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2004 in Management Science [IF: 2.82]
James E. Smith22
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Detlof von Winterfeldt32
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A part of the 50th anniversary of Management Science, the journal is publishing articles that reflect on the past, present, and future of the various subfields the journal represents. In this article, we consider decision analysis research as it has appeared in Management Science. After reviewing the foundations of decision analysis and the history of the journal’s decision analysis department, we review a number of key developments in decision an...
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In the paper was described advanced techniques for knowledge management.These techniques are designed to analyse strategic data in knowledge management.Strategic management based on cryptographic algorithms.An idea of management secret data was presented. This publication discusses advanced knowledge management techniques based on information splitting and sharing algorithms for secret, strategic information. Information splitting techniques will ...
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Shang Zhang2
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Albert P.C. Chan36
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Yingbin Feng8
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Abstract A significant number of literatures have concentrated on diverse issues related to Public–Private Partnership (PPP) both in China and abroad. However, there is no systematic analysis on the PPP research progress and status in Chinese journals, which is worth investigating because China is one of the largest PPP markets globally. In addition, there are many PPP publications in international journals based on the context of China. A comparative study is still missing ...
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The long‐running debate about the desirability of separate courses in biology, chemistry and physics versus the merits of integrated science, co‐ordinated science or combined science, the case for ‘balanced’ science within a Science for All programme, and the unresolved question of ‘process’ versus ‘product’ orientation in science curriculum design each relates to fundamental philosophical problems concerning the nature of science and scientific p...
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Thomas W. LeBlanc18
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Ryan David Nipp10
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Christel Rushing10
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Abstract Context The cancer anorexia-cachexia syndrome (CACS) is common in patients with advanced solid tumors and is associated with adverse outcomes including poor quality of life (QOL), impaired functioning, and shortened survival. Objectives To apply the recently posed weight-based international consensus CACS definition to a population of patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and explore its impact on patient-reported outcomes. Methods Ninety-nine pa...
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Joyce Tang4
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Abstract This article examines the effects of race and gender on occupational status and promotions in American science and engineering using the 1989 Survey of Natural and Social Scientists and Engineers . Results indicate that, compared to whites, blacks and Asians were equally less likely to be a manager in 1982. However, the analysis shows that, during the period of 1982 and 1989, only Asians (especially females) had a relatively low tendency to be promoted to management...
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An ambitious task is to conduct a project related to enterprise resource planning (ERP). In any of the ERP business enterprises, the technological, psychosomatic and sociological characteristics are included. Managing such characteristics in any enterprises is high complex. The ERP as such categorised on the basis of implementation, software, supply chain management, resources, management and optimisation. These characteristics are high risk to handle. The system still seems to be ...
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Jose M. Aguirre3
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Sharon M. Haggerty4
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Cedric Linder12
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The conceptions of the nature of science, teaching and learning were identified through a questionnaire at the beginning of the training programme for secondary school level student‐teachers. Responses were further analysed and categorized. Five distinct conceptions were identified for the nature of science, two for teaching, and three conceptions for learning. It was surprising to find such a large variation of views about science at this stage of their careers, since all s...
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Lisa J. Servon7
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M. Anne Visser1
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Over the last two decades rates of women's participation in science, engineering, and technology careers has greatly increased. However, to date little research exists on how women, especially those in management positions, are performing within these fields. Using data obtained from over 2,493 survey respondents and 28 focus groups, we seek to understand the barriers that hinder the retention and advancement of women in managerial positions in these career fields. Paying pa...
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Michael Pfeffer1
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Since the dawn of modern science, there have been few scientifi c domains that have pushed both technological and social progress as much as optics. The magic formula behind this is a successful symbiosis of fundamental science, application and rapid evolution. Owing to the nanometric nature of light, the constant need to evolve new technologies, materials, measuring methods and manufacturing processes is indispensable to the fi eld of optics. To build an editorial home for this sy...
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