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Page 966 of Management & Marketing Abstracts Vol. 31, Issue 7 [page]

2006 Management & Marketing Abstracts  
homogenisation. (1 fig, 2 tab, 37 ref) 1906 Models for allocating public venture capital to innovation projects: lessons from a French public agency Le Bas C; Picard F, Int.  ...  A study has been conducted which has investigated the different models used by a French public venture capital organisation (ANVAR), which makes decisions concerning the funding of innovation projects  ... 

Lessons in Project Management: How Projects Can Go Right or Wrong Examples from Global Companies [article]

Firend Alan Rasch
2022 Zenodo  
Some of these lessons for instance includes the following; It is very good idea to initiate an innovative approach to a project, but the most important thing, is to plan for it adequately, extensively,  ...  While the lessons are significantly useful to the public and can be shared, the primary objective of this book however, remains to present the reader with lessons learnt from not only mine, but the collective  ...  A notable success was also realized by numerous governmental agencies in the U.S., as each agency attempted to create their "own model" and manuals for managing projects.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5982293 fatcat:5wzicvpbq5f6tdhlmd5sdar5oq

World Practice in the Evolution of Public-Private Partnership of Infrastructure Projects

Calugareanu Irina, Bulat Veronica
2022 International Journal of Economics Business and Management Studies  
The public-private partnership in contemporary conditions becomes a driver of economic development, a basis for modernization, and a factor for increasing the country's competitiveness, which determines  ...  At the same time, the resources attracted from the private sector can be different - both capital and know-how, as well as managerial experience.  ...  The The investment program set out in the plan must be considered in the context of the multi-annual state capital allocations for the four-year period 2018-2021 which "provides for additional capital  ... 
doi:10.55284/ijebms.v9i1.599 fatcat:rjtc5oadzfhivfjt63pj4wehz4

So what do innovating companies really get from publicly funded demonstration projects and trials? innovation lessons from solar photovoltaics and wind

Chris Hendry, Paul Harborne, James Brown
2010 Energy Policy  
However, there is still relatively little attention to this "uncertain middle" phase in accelerating complex, large-system innovation, particularly as to what companies actually value, as distinct from  ...  During the last few decades, DTs have been extensively used to help overcome innovation uncertainties in renewable energy for electricity supply systems in the US, EU and Japan.  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge the funding of this research by the ESRC through the AIM Targeted Innovation Initiative (RES-180-25-0019).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.enpol.2010.04.005 fatcat:viubb7fy3fbglfg6bbvufqtm6y

Discounting and the Green Transition: District Heating in Denmark

Mark C. Freeman, Frikk Nesje, Daniel Møller Sneum, Emilie Rosenlund Soysal
2021 Danish utility regulator's anthology project series on better regulation in the energy sector  
While the core NPV analysis applied a real social discount rate of 4 percent, in keeping with Danish government guidance, emissions and electricity prices were based on costs of capital that differed from  ...  The use of high corporate rates in some contexts potentially makes it more difficult for Green Transition projects to meet the legal requirement of being evaluated as socio-economically optimal.  ...  Horn Rosted (Energinet), Joe Perkins ( The authors would like to thank Mr Timo Gerres for his comments and suggestions to improve this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.51138/bzyb4621 fatcat:7kyqq3rshbagbajvo7wyihokou

Comprehensive Objectives for PPP Projects: Case of Beijing Olympic Stadium

Ikechukwu Ikea Chinyere
2013 International Journal of Business and Management  
The recommendation and lessons learnt from this case study includes that government support and commitment are very vital for any unique project especially in innovative and complex design structure such  ...  This paper is concerned with issues relating to the need for clear and comprehensive objectives by parties to Public-Private Partnership Projects: the case of Beijing Olympic Stadium, which is the first  ...  Acknowledgments The writer would like to thank the reviewers for their diligence, guidance and constructive comments which helped in a great deal to improve the quality, analysis and content of this paper  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v8n9p88 fatcat:4y2the6yajb4pfyof3ogv4ybfe

PROJECT IMPACT ASSESSMENT

Erika Hayashi, Cristiana Parisi
2022 Zenodo  
The deliverable closes off with presenting the Social Return on Investments for the pilot citiesat the level of a pilot solution.  ...  The results and outcomes from this deliverable provide the pathways to change, the social, economic, and environmental indicators to measure and evidence change, andthe social value creation of circular  ...  D1.5 Project Impact Assessment This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement number 820937.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6594738 fatcat:org4fohnnfgwhhocgg6vvz76ey

Industrial Policies in France: The Old and the New

Elie Cohen
2007 Journal of Industry, Competition and Trade  
The Lisbon strategy then designed a new agenda for growth which acknowledged a gap in competitiveness relative to the USA.  ...  Regional cluster programs ("poles de competitivité") were introduced, an industrial innovation agency and a national research agency were founded and the Oseo program promotes small and medium firms.  ...  From this perspective, it is necessary to take note of the end of "high tech colbertism" and to radically doubt the chances of success of those projects from the "Agency of Industrial Innovation" as wanted  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10842-007-0024-8 fatcat:had3ptimqfdbjb7i4srnnyfbzi

What constitutes a "successful" mega transport project?/Leadership, risk and storylines: The case of the Sydney Cross City Tunnel/The case of the LGV Méditerranée high speed railway line/Dealing with context and uncertainty in the development of the Athens Metro Base Project/What constitutes a "successful" mega transport project? Lessons from the Metropolitan Expressway in Tokyo/The RandstadRail project: A case study in decision-making strategies under uncertainty/Constructive conflicts in the case of the Ö ...

Harry T. Dimitriou, Nicholas Low, Sophie Sturup, Genevieve Zembri, Elisabeth Campagnac, George Kaparos, Pantoleon Skayannis, Yasunori Muromachi, Seiji Iwakura, Kazuya Itaya, Mendel Giezen, Luca Bertolini (+8 others)
2014 Planning Theory & Practice  
The funding model to finance the link has in practice meant that a subsidy to rail and public transport has been provided by revenues from road transport (Lyck, 2002; Pettersson, 2014) .  ...  Government announced preference for eastern route and construction to be a joint venture under a private finance initiative.  ...  Of late, there has, as a result, been such a crescendo of negative press in many parts of the world regarding mega projects that this cacophony has led to some governments (as in the UK) to introduce measures  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649357.2014.935084 fatcat:lxt2ixde55ayvo4w6og3u3nssu

Partnerships with Monarchs – Two Case Studies: Case Two – Partnerships with Monarchs in the Development of Energy Resources: Dissecting an Independent Power Project and Re-Evaluating the Role of Multilateral and Project Financing in the International Energy Sector

Wendy Nicole Duong
2010 Social Science Research Network  
Church, A Market Solution to Green Marketing: Some Lessons from the Economics of Information, 79 MINN. L.  ...  The Build-Operate-Transfer or Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOT/BOOT) Legal Model for Infrastructure Building To further the risk-allocation goal of a Government Participation structure, a separate legal  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1651978 fatcat:jxoyfzcgzzabbmy5la4t5mpise

Fostering Worker Cooperatives with Blockchain Technology: Lessons from the Colony Project

Morshed Mannan, Kristin Henrard
2019 Erasmus Law Review  
Index Ventures, Rewarding Talent: A Guide to Stock Options for European Entrepreneurs (2017), at 13. 157. See, e.g.  ...  in the interest of its worker-members, rather than to make a profit for the cooperatives itself or external investors, 37 cooperatives make allocations to mandatory and voluntary reserves from their cooperative  ...  contract, that relays information from the outside world to a smart contract SCE European Cooperative Society SEC Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States of America Smart Contract  ... 
doi:10.5553/elr.000113 fatcat:7bqj7rxs7bexfioaxtnxoglexi

Improving decision-making for major urban rail projects

Roger James Allport
2011 Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Management, procurement and law  
This agenda appears to provide a resource for effecting improvements that is richer and more comprehensive than previous approaches.  ...  role for the private sector, and changes in the management of metro projects, and in particular planning.  ...  Of French experience We found (from visits) that the French do things differently from us.  ... 
doi:10.1680/mpal.2011.164.2.61 fatcat:bafg5vnk65adhjmzpq6wc3e5ve

Architecting gloCal (global–local), real-virtual incubator networks (G-RVINs) as catalysts and accelerators of entrepreneurship in transitioning and developing economies: lessons learned and best practices from current development and business incubation practices

Elias G. Carayannis, Maximilian von Zedtwitz
2005 Technovation  
The implications of this archetype of new ventures incubation for facilitating both venture business activity and broad-based economic development are discussed and early findings from pilot projects in  ...  Venture capitalists see incubators as a means to diversify risky investment portfolios, while would-be entrepreneurs approach incubators for start-up support.  ...  venture capital in the country.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0166-4972(03)00072-5 fatcat:va4fmc5zybhfblie2eokyj3lxq

Policy forum: A trans-Keynesian vision of innovation for the contemporary economic crisis: 'picking winners' revisited

Henry Etzkowitz, Marina Ranga
2009 Science and Public Policy  
Large-scale targeted government intervention in the innovation system and support to knowledge-based firms, technologies, products and services are required to compensate for declining innovation support  ...  We argue that the current economic crisis is a fault line in the transition from an industrial to a knowledge-based society and is thus potentially subject to a different set of dynamics than previous  ...  The movement to a European Research Area has also encouraged many other EU initiatives to establish a model of aggregating resources to undertake larger collaborative projects.  ... 
doi:10.3152/030234209x481950 fatcat:xvc2ezq2a5cwtp7mfo3lgr2xem

Green pedagogy: How STEM teachers understand and enact environmental projects

Simon N. Jorgenson
2015 Environmental Education Research  
It also raised hopes, indicating that teachers can find spaces for innovation amidst these constraints, particularly in courses and pathways that remain uncoupled from state testing policies.  ...  A special thanks to Larry Johnson, Nelson Vincent, Steve Kroeger, and Ted Fowler for giving me challenging work on exciting projects.  ...  This council was designed to oversee public laws and programs promoting innovation and included representatives from a wide range of federal departments and agencies such as the Department of Education  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2015.1118753 fatcat:bject746mvfdtbnafelg3yayay
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