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Creativity-enhancing work environments: Eventisation through an inspiring work atmosphere in temporary proximity

). Habitual thinking structures and behaviours fade into the background, and the atmosphere is affected by eventisation through the interplay of social, physical and temporal aspects. Through temporality between social spaces and physical places, therefore, eventisation can support the openness and inspiration necessary to support the illumination phase in the creative process, in which a ‘happy idea’ occurs ( Lubart 2001 ; Wallas 2014 ; Amabile/Pratt 2016 ). With regard to design thinking, the element of temporary limited use of specific, physical places affected by

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Räumliche Praktiken der Energiewende am Beispiel der Biogaserzeugung in Rheinland-Pfalz

Regionalisieren Transformationspraktiken der Energiewende am Beispiel der Biogaserzeugung Frankfurt am Main = Études luxembourgeoises/Luxemburg-Studien, 10 Faulconbridge, J. (2006): Stretching tacit knowledge beyond a local fix? Global spaces of learning in advertising professional service firms. In: Journal of Economic Geography 6, 4, 514–540. Faulconbridge J. 2006 Stretching tacit knowledge beyond a local fix? Global spaces of learning in advertising professional service firms Journal of Economic Geography 6 4 514 540 Feldman, M.; Orlikowski, W

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Acting on Multiple Stages
How Musical Actors Construct Their Labour-Market Vulnerability and Resilience

challenges in the cultural economy. In: Journal of Organizational Behavior 28, 5, 511–521. DeFillippi R. Grabher G. Jones C. 2007 Introduction to paradoxes of creativity: managerial and organizational challenges in the cultural economy Journal of Organizational Behavior 28 5 511 521 Drucker, P. (1993): The Post-Capitalist Society. Oxford. Drucker P. 1993 The Post-Capitalist Society Oxford Eikhof D. R.; Haunschild, A. (2006): Lifestyle meets market: Bohemian entrepreneurs in creative industries. In: Creativity and Innovation Management

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Interlocking Firm Networks in the German Knowledge Economy. On Local Networks and Global Connectivity

economy and to evaluate its impact on the politically designated Mega-City Regions in Germany. We start from a conceptual background that brings together the location behaviour of multi-branch, multi-location firms with a world city network approach. More than a pure locational perspective, this relational research design makes it possible to highlight how cities and towns within and beyond the German territory are interlocked with each other. The paper is structured in eight main sections. After the introduction, we provide a conceptual definition of the knowledge

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