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Tracking Prudence: What an Iconographic Trail Reveals about Western Culture and its Pathology

Katheen Warwick-Smith
2020 Journal of Jungian Scholarly Studies  
This article traces the evolution of the archetypal image of Prudence beginning in the fifth century through art and literature.  ...  The lens of depth psychology further reveals the current presence of archetypal Prudence within western culture, especially its prevalent pathological presentation, which may have implications for western  ...  Likewise, when an individual adopts such an attitude of service in the face of oppositions, transformation becomes possible.  ... 
doi:10.29173/jjs124s fatcat:ckk5234ur5fvjachyoqopuhgoi

An open toolkit for tracking open science partnership implementation and impact

E. Richard Gold, Sarah E. Ali-Khan, Liz Allen, Lluis Ballell, Manoel Barral-Netto, David Carr, Damien Chalaud, Simon Chaplin, Matthew S. Clancy, Patricia Clarke, Robert Cook-Deegan, A. P. Dinsmore (+28 others)
2019 Gates Open Research  
They include the escalating costs of research and lower research productivity, low public trust in researchers to report the truth, lack of diversity, poor community engagement, ethical concerns over research  ...  ; 3) a survey form of participants in OS collaborations; and 4) a set of other quantitative measures best collected by other organizations, such as research foundations and governmental or intergovernmental  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge and thank the participants listed in both Supplementary Files 4 and 5, as well as Valmi Dufour-Lussier, Michael Gardiner, Andrew Medeiros and Matthew Squire for their organizational  ... 
doi:10.12688/gatesopenres.12958.2 fatcat:fkfuk5bdjrbvfgdmlgd3hehu6a

Front & Back Matter

2012 Chemotherapy  
Names, postal and e-mail addresses of four experts in the appropriate area of research should accompany each manuscript. Selected sci entist(s) will be invited to act as referee(s).  ...  Referees suggested should not be from the same institution as the author and should have expert knowledge of the subject. Should you have any problems with your submission, please contact:  ...  This thematic concentration serves to make timely reviews, research reports and controversy easily accessible to both specialists in the field and those who want to keep track of the latest developments  ... 
doi:10.1159/000342881 fatcat:tbqohw2g3jcktcfjxcxcup34g4

Editorial: Living Labs and User Innovation (December 2015)

Chris McPhee, Seppo Leminen, Dimitri Schuurman, Mika Westerlund, Eelko Huizingh
2015 Technology Innovation Management Review  
With a foreword contributed by Bror Salmelin, Advisor on Innovation Systems for the European Commission, the book commemorates the 10th anniversary of the birth of the living labs movement in Europe.  ...  Also on the topic of living labs, I am also pleased to announce the publication of a new title in our Best of TIM Review book series.  ...  of Things (IoT), as well as management models in high-tech and service-intensive industries.  ... 
doi:10.22215/timreview947 fatcat:j7tyeldmpvf23mb5hqyd2bfqwi

A Systemic Approach to Enhancing Teacher Quality

Thomas J. Lasley, Daryl Siedentop, Robert Yinger
2006 Journal of Teacher Education  
From the Foreword by John |.  ...  for two tenure-track faculty positions in the Masters of Arts in Education Teacher Credentialing Program.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487105284455 fatcat:p6qnl7cb3vd7ddlwdmmvfd2xpi

Benchmarking concepts in the UK and Germany

Sylvia Rohlfer
2004 Benchmarking : An International Journal  
I would like to extend my thanks to Paul Marginson, Martyn Wright, Paul Edwards and Jim Arrowsmith for their comments on earlier drafts of the paper.  ...  Acknowledgements Financial support for this research was provided by the ESRC and the Industrial Relations Research Unit, Warwick Business School.  ...  Editor's foreword The Warwick Papers in Industrial Relations series publishes the work of members of the Industrial Relations Research Unit and people associated with it.  ... 
doi:10.1108/14635770410557735 fatcat:gcrly6v4wbfspkhr44wixmxhne

Learning from Digital Library Evaluations: The Europeana Case

Juliane Stiller, Vivien Petras
2018 ABI-Technik  
In this paper we analyse evaluation studies of the Europeana digital library from its launch in 2009 until today.  ...  Concentrating on studies that evaluate Europeana services or single components, we show gaps in the evaluation of certain Europeana aspects.  ...  linguistic, thematic or geographic coverage; also different media types are covered here, as well as the size of the collection. 9 Data quality It describes all criteria used to identify the quality  ... 
doi:10.1515/abitech-2018-0006 fatcat:j7avlulg3zdopecpjmxatrovme

What do we know about business strategy and environmental research? Insights from Business Strategy and the Environment

Satish Kumar, Riya Sureka, Weng Marc Lim, Sachin Kumar Mangla, Nisha Goyal
2021 Business Strategy and the Environment  
Using big data analytics, this review examines the intellectual structure and the drivers of research impact of BSE in the scholarly domain.  ...  Business Strategy and the Environment (BSE) is a premier journal dedicated to interdisciplinary research that advances business practice leading to improvements in environmental performance.  ...  The state-of-the-art retrospection of the intellectual structure of BSE in terms of its context and content should help future research to locate their contributions in the appropriate thematic cluster  ... 
doi:10.1002/bse.2813 fatcat:j4vzlgr6ojbazjjiyap7ymiucm

The Gambia: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Annual Progress Report

International Monetary Fund
2009 IMF Staff Country Reports  
This country document for The Gambia, dated October 2004, is being made available on the IMF website by agreement with the member country as a service to users of the IMF website.  ...  Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs) are prepared by member countries in broad consultation with stakeholders and development partners, including the staffs of the World Bank and the IMF.  ...  The status of the PRSP performance indicators that are tracked on an annual basis are shown in the table below.  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781451815641.002 fatcat:dumcu4sx4zghxgbtjgujcvq5ga

Government Transparency: Reality or Mirage?

Noemia Rute Peres de Bessa Vilela, Jose Caramelo Gomes, Paulo Morais
2017 Lex Localis  
The right to information is enshrined in a number of international agreements, including Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  ...  Such usability, functionality and accessibility require designing effective communications, paying attention to balancing the complexity that citizens can manage and the complexity that those responsible  ...  Design of regional system Espejo, R. & Reyes, A. (2012). Organizational Systems: Managing Complexity with the VSM, London: Springer-Verlag. Co-autor con el professor Ra l Espejo.  ... 
doi:10.4335/15.3.725-736(2017) fatcat:zbpm4ner65hhzaad65ivvqjqzq

Adoption and Attitudes of eHealth Among People Living With HIV and Their Physicians: Online Multicenter Questionnaire Study

Christine Jacomet, Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei, Justine Prouteau, Céline Lambert, Françoise Linard, Pascale Bastiani, Pierre Dellamonica
2020 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
The aim of this study was to analyze the patterns of use, benefits, and perceived obstacles in eHealth among people living with HIV (PLHIV) and their caring physicians at hospitals.  ...  No link was found between the groups of PLHIV and physicians.  ...  Acknowledgements The World Health Organization (WHO) is grateful for the contributions that many individuals and organizations have made over several years to the development of this guideline.  ... 
doi:10.2196/16140 pmid:32293581 pmcid:PMC7191352 fatcat:yf2z2vfutvakblc5r5vfunoiwe

Governing Narratives: "local" meanings and globalising education policy

Jenny Ozga
2011 Education Inquiry  
New public management and the neo-liberal principles that sustain it have driven performance agendas in government across Europe and beyond.  ...  This chapter discusses current developments in the policy technologies of performance management in England and Scotland in order to assess the continuing significance of "local" narratives in mediating  ...  managers and in the "evidence" they produced to demonstrate improved quality and transparency: ironically, the more that data were produced and cited, the less value they seemed to have in terms of managing  ... 
doi:10.3402/edui.v2i2.21982 fatcat:hst5pjaxtncorcj4ipailp7jbq

Deliverables DAFNE Project

DAFNE Members
2020 Zenodo  
D3.2 Water quality response in the Zambezi River to reservoir management scenarios - Description of water quality response to different hydropow [...]  ...  D1.1 Management Plan - Report describing the decision-making structures and procedures adopted in the process; the review quality procedures; the management processes to be implemented in steering each  ...  It should be agreed with the Quality Manager at least 45 days before the due contractual date of the deliverable.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4191353 fatcat:wvve2cm2efbmzdxvcvq7dnabku

John le Carré's The Secret Pilgrim and the End of the Cold War

Jonathan Goodwin
2010 CLUES: A Journal of Detection  
The Secret Pilgrim was John le Carré's first novel to consider the end of the cold war.  ...  of le Carré's traditional subject matter.  ...  I longed to enter his experience, inhabit it, and as a storyteller, give it the shape I mistakenly believed it must receive in order to have an impact on the reader" (Foreword viii).  ... 
doi:10.3172/clu.28.1.102 fatcat:mtl4p4owm5ctdl5gvcwdnarvz4

A 'rule of 3' to revive Greek science, research and innovation

George Kollias, John D Lambris
2015 Nature Immunology  
Foreword Four years ago, in June 2010, Europe's leaders endorsed the Europe 2020 growth strategy, our roadmap to get the EU's economy back on track.  ...  Its composite score is dragged down by its share of MHT exports and the share of knowledge-intensive services in services exports, which are both below the EU average.  ...  The relative strength of Turkey's R&I system has declined in the quality of its scientific production, lowering its average annual growth to 2.8 % in the share of its scientific publications among the  ... 
doi:10.1038/ni.3322 pmid:26580499 fatcat:7n2kosfprjhwvi73wuuqnnxnri
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