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THE INTELLECTUAL-KNOWLEDGE IMPERATIVE OF THE GLOBAL ECONOMY IN THE 21ST CENTURY [chapter]

A. V. Nyameshchuk, Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman
2020 Scientific approaches to modernizing the economic system: vector of development  
the distribution of economic opportunities.  ...  from physical distribution channels; values of investments in assets of retail trade, production and logistics; Changing perceptions about the need for physical assets e-commerce Sale of audio  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-189-6/212-232 fatcat:5y3hniaaerdp3da3362dc2w7gm

Transaction costs and information systems: does IT add up?

Antonio Cordella
2006 Journal of Information Technology  
not only the direct effect it has on on information flow, distribution, and management.  ...  Transaction cost theory has often been used to support to support the idea that information and communication technology (ICT) can reduce imperfection in the economic system.  ...  Through the price mechanism, the market efficiently collects and transfers a large amount of information between economic agents; information that would be prohibitively costly to capture and distribute  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jit.2000066 fatcat:rqgpdwrayrbthbxjtoicwjqufu

Environmental Scanning Practices in an Emerging Market: A Case in Malaysian Hotels

Haliza Mohd Saida, Sayeed Siddiq, Nor Khomar Ishak
2018 American Research Journal of Business and Management  
In a related study by Hough and White (2004), who viewed environmental scanning as a process of (i) identifying, (ii) collecting, (iii) processing, and (iv) translating information about external environmental  ...  The research objective is to find out how hotel organisations conduct environmental scanning activities in collecting, compiling, cataloguing, storing, retrieving and disseminating information for decision  ...  It was evident from the findings, the type of industry affects the content of what was scanned.  ... 
doi:10.21694/2379-1047.18001 fatcat:wt6urk72nbbwtmnryl6dz3hx2y

THE RADIOACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL: THE CONTRIBUTION OF ECONOMIC ANALYSIS

Oana Ionescu, Jean-Alain HERAUD
2011 Energy Studies Review  
This article addresses the following question: How to deal with uncertainty, emergence of new information and irreversibility in the decision process of the long-term disposal of radioactive waste?  ...  We show that the theoretical economic insights supplement this intuition and more precisely we emphasize the real options theory as one means of valuing flexible strategies in the disposal of highly radioactive  ...  We also thank Luis Aparicio and engineers from ANDRA (The National Radioactive Waste Management Agency) for helpful discussions. ANDRA is acknowledged for providing financial support.  ... 
doi:10.15173/esr.v18i2.530 fatcat:c7ja3bhtirfwvf4w6l57ease3y

Learning about learning organisations: case studies of skill formation in five New Zealand organisations

Roberta Hill, Tony Bullard, Phillip Capper, Kathryn Hawes, Ken Wilson
1998 Learning Organization  
of continuous change and uncertainty.  ...  Research findings also provide a) emerging evidence of the core skills that employees and managers need for such environments; b) a new grounded paradigm of the critical organisational characteristics,  ...  Information storage, retrieval and access. The case studies reveal that unrestricted sharing and distribution of information and knowledge in team settings is vital.  ... 
doi:10.1108/09696479810228568 fatcat:uiwtskuudfghzcz6mxrsegi2ve

Economic and management approach to defining effective projects for enterprise development under risks and uncertainty

Kateryna Boiarynova, Kateryna Kopishynska, Nataliya Hryhorska
2019 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
Considering this the need to apply the economic and management approach to the definition of effective projects under risks of reduced enterprise profitability due to the uncertain economic environment  ...  levels, to systematically control for the dynamics of the enterprise development to form the effective project portfolio, as well as to manage the risk reduction for projects that are inappropriate for  ...  However, the complexity of the issue of the project utility implemented in terms of economic consequences for the enterprise development under uncertainty and taking management measures to minimize their  ... 
doi:10.21511/ppm.17(4).2019.25 fatcat:2437acyz6zdmfiafq7smtlo64u

Top 10 Supply Chain Management Papers: Recommended Reading

Mvsc
2018 Zenodo  
TOP 10 SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT PAPERS: RECOMMENDED READING - MANAGING VALUE AND SUPPLY CHAINS  ...  ; Transportation facilities; Demand and market information etc. are the factors which constitutes serious challenges for Fruits and Vegetables sector and are affecting the overall growth of the agricultural  ...  Cold Chain Infrastructure for Frozen Food:A Weak Link in Indian Retail Sector. The IUP Journal of Supply Chain Management, VII (1 & 2), 90-103. Retrieved January 22, 2014, from Scribd.com:  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1313517 fatcat:3625f4573bfo3bhjhfdzskmaba

Innovation in the Application of Digital Tools for Managing Uncertainty: The Case of UK Independent Film

Michael Franklin, Nicola Searle, Dimitrinka Stoyanova, Barbara Townley
2013 Creativity and Innovation Management  
Our research thus lies at the nexus of innovation, social media and uncertainty management, and questions the boundaries found in innovation 'types' or dominant taxonomies in traditional R&D frames.  ...  Our findings show that innovations in one area have important implications for other areas, distribution impacting on concepts of product and service, for example.  ...  potentially offers both solutions to the economic downside of disruption, and challenges the FVC as a stable construction for managing uncertainty.  ... 
doi:10.1111/caim.12029 fatcat:nicmmpjie5cmvfjb5hq6o35l54

Linking Sustainability with Geographical Proximity in Food Supply Chains. An Indicator Selection Framework

Oriana Gava, Francesca Galli, Fabio Bartolini, Gianluca Brunori
2018 Agriculture  
The purpose of the article is identifying a set of communicative and information-dense indicators for use by evaluators.  ...  The retrieved literature shows varied research focus, methods, and depth of analyses. The review highlighted 39 environmental, 36 economic, and 27 social indicators, along the food chain.  ...  Concerning downstream phases, marketing strategies dedicated to the promotion of flour and bread from low-input (or hardier) grains or originated from low-input farming may reduce business uncertainty.  ... 
doi:10.3390/agriculture8090130 fatcat:qzjh6mwz75f2ra6h6tmuupgzwe

Real Estate Knowledge and the Development of a Real Estate Curricula for African Universities

Rachel Mirembe, François Viruly
2018 Journal of African Real Estate Research  
The generic context of real estate markets in emerging economies tends to be characterised by a dual economy, a lack of transparency in the markets, high levels of uncertainty and the existence of communal  ...  /customary and informal rights in the ownership of real estate.  ...  Perhaps this can be explained by the context of real estate markets in emerging markets, which tends to be characterised by dual economies, a lack of market transparency, high levels of uncertainty and  ... 
doi:10.15641/jarer.v3i2.692 fatcat:uyerkumuarftzgz54kqnnux5he

Classification of agricultural risks of the digital economy

Mikhail Chernyakov, Olesya Usacheva, Sergey Gromov, D. Rudoy, A. Olshevskaya, N. Ugrekhelidze
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
This sector of the economy is affected by a significant number of factors, both climatic and human-made. Uncertainty in the state and development of the industry creates risks.  ...  The calculations made it possible as the most significant to distinguish technological and social risks in the agricultural complex, the levelling of which is possible using digital information platforms  ...  Application of this technique allows the automation of the information retrieval from Internet sources and the selection of the most reliable data for assessment and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202127308081 fatcat:gz4flyxplbbmbkr6v7uzfnksvy

TYPOLOGY OF INTERNET ENVIRONMENT TRANSACTION COST IN AGRICULTURE

J.K. Saukhanov, S.M. Mirzataev
2021 Zenodo  
Also, various classifications of transaction costs on the Internet were analyzed and a specific typology of these types of costs was developed.  ...  This article discusses the views and approaches to the problem of transactional actions in the Internet environment, and also identifies transactional concepts and transaction costs in the virtual space  ...  This article will be useful for researchers in the field of Internet environment economics, as well as for firms engaged in the field of e-business.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5503531 fatcat:plmvcshphrhynnwhne3cmbdghu

Scanning the Environment for Competitive Advantage: A Study of Corporate Banking Managers in Nigeria

S. O. Popoola
2000 Libri  
This article looks at how bank managers in Nigeria scan the external environment for information to have competitive advantage in the banking industry.  ...  The uncertainty of the environment was found to be associated with the amount of scanning done. The study revealed that the customer and competition sectors were the most strategically uncertain.  ...  Table 4 shows the rank order distribution of the purposes for environmental scanning of respondents.  ... 
doi:10.1515/libr.2000.210 fatcat:5ure3cz3bvfspbmoxxjs3gl4qi

Is Health Management of the COVID-19 Pandemic a Cause of Agricultural Commodity Prices? New Evidences From Bootstrap Fourier Causality Test

Erdal Tanas KARAGÖL, Mert AKYÜZ, Çağın KARUL
2021 Duzce Universitesi Tip Fakültesi Dergisi  
The results support information transmission from COVID-19 to commodity prices. The null hypothesis of no-Granger causality from new death to commodity prices is rejected for coffee, sugar, and cotton  ...  Combining results from both tests, the findings provide evidence for COVID-19 information having predictive power for agricultural commodity prices except wheat and oats.  ... 
doi:10.18678/dtfd.879572 fatcat:mgx7w6shmvd33g7inowc5cri5a

The automatic summarization of text documents in the Cognitive Integrated Management Information System

Marcin Hernes, Marcin Maleszka, Ngoc Thanh Nguyen, Andrzej Bytniewski
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
This paper presents issues related to a process of the automatic summarization of the text documents connected with economic knowledge performed by the cognitive agents in an integrated management information  ...  The first part of the paper shortly presents the state-of-the-art in the considered field; next, the summarization process in the Cognitive Integrated Management Information System is characterized; the  ...  For information retrieval the Boolean Logic Model (BML) or ranked-output systems are used [39] .  ... 
doi:10.15439/2015f188 dblp:conf/fedcsis/HernesMNB15 fatcat:j4iprsbnbjgdfpqjw6phdipq4a
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