Publications

(2021). Neue Tricks für alte Hunde? Digitalisierung als Herausforderung in Lehrvermittlung und Forschung. In M. Wunder (Hrsg.), Digitalisierung und Soziale Arbeit – Transformationen, Beharrungen, Herausforderungen. Klinkhardt-Verlag.

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(2021). Digitalkompetenz für Soziale Berufe: Der Einfluss der digitalen Informatisierung auf Lehre und Ausbildungsprofile. T. Damberger, I. Schell-Kiehl, & J. Wahl (Hrsg.), Pädagogik, Soziale Arbeit und Digitalität. Beltz Juventa.

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(2019). A global metamorphosis? A theory of evolution of a digital capitalism [Paper presentation]. MVE Tagung Darwinische Evolutionswissenschaften und Kultur- und Sozialwissenschaften - Streiten sie noch? Oder lernen sie schon (voneinander)?, Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst, Germany.

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(2019). Der Einfluss der Digitalisierung auf Lehre und Ausbildungsprofile in der Sozialen Arbeit: Digitalkompetenz und Data Literacy als notwendige professionelle Kompetenzen für Soziale Arbeit [Paper presentation]. Workshop “Fachliche Praxis unter den Bedingungen von Digitalisierung - Zur Frage digitaler Transformation in Gesundheit, Pflege und Sozialer Arbeit”, Fachhochschule Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany.

(2019). Creative online collaboration: a special challenge for co-creation. Education and Information Technologies, 24(2), 1835–1836.

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(2019). The world system in the information age: structure, processes, and technologies. In R. Marlin-Bennett (Hrsg.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies. Oxford University Press.

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(2019). Evolutionary systems theory: concepts and schools in international relations. In R. Marlin-Bennett (Hrsg.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies. Oxford University Press.

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(2018). A digital culture? Postindustrialism, values, and digital fitness [Paper presentation]. 59th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), San Francisco, CA.

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(2018). Globale Dimensionen der gegenwärtigen Migrationsbewegungen. In B. Dümling, K. Löchelt, & G. Zimmerman (Hrsg.), Christliche Jugendarbeit in der Migrationsgesellschaft. Begegnungen mit kultureller und religiöser Vielfalt (Bd. 3, S. 27–49). Neukirchener.

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(2017). The shift towards a digital culture? Postindustrialism, values, and digital fitness [Paper presentation]. IPSA international Conference “Political Science in the Digital Age,” Hannover, Germany.

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(2017). E-Prüfungen. In J. Gerick, A. Sommer, & G. Zimmerman (Hrsg.), 50 Prüfungsformate für die Hochschullehre. Kompetent Prüfungen gestalten (S. 67–70). Waxmann (UTB).

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(2017). Nomads of the land and sea: Stateless challengers and the evolution of global governance [Paper presentation]. 58th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Baltimore, MD.

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(2017). Multilevel global governance: Assumptions, methods, shortcomings and future directions [Paper presentation]. 58th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Baltimore, MD.

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(2017). Multilevel governance as a global governance challenge: Assumptions, methods, shortcomings and future directions. In R. Marlin-Bennett (Hrsg.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.

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(2017). Korruption im Spiegel der Weltreligionen: Entwicklungspolitische Bedeutung eines moralisch-theologischen Urproblems. In S. Jung, S. Friedrichs, & A. Armbruster (Hrsg.), Antikorruption und Leadership (S. 179–196). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

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(2017). Islamismus als politisch-soziologisches Phänomen. In J.-F. Bruckermann & K. Jung (Hrsg.), Islamismus in der Schule. Handlungsoptionen für Pädagoginnen und Pädagogen (S. 11–29). Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

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(2011). World system evolution [Paper presentation]. 52nd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Montréal, Québec, Canada.

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(2010). World system in the information age. In R. A. Denemark & R. Marlin-Bennett (Hrsg.), The International Studies Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell.

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(2010). Evolutionary systems theory. In R. A. Denemark & R. Marlin-Bennett (Hrsg.), The International Studies Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell.

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(2009). From sea to space: The evolution of major and great power rivalries [Paper presentation]. 50th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), New York, NY.

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(2008). The complexity of history: systems that make a world [Paper presentation]. 49th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA.

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(2007). Future's future: a test of models of systemic transition [Paper presentation]. Systemic Transitions Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.

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(2007). A future foretold? Multinational firms and leading sector development—Past, present, and future [Paper presentation]. 48th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Chicago, IL.

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(2007). Is globalization self-organizing?. In G. Modelski, T. Devezas, & W. R. Thompson (Hrsg.), Globalization as evolutionary process: Modeling, simulating, and forecasting global change (S. 87–107). Routledge.

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(2006). Is globalization self-organization? Global system formation as a long-term complex process [Paper presentation]. Globalization as Evolutionary Process: Modeling, Simulating, and Forecasting Global Change, invited meeting at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Laxenburg, Austria.

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(2006). Global encounters: incorporating global voices into local classrooms [Paper presentation]. American Political Science Association Conference on Teaching and Learning, Washington, DC.

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(2006). Global encounters: incorporating global voices into local classrooms [Paper presentation]. 47th Annual International Studies Association (ISA) Convention, San Diego, CA.

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(2005). Podcasting. In K. Wilbers (Hrsg.), &Handbuch E-Learning. Expertenwissen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. Strategien—Instrumente—Fallstudien (S. 2002-2016). Fachverlag Deutscher Wirtschaftsdienst.

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(2005). The making of a global system: Towards a general theory of international relations [Paper presentation]. 46th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Honolulu, HI.

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(2005). A thousand years of networked firms: The evolution of markets and firms in the global system [Paper presentation]. 46th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Honolulu, HI.

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(2005). Three steps in the globalization of the international system: global networks from 1000 BCE to 2053 CE. In B. K. Gills & W. R. Thompson (Hrsg.), Globalization and Global History (S. 203–231). Routledge.

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(2005). The future of hegemony and global system leadership. In M. Herkenrath, C. König, H. Scholtz, & T. Volken (Hrsg.), The future of world society (S. 53–79). Intelligent.

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(2004). The new new thing: Technological styles as creators of globalization [Paper presentation]. Annual American Political Science Association (APSA) Conference, Chicago, IL.

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(2004). The future of hegemony and global system leadership [Paper presentation]. The Future of World Society, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland.

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(2004). The Phoenix-cycle: global leadership transition in a long-wave perspective. In T. E. Reifer (Hrsg.), Globalization, hegemony and power: Antisystemic movements and the global system (S. 35–53). Paradigm.

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(2003). War in the digital age: Informational power, geopolitics, and the fifth dimension [Paper presentation]. 45th Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association (ISA), Portland, OR.

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(2003). The Future of Great Power Rivalries. In W. A. Dunaway (Hrsg.), Emerging issues in the 21st century world-system: New theoretical directions for the 21st century world-system (Bd. 2, S. 143–161). Praeger.

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(2002). The Phoenix-cycle: Global leadership transition in a long-wave perspective [Paper presentation]. 26th Annual Conference Political Economy of the World-System Section of the American Sociological Association (PEWS), Riverside, CA.

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(2002). The new economy, the leadership long cycle, and the nineteenth k-wave. Review of International Political Economy, 9(1), 150–182.

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(2001). Rivalry environments and the nineteenth K-wave [Paper presentation]. 25th Annual Conference Political Economy of the World-System Section of the American Sociological Association (PEWS), Blacksburg, VA.

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