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Tana Make-up Teint Egypt Wonder Primer 30 ml
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Das 1935 in Bielefeld gegründete Unternehmen Tana erlangte weltweiten Ruhm durch das Egypt Wonder. Dieses Mineralpuder harmoniert perfekt mit der Haut und sorgt für einen besonders natürlichen und sommerlich frischen Teint. Der Egypt Wonder Primer ist die ideale Ergänzung zu Ihrer herkömmlichen Make-up Grundierung, denn er deckt Unregelmäßigkeiten perfekt ab und setzt natürliche Akzente.Für natürlich schöne und strahlende HautEin Primer wie der Egypt Wonder Primer wird unter der eigentlichen Make-up Grundierung angewendet. Egal, ob Sie flüssige Foundation verwenden oder lieber Puder mögen, mit diesem Primer schaffen Sie die perfekte Grundlage für ein langanhaltendes Make-up. Dieser Primer mit Anti-Aging-Effect mattiert, mindert kleine Fältchen sofort und sorgt für einen strahlenden und ebenmäßigen Teint. Er ist transparent und deshalb für jeden Teint geeignet. Dank der leichten Textur lässt sich der Primer einfach und gleichmäßig auftragen. Am besten gelingt das mit einem kleinen Kosmetikschwamm. Kombinieren Sie den Egypt Wonder Primer mit weiteren Produkten aus der Egypt Wonder-Serie und erzielen Sie ein Schminkergebnis, das die natürliche Schönheit Ihrer Haut hervorhebt und unterstreicht.

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Der Kampf gegen das Presse-Imperium
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The anti-Springer campaign (ASK) of the '68 movement was not just a struggle against the monopoly on opinion of the Springer press - it was also a central factor in the mobilization of the Extra-Parliamentary Opposition, whose protagonists sharply criticized the market power and reporting of the conservative press. Springer was painted as a danger for the freedom of the press in West Germany. The ASK, which culminated in the `Springer Blockade' in April 1968, didn't remain without effect - particularly with regards to the end of Springer's strategy of expansion. In rich detail, Dae Sung Jung's historical study traces out how the ASK was able to become a central project for many student and non-student groups, and with this, the common denominator of the APO. Dae Sung Jung promovierte an der Universität Bielefeld im Fach Geschichte. Er lehrt westliche Zeitgeschichte (Schwerpunkt Europa und USA) sowie Filmtheorie- und Filmgeschichte mit einem besonderen Schwerpunkt auf die westliche Kultur an der Universität Pusan in Südkorea. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind die globalen 68er-Bewegungen, Filmgeschichte und die Geschichte der Rock- und Popmusik.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Is global warming insurable?  A comparative ana...
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Diploma Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Sociology - Miscellaneous, Bielefeld University, language: English, abstract: The institution of insurance as it is known today has been largely neglected by sociologists, even though it is the central institution, alongside government, responsible for risk management (Ericson et al 2003: 44). A central focus of risk management is the protection of society from damage caused by natural hazards. This thesis aims to frame insurance and other institutions involved with risk management into a particular viewpoint of social problems. Natural hazards constitute the largest shore of the market for insurance while at the same time pose the largest challenge for the institution. One may question why this is so. Well into the 21st century anthropogenic climate change or global warming is no longer merely a theory, it has become reality. International reinsurers, scientists and politicians agree that anthropogenic CO2 and other gases are increasing the temperature on earth. Consequentially natural hazards are increasing in frequency and impact (Munich Re 2009). This poses problems for societies dealing with impacts from natural hazards. Much research has been done on individual behavior in deciding whether or not to insure against natural hazards (Kunreuther 2004; Kerjan 2008a; Grace 2006). This line of research views individual as myopic in assessing risk, thereby underestimating risk and the relevance of insurance. The emphasis of this research is mostly on the irrationality of individuals as regards the benefits of insurance. This perspective fails to take into account the influence of societal institutions on individual decisions; for example, whether or not to insure against disasters. Theoretical exercises in this direction are common, whereas attempts to consider the environment of a specific risk management system are rare. Michael Huber's observation (2004a) represents an exception as it describes the institutional arrangement for the management of floods in England while emphasizing the influence it has on insurability. The assumption that institutions exercise an effect on the insurability of natural hazards remains central. Generally when regarding natural hazards one can differentiate between those affected and those unaffected by anthropogenic climate change. Natural hazards which are not amplified by global warming are earthquakes, volcano eruptions and tsunamis (Munich Re 2009). [...]

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Optimal separation of upstream suppliers of vit...
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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Supply, Production, Logistics, grade: 1,3, Bielefeld University, course: dynamic games in industrial organization, language: English, abstract: In our industrialized world we are confronted with very complex goods. Most of them became part of our everyday life like cars, planes and so on. These products consist of several components with high technological requirements to guarantee the quality of the final product. For example, the production of a high developed plane, as the Airbus A380, needs many special single components like turbines, wings, etc. These vital intermediate goods could either be purchased by foreign firms or be produced by the downstream assembler itself, respectively by an owned subunit. A view on the vertical structure among different downstream firms of different products shows that the share in purchased goods from foreign upstream firms varies widely. Since the components are very specifc, the number of upstream firms which produce one vital intermediate input is of course limited. In turn, the specific component could be purchased by less, mostly just one, consumer. A turbine manufactured for the A380, for instance, could not be used by another assembler than Airbus. A downstream firm is faced by deciding whether it should either integrate upstream units and become the owner of them or to sell some upstream firms, respectively let them stay independent, with respect to maximize its own profit. To provide an answer to the optimal behavior of an assembler, with respect to in- tegrate or to separate upstream units, I will use a model where the downstream firm is a monopolist in the final good market and needs a fixed number of vital intermediate inputs in fixed proportions to produce the final product. This model is relatively new and not being discussed by many authors. It was first examined in 2008 by Laussel. We will see that there exist two effects that influence the decision of the downstream firm. If the independent upstream suppliers have some positive bargaining power, they will sell their produced goods to a price above their costs. That causes the double marginalization effect, because the upstream firms do not account for the effect of its mark-up on the downstream firm. Furthermore an independent supplier, with a positive bargaining power, has a decreasing effect on the prices of the components supplied by the other independent upstream firms, because of the perfect complementary character of the intermediate goods. A high number of independent suppliers yields to relatively low input prices of the particular upstream firms.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Der Kampf gegen das Presse-Imperium
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The anti-Springer campaign (ASK) of the '68 movement was not just a struggle against the monopoly on opinion of the Springer press - it was also a central factor in the mobilization of the Extra-Parliamentary Opposition, whose protagonists sharply criticized the market power and reporting of the conservative press. Springer was painted as a danger for the freedom of the press in West Germany. The ASK, which culminated in the `Springer Blockade' in April 1968, didn't remain without effect - particularly with regards to the end of Springer's strategy of expansion. In rich detail, Dae Sung Jung's historical study traces out how the ASK was able to become a central project for many student and non-student groups, and with this, the common denominator of the APO. Dae Sung Jung promovierte an der Universität Bielefeld im Fach Geschichte. Er lehrt westliche Zeitgeschichte (Schwerpunkt Europa und USA) sowie Filmtheorie- und Filmgeschichte mit einem besonderen Schwerpunkt auf die westliche Kultur an der Universität Pusan in Südkorea. Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind die globalen 68er-Bewegungen, Filmgeschichte und die Geschichte der Rock- und Popmusik.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 05.08.2020
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Is global warming insurable?  A comparative ana...
34,99 € *
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Diploma Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Sociology - Miscellaneous, Bielefeld University, language: English, abstract: The institution of insurance as it is known today has been largely neglected by sociologists, even though it is the central institution, alongside government, responsible for risk management (Ericson et al 2003: 44). A central focus of risk management is the protection of society from damage caused by natural hazards. This thesis aims to frame insurance and other institutions involved with risk management into a particular viewpoint of social problems. Natural hazards constitute the largest shore of the market for insurance while at the same time pose the largest challenge for the institution. One may question why this is so. Well into the 21st century anthropogenic climate change or global warming is no longer merely a theory, it has become reality. International reinsurers, scientists and politicians agree that anthropogenic CO2 and other gases are increasing the temperature on earth. Consequentially natural hazards are increasing in frequency and impact (Munich Re 2009). This poses problems for societies dealing with impacts from natural hazards. Much research has been done on individual behavior in deciding whether or not to insure against natural hazards (Kunreuther 2004; Kerjan 2008a; Grace 2006). This line of research views individual as myopic in assessing risk, thereby underestimating risk and the relevance of insurance. The emphasis of this research is mostly on the irrationality of individuals as regards the benefits of insurance. This perspective fails to take into account the influence of societal institutions on individual decisions; for example, whether or not to insure against disasters. Theoretical exercises in this direction are common, whereas attempts to consider the environment of a specific risk management system are rare. Michael Huber's observation (2004a) represents an exception as it describes the institutional arrangement for the management of floods in England while emphasizing the influence it has on insurability. The assumption that institutions exercise an effect on the insurability of natural hazards remains central. Generally when regarding natural hazards one can differentiate between those affected and those unaffected by anthropogenic climate change. Natural hazards which are not amplified by global warming are earthquakes, volcano eruptions and tsunamis (Munich Re 2009). [...]

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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