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Event Management
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The fast developing conference and exhibition market is becoming a basis platform for the current interregional and international business and economy development. Nowadays, communication is an essential aspect of the event management, as it determines the successful achievement of the project goals. Well planned communications strategy facilitates the management process, increases event visibility and attracts customers. This book provides an example of the most important phases of the communications strategy drawn for the project event: professionally organised international exhibition in Mexico dedicated to space applications. In order to explore the possibilities and opportunities for the project promotion, the strategy is based on analysis of the external and internal environment, competition and target audience, and in the conclusion final recommendations on tools and channels are presented. This publication should be useful for the exhibition companies, event management teams, promotion and communication departments, sales managers and everyone involved in the event management business.

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Innovation Clusters and Interregional Competition
194,49 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.12.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Innovation Clusters and Interregional Competition, Auflage: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2003, Redaktion: Bröcker, Johannes // Dohse, Dirk // Soltwedel, Rüdiger, Verlag: Springer Berlin Heidelberg // Springer-Verlag GmbH, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Regionalstudien // Politikwissenschaft // Volkswirtschaftslehre // Wirtschaftspolitik // politische Ökonomie // Betriebswirtschaft und Management // Geographie, Rubrik: Volkswirtschaft, Seiten: 424, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 644 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Innovation Clusters and Interregional Competition
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Erscheinungsdatum: 07/2003, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Innovation Clusters and Interregional Competition, Redaktion: Bröcker, Johannes // Dohse, Dirk // Soltwedel, Rüdiger, Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH // Springer Berlin, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Innovation // Regionalentwicklung // Wettbewerb // Wirtschaft // Politik // Politikwissenschaft // Politologie // Wirtschaftspolitik // F u. E // Forschung und Entwicklung // Business // Management // Interdisziplinär // Interdisziplinarität // Wissenschaft // Entwicklung // gesellschaftlich // wirtschaftlich // technisch // Wirtschaftstheorie // Wirtschaftsmathematik // Wirtschaftsrechnen // Regionalstudien // politische Ökonomie // Entwicklungsstudien // Industrien und Branchenstudien // Wirtschaftsgeographie // Management: Innovation // Geschäftswettbewerb // Entwicklungsökonomie und Schwellenländer // Wirtschaftstheorie und // philosophie // Wirtschaftsmathematik und // informatik // IT-Management, Rubrik: Geografie, Seiten: 409, Abbildungen: 115 Abb., Reihe: Advances in Spatial Science, Gewicht: 748 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Analysis of Sectoral Water Demands and Optimal ...
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This study aims to investigate optimal water allocations and possible benefit gains from water trade and to identify respective efficient water prices. As South Africa is one of the many countries in the world experiencing water shortages, this research focuses on an extremely water scarce region in the north east of the country, the Middle Olifants sub-basin. The research area is characterized by inelastic water supply, increasing competition between users for scarce water resources and a poor water demand management, leading to an imbalance of water supply and demand. The South African government tries to overcome the problem and to increase social welfare by developing an integrated water resources management and improving water use efficiencies. This requires knowledge on current water demands and water values, price elasticities of water demand, possible impacts of different market allocation mechanisms as well as necessary economic instruments and institutional and political conditions.Accordingly, this study seeks to estimate water demands of the two production sectors irrigating agriculture and mining. Primary data on quantities and expenditures of production factors and information on yields are used to model water demands. Water demand in the mining sector is estimated with econometric methods using time series data. A seemingly unrelated regression (SUR) procedure is applied to estimate cost functions for the five mines analyzed and water price elasticities and water demand functions are calculated. Calculated water own price elasticities vary from -0.77 to -0.95 and together with cross price elasticities they show, that there is potential to influence water use patterns. Using the estimated cost functions, water demands can be derived by varying the water price holding all other inputs and output constant.In the agricultural sector water price/quantity schedules are simulated with an optimization model in GAMS, maximizing farm profits with varying water prices. Demand functions are obtained by fitting regression equations and point water price elasticities are calculated. At current water prices of 0.07 Rand/m3 elasticities are with around -0.2 far below unity implying that, in the agricultural sector rather institutional measurements than water pricing must be applied as a solution to water scarcity.The determined inverse water demand functions of the two sectors together with water supply figures represent the basic elements in the water allocation model, where benefits from water use are maximized. Three different scenarios are compared under two political settings. The first setting allows water use to remain with current quantities, and to exceed its sustainable use, whereas the second setting considers basic human as well as ecological needs to be given priority, which decreases available water supply for mines and farmers. The three scenarios modeled include (1) the status quo situation, (2) intraregional trade and (3) interregional trade. In the status quo situation water demands are fixed to current consumption levels and according benefits from water use are determined. In the second scenario, where trade between agriculture and mining is only allowed within catchments but not within the whole study area, new water use quantities with new equilibrium prices arise. By allocating water from low-value uses to high-value uses benefits are maximized and efficiencies of water use are improved. In the third scenario trade is allowed between all catchments in the study area, leading to one equilibrium price in the whole region of 0.084 and 1.819 respectively depending on water supply levels, dictated by the respective political condition. Compared to the second scenario where only intraregional trade is allowed, benefits from water use are further increasing through reallocation of water to the optimal allocation levels. Model results give necessary insights to sectoral water demands and economic aspects in the study area, and they can be of support in the decision-making of appropriate policies.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Analysis of Sectoral Water Demands and Optimal ...
32,26 € *
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This study aims to investigate optimal water allocations and possible benefit gains from water trade and to identify respective efficient water prices. As South Africa is one of the many countries in the world experiencing water shortages, this research focuses on an extremely water scarce region in the north east of the country, the Middle Olifants sub-basin. The research area is characterized by inelastic water supply, increasing competition between users for scarce water resources and a poor water demand management, leading to an imbalance of water supply and demand. The South African government tries to overcome the problem and to increase social welfare by developing an integrated water resources management and improving water use efficiencies. This requires knowledge on current water demands and water values, price elasticities of water demand, possible impacts of different market allocation mechanisms as well as necessary economic instruments and institutional and political conditions.Accordingly, this study seeks to estimate water demands of the two production sectors irrigating agriculture and mining. Primary data on quantities and expenditures of production factors and information on yields are used to model water demands. Water demand in the mining sector is estimated with econometric methods using time series data. A seemingly unrelated regression (SUR) procedure is applied to estimate cost functions for the five mines analyzed and water price elasticities and water demand functions are calculated. Calculated water own price elasticities vary from -0.77 to -0.95 and together with cross price elasticities they show, that there is potential to influence water use patterns. Using the estimated cost functions, water demands can be derived by varying the water price holding all other inputs and output constant.In the agricultural sector water price/quantity schedules are simulated with an optimization model in GAMS, maximizing farm profits with varying water prices. Demand functions are obtained by fitting regression equations and point water price elasticities are calculated. At current water prices of 0.07 Rand/m3 elasticities are with around -0.2 far below unity implying that, in the agricultural sector rather institutional measurements than water pricing must be applied as a solution to water scarcity.The determined inverse water demand functions of the two sectors together with water supply figures represent the basic elements in the water allocation model, where benefits from water use are maximized. Three different scenarios are compared under two political settings. The first setting allows water use to remain with current quantities, and to exceed its sustainable use, whereas the second setting considers basic human as well as ecological needs to be given priority, which decreases available water supply for mines and farmers. The three scenarios modeled include (1) the status quo situation, (2) intraregional trade and (3) interregional trade. In the status quo situation water demands are fixed to current consumption levels and according benefits from water use are determined. In the second scenario, where trade between agriculture and mining is only allowed within catchments but not within the whole study area, new water use quantities with new equilibrium prices arise. By allocating water from low-value uses to high-value uses benefits are maximized and efficiencies of water use are improved. In the third scenario trade is allowed between all catchments in the study area, leading to one equilibrium price in the whole region of 0.084 and 1.819 respectively depending on water supply levels, dictated by the respective political condition. Compared to the second scenario where only intraregional trade is allowed, benefits from water use are further increasing through reallocation of water to the optimal allocation levels. Model results give necessary insights to sectoral water demands and economic aspects in the study area, and they can be of support in the decision-making of appropriate policies.

Anbieter: Dodax AT
Stand: 23.01.2020
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Education in Kiev
14,99 € *
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Education in Kiev ab 14.99 € als Taschenbuch: National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Interregional Academy of Personnel Management Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Kyiv Polytechnic Institute Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Geist & Wissen,

Anbieter: hugendubel
Stand: 23.01.2020
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Heritage Management in Korea and Japan
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'Imperial tombs, Buddhist architecture, palaces, and art treasures in Korea and Japan have attracted scholars, collectors, and conservators--and millions of tourists. As iconic markers of racial and cultural identity at home and abroad, they are embracedas tangible sources of immense national pride and popular 'must-see' destinations.This book provides the first sustained account to highlight how the forces of modernity, nationalism, colonialism, and globalization have contributed to the birth of museums, field disciplines, tourist industries, and heritage management policies. Its chapters trace the history of explorations, preservations, and reconstructions of archaeological monuments from an interregional East Asian comparative perspective in the pastcentury.Hyung Il Pai is professor of East Asian languages and cultural studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the author of Constructing Korean Origins.'Any scholar interested in the politics of culture in imperial Japan or colonial Korea will want this book on his or her shelf.' --Robert Oppenheim, University of Texas at Austin'--

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Heritage Management in Korea and Japan
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'Imperial tombs, Buddhist architecture, palaces, and art treasures in Korea and Japan have attracted scholars, collectors, and conservators--and millions of tourists. As iconic markers of racial and cultural identity at home and abroad, they are embracedas tangible sources of immense national pride and popular 'must-see' destinations.This book provides the first sustained account to highlight how the forces of modernity, nationalism, colonialism, and globalization have contributed to the birth of museums, field disciplines, tourist industries, and heritage management policies. Its chapters trace the history of explorations, preservations, and reconstructions of archaeological monuments from an interregional East Asian comparative perspective in the pastcentury.Hyung Il Pai is professor of East Asian languages and cultural studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. She is the author of Constructing Korean Origins.'Any scholar interested in the politics of culture in imperial Japan or colonial Korea will want this book on his or her shelf.' --Robert Oppenheim, University of Texas at Austin'--

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Economics and Management of the Food Industry
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This book analyzes the economics of the food industry at every stage between the farm gate and the kitchen counter. Central to the text are agricultural marketing problems such as the allocation of production between competing products (such as fresh and frozen markets), spatial competition, interregional trade, optimal storage, and price discrimination. Topics covered will be useful to students who expect to have careers such as food processing management, food sector buying or selling, restaurant management, supermarket management, marketing/advertising, risk management, and product development. The focus is on real world-relevant skills and examples and on intuition and economic understanding above mathematical sophistication, although the text does draw on the nuances of modern economic theory.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 23.01.2020
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