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Nahrungsergänzungsmittel sind kein Ersatz für eine ausgewogene und abwechslungsreiche Ernährung und eine gesunde Lebensweise. Fördert die Ausleitung von Säuren und unterstützt ein natürliches Säure-Basen Gleichgewicht im Körper Für eine normale Funktion der Muskeln* Zur Erhaltung eines normalen Bindegewebes Die Grundregulation unseres Körpers wird entscheidend vom Gleichgewicht zwischen Säuren und Basen beeinflusst. Ein Zuviel an Zucker, Koffein, Fleisch und ballastoffarmen Lebensmitteln lässt unseren Körper in einer wahren Säureflut ertrinken. Der Körper versucht, diese Säuren auszuscheiden. Wenn das nicht gelingt, werden sie im Bindegewebe abgelagert. Metacare® Basic 3 unterstützt die Entsäuerung mit der Kraft wildwachsender Kräuter. Zutaten Kaliumchlorid, Calciumcitrat, Magnesiumcitrat, Oregano Extrakt, modifizierte Cellulose, Rosmarin, Blattextrakt, Cellulose, mikrokristallin (Füllstoff) , Thymian Blattextrakt, Fenchel Samenextrakt, Salbei Blattextrakt, Magnesiumstearat Glutenfrei Vegan Diabetiker geeignet Ohne Gentechnik Zuckerfrei Laktosefrei Zusammensetzung pro Kapsel Calciumcitrat 190 mg Kaliumchlorid 190 mg Magnesiumcitrat 127 mg Oregano Extrakt 100 mg Rosmarin Blattextrakt 20 mg Thymian Blattextrakt 10 mg Fenchel Samenextrakt 5 mg ätherische Öle 0,1 mg Salbei Blattextrakt 5 mg Verzehrempfehlung Nach jedem säurereichen Essen sowie nach anstrengenden Sporteinheiten 3 Kapseln metacare® Basic 3 mit einem Glas Wasser einnehmen. Zur allgemeinen Stress-Entsäuerung hat sich die Einnahme von 3 Kapseln direkt vor dem Zubettgehen bewährt. Hinweis: Die angegebene empfohlene Tagesmenge darf nicht überschritten werden. Aufbewahrung: Kühl (6-25 °C) und lichtgeschützt lagern. Außerhalb der Reichweite von Kindern aufbewahren. Nettofüllmenge 90 Kapseln = 67 g Herstellerdaten APG Allergosan GmbH Kasseler Str. 76 34281 Gudensberg, Deutschland

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Magnier, A: Residual stress analysis in polymer...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 10.12.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Residual stress analysis in polymer materials using the hole drilling method - basic principles and applications, Autor: Magnier, Arnaud, Verlag: Kassel University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Maschinenbau // Materialwissenschaft, Rubrik: Maschinenbau // Fertigungstechnik, Seiten: 120, Reihe: Forschungsberichte aus dem Institut für Werkstofftechnik, Metallische Werkstoffe der Universität Kassel (Nr. 29), Gewicht: 169 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Monetary and Fiscal Strategies in the World Eco...
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This book studies the strategic interactions between monetary and fiscal policies in the world economy. The world economy consists of two regions, say Europe and America. The policy makers are the central banks and the governments. The policy targets are low inflation, low unemployment, and low structural deficits. There are demand shocks, supply shocks, and mixed shocks. There are regional shocks and common shocks. This book develops a series of basic, intermediate, and more advanced models. Here the focus is on the Nash equilibrium. The key questions are: Given a shock, can policy interactions reduce the existing loss? And to what extent can they do so? Another topical issue is policy cooperation. To illustrate all of this there are a lot of numerical examples. The present book is part of a larger research project on European Monetary Union, see the references given at the back of the book. Some parts of this project were presented at the World Congress of the International Economic Association, at the International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis, at the International Institute of Public Finance, and at the International Atlantic Economic Conference. Other parts were presented at the Macro Study Group of the German Economic Association, at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, at the Göttingen Workshop on International Economics, at the Halle Workshop on Monetary Economics, at the Research Seminar on Macroeconomics in Freiburg, at the Research Seminar on Economics in Kassel, and at the Passau Workshop on International Economics.

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Monetary and Fiscal Strategies in the World Eco...
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This book studies the strategic interactions between monetary and fiscal policies in the world economy. The world economy consists of two regions, say Europe and America. The policy makers are the central banks and the governments. The policy targets are low inflation, low unemployment, and low structural deficits. There are demand shocks, supply shocks, and mixed shocks. There are regional shocks and common shocks. This book develops a series of basic, intermediate, and more advanced models. Here the focus is on the Nash equilibrium. The key questions are: Given a shock, can policy interactions reduce the existing loss? And to what extent can they do so? Another topical issue is policy cooperation. To illustrate all of this there are a lot of numerical examples. The present book is part of a larger research project on European Monetary Union, see the references given at the back of the book. Some parts of this project were presented at the World Congress of the International Economic Association, at the International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis, at the International Institute of Public Finance, and at the International Atlantic Economic Conference. Other parts were presented at the Macro Study Group of the German Economic Association, at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, at the Göttingen Workshop on International Economics, at the Halle Workshop on Monetary Economics, at the Research Seminar on Macroeconomics in Freiburg, at the Research Seminar on Economics in Kassel, and at the Passau Workshop on International Economics.

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International Labor Migration and Livelihood Se...
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As measured by its per-capita income, Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world, with large parts of its population trapped in poverty within a stunning, but difficult to control natural environment. Under these conditions, since the wake of the 21st century, international labour migration and the associated remittances of large amounts of foreign exchange have rapidly gained influence on the country's economic and social development, triggered by internal disturbances, in particular economic downturn and political upheavals, as well as external dynamics which boosted an uprising international demand for unskilled labour. While there is hardly any basic dissent about the short- to mid-term Positive growth effect for Nepal's economy, surprisingly little is known about the consequences of this form of livelihood security at the individual household level, apart from some anecdotal evidence, although neither policy makers nor NGOs may effectively craft their strategies without considering this phenomenon.This book was developed from an Alumni Workshop held in Kathmandu in 2015, where, focusing on this knowledge gap, wide-ranging original research about the consequences of family members' absence and the receipt of remittances was presented. Moving on from this starting point the authors further elaborated their work to make it accessible to a broader public, and exploitable as a resource for policy making and follow-up research.In addition, this volume includes detailed facts and figures about outmigration from and inflow of remittances to Nepal. With a view to long-term development implications of international migration it also considers the gain of knowledge and access to international academic networks brought into the country by returned scholars.The editor of the volume, Béatrice Knerr, is a professor of development economics, affiliated to the University of Kassel, Germany, where, until 2015, she was heading the Department of Development Economics, Migration and Agricultural Policy (DEMAP). Afterwards she has served as guest professor at the Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan (UADY) in Merida, Mexico, and at the College of Economics of Hue University, Vietnam. Presently she is on contract with the Brawijaya University of Malang, Indonesia, where she is joining research projects on rural development and teaching various modules in the Economics Faculty. As an expert in the implications of labour migration on the development of low- to middle-income countries she has published and edited around 30 books and 100 journal articles and book chapters.

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Strategic Policy Interactions in a Monetary Union
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This book studies the strategic policy interactions in a monetary union. The leading protagonists are the European Central Bank and national governments. The target of the ECB is low inflation in Europe. The targets of a national government are low unemployment and a low structural deficit. There are demand shocks, supply shocks, and mixed shocks. There are country-specific shocks and common shocks. This book develops a series of basic, intermediate, and more advanced models. Here the focus is on the Nash equilibrium. The key questions are: Given a shock, can policy interactions reduce the existing loss? And to what extent can they do so? Another topical issue is policy cooperation. To illustrate all of this there are a lot of numerical examples. The present book is part of a larger research project on European Monetary Union, see the references given at the back of the book. Some parts of this project were presented at the World Congress of the International Economic Association, at the International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis, at the International Institute of Public Finance, and at the International Atlantic Economic Conference. Other parts were presented at the Macro Study Group of the German Economic Association, at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, at the Göttingen Workshop on International Economics, at the Halle Workshop on Monetary Economics, at the Research Seminar on Macroeconomics in Freiburg, at the Research Seminar on Economics in Kassel, and at the Passau Workshop on International Economics.

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Monetary and Fiscal Strategies in the World Eco...
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This book studies the strategic interactions between monetary and fiscal policies in the world economy. The world economy consists of two regions, say Europe and America. The policy makers are the central banks and the governments. The policy targets are low inflation, low unemployment, and low structural deficits. There are demand shocks, supply shocks, and mixed shocks. There are regional shocks and common shocks. This book develops a series of basic, intermediate, and more advanced models. Here the focus is on the Nash equilibrium. The key questions are: Given a shock, can policy interactions reduce the existing loss? And to what extent can they do so? Another topical issue is policy cooperation. To illustrate all of this there are a lot of numerical examples. The present book is part of a larger research project on European Monetary Union, see the references given at the back of the book. Some parts of this project were presented at the World Congress of the International Economic Association, at the International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis, at the International Institute of Public Finance, and at the International Atlantic Economic Conference. Other parts were presented at the Macro Study Group of the German Economic Association, at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, at the Göttingen Workshop on International Economics, at the Halle Workshop on Monetary Economics, at the Research Seminar on Macroeconomics in Freiburg, at the Research Seminar on Economics in Kassel, and at the Passau Workshop on International Economics.

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Monetary and Fiscal Strategies in the World Eco...
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This book studies the strategic interactions between monetary and fiscal policies in the world economy. The world economy consists of two regions, say Europe and America. The policy makers are the central banks and the governments. The policy targets are low inflation, low unemployment, and low structural deficits. There are demand shocks, supply shocks, and mixed shocks. There are regional shocks and common shocks. This book develops a series of basic, intermediate, and more advanced models. Here the focus is on the Nash equilibrium. The key questions are: Given a shock, can policy interactions reduce the existing loss? And to what extent can they do so? Another topical issue is policy cooperation. To illustrate all of this there are a lot of numerical examples. The present book is part of a larger research project on European Monetary Union, see the references given at the back of the book. Some parts of this project were presented at the World Congress of the International Economic Association, at the International Conference on Macroeconomic Analysis, at the International Institute of Public Finance, and at the International Atlantic Economic Conference. Other parts were presented at the Macro Study Group of the German Economic Association, at the Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association, at the Göttingen Workshop on International Economics, at the Halle Workshop on Monetary Economics, at the Research Seminar on Macroeconomics in Freiburg, at the Research Seminar on Economics in Kassel, and at the Passau Workshop on International Economics.

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Alternative soziale Sicherungssysteme
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Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 1998 im Fachbereich BWL - Wirtschaftspolitik, Note: 1,3, Universität Kassel (Wirtschaftswissenschaften), Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Inhaltsangabe:Abstract:The present paper analyses the essential elements of an new typ of social basic security system. The current system based on the subsidiarity prinziple. This causes for people with low commercial value the absence of financial incentive for work. Moreover needs the checkup, whetherpeople are entitled to get aid, a big administrative expenditure and impairs the human dignity. So a lot of entitled people do not use it. Beside the problem of "working poor" is increasing by globalisation.To avoiding this disadventages, numerous of scientists and politician demand the crossing to or supplement by welfare prinziple. So everyone get a basic income from society, and has to pay high income taxes for the whole marcet income. Important terms are just basic income and negative income tax.The paper introduces the existing system and the critisism of it, presents well known proposals und discusses the arguments. It shows the necessity of an low-wage labour marcet, discussed components like basic amount and residential amount, the basis of assesment and possible organisation variants.An important part is the discussion of work incentive in dependence of rate of transfer decrease. It coms to the conclusion, that in all probability the total offer of labourtime will not go down.Certainly, the financial expenditure will be much more than in the current situation, despite of reducing costs in previous social security and unemployment benefit. The main reason is, much more people than now will benefit by the basic income. Therefore financing sources will demonstrated. After considering many aspects the author comes to the conclusion, introduction a basic income would be useful for the society in several aspects.Inhaltsverzeichnis:Inhaltsverzeichnis:Summary1Einführung11.Das bestehende soziale Sicherungssystem31.1.Prinzipien und Kriterien sozialer Sicherungssysteme31.2.Bestehende Komponenten der sozialen Sicherung42.Kritik und Lösungsansätze112.1.Mängel des Status quo112.2.Zur allokativen Wirkung der Transferentzugsrate122.3.Die Notwendigkeit eines Niedriglohnarbeitsmarktes202.4.Skizzierung bekannter Modelle222.5.Vorschläge partieller Sicherungsmodelle253.Ausgestaltungselemente einer Grundsicherung283.1.Bedingungen der Leistungsgewährung283.2.Sanktionierung von Arbeitsverweigerung283.3.Die Leistungsausgestaltung293.4.Die Bemessungsgrundlage323.5.Das Veranlagungssubjekt353.6.Die Organisation364.Verteilungswirkungen und Probleme der Umsetzung384.1.Die gesamtwirtschaftlichen Verteilungswirkungen384.2.Probleme der Politischen Umsetzung41Ausblick45Übersichtstabelle der Modelle und -varianten46Literaturverzeichnis47Register49

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The Quest for Democracy: An Iraqi Perspective
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Region: South East Europe, Balkans, grade: 1,3, University of Kassel, 11 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: The 21st century saw the wind of democratization which has manifested itself in many countries by the holding of multiparty elections for the first time. In some parts of the world, however, there have been clear reversals for democracy as well as dramatic and massive violations of human rights. Nevertheless democracy remains a universally valid system of governance; one which needs to be backed up by constitutionally guaranteed rights. The promotion of genuine democracy and respect for human rights is not only a moral imperative; it is also the determining factor in building sustainable human development and lasting peace. Actions in support of democracy include; the right to participate in the establishment of governments through free and fair elections, make contribution to peace, security and the prevention of conflicts. The focus of this paper shall be on Iraq and its objective is, 'Can Democracy Be Achieved'? The suggested forms of post-Saddam Iraqi government can take would be similar to that of Afghanistan under Karzai. A consocialtional oligarchy theoretically will bring together leading figures from all the major ethnic, religious, tribal, geographic and functional groupings. It might not be a Pluralistic in a strict sense, but it includes all members from all works of life of the Iraqi society. It would represent its key elements, and the members could be expected to protect the most basic interests of their coreligionists and ethnic kin. Whether or not these groups truly represented the interests and aspirations of the Iraqi people would be largely irrelevant (Byman and Pollack 2003). More so, in relation to Byman and Pollack, support for a representative government, absent tangible support for liberal political norms and values and without the foundation of a pluralistic civil society, neither sufficient nor staying power for democracy can take root. This reality was borne out of the pas generation in numerous countries where authoritarian regimes were displaced by newly democratic regimes (Patrick Basham 2004).

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