Mobility in a Globalised World 2012
Sucky, Eric; Werner, Jan; Biethahn, Niels; u. a.; Biethahn, Niels; Werner, Jan; Sucky, Eric; u. a. (Hrsg.) (2013): Mobility in a Globalised World 2012. Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press.
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Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, Lehrstuhl für BWL, insb. Produktion und Logistik
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The term mobility has different meanings in the following science disciplines. In economics, mobility is the ability of an individual or a group to improve their economic status in relation to income and wealth within their lifetime or between generations. In information systems and computer science, mobility is used for the concept of mobile computing, in which a computer is transported by a person during normal use. By designing logistics networks, logistics creates the infrastructure for the mobility of people and goods. Electric mobility is one of today’s solutions from an engineering perspective to the problem of reducing the need for energy resources and environmental impact. Finally, for urban planning, mobility is the crunch question as to how to optimise the different needs for mobility and how to link different transportation systems. In this publication we have collected the ideas of practitioners, researchers, and government officials about the different modes of mobility in a globalised world, focusing on both domestic and international issues.
Mobility, Engineering, Logistics, Computer Science and Information Systems, Urban Planning, informatics, Economics
January 28, 2014