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  • Francisco Arcelus | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    benefits of a special order in terms of a lower purchase price with the additional holding cost if the offer is more The selection of a special order quantity in response to a temporary price reduction is usually derived by comparing the benefits of a special order in terms of a lower purchase price with the additional holding cost if the offer is rejected The analysis is usually carried out over a finite planning horizon under various cost allocation specifications thus neglecting the longer term effects of these offers In contrasting the different solutions this paper shows i that the basic differences among the various earlier formulations centres around the evaluation of the cost of a partial inventory cycle within the average cost AVC approach ii that the net present value NPV approach eliminates the partial order cycle problem by evaluating cash flows always at the time of occurrence thus obviating the need for considering partial order cycles and iii that the various AVC specifications presented in this paper yield excellent approximations to the theoretically correct but harder to use NPV formulation Numerical examples highlight the main features of the paper Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 1998 Publication Name International journal of production economics Upload File View on sciencedirect com Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Measuring sectoral productivity across time and across countries more by Francisco Arcelus Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 1999 Publication Name European Journal of Operational Research Upload File View on 95 129 137 164 Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Interrelationships among the elements of national innovation systems A statistical evaluation more by Francisco Arcelus An obstacle often faced by countries in attempting to improve the standard of living of their people and the productivity of their economic base is a low level of technological development At the national level such a problem may be more An obstacle often faced by countries in attempting to improve the standard of living of their people and the productivity of their economic base is a low level of technological development At the national level such a problem may be conceptualized in the form of a National Innovative System NIS which represents a country s involvement in innovative activity It is the purpose of this paper to develop a comprehensive NIS model through the identification of elements which characterize a country s NIS and of the interrelationships embedded in each individual system The point of departure is to treat the NIS as any other sector of the economy As a result its various elements are delineated according to their role within the NIS as inputs outputs moderators or as a measure of productivity The nature of the interrelationships is assessed through a structural equations model linking the various elements It is shown that substantial commonalities exist among the basic elements of the various NISs notwithstanding large differences in technology development strategies that exist across countries and the wide disparity between levels of development of each country in the sample Publication Date Jan 1 1999 Publication Name European Journal of Operational Research Upload File View on linkinghub elsevier com Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Convergence and productive efficiency in fourteen OECD countries a non parametric frontier approach more by Francisco Arcelus This paper explores the use of a non parametric frontier approach to analyse multi factor productivity across time and countries We argue that conventional measures of total factor productivity involve some restrictive assumptions that more This paper explores the use of a non parametric frontier approach to analyse multi factor productivity across time and countries We argue that conventional measures of total factor productivity involve some restrictive assumptions that might bias the results A non parametric approach avoids these assumptions The model uses linear programming techniques to examine the productivity catching up in 14 OECD countries over the 1970 1990 period under the assumption of variable returns to scale We find evidence of convergence even if at quite different speeds for total industry for manufacturing and for services Publisher Elsevier Publication Date Jan 1 2000 Publication Name International Journal of Production Economics Download pdf View on sciencedirect com Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Retailer s Response to Alternate Manufacturer s Incentives Under a Single Period Price Dependent Stochastic Demand Framework more by Francisco Arcelus This article considers the joint development of the optimal pricing and ordering policies of a profit maximizing retailer faced with i a manufacturer trade incentive in the form of a price discount for itself or a rebate directly to more This article considers the joint development of the optimal pricing and ordering policies of a profit maximizing retailer faced with i a manufacturer trade incentive in the form of a price discount for itself or a rebate directly to the end customer ii a stochastic consumer demand dependent upon the magnitude of the selling price and of the trade incentive that is contrasted with a riskless demand which is the expected value of the stochastic demand and iii a single period newsvendor type framework Additional analysis includes the development of equal profit policies in either form of trade incentive an assessment of the conditions under which a one dollar discount is more profitable than a one dollar rebate and an evaluation of the impact upon the retailer expected profits of changes in either incentive or in the degree of demand uncertainty A numerical example highlights the main features of the model The analytical and numerical results clearly show that as compared to the results for the riskless demand dealing with uncertainty through a stochastic demand leads to i lower higher retail prices if additive multiplicative error ii lower higher pass throughs if additive multiplicative error iii higher claw backs in both error structures wherever applicable and iv higher rebates to achieve equivalent profits in both error structures Publisher Wiley Online Library Publication Date Jan 1 2005 Publication Name Decision Sciences Upload File View on blackwell synergy com Bookmark Edit Delete Move section Retailer s response

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  • Wade Williams | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    Industry edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Wade and 36 757 446 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we

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  • Ryan Reid | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Ryan and 36 757 447 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Facultuy of Business Administration - Academia.edu
    Policy Policy Analysis and Management Labour Rights in Negara Brunei Darussalam Bookmark by Basu Sharma Economic growth and suicide and homicide rates revisited Bookmark by Basu Sharma 8 Psychology Cognitive Science Economics Homicide Industrial Relations Strategies in Times of Crisis and Recovery in ASEAN Bookmark by Basu Sharma On the incidence of wage stickiness in Malaysia and Singapore Bookmark by Basu Sharma Multidisciplinary Dispute Resolution Canada and Singapore Compared ABSTRACT Bookmark by Basu Sharma Trade implications of the Asian NIEs industrial relations strategies Bookmark by Basu Sharma Multinationals and the ASEAN Economies Bookmark Download by Basu Sharma Strategies for management of industrial relations in India and Indonesia Bookmark by Basu Sharma Multidisciplinary Industrialization and strategy shifts in industrial relations a comparative study of South Korea and Singapore ABSTRACT Bookmark by Basu Sharma Managing quality for organizational effectiveness empirical evidence from four sawmills in Atlantic Canada Bookmark Download by Basu Sharma 2 Business and Management Total Quality Management Compensation Strategies and Competitiveness Asia vs North America Bookmark by Basu Sharma Labour Market Flexibilities as HRM Strategies The Example of Singapore Bookmark by Basu Sharma Labour Management Cooperation for Sound Labour Relations Bookmark by Basu Sharma The employment regimes of industrial districts Promises myths and realities Bookmark by Basu Sharma A Cross National Study of Strikes and Economic Growth Bookmark Download by Basu Sharma Determinants of membership participation in union activity Swanson Charles R quot Participation in Unions An Analysis of the Literature and a Research Agenda quot Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector 10 1981 1 17 Tannenbaum AS and RL Kahn Participation in more Swanson Charles R quot Participation in Unions An Analysis of the Literature and a Research Agenda quot Journal of Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector 10 1981 1 17 Tannenbaum AS and RL Kahn

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Facultuy of Business Administration - Academia.edu
    method of content analysis to collect information on cultural values and HRM effectiveness using Kabanoff amp x27 s content analysis dictionary Culture profiles were then assigned to organizations in the sample following the results from Bookmark by Basu Sharma 2 Business and Management Manpower The effect of strikes on economic growth Bookmark Download by Basu Sharma Economics Changing Industrial Relations Patterns in ASEAN Bookmark by Basu Sharma Baldev R SHARMA Not by Bread Alone A Study of Organizational Climate and Employer Employee Relations in India New Delhi Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources 1987 191 pp Bookmark by Basu Sharma 3 Sociology Applied Economics Business and Management Robert Hutchens David Lipsky and Robert Stern Strikers and Subsidies The Influence of Government Transfer Programs on Strike Activity Bookmark by Basu Sharma 3 Sociology Applied Economics Business and Management Language and Cultural Barriers Bookmark by Basu Sharma Postpositivism Bookmark by Basu Sharma Age Education Experience and Negotiation Orientation This paper reports multinomial logit regression results obtained from analysis of a set of survey data collected in Trinidad as part of a cross cultural negotiation research project The findings of the study support the hypotheses that more This paper reports multinomial logit regression results obtained from analysis of a set of survey data collected in Trinidad as part of a cross cultural negotiation research project The findings of the study support the hypotheses that age education and experience among other variables are statistically significant variables for increasing the probability in respect to changing negotiation orientation from competitive to win win one Bookmark Download by Basu Sharma Retailer s Pricing Credit and Inventory Policies for Deteriorating Items In Response to Temporary Price Credit Incentives Bookmark by Nita Shah and 1 Francisco Arcelus Inventory Policies Under Various Optimizing Criteria and Variable Markup

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Facultuy of Business Administration - Academia.edu
    ANALYSIS Bookmark by Donglei Du Approximation of dense n 2 subgraph and table compression problems subgraph and table compression problems Bookmark by Donglei Du IMPROVED APPROXIMATION ALGORITHM FOR GRAPH PARTITION PROBLEM Bookmark by Donglei Du First Prev 1 5 6 7 8 Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed

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  • Daniel Doiron | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    Master of Business Administration and Management of Innovation edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Daniel and 36 757 459 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email

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  • Gregory Fleet | The University of New Brunswick - Academia.edu
    scale Enterprises E Business IT and Innovation Consumer Innovation EBusiness and Business edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing Papers Reorder Add Paper author rank by 30 day views total views followers Join Gregory and 36 757 461 other researchers on Academia edu Connect with Facebook not now Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset

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