Bundesland


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Bundesland

In Austria and Germany, a political subdivision equivalent to a state or province.
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Organized in pension funds, with contributions from workers and their employees, access is provided from services provided by the federated states (Bundesland), which organize the insurance funds, remunerating service providers (medical professionals, hospitals, clinics, among others).
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Using data from the German Socio-Economic Panel (GSOEP) for the years 1994-2012, workers with post-secondary education are linked to the regional (Bundesland) unemployment rates they faced when graduating from their highest level of education.
"Anteil der Haushalte mit Okostrombezug in Deutschland nach Bundesland im Jahr 2011", Technical Report, Agentur fur Erneuerbare Energien.
The upside is that some states move ahead more quickly than the federal state, but others say development can be delayed by every Bundesland having its own energy transition concept.
The sample size was calculated using G*Power 3.1[R] software (Ausseldorf, Bundesland, Germany).
This study employed a representative sample of German Internet users within an online access panel by using quota for sex, age, and federal state (Bundesland).
The mayor of Hamburg (the equivalent of a prime minister since Hamburg is a German Bundesland) has recently been preoccupied with quarrels about the socialisation of the regional electricity grid.
(IATA CSO), serving the capital city of the central/eastern Bundesland Saxony-Anhalt region of Germany, is celebrating the launch of an important new route for the regional facility.
Moreover, political oversight boards, powerful elements of the patriarchal public television system even after the FRG allowed private channels in 1984, often comprised politicians from the state/province (Bundesland) level.
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