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The impact of language barriers on knowledge exchange between headquarter and subsidiaries ab 15.99 EURO
The impact of language barriers on knowledge exchange between headquarter and subsidiaries ab 14.99 EURO
The main goal of the research was to find-out barriers of bilateral tourism flow between India and Europe from 1981 to 2011 and suggest policies to these barriers to capture these lucrative markets for the potential development of bilateral tourism flow. The methodology used in this study combined a review of the literature with an analysis of tourist flow data and limited case study analysis. Statistical tools percentage analysis, Correlation and linear regression analysis were used and comparative charts to assist in empirical analysis. As per study, the economic recession, economic growth, GDP of the country India and Europe, currency exchange rate of Euro in relation with Indian rupees, price of the tourism products, terrorism, wars between countries due to international political relation, inconvenient government policies, air service agreements (ASA), private sector participation and growth, knowledge about the tourist destinations, regional competitive disadvantage, working structure, social behavior of people, etc. factors became barriers to the bilateral tourism flow between India and Europe. There is pace of growth of inbound and outbound tourism between India and Euro.
International Exchange in the Early Modern Book World presents new research on several aspects of the movement and exchange of books between countries, languages and confessions. It considers elements of the international book trade, the circulation and collection of texts, the practice of translation and the diffusion and exchange of technical and cultural knowledge. Commercial and logistical aspects of the early modern book trade are considered, as are the relationships between local markets and the internationally-minded firms which sought to meet their expectations. The barriers to the movement of books across borders - political, linguistic, confessional, cultural - are explored, as are the means by which these barriers were surmounted.
In the book the author has investigated the most important aspects of having international cooperation between universities. The book has been based on the knowledge transfer or knowledge exchange approach. It starts with a description of the methodology of the whole study. A case study approach is chosen. In addition, the author defines the most appropriate theories that can be applied. To get empirical evidence to the theories applied, mainly interviews have been used. This has been done with direct interviews with the Danish side and using electronic communication tools with the Latvians. A common interest field was eventually found - satellite technologies. The satellite technology perspective is then applied to see, how the defined cross-border barriers affect the cooperation possibilities.
The agile development methodology demands close collaboration with client, rapid requirements change and an iterative development of fixed length. When this way of agile approach is applied in a distributed project, it requires frequent communication and knowledge exchange among the dispersed team members and need collaboration with customer over distance. Besides the geographical, the linguistic and the different time zone barriers in a distributed project, the computer mediated tools suppose being useful media in connecting and to coordinating among dispersed colleague in a project. Though, these tools depict variant effectiveness in communication exchange, however, there efficient use connects peoples at the two sites. The aim of this case study is to explore the communication channel support in a distributed project. The purpose of the research is to analyse collaboration in distributed teams working together through computer mediated technology. For this purpose, a company case is studied doing a distributed agile project. Based on the case analysis, the authors suggest the recommendations for implementing and establishing agile practices in a distance project.
After Argentina s 2001/02 sovereign default crisis, its economy continued to produce headlines that drew global attention during the presidencies of the Kirchner couple (2003-2015): the sovereign debt restructuring, a heated conflict between the Government and the local agroindustry, Argentina s deleveraging for being excluded from international capital markets, a contentious expropriation to regain public control over the local energy corporation YPF, Argentina s enormous potential in the unconventional exploitation of fossil fuels, a non-transparent and arbitrary web of currency exchange controls and trade barriers, the return of rampant inflation, airbrushed official economic indicators, a juridical tug of war with holdout creditors which ended up in another sovereign default, and many more... This work connects the dots by offering a comprehensive and critical perspective on the economic policy of Kirchnersim, based on local source material and personal interviews with experts outside the Government. An exciting read in the field of political economy, which provides the knowledge to understand the roots of the economic problems which the current Macri administration is facing.
This book explains how income growth and better environmental qualities go hand in hand, and reviews the drivers and barriers to sustainable innovation on the basis of real-life cases. It discusses why innovation-based income growth reduces environmental impacts and how the huge global markets for sustainable innovation are currently hampered by protectionist policies. Subsequently, diverse sustainable innovators are presented in ascending order of the complexity of interactions between innovators and stakeholders. In this context, innovating consumers who create communities of peers in solar powered mobility are examined in the first case. It also focuses on regional tacit inventors, who spur innovation in tourism mobility thanks to the informal policies but whose efforts are obstructed by the formalities of the European Union. Artists with an interest in both innovations and the environment develop art services that deliver experiences of environmental qualities. Though these experiences have gone unrecognised so far, they are nonetheless socially beneficial. The book also shows how technology suppliers develop four different patterns of sanitation, each with its own pros and cons for the specific community's needs and conditions. It discusses how project developers also make innovations in office systems, including socially beneficial ones that do away with the need to commute. It includes an analysis of interactions between consumers pursuing ethical consumption and international trailblazers in corporate responsibility and concludes that it is more rewarding to support social entrepreneurs than to attempt to moralise consumers. Further analysis of interactions between sustainable investors and innovators reveals different groups' opinions about policies and markets, helping to explains their weak influence on policies. Mushrooming local energy initiatives are now evolving into energy service companies, producing shifts on energy markets. Why these innovators emerge and how certain policies are blocking them are explained. The policies of the United States and European Union are compared with regard to the main barriers to and drivers of, the renewable energy business. Though the US invests more money and takes more risks, it is less cost-effective in terms of the number of enterprises and jobs, thanks to the feed-in tariffs in Europe. Lastly, the book also discusses policies that invest in education, skills, knowledge and know-how exchange, but instead abolish perverse?? subventions of vested interests to?? create conditions for sustainable development.