Quantitative empirical study

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  • The main reason for conducting business is creating and maintaining value (cf. Conner 1991; Sirmon et al. 2007). As companies are not stand-alone, closed systems, value creation is dependent in various ways on interrelations with the environment. It is from the environment that organizations are acquiring all the inputs and resources that they need for their operation, whether these are tangible or intangible resources, capital or human resources.

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  • Natural rubber is produced by Hevea brasiliensis, a tree native to the Amazon region of South America. In the late eighteenth century, rubber was introduced to the Far East, which is now the main rubber-producing region of the world. Currently, the major producers of natural rubber are Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, China, Viet Nam and Sri Lanka. In 2005, the world’s production of natural rubber amounted to 8 682 million tonnes whereby 7 466 million tonnes (approximately 86 percent) originated from these seven countries.

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  • Recent advances in data collection and data storage techniques enable marketing researchers to study the characteristics of a large range of transactions and purchases, in particular the effects of household-specific characteristics and marketing-mix variables. This book presents the most important and practically relevant quantitative models for marketing research. Each model is presented in detail with a self-contained discussion, which includes: a demonstration of the mechanics of the model, empirical analysis, real-world examples, and interpretation of results and findings.

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  • The study will contribute to the field of both economic and environment study as it will provide empirical basis to support or negate the EKC phenomenon for Asian countries. The empirical study will result in a quantitative association between income and environment pollution levels, particularly the relationship of income with three widely monitored air pollutants: PM-10, SO2 and NO2.

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  • Empirical studies which explicitly examine the link between popula- tion and pollution in a systematic quantitative manner are very few in number. Cramer (1998, 2002) and Cramer and Cheney (2000) examine the impact of population levels on air pollution in California and conclude that population is closely associated with some sources of emissions but not with others. Cramer’s and Cramer and Cheney’s focus on a single state in a developed country is interesting, but it also means that the global impli- cations of their work are uncertain.

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  • Chapter 17 - Reading and writing the quantitative research report. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Construct a literature review that situates your research study in the historical context of research similar to yours; develop a compelling problem statement; find and integrate empirical research reports, theory articles, and literature review articles in your literature review;...

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  • Empirical evidence suggests that movements in international relative prices (such as the real exchange rate) are large and persistent. Nontraded goods, both in the form of ¯nal consumption goods and as an input into the production of ¯- nal tradable goods, are an important aspect behind international relative price movements. In this paper we show that nontraded goods have important impli- cations for exchange rate behavior, even though °uctuations in the relative price of nontraded goods account for a relatively small fraction of real exchange rate movements.

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