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Recent Approaches to Economic Dynamics
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Recent Approaches to Economic Dynamics ab 84.8 € als Taschenbuch: Conference Volume (Bielefeld: 7-9th October 1987). Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Recent Approaches to Economic Dynamics
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Recent Approaches to Economic Dynamics ab 84.8 EURO Conference Volume (Bielefeld: 7-9th October 1987)

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Bourdieusian Structural Constructivism and Stat...
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Project Report from the year 2016 in the subject Politics - International Politics - General and Theories, Bielefeld University (bghs), language: English, abstract: This study explores how Bourdieusian structural constructivism contributes to our understanding of state identity in international relations. While there has been a significant concentration of constructivism on the description and understanding of state identity, constructivist approaches still have not comprehensively answered all the controversial questions of structural theories.The aim of the book, thus, is to improve understanding of state subjectivity and identity by means of Bourdieusian sociological approach, which provides a basis to form a middle-way between the structuralist and constructivist perspectives on the issues of identity and state. I test the applicability of Bourdieusian terminology in the fields of economic and social capital.In order to illustrate the theoretical dabates of the research in a more comprehensive way, the chapters in this stage utilize distinctive methodological concepts of neoliberalism, democratisation and the developing state. Ultimately, the book determines how Bourdieusian structural constructivism improves the theory of international relations beyond the existing borders of constructivism.

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Becoming Urban: State and Migration in Contempo...
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With China's sky-rocketing economic growth since the late 1980's, the mobility of its labor force has increased tremendously. In the early 21st century the number of internal migrants is approaching 300 million, corresponding to more than 20% of the country's population. This development has become a cause for political concern, highlighting significant issues in the social relations between settled communities and new migrants. This book examines in depth how institutional arrangements, in particular, the Hukou (Household Registration) system, influence the integration of migrants at their destinations. Under this unique Chinese settlement system, migrants are defined by their Hukou location to which they are allocated by birth or by later official permissions if they fulfill certain requirements. The primary research questions approached concern the economic, social, political and psychological integration of migrants in cities. They are answered on the basis of both quantitative and qualitative original primary data. The findings are impressive. Migrants show strong performances with regard to their integration into labor markets and their income levels. Nevertheless, they display significantly weaker performances in the area of social integration and political integration. Surprisingly no difference in integration at the psychological level could be found.Dr. Rumin LUO (PhD from Bielefeld University, Germany, 2012) is working as a research fellow in Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany since 2012. She was trained as an Economic Sociologist and her current research interests are focused on institution, social policy, migration, and culture and market in urban China. Her other works appeared on Urbanities Journal, Collections of Women Studies and InterDisciplines. Journal of History and Sociology. She worked for projects and researches sponsored by Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, UK Department for International Development and so on from 2002-2008. Her working areas cover more than 10 provinces in China.

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Opernland Nordrhein-Westfalen
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84 Opernhäuser gibt es in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, allein 13 davon in der Region zwischen Aachen und Detmold, Bonn und Bielefeld – damit besitzt Nordrhein-Westfalen die dichteste Opernlandschaft der Welt! Wie kam dieses einzigartige Theaterwunder zustande? Georg Quander, als Musikjournalist, Autor und Kulturmanager, Opern- und Filmregisseur ein profunder Kenner der Szene, gibt Antworten. Souverän bietet er einen faszinierenden Einblick in 300 Jahre Musiktheater: von den kurfürstlichen Bühnen des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts über die napoleonische und preussische Zeit, die Industrialisierung, die Goldenden Zwanziger Jahre, die Abgründe unterm Hakenkreuz, den Aufschwung im Zeichen des Wirtschaftswunders und die Zeiten klammer werdender Kommunen bis ins 21. Jahrhundert. North Rhine-Westphalia boasts the densest opera landscape worldwide. Georg Quander – music journalist, author, cultural manager, and director of operas and films – provides some fascinating insights into 300 years of musical theatre: from the princely stages of the seventeenth century and the Napoleonic and Prussian eras, via industrialisation, the Nazi era, the upswing of the ‘economic miracle’, and the years of drastic municipal budget cuts, up to the present day.

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Internationalisation of  German Higher Education
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Master's Thesis from the year 2004 in the subject Business economics - Didactics, Economic Pedagogy, grade: 1,3, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), 82 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This study does not focus on the 'powerhouses' of internationalisation but rather at the possibilities of an 'average' university with up to now rather average numbers of foreign students and an average degree of overall internationalisation. The University of Bielefeld is taken as one example, of how internationalisation can be implemented, what the key processes of internationalisation are and which steps should be taken to foster internationalisation in the future. The first part of this study is having a look at what internationalisation of universities is and how the idea has developed historically. he paper then in the second part describes the main stakeholders and their role in the internationalisation of higher education. In part three and four the key drivers of internationalisation for universities in general and German institutions of higher education in particular are identified. Therefore this paper outlines first the general global trends in higher education in part three and than focuses on specific German and European developments in part four. Special attention will be drawn on the legal changes in the German system of higher education and the EU-harmonisation process. In Chapter five the competitive forces like new market entrants and substitutes will be looked at. The sixth part will describe the specific motivation for internationalisation at the UoB and sketch the environmental situation of the university like the history of the institution, geographical aspects, its profile etc. It then focuses on strategy formulated so far. Parts seven and eight examine the internationalisation efforts on the side of resource allocation and international programmes. The last chapter tries to summarize the strengths and weaknesses of the internationalisation process at the UoB and to derive recommendations for a coherent future strategy of internationalisation. This part is opening perspectives for chances, but also tries to focus on the dangers for the UoB. Therefore in the preceding parts the internationalisation efforts and its effects will be analysed and compared to developments at other universities focussing especially on other universities in North Rhine Westphalia (NRW), but also worldwide.

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Morally motivated critique of the construct of ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Globalization, Political Economics, grade: 1,3, Bielefeld University, course: Moral Basis of Capitalism, 36 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: As Globalization and Neoliberalism are mentioned in public mass media, these terms are mainly afflicted with extensive critiques. Neoliberalism is implied an egoist, reckless transfer of Darwin's doctrine to Economy in which only the fittest can survive. This so called doctrine becomes more and more evident. Besides other definitions of Globalization I will refer to a 'general' definition which is sufficient as a required framework for this paper. I will define it as a term to 'describe the growth and spread in investment, trade, and production, the introduction of new technology, and the spread of democracy around the world.' (Schaeffer 2003: 1) The degree of Globalization 'would affect not only production, finance, technology, media and fashion, but also the international political system.' (Archibugi 2004: 438) The logic of the market has undoubtedly penetrated other subsystems of societies. In the overall concept of Globalization, Neoliberalism is the economic 'Ideology' which coins globalization. Neoliberalism is 'the' constitutive basis, the incentive of Globalization. Globalization explicitly implies the idea of worldwide free trade and global market economy. (Cp. Schäfer 2003: 36) 'At the end of the twentieth century, it looks clear that there has been a kind of triumph o global capitalism.' (Langhorne 2001: 16) This obvious development is frequently criticised all over the world dependent on sociocultural and structural background of critiques. In Africa targets of criticism are mainly international institutions like the IMF, World Bank, World Trade Organization or the Group of 8, banks and stock exchanges in the US, Canada and Europe. (Cp. Wood 2004: 69-75) This paper intends to elaborate Neoliberalism as the omnipotent market ideology and the inevitability of an evolutionary process. Outgoing from this thesis, neoliberalist-critics underestimate the importance of Global Governance as a concept of government on a global level. Instead, critics misguiding criticize the logic of a working system based on inequality. Hereafter this paper offers an appropriate concept of Global Governance which might be an opportunity to deal with apparent negative externalities in the global market system.

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Democracy on a global level - feasible or utopi...
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Seminar paper from the year 2006 in the subject Politics - International Politics - General and Theories, grade: 1,3, Bielefeld University, course: Global Governanance by Global Frameworks, 24 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: In this written homework I will use the term 'globalization' to 'describe the growth and spread in investment, trade, and production, the introduction of new technology, and the spread of democracy around the world'. (ibid. 2003: 1). It has to be noticed that this economic globalization 'would affect not only production, finance, technology, media and fashion, but also the international political system, leading also to a globalization of democracy' (Archibugi 2004: 438) Here it is important to note, that on the one hand I support the claim that the ideas of democracy are globalized, on the other hand , however, there has to be kept in mind, the constraint that democracy is only global as a formal or structural blueprint. The flexible characteristics and focuses of democracy differ in many ways; therefore it is not possible to state that an all-embracing final democratic model exists. According to Pauly the impact of globalization shortens national capacities so that they become 'inefficient regulators of markets that cross their borders, ..' (Pauly 2000: 4) This raises questions about the democratic legitimacy of an increasingly internationally operating government and international institutions with an indefinite and not clearly defined designation of legitimacy caused by a weak democratic proportion on a global level. Additionally one can observe a rapidly growing number of non-state actors and rising influence like TNCs and NGOs. Approaches concerning the processing of these topics are described under the wide field of 'global governance'.The theoretical discussion and their discourse offer help to take a look on today's institutionsand their problems, the role of the state and the possible implementation approaches of theoretical ideas towards a democratic form of global governance. One solution, obviously, would be a transfer of states¿ sovereignty to a regional or global level. I will concentrate on the confrontation of two basic models of democracy beyond the nationstate, the Cosmopolitan Democracy and the Deliberative Democracy. Based on different normative assumptions they have different ideas of how to create a more adequate form of governance. I will present both concepts separately followed by an all-embracing valuation and a conclusion.

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Becoming Urban: State and Migration in Contempo...
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With China's sky-rocketing economic growth since the late 1980's, the mobility of its labor force has increased tremendously. In the early 21st century the number of internal migrants is approaching 300 million, corresponding to more than 20% of the country's population. This development has become a cause for political concern, highlighting significant issues in the social relations between settled communities and new migrants. This book examines in depth how institutional arrangements, in particular, the Hukou (Household Registration) system, influence the integration of migrants at their destinations. Under this unique Chinese settlement system, migrants are defined by their Hukou location to which they are allocated by birth or by later official permissions if they fulfill certain requirements. The primary research questions approached concern the economic, social, political and psychological integration of migrants in cities. They are answered on the basis of both quantitative and qualitative original primary data. The findings are impressive. Migrants show strong performances with regard to their integration into labor markets and their income levels. Nevertheless, they display significantly weaker performances in the area of social integration and political integration. Surprisingly no difference in integration at the psychological level could be found. Dr. Rumin LUO (PhD from Bielefeld University, Germany, 2012) is working as a research fellow in Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, Germany since 2012. She was trained as an Economic Sociologist and her current research interests are focused on institution, social policy, migration, and culture and market in urban China. Her other works appeared on Urbanities Journal, Collections of Women Studies and InterDisciplines. Journal of History and Sociology. She worked for projects and researches sponsored by Deutschen Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Asian Development Bank, World Bank, UK Department for International Development and so on from 2002-2008. Her working areas cover more than 10 provinces in China.

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