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16.12.2020 | Unternehmensführung | Interview | Onlineartikel

"Unternehmen sind bereits politische Akteure"

Politische Verantwortung ist für Unternehmen ein Business Case, betont Experte Johannes Bohnen im Interview. Werden Politik und Wirtschaft zusammen gedacht, profitieren Markenreputation, Rechtsstaat und Demokratie, so der Springer-Autor.

11.11.2020 | Compliance | Interview | Onlineartikel

"Es geht künftig klar übers Geld"

Das Verbandssanktionengesetz hat Unternehmen aufgeschreckt. Rollen Strafen und Compliance-Investitionen auf Unternehmen zu? Juristin Katharina Beckemper ordnet die neue Regelung und ihre Konsequenzen für Unternehmen im Interview ein.

26.05.2020 | Lobbying | Im Fokus | Onlineartikel

Der Wirtschaft fehlt politischer Sachverstand

Lobbyismus war gestern: Politiker wünschen sich nicht Einflussnahme, sondern partnerschaftliche Beziehungen zu Wirtschaftsvertretern. Der Austausch krankt einer Umfrage zufolge allerdings an unerfüllten Erwartungen.

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22.02.2021 | Original Paper

Public Services, Geography, and Citizen Perceptions of Government in Latin America

One of the linchpins of democratic accountability runs through service quality. Because citizens are sensitive to the quality of basic services, they can translate (dis)satisfaction into assessments of incumbent politicians. Yet, although previous …

19.02.2021 | Regular Article

The US–Ireland–India in the catch-up cycles in IT services: MNCs, indigenous capabilities and the roles of macroeconomic variables

This study attempts to explain successive changes in industrial leadership in IT services by employing the catch-up cycle theory developed by Lee and Malerba (Res Policy 46(2):338–351, 2017). A catch-up cycle was observed in which leadership have …


Explaining negative descriptions of Armenians in Turkish parliamentary speeches (1960–1980) via group position theory

This paper scrutinizes the role of Turkish politicians’ threat perception on negative descriptions of Armenians between 1960 and 1980. In so doing, it brings together the theoretical insights of group position theory with the scholarship on the …

17.02.2021 Open Access

The small world of German CEOs: a multi-method analysis of the affiliation network structure

This paper seeks to understand the structure of corporate networks in the period following the dissolution of Deutschland AG (“Germany Inc.”). For this purpose, affiliation networks among chief executive officers (CEOs) that are based on common …

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2021 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Reflective Practice in the African Space Sector: The Importance of Cadre Formation

Reflective practice, most simply, is thinking about what one does professionally, how one does it, and what one can learn from experience. It is commonly found in a diverse range of disciplinary fields, including education, nursing, and social …

2021 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Towards a Competitive African Space Industry

Experts and media outlets have noted the recent growth of the African space industry. However, the continent’s production and utilisation of space science, technology and services remain amongst the lowest in the world. The African Union (‘AU’) …

2021 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

Theoretical Framework

This research will view the role of institutionsInstitutions from the theoretical lenses of historical and sociological institutionalismSociological institutionalism. Linking the historical and sociological, on one hand, the aim is to understand …

2021 | OriginalPaper | Buchkapitel

A Critical Transnationalist ApproachCritical transnationalist approach to the European Financial Governance

This chapter introduces an original critical IPE (International Political Economy) theoretical framework in the analysis of the EU interest groups’ lobbying. First, it offers a review of the literature on the EU post-crisis financial regulation …

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