Marcel Biewendt

Marcel Biewendt
Hungarian University of Agriculture and Life Sciences (MATE) · Economics

Ph.D. Candidate; Master of Science; Master of Arts

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April 2020 - present
FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
Position
  • Chief Operations Officer
Description
  • COO of the Institute of Digitization Aachen
March 2020 - present
Deep Gaming Industries GmbH
Position
  • CEO
Description
  • Deep Gaming Industries ® [DGi] is your partner at web-design & -creation, IT outsourcing and eSports. We participate internationally in various eSports events and tournaments endowed with price money. DGi offers furthermore consulting services in context of the conception and integration of eSports teams in existing companies that want to participate in the eSports scene.
November 2018 - March 2020
FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
Position
  • Guest Speaker
Description
  • Guest Speaker for Economic Policies with focus on Sustainability Management and the Rentier State Model

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Publications (9)
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Today's society is undergoing a paradigm shift driven by the megatrend of sustainability. This undeniably affects all areas of Western life. This paper aims to find out how the luxury industry is dealing with this change and what adjustments are made by the companies. For this purpose, interviews were conducted with managers from the luxury industr...
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The following article deals with the basic principles of intercultural management and possible improvements in terms of cul-tural, ethnic and gender diversification. The results are exemplarily ap-plied to a bank located in Germany. The aim of this paper is to find out to what extent intercultural management could improve the productivity of Relato...
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Rapid development of virtual and data acquisition technology makes Digital Twin Technology (DT) one of the fundamental areas of research, while DT is one of the most promissory developments for the achievement of Industry 4.0. 48% percent of organisations implementing the Internet of Things are already using DT or plan to use DT in 2020. The global...
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The presented paper gives an overview of the most important and most common theories and concepts from the economic field of organisational change and is also enriched with quantitative publication data, which underlines the relevance of the topic. In particular, the topic presented is interwoven in an interdisciplinary way with economic psychologi...
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This publication is intended to present the current state of research on the rebound effect. First, a systematic literature review is carried out to outline (current) scientific models and theories. Research Question 1 follows with a mathematical introduction of the rebound effect, which shows the interdependence of consumer behaviour, technologica...
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This publication is intended to present the current state of research on the rebound effect. First, a systematic literature review is carried out to outline (current) scientific models and theories. Research Question 1 follows with a mathematical introduction of the rebound effect, which shows the interdependence of consumer behaviour, technologica...
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The successful implementation and continuous development of sustainable corporate-level solutions is a challenge. These are endeavours in which social, environmental, and financial aspects must be weighed against each other. They can prove difficult to handle and, in some cases, almost unrealistic. Concepts such as green controlling, IT, and manufa...
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This paper uses a quantitative analysis to examine the interdependence and impact of resource rents on socio-economic development from 2002 to 2017. Nigeria and Norway have been chosen as reference countries due to their abundance of natural resources by similar economic performance, while the ranking in the Human Development Index differs dramatic...

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Development of the new scientific research area of Human Economics