischen Ländern ergab sich einerseits die Notwendigkeit der Alphabetisierung der breiten Bevölkerung und andererseits – im Zuge der zunehmenden Arbeitsteilung sowie Trennung von Erwerbs- und Reproduktionssphäre – die Kinder während der Arbeitszeit der Eltern zu betreuen. Infolgedessen entwickelte sich seit dem ausgehenden 19. Jahrhundert mit etlichen Vorläufern ein differenziertes staatlich geregeltes Bildungs- und Betreuungssystem. Bildung begann somit als Alphabetisierungs- und Betreuungsnotwendigkeit und höhere Bildung blieb bis in die Weimarer Republik (und teilweise bis in die Anfänge der Bundesrepublik im westlichen Teil Deutschlands) meist nur Jungen und Männern aus bürgerlichen und wohlhabenden Familien vorbehalten. Erst im Zuge der Modernisierungsprozesse des 20. Jahrhunderts wandelte sich Schulbildung zu einem Allgemeingut. Im Zuge der „Bildungsexpansion“, dem Ausbau von Bildungseinrichtungen und einer zunehmenden Bildungsnachfrage, die auch mit einer differenzierten Ausbildung und Qualifikation von Personal einherging, ist Schulbildung notwendige Voraussetzung für alle folgenden Qualifikationen in der Berufs- ebenso wie der Hochschulbildung geworden. Seitdem hat sich die Schule als wichtiges gesellschaftliches Subsystem etabliert und neben den eingangs erwähnten anfänglichen Aufgaben übernimmt Schule bedeutsame Funktionen für den Fortbestand der Gesellschaft. Schule hat sich nicht nur zu einer Bildungsanstalt, sondern auch zu einem Berechtigungswesen entwickelt, das Bildungschancen zuweist, die zentrale Voraussetzungen für den späteren Berufserwerb, Status, Einkommen sind. Letztere Aspekte sind wiederum mit weiteren Lebenschancen eng verknüpft, zum Beispiel politischer Partizipation, Gesundheit und Lebenserwartung. Im Folgenden wird der Beitrag nach begrifflich-theoretischen Bestimmungen von sozialer Ungleichheit und Bildungsungleichheit auf historische Meilensteine der Schulforschung eingehen. Anschließend werden zentrale Themen und Befunde der aktuellen Schulforschung zur sozialen Ungleichheit – von Merkmalen von Schüler*innen auf der individuellen Ebene über Lehrpersonen und Elternhaus hin zu Schulkulturen, Schüler*innenkomposition und Bildungssystem auf höheren Analyseebenen – in sechs Abschnitten näher ausgeführt. Zum Schluss geben wir einen Ausblick auf Trends und Desiderate. [less ▲]

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Bodellini, Marco UL

in Sistema Produttivo e finanziario post Covid-19: dall’efficienza alla sostenibilità (2021)

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Fischer, Jessica UL; Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke; Ugen, Sonja UL

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext. Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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Fischer, Jessica UL; Krämer, Charlotte UL; Ugen, Sonja UL

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext. Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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Wollschläger, Rachel UL; Muller, Claire UL; Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext: Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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Fischer, Jessica UL; Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext: Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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Ugen, Sonja UL; Schiltz, Christine UL; Fischbach, Antoine UL et al

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext: Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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Fischer, Jessica UL; Pit-Ten Cate, Ineke UL

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext: Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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See detailPromoting multilingualism and multiliteracies through storytelling: a case-study on the use of the app iTEO in preschools in Luxembourg
Kirsch, Claudine UL

in Lindgren, Eva; Breuer, Ester; Stavans, anat (Eds.) et al Multilingual Literacy (2021)

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Sischka, Philipp UL; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences (2021)

The corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the working lives of people all over the world, amongst others, the labor market has seen a sharp increase in telecommuting. Therefore, the extent of ... [more ▼]

The corona virus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the working lives of people all over the world, amongst others, the labor market has seen a sharp increase in telecommuting. Therefore, the extent of telecommuting in Luxembourg as well as definitions and different arrangements of telecommuting will be presented. Thereafter the chapter looks at merits and demerits of telecommuting and the boundary conditions of successfully working from home by focusing on the extraordinary situation under which telework currently takes place. In this regard, the effects of telecommuting on the individual, the organization and the society are outlined and discussed. Finally, the chapter closes highlighting requirements for effective telecommuting and describing ongoing research about the effects of telecommuting on different working conditions in Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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Poillot, Elise UL; Mancaleoni, Anna-Maria

in Poillot, Elise; Mancaleoni, Anna-Maria (Eds.) National Judges and the European Court of Justice (2021)

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Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Becker, Ulrich; Chesalina, Olga (Eds.) Social Law 4.0: New Approaches for Ensuring Financing Social Security in the Digital Age (2021)

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Cicotti, Claudio UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences (2021)

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Amann, Wilhelm UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Societxx in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities an Social Sciences (2021)

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See detailEntfremdung von der Schule - Theoretische Grundlagen und Forschungsstand
Hascher, Tina; Hadjar, Andreas UL

in Rubach, Charlott; Lazarides, Rebecca (Eds.) Emotionen in Schule und Unterricht – Bedingungen und Auswirkungen von Emotionen bei Lehrkräften und Lernenden (2021)

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Hornung, Caroline UL; Wollschläger, Rachel UL; Schiltz, Christine UL

in Ugen, Sonja; Schiltz, Christine; Fischbach, Antoine (Eds.) et al Lernstörungen im multilingualen Kontext: Diagnose und Hilfestellungen (2021)

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Jaschik, Johanna Maria UL; Fakhri, Yalda; Kuppig, Karin et al

in Dartmann, Christoph; Müller, Barbara (Eds.) Game of Thrones. Das Mittelalter in der Gegenwart. Seminarbeiträge. (2021)

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See detailCovid19 et la re-présentation du corps
Becker, Katrin UL

in Kuriyama; de Leonardis, Ota; Sonnenschein, Carlos (Eds.) et al Covid-19 - Tour du Monde (2021)

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See detailThe True Story of the Active Role of Courts in Consumer Litigation: Introduction to the Speech given by Etienne Rigal, in National Judges and the European Court of Justice
Poillot, Elise UL

in Poillot, Elise; Mancaleoni, Anna-Maria (Eds.) National Judges and the European Court of Justice (2021)

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Heidemann, Dietmar UL

in Illetterati, Luca (Ed.) The Relevance of Hegel’s Concept of Philosophy: From Classical German Philosophy to Contemporary Metaphilosophy (2021)

Hegel’s major claim is that true philosophy provides the complete rational cognition of the absolute. Since by definition the complete cognition of the absolute cannot be cognitively exceeded, true ... [more ▼]

Hegel’s major claim is that true philosophy provides the complete rational cognition of the absolute. Since by definition the complete cognition of the absolute cannot be cognitively exceeded, true philosophy itself must account for the completeness claim. There are three places in particular where Hegel develops this claim: in the Phenomenology of Spirit, in the Science of Logic and in the Encyclopedia of Philosophical Sciences. I explore the different ways in which Hegel elucidates the rational, non-circular explication of how to philosophically conceive of the complete comprehension of philosophy itself, i.e., his philosophy of philosophy or metaphilosophy. [less ▲]

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Hofmann, Herwig UL

in von Bogdandy, Armin; Huber, Peter (Eds.) Handbuch Ius Publicum (2021)

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Deroey, Katrien UL

in Deroey, Katrien (Ed.) Innovation, exploration and transformation. Proceedings of the 2019 BALEAP Conference (2021)

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Schumacher, Anette UL; Willems, Helmut Erich UL; Schembri, Emanuel UL

in Samuel, Robin; Willems, Helmut Erich (Eds.) Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit von Jugendlichen in Luxemburg (2021)

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 3 - Gesamtgesellschaftliche und wohlfahrtsstaatliche Strukturen sind für das subjektive Wohlbefinden und die Gesundheit von Jugendlichen von zentraler Bedeutung und stehen ... [more ▼]

WICHTIGE ERGEBNISSE AUS KAPITEL 3 - Gesamtgesellschaftliche und wohlfahrtsstaatliche Strukturen sind für das subjektive Wohlbefinden und die Gesundheit von Jugendlichen von zentraler Bedeutung und stehen im Zentrum dieses Kapitels. - Die luxemburgische Gesellschaft ist durch einen hohen Wohlstand, Migration und kulturelle Diversität, Mehrsprachigkeit und einen dynamischen, internationalen Arbeitsmarkt gekennzeichnet. - Der luxemburgische Wohlfahrtsstaat verfügt über ein gut ausgebautes Gesundheitswesen und ist durch ein hohes „Investment“ in Soziales und Gesundheit gekennzeichnet. - In den vergangenen Jahren ist in der luxemburgischen Bevölkerung ein starker Anstieg an hohen Bildungsabschlüssen zu verzeichnen. Dieser Trend zeigt sich besonders deutlich in den jüngeren Altersgruppen. - Der demografische Wandel schreitet in Luxemburg langsamer voran als in vielen anderen Nachbarländern, der Anteil Jugendlicher an der Gesamtbevölkerung ist vergleichsweise hoch. - In Luxemburg existiert ein hoher allgemeiner Lebensstandard, allerdings sind Einkommen ungleich verteilt, die Lebenshaltungskosten (vor allem die Wohnkosten) sind hoch und das Armutsrisiko für unterschiedliche Gruppen, insbesondere auch für Jugendliche, ist hoch. - Die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit ist im Verhältnis zur allgemeinen Arbeitslosigkeit stärker ausgeprägt. - In der Folge von Covid-19 hat sich die wirtschaftliche Lage verschlechtert und die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit ist angestiegen. [less ▲]

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