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See detailFamily in a multicultural context: Country report for Luxembourg
Albert, Isabelle UL; Heinz, Andreas UL

in Albert, Isabelle; Emirhafizovic, Mirza; Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa (Eds.) et al Families and family values in society and culture (2021)

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small country in the heart of Europe, neighbouring France, Germany and Belgium, counting on 1 January of 2019 613.894 inhabitants on a total area of 2,586 km² ... [more ▼]

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is a small country in the heart of Europe, neighbouring France, Germany and Belgium, counting on 1 January of 2019 613.894 inhabitants on a total area of 2,586 km². Immigration and cultural diversity have become one of the key features in the last years as the share of foreigners has constantly increased to now 47% of the population (Statec, 2019). Recent migrants live on the territory along with ageing migrants who are now close to retirement, as well as earlier generations of migrants. Luxembourg can therefore today be characterized as super-diverse (Vertovec, 2007) and is seen as a sample case for European integration, certainly of high interest also regarding intergenerational family solidarity in the light of migration. We will outline the complex demographic picture in the following sections, focusing on socio-economic aspects as well as social policy issues and have then a closer look on intergenerational family solidarity and future areas of research. [less ▲]

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See detailPremières réflexions pour un droit décroissant : l’exemple du droit des contrats
Hiez, David UL

in Mélanges en l'honneur de Pascal Ancel (2021)

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See detailDas illustrierte Flugblatt als Wissensmedium der Frühen Neuzeit. Zeigestrategien und Vermittlungspotenzial eines zweikanaligen Kommunikationssystems.
Te Heesen, Kerstin UL

in Kollman, Stefanie; Reh, Sabine (Eds.) Zeigen und Bildung. Das Bild als Medium der Unterrichtung seit der frühen Neuzeit. 1. Workshop "Pictura Paedagogica Online: Pädagogisches Wissen in Bildern" (2021)

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See detailEmotionen im inklusiven Unterricht
Zurbriggen, Carmen UL; Schmidt, Philipp

in Gläser-Zikuda, Michaela; Hofmann, Florian; Frederking, Volker (Eds.) Emotionen im Unterricht. Psychologische, pädagogische und fachdidaktische Perspektiven (2021)

Emotionen im inklusiven Unterricht wurden bislang noch selten untersucht. Erste Untersuchungen weisen darauf hin, dass Binnendifferenzierung, Individualisierung und kooperatives Lernen – als zentrale ... [more ▼]

Emotionen im inklusiven Unterricht wurden bislang noch selten untersucht. Erste Untersuchungen weisen darauf hin, dass Binnendifferenzierung, Individualisierung und kooperatives Lernen – als zentrale Merkmale eines inklusiven Unterrichts – sich positiv auf das emotionale Erleben von Schüler*innen auswirken. Implikationen für die Praxis werden aufgezeigt und weiterführend diskutiert. [less ▲]

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See detailScaling Limits of Linear Random Fields on $\mathbb{Z}^2$ with General Dependence Axis
Pilipauskaite, Vytauté UL; Surgailis, Donatas

in Vares, Maria Eulalia; Fernandez, Roberto; Fontes, Luiz Renato (Eds.) et al In and Out of Equilibrium 3: Celebrating Vladas Sidoravicius (2021)

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See detail"Confinement vôtre". Relire Barthes à l'époque du coronavirus
Roelens, Nathalie UL

in Self and Society in the Corona Crisis (2021)

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See detailIntergenerational Family Solidarity across Europe
Albert, Isabelle UL; Emirhafizovic, Mirza; Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa et al

in Albert, Isabelle; Emirhafizovic, Mirza; Shpigelman, Carmit-Noa (Eds.) et al Families and family values in society and culture (2021)

The global trend of ageing populations is particularly pronounced in Europe. In the wake of increased life expectancies, intergenerational family relationships have become more and more important over the ... [more ▼]

The global trend of ageing populations is particularly pronounced in Europe. In the wake of increased life expectancies, intergenerational family relationships have become more and more important over the last few decades. The COST Action INTERFASOL started from the claim that in light of these developments societies need to develop mechanisms, programs and policies that will support solidarity between the young, middle and older generations. Although considerable research activities in the field of intergenerational relations have been carried out in the last years, a lack in coordination and integration of different studies from different settings was noted. Bringing together research from different countries to coordinate studies and synthesize results is not an easy endeavor but it has turned out as a fruitful venture: INTERFASOL has been successful in bringing together researchers from 28 different countries meeting regularly, discussing current issues and not least producing a large number of publications and research proposals. One outcome of the COST Action is this volume which has the aim to become a reference for all those who are interested in intergenerational relations in Europe: the chapters will provide the basis and a starting point for further research. [less ▲]

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See detailHandlungsmöglichkeiten zur Unterstützung von Schülerinnen und Schülern mit Verhaltensauffälligkeiten
Müller, Christoph Michael; Zurbriggen, Carmen UL

in Kunz, André; Luder, Reto; Müller Bösch, Cornelia (Eds.) Inklusive Pädagogik und Didaktik (2021)

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See detailBewegungserziehung inklusiv. Luxemburger Grundschullehrkräfte im Fokus
Heck, Sandra UL; Scheuer, Claude UL

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

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See detailÉducation physique inclusive – Les enseignant(e)s de l’enseignement fondamental luxembourgeois à la loupe
Heck, Sandra UL; Scheuer, Claude UL

in Luxembourg Centre for Educational Testing (LUCET); Universität Luxemburg (Uni.lu); Service de Coordination de la Recherche et de l‘Innovation pédagogiques et technologiques (SCRIPT) (Eds.) Rapport nationale sur l'éducation Luxembourg 2021 (2021)

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See detailBackground on Urban and Regional Planning
Carr, Constance UL

in Brinkmann, R. (Ed.) . In: Brinkmann R. (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Sustainability (2021)

Sustainable development has been a subject of urban planning for three decades now. Planners and practitioners now have a wealth of materials, catalogues, readers, and textbooks at their disposal that ... [more ▼]

Sustainable development has been a subject of urban planning for three decades now. Planners and practitioners now have a wealth of materials, catalogues, readers, and textbooks at their disposal that discuss local problems and practices. The problem, however, is that sustainable development is a very broad and often contradictory concept that is difficult to implement, and has since become a vector for market-led, exclusionary, urban development and planning. Little progress has been achieved, especially in regard to social equality. At the time of this writing, the global pandemic was also unfolding, which demanded priorities in health care on one hand and opened up new questions about sustainable development on the other. If sustainability and post-pandemic planning (for sustainability) is to be taken seriously, it is imperative to identify, reassert, and re-center social injustices in the productive processes that generate urban and regional spaces. There is a risk that social polarization will widen further still and that it too will be market-led as governments struggle with the crisis. Practitioners need to be careful about how people are included and can benefit from planning practice. There is inspiration from planning theory. Knowledge of public interest, differing epistemologies and ontologies, problems of racism and class, and a revival of kindness in political democratic are some ideas that publicly funded urban and regional planning offices can promote and assert – in the interests of sustainability. [less ▲]

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See detailEconomic inequality and subjective wellbeing across the world
Clark, Andrew; d'Ambrosio, Conchita UL

in Gradín, Carlos; Leibbrandt, Murray; Tarp, Finn (Eds.) Inequality in the Developing World (2021)

We use repeated cross-section data from the Afrobarometer, Asianbarometer Latinobarometer, and Eurobarometer to analyse the variables that are correlated with current and future evaluations of standards ... [more ▼]

We use repeated cross-section data from the Afrobarometer, Asianbarometer Latinobarometer, and Eurobarometer to analyse the variables that are correlated with current and future evaluations of standards of living. We consider resource comparisons (the gap in resources between richer and poorer individuals) and the normative evaluation of distribution (conditional on these gaps), given by the Gini coefficient. The ‘typical’ pattern of a negative effect of gaps on the better-off but a positive effect of gaps on the worse-off is found only in Europe: gaps for the better-off in Africa and America have no correlation with current life evaluations and are associated with more positive expectations of the future. There is no positive estimated coefficient for gaps to the worse-off in Asia. The Gini coefficient is negatively correlated with current life evaluation only in Asia. On the contrary, future life evaluations are more positive in more unequal countries in Africa and America. [less ▲]

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See detailGeschlechterstereotype in der propagandistischen Kommunikation
Traue, Boris UL

in Brandmayr, Michael; Köffler, Nadja; Kanter (Eds.) Bilder, soziale Medien und das Politische (2021)

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See detailDetecting the ‘Black Hole’ of age-period excess mortality in 25 countries: Age-period-cohort residual analysis
Chauvel, Louis UL; Leist, Anja UL; Smith, Herbert L.

in Bell, Andrew (Ed.) Age, Period, and Cohort Effects (2021)

In a time of worldwide availability of annual age-specific mortality data, we lack basic tools for detecting and graphing, from a comparative perspective, fine-grained deviations from mortality trends. We ... [more ▼]

In a time of worldwide availability of annual age-specific mortality data, we lack basic tools for detecting and graphing, from a comparative perspective, fine-grained deviations from mortality trends. We provide a new age-period-cohort-based methodology, combining information from age-period (AP) and APC-Detrended (APCD) analyses to detect all-cause mortality increases. Plotting the resulting AP coefficients and APCD residuals in equilateral Lexis diagrams, mortality patterns can easily be distinguished as age, period, or cohort trends and fluctuations. We highlight abnormalities as interactions of age and period (‘Black Holes’). We then investigate the ‘Black Holes’ of mortality of young-adult cohorts in the early 1990s in Spain, other southern European countries, and the U.S., in emphasizing their simultaneously occurring mortality crises. Additional analyses with WHO mortality data and epidemiological evidence from other studies show that these mortality increases likely result from lack of treatment and inadequate public health responses to the beginnings of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. We discuss other possible applications of the new method. [less ▲]

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See detailWealthy and Healthy? Methodological Approaches to Non-Elite Burials - An Introduction
Binsfeld, Andrea UL; Kelp, Ute; Teegen, Wolf-Rüdiger

in Kelp, Ute; Teegen, Wolf-Rüdiger (Eds.) Wealthy and Healthy? Methodological Approaches to Non-Elite Burials. (2021)

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See detailUniversality and retroactivity in company law
Conac, Pierre-Henri UL

in Kusnetzov, Alexandr (Ed.) Российский акционерный закон: сборник статей к 25-летнему юбилею принятия (2021)

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See detailLebens’wirklichkeiten‘ von Sklaven – Überlegungen zum Verhältnis von Gender, Macht und Status
Binsfeld, Andrea UL

in Binsfeld, Andrea; Ghetta, Marcello (Eds.) Sklaverei und Identitäten. Von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart (2021)

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See detail執行にかかる属地主義と銀行口座の越境的差し押さえ
Cuniberti, Gilles UL

in Sakai, Hajime (Ed.) 国際的権利保護制度の構築 多様な権利と国際民事執行・保全法 (2021)

金銭債権執行、子の引渡し執行等、現代的重要テーマの検討。第1部:国際シンポジウム、第2部:研究論文として、海外からの論稿を含め、広範な視座から多角的に考察。第一線の執筆陣による、計16論文を掲載した充実の書。

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See detailVormoderne Glückserfahrungen in der virtuellen (Corona-)Realität
Reicher, Ruth UL; Bendheim, Amelie UL

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

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See detailTraining Cognition with Video Games
Cardoso-Leite, Pedro UL; Ansarinia, Morteza UL; Schmück, Emmanuel UL et al

in Cohen Kadosh, Kathrin (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience (2021)

This chapter reviews the behavioral and neuroimaging scientific literature on the cognitive consequences of playing various genres of video games. The available research highlights that not all video ... [more ▼]

This chapter reviews the behavioral and neuroimaging scientific literature on the cognitive consequences of playing various genres of video games. The available research highlights that not all video games have similar cognitive impact; action video games as defined by first- and third-person shooter games have been associated with greater cognitive enhancement, especially when it comes to top-down attention, than puzzle or life-simulation games. This state of affairs suggests specific game mechanics need to be embodied in a video game for it to enhance cognition. These hypothesized game mechanics are reviewed; yet, the authors note that the advent of more complex, hybrid, video games poses new research challenges and call for a more systematic assessment of how specific video game mechanics relate to cognitive enhancement. [less ▲]

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See detailThe sense of belonging in the context of migration – Meanings and developmental trajectories
Albert, Isabelle UL; Barros Coimbra, Stephanie UL

in Wagoner, Brady; Christiansen, Bo; Demuth, Carolin (Eds.) Culture as a Process (2021)

The need to belong is fundamental to human beings and constitutes a basis for subjective well-being. It is closely linked to further concepts, such as identification, connectedness, attachment, fitting in ... [more ▼]

The need to belong is fundamental to human beings and constitutes a basis for subjective well-being. It is closely linked to further concepts, such as identification, connectedness, attachment, fitting in and feeling “at home”. The present contribution will focus on the sense of belonging in the context of migration in its different facets - cultural, social and spatial - and in relation to different points of reference - national, ethnic and transnational belonging. Applying the lens of cultural psychology of semiotic mediation, the development of a sense of belonging will be discussed with regard to first generation migrants and their second-generation offspring in a life span perspective, drawing on concepts such as proculturation as well as the Trajectory Equifinality Approach. [less ▲]

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See detailJurisdiktionsübergreifende Verwaltungsverfahren und gerichtliche Kontrolle
Hofmann, Herwig UL

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

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See detailLecturer training for English Medium Instruction: what and how?
Deroey, Katrien UL

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

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See detailEin Schritt vor, zwei Schritte zurück? - Folgen einer verpflichtenden Zugriffsmöglichkeit auf verschlüsselte Daten
Schmitz, Sandra UL; Schiffner, Stefan UL

in Taeger, Jürgen (Ed.) Im Fokus der Rechtsentwicklung – Die Digitalisierung der Welt (2021)

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See detailEconomic Perspectives on Well-Being
Borga, Liyousew UL; d'Ambrosio, Conchita UL; Lepinteur, Anthony UL

in Willems, Helmut Erich; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Well-being and health-related behavior of adolescents. Disciplinary concepts, empirical findings, international perspectives, and practical approaches (working title) (2021)

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See detailUmgang mit Ärger und Aggressionen in Zeiten der Pandemie
Steffgen, Georges UL; de Boer, Claudia

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

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See detailOvercoming the Binary Logic in Biculturalism
Murdock, Elke UL

in Wagoner, Brady; Christensen, Bo Allesoe; Demuth, Carolin (Eds.) Culture as Process. A Trubute to Jaan Valsiner (2021)

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See detail§§ 6 bis 15 WpHG betreffend die Eingriffsbefugnisse der BaFin und Positionskontrollen
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL; Lehmann, Mattias

in Schwark; Zimmer (Eds.) Kapitalmarktrechtskommentar (2021)

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See detailSoziale Arbeit und Sozialpolitik in Luxemburg - Entwicklungen und Reformprozesse
Biewers, Sandra UL; Schumacher, Anette UL; Meyers, Christiane UL

in Thole, Werner (Ed.) Grundriss Soziale Arbeit (2021)

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See detailWhat Do We Know About Audit Oversight
Muessig, Anke UL

in Dutzi, Andreas; Gros, Marius; Nowak, Karsten (Eds.) et al Corporate Governance, Rechenschaft und Abschlussprüfung: Festschrift für Hans-Joachim Böcking zum 65. Geburtstag (2021)

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See detailBrechts Geste als transkulturelles Erkenntnismittel im Theater
Nonoa, Koku Gnatuloma UL

in Wessendorf, Markus (Ed.) Brecht unter Fremden (2021)

This article analyzes Brecht’s concept of gesture in the context of contem- porary transcultural theater as a means of cognition for an inquisitive stage practice of cultural self-reflection, self ... [more ▼]

This article analyzes Brecht’s concept of gesture in the context of contem- porary transcultural theater as a means of cognition for an inquisitive stage practice of cultural self-reflection, self-representation, and self-perception. In this respect, Günther Heeg’s main thesis on transcultural theater as a reappraisal of one’s own traditions and cultural phantasms and their distor- tion into recognizability, Alfred Schütz’s reflection on “thinking-as-usual,” and Hans-Thies Lehmann’s Postdramatic Theatre (1999/2006) form the theoretical framework for the present considerations. After approaching gesture epistemologically as a transcultural means of cognition, this contri- bution secondly examines—based on Schütz’s “thinking-as-usual” and on concrete examples of texts as well as theater and performance projects— several theatrical strategies of categorizing what is foreign in oneself and their respective construction of perception in the cultural other. Thirdly and finally, this study deals with the question of the “migration dilemma” and introduces the transcultural theater’s concept of gesture as a means of cognition for transcending “thinking-as-usual” in contemporary European theater. [less ▲]

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See detailThe return of borders. Ein Kommentar zur Grenzraumforschung in Zeiten der Vergrenzungen
Wille, Christian UL

in Weber, Florian; Theis, Roland; Terrollion, Karl (Eds.) Grenzerfahrungen | Expériences transfrontalières. COVID-19 und die deutsch-französischen Beziehungen | Les relations franco-allemandes à l’heure de la COVID-19 (2021)

Der Beitrag geht von einem angebrochenen Zeitalter der Vergrenzungen aus und skizziert, wie die interdisziplinäre Grenzforschung und europäische Grenzraumforschung mit der Renaissance von Grenzen umgehen ... [more ▼]

Der Beitrag geht von einem angebrochenen Zeitalter der Vergrenzungen aus und skizziert, wie die interdisziplinäre Grenzforschung und europäische Grenzraumforschung mit der Renaissance von Grenzen umgehen. Dabei wird die enge Verflechtung der Grenzraumforschung mit dem politischen Projekt der europäischen Integration und ihr Fokus auf die Permeabilität von Grenzen deutlich. Allerdings wird zugleich erkennbar, dass die Leitidee eines Europa ohne Grenzen in den letzten Jahrzehnten erheblich an Strahlkraft eingebüßt hat, zuletzt durch die temporäre Verstärkung der Kontrollen im Schengen-Raum (2015/2016) und die temporären Schließungen der EU-Grenzen (2020). Die zunehmend um sich greifenden Vergrenzungsprozesse in Grenzregionen werden außerdem im Alltag ihrer Einwohner*innen nachgezeichnet. Der Beitrag schlägt abschließend eine Perspektivweitung der europäischen Grenzraumforschung vor, die die Durabilität von Grenzen berücksichtigt und somit Vergrenzungen an den EU-Binnengrenzen besser zu verstehen hilft. [less ▲]

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See detailTechnostalgie du présent: des technologies de la mémoire à une mémoire des technologies
van der Heijden, Tim UL

in Fantin, Emmanuelle; Fevry, Sébastien; Niemeyer, Katharina (Eds.) Nostalgies contemporaines: Médias, cultures et technologies (2021)

French translation of the article "Technostalgia of the present: from technologies of memory to a memory of technologies" (2015): https://necsus-ejms.org/technostalgia-present-technologies-memory-memory ... [more ▼]

French translation of the article "Technostalgia of the present: from technologies of memory to a memory of technologies" (2015): https://necsus-ejms.org/technostalgia-present-technologies-memory-memory-technologies/. [less ▲]

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See detailLe phénomène de répétition lié à la pulsion de mort dans les situations de décrochages scolaires. Etudes de cas
Weber, Jean-Marie UL

in Metz, Claire; Bacqué, Marie-Frédérique (Eds.) L'enfant non conforme? A l'épreuve des normes et des classifications (2021)

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See detailReconstruction et reenactment. L'Histoire et la réanimation du passé
Fickers, Andreas UL

in Tore, Gian Maria; Colas-Blaise (Eds.) "RE-" Répétition et reproduction dans les arts et les médias (2021)

Since the beginning of historical writing, historians, philosophers and poets have reflected on the complex relationship between history and its linguistic representation, between the narrative and the ... [more ▼]

Since the beginning of historical writing, historians, philosophers and poets have reflected on the complex relationship between history and its linguistic representation, between the narrative and the reality expressed in it, between the textual formulation of the truth requirement and the stylistic or rhetorical work of persuasion. For centuries, and even for more than two millennia, this debate has always revolved around a major epistemological problem, summed up by the French historian Ivan Jablonka as follows: "How can truth be told in and through a text? The purpose of this small foray into historical theory is to reflect on the relationship between narrative, writing, interpretation and argumentation in historical writing, and in particular on the changes in these dimensions of historical thought and work over time, notably through the emergence of the 'modern ideal' of historical narrative in the nineteenth century. Next, I would like to briefly return to the complex relationship between historical reality and its representation in sources and media, and conclude with a more general reflection on the possibilities and challenges posed by digital representations of history. But first let us delve into the history of historical writing. [less ▲]

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See detailHegel’s Philosophy of Philosophy
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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See detailIt's a Family Affair: Family Health Shocks and Child Well-Being
Borga, Liyousew UL; d'Ambrosio, Conchita UL; Lepinteur, Anthony UL

in Willems, Helmut Erich; Samuel, Robin; Vögele, Claus (Eds.) et al Well-being and health-related behavior of adolescents. Disciplinary concepts, empirical findings, international perspectives, and practical approaches (working title) (2021)

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See detailEntwicklungslinien internationaler und komparativer Inklusionsforschung
Köpfer, Andreas; Powell, Justin J W UL; Zahnd, Raphael

in Köpfer, Andreas; Powell, Justin J W; Zahnd, Raphael (Eds.) International Handbook of Inclusive Education: Global, National and Local Perspectives (2021)

In diesem Handbuch wird das Augenmerk auf globale, regionale und lokale Fragestellungen Inklusiver Bildung gerichtet. Inklusive Bildung kann dabei als weltweites Paradigma bezeichnet werden, mit dem ... [more ▼]

In diesem Handbuch wird das Augenmerk auf globale, regionale und lokale Fragestellungen Inklusiver Bildung gerichtet. Inklusive Bildung kann dabei als weltweites Paradigma bezeichnet werden, mit dem Teilhabe und Partizipation sowie Prozesse des Ein- und Ausschlusses in Bildungskontexten und darin eingelagerte Barrieren sowie Diskriminierungen in den Blick genommen werden. Politisch-normative Setzungen Inklusiver Bildung – u.a. durch die UN-Behindertenrechtskonvention (UN-BRK) (UN 2006) – werden derzeit in bildungspolitischer Hinsicht national, regional und lokal aufgegriffen und daran anschließend Prozesse der Steuerung in Bildungssystemen initiiert. Inklusion kann dabei als "fuzzy concept" (Artiles/Dyson 2005: 43) beschrieben werden, das sich dadurch auszeichnet, dass es auf nationaler und regionaler Ebene in differenten historisch entwickelten, kulturell ausgeprägten sowie normativ und rechtlich fundierten Bil- dungssystemen aufgenommen und in die Praxis übersetzt bzw. transformiert werden muss. In den deutschsprachigen Bildungs- und Erziehungswissenschaften ist Inklusive Bildung zu einem interdisziplinären Leitbegriff avanciert, der insbesondere in der Schulpädagogik, der Sonderpädagogik und der Allgemeinen Erziehungswissenschaft diskutiert wird, allerdings auch hier mit unterschiedlichen Vorstellungen. Trotz globaler Relevanz stellen internationale und komparative Fragestellungen im Kontext Inklusiver Bildung bislang im deutschsprachigen wie internationalen Diskurs ein unzureichend bearbeitetes Forschungsfeld dar – insbesondere mit Blick auf international und interkulturell vergleichende Forschungsarbeiten. Vor diesem Hintergrund sind in diesem Handbuch Beiträge versammelt, die das Feld der internationalen, interkulturellen und komparativen Forschung schärfen und Inklusive Bildung – anschließend an die Diskurslinien der Disability Studies – als Prozess der Beseitigung von Barrieren und Benachteiligungen in Bildungssystemen und -organisationen verstehen. Dementsprechend werden Prozesse der Exklusion und Aussonderung sowie der Unterstützung und Inklusion mit besonderer Berücksichtigung komparativer Perspektiven analysiert, wobei unterschiedliche Dimensionen von Heterogenität und deren Intersektionalität, insbesondere mit Blick auf marginalisierte und von Exklusion bedrohter Personengruppen, berücksichtigt werden. Aufgrund der disziplinären Verortung der Autor*innen – v.a. in der Erziehungswissenschaft und Soziologie – und deren Beschäftigung mit Behinderungen und Benachteiligungen, rückt die Differenzlinie Behinderung bzw. „behindert werden“ in den Vordergrund. [less ▲]

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See detailDigitalisation du diagnostic pédagogique : De l’évolution à la révolution
Fischbach, Antoine UL; Greiff, Samuel UL; Cardoso-Leite, Pedro UL et al

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

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See detail§§ 675u - 676c zur Haftung des Zahlungsdienstleisters, Münch. Kommentar zum Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuch
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas (Ed.) §§ 675u - 676c zur Haftung des Zahlungsdienstleisters, Münch. Kommentar zum Bürgerlichen Gesetzbuch (2021)

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See detail§§ 134a bis 135 AktG zu den Pflichten institutioneller Anleger, Vermögensverwalter, Depotbanken und Stimmrechtberater bei der Stimmrechtsausübung
Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas UL

in Zetzsche, Dirk Andreas; Noack, Ulrich (Eds.) Kölner Kommentar zum Aktiengesetz (2021)

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See detailThe Breach of Union law procedure and the European Supervisory Agencies (ESAs) : an effective tool suffering from an expectation gap
Conac, Pierre-Henri UL

in The Future of Legal Europe: Will We Trust in It? Liber Amicorum in Honour of Wolfgang Heusel (2021)

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See detailViolence Against Female Doctors, its influence on professional mental health and prevention
Tkachenko, Victoria; Tekin, Nil; Kurpas, Donata et al

in The World Book of Family Medicine (2020)

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See detailThe legacy of intimate partner violence in heterosexual and gay (LGBTQ) communities. New challenges for the family doctor.
Klusova Noguiná, Elena; Chety, Ula; Conde-Valvis, Sara et al

in Baum, Erika; Ungan, Mehmet; Steylaerts, Carl (Eds.) The World Book of Family Medicine (2020)

The “classic” gender violence of the heterosexual couples has left a painful legacy to the LGBT community. Recent researches show that rates of IPV in LGBT are similar to or higher than the rates found ... [more ▼]

The “classic” gender violence of the heterosexual couples has left a painful legacy to the LGBT community. Recent researches show that rates of IPV in LGBT are similar to or higher than the rates found for heterosexual women. Though hardly worked, it seems to be that existing approach programs turn out to be incomplete and insufficient to address this problem in heterosexual women, being practically unknown in sexual minorities. The greater part of health professionals seems to have a vague and unclear knowledge of many basic LGBTQ+ concepts and specific health needs (social isolation, substance abuse, eating disorders, intimate partner violence, cancer prevention, etc...) The reality is that most of nowadays family physicians are not conscious nor trained to identify no manage the differences in professional help need between sexual minorities and heterosexual patients. [less ▲]

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See detailSelf-Regulation of Fundamental Rights? The EU Code of Conduct on Hate Speech, Related Initiatives and Beyond
Quintel, Teresa Alegra UL; Ullrich, Carsten UL

in Ojanen, Tuomas; Petkova, Bilyana (Eds.) Fundamental Rights Protection Online: the Future Regulation of Intermediaries (2020)

This contribution will give a brief overview of EU legislation encouraging self-regulation, such as codes of conduct, communications and recommendations and propose an alternative approach towards ... [more ▼]

This contribution will give a brief overview of EU legislation encouraging self-regulation, such as codes of conduct, communications and recommendations and propose an alternative approach towards fighting illegal content on online platforms, which ventures squarely into co-regulation. There is no formal and straightforward definition on what constitutes illegal hate speech. However, hate speech might be classified as targeting minority groups in a way that promotes violence or social disorder and hatred. The use of social media and online platforms to spread illegal content and hate speech has increased progressively during recent years, as content may be disseminated anonymously and further shared by other users. Therefore, the timely removal or blocking of access to illegal content is essential to limit the wider dissemination and harm of individuals targeted by hate speech. The prominent role of online platforms in revolutionizing modern communication and as influencers of the public opinion has increasingly come to the attention of policy makers. Since online platforms provide an important stage for phenomena such as ‘fake news’, ‘hate speech’ or ‘disinformation’, the pressure to take more responsibility over content hosted by them has grown. The EU Commission took action via several attempts to set certain rules for online intermediaries, mostly relying on non-binding agreements, often in the form of self-regulatory measures, such as codes of conduct, guidelines and recommendations. These measures have raised concerns regarding possible limitations of Freedom of Expression, because they require online platforms to adjudicate on the legality of content, often by relying on automated systems. Meanwhile decisions over the unlawfulness of hate speech and “disinformation” are often notoriously difficult. The deployment of algorithms to analyse the content generated on platforms, such as recognition and filtering technologies, bear risks and pitfalls of automated compliance solutions. Although the use of algorithms to monitor content online still happens based on the “human-in-the-loop principle”, the diligence and efficiency with which illegal content can be reviewed is also dependent on the financial capacity and resources of each company. In addition, these privatized removal procedures maybe influenced by commercial interests and lack effective appeals mechanisms. All these issues throw up serious questions about the democratic legitimacy of self-regulatory removal procedures An alternative solution, proposed in this article, would require platforms to apply a risk-based approach to preventing and removing illegal content. The norms and standards of such an approach would be based on duty of care and be subject to regulatory oversight. It is suggested that the current self-regulatory proposals be replaced by co-regulatory solutions. [less ▲]

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See detailPerception of immigration to Iceland: The host country perspective
Murdock, Elke UL

in Meckl, Markus; Gunnþórsdóttir, Hermina (Eds.) Samfélag fjölbreytileikans: Samskipti heimamanna og innflytjenda á Íslandi. (2020)

With 35.5 immigrants per 1000 inhabitants, Iceland had the third highest number of immigrants per inhabitants in Europe in 2018. Until the turn of the century, the foreign population percentage in Iceland ... [more ▼]

With 35.5 immigrants per 1000 inhabitants, Iceland had the third highest number of immigrants per inhabitants in Europe in 2018. Until the turn of the century, the foreign population percentage in Iceland was around 2%. In the last 5 years, this percentage has risen steadily to nearly 14% in 2020. How is this rapid rise in immigration experienced by the host country population? How are immigrants perceived and what are expectations in terms of behavior? The Inclusive Societies – Iceland project investigated both, the immigrants’ situation in Iceland, but also the native populations’ attitude towards immigration and immigrants. It is important to take the host country perspective into consideration, as diversity ideologies will also determine the acculturation options for minorities. A quantitative survey was conducted among 3630 native Icelanders (51.1% women, MAge = 50.8, SD = 15.6), spread across all regions of Iceland. The questions covered a range of domains pertinent to life in Iceland. In this Chapter only the questions pertaining directly to immigration and immigrants are analyzed. The results indicate that culture contact takes place – with, over two thirds of participants indicating that they have invited immigrants to their home and slightly under two thirds having been invited to immigrants’ homes. Overall, the perception is that immigrants have made a positive impact to communities. The vast majority of participants expect immigrants to learn Icelandic. The greatest divergence of views was found concerning the question, if immigrants should adopt Icelandic customs and values. The findings will be discussed in light of policy implications. [less ▲]

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See detailLes anciens légionnaires et la protection sociale au Luxembourg. Une approche transnationale
Venken, Machteld UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Reinert, Francoise; Sauer, Arnaud (Eds.) et al Légionnaires. Parcours de guerre et de migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France. (2020)

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See detailLe cadre familial et socio-professionnel des légionnaires luxembourgeois de la Première Guerre mondiale
Sauer, Arnaud UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Reinert, François; Sauer, Arnaud (Eds.) et al Légionnaires: Parcours de guerre et de migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France (2020)

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See detailHenri Dieschbourg
Sauer, Arnaud UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Reinert, François; Sauer, Arnaud (Eds.) et al Légionnaires: Parcours de guerre et de migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France (2020)

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Camarda, Sandra UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Sauer, Arnaud; Scuto, Denis (Eds.) et al Légionnaires : Parcours de Guerre et de Migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France (2020)

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See detail« À nos braves » : les monuments aux légionnaires luxembourgeois entre conflit et réconciliation
Camarda, Sandra UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Sauer, Arnaud; Scuto, Denis (Eds.) et al Légionnaires : Parcours de Guerre et de Migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France (2020)

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See detailLes légionnaires luxembourgeois et leurs familles durant l'entre-deux-guerres. Une reconstruction difficile et un enjeu politique
Sauer, Arnaud UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Reinert, François; Sauer, Arnaud (Eds.) et al Légionnaires: Parcours de guerre et de migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France (2020)

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See detailCrowned Heads and Succession Crises : The Design and Reception of Bernard Gui’s Arbor genealogiae regum francorum
Léglu, Catherine UL

in Augustyn, Wolfgang; Worm, Andrea (Eds.) Visualisieren – Ordnen – Aktualisieren. Geschichtskonzepte des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit im Bild (2020)

Bernard Gui is known for his career as an inquisitor but he was also a prolific historian. His illustrated genealogical tree of the kings of France, revised over several decades in the early 14th c ... [more ▼]

Bernard Gui is known for his career as an inquisitor but he was also a prolific historian. His illustrated genealogical tree of the kings of France, revised over several decades in the early 14th c., foregrounds the anxieties and crises that affected the end of the direct Capetian line by stressing a single line of male succession. However, the reception of Bernard's Arbor in Avignon stresses the opposing idea, suggesting that genealogies are complex, discontinuous and multiple. [less ▲]

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See detailMichel Schmit : le parcours d'un Luxembourgeois engagé
Sauer, Arnaud UL

in Camarda, Sandra; Reinert, François; Sauer, Arnaud (Eds.) et al Légionnaires: Parcours de guerre et de migrations entre le Luxembourg et la France (2020)

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See detailMigration, remittances, and child education in Ghana. Evidence from a longitudinal study
Cebotari, Victor UL

in Konte, Maty; Linguère Mously, Mbaye (Eds.) Migration, Remittances, and Sustainable Development in Africa (2020)

Evidence on the time-varying effects of migration, remittances, and child education in African contexts remains scarce. This study employs panel data to examine educational outcomes – school enjoyment ... [more ▼]

Evidence on the time-varying effects of migration, remittances, and child education in African contexts remains scarce. This study employs panel data to examine educational outcomes – school enjoyment, and class ranking – of children whose parents migrated internally or internationally and who received in-kind remittances, monetary remittances, or both. The data were collected in 2013, 2014, and 2015 on a panel of school-going children and youths aged from 12 to 21 in two urban areas with high out-migration rates in Ghana: Kumasi and Sunyani (N = 741). The panel includes children of both migrant and non-migrant parents. Results indicate dynamic patterns of sending remittances over years, with preferences converging toward sending both in-kind and monetary remittances by internal and international migrant parents. Overall, the education of children benefits when they receive both in-kind and monetary remittances. The positive effects are further enhanced when remittances are directly invested in child education. The absence of remittances has more negative effects on child education, especially for girls. This study gives a more nuanced understanding of the dynamic and intertwined associations between parental migration, remittances, and the education of children in transnational families. [less ▲]

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See detailLuxembourg Economy Facing Challenges: A Historical Overview
Danescu, Elena UL

in Hartley, Cathy (Ed.) Western Europe 2021 (2020)

The chapter focused on Luxembourg economy and history will endeavour to explain how Luxembourg managed to achieve transitions from an agrarian economy to a knowledge-driven economy; its current strengths ... [more ▼]

The chapter focused on Luxembourg economy and history will endeavour to explain how Luxembourg managed to achieve transitions from an agrarian economy to a knowledge-driven economy; its current strengths and weaknesses; and its future challenges in an increasingly globalized, competitive international environment [less ▲]

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See detailReflections on our teaching activities in the initial teacher training during the COVID-19 crisis: From “onsite classes” to “schooling at home”
Kreis, Yves UL; Haas, Ben; Reuter, Robert UL et al

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis: Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences (2020)

The COVID-19 public health crisis and the subsequent confinement induced a series of profound changes to teaching and learning in education all over the world (Lancker and Parolin 2020). Mid-March 2020 ... [more ▼]

The COVID-19 public health crisis and the subsequent confinement induced a series of profound changes to teaching and learning in education all over the world (Lancker and Parolin 2020). Mid-March 2020, the University of Luxembourg also switched from on-campus classes to schooling at home for all courses. This transition was more or less smooth for the teaching staff and the students. In this paper, we present our reflections, as lecturers in the “Bachelor en Sciences de l’Éducation”, on how we adapted three courses and the internships, which could not happen as usual. We describe and discuss which aspects of our teaching approaches and the settings within which we have been working so far, might have contributed to a rather successful response to the current health crisis. The insights gained via these forced changes are discussed in terms of lessons learned for future instructional design decisions. [less ▲]

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See detailThe Education Report for Luxembourg
Lenz, Thomas UL; Backes, Susanne UL

in Oggenfuss, Chantal; Wolter, Stefan C. (Eds.) National Education Reports in European Countries. CIDREE Yearbook 2020. (2020)

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See detailCurrent Data Protection Regulations and Case Law in Greece
Bouchagiar, Georgios UL; Koutras, Nikos

in Cortez, Kiezow (Ed.) Data Protection Around the World (2020)

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See detailEGTC: A tool for fostering spatial justice in EUropean borderlands
Evrard, Estelle UL

in Ocskay, Gyula (Ed.) 15 years of the EGTCs. Lessons learnt and future perspectives. (2020)

Border areas are peripheries whose functions have been transformed under the impetus of the European integration process. From former frontlines, they have become interfaces, so that they are often ... [more ▼]

Border areas are peripheries whose functions have been transformed under the impetus of the European integration process. From former frontlines, they have become interfaces, so that they are often portrayed as “laboratories of European integration”. Yet, as their spatiality is shaped by sometimes two contradictory forms of territorialities; that of Member States and of the European Union (EU), they are unequally able to shape their own future. This contribution uses legal geography and spatial justice to discuss three main manifestations of this situation. Firstly, as Member States use the border as a resource and a marker of sovereignty, EUropean borderlands’ own interests are often given lesser priority. Secondly, as demonstrated by the Cross-Border Review (EC, 2017), they face a number of legal obstacles hindering their effective access to EU law. Thirdly, multi-level mismatch limits borderlands’ effective capacity to steer their own development. This contribution outlines the extent to which the EGTC instrument partially tackles these challenges and enhances procedural justice for EUropean borderlands; also shedding light on the interrelations between law and space in EUropean borderlands. It reveals that law dedicated to EUropean borderlands is paramount for them to have effective capacity to shape their own future and for the EU to develop an integration process that is more just towards EUropean borderlands. [less ▲]

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See detail«Property States» and the Financialization of Urban Development
Hesse, Markus UL

in Hertweck, Florian (Ed.) Architecture on Common Ground The Question of Land: Positions and Models (2020)

The process of globalization of the economy and society has fundamentally changed the realities of life in cities in recent decades. Technological innovations in data processing allowed current trends ... [more ▼]

The process of globalization of the economy and society has fundamentally changed the realities of life in cities in recent decades. Technological innovations in data processing allowed current trends such as digitalization or the platform economy to gain momentum. Financialisation and its imprint on real estate markets has made land becoming increasingly included in the sphere of the global exchange economy, as an asset. The mobilization of financial assets is followed by the large-scale valuation of real estate; as a consequence, local lifeworlds are subject to heightened pressure to achieve high rates of return. The chapter discusses the implications of these developments for urban development and sheds light on the particular role of property in two small states: Luxembourg and Singapore. The rather distinct role of the state in either facilitating profit or ensuring access to public housing (at least for some) is reflected in the notion of 'property states'. [less ▲]

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See detailThe role of the European Investment Bank in Times of COVID-19
Howarth, David UL; Kavvadia, Helen; Clifton, Judith et al

in McDonald, D.A.; Marois, T.; Barrowclough, D.V. (Eds.) Public Banks and Covid-19: Combatting the Pandemic With Public Finance. Municipal Services Project (2020)

The European Guarantee Fund (EGF) is spearheading European Investment Bank (EIB) action in response to Covid-19. It will provide guarantees to the EIB and the EIF to reimburse any possible losses incurred ... [more ▼]

The European Guarantee Fund (EGF) is spearheading European Investment Bank (EIB) action in response to Covid-19. It will provide guarantees to the EIB and the EIF to reimburse any possible losses incurred in their operations. By pooling credit risk across all of the EIB’s members, the overall average cost of the EGF will be significantly reduced, compared to national schemes. Financially speaking, this appears an efficient solution given the objectives of a Regional Development Bank – which the EIB can be categorised. Most of the EGF funding will be made available through financial intermediaries – National Promotional Banks and commercial banks. Once the funds are made available and the list of financial intermediaries established, companies can file requests directly with financial intermediaries. We argue that especially in view of the public health crisis, it is high time for the EIB to establish a health sector strategy and step up its contribution from its own funds, beyond risk-sharing facilities with the Member States and the Commission as EGF and IDFF respectively. In its response to Covid-19 economic crisis, it is imperative for the EIB to focus squarely on the final beneficiaries (SMEs, innovation, social and environmental projects) rather than the private financial intermediaries. For the EU’s public bank, the need for assuring transparency and accountability, in view of the increasing use of budgetary and Member States’ funds especially in the public good health sector, is higher than ever. [less ▲]

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See detailOptimal Management of Electrified and Cooperative Bus Systems
Viti, Francesco UL; Rinaldi, Marco UL; Laskaris, Georgios

in Transportation Systems for Smart, Sustainable, Inclusive and Secure Cities (2020)

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See detailApproche socioéconomique de la mobilité des travailleurs frontaliers : entre condition, contrainte et ressource
Belkacem, Rachid; Pigeron-Piroth, Isabelle UL

in Hamez, Grégory; Defays, Jean-Marc (Eds.) Réalités, perceptions et représentations des frontières. L'espace transfrontalier de la Grande Région Sarre-Lor-Lux. (2020)

Mobility of work is a multidimensional concept. It may concern a movement inside a professional career (promotion…), but also a geographical move. In the economic literature, mobility is analyzed as ... [more ▼]

Mobility of work is a multidimensional concept. It may concern a movement inside a professional career (promotion…), but also a geographical move. In the economic literature, mobility is analyzed as either a condition for the realization of a self-regulating market, or a constraint showing the instability of employment on the external markets, or even a resource for the professional development of the workers, the growth of the firms and the territories. Empirical studies of cross-border work tend to temper these theoretical analyses. The characteristics of workers and context elements have actually to be taken into account in order to better understand mobility. [less ▲]

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See detailIntroducing aspects of transformative justice to the International Criminal Court through plea negotiation
Oyugi, Phoebe; Owiso, Owiso UL

in Fraser, Julie; Leyh, Brianne McGonigle (Eds.) Intersections of law and culture at the International Criminal Court (2020)

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See detailChapitres sur le droit européen et comparé de la consommation
Poillot, Elise UL

in Fenouillet, Dominique (Ed.) Dalloz Action - Droit de la consommation (2020)

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See detailChapters on European and Comparative Consumer Law
Poillot, Elise UL

in Fenouillet, Dominique (Ed.) Dalloz Action - Droit de la consommation (2020)

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See detailThe European Union and the Energy Charter Treaty: What Next After Achmea?
Happold, Matthew UL; De Boeck, Michael

in Andenas, Mads; Pantaleo, Luca (Eds.) EU External Action in International Economic Law: Recent Trends and Developments (2020)

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See detailEntwicklung der Europäischen Normung im Verbundbau
Schäfer, Markus UL; Hanswille, Gerhard

in Siebert, Gerald (Ed.) Festschrift zum 70. Geburtstag von Prof. Dr.-Ing. I. Mangerig (2020)

EN 1994-1- ist als Eurocode 4 für die Bemessung und Ausführung von Stahlverbundkonstruktionen in Deutschland als DIN EN 1994-1-1 seit 2012 bauaufsichtlich eingeführt. Im Rahmen des Europäischen Mandats ... [more ▼]

EN 1994-1- ist als Eurocode 4 für die Bemessung und Ausführung von Stahlverbundkonstruktionen in Deutschland als DIN EN 1994-1-1 seit 2012 bauaufsichtlich eingeführt. Im Rahmen des Europäischen Mandats M515 erfolgt aktuell eine Überarbeitung aller Eurocodes, mit dem Ziel, diese in die nächste Normungsgeneration zu überführen und die erforderlichen Anpassungen an den Stand der Technik sicherzustellen. Dieser Beitrag erläutert den derzeitigen Stand der Bearbeitung des Eurocode 4 und gibt einen Einblick in die damit verbundenen Diskussionen und die zu erwartenden Änderungen und Neuerungen. [less ▲]

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See detailCOVID-19 Crisis: Response-Ability and Responsibility of Theatre
Nonoa, Koku Gnatuloma UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences (2020)

This article examines the interdependence of formal and media transformations in literature and theatre production and reception in contemporary context of increasing processes of digitalisation and ... [more ▼]

This article examines the interdependence of formal and media transformations in literature and theatre production and reception in contemporary context of increasing processes of digitalisation and social interactions in the internet. Thus, the question of physical co-presence in theatre and the consciousness of virtual presence in media culture is discussed, including the response-ability and the aesthetic potentiality of theatre in media and virtual spaces during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. Finally, this contribution addresses the related theatre epistemological approach. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Deutschordenskommende in der Stadt Luxemburg im 14. und 15. Jahrhundert
Pauly, Michel UL

in Sarnowsky, Jürgen (Ed.) Studies on the Military Orders, Prussia, and Urban History: Essays in honour of Roman Czaja on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday. Beiträge zur Ritterordens-, Preussen- und Städteforschung. Festschrift für Roman Czaja zum 60. Geburtstag (2020)

Geschichte der Niederlassung des Deutschen Ordens in der Stadt Luxemburg im 14. und 15. Jh., insbesondere ihres Besitzes und ihrer Einkünfte anhand des Zionsregisters von 1457-58

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See detailPenetration of Union Law into the Space Sector
Hofmann, Mahulena UL

in Petrlik, David; Bobek, Michal; Passer, Jan (Eds.) et al Evolution des rapports entre les ordres juridiques de l'union européenne, international et nationaux (2020)

The chapter deals with the evolution of the space competence of the European Union and its interpretation. It analyses the complex relation of the EU to the ESA, and presents national legislation of EU ... [more ▼]

The chapter deals with the evolution of the space competence of the European Union and its interpretation. It analyses the complex relation of the EU to the ESA, and presents national legislation of EU member States. [less ▲]

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See detailThe resourcefulness of Luxembourg’s food system as put to the test by the Coronavirus lock-down
Reckinger, Rachel UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) The Ends of Humanities - Volume 2: Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences. (2020)

Moments of crisis like the current one sparked by Covid-19, engage social, economic, cultural and political institutions of a society and stress-test their resourcefulness, while individual and collective ... [more ▼]

Moments of crisis like the current one sparked by Covid-19, engage social, economic, cultural and political institutions of a society and stress-test their resourcefulness, while individual and collective food supplies become primary concerns. Where does even the wealthiest of EU member States stand when it comes to food sovereignty and specific vulnerabilities, what needs to change and which food policies are needed to facilitate a sustainable food system – both locally and internationally? Combining qualitative, empirical research methods to textual and statistical analysis, as well as transformative research, I focus on key areas of Luxembourg’s food system presenting challenges – specific ones and structural ones intertwined with issues in other countries – and discuss current and planned pathways of optimisation. I will start out with an analysis of agricultural and commercial specificities of a food system with low self-sufficiency rates, linked to meat and dairy specialisations, but also to market accessibility and market structure issues, leading to heavy imports. I will then shed light on pathways currently put into practice by the State, by economic actors, by educational actors and by social movements and coalitions of the willing, advocating ecological, ethical and qualitative production methods. Finally, I will show how the first Food Policy Council at national level that Luxembourg is currently founding is favoring a deliberate shift towards a multi-stakeholder-lead effective food policy. [less ▲]

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See detailFlexible language use in multilingual early childhood education in Luxembourg: Reflecting on its nature and functions
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Seele, Claudia

in Panagiotopoulou, Argyro; Rosen, Lisa; Strzykala, Jenna (Eds.) Inclusion, Education, and Translanguaging: How to Promote Social Justice in (Teacher) Education? (2020)

An inclusive translanguaging pedagogy aims to promote learning and participation by drawing on the learners’ entire semiotic repertoire. The focus of this chapter are the translanguaging practices of four ... [more ▼]

An inclusive translanguaging pedagogy aims to promote learning and participation by drawing on the learners’ entire semiotic repertoire. The focus of this chapter are the translanguaging practices of four early years practitioners in Luxembourg. We analyse the deployment of their linguistic repertoire, their reasons for translanguaging, and the ways in which their practices contributed to inclusion and participation. We found that the practices comprised using linguistic resources dynamically, translating, and ‘home languaging,’ and depended on the practitioners’ pedagogical stance. We argue that multilingual practices need to be embedded in a reflexive translanguaging pedagogy in order to enhance inclusion. [less ▲]

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See detailEnergy-efficient deployment in wireless edge caching
Vu, Thang Xuan UL; Chatzinotas, Symeon UL; Ottersten, Björn UL

in Wireless Edge Caching: Modeling, Analysis, and Optimization (2020)

In this chapter, we investigate the performance of edge-caching wireless networks by taking into account the caching capability when designing the signal transmission. We consider hierarchical caching ... [more ▼]

In this chapter, we investigate the performance of edge-caching wireless networks by taking into account the caching capability when designing the signal transmission. We consider hierarchical caching systems in which the contents can be prefetched at both user terminals or the base station and investigate the energy performance under two notable uncoded and coded caching strategies. The backhaul and access throughputs are derived for both caching policies for arbitrary values of base station and user cache sizes from which closed-form expressions for the corresponding system energy efficiency (EE) are obtained. Furthermore, we propose two optimization problems to maximize the system EE and minimize the content delivery time subject to some given quality of service requirements. [less ▲]

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See detailEarly Language Education in Luxembourg
Kirsch, Claudine UL; Seele, Claudia

in Schwartz, Mila; Prošić-Santovac, Danijela (Eds.) International Handbook of early childhood education (2020)

This chapter examines recent language education laws in Luxembourg as well as the ways in which early years practitioners appropriated the new policies and put them into practice. The chapter begins with ... [more ▼]

This chapter examines recent language education laws in Luxembourg as well as the ways in which early years practitioners appropriated the new policies and put them into practice. The chapter begins with a brief introduction of the linguistic landscape in Luxembourg and a summary of the dynamic development of the country’s early childhood education system. Special emphasis is put on recent changes in language education policies, which call for a more inclusive and multilingual early language education. Monolingual practices now need to open up to flexible language use and offer children opportunities to capitalize on their entire semiotic repertoire for communicating, meaning-making, and learning. The central concerns of this chapter are the ways in which policy changes influence educational practices in formal and non-formal settings and how professional development shapes this process. In order to address these questions, the authors review literature on language education policy, translanguaging and professional development and examine studies on early language education in Luxembourg. Next, they discuss recent initiatives of professional development in formal and non-formal early years settings as well as their outcomes. Finally, they present critical issues such as the practitioners’ reflexivity and responsibility and the sustainability of professional development. Future research directions include family language policies, partnerships between families and early childhood institutions and children’s languaging practices inside and across these institutions. [less ▲]

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See detailEconomics in Judicial Decision-Making: Four Types of Situations Where Judges May Apply Economics
Hubkova, Pavlina UL

in Cserne, Peter; Esposito, Fabrizio (Eds.) Economics in Legal Reasoning (2020)

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Holl, Elisabeth UL; Hale, Miriam-Linnea UL; Melzer, André UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis (2020)

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See detailLuxembourg: Conflict of Qualification and partnership income: autonomous and common interpretation
Haslehner, Werner UL

in Lang, Michael; Rust, Alexander; Owens, Jeffrey (Eds.) et al Tax Treaty Case Law Around the Globe 2019 (2020)

The dispute giving rise to the judgment discussed in this chapter concerns treaty interpretation in the presence of deviating national definitions of business income and thus touches upon a number of long ... [more ▼]

The dispute giving rise to the judgment discussed in this chapter concerns treaty interpretation in the presence of deviating national definitions of business income and thus touches upon a number of long-standing questions surrounding the meaning of article 3(2) of the OECD Model, the importance of common interpretation, and the resolution of qualification conflicts. The issue concerned arose from a different qualification, under domestic law, of the income earned by limited partnerships engaged in private asset management activity: while the income in question was treated as interest and capital gains from a German perspective, Luxembourg’s domestic law applied a legal fiction which resulted in it being treated as business income. In the case, Luxembourg’s highest administrative court (Cour administrative, hereinafter the “Court”) took advantage of Luxembourg and German case law, scholarship and the common legislative heritage of both countries in order to resolve the different income classification under each country’s domestic law. The court did not, however, make use of the Commentary on the OECD Model in this instance. [less ▲]

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See detailLa protection des droits fondamentaux au Luxembourg : Le rôle des institutions nationales des droits de l'homme et de la société civile
Baglayan, Basak UL

in Gerkrath, Jörg (Ed.) La défense des droits et libertés au Grand-Duché de Luxembourg (2020)

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See detailReconstructing the Treaty Network – the EU law perspective (EU report IFA Congress 2020)
Haslehner, Werner UL; García Prats, Alfredo; Heydt, Volker et al

in Duff, David; Gutmann, Daniel (Eds.) Cahiers de droit fiscal international 2020: Reconstructing the treaty network (2020)

European Union law overlaps and interacts with both the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project (BEPS) and its implementation and the member states’ tax treaties between them and with third ... [more ▼]

European Union law overlaps and interacts with both the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting project (BEPS) and its implementation and the member states’ tax treaties between them and with third countries, and there is also an area where all three fields meet. This intersection of EU law, BEPS and member states’ (mostly) bilateral tax treaties is the subject of this report. [less ▲]

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See detailResearch on Physical Education and School sport in Europe - Introduction
Naul, Roland; Scheuer, Claude UL

in Naul, Roland; Scheuer, Claude (Eds.) Research on Physical Education and School Sport in Europe (2020)

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See detailHistorical roots and strands of physical education and school sport development in Europe
Naul, Roland; Scheuer, Claude UL

in Naul, Roland; Scheuer, Claude (Eds.) Research on Physical Education and School Sport in Europe (2020)

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See detailComparative analysis of physical education and school sport development and research in Europe
Naul, Roland; Scheuer, Claude UL

in Naul, Roland; Scheuer, Claude (Eds.) Research on Physical Education and School Sport in Europe (2020)

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See detailThe General Scope of the ATAD and its Position in the EU Legal Order
Haslehner, Werner UL

in Haslehner, Werner; Pantazatou, Aikaterini; Kofler, Georg (Eds.) et al A Practical Guide to the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (2020)

This chapter analyses the scope of the anti-tax avoidance directive (ATAD) as implemented in 2020 and its positioning within the EU legal order, in particular vis-à-vis primary EU law, national tax rules ... [more ▼]

This chapter analyses the scope of the anti-tax avoidance directive (ATAD) as implemented in 2020 and its positioning within the EU legal order, in particular vis-à-vis primary EU law, national tax rules, and bilateral tax agreements. It examines the interpretation of the provisions of the ATAD and their compatibility with higher ranking norms, such as the fundamental freedoms, State aid rules, and fundamental rights. [less ▲]

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See detailRäumliche Transformationen: Prozess, Ziel, Leitbild?
Hesse, Markus UL

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt (Eds.) et al Postwachstumsgeographien. Raumbezüge diverser und alternativer Ökonomien (2020)

Ziel dieses Beitrags ist es, räumliche Transformation in die Debatte um raum- und planungsbezogene Leitbilder einzuordnen. Ausgangspunkt ist die sehr heterogene und im Zeit-ablauf wechselhafte ... [more ▼]

Ziel dieses Beitrags ist es, räumliche Transformation in die Debatte um raum- und planungsbezogene Leitbilder einzuordnen. Ausgangspunkt ist die sehr heterogene und im Zeit-ablauf wechselhafte, gelegentlich opportunistische Praxis der Formulierung planungsbezo-gener Paradigmen und Leitbilder. Sie folgt zwar spezifischen Problemwahrnehmungen, ist aber auch abhängig von temporären Moden, Konjunkturen und Konstrukten. Die erkenntnis-leitende Frage ist, inwieweit Transformation Leitbildcharakter hat, und wenn ja, worin sich dies äußert: in analytischer, normativer und prozeduraler Hinsicht. Ist das Leitbild allgemein (generell) oder spezifisch ausgerichtet – was ist seine konkrete Zielformulierung? Oder ist Transformation primär als prozedurale Richtschnur zu verstehen, als Metapher zur kollektiven Mobilisierung von Wandel, dessen Inhalte im Schatten partizipativer Prozesse stehen? Der Charme von Transformation liegt womöglich darin, dass dieser Begriff eine an-gemessen differenzierte Vorstellung von evolutionären gesellschaftlichen Veränderungen bietet. Ob es zum Konzept reicht, um intendierten Wandel auf robuste Weise anzuleiten – oder ob sein Mehrwert schlicht darin liegt, Realität zu „verzaubern“ (Tom Sieverts) – wird im Beitrag diskutiert. [less ▲]

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See detailBlockchain and GS1 Standards in the Food Chain: A Review of the Possibilities and Challenges
Keogh, John G.; Rejeb, Abderahman; Khan, Nida UL et al

in Building the Future of Food Safety Technology, 1st Edition, Blockchain and Beyond (2020)

The globalization of food systems has engendered significant changes to the operation and structure of food supply chains (FSCs). Alongside increasing consumer demands for safe and sustainable food ... [more ▼]

The globalization of food systems has engendered significant changes to the operation and structure of food supply chains (FSCs). Alongside increasing consumer demands for safe and sustainable food products, FSCs are challenged with issues related to information transparency and consumer trust. Uncertainty in matters of transparency and trust arises from the growing information asymmetry between food producers and food consumers. In particular: how and where food is cultivated, harvested, processed, and under what conditions. FSCs are tasked with guaranteeing the highest standards in food quality and food safety-ensuring the use of safe and authentic ingredients, limiting product perishability, and mitigating the risk of opportunism such as quality cheating or falsification of information. A sustainable, food-secure world will require multidirectional sharing of information and enhanced information symmetry between food producers and food consumers. The need for information symmetry will drive transformational changes in FSCs methods of practice and will require a coherent standardized framework of best practice recommendations to manage logistic units in the food chain A standardized framework will enhance food traceability, drive FSC efficiencies, enable data interoperability, improve data governance practices, and set supply chain identification standards for products and assets (what), exchange parties (who), locations (where), business processes (why) and sequence (when). FSCs began to adopt industry-driven supply chain standards in 1974 when the first barcode was scanned at a point-of-sale at Marsh's Supermarket in Troy, Ohio. However, the adoption of standards alone will not adequately address the challenges created by the information asymmetry between food producers and food consumers. Therefore, this paper examines the integration of GS1 standards with the functional components of Blockchain technology as an approach to realize a coherent standardized framework of industry-based tools for successful FSC transformation. [less ▲]

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See detailPostwachstumsgeographien. Konzeptionelle und thematische Eckpunkte der Anthologie
Schulz, Christian UL; Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina et al

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt (Eds.) et al Postwachstumsgeographien. Raumbezüge diverser und alternativer Ökonomien (2020)

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See detailMediennutzung in den Zeiten von Pandemie und Lockdown
Melzer, André UL; Holl, Elisabeth UL; Hale, Miriam-Linnea UL

in Benoy, Charles (Ed.) COVID-19 - Ein Virus nimmt Einfluss auf unsere Psyche. Einschätzungen und Maßnahmen aus psychologischer Perspektive (2020)

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See detailLes exceptions à la règle de l’Etat de droit: déroger aux droits fondamentaux en période de crise?Cahiers Jean Monnet, Actes des ateliers doctoraux « L’état de droit », Centre d'Excellence Europe Capitole
Mavrouli, Roila UL

in Cahiers Jean Monnet, Actes des ateliers doctoraux « L’état de droit », Centre d'Excellence Europe Capitole (2020)

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See detailThe Apple State Aid Case
Haslehner, Werner UL; Ancora, Antonio UL

in Lang, Michael; Pistone, Pasquale; Rust, Alexander (Eds.) et al CJEU - Recent Developments in Direct Taxation 2019 (2020)

The Apple Case raises a number of questions concerning the application of State aid review to the taxation of multinational entities. The case’s prominence stems primarily from the taxpayer’s brand ... [more ▼]

The Apple Case raises a number of questions concerning the application of State aid review to the taxation of multinational entities. The case’s prominence stems primarily from the taxpayer’s brand recognition and the amount of taxes at stake; the legal questions raised, however, are interesting in their own right: the case differs in several respects from the previously decided Fiat and Starbucks cases, leaving the outcome quite open. First, while it has been held by the General Court in those previous cases that the arm’s length principle can be used as a yardstick to assess transfer prices accepted by a Member State’s administration, it is not inevitable that this implies the similar applicability of the AOA to branches of non-resident companies. Second, the application of the AOA appears only to be leading to a decisive win for the Commission if the Court agrees that the US head offices do not exercise important functions related to Apple’s IP. As the Commission both accepted the claim that the subsidiaries’ effective management and control was exercised there and did not challenge the CSA (and – by implication – accepted the reality of ownership of IP by those subsidiaries), this may turn out to be difficult to prove. A third doubt arises from the apparent acceptance by the Commission that the aid granted by Ireland could be reduced to the extent that other countries would make valid claims to tax the same profits that the Commission considers attributable to the Irish branches, especially in light of the fact that it appears the entirety of the relevant profits can be included in US taxation following the reforms introduced with the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act with respect to global intangible low-taxed income. That being said, the Commission is surely on stronger ground in claiming that the Irish tax system as applied in practice may have left too much discretion to tax authorities in any given case. It will be interesting to see how much weight the Court will give to the paucity of available documentation from the time of the tax rulings, and how it will consider the transfer-pricing reports produced ex post facto to justify the outcome when the Commission investigated them. [less ▲]

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See detailΕυρωπαϊκά Διαρθρωτικά Ταμεία και κρατικές ενισχύσεις
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Christianos, Vasileios; Rodopoulos, Michail (Eds.) Δίκαιο Κρατικών Ενισχύσεων (2020)

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See detailLuxembourg - Recent and Pending CJEU Cases: Fiscal Unity, Taxpayers' fundamental rights and the FIAT case
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Lang, Michael; Pistone, Pasquale; Rust, Alexander (Eds.) et al CJEU: Recent Developments in Direct Taxation 2019 (2020)

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See detailΤο Επιλεκτικό Πλεονέκτημα
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL; Rodopoulos, Michail

in Christianos, Vasileios; Rodopoulos, Michail (Eds.) Δίκαιο Κρατικών Ενισχύσεων (2020)

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See detailTax Procedures in Luxembourg
Chaouche, Fatima; Haslehner, Werner UL

in Tax Procedures (2020)

This contribution provides an overview of Luxembourg tax procedures and answers a number of questions regarding the administrative law principles governing the collection of taxation, audit, and appeals ... [more ▼]

This contribution provides an overview of Luxembourg tax procedures and answers a number of questions regarding the administrative law principles governing the collection of taxation, audit, and appeals procedures. It was prepared as a contribution to the 2019 Annual Congress of the European Association of Tax Law Professors, which was devoted to tax procedures. [less ▲]

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See detailPostwachstum finanzieren? Grüne Finanzprodukte für veränderte Produktionslogiken
Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian UL

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt (Eds.) et al Postwachstumsgeographien. Raumbezüge diverser und alternativer Ökonomien (2020)

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See detailZur Wachstumsfixiertheit der Europäischen Union. Ein Diskussionsbeitrag
Schulz, Christian UL

in Schulz, Christian; Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina (Eds.) et al Postwachstumsgeographien. Raumbezüge diverser und alternativer Ökonomien (2020)

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See detailEffective Implementation of the ATAD: Information Collection, Exchange and Monitoring through DAC 6
Pantazatou, Aikaterini UL

in Haslehner, Werner; Pantazatou, Aikaterini; Kofler, Georg (Eds.) et al A Guide to the Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (2020)

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