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Research: DICE members regularly publish their research in international academic journals. An overview about forthcoming and published articles (since 2010) is available undefinedhere.

The undefinedDICE Discussion Paper Series publishes latest research results of DICE team members and contributes to academic and political discussions about recent issues in competition economics. The DICE research papers are primarily focused on theoretical, empirical and experimental projects in industrial economics. Markets of major interest include the energy-, telecommunication-, and health sector. However, DICE members also publish research on automobile markets, gender topics and media markets. Further information are presented undefinedhere.

Contributions to political discussions on current regulatory topics are published in the seriesundefined DICE Ordnungspolitische Perspektiven and include topics of competition economics and law. The DICE Ordnungspolitische Perspektiven addresses areas such as market power in the retail sector, power generating markets, taxation, regulation on pharmacies, network neutrality und the sovereign debt crisis in Europe. All publications are listed undefinedhere.

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Introducing the IBOC

The CLIB Competence Centre for Biotechnology (CKB) is a cross-location joint project for a sustainable, resource-saving economy in North Rhine-Westphalia. The University of Bielefeld, the Technical University of Dortmund, the Heinrich Heine University of Düsseldorf and the Research Centre Jülich are involved. Together, they aim to accelerate the introduction of biotechnological processes.

The Bioeconomy Science Center brings together the expertise of high-ranking scientists from RWTH Aachen University, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHUD), Friedrich Wilhelm University Bonn and Forschungszentrum Jülich. The research focuses on the provision of biomass and bio-based products, as well as processes in the bio-economy value network.

The DFG-funded Research Training Group GRK2158 provides participating doctoral students with interdisciplinary knowledge in the field of preclinical drug research. The focus of the GRK2158 is the investigation of molecular resistance mechanisms and the search for new active substances using chemoresistant tumours and infections with chemoresistant microbial pathogens as examples.

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