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Technological innovation and interfirm cooperation: an exploratory analysis using survey data from manufacturing firms in the metropolitan region of Vienna

Manfred M. Fischer, Attila Varga
2002 International Journal of Technology Management  
purposes; and second, the question to what extent the likelihood of interfirm cooperation is conditioned by the general profile of manufacturing establishments and their technological resources.  ...  The study utilizes a recent postal survey providing data on size and organization, products and markets, research and development, innovation and interfirm relationships.  ...  Acknowledgements This contribution draws on work undertaken for an international project on 'The Regional Innovation Potential  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtm.2002.003080 fatcat:ix7akpndj5fc5hemakwyas4zxi


L. V. Orshansky, Drogobych Ivan Franko State Pedagogical University
The most balanced is the distribution of universities in the Kharkiv, Odesa and Zaporizhzhya regions, while significant disparities between the number of population and the number of state-owned HEI of  ...  As indicated in the informational and statistical bulletin of the results of the education industry in 2017-2018 the indicator of such a distribution is the number of universities of a certain level, which  ...  of structural subdivisions of the University aimed at the development and production of high-tech products, as well as the provision of scientific, technical and educational services; comprehensive interaction  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-130-8/72-99 fatcat:co6va36thbah3hqh6kr7pxjghe

Age and Individual Productivity: A Literature Survey

Vegard Skirbekk
2004 Vienna Yearbook of Population Research  
Productivity reductions at older ages are particularly strong when problem solving, learning and speed are important, while older individuals maintain a relatively high productivity level in work tasks  ...  This article surveys supervisors' ratings, analyses of piece-rates and employer-employee datasets as well as other approaches used to estimate how individual productivity varies with age.  ...  This can affect the shape of the age-earnings profile, and make it more similar to the age-productivity curve, where wages peak at younger ages.  ... 
doi:10.1553/populationyearbook2004s133 fatcat:btev7iuhc5e3dllsvocy2zp7em

العوامل المؤثرة فی الإنتاجیة العلمیة لأعضاء هیئة التدریس ومعوقاتها "دراسة تحلیلیة"

2022 دراسات تربویة ونفسیة. مجلة کلیة التربیة بالزقازیق  
profile, Personnel Costs and Scientific Productivity at the University of Vienna Jointly Published by Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest Scientometrics, and Kluwer Academic Publishers, DordrechtVol. 58, No. 1  ...  Factors affecting the scientific productivity of faculty members and their obstacles An analytical study   The current research aimed to find out how to improve the scientific productivity of faculty  ... 
doi:10.21608/sec.2022.252788 fatcat:d6mcqokbpvemhpemhhdo6plcnq

D7.10 - Dissemination Plan

Molly Hogle, Paul Zabel, Matt Bamsey, Daniel Schubert
2015 Zenodo  
It describes the various means and tools that will be used by the EDEN ISS team to not only reach out to experts and professionals, but also to the wider public, industry and stakeholders at large in the  ...  The intended audience for the dissemination includes the international research community, industry, and stakeholders, students as well as the public at large.  ...  available, free of cost, upon the request of teachers and/or professors within EU member states and Canada.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.34458 fatcat:gmtjut4rsvczdaivblxvjrvzge

Transfusion Medicine in Austria

Harald Schennach, Christian Gabriel, Diether Schönitzer, Barbara Blauhut
2006 Transfusion Medicine and Hemotherapy  
The general use of blood products was stable in the last 3 years and may be higher in some third-level and university hospitals.  ...  the costs.  ... 
doi:10.1159/000094740 fatcat:fkkxeogpqrbkpexrdyhjfonyme


Nadejda Ogienko, Anastasia Kim
2014 CBU International Conference Proceedings  
for the writing of Undergraduate level final qualifying works.The analysis of existing empirical data processing technologies and their level of accessibility to university students was made in order  ...  A modern scientific development cannot be imagined without the use of a statistical methodology, which is based on the empirical research.  ...  At the same time, production growth stimulation in the knowledge-intensive leaves more and more notable deficit of qualified personnel.  ... 
doi:10.12955/cbup.v2.470 fatcat:7yhaicsesbd5xatrjzxlxeouca

'Cyclical Bias' in Microbiome Research Revealed by A Portable Germ-Free Housing System Using Nested Isolation

Alexander Rodriguez-Palacios, Natalia Aladyshkina, Jessica C. Ezeji, Hailey L. Erkkila, Mathew Conger, John Ward, Joshua Webster, Fabio Cominelli
2018 Scientific Reports  
At the cage level, with 23,360 GF cage-days, the probability of having a cage contamination in NesTiso cages opened in biosafety hoods was statistically identical to that of opening cages inside (the '  ...  and cultivable Enterococcus faecalis over Lactobacillus murinus and Escherichia coli), which in turn cyclically influences the gut microbiome dynamics of caged mice.  ...  Acknowledgements Special thanks to the personnel at the Animal Resource Center at Case Western Reserve University for technical support and discussions on husbandry.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-018-20742-1 pmid:29491439 pmcid:PMC5830500 fatcat:7t3wcoccz5eqbbu2zzr2qrscma

Monitoring Mass Timber Buildings: A Case Study of the InnoRenew CoE Building

Eva Prelovšek Niemelä, Aarne Niemelä, Andreja Kutnar, Anna Sandak, Jan Vcelak, Jakub Sandak, Iztok Sustersic
2020 Zenodo  
Conference abstract for the 2020 Society of Wood Science and Technology International Convention.  ...  of the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union's European Regional Development Fund).  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the European Commission for funding InnoRenew CoE (grant agreement #739574), under the H2020 Widespread-Teaming programme and Republic of Slovenia (investment funding  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3960806 fatcat:mrhwdxile5ge7emhe62px34ov4

Mapping of moisture on wood surface with hyperspectral imaging

Jakub Sandak, René Herrera Díaz, Daniel Chuchala, Faksawat Poohphajai, Veerapandian Ponnuchamy, Nezka Sajincic, Piotr Taube, Kazimierz Orlowski, Anna Sandak
2020 Zenodo  
Conference abstract for the 2020 Society of Wood Science and Technology International Convention.  ...  and Renewable Materials at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU) Vienna.  ...  Raphaela Hellmayr is a PhD student at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna at the Institut of Wood Technology and Natural Materials.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3960879 fatcat:64vh2bc5hjdcpaewy2o7ozjtky


Erwin M. Schau
2020 Zenodo  
The results are used to highlight fields of improvement and strategies for an even lower environmental profile for wood materials and products and could be of interest for producers as well as purchasers  ...  Reducing the environmental impacts of products and activities becomes more and more important as the world's population grows and limits of the earth's carrying capacity are closing in or already exceeded  ...  investment funding of the Republic of Slovenia and the European Union's European Regional Development Fund).  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3960817 fatcat:rmxx7kjfdfg6xnrsa6snha7hva

Industry and leadership experiences of the heads of departments and their impact on the performance of public universities

Robert Rybnicek, Karl-Heinz Leitner, Lisa Baumgartner, Julia Plakolm
2019 Management Decision  
As the actual focus of universities is currently subject to change, former IE and ILE will become increasingly more important and the heads of departments will play a decisive role in the transition toward  ...  "double lives" in university and industry.  ...  In contrast, size, age of the head of department and type of university had no significant effect. The variable location (Vienna) reveals a strong magnitude but the term was not significant.  ... 
doi:10.1108/md-10-2018-1173 fatcat:tbqsgwntmfa5rkzyollyut2jii

Новые подходы к развитию инновационной среды в условиях «новой экономической эры»

Г.А. Хмелева, Д.А. Чертопятов
2021 Russian Journal of Innovation Economics  
As a result, a growing proportion of costs are most likely the costs of change rather than the costs of production.  ...  As a result, the traditional base of the science system, research institutions and universities, cannot be assumed to dominate the production of scientific knowledge.  ...  Author (year) Estimated rates of return Private Social 20-30 50 25 56 Terleckyj (1974)  ... 
doi:10.18334/vinec.11.3.112324 fatcat:lpuybwse7zamne3jwftcsh7vki

Who Perseveres? A Discriminant Analysis of Missionary School Personnel by Intention to Extend Service

David K. Wilcox
1995 Journal of psychology and theology  
Administration), University of Illinois at Chicago.  ...  The quality of work- ing life of professional, technical, and scientific employees of New York state. Ithaca, NY: New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University.  ... 
doi:10.1177/009164719502300203 fatcat:yd5i6vyqn5ex5fpk3lrgihex5y

News and Notes

1953 Science  
A framework for the analysis of manpower shortages, and better knowledge of the factors which influence the supply of scientific and professional personnel are solution of theoretical many especially needed  ...  He will work on problems related to the funda- mental chemistry of aging, in conjunction with a pro- gram carried on at the Foundation. Palmer H.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.117.3049.622 fatcat:czx3n7yu7beyfbrld6dnpwxyba
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