-Holstein Minister of Education, Science and Cultural Affairs. "By awarding this prize to Carsten Jensen, the University Council of Europa-Universität Flensburg honors the border-crossing humanism of his work and his literary confrontation with the disastrous consequences of nationalism and militarism. With its commitment to tolerance and dialogue, Carsten Jensen’s work is more topical than ever," said University Council
an experienced policy advisor in this field. EUF, with its growing focus on Europe, highly values her perspective and the unique linkage between research and practice that Prof. Dr. Malloy brings to her work [...] Institute of Management and Economic Education have extended is exceptional, and gives EUF a unique position in Europe. I look forward to further supporting this important work in the future."
, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden contributed to the symposium by presenting their work and sharing their knowledge about »Networks in changing business ecosystems«. It was the sixth researchers