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An Explanatory Case Study on Passenger Service Systems Adoption: A Taiwanese Air Carrier

Don Dong-hyun Lee, William Yu Chung Wang, Paul Leong
2019 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems  
This study explains the adoption of Passenger Service Systems (PSS) in airlines through the lens of Inter-organizational Systems adoption and home-region orientation.  ...  Prior to a cross-case study across multiple airlines, the explanatory singlecase research analyzed interview data from four informants with a Taiwanese carrier and multiple industry reports; the key findings  ...  Acknowledgements The eager participation of Air Lepus in the on-site face-to-face interviews and the written replies to the research questions for this case study is gratefully acknowledged.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1pais.11102 fatcat:oi5s2ll4hjg77fy4iaiwh4hug4

Applying technological organization environmental model to examine the adopting intention of e-freight for the air freight forwarder

Ching-Cheng Chao, Fang-Yuan Chen, Ching-Chiao Yang, Chien-Yu Chen
2016 Journal of International Logistics and Trade  
This study examined critical factors affecting air freight forwarders' decision to adopt the IATA e-freight using a technology-organization-environment model with air freight forwarders in Taiwan as the  ...  Finally, this study proposes strategies that can encourage air freight forwarders to decide on e-freight adoption for the information of relevant oK regyawniozradtison International Air Transport Association  ...  freight forwarders adopt IATA e-freight with an overall explanatory power up to 65.6% pertaining to adoption.  ... 
doi:10.24006/jilt.2016.14.1.89 fatcat:dk3jqjj32jb77fa5q2bvhee42u

Low-Cost Carrier Passengers' Willingness to Pay for the Seat Preselection Service: A Case Study on the Taiwan-Japan Route

Rong-Chang Jou, Yi-Chun Chiu, Chung-Wei Kuo, Alain Lambert
2021 Journal of Advanced Transportation  
This study discusses the seat preselection, value-added service, and behavior of Taiwanese passengers who take low-cost flights to Japan.  ...  To continuously operate in the highly competitive aviation industry, most airlines have introduced distinctive "value-added additional services" to attract air passengers.  ...  Introduction At present, airlines are divided into full-service carriers (FSCs) and low-cost carriers (LCCs) based on their operating modes.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6699270 fatcat:iwew73bdmzhifiatwuyxxfkzk4

Business connectivity, air transport and the urban hierarchy: A case study in East Asia

Hidenobu Matsumoto, Koji Domae, Kevin O'Connor
2016 Journal of Transport Geography  
This paper explores the effect of business connectivity between cities on their air traffic connections, and in turn on their place in a region's urban hierarchy.  ...  The research incorporates a measure of business connections in a regression model that previously relied on GDP per head and population to account for international air links.  ...  That role has given these cities an even larger international presence than might be the case just in terms of their business services functions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2016.05.005 fatcat:3wuipnkkp5fq3nuokds7x32pke

A latent class generalised nested logit model and its application to modelling carrier choice with market segmentation

Chieh-Hua Wen, Wan-Wen Huang, Chiang Fu, Pei-Yu Chou
2013 Transportmetrica A: Transport Science  
The proposed model was used to identify potential segments of travellers' preferences towards air and bus carriers.  ...  The LCGNL model outperforms the other models; therefore, it is a better approach for analysing carrier choice behaviour.  ...  This study was financially supported by the National Science Council (NSC) of Taiwan under Grant No. NSC 96-2416-H-035-005-MY2.  ... 
doi:10.1080/18128602.2011.653998 fatcat:fbpmmmrtm5hhvp2mjztn43aatm

Exploring the Impact of Airlines Service Quality on Customer Loyalty: Evidence from Taiwan

Chun-Mei Chen, Hsian-Ming Liu
2017 International Journal of Business and Management  
Many prior studies had proved that brand image has a positive influence on perceived value, this study had validated that perceived value has also a positive influence on brand image.  ...  Furthermore, brand image and perceived value mediate the effect of service quality on customer loyalty to display a distal effect.  ...  This is the first study of the reverse case, which contends that perceived value has also a positive influence on brand image.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v12n5p36 fatcat:hjimo4liyzhinevqzanekkwps4

The High-Speed Rail and the Productivity of Freeway Bus Service Industry: Taiwan's Case
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Chih Cheng Chen
2014 Journal of Economic and Social Studies  
This study explores the productivity of Taiwan's freeway bus service (FBS) industry in response to competition from the Taiwan High-Speed Rail (THSR).  ...  However, lagged 1 period Malmquist index service and service diversity reversely influence it significantly.  ...  Previous studies on the emergence of a new transportation service primarily explored how the market structure changes to compete with the new service.  ... 
doi:10.14706/jecoss11426 fatcat:dj5l5wb5vfdpdod4m4xbft4o5q

Full Issue (26.2, Fall/Winter 2016)

Journal of Transportation Management Editors
2016 Journal of Transportation Management  
policy, transportation economics, customer service, and the changing technology of transportation.  ...  Authors considering the submission of an article to the JTM are encouraged to contact the editor for help in determining relevance of the topic and material.  ...  The authors postulate that a two-country/crosscultural study of Guatemala and Peru would furnish an intriguing example of how logistics systems are assessed in two nations through the lens of one common  ... 
doi:10.22237/jotm/1451606820 fatcat:l43jflwuirhwjglzitxnvc7gx4

The Integration of RoRo Shipping in Sustainable Intermodal Transport Chains: The Case of a North European RoRo Service

Anastasia Christodoulou, Zeeshan Raza, Johan Woxenius
2019 Sustainability  
Roll on–roll off (RoRo) shipping represents a maritime segment that could easily form part of an intermodal transport system, as cargo does not need to be lifted in ports; it is 'rolled' to and from sea  ...  This paper investigates the operation of RoRo shipping services in Northern Europe, focusing on a set of services chartered by a major shipper whose demand has a great impact on the service design, potentially  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript; or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11082422 fatcat:ba7jscwi4nbcrbpb3fnxxa67pi

The need to establish consistent international safety investigation guidelines for the chemical industries

Alpo Vuorio, John Stoop, Christopher Johnson
2017 Safety Science  
In addition to investigations into the causes of an accident, a separate investigation into the performance of rescue and emergency services is often conducted by safety Most countries, which have adopted  ...  Such databases may reveal trends, patterns and themes, which are open to further analysis on a case by case basis or at the level of safety studies in specific safety concerns.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2017.02.003 fatcat:da2zarfvorhudlict2hckxis2u

Flight Crew evaluation of the Flight Time Limitations Regulation

Marina Efthymiou, Sinead Whiston, John F. O'Connell, Gavin D. Brown
2021 Case Studies on Transport Policy  
This study signifies that fatigue is under-reported and is a real risk to safety in the aviation industry.  ...  Scales on Fatigue Knowledge and Just/Safety Culture were constructed.  ...  The prevention of fatigue through a rostering system is one of the essential requirements for air operations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cstp.2021.01.002 fatcat:eenwrvrvazerjgxhaqcv2rxkny

A generic model to handle complexity in collaborative networks

Maike Scherrer-Rathje, Jens Arnoscht, Peter Egri, Eric Braun, Balazs C Csaji, Gunther Schuh
2009 PICMET '09 - 2009 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering & Technology  
The model will be tested on data provided by Air India, the national carrier chosen for the purpose of the study. The model, though applied to Air India, would have general applicability.  ...  An IT system for maintenance management within a European electric power utility has been used as a case study to validate the method.  ...  The case analyzed here implies a clue to solve this problem by flexible, autonomous decentralized organization on temporary staff agency and effective self-education system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/picmet.2009.5262237 fatcat:qj6qsep2wzckvefpxq7soiy6q4

Impacts of Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Use on Travel Patterns

Iis P. Tussyadiah, Juho Pesonen
2016 Journal of Travel Research  
As a result of the phenomenal growth of the sharing economy in the travel industry, investigating its potential impacts on travelers and tourism destinations is of paramount importance.  ...  The goal of this study was to identify how the use of peer-to-peer accommodation leads to changes in travelers' behavior.  ...  The boom of low-cost carriers as a result of the liberation of air transport regulations was another development that transformed traveler behavior and caused changes in the travel industry.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0047287515608505 fatcat:r7pqqd77x5hsvnc7bap6eblzaa

Interrupted innovation: emerging economies in the structure of the global aerospace industry

Dániel Vértesy
2012 Innovation and Development  
Following the first air postal services 185 , passenger air routes were established in the 1930s.  ...  This made the country an interesting case if one was interested in the emergence of a sectoral innovation system today, but it is less relevant for a long-run historical study .  ...  added in transport equipment manufacturing value added over a benchmark period of 1990-95.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2157930x.2012.663587 fatcat:xaqeqpsfvbhf5lycvwb7dqe63i

The Value of Individual and Societal Risks to Life and Health [chapter]

W. Kip Viscusi
2014 Handbook of the Economics of Risk and Uncertainty  
The hedonic models that have been employed to generate empirical estimates of the value of statistical life (VSL) have produced a substantial literature on VSL based on market behavior.  ...  Stated preference models often serve a beneficial function, particularly with respect to valuing risks other than acute accident risks and developing estimates of how utility functions depend on health  ...  higher explanatory power than the linear wage equation based on a Box-Cox transformation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-444-53685-3.00007-6 fatcat:ixvu52t5mbcslnzoy53azptxjq
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