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When neighboring disciplines fail to learn from each other: The case of innovation and project management research

Andrew Davies, Stephan Manning, Jonas Söderlund
2018 Research Policy  
This has created a growing need for cross-fertilization and collaboration between research disciplines.  ...  Our findings inform research on research specialization, cross-fertilization and effectiveness of interdisciplinary collaboration.  ...  We analyze the dynamics that have hindered cross-fertilization over several decades and those that have recently promoted cross-fertilization.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2018.03.002 fatcat:eodbrehgf5dwnkarws35vo2nmm

Changing Determinants of Low Fertility and Diffusion: a Spatial Analysis for Italy

Agnese Vitali, Francesco C. Billari
2015 Population, Space and Place  
migrant fertility and economic development.  ...  Historically, the South had higher fertility, but in recent years it the North has become the area with the highest fertility.  ...  As explained by the diffusionist perspective on fertility decline, changes in fertility are the result of innovation diffusion and behavioural innovation spreading through social interaction processes  ... 
doi:10.1002/psp.1998 fatcat:f34qlhr6vjg2bkimb2jytmbpa4

Comparative Study of the Performance in Ewes of Bulgarian Dairy Synthetic Population and Their Crosses with Lacaune

Tanya Ivanova, Institute of Animal Science - Kostinbrod
2019 International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research  
The data were evaluated through the Data Analysis statistical package of Excel 2016, Microsoft. The effect of the crossbreeding on the examined traits was assessed through one way ANOVA.  ...  No effect of the "blood introduction" from Lacaune was observed on the milk yield and fertility of the ewes.  ...  higher in the crosses (Ivanova et al., 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.29329/ijiaar.2019.217.10 fatcat:h4slp4bfb5gxzfu7ntsfpzm76e

Page 111 of Economic Development and Cultural Change Vol. 53, Issue 1 [page]

2004 Economic Development and Cultural Change  
Weir and Knight 111 likely to be through the diffusion of innovations rather than through increasing farmer efficiency in the use of a given technology (Weir and Knight 2000).  ...  We first estimated the probability of adopting fertilizer and found that when only education acquired prior to the introduction of the innovation was considered, the coefficient on education at the household  ... 

Cross-fertilization of knowledge and technologies in collaborative research projects

Manel González-Piñero, Cristina Páez-Avilés, Esteve Juanola-Feliu, Josep Samitier
2021 Journal of Knowledge Management  
The largest contribution to cross-fertilization comes from the multidisciplinary nature of projects and the previous knowledge and technology of actors.  ...  Purpose This paper aims to explore how the cross-fertilization of knowledge and technologies in EU-funded research projects, including serious games and gamification, is influenced by the following variables  ...  Diversity through cross-fertilization of knowledge and technologies The ecosystem in which research is taking place and the roles of the actors within this ecosystem are under change.  ... 
doi:10.1108/jkm-04-2020-0270 fatcat:kbna3fftkvelpatbcugzwhdqgi

Genetic analysis of pollen viability: an indicator of heat stress in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)

Khuram Razaq, Saeed Rauf, Muhammad Shahzad, Ejaz Ashraf, Fawad Shah
2017 International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Agricultural Research  
Studies showed that pollen fertility was primarily controlled by dominant type of genetic variability which showed that selection per se for the pollen fertility could be improved through recurrent selection  ...  Therefore, pollen fertility index under heat stress can be exploited to differentiate resistant and susceptible genotypes.  ...  However, F1 mean pollen fertility was lower than parent with higher pollen fertility. F2 means of various crosses were lower than F1 but higher than parent with lower pollen fertility (Table 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.29329/ijiaar.2017.100.5 fatcat:xraxcc6vvvhvzf5giz54iialua

Seed evolution: parental conflicts in a multi-generational household

Nuno D. Pires
2014 Biomolecular Concepts  
Flowering plants took parental control one step further with the evolution of a biparental endosperm that derives from a second parallel fertilization event.  ...  This balance was achieved in part by changes in the genetic constitution of the endosperm and through epigenetic mechanisms that allow a differential expression of alleles depending on their parental origin  ...  This discussion went on through the 20th century, and until today the mechanisms that drove the evolution of double fertilization are not fully understood.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bmc-2013-0034 pmid:25372743 fatcat:xs2deg4svjfcdfoi3kbb53beye

Innovation and development of the third-generation hybrid rice technology

Chancan Liao, Wei Yan, Zhufeng Chen, Gang Xie, Xing Wang Deng, Xiaoyan Tang
2021 Crop Journal  
This paper discusses the establishment of "the thirdgeneration hybrid rice technology" and further innovations.  ...  Thus breeders have to breed all the desired traits into the maintainer line and then change the cytoplasm through several generations of crossing.  ...  Because male fertility of the PTGMS lines is reversible in response to environmental conditions, PTGMS lines can propagate themselves through self-pollination under conditions restoring the male fertility  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cj.2021.02.003 fatcat:onv4hs3mtbht5p5e6w43eibd24

Cross-Fertilization of Indigenous Media and New Media for Development Journalism in Africa: Consequences and Challenges for Nigeria

F Olise
2010 Lwati A Journal of Contemporary Research  
The call to cross-fertilize indigenous media and new media has been on the front burner since 1980's even though the why, who to do the mixture, how, when and for what purpose has not been emphasized.  ...  and technological determinism theories, scrutinized the nature and significance of indigenous media and new media and established that the development journalist is responsible for the mix in Africa through  ...  Finally, technological determinism theory provided a bearing for this paper with one of its tenets which involves using communication to transfer technological innovation (cross-fertilization of indigenous  ... 
doi:10.4314/lwati.v7i3.57640 fatcat:6rf4jtcvxjajbnahxoe26476bi

Firms' Innovation in Waste Management and Land Fertilizers within the Triad

Concetto Paolo Vinci, Luigi Aldieri
2017 International Journal of Business and Management  
In this paper we investigate agricultural innovation in three economic areas: the USA, Japan and Europe, taking into account simultaneously both the spatial and technological dimensions.In particular,  ...  on firms' productivity through econometric methods to handle heterogeneity and endogenous explanatory variables.  ...  As in Marin and Lotti (2016) , environmental innovations are identified through appropriate indicators on patent data, according to their technological class (Note 1).  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v12n8p120 fatcat:xzinghzkendinl2mezkmhc3s4q

Page 340 of Journal of Business Administration and Policy Analysis Vol. 21, Issue 1-2 [page]

1992 Journal of Business Administration and Policy Analysis  
- fertilization of innovations Functional as well as geographic cross-subsidization "Laissez-faire" Relationships Among Geographic Regions Financial synergies sought Autonomous operations in functional  ...  Internationalizing Management Education IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIES Operations Highly Coordinated Among Geographic Regions Operating synergies sought (through scale, scope, vertical integration  ... 

A Review of Technology Innovation in Increasing Rice Production

F. Faisal, Marlina Mustafa, Yunus Yunus
2019 AgroTech Journal  
so that all users can know and take advantage of these innovations.  ...  Currently, the Agricultural Research and Development Agency has created technological innovations to increase rice production because it is necessary to disseminate information on technological innovations  ...  According to Suprihatno et al., (2007) , superior varieties are one of the components of innovative technology to increase rice productivity, both through increasing the potential or yield, as well as  ... 
doi:10.31327/atj.v4i2.1095 fatcat:7cigxpxac5d5zmpvu4ddaj47pi

Incorporating Technological Change in Diffusion Models

Mary K. Knudson
1991 American Journal of Agricultural Economics  
In particular, the importance of technological change in other areas (here, in fertilizer) on the diffusion path of an innovation was shown. Knudson sion model for semi-dwarf wheat.  ...  First, for the innovation studied here (SDWV), high yields were obtained through the use of heavier fertilizer application.  ...  (9) were estimated using cross-sectional and time-series data.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1242824 fatcat:akjktmnyhjdhrk5oyxmq6pl4ay

Effects of perceptions on adoption of climate-smart agriculture innovations: empirical evidence from the upper Blue Nile Highlands of Ethiopia

Abyiot Teklu Meshesha, Belay Simane Birhanu, Mintewab Bezabih Ayele
2022 International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management  
Farmers' perception toward CSA innovations includes: CSA innovations sustainably increase productivity and income; enhance soil fertility; diversify livestock feed and energy sources; reduce soil erosion  ...  Design/methodology/approach A cross-sectional household survey was conducted among 424 smallholder farmers selected from five agro-ecosystems.  ...  Furthermore, CSA innovations reduce the cost of chemical fertilizer when smallholder farmers use compost in their homestead farms, as well as the cost of production through less fertilizer, less weed infestation  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijccsm-04-2021-0035 fatcat:eqikmd4jpzg45lud7q3y2o6ocm

The Geography of Clusters: The Case of the Video Games Clusters in Montreal and in Los Angeles

Sylvianne Pilon, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
2013 Urban Studies Research  
In LA as in Montreal, the cross-fertilization with film is important.  ...  This paper shows that concentration of human creativity in arts and in technology is a significant economic localization factor, but cross-fertilization of sectors and public policy also contributes to  ...  of Multimedia, as well as cross-fertilization with film.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2013/957630 fatcat:7yttmgfbc5ckhh7zaquuionzqm
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