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  • This report is the outcome of the collective effort of nine scholars, who have been engaged in a on the “The Role of University in Regional Innovation System”. The project has been possible thanks to the financial support from the Nordic Industrial Fund – Centre for Innovation and Commercial Development. The Nordic Industrial Fund has shown great interest in the project and has made valuable comments. We would like to thanks for the financial support enabling us to engage in this work......

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  • Muterials science emerged in USA, some time in thc carly 1950s. That phrase denoted a new scientific concept, born out of metallurgy, and this book is devoted to the emergence, development and consequences of that concept, in the US and elsewhere. Just who first coined the phrase is not known, but it is clear that by 1956 a number of senior research scientists had acquired the habit of using it.

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  • Few of us can any longer keep up with the flood of scientific literature, even in specialized subfields. Any attempt to do more and be broadly educated with respect to a large domain of science has the appearance of tilting at windmills. Yet the synthesis of ideas drawn from different subjects into new, powerful, general concepts is as valuable as ever, and the desire to remain educated persists in all scientists.

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  • The presence or lack of these five factors was the determinant of the role of religion in the given conflict. Due to the nature of this methodology these are debateable findings. For instance one leader may declare simply ‘May God bless us and watch over us’ whereas another may declare that ‘God calls us, his chosen people, to annihilate our enemies’. Both are employing a religious discourse yet there is clearly a difference in severity. Measuring this difference is...

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  • Nevertheless, a cursory look at these self-reported barriers provides interesting information. Distance from a bank is a much greater barrier in rural areas, as expected. Technological and other innovations that help overcome this barrier of physical distance could pay off—potentially increasing the share of adults us- ing a formal account by up to 23 percentage points in Sub-Saharan Africa and 14 percentage points in South Asia.

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  • It is a pleasure to welcome you to this fascinating course: Successful Project Management. We believe that everyone engages in a project of one type or another, but not all of us take time to get information about best ways to manage the project before it begins. The aim of this training course is, therefore, to help you open up new horizons so that you can harness your full potential in managing a personal project or that of the organisation you work for. Although focus is on distance education (DE) project management, there are generic principles that apply to...

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  • The MP3EI is a very ambitious plan. It aims to propel Indonesia into the top ten worldwide economies and raise income per capita from US$ 3000 to US$ 15,000 by 2025. The policy rests on three main pillars: establishing six economic corridors based on the comparative advantage of the different regions of Indonesia; promoting connectivity within Indonesia, the ASEAN region and globally as well as improving human resources and science and technology. PPPs are expected to play an important role in the implementation of the MP3EI.

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  • The fact that we all became wiser, learnt to look across cultural and historical barriers, was essential. There were moments of deep concern and potential crisis, moments of gratitude and achievement, moments of success in building a common analysis and perspective. The result is clearly more global, more realistic, more forward looking than any one of us alone could have created. We joined the Commission with different views and perspectives, different values and beliefs, and very different experiences and insights.

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  • The third edition of The Fungal Community has been compiled by a new set of editors. The three of us were impressed with the quality and content of the previous two editions and hope that we have matched the work of George Carroll and Don Wicklow in this new volume. The aims and objectives of this volume are explained in our introductory chapter, but in brief, we have tried to address some of the current discussions in ecology (diversity and function, scaling issues, disturbance, invasive species) from a fungal perspective.

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  • Midwives are autonomous professionals whose unique and specialist contribution affects the whole population: each of us at the time of birth, the great majority of people who become parents and the half of these who become mothers. Women and their families expect a service that provides clear communication and explanations, effective teamwork, a safe care environment and continuity of care. The midwife’s role is to ensure that these expectations are understood and met.

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  • Between 1981 and 1983, one of us (Max) served on the faculty of Boston Univer-sity. At the time, he was conducting laboratory studies on decision biases in negotiation. Behavioral decision research did not exist as a topic of study in most management schools. The faculty at Boston University included a number of excellent colleagues, and yet they knew very little about the emerging research on judgment. This lack of awareness among management colleagues motivated Max to write this book. The goal was to make the area of judgment a more central part of the management literature.

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  • Capital markets are becoming global markets and commercial real estate markets are no exception. Recently, international real estate investors have expressed interest in investing in the Asian emerging markets. Three main reasons can be given for investing in such markets. First the strong economic performance in the region, at least up to 1997 and the huge growth potential of the region in the future.

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  • Water contamination weakens or destroys natural ecosystems that support human health, food production, and biodiversity. Studies have estimated that the value of ecosystem services is double the gross national product of the global economy, and the role of freshwater ecosystems in purifying water and assimilating wastes has been valued at US$ 400 billion (2008$) (Costanza et al. 1997). Freshwater ecosystems are among the most degraded on the planet, and have suffered proportionately greater species and habitat losses than terrestrial or marine ecosystems (Revenga et al. 2000).

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  • In this paper we develop a contingent valuation model for zero-coupon bonds with de- fault. In order to emphasize the role of maturity time and place of the lender’s claim in the hierarchy of debt of a Þrm, we consider a Þrm that issues two bonds with different ma- turities and different seniorage. The model allows us to analyze the implications of both debt renegotiation and capital structure of a Þrm on the prices of bonds.

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  • Conflict is a part of life that many of us tend to avoid and fear. Traditional schooling gives us little training to handle conflict, and most of us have poor role models from which to learn. Despite the lack of attention we give it, conflict has the power to destroy self-esteem, relationships, and even corporations. Conversely, it also has the power to generate creativity, better solutions, next-level thinking, and passionate results. Conflict when handled poorly is incredibly destructive. Conflict when handled well turns mediocre businesses into stellar corporations...

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  • There is an obvious interest in this analysis for feminists, a beauty in its exact rendering of the frustration experienced under the phallocentric order. It gets us nearer to the roots of our oppression, it brings an articulation of the problem closer, it faces us with the ultimate challenge: how to fight the unconscious structured like a language (formed critically at the moment of arrival of language) while still caught within the language of the patriarchy. There is no way in which we can produce an alternative out of the blue, but we can begin to make a break...

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  • The inclusion of Business Angels in the range of ‘informal’ (as opposed to ‘institutional’) investors provides us an indication that there are potential difficulties in measuring the size of the Business Angel community. Mason and Harrison identify two main problems, identification and definition. Regarding the former, in his seminal work on Business Angels, William Wetzel (1983) notes that the total population of Business Angels is unknown and probably unknowable on account of their invisibility, desire for anonymity, and the undocumented nature of their investing.

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  • "The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking," A. Einstein. However, along with the development of human society, both the weight and the role of different sciences have varied. In the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries mechanics was focused upon, including heavenly mechanics, but in the nineteenth century it is already difficult to establish whether it was physics (and mechanics) that played the leading part, or whether it was chemistry or biology.

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  • Modern theories of matter—Outer world only known to us by our sensations—Instances—Mill's system only intermediary between self and outer world—The great X of Matter—Nervous syst specificity of the nerves—The nervous system itself a sensation—Relations of sensation with the unk CHAPTER III THE MECHANICAL THEORIES OF MATTER ARE ONLY SYMBOLS .

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  • Film scholar and author Shoma Chatterji (Subject: Cinema, Object: Women, 1998) says, “Women in Hindi cinema have been decorative objects with rarely any sense of agency being imparted to them. Each phase of Hindi cinema had its own representation of women, but they were confined largely to the traditional, patriarchal frame-work of the Indian society. The ordinary woman has hardly been visible in Hindi cinema.” vi To understand this portrayal in much more depth, we need to have a look at some crucial glimpses which defined the role of women in Hindi films.

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