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Gerhard Reber Rebers research focused on motivation, learning, groups, intercultural management and leadership. In 1975 he advocate a behavioral orientation of business administration and published "Wie rational verhält sich der Mensch im Betrieb? Ein Plädoyer für eine verhaltenswissenschaftliche Betriebswirtschaftslehre."
Burkhard Schwenker Burkhard Schwenker has authored a number of publications, including various books about economics- and management-related topics. In November 2012, he published a book on leadership, called "Gute Führung" / "On good management". "The corporate lifecycle" is an essay by Burkhard Schwenker featuring interviews with Franz Fehrenbach, Jürgen Hambrecht, Wolfgang Reitzle and Alexander Rittweger. In February 2011, he published "Europa führt! Plädoyer für ein erfolgreiches Managementmodell" ("Europe shows the way! The case for a superior management model"). This book, published as a part of the rethink:CEO-series, deals with the "Erfolgsmodell Europa" (Success-story Europe). In Schwenker's eyes, this European management approach based on consistency, local strengths, global cooperations and social as well as sustainable orientation is the successful counterpart to the American leadership-style.
Dieter Senghaas In his three compilations, ""Imperialismus und strukturelle Gewalt (1972)"" (Imperialism and Structural Power), ""Peripherer Kapitalismus. Analysen über Abhängigkeit und Unterentwicklung (1974)"" (Peripheral Capitalism. Analyses of Dependency and Underdevelopment) and ""Kapitalistische Weltökonomie. Kontroversen über ihren Ursprung und ihre Entwicklungsdynamik (1979)"" (Capitalistic World Economy. Controversies about its Origin and its Development Dynamics), as well as in his 1977 book, ""Weltwirtschaftsordnung und Entwicklungspolitik. Plädoyer für Dissoziation"" (World Economic Order and Development Policy. Plea for Dissociation), Senghaas attempts to make visible the structural dependency of the periphery on the metropolises, or stated more simply, the dependence of the developing countries (or areas) on the political and economic power centers in the age of world economy. Senghaas sees a solution to the impediments to development, created externally (pressure of the industrial countries) and internally (interests of the power elite in keeping the existing societal structures), in a decoupling (not severance!) at times from the world market. In this decoupling phase, the concentration should be upon the development of the economic form of the developing countries, which should be the satisfaction of the local population, if possible exploiting local resources (with which Senghaas does not mean striving for economic self-sufficiency). With this way of looking at things, Senghaas also simultaneously rejected the idea prevalent at that time that simply integrating the Third World into the existing world economic order could solve the development problems of the Third World. As of the middle of the 1970s, Senghaas attempted to strengthen his theory by analysing the developing socialist countries of Albania, the People's Republic of China, North Korea and Cuba. For Senghaas, socialism did not represent a post-capitalist production system. Much more (independently of the intentions of the respective leader or regime), socialism could accomplish an economic development, which would not have been possible in that way under capitalistic conditions. In his analysis, Senghaas came to the conclusion that the development of states proceeded positively in the beginning, but then came increasingly to a standstill due to the absence of reforms, a more and more complex system of business and society and an increasingly inflexible political order (results in the middle of the 1980s). From the results of the analysis, several country monographs and an article on the status of socialism regarding historical development were created in cooperations with Frankfurt graduate students. Dieter Senghaas decisively left his mark on the discussion of theoretical development within international relations in Germany with his works about the possibilities of independent development processes in dependency of the given international conditions (economic and political).