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Energy system impacts of desalination in Jordan

Poul Alberg Østergaard, Henrik Lund & Brian Vad Mathiesen
Climate change mitigation calls for energy systems minimising end-use demands, optimising the fuel efficiency of conversion systems, increasing the use of renewable energy sources and exploiting synergies wherever possible. In parallel, global fresh water resources are strained due to amongst others population and wealth increase and competitive water uses from agriculture and industry is causing many nations to turn to desalination technologies. This article investigates a Jordanian energy scenario with two different desalination technologies; reverse...

Forskning og formidling 2018

Poul Meier Melchiorsen, Louise Thomsen, Anne Marya Greve, Søren Vidmar, Maria Abildgaard Haladyn, Nils Thidemann, Anne Lyhne Høj, Anne Lykke & Karin Rosen Christensen

Network Dynamics in an Interorganizational Telemedicine Network

Jannie Kristine Bang Christensen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University

Humanistiske universitetsforskeres vidensformidling og videnssamarbejde

Lasse Gøhler, David Budtz Pedersen & Frederik Stjernfelt

Damage Localization for Structural Health Monitoring

Martin Dalgaard Ulriksen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Engineering and Science, Aalborg University

从公共外交的视角看中国国家形象宣传片效果/Assessing the Effect of China's National Publicity Films from the Perspective of Public Diplomacy

Cao Wei & Xia Yuchen
本文以2011年美国曼哈顿广场上的中国国家形象宣传片为对象,对其效果进行了实证性评估。为此,笔者给出了衡量国家形象宣传片效果的一般性标准和指标。其中,衡量标准是看其在投放后是否改善了美国民众对中国的形象认知;量化指标分别是:目标国媒体报道的数量与报道的倾向性、目标国民众的参与度与民众的态度倾向和目标国民众的行为。通过分析发现,2011年中国国家形象宣传片并没有达到预期的乐观效果。美国主流媒体报道偏少、报道颇为负面;美国民众参与度低,对国家形象宣传片和中国的好感度不高;宣传片的播放也未引发更高的来华旅游热。本文认为,今后国家形象宣传片的建设应关注两个方面:一是注重文化差异,增强话语的可读性;二是言行一致,增强话语的可信性。 This article empirically assessed the effect of China’s national publicity film launched in Times Square in Manhattan, New York. To this end, the author gave a set of general criteria and indicators to measure the effect of national publicity films. Whether the publicity film was effective depends on whether American people’s image perceptions of China were improved after it was launched. Quantitative indicators are: the number of reports in the target country and the...

Business Model in Accounting: An Overview

Costanza Di Fabio & Francesco Avallone
Despite the interest in business model (BM), the academic debate in the accounting field seems still in the early stage. We investigate the use of BM in accounting through a literature review and discuss the findings considering management and banking research. Specific streams and areas of improvement are identified.

Musikterapi i psykiatrien. Et hospitalsperspektiv.

Susanne Jensen
Tale ved Musikterapiklinikkens 20 års Jubilæum

Students’ attitudes towards group based project exams in two engineering programmes

Bettina Dahl & Anette Kolmos
At Aalborg University, engineering students work in groups on PBL projects. The assessment of these projects is through group exams except between 2007 and 2013 when the law forbade group exams. Prior to 2007, research showed that students preferred the group exams and a new study was made after the 2013 reintroduction of group exams. Again the result is that students prefer the group exam, but there are significant differences between students from various engineering...

Kvalitet i dagtilbud

Torben Næsby
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University

Editorial

Hugo Cancino
Sociedad y Discurso, No 10 (2006)

Nettekster fanger og fænger

Vibeke Christensen
The PhD Series of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg University

Enhancing IoT Systems by Exploiting Opportunistically Collected

Lars Møller Mikkelsen
PhD Series, Technical Faculty of IT and Design, Aalborg University

Editorial: Introduction to the Special Issue based on papers presented at the Business Model Conference 2018

Marco Montemari
Editorial introducing the short papers selected from the 2nd Business Model Conference, where more than 60 academics and practitioners attended and more than 40 papers were presented.

Business Model and Non-Financial Key Performance Indicator Disclosure

Laura Bini, Lorenzo Simoni, Francesco Dainelli & Francesco Giunta
Business model disclosure is proposed as a communication tool for companies to increase the effectiveness of non-financial key performance indicator (NFKPI) disclosure. First, business model enables the identification of indicators that are aligned with strategic objectives. Moreover, it acts as an integrated framework, showing how different capitals are combined to create value.

Business Model Creativity:

Kristian Brøndum, Christian Byrge & Søren Hansen
This paper presents a model for feasibility testing of novel ideas for business model innovators. It suggests a five-step systematic involvement of non-domain-related knowledge intended to deliver more unique ideas that are feasible in the decision-making phase of business model innovation.

Classifying the Business Model from a Strategic and Innovation Perspective

Julio E Cuc & Aleksandr Miina
This study explores the relationship between business model, innovation, and strategy. Through a systematic literature review and deductive analysis, it classifies business models according to the degree of innovation, and strategic focus, hence providing a framework to evaluate and improve business models. The research outline suggests a practical application.

Business Models of Internet Companies and Types of Goods Offered

Tymoteusz Doligalski
The article presents the relations between the business models of internet companies operating in the B2C market and the types of goods they offer (i.e. private, club, common, and public goods). The analysis shows that internet companies provide all four types of goods distinguished in the theory of economics.

A Qualitative Approach to Business Model Dynamics

Yvonne Haas
We provide a qualitative approach to assess interaction intensities of business model elements based on expert interviews in the retail industry. Focusing not on the direction but on the intensity of interactions, we identify robust elements as well as elements with an indictor effect, a leverage effect and both effects.

Applying a Sustainability Lens to the Business Model

Susan Lambert
This paper demonstrates how a business model framework based on object-oriented principles can be used to identify and articulate the social and environmental initiatives that are embedded in business models. A mini case study of a small landscaping firm is presented to validate the framework.

A Review of Sustainable Business Models and Strategic Sustainable Development

Kaie Small-Warner
This paper summarizes sustainable business models by addressing definitions, archetypes and assessments. It then summarizes the framework for strategic sustainable development to highlight its systematic, scientific and social strengths. The discussion combines both concepts to conclude with a research approach that may scientifically and socially enhance sustainable business models.

Re-Combining Value Chains: Cross-Industry Cooperation for Business Model Innovation

Jon Williamsson & Gabriela Schaad
The interplay between the value chain and business model innovation is a comparatively overlooked topic in business model literature. This paper explores how incumbents create a business model for biodiesel production through the re-combination of established value chains. The case study highlights the importance of ownership and cross-industry cooperation for business model innovation.

Business Model Innovation Processes: A Systematic Literature Review

Bernd Wirtz & Peter Daiser
Purpose: The starting point of this study is the heterogeneously dispersed knowledge on the business model innovation (BMI) process. To accelerate the development of this topic in research and practice, the study ex- plores insights concerning the BMI process to enhance our understanding about this phenomenon and to present a helpful guidance for researchers and practitioners. Design/Methodology/Approach: Given the study design (systematic review), we conducted a literature- based investigation to identify important insights on the...

We give you the Journal of Business Models (for free): The inaugural editorial

Christian Nielsen, Colin Haslam & Romeo V. Turcan
“Our business mission is to create an open source journal that is free of the ties that come along with a publisher. In turn we wish to develop a new type of profitable business model for an academic journal that sends more of the total value created back to the academic community and the strategic partners that enable its existence. This is a very clear value proposition.”

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