The study consists of the purposition that there could be an onesided relation between the increase in the wage rate and the time-laged increase of productivity. This is of special relevancy for a transforming economy like the east german one. The sample contains firm data of the east german manufacturing sector. The findings are that there is not such a presumed relation. Instead of this you can find a negative relation between changes in wage rate and productivity.
This is only valid for a subgroup of firms with rising unit labor costs in the past. These firms deteriorate in contrast to the other firms. Authors Harald Lehmann. Joachim Ragnitz. Zunehmend wird deshalb gefordert, wenigstens in Ostdeutschland der Wirtschaft mehr Freiheit zu geben, um auf diese Weise dem stockenden Aufbauprozess hier neuen Schwung zu geben.
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He will look at pros and cons and use concrete examples to illustrate why security and openness are not contradictory. It intends to "build bridges between Security communities and Free Software hackers". A registration to the conference is required. Alexander will be presenting the "Public Money?
Public Code! Throughout history technology has influenced society. Reading, writing, arithmetic, agriculture, printing and radio are all examples of developments that changed the way we interact through trade, art and science.
The most important cultural technology of the 21st century is software. It runs our workplaces, laptops, mobile phones as well as less obvious places like trains, cars, televisions, washing-machines, fridges, and many other devices.
Today it depends on software how the government can implement laws, who will be able to join which university or job, or if and how long people might end up in jail. As people and companies who create software, we should consider how our actions influence the distribution of power in our society — and thereby our democracy. On June 25, from h to h, Matthias Kirschner, President of the Free Software Foundation Europe FSFE , will explain what Free Software is, why software developed with public funds should be available to all and how Power relations in our society are influenced by software.
Admission is free and no registration is required. After an introduction to the lack of freedoms in Android and Custom-ROMs, Erik will present the functions and possibilities of F-Droid - the repository as well as the client. Next, the G-Droid application will be introduced, a fork of the F-Droid client, with which you can access the same repository of Free Software applications but which offers new options.
Finally, some of the best Free Software applications inside the F-Droid repository will be presented, as well as extended possibilities for anonymity and encryption. If you are interested in Free Software and the FSFE pass by and get to know the people from our community and our work. Looking forward to interesting talks! He will argue that as people and companies who create software, we should consider how our actions influence the distribution of power in our society — and thereby our democracy. The event takes place on 12 and 13 of June. Entrance is free of charge but with prior registration required.
The Viennese FSFE supporters group had made it a tradition to participate every year at the Veganmania summer street festival. This year they will again be present with an FSFE information stand. Every day thousands of people pass by the stand and use the opportunity to learn more about Free Software while enjoying street food and drinks. Visit the stand and meet the great local FSFE community.
TuxCon is an annual event about free and open source software and hardware. The entrance is free for all visitors. Since research is usually directly or indirectly financed by public funds, it is obvious to publish this research software under free licenses, so that everyone can benefit from public software. Public Code". Erik Albers will discuss the basics of this campaign at the Conference for Research Software Engineers in Germany and how they can support sustainable software management and consumption.
Focus of the workshop lies in understanding of the feature-rich fdroid- and gdroid-applications, on anonimity and offline-sharing and a sample of the editor's choice of the best available Free Software apps. Participants are welcome to install and test all applications mentioned during the workshop. The event is organized by the Opensaar e. The event has no entrance fee.
The FSFE's web-a-thon is a meeting among friends and supporters of the FSFE with the intend to have a great time with each other and to collectively work on our homepage. The web-a-thon will happen from 24th to 26th of May in the rooms of the local Chaos Computer Club Frankfurt Main. There will be a public social event, please check the wiki-page for the latest updates. We are happy to see Munich's FLOSS community growing further and we feel honored to have our booth next to the booths of several like-minded organizations digitalcourage e.
We're looking forward to meet new people as well as old friends, to thought-provoking discussions and to nice conversations. Software is an essential resource for our communication, infrastructure and society. To guarantee stability of these developed systems, we have to safeguard the existence of this resource as well as sufficient amount of the resource.
At the Magdeburger Developer Days, Erik Albers will discuss how we can achieve a sustainable use and consumption of software with the goal of an intergenerational justice and preservation of our resources. On Friday 17 May, the Maker Fair is open for school classes and their teachers, free of charge. We want legislation requiring that publicly financed software developed for public sector must be made publicly available under a Free and Open Source Software licence. If it is public money, it should be public code as well.
Code paid by all people should be available to all people! This talk of Alexander Sander, FSFEs Policy Manager, will provide a brief overview of the FSFE's previous and ongoing activities to foster software freedom in Europe on the levels of politics, legal work with enterprises, and general public awareness. Mit Hilfe der Kampagne Public Money? He will look at the pros and cons and use concrete examples to illustrate why security and openness are not contradictory. It's an yearly event always taking place on the fourth Saturday of April.
The entrance is free of charge, and the main goal is to promote the use of Free Software spreading its philosophy, scope and development. During the event you can get Free Software installed on your computer and also take workshops and talks covering local and national issues around Free Software. It is therefore all the more important to make others aware of the problem.
Therefore, we offer a workshop on self-hosting. If you want to participate, please register in advance.
Interessierte sind immer recht herzlich Willkommen. Details zum link. This often happens in the form of lectures or demonstrations, and this time RA Dr. Michael Stehmann will present and discuss with us Free Software Licenses. The meetings are free for everyone interested in free software. The event is organised by our associate Barcelona Free Software Group and without entrance fee.
Sander and Albers will be available for further discussions after the panel.
Marcus Moeller, the FSFE Coordinator in Switzerland, will give a presentation about promoting the sustainable use of electronic equipment for educational purposes and thus also promoting free software.