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Audi: The acquisition of international markets
Case study published at the Centrale de Cas et de Media Pédagogiques (CCMP). Despite the global context of the economic crisis, the German company Audi (Volkswagen Group) has been an unprecedented success, particularly in international markets. In 2008, it completed its thirteenth year of consecutiv...
Business models in the age of internet and digitalisation: six avenues of action to promote the performance of a company
Internet and digitalisation are changing ways of doing things in many industries, creating both crises and new opportunities. In the cultural and information industries, although it has never listened to, read, seen and used as many music, books, films, software and other cultural and informational...
Knowledge transfer litigation and arbitration in European Union – China relationships
Facing the evolution of international trade and the development of intellectual proper ty trade between companies from different backgrounds, contractual model readjustments and a reordering of dispute resolution systems seems unavoidable. The unsettled legal status of secret knowledge in China and...
On business culture stereotype elimination in the context of cross-cultural communication
Research in the wide range of issues connected with formation, affect and attempts to eliminate stereotypes has cross-disciplinary character, while its increasing importance is obvious, being largely determined by the globalization processes. These ambiguous and manifold processes deal with such cat...
New management accounting for ecosystems. An action research with an environmental sector company.
Current efforts to halt the destruction of the planet’s ecosystems and to reinforce and renew their collective management reside on three distinct innovation fronts: (1) the design and use of new ecosystem assessment tools by conservation scientists and practitioners; (2) the development of new soci...
The creation of Gothia Science Park : an example of the application of the triple helix model in a Swedish context
Le point de départ de cet article est d’étudier le processus de la création du parc scientifique de Gothia. Le but est d’analyser les circonstances qui peuvent expliquer l'établissement de ce type de parc scientifique qui s'est déployé sur une échelle somme toute modeste. Quels sont les facteurs spé...
Designing relational patterns in criminal analysis: in addition to being familiar with the tools
visualisation techniques are used in judicial investigations to facilitate the handling of large-scale cases. The relevant elements of the survey are represented by diagrams describing the relationships between the events and the entities of interest. Traditional operations of these techniques, whic...
Рецензія на навчальний посібник ТЄЛЄЖКІНА О.О., БЕРЕСТОВА А.А., ТИМЧЕНКО А.О. ФАХОВА МОВА ЛІКАРЯ-ЛАБОРАНТА. – ХАРКІВ : ВИДАВНИЦТВО НФАУ, 2014. – 320 С. / Review on the Tutorial Manual by Tyelyezhkina O.O., Berestova A.A., Timchenko A.A. Professional language laboratory doctors. – Kharkov : Publishing NFaU, 2014. - 320 p.
Shutak Larysa. Review on the Tutorial Manual by Tyelyezhkina O.O., Berestova A.A., Timchenko A.A. Professional language laboratory doctors. – Kharkov: Publishing NFaU, 2014. - 320 p. Study of professional speech in medical schools is an urgent task of modern linguistic science, one of the facto...
Las elites financieras de la monarquía Aragonesa between Juan I y Alfonso V (1387-1458)
In addition to the data provided by the treasury books, we publish here the information provided by the acts of the Aragonese Cortes and the various sections of the Archives of the Crown of Aragon, which make it possible to analyse the numerous cases between treasurers, bankers and donors with the R...
The Siennois and the Brown of Tuscany (19th century): the example of Monterotondo Marittimo
The exploitation of natural resources was one of the factors in the economic development of Western societies from the end of the Middle Ages. Throughout Europe and beyond, mineral and wider rural wealth has been increasingly used and serves the nascent industrial development. Businessmen and Sienno...
Internet and e-commerce
Electronic commerce poses economic and management problems that are well known in some aspects (integration dynamics, branding) and new aspects by others (dynamics of building business models in a context of strong growth, links between production and knowledge economy, hybridisation of distribution...
Algorithms for a better definition of digital business models in complex business ecosystems
The digital transformation increasingly refers to the increasing use of algorithms at the centre of the strategy of Internet giants (Google Amazon) and of all players who have managed to ‘disrupt’ markets, be it Uber or Netflix. The aim of this Communication is to analyse the results of a large comp...
“Free” online service against targeted advertising: the clay business model
France is currently on the path of personalised television advertising. The aim is to give access to traditional media to a very common online funding model, which is considered to be much more lucrative than traditional ‘contextual’ advertising. It requires precise knowledge of the recipients’ inte...
Tourist, inhabitant and tourism management in São Paulo: characteristics, consultation and challenges
Communication from the conference “The tourist and the inhabitant” in Béziers on 30 March 2013. The beautiful landscapes in Brazil are part of the imagination of a large number of tourists dreaming the Amazon and Copacabana (Rio de Janeiro). However, the largest city in the country uses a different...
Economy of the “information society” What of nine?
The ideology of the “information society” is based in particular on an economic narrative. This narrative focuses on a “new economy”, characterised by “dematerialisation”, with two consequences of “piracy” of works and the development of “Web 2.0 media” based on direct management of information by t...
Internet: a shoehorn for Kantor. Scientific reading bibliometrics techniques
The literature on internet published by the monthly magazine, "Le Monde Diplomatique", during 1994 and 1995, is intended to serve the international organizations, and can be read as a scientific narrative. The exploration of the scientific concepts which are trafficked, caters to the temporal dimens...
Security and Performance for Next Generation Networks
The IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) architecture is the key control for next generation networks (NGN). IMS gives network operators the opportunity to extend their services, including voice and multimedia communications and deliver them in new environments with new goals. Its security is paramount, es...
Football invested by capital: new rules of the game?
national audience L’ÉTÉ 1998 has been very sporting, one of these times when sport escapes its usual specialists to become a societal phenomenon or a societal problem calling for mobilisation. The events of the World Cup, from hooliganism to celebrations on 12 July, followed by the revelation of dop...
Of the interest of networking standardized logistics data : from supporting technologies towards business models
New logistics model, such as the Physical Internet, offer a breakthrough in the way goods are routed inside networks that are more and more inter-connected. This inter-connection requires innovative, Internet-of-Things-like, information systems for tracking and routing those goods within open loops....
The Chambers of Commerce
The following study results from a research undertaken in 1965 on chambers of commerce. It follows on from the author’s interest in Jean-Charles Falardeau’s communication on the origin and rise of businessmen in Canadian/French society at the VC of the International Association of French-speaking So...
Economic Development and the Church in French Canada
The author has chosen to dwell at some length of the methodology, limitations and general conclusions of his research project — his doctoral thesis presented at Harvard University. Among the more interesting findings of this research is the following : there appears to be little hard evidence that t...
Mechanical lifts: a fragile health
National audience. This survey was carried out among 95 ski lift companies and points to an erosion of traffic despite a timid increase in turnover. It also shows the strengths and weaknesses of the sector depending on the geographical location, legal status and size of companies.
The role of regions in the development of local cross-sectoral innovation systems: the case of smart cities
National audience; This article focuses on the emergence of smart cities and problems in coordinating the activities of innovation in services in this area. In support of a major review of research on smart cities, the article compares the different visions of the smart cities concept promoted by li...
Innovation and “cooperation”: towards co-innovative and ago-antagonistic business ecosystems
The evolution of innovation processes makes inter-company alliances dependent on the competitive constraint of business sectors. Our Communication deals with co-innovation involving strategic players whose potentially competing relationships lead to so-called “ago-antagonistic” situations. All innov...
Socio-spatial analysis of business networks of manufacturing SMEs: the case of the Drummondville CRM
In the current context of globalisation, manufacturing SMEs need to achieve and maintain a high level of competitiveness in order to perform and grow. A wealth of literature shows that the key to success is the ability of companies to innovate. However, innovation requires resources such as financin...