Sunday, March 24, 2019

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Data volume on the Internet of Things (IoT) is increasing twice as fast as that of social networks. By 2020 the number of connected devices...

It is vital, today more than ever, that science engages with society. To justify this statement, I’d like to develop three clear arguments: we’re...

Politics & Society

Neutral Switzerland – building bridges in a globalised world Why are Swiss coaches in the Bundesliga, the German national football league, so successful? One...

 Harmony: Unity, Multiplicity, Conflict A standard reply to someone full of praise for harmony in the social and economic world might simply go like this:...

Finance & Economics

Energy regards us all – The oxygen of our economies Our daily life is powered by energy. Smartphones, computers, public traffic, street lights, machines and...

At the US Federal Reserve's Jackson Hole Symposium, President Draghi of the European Central Bank indicated a growing concern about the threat of deflation...

Science

Family Firms and Innovation: the Puzzle Family firms are often portrayed as very traditional, even conservative organizations that treasure the status quo and are unwilling...

by Dr. Constantin H. Alsheimer Die Transformation des bestehenden Systems der industriellen Produktion ist eine der zentralen Aufgaben, vor der die Menschheit im 21. Jahrhundert...

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Nach technischen Schwierigkeiten mit unserer Website sind die Posts der "Security" Ausgabe nun endlich online. Wir konnten auch für diese Ausgabe spannende Autoren gewinnen, so zum Beispiel Dr. Ursula von der Leyen, Verteidigungsministerin von Deutschland.
Schaut vorbei!

Übrigens:
schon bald erscheint unsere neue Ausgabe unter dem Thema "Change".

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After fixing minor issues with our website we finally succeeded at uploading the latest articles from the "Security" issue. Again, this issue features world-class authors such as Dr. Ursula von der Leyen, German Ministry of Defence.
Have a look!

Side note:
soon our new issue covering the topic "Change" will be published!

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