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End-user support in information centers: A contingency perspective
(University of Pittsburgh, 1992)
End-user support is one of the most important determinants of end-user computing (EUC) effectiveness. Information centers (ICs) are widely recognized as being the primary source of EUC support. Few EUC research studies ...
Compound Lotteries; Call Option Spreads in Black-Scholes Markets
From the earliest days of risky utility theory decision, theorists have elicited information from decision makers by analyzing their reaction to elementary lotteries, or gambles. The Purpose of the process was to define a ...
Banking in a Volatile World: Setting Country Lending Limits
Banks often make decisions in an organizational framework that attempts to control repayment problems by setting loan limits for each country. A formal mechanism for setting those limits will be proposed. Our motivation ...
Firms' Inventory Choices During the Great Recession
We study how the interplay between firms’ fixed cost structure and their initial inventory levels influences these firms’ inventory production decisions. We also examine the consequences of those decisions for the firms’ ...
Mobilizing the will to intervene: Leadership to prevent mass atrocities
(McGill-Queen's University Press, 2010)
Despite the handwringing and promises of "never again," the grim recurrences of genocide and crimes against humanity around the world have made it emphatically clear that the international community has been largely ...
Ownership And Control Over Data Resources In A Virtual Scientific Collaboratory
(IADIS e-Society 2011, 2011)
Inside Outsider: The Role of Researcher Gender at the Intersection of Video Game and Culture Studies
(11th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers (AoIR), 2010)
The hysterical facade
(ProQuest LLC, 1979)
Outpatient Requests, Initial Sessions and Attrition
Treatment attrition in a psychiatric outpatient department was evaluated. Of eighty-two consecutive new patients, fifty-three (65%) showed up for a second appointment while twenty-nine (35%) failed to return. None of the ...
SCOTUS Delivers Color Blind Ruling: The Dismantling of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
(American Society for Public Administration, 2013)