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The new marketing: All media, all of the time

J Morris-Lee
2001 Journal of Database Marketing & Customer Strategy Management  
impact of message: websites and CD-ROMs depending, of course, on their production values can have dramatic impact.  ...  a greater degree of follow-up than other leads because of the high cost of acquiring them, and because of generally casual, on-the-spot prospect qualification that occurs at shows 7 repetitiveness: space  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jdm.3240046 fatcat:4heeieo525d3bap2tglf2jsp7i

The High Cost of Science Journals: A Case Study and Discussion

Lisa M. Rose-Wiles
2011 Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship  
A follow-up report (Nicholas et al .,2010) found that 43.8% of academic libraries had experienced or would be facing cuts of up to 10% of their annual budgets.  ...  As science librarian, I report on my efforts to streamline subscriptions and to address the question "Why are science journals so expensive?"  ...  Traditional impact factors have a number of weaknesses, including the susceptibility of scores to a few highly-cited articles and authors (Meho, 2007) and the generally low impact factors of specialized  ... 
doi:10.1080/1941126x.2011.601225 fatcat:ljm6rl7pxfapbbmlg27rut6tly

How Does GVCS Participation Influence Manufacturing Productivity? The Case of China

Ping HUA
2022 Zenodo  
However, the productivity contribution of moving out from backward linkages 3 times higher than that of forward linkages suggest that the future positive impact of GVCs on productivity may be much more  ...  The theoretical and empirical studies argue ambiguous effects of GVCs participation of developing countries on productivity.  ...  METHODS To estimate the impact of sector level GVCs participation relative to its exports on productivity, we follow the studies of Kummritz (2016) and Urata and Baek (2020) to use a simple reduced-form  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6586151 fatcat:b34chct675bxjpw3uw3aq2y4mi

A Comparison of Three Economic Impact Models for Applied Hospitality and Tourism Research

Mark A. Bonn, Julie Harrington
2008 Tourism Economics  
This study does not strive to recommend one economic impact model over another; however, it does examine the behaviour of the respective models concerning various data sets and describes the underlying  ...  Four databases have been used to compare the results concerning total output, income and employment. The results were most dissimilar for the 'income' variable.  ...  The following discussion is a detailed explanation on methodologies for each of the two events and the two quarterly databases that were used in the economic impact analysis comparisons.  ... 
doi:10.5367/000000008786440148 fatcat:rzaxphfgtbajpowmjqv2bibtfu

Dynamics of Product Complexity in Africa: Structural Estimation Using Structuralists Model

Samson Gebresilasie Gebrerufael
2017 Journal of Heterodox Economics  
The linear panel data regression is employed on sample of 23 African economies and OECD member economies for the period 1996-2014.  ...  gap, the paper presents a significant and positive relationship between economic complexity index of Africa and the time derivative of the economic complexity index of Africa (the explained variable).  ...  wage of the South as this determine the chance to produce a product in the South (based on equation 7).  ... 
doi:10.1515/jheec-2017-0002 fatcat:gmwdtfu6cfbqnctwkau54b77te

The Pica RAPDOC Project: From interlibrary loan to electronic document delivery

Look Costers
1993 Serials: The Journal for the Serials Community  
From figure 8 we can see that there is a clear shift from the 'expensive' CD-ROMs (between $500 and $5000) to the cheaper ones (up to $500).  ...  Conclusions On the basis of the data presented one can draw the following conclusions for the years to come: there will be an increase in the number of commercial databases, on-line databases as well as  ... 
doi:10.1629/060224 fatcat:vfusvtjvwnfoth57r4ypny3xxy

Open-Source 3D Printing in the Prosthetic Field—The Case of Upper Limb Prostheses: A Review

Kevin Wendo, Olivier Barbier, Xavier Bollen, Thomas Schubert, Thierry Lejeune, Benoit Raucent, Raphael Olszewski
2022 Machines  
We extracted data relative to mechanical and kinematic properties, 3D printing process and efficacy for each device.  ...  This technology offers higher availability and accessibility, and can produce complex geometrical and highly customized products, which are essential features for prostheses manufacturing.  ...  The indication "e-NABLE" refers to the absence of follow-up on the original database but with a support provided by the e-NABLE community on the e-NABLE online platform.  ... 
doi:10.3390/machines10060413 fatcat:snmbqi4efbhvdpvhh5cgqmoatm

A Comparison of OCLC, RLG/RLIN, and WLN

Oregon University of
1981 Information Technology and Libraries  
A Comparison of OCLC, RLG/RLIN, and WLN  ...  Prepared by Lawrence A.  ...  WOODS: Purdue University Libraries, West Lafayette, Indiana, for the Technical Standards for Library Automation Committee, Information Science and Automation Section, Library and Information Technology  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v14i3.5299 fatcat:cvyntiokvfb7dirwryetdtzeke

The use of advertising activities to meet earnings benchmarks: evidence from monthly data

Daniel Cohen, Raj Mashruwala, Tzachi Zach
2009 Review of accounting studies  
Using a unique and comprehensive data set of monthly information on advertising spending in media outlets, we examine whether managers engage in real earnings management to meet quarterly financial reporting  ...  We find some evidence that advertising spending increases during the third month of a fiscal quarter.  ...  An analysis of expenses assumes a one-to-one mapping between advertising activities and their recorded expenses in the income statement.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11142-009-9105-8 fatcat:r4t6uddudjfetmc6ukd7vag3pi

Asean Economic Community implementation and Indonesian textile industry competitiveness

Yuvensius Sri Susilo
2013 Economic Journal of Emerging Markets  
This study aims to analyze the impact of ASEAN Economic Community implementation in 2015 on the competitiveness of Indonesian textile and textile products industry.  ...  For apparel, Vietnam would benefit the most, followed by Indonesia and Thailand.  ...  The Impact of Textile and Textile Products Liberalization in the AEC on Domestic Price Ratio to Textile and Textile Products Import Price in the AEC Member Countries The impact of TPT liberalization on  ... 
doi:10.20885/ejem.vol5.iss2.art5 fatcat:fihmc3ru3jhzrgek7f4qy2ieve

Abstracts

2011 Journal of Direct Data and Digital Marketing Practice  
A very restricted survey, based on reasonable principles, but which produced no surprises.  ...  Disputes the concept of loyalty as merely a question of repeat purchases; claims that loyalty is dependent on relative attitude (as defi ned by Dick and Basu to describe attitudinal differentiation and  ...  Produces a graph to illustrate the extent of this impact on the three cities concerned.  ... 
doi:10.1057/dddmp.2011.30 fatcat:2rfahtg7nrhkjaxtygojuyhghq

Distributed Recycling of Post-Consumer Plastic Waste in Rural Areas

M. Kreiger, G. C. Anzalone, M. L. Mulder, A. Glover, J. M Pearce
2013 Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings  
In addition, to reducing the amount of plastic disposed of in landfills, distributed recycling may also provide low-income families a means to supplement their income with domestic production of small  ...  A sensitivity analysis is used to determine the environmental impacts of both systems as a function of distance to recycling centers.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge technical support from A. Vora. This research was supported by Sustainable Futures Institute and a McArthur Research Internship.  ... 
doi:10.1557/opl.2013.258 fatcat:zdokz4tk7ff6xexfs3hu2nysgu

Development accounting with intermediate goods

Jan Grobovšek
2017 The B.E. Journal of Macroeconomics  
I use a simple development accounting framework that distinguishes between goods and service industries on the one hand, and final and intermediate output on the other hand, to document the following facts  ...  First, poorer countries are particularly inefficient in the production of intermediate relative to final output. Second, they are not necessarily inefficient in goods relative to service industries.  ...  This points to the fact that as countries catch up in income they become relatively more efficient in producing intermediate rather than final goods and services.  ... 
doi:10.1515/bejm-2016-0223 fatcat:hijuxwhrire2fgbboxm3j2lxau

Size, Role and Performance in the Oil and Gas Sector

Robert Mansell, Michal Moore, Jennifer Winter, Matt Krzepkowski
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Directly and indirectly it typically accounts for roughly half of Alberta's GDP, as well as one-third of the country's business investment and a quarter of business profits -and rising global demand will  ...  The oil and gas sector is a key driver of the Canadian and Albertan economies.  ...  Clearly these will have differential impacts on the relative activity and performance levels of firms in the various size categories.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2115955 fatcat:uygnov66brc47myxr63ile6bze

Maldives: Technical Assistance Report—Estimating Tax Expenditures

International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
2021 IMF Staff Country Reports  
The mission delivered a remote workshop providing a hands-on training on tax expenditure models developed for the Maldives.  ...  Attendees were a joint team from the MoF and MIRA that is expected to assume the responsibility of estimating tax expenditures.  ...  The tax follows a progressive rate structure with zero percent tax applying to earnings up to MVR 720,000 and a top rate of 15 percent that applies to income above MVR 2.4 million. 2 By choosing the legal  ... 
doi:10.5089/9781557755131.002 fatcat:5swgelbfg5gltlfkpzvdk4qlwm
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