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AMCIS 2007 Panel Summary: The Promise of RFID Technologies

Arijit Sengupta, Vikram Sethi
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
To consider the future of this technology in research and industry alike, the authors organized two panels on the topic of the promise of RFID technologies at the 2007 Americas Conference on Information  ...  On the academic level, many new research streams have been launched concerning the applications of RFID in business.  ...  Paul Nuzum for their participation in Panel 1, and Professor Barbara Denison for participating in Panel 2.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02056 fatcat:6v7gwgzemvbkhekyf7lk2fa2lu

AMCIS 2006 Panel Summary: Towards the Service Oriented Enterprise Vision: Bridging Industry and Academics

Haluk Demirkan, Michael Goul
2006 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
This article reports on a panel held at the 2006 Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) in Acapulco, Mexico, regarding the impacts of SOE tenets on the IS field.  ...  In addition, MIS academics were represented on the panel by the authors, researchers from Arizona State University. Both industry and academics brought unique perspectives.  ...  One overriding lesson from this research and panel is that SOE is about people and a new way of thinking.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01826 fatcat:peqinas64vdoxhiflc5p6h6ovi

Federal patient safety initiatives panel summary

L A Lenert, H Burstin, L Connell, J Gosbee, G Phillips
JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
MDS Data to Enhance Resident Safety Impact of Electronic Prescribing on Medication Errors Mining Complex Clinical Data for Patient Safety Research Improving Safety by Computerizing Outpatient Prescribing  ...  One example that illustrates the type of analysis and action undertaken by NCPS is MRI hazards.  ... 
pmid:12386172 pmcid:PMC419408 fatcat:epczguiyufaq5jarje5ldhn5pu


Zhaochu Li, Iryna P. Lytvynenko, Karl S. Philippoff
2021 Copernican Journal of Finance & Accounting  
The research objective of this article is to examine the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 (ERTA) on innovative efficiency, which measures how effectively firms convert research spending and existing human  ...  These findings provide new insights on the effectiveness of R&D tax policies from the efficiency perspective.  ...  Panel A presents the summary statistics of dependent variables. Panel B presents the summary statistics of variables of interest. Panel C presents the summary statistics of control variables.  ... 
doi:10.12775/cjfa.2021.006 fatcat:pwi4kdtbcvbxxdmom33mfujepe

Micro Moments Database for Cross-Country Analysis of ICT, Innovation, and Economic Outcomes

Eric J. Bartelsman, Eva Hagsten
2017 Social Science Research Network  
The underlying sources for the database are business registers, firm-level surveys on production, usage of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and innovative activities, as well as recorded  ...  The unit of observation in the MMD represents groups of firms within industries and allows research that bridges micro and macro analysis.  ...  In describing the research uses of the MMD, we will remain in the broad area of ICT adoption and productivity impact.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2898860 fatcat:nhaikwdh2vhwvdtusrimuzuhau

Micro Moments Database for cross-country analysis of ICT, innovation, and economic outcomes

Eric Bartelsman, Eva Hagsten, Michael Polder
2018 Journal of Economics and Management Strategy  
The underlying sources for the database are business registers, firm-level surveys on production, usage of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and innovative activities, as well as recorded  ...  The unit of observation in the MMD represents groups of firms within industries and allows research that bridges micro and macro analysis.  ...  In describing the research uses of the MMD, we will remain in the broad area of ICT adoption and productivity impact.  ... 
doi:10.1111/jems.12256 fatcat:lwglgez3hbdwrpyx3hmrtuqeku

Analyzing the Consequences of Sharing Principles on Different Economies: A Case Study of Short Rotation Coppice Poplar Wood Panel Production Value Chain

Enrique Alejandro Perdomo Echenique, Morten Ryberg, Eldbjørg Blikra Vea, Peter Schwarzbauer, Franziska Hesser
2022 Forests  
Quantifying the environmental impacts of value chains on the earth's ecological limits is crucial to designing science-based strategies for environmental sustainability.  ...  This study assesses the potential AES of a wood panel value chain in Austria and Slovakia to understand the consequences of applying diverse sharing principles on different economies.  ...  Summary of system boundaries for the case study of wood panel boards. Figure 1 . 1 Figure 1. Summary of system boundaries for the case study of wood panel boards.  ... 
doi:10.3390/f13030461 fatcat:lemk6mgqznftngdtqzpojsqoxy

Streamlined Life Cycle Assessment of an Innovative Bio-Based Material in Construction: A Case Study of a Phase Change Material Panel

Mohammad Heidari, Damien Mathis, Pierre Blanchet, Ben Amor
2019 Forests  
However, the results of the full LCA and SLCA tools were quantitative and based on scientific databases.  ...  Research Highlights: This is the first study that analyzes the environmental performance of wood-based phase change material (PCM) panels.  ...  of the NSERC industrial chair on eco-responsible wood construction (CIRCERB) and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada for the financial support through its ICP and CRD programs  ... 
doi:10.3390/f10020160 fatcat:6o5ha5wmyfeajby76uucano22q

The Influence of Productivity on Asset Pricing

Laurence David Booth, Bin Chang, Walid Hejazi, Pauline M. Shum
2008 Social Science Research Network  
Between 1963 and 2002, the productivity premium contributes on average 0.75 to 2.41 percent per annum for the range of productivity factors we construct.  ...  Our results show that i) in accordance with our hypothesis, productivity has a robust, positive impact on returns, and this impact is bigger on smaller, growth firms, and ii) productivity helps price assets  ...  In examining the impact of productivity differences across industries, we attempt to address three main research questions.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1107623 fatcat:yeyuaqu5hrcfhormqyvvbonyy4

Research Priorities for Studies Linking Intake of Low-Calorie Sweeteners and Potentially Related Health Outcomes

Oliver-John M Bright, Ding Ding Wang, Marissa Shams-White, Sara N Bleich, John Foreyt, Marion Franz, Guy Johnson, Beth Trickett Manning, Rick Mattes, Xavier Pi-Sunyer, Barbara Schneeman, James Scott Parrott (+4 others)
2017 Current Developments in Nutrition  
Overall, stakeholder panel members unanimously agreed that the research questions that will have the largest public health impact are those that address outcomes related to body weight, appetite, and dietary  ...  members, health providers, a research funder, individuals with food industry experience, and researchers of several different specialties.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Andrew Bremer for his service on the stakeholder panel.  ... 
doi:10.3945/cdn.117.000547 pmid:29955712 pmcid:PMC5998360 fatcat:3zzivmx5dfcmxh2bjwilpjf7ia

An Assessment of the Impact of Spatial Agglomeration on the Quality of China's Wood Processing Industry Products

Chenlu Tao, Jinzhu Zhang, Baodong Cheng, Yu Liu
2019 Sustainability  
Based on this, we analyzed the impact of the spatial agglomeration on the quality of wood products using panel data regression.  ...  However, few studies have explored the impact of the spatial agglomeration of China's wood processing industry on the quality of its products at the micro level.  ...  We carried out panel data regression to assess the impact of spatial agglomeration on the quality of products of the wood processing industry.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11143961 fatcat:vfiy7wevobhjleq4cpw2qdeheu

Beyond Academia – Interrogating Research Impact in the Research Excellence Framework

Emma Terämä, Melanie Smallman, Simon J. Lock, Charlotte Johnson, Martin Zaltz Austwick, Gemma Elizabeth Derrick
2016 PLoS ONE  
For the first time, this included an assessment of research 'impact', accounting for 20% of the funding allocation.  ...  Comparing the interpretations with the score given by REF, we found no evidence of one particular interpretation being more highly rewarded than another.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Michael Pheasant for his work as research assistant on this project and the Kone Foundation (ET) for support. Author Contributions Conceptualization  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168533 pmid:27997599 pmcid:PMC5173344 fatcat:3lj22dmhrjgnnpvfrk5yqclxni

R3SOLVE: A Serious Game to Support End-of-Life Rooftop Solar Panel Waste Management

Hengky Salim, Rodney Anthony Stewart, Oz Sahin, Birthe Sagstad, Michael Dudley
2021 Sustainability  
The goal of the game is to achieve certain collection and recovery outcomes through a mix of decisions ranging from product stewardship strategies, landfill regulation, technological investment, promotional  ...  A complex systems model is necessary to holistically address the end-of-life (EoL) solar panel waste problem. However, there is a significant challenge in communicating such a model to stakeholders.  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge the support provided by Australia and New Zealand (ANZRP) Ltd. to this research. The first author  ... 
doi:10.3390/su132212418 fatcat:2z3ovpcmazezvo5on6xrotaooy

How Does Energy Production Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic? Evidence From China

Di Chen, Haiqing Hu, Ming-bo Zheng
2021 Asian Economics Letters  
Moreover, we show that the negative impact of COVID-19 on traditional energy production is more than on renewable energy production. Our results pass robustness tests.  ...  period, we conclude that the pandemic has negatively influenced energy production.  ...  We also ac-knowledge financial support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (72072144, 71672144, 71372173, 70972053)  ... 
doi:10.46557/001c.22324 fatcat:yliqtn6tz5ecjewfsxmlhhh5sy

Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in China: Trends, Context, and Impact on Company Performance

Kun Li, Nasrin Khalili, Weiquan Cheng
2019 Sustainability  
Clustering methods as wells as ordinary least squares and the fixed effects panel regression modeling are performed to provide insights on the context, trends, and impact of CSR projects on companies'  ...  This study analyzes the trends, context, and impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives on company's performance and productivity in China.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank Tongyue Li, for valuable research assistance. Conflicts of Interest: the authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su11020354 fatcat:w2q42joxureq7gxdbefaeh3zfu
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