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  • French
    Authors: 
    Benezech, Ludovic;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Le Dossier "La motivation de la peine", Actes du colloque de Clermont-Ferrand du 20 mai 2022, F. Safi (dir.) ; Le Commentaire "Les risques contractuels face au Covid-19 : le maintien de l’obligation de régler les loyers des baux commerciaux. Commentaire des arrêts du 30 juin 2022, n°21-19.889 – n°21-20.127 – n°21-20.190", par E. Roumeau ; Les Chroniques "Un an de droit de l’environnement (2021)", avec le Master 2 Droit public approfondi, Ecole de droit-UCA, sous la direction de Ch-A. Dubreuil - "Chronique de jurisprudence de droit notarial", avec le Master 2 Droit notarial 2021-2022, Faculté de droit de Dijon-Université de Bourgogne, sous la direction de V. Bonnet

  • English
    Authors: 
    Erokhin, D.;
    Publisher: China-CEE Institute
    Country: Austria

    The COVID-19 pandemic, an unexpected event with strong and long-lasting consequences, led to increased uncertainty among investors and collapses in commodities and financial markets. However, while some investors pulled their capital out and sold assets, others bought them back at low prices. Although less volatile, the foreign direct investment (FDI) market was also hit hard. Against this background, this paper explores the effect of the pandemic on Chinese FDI in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries that are strategically important to China. The paper uses the Coordinated Direct Investment Survey by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Statistical Bulletins of China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment, the OECD.Stat FDI data, and the China Global Investment Tracker. The paper finds that the pandemic did not have a negative impact on Chinese outward FDI to the CEE countries. The structure of Chinese outward FDI to the CEE countries changed in favor of more indirect FDI. Moreover, the paper shows that there are still huge discrepancies between the IMF data and the Chinese national statistics, which suggests that further work in the direction of statistical harmonization is necessary. As for the future of Chinese investment in the region, the paper anticipates China’s continued strategic interest in the region with increasing competition from other geopolitical centers.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Barth, Theodor;
    Publisher: KHiO
    Country: Norway

    Three files: tales (mostly in English), images and writing exercises. The stories compiled in the attachment are called stories of nothing, as they are built from coincidences and are based on real events: as they happened, they were slippery and difficult to remember. With the work of time—and practice—they became stories: picked up, linked to events and occasionally come with some advice. Like in Walter Benjamin’s essay on Nikolai Leskov—the Storyteller—the stories eschew the premises of journalism and of authoring. In his words, the crafts constitute the home of a higher level of storytelling. Since they deal with coincidence the stories of Nothing are connected to Surrealism, as explained by André Breton and Paul Eluard (Minotaure). In some sense they oppose the Hidden Hand of Liberalism, with the Hidden Hand of History: as necessity finds its way through desire and dream to display in coincidence. A number of the attached stories the events utfolder as though there was a hidden film director at work, and the story teller became unwittingly involved and tangled in a movie take. Of course, there was no such thing, which is why they are called stories of nothing. At the bottom of the coloumn of files to the left, the reader will also find some writing exercises, that will help to prepare her for stories like these. It takes som effort and toil to get there, but in the end they will yield to writing. The stories were compiled in the early days of the Covid 19 pandemic, on a FB group support page called Mora til Herman. It closed, as the pandemic progressed, the 23rd april 2020. The definition of DESIGN used here, determines a two-tiered process of 1) pathfinding and 2) goalseeking, through sustain trail and search of mark-making (writing or drawing) that hatches when the two tiers start to converge/coincide. Design searches and queries between what never works and what always works: it explores the slim possibilities in between, in quest of moving from a current situation to a preferred one (Herbert Simon).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Espín-Sánchez, Daysi; Vizueta-Rubio, Carolina; Jaramillo-Guapisaca, Karen; Ramos-Aristimbay, María L.; Sánchez-Vaca, Andrés S.; Chico-Terán, Fernanda; Cerda-Mejía, Liliana; García, Mario D.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Material suplementario del artículo "Análisis de susceptibilidad a mutaciones que confieren resistencia a inhibidores de las enzimas proteasa principal (Mpro) y ARN polimerasa ARN-dependiente (RdRp) del SARS-CoV-2"

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hervieux, Valérie; Biron, Caroline; Fernet, Claude;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
    Country: Canada

    At the individual level, physical activity is one of the interventions that has been recommended to prevent burnout during COVID-19. In a post-pandemic context where organisations have considerably changed, the promotion of physical activity as an organisational intervention still appears to be very useful to prevent burnout. However, there are some paradoxes unexplained in the scientific literature that hinder our understanding of the relationship between physical activity and burnout, and ultimately, the use of physical activity as a resource to prevent burnout. The purpose of this chapter is therefore to shed light on certain contradictions regarding physical activity and its potential benefits to help prevent burnout through the recovery process. Specifically, we attempt to provide some answers to the following critically important questions emerging from our reading of conflicting studies on the relationship between physical activity and burnout: Is physical activity practiced during work time as beneficial for health as when done during non-work time? Do only sedentary office workers benefit from occupational physical activity?

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Schulz, Gretchen;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    These files include the survey questions for data collection as well as the 6 messaging appeals used in this research project.

  • Open Access Catalan; Valencian
    Authors: 
    Tinència d'Alcaldia d'Economia, Treball, Competitivitat i Hisenda; Gerència d’Àrea d’Economia, Recursos i Promoció Econòmica; Taller Escola Barcelona;
    Country: Spain

    Aprovat per la Tinència d'Alcaldia d'Economia, Treball, Competitivitat i Hisenda i Grup Cooperatiu TEB (Taller Escola Barcelona) S.C.C.L. el 23-12-2022

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Anna Pascual Reguant; Ronja Mothes; Helena Radbruch; Anja E. Hauser;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Clinical Data Table containing all relevant information for the COVID-19 study performed, in particular COVID-19 disease duration (which was used to stratify the lung samples analyzed by multiplexed histology and spatial transcriptomics) and presence of SARS-CoV-2 viral particles.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    CARMEM LUCIANA C.M. SANTOS; MARÍLIA LELÉ RINALDI;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    O SARS-COV-2 rapidamente configurou uma Emergência Sanitária Internacional ocasionado em milhões de casos em todo o mundo, com milhares de mortos e inúmeros sobreviventes. Torna-se relevante concentrar esforços com o intuito de entender os aspectos envolvidos e já relatados por outras investigações abordando sequelas do Pós-covid 19, visto que inúmeros estudos ainda estão sendo desenvolvidos abordando esta temática. Neste contexto, tem crescido a preocupação das repercussões deste agravo no Sistema Nervoso Central o número crescente de casos e mortes causados pelo SARSCOV-2 durante o período pandêmico e periférico. As revisões rápidas têm como estratégias o intuito de garantir a disponibilização de evidências cientificas de qualidade aos tomadores de decisão. Nesta perspectiva, tal protocolo visa identificar as principais sequelas neurológicas do Pós-Covid 19, citadas em trabalhos de revisões sistemáticas produzidas em idiomas português, inglês e espanhol, nos anos de 2020 a 2022.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Vittoria Luda di Cortemiglia; Elena D'Angelo; Yvonne Ryan; Colin Fitzpatrick;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The project organized four multi-disciplinary training courses covering all steps in the enforcement chain (including inspection and detection, investigation, prosecution and sentencing). The trainings aimed to enhance national and international cooperation, and involve awareness raising webinar sessions to reach a global audience of practitioners. The training were originally meant to be organized in Germany, the Netherlands, Slovakia and Ireland, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic three were converted into online workshops, (Germany, Slovakia and Ireland), while the one in the Netherlands was conducted face-to-face. The sessions were designed upon the project outcomes and findings of the Training Needs Assessment and leveraged on the Training Toolkit developed within the project. The four online trainings were organized and successfully delivered to more than 350 participants throughout 2021 and 2022.

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  • French
    Authors: 
    Benezech, Ludovic;
    Publisher: HAL CCSD
    Country: France

    Le Dossier "La motivation de la peine", Actes du colloque de Clermont-Ferrand du 20 mai 2022, F. Safi (dir.) ; Le Commentaire "Les risques contractuels face au Covid-19 : le maintien de l’obligation de régler les loyers des baux commerciaux. Commentaire des arrêts du 30 juin 2022, n°21-19.889 – n°21-20.127 – n°21-20.190", par E. Roumeau ; Les Chroniques "Un an de droit de l’environnement (2021)", avec le Master 2 Droit public approfondi, Ecole de droit-UCA, sous la direction de Ch-A. Dubreuil - "Chronique de jurisprudence de droit notarial", avec le Master 2 Droit notarial 2021-2022, Faculté de droit de Dijon-Université de Bourgogne, sous la direction de V. Bonnet

  • English
    Authors: 
    Erokhin, D.;
    Publisher: China-CEE Institute
    Country: Austria

    The COVID-19 pandemic, an unexpected event with strong and long-lasting consequences, led to increased uncertainty among investors and collapses in commodities and financial markets. However, while some investors pulled their capital out and sold assets, others bought them back at low prices. Although less volatile, the foreign direct investment (FDI) market was also hit hard. Against this background, this paper explores the effect of the pandemic on Chinese FDI in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries that are strategically important to China. The paper uses the Coordinated Direct Investment Survey by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Statistical Bulletins of China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment, the OECD.Stat FDI data, and the China Global Investment Tracker. The paper finds that the pandemic did not have a negative impact on Chinese outward FDI to the CEE countries. The structure of Chinese outward FDI to the CEE countries changed in favor of more indirect FDI. Moreover, the paper shows that there are still huge discrepancies between the IMF data and the Chinese national statistics, which suggests that further work in the direction of statistical harmonization is necessary. As for the future of Chinese investment in the region, the paper anticipates China’s continued strategic interest in the region with increasing competition from other geopolitical centers.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Barth, Theodor;
    Publisher: KHiO
    Country: Norway

    Three files: tales (mostly in English), images and writing exercises. The stories compiled in the attachment are called stories of nothing, as they are built from coincidences and are based on real events: as they happened, they were slippery and difficult to remember. With the work of time—and practice—they became stories: picked up, linked to events and occasionally come with some advice. Like in Walter Benjamin’s essay on Nikolai Leskov—the Storyteller—the stories eschew the premises of journalism and of authoring. In his words, the crafts constitute the home of a higher level of storytelling. Since they deal with coincidence the stories of Nothing are connected to Surrealism, as explained by André Breton and Paul Eluard (Minotaure). In some sense they oppose the Hidden Hand of Liberalism, with the Hidden Hand of History: as necessity finds its way through desire and dream to display in coincidence. A number of the attached stories the events utfolder as though there was a hidden film director at work, and the story teller became unwittingly involved and tangled in a movie take. Of course, there was no such thing, which is why they are called stories of nothing. At the bottom of the coloumn of files to the left, the reader will also find some writing exercises, that will help to prepare her for stories like these. It takes som effort and toil to get there, but in the end they will yield to writing. The stories were compiled in the early days of the Covid 19 pandemic, on a FB group support page called Mora til Herman. It closed, as the pandemic progressed, the 23rd april 2020. The definition of DESIGN used here, determines a two-tiered process of 1) pathfinding and 2) goalseeking, through sustain trail and search of mark-making (writing or drawing) that hatches when the two tiers start to converge/coincide. Design searches and queries between what never works and what always works: it explores the slim possibilities in between, in quest of moving from a current situation to a preferred one (Herbert Simon).

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access Spanish
    Authors: 
    Espín-Sánchez, Daysi; Vizueta-Rubio, Carolina; Jaramillo-Guapisaca, Karen; Ramos-Aristimbay, María L.; Sánchez-Vaca, Andrés S.; Chico-Terán, Fernanda; Cerda-Mejía, Liliana; García, Mario D.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Material suplementario del artículo "Análisis de susceptibilidad a mutaciones que confieren resistencia a inhibidores de las enzimas proteasa principal (Mpro) y ARN polimerasa ARN-dependiente (RdRp) del SARS-CoV-2"

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hervieux, Valérie; Biron, Caroline; Fernet, Claude;
    Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
    Country: Canada

    At the individual level, physical activity is one of the interventions that has been recommended to prevent burnout during COVID-19. In a post-pandemic context where organisations have considerably changed, the promotion of physical activity as an organisational intervention still appears to be very useful to prevent burnout. However, there are some paradoxes unexplained in the scientific literature that hinder our understanding of the relationship between physical activity and burnout, and ultimately, the use of physical activity as a resource to prevent burnout. The purpose of this chapter is therefore to shed light on certain contradictions regarding physical activity and its potential benefits to help prevent burnout through the recovery process. Specifically, we attempt to provide some answers to the following critically important questions emerging from our reading of conflicting studies on the relationship between physical activity and burnout: Is physical activity practiced during work time as beneficial for health as when done during non-work time? Do only sedentary office workers benefit from occupational physical activity?

  • Closed Access
    Authors: 
    Schulz, Gretchen;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    These files include the survey questions for data collection as well as the 6 messaging appeals used in this research project.

  • Open Access Catalan; Valencian
    Authors: 
    Tinència d'Alcaldia d'Economia, Treball, Competitivitat i Hisenda; Gerència d’Àrea d’Economia, Recursos i Promoció Econòmica; Taller Escola Barcelona;
    Country: Spain

    Aprovat per la Tinència d'Alcaldia d'Economia, Treball, Competitivitat i Hisenda i Grup Cooperatiu TEB (Taller Escola Barcelona) S.C.C.L. el 23-12-2022

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Anna Pascual Reguant; Ronja Mothes; Helena Radbruch; Anja E. Hauser;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Clinical Data Table containing all relevant information for the COVID-19 study performed, in particular COVID-19 disease duration (which was used to stratify the lung samples analyzed by multiplexed histology and spatial transcriptomics) and presence of SARS-CoV-2 viral particles.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    CARMEM LUCIANA C.M. SANTOS; MARÍLIA LELÉ RINALDI;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    O SARS-COV-2 rapidamente configurou uma Emergência Sanitária Internacional ocasionado em milhões de casos em todo o mundo, com milhares de mortos e inúmeros sobreviventes. Torna-se relevante concentrar esforços com o intuito de entender os aspectos envolvidos e já relatados por outras investigações abordando sequelas do Pós-covid 19, visto que inúmeros estudos ainda estão sendo desenvolvidos abordando esta temática. Neste contexto, tem crescido a preocupação das repercussões deste agravo no Sistema Nervoso Central o número crescente de casos e mortes causados pelo SARSCOV-2 durante o período pandêmico e periférico. As revisões rápidas têm como estratégias o intuito de garantir a disponibilização de evidências cientificas de qualidade aos tomadores de decisão. Nesta perspectiva, tal protocolo visa identificar as principais sequelas neurológicas do Pós-Covid 19, citadas em trabalhos de revisões sistemáticas produzidas em idiomas português, inglês e espanhol, nos anos de 2020 a 2022.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Vittoria Luda di Cortemiglia; Elena D'Angelo; Yvonne Ryan; Colin Fitzpatrick;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    The project organized four multi-disciplinary training courses covering all steps in the enforcement chain (including inspection and detection, investigation, prosecution and sentencing). The trainings aimed to enhance national and international cooperation, and involve awareness raising webinar sessions to reach a global audience of practitioners. The training were originally meant to be organized in Germany, the Netherlands, Slovakia and Ireland, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic three were converted into online workshops, (Germany, Slovakia and Ireland), while the one in the Netherlands was conducted face-to-face. The sessions were designed upon the project outcomes and findings of the Training Needs Assessment and leveraged on the Training Toolkit developed within the project. The four online trainings were organized and successfully delivered to more than 350 participants throughout 2021 and 2022.

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