10.09.2020 : Market Structure & Applied Technology

Market Structures are one side of a medal and Applied Technologies another side Prof.Hallier explained indelegation Prof. Hallier at the EHI Retail Institute in Germany and both agreed to start a close cooperation. In 1993 Jindra was back at the university in Prague and became Dean of the International Faculty of the VSE. Books to be mentioned from th a course for vocational studies. Comparing structures of Germany versus China the Chinese retailers are still today acting on a more local basis like in Germany in the 50ies/60ies ; but it has on the total national level the advantage of less listing barriers for a broad assortment and innovations than in an oligopoly he stated. "The chances of market tests are still great".

"But going hybrid by using online-to-offline processing and building Retail Knowledge Consortia for example with delivery experts like Ele.com, Meituan , J.D.com or Dmall or cooperating with cashless payment-systems China is already ahead of the state of art of most of the European countries" Prof.Hallier added. "The branded goods industry and all companies interested in exports to China should include into their marketing approaches the opportunities of the two-dimensional code". More :Link ChinaYouTube).
 



20.02.2020 : ESD Baku

The 55th International Scientific Conference on Economic and Social Development (ESD) will be organized in Baku in cooperation with Azerbaijan State University of Economics (UNEC), the Faculty of Management University of Warsaw and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Social Sciences Mohammed V University in Rabat as well as Velenciliste u Cakovcu.

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Papers accepted will be published in the international Scientific Book of ESD-Conference Proceedings as well in paper as also digital format. The former ones have been indexed in CPCI (WoS), Econ bit, ABI Inform, EBSCO and EconBIZ. Prof.Dr. Hallier intends to speak about the Transformation of the Economies by Innovation Cycles of Trade (See Abstract).
 



15.01.2020 : Smart Cities Reader

Prof.Dr. G.M.Mutanov published in a joint project of al-Farabi KazNu , UNAI Global Hub on sustainability , the Ban Ki-moon Institute of Sustanability, the MDP/Global Classroom Program the monograph "Smart Cities on the Silk Road: International Experience of Sustainable Development of Cities". Reviewers of the Reader had been Professor Dr. B.Hallier and Prof. Dr. A. Satybaldin.

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For Prof.Dr.Hallier the Reader shows that the New Road and Belt Initiative is not only a revitalization of the traditional Silk Road but that the city- and regional planners are in search for future benchmarks for smart cities. More of his views : PDF
 



15.12.2019 : International Platform

90 percent of the 7590 exhibitors of ANUGA 2019 did come from 106 countries and even 75 percent of the 170.000 visitors had been from abroad (201 countries). Seeing the many booths and visiting experts from China Prof.Dr. Hallier stated that the revived Silk Road works already bi-polar between Asia and Europe!

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Hallier pointed also to the fact that at ANUGA 2017 the Thematic University Network (Food) had been established which is a successful tool to penetrate joint standards for the Total Supply Chain globally. More about the TUN-network :


 

15.11.2019 : Two-dimensional Codes

ZIIOT and partners organized in Foshan/China the Second International Two-dimensional Code Industry Conference. Among its speakers had been Dr.Zhang/ZIIOT, Nobel Laureate Prof.Chung, S.Nugerbekov/G-Global and Prof.B.Hallier.

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Prof.Hallier stated that after the periods of printed barcodes and the chip technologies now the third generation of codes can link brick and stone retail with m-commerce and that the Internet of Things will revolutionize the traditional definitions of store formats.
 



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