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Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian

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

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See detailThe growth fixation of the European Union. A commentary on the draft Green Deal
Schulz, Christian

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Post-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies (2022)

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See detailFinancing post-growth? Green financial products for changed logics of production
Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Post-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies (2022)

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See detailPost-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies
Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian

Book published by Transcript (2022)

Post-Growth Geographies examines the spatial relations of diverse and alternative economies between growth-oriented institutions and multiple socio-ecological crises. The book brings together conceptual and empirical contributions from geography and its neighbouring disciplines and offers different perspectives on the possibilities, demands and critiques of post-growth transformation. Through case studies and interviews, the contributions combine voices from activism, civil society, planning and politics with current theoretical debates on socio-ecological transformation.

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See detailPost-growth geographies. Conceptual and thematic cornerstones of this book
Schulz, Christian; Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt

in Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Post-Growth Geographies. Spatial Relations of Diverse and Alternative Economies (2022)

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

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

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See detailARL – Akademie für RaumePostwachstum und Raumentwicklung – Denkanstöße für Wissenschaft und Praxis.
Best, Benjamin; Brückner, Heike; Hülz, Martina; Klagge, Britta; Lange, Bastian; Mössner, Samuel; Norck, Sebastian; Pütz, Marco; Ritzinger, Anne; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian; Schulze Dieckhoff, Viola; Weck, Sabine

Report (2021)

This position paper, drawn up by members of the ARL’s Working Group on Post-Growth Economies (2016 – 2020), situates the international post-growth debate and discusses its relevance for spatial development and spatial science research. In addition to sectoral approaches and findings, the authors make concrete proposals for post-growth focuses in planning, research and teaching, distinguishing between changes that can be achieved in the short term and measures designed for the medium to long term.

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See detailThe Handbook of Diverse Economies
Schulz, Christian

in Economic Geography (2021)

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See detailConnecting alternative economies and sustainable finance with regional development: the examples of France, Germany and Luxembourg
Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian; Emrick-Schmitz, Elena Ashley; Hercelin, Nicolas

in Regions (2021)

See detailS4F Podcast: Postwachstumsökonomie
Schulz, Christian

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Schulz, Christian; Braun, Boris

in Die Erde (2021), 152(4), 213-217

See detailPostwachstumsgeographien – Mehr Räume für Alternativen!
Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian

in Corona Blog (2020)

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

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

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

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

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Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian

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See detailPostwachstumsgeographien. Konzeptionelle und thematische Eckpunkte der Anthologie
Schulz, Christian; Lange, Bastian; Hülz, Martina; Schmid, Benedikt

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

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See detailÜber die Ambivalenz des Teilens. Zur Rolle der Sharing Economy in Postwachstumsansätzen
Schulz, Christian

in Politische Ökologie (2020), 35(160), 66-71

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See detailKeimzellen für die Transformation. Postwachstum und Raumentwicklung
Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian; Weck, Sabine

in Politische Ökologie (2020), 38(160), 19-26

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See detailÜberfällig? Thesen zur Postwachstumsplanung
Schulz, Christian

in Blog Postwachstum (2020)

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Schulz, Christian

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

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Schulz, Christian

in Hertweck, Florian (Ed.) Architektur auf gemeinsamem Boden. Positionen und Modelle zur Bodenfrage (2020)

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See detailThe community economies of Esch-sur-Alzette: rereading the economy of Luxembourg
Taylor Aiken, Gerald; Schulz, Christian; Schmid, Benedikt

in Voluntary Sector Review (2020), 11

This article outlines the community economies of Esch-sur-Alzette, the ‘second city’ of Luxembourg. ‘Community economies’ – an approach outlined by J.K. Gibson-Graham – draws attention to alternative narratives of economic development and the representation of economic identity. Despite (the Grand Duchy of) Luxembourg’s reputation as a European Union centre, with substantial finance and tax activity, Esch-sur-Alzette is a post-industrial and multilingual melting pot. The alternative narrative here is of the multiple community-based organisations and movements in Esch-sur-Alzette: an energy cooperative, urban gardening, an upcycling clothing factory, a local food shop and restaurant, and vibrant civil society discussions and interventions in (inter)national politics. Civil society, while central to both understandings of grassroots environmental action and the community economies framework of Gibson-Graham, takes on quite a different flavour in Luxembourg. This article then takes the case of Luxembourg to reread the relationship of the state to the so-called third sector, in doing so defending the political possibilities of community economies.

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Lange, Bastian; Schmid, Benedikt; Hülz, Martina; Schulz, Christian

Article for general public (2020)

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See detailDie ‚Circular Economy‘ als Ausweg aus der Wachstumsfalle? Diskussionsbeitrag
Schulz, Christian

in Reckinger, Carole; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) Sozialalmanach 2019. Schwéierpunkt: Qualitativen Wuesstem (2019)

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Becker, Tom; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

in Reckinger, Carole; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) Sozialalmanach 2019. Schwéierpunkt: Qualitativen Wuesstem (2019)

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See detailPractising circles: Studying institutional change and circular economy practice
Schulz, Christian; Hjaltadottir, Rannveig Edda; Hild, Paula

in Journal of Cleaner Production (2019), 237

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Carr, Constance; König, Ariane; Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Siebentritt, Susanne; Teferle, Felix Norman

Article for general public (2019)

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See detailMit oder gegen den Strom? Postwachstumsplanung in der Fishbowl
Lamker, Christian; Schulze Dieckhoff, Viola; Grotefels, Susan; Mössner, Samuel; Schulz, Christian; Wiese-von Ofen, Irene

in PND online (2019), 2018(2), 1-10

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Schulz, Christian

Article for general public (2018)

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Schmid, Benedikt; Schulz, Christian

Article for general public (2018)

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See detailEnvironmental economic geography and environmental inequality: challenges and new research prospects
Braun, Boris; Oßenbrügge; Schulz, Christian

in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2018), 62(2), 120-134

The environmental dimension and sustainability- related issues have increasingly gained momentum in Economic Geography. This paper argues that integrating the inequality perspective into Environmental Economic Geography (EEG) and trying to disentangle the manifold interrelationships between economic, social, and environmental disadvantage could be worthwhile efforts. Based on three case studies – the debate on urban environmental justice in German cities, the spread of alternative food systems and food-sharing initiatives in Germany, and the socially selective migration in hazard prone areas in rural coastal Bangladesh – we demonstrate that aspects of social inequality indeed matter for EEG thinking.

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See detailPostwachstum in den Raumwissenschaften
Schulz, Christian

in Akademie fuer Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Nachrichten (2018), 47(4), 11-14

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See detailDiverse alternatives empirical evidence from German speaking scholarship
Schulz, Christian; Krueger, Robert

in Local Environment (2018), 23(7), 675-679

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Decoville, Antoine; Feltgen, Valerie; Klein, Olivier; Licheron, Julien; Schulz, Christian

in Arch + (2018), 231

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See detailRezension »Alles Frankreich oder was?« – Die saarländische Frankreichstrategie im europäischen Kontext/»La France à toutes les sauces?« – La ›Stratégie France‹ de la Sarre dans le contexte européen. Interdisziplinäre Zugänge und kritische Perspektiven/Approches interdisciplinaires et perspectives critiques
Schulz, Christian

in Francia-Recensio (2018), 2018(3), 1-3

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Faller, Fabian; Schulz, Christian

in Applied Geography (2018), 90

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Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

in Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (Ed.) Handwörterbuch der Stadt‐ und Raumentwicklung (2018)

Die räumliche Entwicklung Luxemburgs ist geprägt von einer hohen sozio-ökonomischen Dynamik mit starken grenzüberschreitenden Verflechtungen. Erst in den vergangenen 15 Jahren etwa ist ein modernes Planungssystem etabliert worden, das auf kommunaler wie nationaler Ebene verankert ist.

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See detailGreen Building Transitions - Regional Trajectories of Innovation in Europe, Canada and Australia
Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian

Book published by Springer (2018)

This volume analyzes sustainability-related innovations in the building sector and discusses how regional contexts articulate transition trajectories toward green building. It presents ‘biographies’ of drivers and processes of green building innovation in four case studies: Brisbane (AUS), Freiburg (GER), Luxembourg (LU), and Vancouver (CA). Two of them are relatively well known for their initiatives to mitigate climate change – particularly in the building sector, whereas the other two have only recently become more active in promoting green building. The volume places emphasis on development paths, learning processes, and innovations. The focus of the case studies is not restricted to purely technological aspects but also integrates regulatory, procedural, institutional, and other processes and routines and their influence on the variations of the building sector. The diversity of the selected case studies offer the reader the opportunity to gain a thorough understanding of how sustainability developments have unfolded in different city regions. Case study-specific catalogues of transition paths provide insights to inform policy debates and planning processes. The catalogues identify crucial innovations (technological, regulatory, etc.) and explain the factors and circumstances that have led to their success and broader acceptance in Freiburg, Vancouver, Luxembourg, and Brisbane. With the help of a number of micro case studies within each of the four city regions, the case studies also offer ground for comparison and identification of differences. The book represents the outcome of the GreenRegio project, which stands for ‘Green building in regional strategies for sustainability: multi-actor governance and innovative building technologies in Europe, Australia, and Canada.’ GreenRegio was a 3-year CORE-INTER research project funded by the National Research Fund Luxembourg (FNR) and the German Research Foundation (DFG).

See detailUrban energy transitions through innovations in green building
Affolderbach, Julia; JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice; Schulz, Christian

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Sustainability science (2018)

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See detailInstitutionalizing alternative economic spaces? An interpretivist perspective on diverse economies
Krueger, James Robert; Schulz, Christian; Gibbs, David

in Progress in Human Geography (2018), 42(4), 569-589

This article offers an approach that helps geographers and others to carefully and critically reexamine prospects for diverse economies. We propose an interpretative institutionalist perspective is useful for elucidating overlooked opportunities for creating alternative economic visions and practices by revealing the process of ‘meaning making’ undertaken by actors in the process of developing policy responses to various dilemmas. We explore this notion in the context of de-growth or post-growth. De-growth is a way of thinking about the economy in ways that are not growth oriented, or fixated on GDP, but on the redistribution of wealth and living within the Earth’s ecosystems.

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See detailGreen financing, interrupted. Potential directions for sustainable finance in Luxembourg
Dörry, Sabine; Schulz, Christian

in Local Environment (2018), 23(7), 717-733

This paper has a quintessentially explorative character. It aims at identifying existing as well as potential (yet missing) links between the finance industry and local businesses that aspire to more sustainable economic practices. Building on the observation that green investments have been gaining weight in global investors’ strategies, we analyse how sustainable – in the most comprehensive sense of the word – green investments could ultimately be(come), when green assets are still managed according to the logic of “financialised finance”. This latter’s technologies of commodification, securitisation and derivatives-trading allegedly oppose alternative economic practices that pursue economic sustainability through social and environmental gains. In contrast, we investigate how the finance industry relates to alternative financial practices, products and organisations that offer sustainability-oriented financing services, – for example, regional banks, cooperatives and the like, – with a specific focus on green, social and solidarity businesses. Both approaches subscribe to apparently contradictory ideologies. We establish a beneficial dialogue between the opposing models of “green capitalism” and “alternative economies” so as to identify potential points of intersection. The context of Luxembourg’s local/regional economies provides a great opportunity to empirically access three levels of investigation: the private sector, the public sector and an international financial centre, a key facilitator for green finance, thus utilising insights from the concept of bricolage. Whilst supporters of Luxembourg’s emerging green finance profile recognise its positive impact on the small country’s national branding, in combination with economic stimuli, more critical commentators point to pure “green washing” effects.

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Deshaies, Michel; Depraz, Samuel; Schulz, Christian; Lentz, Sebastian

in Europa Regional (2018), 25(3-4), 3-4

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See detailPositioning Vancouver through urban sustainability strategies? The Greenest City 2020 Action Plan
Affolderbach, Julia, ; Schulz, Christian

in Journal of Cleaner Production (2017), 164

Cities around the world have launched greening initiatives to reduce their carbon footprint and to become more sustainable. At the same time, they have also sought to use these initiatives to position themselves as climate change leaders and green champions. This paper focuses on the City of Vancouver's Greenest City 2020 Action Plan as urban policy strategy to reduce carbon emissions. Based on interviews with actors and experts involved in the development and implementation of the plan, the paper evaluates the role green leadership aspirations play in shaping urban climate change policy and how policy makers and stakeholders use policy to position the city and its greening initiatives locally and globally. In particular, it analyzes the role of competitive positioning and green leadership in sustainability initiatives and change within and beyond urban boundaries. While leadership suggests increased buy-in of residents and those involved in the implementation of the strategy and multiplication effects through learning within the region and between (peer) cities, it can also pose challenges as the interest in meeting leadership claims can impede more radical change through specific targets and implementation strategies and challenge other sustainability objectives.

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See detailInteractive Knowledge Generation in Urban Green Building Transitions
JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice; Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian; Fastenrath, Sebastian; Braun, Boris

in The Professional Geographer (2017), 69(2), 214-224

Knowledge coproduction between practitioners and scientists offers promising opportunities for the emerging research field of the geography of sustainability transitions. Drawing on experiences from an international research project on urban green building transitions, this article explores the potentials and challenges of interactive and collaborative knowledge generation methods in understanding sustainability transitions. Our results show that ongoing engagement with local experts and practitioners through interactive World Caf e workshops and follow-up exchanges allows for a better understanding of the research context and knowledge exchange to all participants involved in the research process.

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See detailTracing the place of home. The specificities, policies and dilemmas of Luxembourg’s housing sector
Christmann, Nathalie; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

in Ballini, Claude; Ecker, Serge; Grünkranz, Daniel; Panotopoulou, Panajota (Eds.) Tracing Transitions (2017)

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See detailSustainable resource governance in global production networks – challenges for human geography.
Schmitt, Thomas; Schulz, Christian

in Erdkunde (2016), 70(4), 297-312

Transnational debates, for instance on the finiteness of fossil resources and their harmful effects on the climate, are often regarded as interdisciplinary challenges in the social and natural sciences. By contrast, in the past two decades, notably in the 2000s, geography appears to have been forgetful of resources. In this paper it is argued that more attention needs to be paid to resource studies in human geography. It starts by comparing existing understandings and definitions of resources in respect of their usefulness as guiding concepts for research. This is followed by an overview of resource-related debates in various subdisciplines of geography. In (environmental) economic geography, the concept of global production networks has proved helpful for the discussion of problems connected with resources. An adaptation of this concept is presented here which can be used to analyse material and energy flows with the aid of social categories (e.g. such as power relations or governance) and to evaluate them in the light of normative categories (e.g. ecological sustainability or environmental justice).

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See detailMobile transitions: Exploring synergies for urban sustainability research
Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian

in Urban Studies (2016), 53(9), 1942-1957

Urban sustainability approaches focusing on a wide range of topics such as infrastructure and mobility, green construction and neighbourhood planning, or urban nature and green amenities have attracted scholarly interest for over three decades. Recent debates on the role of cities in climate change mitigation have triggered new attempts to conceptually and methodologically grasp the cross-sectorial and cross-level interplay of enrolled actors. Within these debates, urban and economic geographers have increasingly adopted co-evolutionary approaches such as the social studies of technology (SST or ‘transition studies’). Their plea for more spatial sensitivity of the transition approach has led to promising proposals to adapt geographic perspectives to case studies on urban sustainability. This paper advocates engagement with recent work in urban studies, specifically policy mobility, to explore conceptual and methodological synergies. It emphasises four strengths of an integrated approach: (1) a broadened understanding of innovations that emphasises not only processes of knowledge generation but also of knowledge transfer through (2) processes of learning, adaptation and mutation, (3) a relational understanding of the origin and dissemination of innovations focused on the complex nature of cities and (4) the importance of individual actors as agents of change and analytical scale that highlights social processes of innovation. The notion of urban assemblages further allows the operationalisation of both the relational embeddedness of local policies as well as their cross-sectoral actor constellations.

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See detailKeeping Up with the Pace of Green Building: Service Provision in a Highly Dynamic Sector
Schulz, Christian; JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice

in Jones, Andrew; Ström, Patrik; Hermelin, Brita; Rusten, Grete (Eds.) Services and the Green Economy (2016)

According to the United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) Green Economy Report (2011), energy consumption of buildings in most of the industrialized countries accounts for around one-third of greenhouse gas emissions. The building sector also consumes more than a third of global resources and contributes by about 40 % to solid waste streams (mainly through demolition but also construction) in developed countries (UNEP 2011, p. 341). But while having been identified as the single largest contributor to human-related greenhouse gas emissions, the sector is also considered to hold the greatest potential to lower emissions based on the relatively low case of retrofitting existing or constructing new buildings (IPCC 2014). Following the realization of these potentials, the last years have witnessed the emergence of a green building agenda in many countries across the globe including technical and organizational innovations in the conception of single buildings (both residential and commercial) as well as enlarged approaches to the role and impact of the built environment in cities including neighbourhood and public infrastructures planning. The sector’s dynamic is partly caused and sustained by a high commitment of public authorities (e.g., via co-funding or tax exemption schemes) and seconded by the involvement of semi-public agencies (e.g., municipal building corporations, energy agencies, public housing services, vocational learning centres). Although the main focus is on low carbon objectives and energy efficiency, social objectives are also present mainly by acknowledging user interactions with their built environment around questions of health and quality of life.

See detail„Grüne" Dienstleistungen im Bausektor: Akteure und Innovationen in der Nachhaltigkeitstransition
Schulz, Christian; JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice

Scientific Conference (2015, October 02)

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Zademach, Hans-Martin; Schulz, Christian

in Freytag, Tim; Gebhardt, Hans; Gerhard, Ulrike; Wastl-Walter, Doris (Eds.) Humangeographie kompakt (2015)

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See detailL'ambition métropolitaine: clé vers un aménagement du territoire transfrontalier en Grande Région SaarLorLux?
Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian

in L'information géographique (2015), 79

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Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian; Nienaber, Birte

in Europa Regional (2015), 21(4), 158-164

This articles analyses the development of the ESPON programme in relation to the development of spatial planning in Europe.

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See detailVers une nouvelle géographie économique
Schulz, Christian

in Cahiers de Géographie du Quebec (2015), 58(165), 521-522

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See detailVers une région métropolitaine polycentrique? Enjeux d'un aménagement du territoire transfrontalier
Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian

in Wille, Christian (Ed.) Lebenswirklichkeiten und politische Konstruktionen in Grenzregionen. Das Beispiel der Großregion Saar-Lor-Lux. Wirtschaft - Politik - Alltag - Kultur (2015)

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See detailBook Review: Thomas Perrin, Culture et eurorégions. La coopération culturelle entre régions européennes, Bruxelles: Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles, 2013, 192 p.; ISBN 978-2-8004-1536-9
Schulz, Christian

in Hemecht : Zeitschrift für Luxemburger Geschichte = Revue d'Histoire Luxembourgeoise (2015), 2(2015), 242-243

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See detailBook review: Alternative Economies and Spaces
Schulz, Christian

in Geographische Zeitschrift (2015), 103(2), 124-125

See detailMobile transitions: Exploring synergies for urban sustainability research
Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian

in Urban Studies Blog (2015)

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See detailGrünes Wachstum und alternative Wirtschaftsformen
Schulz, Christian; Affolderbach, Julia

in Geographische Rundschau (2015), 67(5), 4-9

Buzzwords such as green new deal, green economy and sustainable growth dominate current debates about future development scenarios. They are increasingly being criticized for their reliance on technological solutions and on old capitalist growth paradigms i.e. not sufficiently taking into account the limits of resource consumption. The efficiency hypothesis suffers from a low probability that an absolute decoupling between economic growth and resource consumption can be achieved. Therefore, concepts such as “de-growth” and “diverse economies” that offer alternative models based on sufficiency approaches, sharing schemes and dematerialization are gaining momentum. Given their manifold spatial implications, they should intrigue further geographical research and offer promising examples for teaching critical views on growth and post-growth issues.

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See detailPlanung unter Freunden? Herausforderungen für die grenzüberschreitende Abstimmung in der Großregion
Schulz, Christian

Article for general public (2015)

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See detailSpatial Development in Luxembourg: Mimetic Evolution or Emergence of a New Planning Culture?
Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

in European Planning Studies (2015), 23(3), 509-528

Luxembourg’s planning system is currently undergoing a fundamental reform with the establishment of completely new structures in some parts of it. The present paper reflects these developments in the following steps: We start by proposing a heuristic based on the planning culture perspective originally developed by Frank Othengrafen and colleagues, taking into account (a) planning artefacts, (b) the planning environment, and (c) the societal environment. Before we subsume the contemporary developments of the planning system we provide a brief description of Luxembourg’s spatial context which, due to the country’s small size and the high growth rates of its economy and population in the past years, displays a number of peculiar features. Applying the planning culture perspective on the planning system and its societal context reveals not only hybrid characteristics with regard to neighbouring systems. It also provides the important characteristics of the small state and shows the limits of the planning culture perspective.

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See detailThe green economy and post-growth regimes: opportunities and challenges for economic geography
Schulz, Christian; Bailey, Ian

in Geografiska Annaler. Series B, Human Geography (2014), 96(3), 277-291

While mainstream economic geography is doing increasing research on green manufacturing and services, with a few notable exceptions, its predominant conceptual approaches to emerging modes of economic orientation continue to examine economic transitions somewhat unreflexively within the context of traditional growth paradigms. The aim of this article is to explore and critically examine neoliberal discourses on the green economy and smart growth by exploring contributions to debates on green economics proposed by ideas linked to post-growth economies. Based on studies by scholars such as Tim Jackson and Serge Latouche, the article examines the contours of debates on post-growth, décroissance (de-growth) and prosperity without growth. We begin by examining growth debates and existing contributions by economic and other geographers to the exploration of alternatives to conventional growth-centred economics. We then identify some emergent spatial facets of post-growth transitions and utilize these to explore potential research topics and opportunities for empirical and conceptual contributions by economic geographers to academic and societal debates on economic transitions and post-growth paradigms. Particular attention is paid to approaches currently discussed in economic geography, such as socio-technical transition studies.

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See detailInteraktive Transitionsforschung und Wissensgenerierung im Bereich nachhaltiges Bauen
JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice; Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian; Fastenrath, Sebastian; Braun, Boris

in PND online (2014), 2014(2), 1-14

Basierend auf den Erfahrungen eines internationalen Forschungsprojekts zu den institutionellen Rahmenbedingungen für Innovativität im nachhaltigen Bauen illustriert der Beitrag das Potenzial interaktiver Methoden für die Produktion von »Transitionswissen«. Die frühe Einbindung von lokalen Praktikern, Unternehmern, Wissenschaftlern, politischen Entscheidungsträgern und Vertretern von Nichtregierungsorganisationen dient dabei nicht nur den Forschenden zur Exploration des jeweiligen Forschungskontexts, sondern schafft eine Plattform für produktiven Austausch von Wissen. Methodisch unterstützt durch interaktive Workshops sowie Delphi-basierte Feedback- und Validierungsrunden entsteht über die Projektlaufzeit ein wechselseitiger Lernprozess, der zusätzlich durch den Austausch von Erfahrungen aus vier Fallstudienregionen in Europa, Australien und Kanada inspiriert wird. Er liefert für alle Beteiligten wichtige Erkenntnisse über die Gestaltbarkeit von nachhaltigkeitsorientierten Transitionsprozessen im Baubereich.

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See detailSustainability Research and Interactive Knowledge Generation
JUNG ép. PRELLER, Bérénice; Affolderbach, Julia; Schulz, Christian; Fastenrath, Sebastian; Braun, Boris

E-print/Working paper (2014)

Based on experiences from the GreenRegio research project that investigates framework conditions for innovations in sustainable/green building, this working paper explores the potential of interactive and collaborative methods for knowledge generation and co-production. Engagement with local practi-tioners, private industry, academics, political decision-makers and representatives of the non-profit sector early on in the research process allows researchers to gain better understanding of the re-search object and context. It also creates a platform for (mutual) knowledge exchange. Methodologi-cally, the project incorporates interactive workshops and Delphi-based feedback and validation rounds, that – over the lifespan of the project – offer a mutual learning process further inspired by in-sights and experiences across four case studies in Europe, Australia, and Canada. The exchange and learning processes provide important insights on different forms and pathways of sustainability transi-tions in the building sector to all participants involved in the project, researchers and researched alike.

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See detailLes économies de l'après-croissance : objet ou non-objet pour la géographie économique ?
Schulz, Christian

in Bulletin de la Société Géographique de Liège (2014), (62), 63-73

Malgré l’intérêt croissant de la géographie économique pour les questions de l’industrie et des services verts, celle-ci reste fortement ancrée dans le paradigme traditionnel de croissance économique continue. La présente contribution vise à confronter les discours des avantages néo-libéraux autour des notions d’« économie verte » et de « croissance intelligente » aux approches plus critiques des économies d’après-croissance. Basé sur les travaux pertinents de chercheurs comme Tim Jackson ou Serge Latouche, l’objectif principal de l’article est de relever des sujets de recherche prometteurs offrant des opportunités pour des contributions empiriques et conceptuelles que les géographes économistes pourraient apporter aux débats scientifiques et sociétaux sur les transitions économiques et le paradigme de l’après-croissance. Sont ainsi mis en avant des approches récemment adoptées par la géographie économique comme les « social studies of technology », les transitions régionales ainsi que les systèmes d’innovation.

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Evrard, Estelle; Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

in Science in support of European Territorial Development (2014)

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Evrard, Estelle; Hachmann, Verena; Schulz, Christian

Report (2013)

It is a key aim of the EU2020 strategy and of the Luxembourg government to promote research and innovation (“smart growth”). The 2014-2020 programming period of the Structural Funds offers an opportunity to support projects in this field at national, cross-border and transnational levels. This leaflet synthesises the results of a consultation process organised by the ESPON Contact Point of Luxembourg in summer and autumn 2013 in the framework of the USESPON project. First, it aimed at analysing the relevance of ESPON results in the field of research, development and innovation (RDI) in Luxembourg. Second, this process reflected on possible priorities for the future operational programmes of the structural funds. This process involved either experts in the field of RDI or those responsible for drafting operational programmes. The consultation process has been framed by a Delphi technique. First, participants received “support material” presenting the situation of Luxembourg according to the ESPON results. Second, they participated in a workshop on 11th July 2013. Third, a synthesis based on the results of the workshop was provided together with a questionnaire giving the experts the opportunity to deepen and concretise their contribution. By summarising this consultation process, this leaflet aims at 1) working out a profile of Luxembourg on the basis of ESPON results in the field of RDI and 2) developing recommendations of how future-oriented innovation strategies can be implemented in the context of European Territorial Cooperation. The final version of this document was published on the ECP Luxembourg website in autumn 2013.

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See detailL’aménagement du territoire au Luxembourg : défis, objectifs et instruments d’une politique émergente
Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

in Revue Géographique de l'Est (2013), 52(3-4),

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Schulz, Christian

in Gilles, Peter; Koff, Harlan; Maganda, Carmen; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Theorizing Borders Through Analyses of Power Relationships (2013)

See detailTheorizing Borders Through Analyses of Power relationships.
Gilles, Peter; Koff, Harlan; Maganda, Carmen; Schulz, Christian

Book published by PIE-Peter Lang (2013)

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See detailSpecialized international financial centres and their crisis resilience: The case of Luxembourg
Walther, Olivier; Schulz, Christian; Dörry, Sabine

in Geographische Zeitschrift (2012), 99(2-3), 123-142

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See detailWirtschaftsgeographie
Braun, Boris; Schulz, Christian

Book published by UTB Ulmer (2012)

Diese Einführung in die Wirtschaftsgeographie wendet sich an Studienanfänger der Geographie sowie angrenzender Disziplinen und eignet sich zudem hervorragend zur Prüfungsvorbereitung am Ende des Studiums. Das Lehrbuch vermittelt einen aktuellen Überblick über Konzepte, Forschungsansätze und Themen der Wirtschaftsgeographie, wie sie derzeit an deutschsprachigen Hochschulen gelehrt werden. Die Autoren stellen verschiedene Grundperspektiven des Faches kritisch gegenüber, gehen auf Fragen der Globalisierung ein und zeigen die Beziehungen zwischen Wirtschaft und natürlicher Umwelt auf. Merksätze, Definitionen und Boxen erleichtern das Lernen, zahlreiche zweifarbige Abbildungen verdeutlichen die Fakten, Fragen am Kapitelende zur Kontrolle des Lernerfolgs, ideal für die Bachelor-Prüfungsvorbereitung.

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Schulz, Christian

in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2012), 56(4), 264-273

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Schulz, Christian

in Géographies. Bulletin de l'Association de Géographes Français (2012), (4), 512-522

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See detailLes sciences du territoire en Allemagne.
Schulz, Christian

in Bekouche, Pierre; Grasland, Claude; Guérin-Pace, France; Moisseron, Jean-Yves (Eds.) Fonder les sciences du territoire (2012)

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See detailOn the Territoriality of Cross-Border Cooperation: “Institutional Mapping” in a Multi-Level Context
Chilla, Tobias; Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian

in European Planning Studies (2012), 20(6), 961-980

Territoriality is mostly discussed as the political competence to exert control on a certain space, in particular with regard to the nation state. Globalization and European Integration have initiated some debate on this understanding, but cross-cross-border cooperation has rarely been linked to this debate. In these areas enormous political changes have been seen during the recent years. Still, the territorial dimension cannot be addressed, as territoriality as known from nation states is challenging politics. However, the territorial implications are manifold and are increasing throughout Europe. Against this backdrop is conceptual reflection. This paper starts with a brief overview of discussions and the empirical implementation of the territoriality debate. Based on this, the paper attempts to catch up with the political changes – the reflection of cross-border territorialities in a two-fold way. The purpose of this paper is to contribute to this field. First, we propose a methodological approach to study the essential aspects. We study from a conceptual point of view, the dimensions of territoriality in cross-border contexts. These are explored as well as the political-juridical background of cross-border cooperation. Based on this, a C-B-IM-tool (Cross-Border Institutional Mapping) has been introduced, involving three steps: (a) (a1) multi-level mapping of cross-border institutions, (b) (a2) mapping of policy arenas and (c) (a3) mapping of the political topography in the sense of going beyond formalized and codified governance patterns. Secondly, with the example of the Greater Region around Luxembourg, the empirical and conceptual findings on cross-border territoriality are illustrated. We can state an establishing cross-border territoriality that does not replace domestic, state-centric territorialities but that inserts new and complex elements of a multi-level territoriality system.

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See detailNot always as sexy as New York… Perceptions and representations of Luxembourg-City at the international level.
Bläser, Ralf; Gensheimer, Michaela; Schulz, Christian

in Sohn, Christophe (Ed.) Luxembourg: An Emerging Cross-border Metropolitan Region (2012)

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Walther, Olivier; Schulz, Christian

in Sohn, Christophe (Ed.) Luxembourg: An Emerging Cross-border Metropolitan Region (2012)

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See detailLa gouvernance transfrontalière - territoire(s) et territorialité(s)
Chilla, Tobias; Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian

in Belkacem, Rachid, Pigeron-Piroth, Isabelle (Ed.) Le travail frontalier au sein de la Grande Région Saar-Lor-Lux Pratiques, enjeux et perspectives (2012)

See detailMobilizing Sustainability, Fixing Competitiveness: An examination of policy mobility Lux-embourg
Carr, Constance; Krueger, Robert; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Presentation (2011, November)

The movement of policies across space, often referred to as policy mobility, has been a vibrant area of discussion in the geographical literature in recent years (c.f. McCann 2011; González 2010; Larner and Laurie 2010; Peck and Theodore 2010; Ward 2006; Peck 2002). In particular, scholars have brought forth geographical concepts of relationality and territoriality, along with post-structural accounts of the social construction of knowledge and power, to provide sophisticated and complex accounts of the spatial flows of urban policies and their contingent ‘local’ expressions. In the tradition of urban geography and analysis, mobility stories tend to come from paradigmatic cases, such as Barcelona, Vancouver, New York and others. This paper brings to this conversation a policy mobility story from the rather specific, non-paradigmatic case of Luxembourg. In recent years Luxembourg’s welfare state has developed spatial development policies embedded in the rhetoric and practice of sustainability in an attempt to counteract the contradictions of the State’s rapid development. Much of this policy account emerged from the transfer of ideas and practices from neighboring countries and the European Union. While certainly similar to other new economy spaces in terms of tensions, Luxembourg’s unique system of governance and social and cultural context may yield new insights into the policy mobility literature. The paper thus seeks to contribute to the policy mobility literature by bringing into the fold a case study from a somewhat unique urban context, Luxembourg, concerning the under-explored area of policy mobility domain, urban sustainable development. We hypothesize that Luxembourg’s specific urban policy context could reveal limitations of current approaches. Further, by focusing on sustainability as a policy ‘fix’ for spatial planning, we expect to capture additional nuance of the politics of capital accumulation in a highly fragmented, increasingly relational urban and regional setting.

See detailDas Planungssystem Luxemburgs. Instrumente und Institutionen
Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian; Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

in Raumordnung in Luxemburg – Aménagement du Territoire au Luxembourg (2011)

See detailDas Planungssystem Luxemburgs in der Synopse
Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian; Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

in Raumordnung in Luxemburg – Aménagement du Territoire au Luxembourg (2011)

See detailRäumlicher Kontext und aktuelle Herausforderungen für die Planung
Schulz, Christian; Chilla, Tobias

in Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Raumordnung in Luxemburg – Aménagement du Territoire au Luxembourg (2011)

See detailRaumordnung in Luxemburg = Aménagement du Territoire au Luxembourg
Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian

Book published by Binsfeld (2011)

See detailConstructions d'identités au Luxemborug
Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Wille, Christian

in IPSE – Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (Ed.) Construire des identités au Lxembourg. Appropriations subjectives – Projections institutionnelles – Milieux socio-culturels (2011)

Le Luxembourg – un centre financier international, un centre administratif européen, une terre d’immigration ? Cette étude empirique propose quelques approches d’une société jusqu’à présent en grande partie éludée par la recherche scientifique et observe les processus de construction identitaire dans des conditions de globalisation. L’équipe interdisciplinaire des auteurs expose les processus d’appropriation subjective et de projection institutionnelle à l’œuvre dans le domaine des langues, des espaces, des perceptions de soi-même et des autres, mais également dans les cultures du quotidien. Elle identifie pour la première fois des milieux socioculturels du Grand-Duché. Les découvertes faites à l’issue de ce projet de recherche d’une durée de trois ans mettent au jour les ambivalences et les dynamiques d’une société multiculturelle et plurilingue. Dans l’Unité de Recherche IPSE (Identités. Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces) à l’Université du Luxembourg, les chercheurs s’intéressent à des thèmes qui ont une pertinence sociale. L’accent est mis plus particulièrement sur l’analyse de processus de construction d’identités sociales et culturelles.

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Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Wille, Christian

Report (2011)

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Reckinger, Rachel; Wille, Christian; Schulz, Christian

in IPSE – Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (Ed.) Doing Identity in Luxembourg. Subjective Appropriations – Institutional Attributions – Socio-Cultural Milieus (2011)

Luxembourg – international financial center, European administrative center, destination country for immigration? This empirical study provides insights about a society that has hitherto largely eluded scientific investigation and observes the processes of identity construction in globalised conditions. The interdisciplinary team of authors exposes the processes of subjective appropriations and institutional attributions at work in the fields of languages, spaces, perceptions of self and others as well as everyday cultures, and identifies for the first time socio-cultural milieus in the Grand Duchy. The findings of the three-year research project uncover the ambivalences and dynamics of a multicultural and multilingual society.

See detailSpaces and Identities
Colas-Blaise, Marion; Freyermuth, Sylvie; Kmec, Sonja; Tore, Gian Maria; Schulz, Christian

in IPSE (Ed.) Doing Identity. Subjektive Appropriations – Institutional Attributions – Socio-cultural Milieus (2011)

See detailInternational Conference: Doing Identity in Luxemburg. Subjektive Aneignungen – institutionelle Zuschreibungen – sozio-kulturelle Milieus: Schlusswort und Ausblick
Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Wille, Christian

Presentation (2010, July)

See detailVorstellung des IDENT-Projekts
Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Wille, Christian

Presentation (2010, July)

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Schulz, Christian

in Mutations. Mémoires et perspectives du Bassin minier (2010), 1

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Report (2010)

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Report (2010)

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Report (2010)

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See detailMetropolregionen in grenzüberschreitenden Räumen
Chilla, Tobias; Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian

in Geographische Rundschau (2010), 62(11), 22-30

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See detailIdentitätskonstruktionen in Luxemburg
Reckinger, Rachel; Schulz, Christian; Wille, Christian

in IPSE – Identités, Politiques, Sociétés, Espaces (Ed.) Doing Identity in Luxemburg. Subjektive Aneignungen – institutionelle Zuschreibungen – sozio-kulturelle Milieus (2010)

Luxemburg – internationaler Finanzplatz, europäisches Verwaltungszentrum, Einwanderungsland? Dieses Buch gibt Einblicke in eine wenig erforschte Gesellschaft und Hinweise auf Identitätskonstruktionen unter globalisierten Bedingungen. Das interdisziplinäre Autorenteam arbeitet subjektive Aneignungs- und institutionelle Zuschreibungsprozesse auf den Gebieten »Sprache«, »Raum«, »Alltagskultur« sowie »Selbst-« und »Fremdbild« heraus und ermittelt erstmals sozio-kulturelle Milieus im Großherzogtum. Der materialreiche Band zeigt Ambivalenzen und Dynamiken in einer multikulturellen und mehrsprachigen Gesellschaft auf.

See detailRäume und Identitäten
Kmec, Sonja; Colas-Blaise, Marion; Freyermuth, Sylvie; Schulz, Christian; Tore, Gian Maria

in IPSE (Ed.) Doing Identity. Subjektive Aneignungen - institutionelle Zuschreibungen - sozio-kulturelle Milieus (2010)

Luxemburg - internationaler Finanzplatz, europäisches Verwaltungszentrum, Einwanderungsland? Dieses Buch gibt Einblicke in eine wenig erforschte Gesellschaft und Hinweise auf Identitätskonstruktionen unter globalisierten Bedingungen. Das interdisziplinäre Autorenteam arbeitet subjektive Aneignungs- und institutionelle Zuschreibungsprozesse auf den Gebieten "Sprache", "Raum", "Alltagskultur" sowie "Selbst-" und "Fremdbild" heraus und ermittelt erstmals sozio-kulturelle Milieus im Großherzogtum. Der materialreiche Band zeigt Ambivalenzen und Dynamiken in einer multikulturellen und mehrsprachigen Gesellschaft auf

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Chilla, Tobias; Evrard, Estelle; Schulz, Christian; Decoville, Antoine; Durand, Frédéric; El Maslohi, Anasse; Sohn, Christophe; Walther, Olivier; Perlik, Manfred; Peeters, Didier; Vandermotten, Christian

Book published by ESPON & University of Luxembourg (2010)

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See detailFinanzplatz Luxemburg. Vom "Steuerparadies" zur Investmentfonds-Kapitale.
Walther, Olivier; Schulz, Christian

in Geographische Rundschau (2009), 61(1), 30-35

See detailDer Luxemburg Atlas
Bousch, Patrick; Chilla, Tobias; Gerber, Philippe; Klein, Olivier; Schulz, Christian; Sohn, Christophe; Wiktorin, Dorothea

Book published by Emons (2009)

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Schulz, Christian

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

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See detailFacets of Environmental Economic Geography (EEG) - Editorial Introduction to theme issue "Environmental Economic Geography".
Soyez, Dietrich; Schulz, Christian

in Geoforum (2008), 39(1), 17-19

See detailAménagements projetés, aménagements réalisés – Introduction
Schulz, Christian

in Frontières et Aménagement. Actes du Colloque (2007)

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See detailIndustrie et environnement en Allemagne.
Schulz, Christian

in Revue Géographique de l'Est (2007), 47(1), 35-42

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See detailDie Automobilindustrie im Saarland und in Lothringen: Entstehung grenzüberschreitender Produktionssysteme und Unternehmenskulturen?
Dörrenbächer, Peter; Schulz, Christian

in KUHN, Bärbel; PITZ, Martina; SCHORR, Andreas (Eds.) >Grenzen< ohne Fächergrenzen. Interdisziplinäre Annäherungen. (2007)

See detailIntroduction: Dossier on urban cultures and identities.Introduction: Dossier on urban cultures and identities.
Neuer, Birgit S.; Schulz, Christian

in Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie = Journal of Economic & Social Geography (2007), 98(2), 151-152

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Schulz, Christian; Dörrenbächer, Peter

in DÖRRENBÄCHER, H. Peter; KÜHNE, Olaf; WAGNER, Juan Manuel (Eds.) 50 Jahre Saarland im Wandel. (2007)

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See detailAutoindustrie in der Großregion SaarLorLux 2007 - Produktion, Forschung, Ausbildung
Schulz, Christian; Dörrenbächer, Peter; Pansch, Holger; Pauly, Michel; Caruso, Geoffrey; Helfer, Malte

E-print/Working paper (2007)

Die Automobilindustrie gilt in der Großregion als wichtiger Pfeiler des wirtschaftlichen Strukturwandels. Eine Vielzahl teils hoch spezialisierter Zulieferer und Dienstleister prägt heute die Unternehmenslandschaft und stellt einen Großteil der industriellen Arbeitsplätze. Die Karte zeigt alle Betriebe des Sektors ab 500 Beschäftigten im Jahr 2007. Aufgrund der durch die Allgemeine Wirtschaftskrise ab 2008 aufgetretenen tief greifenden Veränderungen der Branche wurde dieser Beitrag durch einen zweiten, ausführlicheren Beitrag zur Autoindustrie der Großregion 2011 (C.K. Hahn, GR-Atlas Vol. 27) ergänzt.

See detailThe Organization of the Production Process. The Case of Smartville
Dörrenbächer, Peter; Schulz, Christian

in WEVER, Egbert; PELLENBARG, Piet (Eds.) International Business Geography. Case studies of corporate firms (2006)

See detailSaarLorLux im bilingualen Erdkundeunterricht.
Dörrenbächer, Peter; Ernst, Michael; Schulz, Christian

in KUHN, Bärbel; DUHEM, Sandra (Eds.) Grenzraum erfahren. (2006)

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Braun, Boris; Schulz, Christian

in Geographische Rundschau (2006), 58(1), 48-55

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See detailOverlooked links: Corporate environmental performance and urban quality of life in China's emerging megacities.
Schulz, Christian; Soyez, Dietrich; Xue, Desheng

in Wang, Wuyi; Krafft, Thomas; Kraas, Frauke (Eds.) Global change, urbanization and health. (2006)

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See detailFar Away, So Close? Regional Clustering of Mail Order Firms and Related Business Services in the Lille Metropolitan Area
Schulz, Christian; Dörrenbächer, Peter; Liefooghe, Christine

in HARRINGTON, James W.; DANIELS, Peter W. (Eds.) Knowledge-Based Services, Internationalization and Regional Development (2006)

See detailAgenten des Wandels? Unternehmensbezogene Umweltdienstleister im industriellen Produktionssystem.
Schulz, Christian

Book published by Ökom-Verlag (2005)

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Schulz, Christian

in Service Industries Journal (2005), 25(3), 337-354

See detailMedienstadt Köln. Genese und aktuelle Tendenzen der Medienwirtschaft und ihre Bedeutung für die Stadtentwicklung.
Bläser, Ralf; Schulz, Christian

in BECKER, Christoph (Ed.) GrenzTouren. Exkursionen zwischen Maas, Mosel, Saar und Rhein. (2005)

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See detailDienstleistungsstandort Nord-Pas-de-Calais - Hoffnungsschimmer im Strukturwandel einer Altindustrieregion.
Dörrenbächer, Peter; Schulz, Christian

in Geographische Rundschau (2005), 57

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Dörrenbächer, Peter; Schulz, Christian

in WEVER, Egbert; VAN VILSTEREN, Gerrit (Eds.) Borders and economic behaviour in Europe. A geographical approach. (2005)

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See detailRegionale Produktionskomplexe in der Automobilindustrie auch grenzüberschreitend? Das Beispiel Saarland / Lothringen.
Schulz, Christian; Dörrenbächer, Peter

in Geographische Rundschau (2005), 57(12), 20-26

See detailKölns äußerster Gürtel. Die chemische Industrie.
Schulz, Christian

in SCHWEIZER, G.; et al. (Eds.) Köln und der Kölner Raum. Ein geographischer Exkursionsführer. Teil 1: Stadt und Umland., 1 (2004)

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See detailPropeller, Pop und Parmaschinken. Strukturwandel im Gewerbegebiet Braunsfeld/Ehrenfeld.
Schulz, Christian; Soyez, Dietrich

in SCHWEIZER, G.; et al. (Eds.) Köln und der Kölner Raum. Ein geographischer Exkursionsführer. Teil 1: Stadt und Umland., 1 (2004)

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See detailHollywood am Rhein? Die Medienwirtschaft in Köln.
Bläser, Ralf; Schulz, Christian

in SCHWEIZER, G.; et al. (Eds.) Köln und der Kölner Raum. Ein geographischer Exkursionsführer. Teil 2: Themen-Exkursionen., 2 (2004)

See detailUmweltschutz in der Industrieproduktion. Vom notwendigen Übel zum strategischen Wettbewerbsvorteil.
Schulz, Christian

in Praxis Geographie (2003), 33(2), 35-39

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See detailAgenten des Wandels: Wissensintensive Dienstleister und betrieblicher Umweltschutz.
Schulz, Christian; Soyez, Dietrich

in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2003), 47

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See detailKonzepte und Leitthemen einer "ökologischen Modernisierung" der Wirtschaftsgeographie.
Braun, Boris; Schulz, Christian; Soyez, Dietrich

in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2003), 47

See detailL'agglomération Saarbrücken - Moselle-Est. Ville-frontière ou villes frontalières?
Schulz, Christian

in REITEL, Bernard; et al. (Eds.) Villes et Frontières (2002)

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See detailAgents of Greening - Industriebezogene Umweltdienstleister und ihr Einfluss auf den betrieblichen Umweltschutz
Schulz, Christian

in SOYEZ, Dietrich; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Wirtschaftsgeographie und Umweltproblematik. (2002)

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See detailEnvironmental service-providers, knowledge transfer, and the greening of industry
Schulz, Christian

in HAYTER, Roger; LE HERON, Richard (Eds.) Knowledge, Industry and Environment. Institutions and Innovation in Territorial Perspective (2002)

See detailWirtschaftsgeographie und Umweltproblematik.
Soyez, Dietrich; Schulz, Christian

Book published by Geographisches Institut der Universität zu Köln (2002)

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See detailZur ökologischen Modernisierung der Wirtschaftsgeographie
Soyez, Dietrich; Schulz, Christian

in Soyez, Dietrich; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Wirtschaftsgeographie und Umweltproblematik. (2002)

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See detailCross-border production systems and cross-border corporate cultures? The case of the Saar-Lorraine automotive industry.
Dörrenbächer, Peter; Schulz, Christian

in Erde: Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (2002), 133(1), 3-17

See detailWirtschaftsbeziehungen im saarländisch-lothringischen Grenzraum
Schulz, Christian; Dörrenbächer, Peter

in Deutschland und Frankreich auf dem Weg in ein neues Europa. Materialien für den Geschichts- und Geographieunterricht (s. www.deuframat.de) (2002)

See detailColonia Agrippina - die Versicherungsmetropole
Bläser, Ralf; Schulz, Christian

in Wiktorin, Dorothea; et al. (Eds.) Köln - Der historisch-topographische Atlas (2001)

See detailVom Wallrafplatz nach "Hollymünd" - Kölns Aufstieg zur Medienstadt.
Bläser, Ralf; Schulz, Christian

in WIKTORIN, Dorothea; et al. (Eds.) Köln - Der historisch-topographische Atlas (2001)

See detailKölsch, Auto, Öl - Kölns Werden zur Industriestadt.
Hamhaber, Johannes; Schulz, Christian

in WIKTORIN, Dorothea; et al. (Eds.) Köln - Der historisch-topographische Atlas (2001)

See detailZwischen Laisser-Faire und Eigeninitiative. Betrieblicher Umweltschutz aus Sicht saarländischer und lothringischer Arbeitnehmerinnen und Arbeitnehmer.
Schulz, Christian; Brücher, Wolfgang

in ROSSMANITH, Birgit; MEISTER, Hans (Eds.) Kooperativ forschen. Projekte zwischen Hochschule und Arbeitswelt (2001)

See detailLes 'Eurorégions': l'exemple Saar-Lor-Lux.
Schulz, Christian

in Problèmes Economiques (2000), (2661), 16-18

See detailUmweltschutz in Frankreich - eine stille Revolution?
Schulz, Christian

in Dokumente : Zeitschrift für den deutsch-französischen Dialog = Documents : revue du dialogue franco-allemand (2000), 56(5), 369-378

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See detailLa protección del medio ambiente en la industria lorenesa y sarrense.
Schulz, Christian

in GOZALVEZ PEREZ, Vicente (Ed.) Industria y medio ambiente. Actas de VII Jornadas de Geografía Industrial (2000)

See detailSaar-Lor-Lux, un espace modèle pour l'intégration européenne?
Schulz, Christian

in Géographies. Bulletin de l'Association de Géographes Français (1999), 76(4), 397-407

See detailLa protection de l'environnement en France et en Allemagne sous l'influence de l'Union Européenne.
Schulz, Christian

in Mosella (1999), XXIV(1-2), 102-107

See detailUmweltschutz in Frankreich - eine Stille Revolution im Zeichen Europas?
Schulz, Christian

in Geographische Rundschau (1999)

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See detailGrenzübergreifende Industrieparks im deutsch-französisch-luxemburgisch-belgischen Grenzraum
Schulz, Christian

in RIEMENSCHNEIDER, Rainer (Ed.) Industrialisierung und Industrieregionen. (1999)

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See detailCity-networking and bottom-up development by transfrontier co-operation.
Schulz, Christian

in KNIPPENBERG, Hans; MARKUSSE, Jan D. (Eds.) Nationalising and Denationalising European Border Regions, 1800-2000: Views from Geography and History (1999)

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See detailCultural and regional integration. The case of the Saar-Lor-Lux cross-border labour market
Dörrenbächer, Peter; Schulz, Christian

in KOTER, Marek; HEFFNER, Krystian (Eds.) Multicultural Regions and Cities (1999)

See detailDie kommunale grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit - Basis und Motor der europäischen Integration? Das Beispiel Saar-Lor-Lux.
Schulz, Christian

in Berichte zur Deutschen Landeskunde (1998), 1998(4), 267-290

See detailL´intercommunalité sans frontières? Etat actuel et perspectives de la coopération transfrontalière des collectivités locales dans l´espace Saar-Lor-Lux.
Schulz, Christian

in Mosella (1998), XXIII(1-2), 1-22

See detailRéseaux de villes et intercommunalité transfrontalière dans l´espace Saar-Lor-Lux.
Schulz, Christian

in Les espaces transfrontaliers. (1998)

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See detailBetrieblicher Umweltschutz in der saarländischen und lothringischen Industrie.
Schulz, Christian

in AUST, Bruno; et al. (Eds.) Saar-Lor-Lux, Umweltprobleme. (1998)

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See detailGrenzgänger von Amts wegen. Kommunale grenzüberschreitende Kooperation im Saar-Lor-Lux-Raum
Schulz, Christian

in Schneider, Reinhard (Ed.) Grenzgänger (1998)

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See detailInterkommunale Zusammenarbeit im Saar-Lor-Lux-Raum. Lokale grenzüberschreitende Integrationsprozesse.
Schulz, Christian

Book published by Universität des Saarlands Fachrichtung Geographie (1998)

See detailUmweltprobleme in der Grenzregion Saar-Lor-Lux
Brücher, Wolfgang; Schulz, Christian

in AUST, Bruno (Ed.) Saar-Lor-Lux, Umweltprobleme. (1998)

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See detailSaar-Lor-Lux - Die Bedeutung der lokalen grenzüberschreitenden Kooperation für den europäischen Integrationsprozeß.
Schulz, Christian

in Europa Regional (1997)

See detailSaar-Lor-Lux - Die Bedeutung der lokalen grenzüberschreitenden Kooperation für den europäischen Integrationsprozeß.
Schulz, Christian; Brücher, Wolfgang

in Magazin Forschung (1997), (1), 46-53

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See detailL´Agglomération Transfrontalière du Pôle Européen de Développement (PED) Longwy-Rodange-Athus. Expériences et perspectives d´un programme trinational de restructuration économique.
Schulz, Christian

in Revue Géographique de l'Est (1996), 1996(2), 133-150

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See detailDer Pôle Européen de Développement Longwy-Rodange-Athus (PED). Reaktivierung von Industriebrachen und wirtschaftliche Konversion im Dreiländereck Frankreich-Belgien-Luxemburg.
Schulz, Christian

in Lehners, Jean-Paul; et al. (Eds.) Héritages culturels dans la Grande Région Saar-Lor-Lux-Rhénanie-Palatinat (1996)