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adoption of new technology

Taxation or subsidization policy for new technology adoption in oligopoly

Taxation or subsidization policy for new technology adoption in oligopoly

... common new production technology which is more efficient than the present ...the new technology is lower than that with the present technology, however each firm in the industry must ...

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Necessity for a new technology acceptance model to predict adoption of wireless technology in healthcare

Necessity for a new technology acceptance model to predict adoption of wireless technology in healthcare

... wireless technology I any given ...wireless technology is ...the technology is implemented, it is expected to be ...influence adoption of technology in healthcare ...a new ...

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Incentive for adoption of new technology in duopoly under absolute and relative profit maximization

Incentive for adoption of new technology in duopoly under absolute and relative profit maximization

... about adoption of new technology by firms in a duopoly with differentiated goods under absolute and relative profit ...maximization. Technology itself is free, but each firm must expend a ...

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Subsidy or tax policy for new technology adoption in duopoly with quadratic and linear cost functions

Subsidy or tax policy for new technology adoption in duopoly with quadratic and linear cost functions

... for adoption of new technology in a duopoly with a homogeneous ...good. Technology itself is ...for adoption of new technol- ogy, for example, education costs of their ...

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Competitiveness and subsidy or tax policy for new technology adoption in duopoly

Competitiveness and subsidy or tax policy for new technology adoption in duopoly

... about technology adoption behavior where new technology is exogenously given as this paper is discussed in Zhang ...between technology adoption and competitiveness using the ...

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Competition vs  collaboration in the generation and adoption of a sequence of new technology

Competition vs collaboration in the generation and adoption of a sequence of new technology

... and technology breakthroughs result in collaboration, which may allow the firm to better adapt in global ...and technology collaboration might be a wise ...in technology, but also includes product ...

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New Technology Adoption by Business Faculty in Teaching: Analyzing Faculty Technology Adoption Patterns

New Technology Adoption by Business Faculty in Teaching: Analyzing Faculty Technology Adoption Patterns

... on technology‟s instructional ...of technology in the ...and Technology Agency (BECTA, 2003, 1) states that teacher-level barriers consist of the following factors: lack of time, lack of necessary ...

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Technology, skills and the transformation of work: implications for the training provision for Brazilian office workers.

Technology, skills and the transformation of work: implications for the training provision for Brazilian office workers.

... The chapter describes the country's process of industrialisation, the current economic context and its implications for the adoption of new technology in the Brazilian office environm[r] ...

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Growth and Instability in Foodgrains Production in West Bengal

Growth and Instability in Foodgrains Production in West Bengal

... the adoption of new technology whereas Mellor (1966) and Mahendradev (1987) have concluded that the introduction of modern technology has resulted in impressive growth in food production and ...

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Technology Adoption with respect to various Brands of Smart Phones

Technology Adoption with respect to various Brands of Smart Phones

... 2. Early Adopters (13.5%) – Early Adopters are also known as the Visionaries. These individuals love new technology and they procure and the use the technology before it in the hands of many. They ...

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EXPLORING THE FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYEES’ ADOPTION AND USE OF INNOVATION

EXPLORING THE FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYEES’ ADOPTION AND USE OF INNOVATION

... the new technologies are accepted more easily in tertiary ...with new technologies in terms of learning how to use ...of new technology adds to the complexity surrounding uptake of an ...

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Adoption of an innovation to repair aortic aneurysms at a Canadian hospital: a qualitative case study and evaluation

Adoption of an innovation to repair aortic aneurysms at a Canadian hospital: a qualitative case study and evaluation

... the new technology focusing on a very narrow range of ...to adoption, however other departments that were affected should have been engaged in this process (such as the radiology ...

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Adoption of New Agricultural Technology: A Case Study
of Buksa Tribal Farmers in Bijnor District, Western Uttar Pradesh, India

Adoption of New Agricultural Technology: A Case Study of Buksa Tribal Farmers in Bijnor District, Western Uttar Pradesh, India

... regarding new farm ...successful technology strategy. The main reasons for non-adoption of technology are weak perceptions of technology and low education of farmers, low teaching ...

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Socioeconomic impacts of adopting new agricultural technology on  farmers, in southwest ethiopia

Socioeconomic impacts of adopting new agricultural technology on farmers, in southwest ethiopia

... defines adoption as the integration of a new technology into existing practice and is usually proceeded by a period of ‘trying’ and some degree of ...defines adoption as a mental process an ...

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Wireless Business And The Impact On Firm Performance:  The Strategic Move To Adopt A New Technology

Wireless Business And The Impact On Firm Performance: The Strategic Move To Adopt A New Technology

... A common theme of ICT research is the need to demonstrate returns on investments in underserved regions (Keniston, 2002). Other initiatives could include public/private partnerships, incentives for non-profit ...

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Renewable Energy Adoption For Energy Complementary : Application Of Offshore Wind Turbines In Malaysia

Renewable Energy Adoption For Energy Complementary : Application Of Offshore Wind Turbines In Malaysia

... The study shows that highest potential of wind energy is located in the East coast of Peninsular Malaysia with an annual vector resultant wind speed of 4.1m/s. The offshore characteristics were reportedly stronger than ...

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CAE Profile

CAE Profile

... using technology more. Technology is everywhere: it impacts virtually every area of our lives, from the appliances we use, to the infrastructure our cities are built on, to the ability of our companies to ...

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The Emergence of Efficient Institutions and Social Interactions

The Emergence of Efficient Institutions and Social Interactions

... self-deemed new institutionalists, argue that institutions, strictly are inanimate objects, can be designed artificially and therefore exogenously ...something new comes ...

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Factors Surrounding the Implementation of Food Safety Management Systems and Their Impact on Food Safety Culture.

Factors Surrounding the Implementation of Food Safety Management Systems and Their Impact on Food Safety Culture.

... vii Lastly, to Momma and Daddy – I can’t even express my gratitude to you both. Daddy, growing up, I can remember random scientific conversations at the dinner table where you’d talk about lyophilization and ...

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Informing additive manufacturing technology adoption: total cost and the impact of capacity utilisation

Informing additive manufacturing technology adoption: total cost and the impact of capacity utilisation

... In terms of broader implications, our results show that, at sub-maximal levels of capacity utilisation, unit costs are dependent on quantity as well as build composition, as expressed by Ruffo and Hague (2007). Yet, if ...

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