Habilitation theses

FAQ Habilitations/Post-doctoral work

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Yes. Depending on the kind of first publication third party rights have to be considered. If you have published, for instance, with a publisher, please pay attention to the contract's arrangements. Further advice is offered under FAQ other second publications.