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We will continue our online seminar series next week with the topic "Avoiding plagiarism".

Even unintentional plagiarism can lead to failing a…

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What qualifies as a "good" source? And what should students better not cite in their term paper? Learn more about these topics in the EconBiz online…

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EconBiz gets students ready for their next paper in economics and business studies in four short online seminars. On April 12, from 14:00 to 14:30…

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Generation Z, Global South, Lock-down – the research and publication topics in economics and business studies are constantly changing. That' s why we…

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Today the new EconBiz newsletter has been published, with many topics around "Open Science": Join the dialogue on openness in the ZBW’s Open Science…

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It's Nobel prize season again! Every year in October, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awards the most important prize for researchers in…

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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many libraries around the world were (or still are) in lockdown. We seized this opportunity to point out open and free…

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EconBiz Author Search, a new beta feature of EconBiz Author Profiles, allows you to search for authors who research and publish on a specific topic in…

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Next week we will have the last of our three half-hour online seminars for this semester. In "Avoiding Plagiarism" on Tuesday, June 8, from 2:00 -…

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Next week we continue with our half-hour online seminars, this time on "Assessing publication quality". On Tuesday, May 18 from 14:00 - 14:30 (CET) we…

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