For several years, millennials, digital natives, and several other names for the “Generation Y” are in the focus of academic research and even more on the front page of the discussions of practitioners in companies, politicians, teachers, parents, and of course the media in general. However, since a few years, a new generation moves into focus. Even though it got with “Generation Z” a name not too exciting, this group of young people born after 1990 is about to become a real game changer: As the New York Times phrased “Move Over, Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z”. And this Generation Z is totally different from other generations before, for instance: more realistic, with mistrust of politicians, companies or media and furthermore prefers a very strict separation of work and private life. In this regard companies should start to get ready for them.
This book is the first to compare the European Generation Z (born 1990–1995) in terms of country and culture specific drivers and characteristics based on interdisciplinary and international scientific research. It was published at Emerald in 2019 .
The book is based on an international and interdisciplinary conference ("Generation Z in Europe") held at Saarland University in November 2016 and organized by the Chair of Business Science, esp. Organisation, Human Resources and Information Management, and the CEUS.
With contributions by: Slavko Alčaković, Valentina Battista, Sebastiano Benasso, Aart Bontekoning, Miguel Chaves, Valentina Cuzzocrea, Elodie Gentina, Lisa-Dorothee Grotefend, Mariya Karaivanova, Kristine Klein, Emma Parry, Danica Čigoja Piper, Anne Rennig, Ángeles Rubio Gil, María Victoria Sanagustín Fons, Christian Scholz, Tobias Scholz, Daria Vyugina
Christian Scholz/Anne Rennig (Eds.): Generations Z in Europe. Inputs, Insights and Implications. Bingley: Emerald, 2019 (The Changing Context of Managing People).
This volume contains the papers presented at the “1. Saarbrücker Europa-Konferenz” (10 and 11 November 2016) at Saarland University. The volume also marks the start of the CEUS publication series “Collegium Europaeum Universitatis Saraviensis. Saarbrücker Beiträge zur Europaforschung”.
With contributions by: Tiziana Chiusi, Rainer Hudemann, Paulo Mota Pinto, Georg Ress, Catherine Robinet, Constança Urbano de Sousa
Chiusi, Tiziana/Rennig, Anne (Hg.): Europa, quo vadis? Was macht einen Europäer aus? Akten der 1. Saarbrücker Europa-Konferenz. Saarbrücken, Alma Mater, 2018 (Saarbrücker Beiträge zur Europaforschung 1).
Convergence in the sense of standardisation and harmonisation has always been a constitutive political paradigm for the European Union to enable it to lead European societies to greater unity, prosperity and solidarity. The benefit of this for economic and monetary fields, trade or climate protection is obvious. This interdisciplinary volume, which is addressed to researchers, students and also politicians and other readers interested in this subject, questions this convergence paradigm in a constructive manner: Which dynamics exist in the processes of Europeanisation that have led to divergence? What potential might have been released thereby? Which mechanisms steer these processes? In this study. the editorial team focusing on the subject of ‘Europe’ at Saarland University in Saarbrücken contrast various perspectives on political, legal, economic, (socio-)cultural and language policy processes.
With contributions by:
Tobias Chilla, Philippe Cossalter, Uwe Eisenbeis, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink, Roland Marti, Claudia Polzin-Haumann, Ettore Recchi, Christian Scholz, Volker Stein, Georg Wenzelburger, Arnd Wiedemann
Prof. em. Dr. Christian Scholz/Prof. Dr. H. Peter Dörrenbächer/Anne Rennig M. A. (Hg.): Europa jenseits des Konvergenzparadigmas. Divergenz – Dynamik – Diskurs. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2019 (Denkart Europa | Mindset Europe 29)
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