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Knowledge transfer

Dr. Günther Hribek, Präsidentin Prof. Dr. Carola Jungwirth und Prof. Dr. Tomas Sauer

Transfer, as universities’ ‘third mission’, has many different facets but always the same goal: Professor Carola Jungwirth, Professor Tomas Sauer and Dr Günther Hribek talk about interest, trust and the art of building bridges.

Cyber<>Spaces

Prof. Dr. Jan Krämer im Gespräch über datengetriebene Geschäftsmodelle und digitale Plattform-Ökonomie

Professor Jan Krämer examines market power in the digital platform economy. His analyses show that users may not be the most vulnerable.

International Guests

Humboldt-Stipendiatin Mindy Nunez Duffourc aus New Orleans, USA, zusammen mit ihrem Mann René und ihrem Sohn Rainier während des Videodrehs in der Höllgasse in der Altstadt von Passau

‘I think Passau is a very family-friendly town’: Mindy Nunez Duffourc lived in Passau from October 2016 to March 2019 to conduct comparative research on medical malpractice law at the Chair of Common Law, which is held by Professor Jörg Fedtke.

[Translate to English:] Die EU aus US-Perspektive: Phil Bednarczyk bei seinem Vortrag an der Universität Passau

Phil Bednarczyk, political advisor on Europe for the US Congress, has spent the last months as Robert Bosch Fellow in Passau and Dresden. His impressions. By Phil Bednarczyk

 

Just Order

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Our case study in Burkina Faso suggests that glasses costing a couple of dollars are still too expensive and need to be subsidised to reach high levels of coverage. By Prof. Dr. Michael Grimm and Renate Hartwig, PhD

Passau researchers present the findings of their study in Tunis.

Tunisia is regarded as a trailblazer when it comes to women's rights in the Islamic world. However, a weak economy exacerbates traditional gender role thinking, finds a Passau study conducted for the International Labour Organization.

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