Abstract in a pay what you want (pwyw) setting companies empower their customers to fix the prices buyers voluntarily pay for a delivered product or service the seller agrees to any price (including zero) customers are paying for about ten years researchers empirically investigate customer reactions. Impact of microfinance on female empowerment: a review of the empirical literature awaworyi churchill, s 2015, 'impact of microfinance on female empowerment: a review of the empirical literature' in susanne moore (ed) contemporary global perspectives on gender economics, information science. The popularity of video games, especially violent video games, has reached phenomenal proportions the theoretical line of reasoning that hypothesizes a causal relationship between violent video-game play and aggression draws on the very large literature on media violence effects additionally, there are theoretical. This paper surveys the recent burgeoning literature that empirically examines the foreign direct investment (fdi) decisions of multinational enterprises (mnes) and the resulting aggregate location of. Abstract: two main goals are achieved in this review of the empirical literature on factors affecting conflict resolution in watershed partnerships the first is an assessment of two public policy theories relevant to part- nership structure and function the second is a set of practical suggestions for designing successful. The paper provides a review of the empirical literature in economics that has attempted to test the relative income hypothesis as put forward by duesemberry ( 1949) and the relative deprivation hypothesis as formalized by runciman (1966) it is argued that these two hypotheses and the empirical models used to test them.
This article reviews and discusses the empirical literature on interorganizational networks at the network level of analysis, or what is sometimes referred to as “ whole” networks an overview of the distinction between egocentric and network- level research is first introduced then, a review of the modest literature on whole. This paper attempts to consolidate the existing empirical eviden ce on the land use impacts of rail rapid transit a framework for organizing the literature is developed based on the objects of study, analytical techniques and methodological approaches used thirty-seven studies are reviewed co vering transit's impacts on. This article presents a critical synthesis of the empirical literature on the girl child the often-cited issues faced by this population include the lack of access to education and health care, commercial sexual exploitation, and harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and forced marriage despite frequent.
The sustainability of new programs and innovations: a review of the empirical literature and recommendations for future research shannon wiltsey stirman email author, john kimberly, natasha cook, amber calloway, frank castro and martin charns implementation science20127:17. A review of the empirical literature kanter jw(1), manos rc, bowe wm, baruch de, busch am, rusch lc author information: (1)department of psychology, university of wisconsin-milwaukee, po box 413, milwaukee, wi 53201, usa [email protected] behavioral activation (ba) for depression is an empirically supported. Citeseerx - document details (isaac councill, lee giles, pradeep teregowda): abstract: this paper reviews 55 published articles on crime prevention measures in which researchers specifically looked for evidence of displacement these articles are classified by the type of crime prevented and the nature of the preventive.
By justin van der sluis, mirjam praag and wim vijverberg abstract: this paper provides a review of empirical studies into the impact of formal schooling on entrepreneurship selection. Religious commitment and mental health: a review of the empirical literature based on our review of more than 200 studies, we have discovered four additional trends: (a) most studies linking religious commitment to psychopathology have employed mental health measures that we have called € œsoft variables,€ that. A review of the empirical literature on fdi determinants bruce a blonigen abstract this paper surveys the recent burgeoning literature that empirically examines the foreign direct investment (fdi) decisions of multinational enterprises (mnes) and the resulting aggregate location of fdi across the world. This paper provides a survey of the empirical literature on this topic a major theme that emerges from this survey is that in the more recent empirical literature, which uses new and richer sources of data, the estimated magnitude of beps is typically much smaller a review of the empirical literature (september 3, 2014.
A review of the empirical literature robert c ford woodrow d richardson abstract the authors review the empirical literature in order to assess which variables are postulated as influencing ethical beliefs and decision making the variables are divided into those unique to the individual decision maker and those. Clin psychol rev 2005 sep25(6):761-89 smoking and panic attacks, panic disorder, and agoraphobia: a review of the empirical literature zvolensky mj(1), feldner mt, leen-feldner ew, mcleish ac author information: (1)department of psychology, the university of vermont, 2 colchester avenue, john dewey hall,. This paper reviews empirical research on the use of evaluation from 1986 to 2005 using cousins and leithwood's 1986 framework for categorizing empirical studies of evaluation use conducted since that time the literature review located 41 empirical studies of evaluation use conducted between 1986. A review of the empirical literature on fdi determinants bruce a blonigen nber working paper no 11299 issued in may 2005 nber program(s): international trade and investment this paper surveys the recent burgeoning literature that empirically examines the foreign direct investment (fdi) decisions of.
José felipe jiménez-guerrero, juan carlos gázquez-abad,juan antonio mondéjar-jiménez2 and rubén huertas-garcía (february 1st 2012) consumer preferences for olive-oil attributes: a review of the empirical literature using a conjoint approach, olive oil dimitrios boskou, intechopen, doi: 105772/30390.
This paper attempts to ascertain what light the empirical literature sheds on the efficacy of performance budgeting performance budgeting refers to procedures or mechanisms intended to strengthen links between the funds provided to public sector entities and their outcomes and/or outputs through the use. We survey the burgeoning literature on the determinants and consequences of firm‐specific future stock price crash risk we synthesise a vast body of literature on the determinants of crash risk, identify weaknesses, and offer future research opportunities we categorise the determinants into: (i) financial. For approximately 30 years, conceptual and empirical research has been undertaken to identify the critical success factors of new products this paper reviews the findings of empirical work into the success factors of new product development (npd) it is the prime objective of this work to summarize the.