Recent Submissions 

  1. A Gradient Flow Perspective on the Quantization Problem 

    Iacobelli, Mikaela (2018)
    Springer INdAM Series ~ PDE Models for Multi-Agent Phenomena
    Book Chapter
  2. How (not) to talk about technology: International Relations and the question of agency 

    Leese, Matthias; Hoijtink, Marijn (2019)
    Technology and Agency in International Relations
    Book Chapter
  3. Transportation flows in future cities 

    Maheshwari, Tanvi; Fourie, Pieter Jacobus; van Eggermond, Michael A.B. (2019)
    Future Cities Laboratory: Indicia 02
    Book Chapter
  4. Technology, agency, critique: An Interview with Claudia Aradau 

    Aradau, Claudia; Hoijtink, Marijn; Leese, Matthias (2019)
    Technology and Agency in International Relations
    Book Chapter
  5. Configuring Warfare: Automation, Control, Agency 

    Leese, Matthias (2019)
    Technology and Agency in International Relations
    Book Chapter
  6. Shaping Cybersecurity Norms in ASEAN 

    Gomez, Miguel Alberto (2019)
    Towards a Resilient Regional Cyber Security: Perspectives and Challenges in Southeast Asia
    Book Chapter
  7. Big Data Informed Urban Design and Governance 

    Herthogs, Pieter; Clavier, Fabien; Knecht, Katja; et al. (2019)
    Future Cities Laboratory: Indicia 02
    Book Chapter
  8. Postface: Dense Urban Landscapes: A Case for Reinvention? The Ciliwung River Park Project in Jakarta 

    Girot, Christophe (2019)
    Urban Landscapes in High-Density Cities: Parks, Streetscapes, Ecosystems
    Book Chapter
  9. Cartographic Technique and Artifice: The Case of the Chengdu Plain 

    Cairns, Stephen; Chen, Ting (2019)
    Future Cities Laboratory: Indicia 02
    Processes of urbanisation in many parts of monsoon Asia have given rise to extensive, hybrid urban-rural regions around and between major metropolitan centres over the past two decades. Such is their novelty and complexity that the state agencies responsible for planning them have found it difficult to describe and analyse them with existing cartographic conventions. Maps produced by such agencies have become more sophisticated with the ...
    Book Chapter
  10. Zusammen arbeiten. Modalitäten – Settings – Perspektiven 

    Groth, Stefan; Ritter, Christian (2019)
    Zusammen arbeiten. Praktiken der Koordination und Kooperation in kollaborativen Prozessen
    Book Chapter
  11. Serial Millisecond Crystallography of Membrane Proteins 

    Jaeger, Kathrin; Dworkowski, Florian; Nogly, Przemyslaw; et al. (2016)
    Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology ~ The Next Generation in Membrane Protein Structure Determination
    Book Chapter
  12. Opening up the innovation process: Outside-in involvement of innovative users and established firms’ innovation performance 

    Arvanitis, Spyros; Fuchs, Barbara; Wörter, Martin (2019)
    Technology Management ~ Managing Innovation.Understanding and Motivating Crowds
    Book Chapter
  13. Motivational factors affecting participation and contribution of members in two different swiss innovation communities 

    Muhdi, Louise; Boutellier, Roman (2019)
    Series on Technology Management ~ Managing Innovation: Understanding and Motivating Crowds
    Book Chapter
  14. Der Politiker 

    Leuenberger, Stefanie (2019)
    Carl Spitteler: Dichter, Denker, Redner. Eine Begegnung mit seinem Werk
    Book Chapter
  15. Der Denker 

    Leuenberger, Stefanie (2019)
    Carl Spitteler: Dichter, Denker, Redner. Eine Begegnung mit seinem Werk
    Book Chapter
  16. Der Dichter 

    Leuenberger, Stefanie (2019)
    Carl Spitteler: Dichter, Denker, Redner. Eine Begegnung mit seinem Werk
    Book Chapter
  17. Trump and the Weaponization of International Trade 

    Thompson, Jack (2019)
    Strategic Trends 2019: Key Developments in Global Affairs
    In this Strategic Trends chapter, Jack Thompson considers the consequences of the Trump administration’s new approach to trade policy. He notes that the current system is, in some respects, unfair to the United States and harmful to millions of Americans. He also observes that the United States is powerful enough to extract trade concessions from all of its trading partners, and that there may be some short-term advantages in following ...
    Book Chapter
  18. Russia’s Renaissance in the Arab World 

    Watanabe, Lisa (2019)
    Strategic Trends 2019: Key Developments in Global Affairs
    In this Strategic Trends chapter, Lisa Watanabe looks at Russia’s re-emergence as a power broker in the Middle East and North Africa, with a focus on countries of particular interest to Europe when it comes to security issues, economic ties, and immigration. Partly by reviving ties from the Soviet era, and by shrewdly embracing a pragmatic, opportunistic approach, Moscow is bolstering its influence in Syria, Egypt, Libya, and Algeria. ...
    Book Chapter
  19. Russia’s Eurasian Strategy 

    Perović, Jeronim (2019)
    Strategic Trends 2019: Key Developments in Global Affairs
    In this Strategic Trends chapter, Jeronim Perović considers the emergence of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), a surprisingly robust multilateral organization of post-Soviet states, which cooperates in economic, political, and military matters. Though the EAEU is not a Russian puppet, Perović argues that leadership of the Union is a cornerstone of Russia’s strategy to reposition itself as a Central Eurasian great power. This does not ...
    Book Chapter
  20. The Eclipse of Western Military-Technological Superiority 

    Haas, Michael (2019)
    Strategic Trends 2019: Key Developments in Global Affairs
    In this Strategic Trends chapter, Michael Haas examines the advantage Western nations have enjoyed in military technology since the 1970s. He argues that this state of affairs is rapidly changing, as competitors embrace new technologies and duplicate or offset Western strengths – a problem to which there are no easy solutions. In his view, Western policymakers should act on several fronts to slow the process, while also adapting to a world ...
    Book Chapter

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