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Judgements of SMEs’ Legitimacy and Its Sources
International audience Organizational legitimacy is an important resource, which provides access to other resources. As such, it impacts the survival chances of organizations. In this study, we examine the individual judgments of the owner-managers of small-and-medium size enterprises (SMEs) of the...
Localizing the Water-Energy Nexus: The Relationship between Solar Thermal Power Plants and Future Developments in Local Water Demand
Water availability plays an important role in the expansion planning of utility-scale solar power plants, especially in the arid regions of the Middle East and North Africa. Although these power plants usually account for only a small fraction of local water demand, competition for water resources b...
Assessing Social Sustainability for Achieving Sustainable Architecture
Sustainability is an inherent urban and architectural problem. It is simultaneously characterized by many different dimensions, pursuing heterogeneous and often conflicting objectives. To help address these complexities in a structured way, this paper illustrates an integrated assessment framework t...
Factors contributing to successful self-assessment processes for accreditation. Experience of the Costa Rica Technological Institute
Desde los años noventa la calidad en la educación superior y la necesidad de evaluarla se ha convertido en uno de los temas prioritarios de las diferentes agendas políticas y académicas de los países y universidades. En el Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica, una de las cuatro universidades estatale...
Roadmap for Innovators in the Process of Innovation for Development
This study aims to provide valuable insights into the process of innovation for development. We selected the “Reinvent the Toilet Challenge”, an initiative of the Gates Foundation, with the objective of creating sustainable sanitation solutions for the 2.5 billion people across the globe who lack ac...
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Social Sustainability Assessment of Canadian Egg Production Facilities: Methods, Analysis, and Recommendations
A detailed assessment of the “gate-to-gate” social risks and benefits of Canadian egg production facilities was undertaken based on the United Nations Environment Programme/Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (UNEP/SETAC) Guidelines for Social Life Cycle Assessment. Data were collected...
The Police Perception of the Role of Media in Preventing Radicalisation: The Case of Croatia
This paper aimed to explore whether and how media can be involved in the process of the prevention of extremism and radicalisation from the police point of view. This survey was conducted on a sample of 108 students from the Croatian Police Academy of the Ministry of the Interior by a questionnaire...
Oil Spill Governance: Evidence from Bintan Island, Indonesia
Issues of oil spills in various locations worldwide have been widely published in several studies. However, studies on policy management and strategies for handling cases related to oil spills are still limited. As one of the largest oil-producing countries with international shipping traffic, Indon...
An approach to integrate population mobility patterns and sociocultural factors in communicable disease preparedness and response
Abstract Complex human movement patterns driven by a range of economic, health, social, and environmental factors influence communicable disease spread. Further, cross-border movement impacts disparate public health systems of neighboring countries, making an effective response to disease importatio...
Does human perception of wetland aesthetics and healthiness relate to ecological functioning ?
International audience Wetland management usually aims at preserving or restoring desirable ecological characteristics or functions. It is now well-recognized that some social criteria should also be included. Involving lay-people in wetland preservation or restoration projects may mean broadening p...
A Digital Tale of Two Cities—Observing the Dynamics of the Artificial Intelligence Ecosystems in Berlin and Sydney
In entrepreneurial ecosystems (EEs), geographical and contextual factors play a big role in shaping the knowledge bases for digital innovation. While cities around the world compete to be perceived as successful “tech startup hubs”, proactive urban strategies are needed to create knowledge spillover...
Co-Operation among Irish Beef Farmers: Current Perspectives and Future Prospects in the Context of New Producer Organisation (PO) Legislation
Irish beef farms have experienced poor viability longitudinally, with industry and policy actors citing ‘crisis’ levels in 2013. A crucial differentiator between the beef sector and the dairy sector, which has higher farm incomes, is well-developed infrastructure of farmer-owned dairy processing and...
The territorial decision in conflict: city of Quebec, 1989-2000
Spatial analysis of the phenomenon of conflictual activities can enrich our understanding of urban conflicts and, ultimately, provide the stakeholders with a tool to come to terms with them. However, to do so, it must rest on a conceptual, as well as spatial, modeling of the phenomenon. In this rese...
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Landscapes of the Great War remembrance (1914-1918) A paradigm shift in tourism research on war heritage
La ricerca sui processi di turisticizzazione dei luoghi di guerra è per definizione interdisciplinare. La sfida è quella di introdurre nuovi concetti per collegare il passato e il presente, i luoghi del patrimonio culturale e gli eventi della memoria nello spazio e nel tempo, e per riflettere critic...
Globalisation financière et gouvernance d'entreprise : des contre-exemples de la bonne gouvernance en Algérie
`titreb Financial globalization and corporate governance – against example of governance in Algeria `/titreb This article concerns the question of the corporate government banking of Algeria through a contrast situation ; two models of corporate government are mentioned, the shareholder and stakehol...
Organisational communication logics: stakeholder games, power relations and identity processes: contribution to the understanding of young priests of the Kikwit diocese, R.D. Congo
La réalité africaine a souvent été perçue et interprétée de façon touristico-culturaliste. Tout se passe comme si l'observation scientifique résistait à la regarder telle qu'elle se vit, se fabrique et se produit au quotidien dan la concrétude des diverses interactions. En privilégiant les circonsta...
Influences of Economic Theories on Accounting Theory: the case of the Objective Function of the Firm
This essay aims to establish the relationship between the theoretical precepts that guide the accounting disclosure procedures for its stakeholders, both internal and external, and the two main theoretical trends that address the firm’s objective function: the Shareholder theory and the Stakeholder...
Innovative Geo-Information Tools for Governance
In current times, highly complex and urgent policy problems—e.g., climate change, rapid urbanization, equitable access to key services, land rights, and massive human resettlement—challenge citizens, NGOs, private corporations, and governments at all levels. These policy problems, often called ‘wick...
The appropriation of control arrangements : the case of research in universities
Often designed outside organizations, questions on the appropriation of management tools within organizations emerge. Understanding the appropriation of a management tool goes beyond observing its use. The stages prior to its use – which have led to the adoption of a tool – must be addressed. To avo...
Solid waste management in small island destinations: case study on Gili Trawangan, Indonesia
La gestion des déchets solides représente un défi crucial, complexe, multidimensionnel pour les sociétés. La nature des déchets solides dans chaque collectivité peut différer selon un certain nombre de facteurs, dont les activités économiques et la géographie. Dans les collectivités vivant sur de pe...
Intranet as an indicator of freedoms: games, powers and strategies of actors in organisations
Les intranets sont d'importants révélateurs des conflits internes dans les organisations, des jeux de pouvoir entre les acteurs et de la volonté managériale. Cet article met en parallèle deux cas, l'un dans une entreprise de grande distribution, l'autre dans une communauté de chercheurs. L'étude men...
Overcoming the tensions linked to the multi-company profession: commonalist institutionalist exploratory analysis of the case of a Scic of the food chain
The objective of this article is to shed light on sociétés coopératives d’intérêt collectif (SCIC) (cooperative companies of collective interest), which have been little studied to date. Because they are characterized by multi-stakeholder membership, SCICs can be a source of tension between differen...
Muslim reformists in French-speaking
Colloque international Les réformistes musulmans et leur rayonnement dans l’espace francophone : débats acteurs / observateurs, EHESS (Paris), 29-30/09/2017
Decide with stakeholders, Approaches to a new civil society theory, Mr Bonnafous-Boucher and Y. Pesqueux (Eds.)
Issu d’un jeu de mots autour de la notion de stockholder (actionnaire), le concept de stakeholder (fréquemment traduit par « partie prenante » en français) a, en quelques décennies, trouvé un écho particulièrement vif dans les milieux pratiques et académiques. Au sein des milieux d’affaire, le conce...