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Ontological Modeling of the State Economic Development Policy for Cultural Industries

Kostiantyn Tkachenko, Olha Tkachenko, Oleksandr Tkachenko, Mariia Proskurina, Iryna Parkhomenko
2021 Business Information Systems  
The novelty of the proposed approach lies in the purposeful nature of ontological modeling of such complex system as the state policy of economic development of cultural and creative industries.  ...  The article discusses an ontological approach to solving the problem of forming state policy of economic development of cultural and creative industries and the corresponding intellectual-information management  ...  The ontological model of the subject area can be applied at such stages as the development and formalization of the state policy strategy of the CCI economic development, the formation of the corresponding  ... 
doi:10.52825/bis.v1i.63 fatcat:fijurns6dbenvglktblly4q4ri

State-Market Relations in the Perspective of Original Institutionalism*

Jorge Bateira
2012 RCCS Annual Review  
Highlighting the co-evolution of state and market, the article attributes a central role to industrial policy in economic development processes.  ...  This article summarises the main arguments of a critical literature that radically questions the neoclassical economic theory of state-market relations and identifies the fundamental methodological weaknesses  ...  This leads to a new way of approaching state economic policy, which may be illustrated with a short note about the role of industrial policy in development processes.  ... 
doi:10.4000/rccsar.440 fatcat:rnx4hhkxmjfx7aebictqjf576q

Technological innovation for sustainable growth: An ontological perspective

Christian A. Cancino, Ariel I. La Paz, Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Thant Syn
2018 Journal of Cleaner Production  
The ontological framework is constructed from the common terminology of the domain.  ...  Technological innovations are seen as means to optimize the efficient and clean use of vital resources in social-biological-economic systems.  ...  The divisions are as follows: 1. Government-National/industry strategies/policies/practices for generation/application of technology for sustainable technological/economic growth; 2.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.01.059 fatcat:smi542m67ndhjlcosmv775vtx4

Arctic ice edge narratives: scale, discourse and ontological security

Siri Veland, Amanda H Lynch
2016 Area (London 1969)  
Research and policy designed for complexity anticipate ontological insecurities through democratic and deliberative narratives of earth system processes.  ...  This exploratory paper proposes a narrative approach to examine ontological security, identifying a common epistemic structure in multiple ways of knowing the ice edge, and of devising associated policy  ...  The Institute at Brown for Environment and Society also contributed funding for parts of this research.  ... 
doi:10.1111/area.12270 fatcat:a3lkcbcwr5euniysc7ocdsaeqy

Methodology Focused on Identifying Variables Necessary to Develop Logistics Clusters

Cristiano Farias Almeida, Yaeko Yamashita, Mario Cools, Jean Marchal, Bernard Piette
2021 Journal of Sustainable Development  
Several scholars have addressed the locational factors necessary for the best installation of industries or services; among them, one finds the costs with transportation of products and raw materials,  ...  Thus, the aim of the present research is to create a methodology capable of identifying the variables necessary to develop a logistics cluster based on concepts such as productive economic agglomerations  ...  for the development of this study.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jsd.v14n3p147 fatcat:ky2klzpmyzdbfppjyq4mkcfwdu

Foundational ontologies and multi-paradigm analysis, applied to the socio-technical transition from mixed farming to intensive pig husbandry (1930–1980)

Frank W. Geels
2009 Technology Analysis & Strategic Management  
I also thank Boelie Elzen, Cees Leeuwis, Barbara van Mierlo and Geert Verbong and two anonymous referees for their useful comments on previous versions of this article.  ...  He has worked extensively on socio-technical transitions, co-developing a multi-level perspective on transitions and performing many historical and contemporary case studies to test and refine the framework  ...  trajectories, paths, phases, or stages in the development of an innovation, whereas a local model focuses on the micro ideas, decisions, actions or events of particular developmental episodes.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09537320903182280 fatcat:de33q5wtpjcbracmvrfqllawxm

A Knowledge Management Approach for The University-industry Collaboration in Open Innovation

Anca Draghici, Calin-Florin Baban, Maria-Luminita Gogan, Larisa-Victoria Ivascu
2015 Procedia Economics and Finance  
Based on existing models there has been developed a framework to analyze how universities support their implication and contribution to local economic development.  ...  The proposed approach refers to the university-industry collaboration (UIC) based on the knowledge transfer processes in order to increase their contributions, and influence the socio-economic development  ...  This work was undertaken through the Partnerships in Priority Domains Programme-PN II, developed with the support of MEN-UEFISCDI, Project no. 337/2014.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(15)00377-9 fatcat:4445hphmzzeydbr7q2jdrrcski

Ontologies, socio-technical transitions (to sustainability), and the multi-level perspective

Frank W. Geels
2010 Research Policy  
The second goal is to position the multi-level perspective on transitions with regard to these ontologies and to identify directions for theoretical extensions.  ...  The MLP is characterized not as a grand or unifying theory, but as a middle range theory that makes crossovers to some ontologies and not to others.  ...  feedback on previous versions of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.respol.2010.01.022 fatcat:qrmkl42frzfatlct42ozj4kz6a

Evaluating a Nonprofit Health Index as a Policy Tool

Roland J. Kushner
2018 Nonprofit Policy Forum  
The challenges in resolving the nature of the nonprofit health construct make a national index impractical, but policy indexes targeted at locales and industries are more likely to benefit policymakers  ...  The paper examines the overall construct of nonprofit health, suggests an impact model based on the Balanced Scorecard, and explores the appropriate level of analysis.  ...  For the NAI, we used an "impact model" as part of developing the policy index.  ... 
doi:10.1515/npf-2018-0010 fatcat:3n66q7g6pjeezd46ggniwoc2wq

Analysing Regional Development and Policy: A Structural–Realist Approach

Frank Moulaert, Abid Mehmood
2009 Regional studies  
For example, the focus on the social dynamics of development, connected to the building of the Nation State from the different German states; social relations between the Nation-state and economic development  ...  For example, the focus on the social dynamics of development, connected to the building of the Nation State from the different German states; social relations between the Nation-state and economic development  ... 
doi:10.1080/00343400802251478 fatcat:nxbd2ac3nbchtgbai7bvsyzjya

The ontological fallacy of the Water Framework Directive: Implications and alternatives

Jamie Linton, Tobias Krueger
2020 Water Alternatives  
We draw mainly from research in political ecology to develop this argument; in the process, we discuss some of the main features of what we call the WFD system, especially the concept of 'reference conditions  ...  ' and the Driver-Pressure-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR) framework.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We wish to acknowledge three anonymous reviewers, whose comments have been very helpful in producing the final version of this article.  ... 
doaj:f951dcea88854447b12ee665ca7ad5c1 fatcat:wnmmp4loynh23n6alpfsxausku

Struggling for Another Life: The Ontology of Degrowth

Katharina Richter
2019 Transtext(e)s Transcultures Journal of Global Cultural Studies  
Image 1076C35800008C78000043EDBC42A3790366D635.emf Yet, the contemporary degrowth discourse is bound up with ecological economics at the policy and practical level through the use of economic modelling  ...  of social and environmental exploitation supplied the capital and resources required for the development of the steam engine, the banking and insurance and heavy industries -the eighteenth century cornerstones  ...  I make the argument for extending agency and rights to non-human nature, beginning with a shift from the language of "materials" to that of "the living world."  ... 
doi:10.4000/transtexts.1242 fatcat:abgu2edljbhupidr77lxc45v3y

Theoretical Studies of Mass Culture as a Self-Developing System in the Context of the Tasks of Russia's Cultural Policy

Olga Astafyeva, Irina Belyakova, Natalia Sudakova
2017 Eurasian Journal of Analytical Chemistry  
The materials of the article can be useful for practitioners in the development of state cultural policy and for a wide range of researchers in the sphere of modern society in the context of socio-cultural  ...  The purpose of the article is to justify the need for state support of mass culture and the sector of creative industries as special spheres of cultural creativity.  ...  the importance of improving development programs and supporting creative industries into the strategy of the state cultural policy?  ... 
doi:10.12973/ejac.2017.00275a fatcat:thffg5mm7vaehfrwd3zbutccca

On the Production and Maintenance of Discursive Power

Tim MacNeill
1969 Stream  
The ubiquity and vitality of such policies have been obscured from our vision because we do not actually know what we are looking for.  ...  This is the case because we have never established a theoretically informed definition of cultural policy.  ...  Analysis of this model by its own criteria would invite economic considerations and economic modeling. These market-driven funding policies may, however, be manifestations of past cultural policies.  ... 
doi:10.21810/strm.v1i1.2 fatcat:cuicb6uwafar7gs6p5d4klqgfi

Peasants Make Their Own History, But Not Just as They Please … [chapter]

Philip McMichael
2009 Transnational Agrarian Movements Confronting Globalization  
a Eurocentric model of development as a national process. 3 Arguably, developmentalism has institutionalized the trajectory of peasant redundancy across the now complete state system.  ...  the economic costs of agro-industrialization (Martinez-Alier 2002, 146-7) .  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444307191.ch2 fatcat:ipq2nu3a3bayvgjllqua5v7qum
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