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The Potential Influences of the Global Strategy on the Conventional Legislative and Regulatory Measures

Ayman Abdel Tawab
2019 Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning  
The study suggests replacing the inefficient non-statutory mechanisms that are used to provide protection for the heritage properties in the adopted case studies by further developed statutory ones.  ...  The empirical study approached this issue by selecting a non-probability purposive sample of eight British World Heritage Sites that represent the pre-Global Strategy and the post-Global Strategy World  ...  protection for inscribed WHSs or newly nominated ones in order to meet the new requirements and the new challenges of the Global Strategy.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.larp.20190403.11 fatcat:5u5lp2cdhnbxvfxckuzhmepuc4

Rethinking Knowledge from an Imitative Perspective Towards Competitive Advantage

Mohamad Ali Hassan Abdallah
2019 Open Science Journal  
Through these contradictions, a new concept arose and discussed "Imovation." This study is accompanied by two empirical studies, and more practical research for the future is advised.  ...  This paper examines how imitation of knowledge could lead to competitive advantage (CA), it is based on the paradox of previous researches, where some support innovation as a process that creates a CA,  ...  If a firm chooses any of these two strategies, it will fall in the same debate that nothing is guaranteed and these two are arguing about which one could lead to a long-term CA.  ... 
doi:10.23954/osj.v4i1.1744 fatcat:kylgtbvhcvcxdehwejaczidqmm

Evaluation of Investment Strategies with Options

Ana Cristina Fernandes, Carlos Machado-Santos
2002 Social Science Research Network  
In this context, we applied this methodology on six dynamic hedging strategies with options on the Index FTSE 100 (covered calls at-, in-and out-of-the-money and protective puts at-, in-and outof-the-money  ...  On the other hand, given the inadequacy of the measures based upon mean and variance, we highlight the work of Leland (1999), which suggests a modification of the traditional risk measure (beta) of CAPM  ...  In this strategy, the investor buys a put option on the underlying asset, protected himself against a decrease in the asset's price.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.313978 fatcat:y2vnak6uefgqhkfkfh2wdiphza

Promoting Future Sustainable Transition by Overcoming the Openness Paradox in KIE Firms

Astrid Heidemann Lassen, Daniel Ljungberg, Maureen McKelvey
2020 Sustainability  
a sustainable future; university collaboration and the use of formal protection mechanisms seem especially important for such new-to-the-world innovations.  ...  Our results indicate how different partners, and different appropriability strategies, are more, or less, relevant to the generation of the radical innovations needed to transform society into one with  ...  There are a few studies of small young firms that investigate, on the one hand, the association between appropriability strategies and broader collaboration patterns [16, 19] and, on the other hand,  ... 
doi:10.3390/su122410567 fatcat:wps42gv2pjdl7ckvpgrjxoefmu

CRISIS DOMINATION AND CRISIS RESPONSE STRATEGIES OF INDONESIAN STATE-OWNED COMPANIES IN ONLINE MEDIA DURING JANUARY 2007 – JULY 2018

I. Rifgie, K. Rachmat, W.M. Pia
2019 Russian Journal of Agricultural and Socio-Economic Sciences  
A crisis is an unexpected event that threatens the important expectations of stakeholders and has a serious impact on organizational performances.  ...  By understanding the type of crisis that exists, it will help organization to choose the right crisis response strategy.  ...  The sampling method used in this study was simple random sampling which received a total of 189 news stories from the two companies, PT. Pertamina (Persero) totaling 116 news and PT.  ... 
doi:10.18551/rjoas.2019-06.34 fatcat:eela2lsq5bgthgzi25n3nan2za

Pricing strategy and the formation and evolution of reference price perceptions in new product categories

Ben Lowe, Frank Alpert
2010 Psychology & Marketing  
The study also finds that the pioneer, due to its prototypicality, has a stronger influence on reference price perceptions than the follower, creating a systematic bias to both the formation and evolution  ...  This study examines the formation and evolution of reference price perceptions in new product categories.  ...  The final two product categories which were thought to best satisfy the above criteria were a new 8 hour sun protection product and a new set of wireless earphones.  ... 
doi:10.1002/mar.20361 fatcat:kvfk3u37hvfnzo4ieiukdhyfzm

Proteomic Approach to Identify Surrogate Biomarkers for Evaluation of Efficacy After Prime Boost Vaccination

Aliabbas A Husain, Hatim F Daginawala, Dewanand R Kalorey, Amit R Nayak, Hemant J Purohit, Girdhar M Taori, Rajpal S Kashyap
2011 Indian Journal Of Applied Research  
Mice serum samples were subjected for two dimensional electrophoresis based on which, we identified number of biomarkers.  ...  The main objective of the study was to identify proteomic markers, expressed in serum of mice after prime boost strategies using BCG as priming agent followed by booster doses with BCG, Ag85B and also  ...  Even to test the new candidate vaccines, we do not have surrogate markers of protection, which can help pronounce the merit of a new vaccine (3).  ... 
doi:10.15373/2249555x/apr2013/151 fatcat:izxpbah76zautoymo2hq7ctjgq

Underutilization of preventive strategies in patients receiving NSAIDs

M. C. J. M. Sturkenboom
2003 British Journal of Rheumatology  
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the extent to which new NSAID users receive recommended preventive strategies and to assess the association between risk factors and a prescription of acid  ...  The study population comprised 69 648 new NSAID users. Results.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was supported by an unconditional grant from Pharmacia Corp and Pfizer Inc.  ... 
doi:10.1093/rheumatology/keg495 pmid:14585915 fatcat:mzhtzs2ld5fgjbgxgdw3llwr5y

Self-Protection Mechanisms for Web Applications - A Case Study

Claudia Raibulet, Alberto Leporati, Andrea Metelli
2016 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Evaluation of Novel Software Approaches to Software Engineering  
This paper presents several self-protection mechanisms which have been developed in the context of a case study concerning a home banking system.  ...  Self-protection mechanisms complement traditional security solutions which are mostly static and focus on the boundaries of a system, missing in this way the overall picture of a system's security.  ...  Based on this information, it computes a new risk level for the current user and identifies the bank operation strategy to be applied, depending upon this new user risk level.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0005869101810188 dblp:conf/enase/RaibuletLM16 fatcat:3t4v7hzmvfcflj7nhasibricm4

Framing of issues across actors: exploring competing discourses in digital arenas

Silvia Ravazzani, Carmen Daniela Maier
2017 Journal of Communication Management  
The study provides empirical evidence from two websites, Protect Mauna Kea and Maunakea and TMT, and focuses on detailed analyses of qualitative data.  ...  two websites, Protect Mauna Kea and Maunakea and TMT, which frame from alternative perspectives the internationally renowned Thirty Meter Telescope's construction on Mauna Kea Mountain in Hawaii.  ...  Summary of main discursive strategies and framing processes on the two websites.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jcom-07-2016-0050 fatcat:for4iw4hcvhovjp3ju37pfatfi

A Security Scheme for Protecting Agent Societies

Antonio Munoz
2018 Review of Computer Engineering Research  
Contribution/Originality: This study is one of very few studies which have investigated a mutual scheme mechanism for agent protection.  ...  We differentiate between two strategies in mutual protection, according to the context and conditions to be applied.  ...  Agent society mutually protected It was mentioned that two different schemes are within mutual protection strategy, that is, one static and one dynamic.  ... 
doi:10.18488/journal.76.2018.51.1.11 fatcat:as73eilxmzgrdnwckbjqa3zpji

The entry strategies of research-based firms in the transition to a sustainable energy system

Margarida Fontes, Cristina Sousa
2017 International Journal of Technoentrepreneurship  
The results suggest that new entrants tend to depend on complementary assets possessed by incumbents, but have conditions to protect their technologies from expropriation; and that the technologies are  ...  Reference to this paper should be made as follows: Fontes, M. and Sousa, C. (2017) 'The entry strategies of research-based firms in the transition to a sustainable energy system', Int.  ...  The results suggest that new entrants tend to depend on complementary assets possessed by incumbents, but have conditions to protect their technologies from expropriation; and that the technologies are  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijte.2017.091012 fatcat:6xh3fv3ojne2pnpup7o2htcuoy

Evolutionary Game Between Local Government and Agritourism Companies in the Context of Environmental Protection

B.K. Lin, W.Z. Liu
2016 Chemical Engineering Transactions  
the environment, then, this study explores the evolutionarily stable strategy of these two parties from the dynamic way.  ...  Based on the relevant literatures and the theory of evolutionary game, it try to establish a comparatively accurate mathematical model to verify the effectiveness of the penalty policy of the damage to  ...  The costs and income of the agritourism companies depend on the strategy it choose as well, if the agritourism companies choose the strategy of protecting the environment, they have to invest a certain  ... 
doi:10.3303/cet1651023 doaj:80d936a7720545b8be8b4dc690a93693 fatcat:7i27edovdbcovflsjjv6ipjyyq

Failure Aware Diverse Routing: A Novel Algorithm to Improve Availability in ASON/GMPLS Networks

Luis Velasco, Salvatore Spadaro, Jaume Comellas, Gabriel Junyent
2006 2006 International Conference on Transparent Optical Networks  
In this scenario dynamic routing based on traffic engineering techniques is a key issue. This paper deals with dynamic routing in ASON/GMPLS networks based on using network failures information.  ...  We define three routing strategies which differ in the use of failure information. Their performance is evaluated by simulation in terms of request blocking probability and availability.  ...  These two topologies have been chosen based on a study for a pan-European fiber-optic backbone network [4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icton.2006.248434 fatcat:5dj7i2svlnfb7pz7bx35gpaxqe

Optimizing strategies for meningococcal C disease vaccination in Valencia (Spain)

Lina Pérez-Breva, Rafael J Villanueva, Javier Villanueva-Oller, Luis Acedo, Francisco Santonja, José A Moraño, Raquel Abad, Julio A Vázquez, Javier Díez-Domingo
2014 BMC Infectious Diseases  
We have shown that the optimum strategy for achieving high protection levels in all infants, toddlers and adolescents is a change to a 2 months, 12 months and 12 years of age vaccination pattern.  ...  Methods: A recent study has provided detailed age-structured information on the seroprotection levels against MenC in Valencia (Spain), where vaccination is routinely scheduled at 2 months and 6 months  ...  An agreement between CSISP-FISABIO and Baxter Laboratories for epidemiological studies of meningococcal C disease is also acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2334-14-280 pmid:24886054 pmcid:PMC4068763 fatcat:kaylz4wgqff5hib4qu2uwwpbty
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