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Inscribing behaviour in information infrastructure standards

Ole Hanseth, Eric Monteiro
1997 Accounting Management and Information Technologies  
By studying the process of aligning and linking one inscription to other inscriptions, we also hope to learn mor e about the strength of inscriptions, that is, the degree to which an inscription actually  ...  succeeds in enforcing a desired behaviour.  ...  We also want to thank Marc Berg, Andrew Clement, Bo Dahlbom, Joan Greenbaum, Morten Hatling, Mikael Hård, Mona-Lise Pedersen, Lucy Suchman and Kari Thoresen for valuable comments on earlier drafts of the  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0959-8022(97)00008-8 fatcat:u63s6o7yqrbh3a3qs6s7eviasu

Facilitating technology adoption in the NHS: negotiating the organisational and policy context – a qualitative study

Sue Llewellyn, Rob Procter, Gill Harvey, Gregory Maniatopoulos, Alan Boyd
2014 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Lesley Jordan (an advisory board member and leader at INPUT) assisted us greatly over the patient perspective. Thanks also to Andrew Webster for leading our main dissemination event.  ...  Acknowledgements 97 Acknowledgements T he research team would like to thank all the members of our advisory board and all the participants in the research for their time and commitment to the project.  ...  [80] [81] [82] [83] Our study draws on actor-network theory (ANT) (see Actor-network theory), 84,85 boundary work, risk communication and the adaptation of work practices to new technologies (see Boundary  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr02230 fatcat:dxdbnhupfje3xi6v2vwadekv5q

The Heart Is a Hand Grenade: Plastic Figurations of Bodies at War [chapter]

Sine Nørholm Just, Line Kirkegaard
2019 Materiality in Institutions  
With the increasing use of digital technologies, the ongoing transformation of work and workplaces (including an entrepreneurial trend) and the shifting of work boundaries (private-professional spheres  ...  After Paris in , London in 2013, Roma in 2014 and Sydney in 2015 it is a pleasure to now meet in Lisbon, for a new series of exciting presentations and debates on organizations, artefacts and practices  ...  The last part of our argumentation tries to develop propositions to introduce history and politics through: the use of some Marxist notions such as historical materialism and through the exploration of  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-97472-9_11 fatcat:lpp6ehdx3jgdponnkva57364ou

Rewarding in International Law

Anne van Aaken, Betül Simsek
2021 American Journal of International Law  
Both give ample arguments to make more use of rewarding in international law.  ...  We provide a typology as well as illustrations of how rewards can be applied.  ...  In short: While the domain of loss makes rewarding an effective tool, it may turn less effective in the domain of gains.  ... 
doi:10.1017/ajil.2021.2 fatcat:37fqt7ca55hehneobf2rtvpgjq

Digital Consumer Networks and Producer-Consumer Collaboration: Innovation and Product Development in the Video Game Industry

Reina Y. Arakji, Karl R. Lang
2007 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Finally, we would like to suggest a simulation methodology [3] as an alternative to analytical modeling, which could allow us more adequate modeling of the complex dynamics of modder behavior, once better  ...  The Rise of the Network Society. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996. 12. Castells, M. Materials for an exploratory theory of the network society.  ... 
doi:10.2753/mis0742-1222240208 fatcat:ypkps4rtnjea3mnx3sg4yozecu

La agroecología más allá de una agricultura ecológica

Tamara Álvarez Lorente
2020 Agricultura Sociedad y Desarrollo  
En un contexto cada vez más global, gobernado por intereses económicos, se hace necesario que los actores sociales desarrollen estrategias económicas y agrícolas sostenibles para ganar autonomía frente  ...  that increase the participation of social actors, in order to generate empowerment.  ...  Antes de comenzar a desarrollar cada una de las secciones es necesario ABSTRACT In an increasingly global context, governed by economic interests, it becomes necessary for social actors to develop sustainable  ... 
doi:10.22231/asyd.v17i2.1347 fatcat:fnoovg33rnasbbewj66ig3666m

In polite company

Elizabeth Losh
2008 Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference in Advances on Computer Entertainment Technology - ACE '08  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to sincerely thank Thomas Andersson and Sebastian Armonioso at DICE for making time in their busy schedule to meet with us.  ...  The research described in this paper was supported by an Australian Research Council Discovery Projects Grant DP0986998.  ...  (especially in actor-network theory, ANT) [21] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1501750.1501832 dblp:conf/ACMace/Losh08 fatcat:cstvopas5jad7os5idmdt642ie

Guest Editorial: Valuing Tourism

Carina Ren, Morten Krogh Petersen, Dianne Dredge
2015 Valuation Studies  
I heartily thank the anonymous reviewers and patient editors of this journal, and in particular Carina Ren and Dianne Dredge for the opportunity to contribute to the special issue.  ...  The research reported in this article was partially funded by the University of London Central Research Fund.  ...  The study is based on an ANT (Actor-Network Theory) methodology that included content analysis of policy documents and extensive ethnographic field study in the Danish government administration.  ... 
doi:10.3384/vs.2001-5992.153285 fatcat:jivgcaempvafzh7q2ax2ef377e

Toward a Small Donor Democracy: The Past and Future of Incentive Programs for Small Political Contributions

Thomas Cmar
2004 Social Science Research Network  
of the Internet as a tool for grassroots organizing. 244 The campaign used the Internet to organize its operations under a decentralized model and coordinate with self-organized networks of volunteers  ...  candidates sufficient incentive to mobilize small donors. 212 A full credit is the most effective tool for candidates to use in their solicitation efforts, where they are able to promise prospective  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.588921 fatcat:oqhimdankzcwxbaccyb75xzi6m

Indicators for multi-level governance of public investment in Colombia [chapter]

2016 OECD multi-level governance studies  
The fact that procedures were already in place helped to act in the crisis situation, and PAC is considered to have served as a key anti-crisis tool.  ...  E-government tools have been used in an unprecedented manner and have played a major role in ensuring the transparency of crisis-response measures, conveying relevant information and support to citizens  ...  In addition to national ministries/agencies, regional and local actors have a critical role to play to identify policy complementarities and trade-offs in investment priorities.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264265288-10-en fatcat:tqf2frfqw5gmdapu7qofnh522u

Results-Based Approaches in Agriculture: What is the Potential?

Heiner Janus, Sarah Holzapfel
2016 Social Science Research Network  
They are also discussed as an important tool to accelerate innovation and to leverage additional resources from private investors for agricultural and food security interventions.  ...  Increased and more effective public and private investments in the agricultural sector are needed to address the challenge of ending hunger and achieving food security by 2030.  ...  We would also like to thank all interviewees who contributed to this study. The views and opinions expressed in this paper, as well as any errors and omissions, are our own.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2885685 fatcat:dsql5qs7jzdbvecdnpan22lgle

The Role of Parliaments in the Budget Process

Riccardo Pelizzo, David M. Olson, Rick Stapenhurst
2005 Social Science Research Network  
to which political actors have the scope to act as institution-shapers.  ...  Walsh, 'New Tools in Comparative Po- The separation of purpose can also be attributed to the effects of different electoral systems.  ...  In addition, since the Finance Bill is passed first, the Budget Bill is modified to reflect each Finance Law's new ceiling for spending (when applicable).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1026346 fatcat:t3ewkadjlbc3zf76di3nifjb4u

The Role of Parliament in the Budgetary Process

W. Krafchik, J. Wehner
1998 South African Journal of Economics  
to which political actors have the scope to act as institution-shapers.  ...  Walsh, 'New Tools in Comparative Po- The separation of purpose can also be attributed to the effects of different electoral systems.  ...  In addition, since the Finance Bill is passed first, the Budget Bill is modified to reflect each Finance Law's new ceiling for spending (when applicable).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1813-6982.1998.tb01265.x fatcat:kjm6xrszirfdhattj2aspxksna

Oral Presentations

2001 Technology and Health Care  
During the five-day exercise we evaluated the ability to establish telecommunications and the effectiveness of the infrastructure, services and applications implemented for an operational global emergency  ...  the effective use of telemedicine technologies and in diverse telehealth strategies for disaster and postdisaster events and build an online repository of reference materials to include best practices  ...  Such care, with new analytic tools appropriate to a centrifugal system, must be equivalent of office-based care, or even superior.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2001-9405 fatcat:njxsp6up7jhl7hvh4idloudlyy

Supplemental Material, SC_5_Screening_1 - What Is Lean Management in Health Care? Development of an Operational Definition for a Cochrane Systematic Review

Thomas Rotter, Christopher Plishka, Adegboyega Lawal, Liz Harrison, Nazmi Sari, Donna Goodridge, Rachel Flynn, James Chan, Michelle Fiander, Bonnie Poksinska, Keith Willoughby, Leigh Kinsman
2018 Figshare  
Supplemental Material, SC_5_Screening_1 for What Is Lean Management in Health Care?  ...  Fiander, Bonnie Poksinska, Keith Willoughby, and Leigh Kinsman in Evaluation & the Health Professions  ...  unit of an NHS hospital, under actor-network theory principles.  ... 
doi:10.25384/sage.6127139.v1 fatcat:ujnyk73jd5flvctgoqsmcuakei
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