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Enabling a marketplace of clouds

Orran Krieger, Phil McGachey, Arkady Kanevsky
2010 ACM SIGOPS Operating Systems Review  
of scale and automation.  ...  from economies of scale and automation.  ...  There may also be research opportunities into more market-driven concerns such as pricing models, as well as the implications of computing as a resource including trading, futures and arbitrage.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1899928.1899942 fatcat:xs3yjnpyz5h6jfiazphqorg6mu

Electronic marketplaces for tailored logistics

Yingli Wang, Andrew Potter, Mohamed Naim
2007 Industrial management & data systems  
In the late 1990s, the concept of process-driven architecture gained popularity and consideration was also given to corporate strategies.  ...  Incorporating the concept of 'software as service' or 'on-demand computing' (Cherbakov et al., 2005) , EMs are emerging quickly as a viable alternative to large scale client-server solutions.  ...  Relational Reduce uncertainties and opportunism in Martinez et a l, (2001) , Kumar and Van the supply chain Dissel (1996) Desire to coordinate and collaborate in Kumar and Van Dissel (1996) , Rask  ... 
doi:10.1108/02635570710822804 fatcat:anxtputgebbbre2htzctz2qmbq

The Emerging Internet of Things Marketplace From an Industrial Perspective: A Survey

Charith Perera, Chi Harold Liu, Srimal Jayawardena
2015 IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing  
More importantly, we identify the trends, opportunities and open challenges in the industry-based the IoT solutions.  ...  Over the last decade, we have seen a large number of the IoT solutions developed by start-ups, small and medium enterprises, large corporations, academic research institutes (such as universities), and  ...  Finally, we discussed the lessons learned and listed some of the major research challenges and opportunities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tetc.2015.2390034 fatcat:cjnoqqlw3jh4pcczhiya6qa3hy

Alternative marketplaces in the 21st century: Building community through sharing events

Pia A. Albinsson, B. Yasanthi Perera
2012 Journal of Consumer Behaviour  
Our findings also indicate that these events challenge the entrenched notions of exchange and reciprocity.  ...  Our findings also indicate that these events challenge the entrenched notions of exchange and reciprocity.  ...  In summary, the sharing events challenged many newcomers' perceptions of what a marketplace entails.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cb.1389 fatcat:izkqh2qt6baq7afczyh6gr3d6q

Europe: Impact of Dispersed and Renewable Generation on Power System Structure [chapter]

T. J.
2011 Electricity Infrastructures in the Global Marketplace  
Distributed Generation: Challenges and Possible Solutions Distributed generation (DG), for the moment loosely defined as small-scale electricity generation, is a fairly new concept in electric energy markets  ...  This chapter presents the technical challenges and possible solutions when large amounts of distributed generation are introduced.  ...  power infrastructure in the global marketplace.  ... 
doi:10.5772/37846 fatcat:7mnoicboyfghtg7jozjx5m7oqu

A Cultural Approach to Branding in the Global Marketplace

Julien Cayla, Eric J Arnould
2008 Journal of International Marketing  
This is becoming problematic as the global marketplace develops.  ...  The authors argue that to meet the theoretical and methodological challenges of global branding, international marketing scholars will need to revise some key premises and foundations.  ...  brand positioning strategies driven primarily by price and quality (Gielens and Steenkamp 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1509/jimk.16.4.86 fatcat:q7trnxs6szcs5mgmmovtkuf2sa

The Application of Value Co-Creation in Advancing Solutions to Sustainable Consumption [chapter]

Kerry Chipp, Ginny Verran
2014 The Sustainable Global Marketplace  
The environmental sustainability challenges faced by society represent a discontinuity that requires new systemic ways of thinking and approaching problems.  ...  This study argues that co-creation represents a fundamentally new paradigm that poses the challenge of a new orientation for the business-to-consumer relationship. ii  ...  service to mean the kind of social interaction which aims to improve the situation of a person, and as such is a valued route to improving the quality of life.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10873-5_42 fatcat:oyichdwynvflrigculsixxn3ci

Marketplaces: Prospects for Social, Economic, and Political Development

Alfonso Morales
2011 Journal of planning literature  
In short, the article shows how marketplaces were once tools of nascent planning and public policy, describes the reasons they should be again, and shows how planners and policy makers can advance public  ...  The research literature on marketplaces is reviewed from political, economic, social, and health perspectives with suggestions for further basic and applied research.  ...  Thanks to Austin Outhavong and Jessi Moths for research assistance. Thanks also go to the Lincoln Land Institute for the Race to the Top initiative where this research was first presented.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0885412210388040 fatcat:f2l56nkxwjax5ludcpqifdn5gu

Integrated Natural Gas-Electricity Resource Adequacy Planning In Latin America [chapter]

T. J.
2011 Electricity Infrastructures in the Global Marketplace  
of quality and price.  ...  Chile was neither aware nor prepared for the surfacing conditions.  ...  power infrastructure in the global marketplace.  ... 
doi:10.5772/37851 fatcat:sr3recchdzc7pmtnqqawwwpeza

Financial Regulation in a Global Marketplace

Charles W. Calomiris, Robert E. Litan
2000 Brookings-Wharton Papers on Financial Services  
Financial Regulation in a Global Marketplace Our bottom line is that regulators at both the national and international level will have to respond increasingly to market-driven changes.  ...  Fifth, the notion that credit ratings accurately reflect "the market" is illusory. Ratings are not market-driven products, but instead are assessments of credit quality by a rating agency's analysts.  ... 
doi:10.1353/pfs.2000.0003 fatcat:oiomdr3cqfcm5jcmgjcwlyap2e

Africa: The African Union and New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD)-The Power Footprint [chapter]

T. J.
2011 Electricity Infrastructures in the Global Marketplace  
The Role of NEPAD and the Typology of STAP NEPAD tasks to ensure the successful implementation of Short Term Action Plan:  Mobilizing political will: a) Facilitate the mobilization of resources. b) Facilitate  ...  empower particularly the implementing institutions  Physical/Capital Investment projects and programs  Studies to prepare new priority projects and Programs.  ...  marketplace.  ... 
doi:10.5772/37864 fatcat:rzt4ugsmxvca3dhk2sdv3ur5fq

Contested marketplaces: Retail spaces at the global urban margins

Sara González
2019 Progress in Human Geography  
The globalisation of retail, online shopping and the redevelopment of cities has pushed marketplaces to the margins, but they still serve millions of people, particularly the urban poor.  ...  processes across the Global North and South.  ...  craft, organic, gourmet and street food, events and themed markets 1 .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0309132519859444 fatcat:ikj4h52i5nh6bonebcbmjyu7y4

The new politics of consumption: promoting sustainability in the American marketplace

Maurie J. Cohen, Aaron Comrov, Brian Hoffner
2005 Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy  
This situation raises questions about whether the common range of concepts associated with sustainable consumption accurately captures political initiatives in the United States to forge a link between  ...  The following discussion considers these multifarious expressions in accordance with a tripartite typology: social and political protest campaigns, lifestyle reinventions, and public policy initiatives  ...  Viewing the situation solely from the vantage point of the affluent countries, it is apparent that several nations have embraced the challenges of sustainable development-foremost among them the Netherlands  ... 
doi:10.1080/15487733.2005.11907965 fatcat:wxaqdfabubhujlgug7hr3x3hwi

Leisure Shopping Behavior and Recreational Retailing: A Symbiotic Analysis of Marketplace Strategy and Consumer Response

Dr. Rajagopal
2006 Social Science Research Network  
The consumer shopping behavior during leisure is largely driven by the recreational infrastructure as a competitive strategy of retailers.  ...  The study also focuses on the role of in-store recreational infrastructure and retail selling strategies in swaying the leisure shopping and driving store loyalty.  ...  The recreational expenditure of retailers largely includes the children's corner, music and television, beauty consultation, family events etc.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.914086 fatcat:fmc2vfcipvhj3nxcp34tnkf6mq

Antitrust in Software Markets [chapter]

Michael L. Katz, Carl Shapiro
1999 Competition, Innovation and the Microsoft Monopoly: Antitrust in the Digital Marketplace  
Prepared for presentation at the Progress and Freedom Foundation conference, Competition, Convergence and the Microsoft Monopoly, February 5, 1998.  ...  We find that the application of antitrust economics to software largely mirrors its application in other markets, e.g., merger policy is fairly coherent, while policy towards tying is not.  ...  In any event, software development has largely been an English-language activity to date.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-4407-0_3 fatcat:bxbj5xkhavavzb7un5ss34o3xe
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