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In recent years contexts for fostering creativity were and still are a chief aim in the field of economic geography. Despite the sophisticated examination of the time-spatial constellation for fostering creativity in clusters, in projects or at events, economic geography concentrated mainly on the aspect of generating new ideas. In general, creativ...
In economic geography, the notion of copresence has been at the very center of the research agenda for decades. The elaboration of the benefits of colocation and physical proximity was (and still is) a chief aim of the disciplinary project to demonstrate that ''geography matters''. The geographical concern with colocation, proximity and distance, i...
This work adds to the interdisciplinary debate about the possibility of organizing creative processes. Using the example of pharmaceutical research and development projects the significance of valuations in creative process and the gap between two disciplinary approaches are examined. While economic geography and organizational research focus prima...
Kurzfassung In der Wirtschaftsgeographie stieg in den letzten Jahren das Interesse an Fragen der Temporalität, wobei sowohl kurz- als auch längerfristige physische Interaktionskonstellationen in den Fokus rückten. Trotz der starken empirischen wie theoretischen Ausdifferenzierung physischer Kopräsenzen wurden zwei Aspekte bisher kaum ausreichend pr...
While in recent years there has been increasing research on body dissatisfaction in preadolescence and a small body of research on worry in association with eating disorders, less is known about their effects on school disaffection. Therefore, the current study examined possible gender-specific relations between body dissatisfaction, worry, and sch...
Digitalisation has engendered a profound societal transformation and presents one of the major challenges for the future of work. To better understand how socio-technical changes are socially and technically mediated, the project investigates the implications of digitalisation for qualification requirements, workplace design and employment in the sectors of logistics and health care. The objectives are to identify a) framework conditions for digitalisation at work; b) the role of the individual in the transformation process under aspects of interaction with technology; c) the restructuring effects of digital technology on work processes and skills profiles and related qualification requirements; and d) how organisations rationalise the implementation of digital technologies at the workplace and what this means for the deployment of human resources.