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Petty capitalism, perfecting capitalism or post-capitalism? Lessons from the Argentinean barter experiments

Jeff Powell
2002 Review of International Political Economy  
Secondly, semi-structured interviews were conducted with key figures.  ...  Semi-structured Interviews Semi-structured interviews were held with the co-ordinators of nodos targeted Questionnaire To assess work forms, economic behaviour and the equality of outcomes required  ...  On the back of the "arbolito" is the following: 1.This ticket is only valid with prosumers of the Global Solidarity Barter Network 2.It is strictly prohibited to negotiate with the voucher in cash or exchange  ... 
doi:10.1080/0969229022000021835 fatcat:rx642mufqvgsrcme2nen5s5m6a

Privacy Preserving Reputation Management in Social Networks [chapter]

Omar Hasan, Lionel Brunie
2013 Lecture Notes in Social Networks  
In particular we will look at privacy preserving reputation management in decentralized social networks, where there is no central authority or trusted third parties, thus making the task of preserving  ...  Reputation management is a powerful security tool that helps establish the trustworthiness of users in online applications.  ...  The barter protocol also provides fair exchange and privacy.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-7091-0894-9_8 dblp:series/lnsn/HasanB13 fatcat:dyeswkwtmvfurgsefr7y64lgga

Multiparty nonrepudiation

Jose A. Onieva, Jianying Zhou, Javier Lopez
2008 ACM Computing Surveys  
It starts with a brief introduction of fundamental issues on non-repudiation, including the types of nonrepudiation service and cryptographic evidence, the roles of trusted third party, non-repudiation  ...  Finally it discusses the advanced solutions for two typical multi-party non-repudiation applications, i.e., multi-party certified email and multi-party contract signing. Evidence Transfer.  ...  Multi-Party Fair Exchange(MPFE).  ... 
doi:10.1145/1456650.1456655 fatcat:ygzho6mlevdjpagztwgvezv5r4

Net Bias and the Treatment of 'Mission-Critical' Bits

Rob Frieden
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Many carriers, which no longer qualify for peering with the largest multi-national, long Even interconnections at Internet Exchange facilities have the potential for dispute.  ...  "High-profile flare-ups between content providers and broadband providers over traffic exchange are becoming an annual or even semi-annual Internet tradition.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2414149 fatcat:var4tdmb2vaiti5g4qu236stdm

Net Bias and the Treatment of 'Mission-Critical' Bits

Rob Frieden
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Many carriers, which no longer qualify for peering with the largest multi-national, long Even interconnections at Internet Exchange facilities have the potential for dispute.  ...  "High-profile flare-ups between content providers and broadband providers over traffic exchange are becoming an annual or even semi-annual Internet tradition.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2422842 fatcat:bbbqm6pmkvdadnt5bhmhbjwuce

Can E-Marketplaces Bridge the Digital Divide? An Analysis of Two Western Australian Cases

Craig Standing, Ian Sims, Rosemary Stockdale, Denise Gengatharen, Susan Standing, Arjen Wassenaar
2004 Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries  
Government at local and state levels has taken a leading role in the development of electronic marketplaces with an aim of improving SME participation.  ...  The benefits of a neutral marketplace are seen as a perception of fairness, which impacts on increased trust between trading participants.  ...  Sellers in a procurement setting may also lack trust in the buyer to pay on time, to be fair in their selection of supplier, and to create fair competition.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1681-4835.2004.tb00130.x fatcat:aob2xvkmy5gupluwm7n6ed3iui

A Deontic Analysis of Inter-Organizational Control Requirements

Vu Hoang Nguyen
2008 Social Science Research Network  
, and identifies control requirements to secure this purpose.  ...  Anytime I felt bad (which seems hard to avoid in a PhD research), they were with me and cheered me up.  ...  In a primitive barter, selling and buying are done immediately and simultaneously. A problem with barter trade is that the goods for exchange may not be ready at the same time.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2051695 fatcat:yggj4yyajvdmjapwuoxtxayowq

Storage Tradeoffs in a Collaborative Backup Service for Mobile Devices

Ludovic Courtes, Marc-olivier Killijian, David Powell
2006 2006 Sixth European Dependable Computing Conference  
Fair exchange protocols rely on the availability of a trusted (and neutral) third party (TTP) caring for the correctness of the exchange.  ...  [44] for instance proposes the use of one card for all parties involved in a transaction and focuses on providing a neutral platform for enforcing fair exchange.  ... 
doi:10.1109/edcc.2006.26 dblp:conf/edcc/CourtesKP06 fatcat:tcpc3n54zfblpi6pcflna7dgfy

The New Era of Digital Payments [article]

Dr S.C.B. Samuel Anbu Selvan
2021 Zenodo  
Since the digital age has arrived decades back and it's penetrating in to various industrial sectors with innovation and breath taking changes.  ...  This book proposes several opportunities, demerits, improvements, innovations, legal obligations, governmental support etc. with regard to digital transformation of payment system in Banks and financial  ...  Trading under barter system is usually done directly between two parties; however, it can be done in a number of sectors through trade exchanges.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5748642 fatcat:i4yyrbtxgrbxpneql2aferalpi

Scoping the Sharing Economy: Origins, Definitions, Impact and Regulatory Issues

Cristiano Codagnone, Bertin Martens
2016 Social Science Research Network  
These include regulatory and consumer protection issues resulting from the informal production of services, potentially unfair competition with formal B2C service providers, and questions related to dominance  ...  Fradkin et al, refer to exchange of services and underutilized assets between buyers and semi-professional sellers"(2015, p. 5).  ...  Two-sided or multi-sided markets are situations where a platform enables two or more groups of users to transact or at least interact 11 and where at least one group (if we take the less strict definition  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2783662 fatcat:6jeatdv2efahfawyl6i3cuseqy


2013 The Dictionary of International Business Terms  
BARTER The exchange withoul cash of merchandise or services between two entities. In accounting and taxes, the transaction should be accounted for at fair market value.  ...  An example of a barter exchange is a TV station giving "air time" in exchange for electronic equipment provided by a supplier.  ...  Quantity division used as a measurement norm or of exchange (United States dollar). 6. One person or single group in a population. 7. Distinct element with a particular purpose.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315061573-8 fatcat:eb6b5ohkcrgqlnsap2glj2atiy

Unarmed forces : civilian strategy and separatist conflict in Southeast Asia

Shane Joshua Barter
My project is based on multi-site ethnographic research in three Southeast Asian conflicts, including interviews with over three hundred persons.  ...  Support for armed groups was most evident among women and Islamic leaders.  ...  power, exchanging support for security.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0072015 fatcat:rijllz4wybeaxlr7umynpkjmem

Dispute Prevention and Dispute Resolution Post NAFTA: Choice of Law and Forum Selection Clauses

Jeffrey A. Talpis
1995 Revue générale de droit  
Risks The parties will want to lessen the exchange risk given the volatile exchange market.  ...  There are also Semi-Binding Procedures, which have more "teeth" to them such as Mini-trial with advisor's opinion admissible in proceedings.  ...  to extend the guarantees included in it to Canada's relations with Latin American countries who are not party to the New York Convention (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1035847ar fatcat:msby52gxbfa5tjwd4hxzrmw3yy

Negotiation for Procurement Professionals [article]

Jonathan O'Brien Iii
2016 Zenodo  
This is a classic exchange for police managing a security situation.  ...  Therefore when someone trusts they are effectively giving power to the other party through dependency. • • Feelings of security.  ...  Consider this exchange: Husband: 'I don't want to go to the party.' Wife:' But we've said we will be there.' Husband: 'They won't notice if we don't turn up.'  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5710396 fatcat:ampshavnqretjnb752u4yv3y3i

Anchor for peace: the United States Navy in the shaping of the Japanese peace settlement

Roger Dingman
2003 Japan forum  
Security Pact.  ...  The points of difference were: whether Japan should negotiate with all the victors or with individual countries; whether Japan should observe disarmed neutrality; whether amendment to the Constitution  ...  That same day Yoshida met with his non-military 'brain trust'.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0955580032000124772 fatcat:pjik7sfjtndpppukjqwpapmutu
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