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    • Balancing learning and knowledge protection in university-industry collaborations 

      Kunttu, Leena; Neuvo, Yrjö (Emerald, 04.02.2019)
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      Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine the tension between learning and protection in university-industry relationships (UIRs) and, in particular, to identify practices that facilitate ways of coping with this ...
    • Bank liquidity creation and systemic risk 

      Davydov, Denis; Vähämaa, Sami; Yasar, Sara (Elsevier, 01.02.2021)
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      This paper examines the linkage between bank liquidity creation and systemic risk. Using quarterly data on U.S. bank holding companies from 2003 to 2016, we document that liquidity creation decreases systemic risk at the ...
    • Bank ownership type and temporal evolution of long‐term bank funding in the period 2005-2017 

      Meriläinen, Jari‐Mikko (Wiley, 01.06.2020)
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      This study uses a large panel dataset of Western European banks to examine the determinants of bank funding stability. Banks are divided into three categories by bank ownership type; the ownership types in this study are ...
    • Barriers, drivers, and public support instruments on international business development among manufacturing SMEs in Finland 

      Yli-Viitala, Pirjo; Arrasvuori, Juha; Wathen, Pertti (University of Vaasa, 2019)
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      International business development is critical to manufacturing SMEs since these businesses need to extend their markets internationally in order to stay in the competition. Many barriers, drivers, and regional public ...
    • Behavior of B20 fuels in arctic conditions 

      Sirviö, Katriina; Niemi, Seppo; Help, Riikka; Heikkilä, Sonja; Hiltunen, Erkki (Estonian Agricultural University, Faculty of Agronomy, 2019)
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      Several renewable and sustainable liquid fuel alternatives are needed for different compression-ignition (CI) engine applications to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and to ensure proper primary energy sources for the ...
    • Benchmarking Q-learning methods for intelligent network orchestration in the edge 

      Reijonen, Joel; Opsenica, Miljenko; Kauppinen, Tero; Komu, Miika; Kjällman, Jimmy; Mecklin, Tomas; Hiltunen, Eero; Arkko, Jari; Simanainen, Timo; Elmusrati, Mohammed (IEEE, 13.05.2020)
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      We benchmark Q-learning methods, with various action selection strategies, in intelligent orchestration of the network edge. Q-learning is a reinforcement learning technique that aims to find optimal action policies by ...
    • Benchmarking supplier development : an empirical case study of validating a framework to improve buyer-supplier relationship 

      Shahzad, Khuram; Sillanpää, Ilkka; Sillanpää, Elina; Imeri, Shpend (De Gruyter Open, 17.02.2016)
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      In today’s dynamic business environment, firms are required to utilize efficiently and effectively all the useful resources to gain competitive advantage. Supplier development has evolved as an important strategic instrument ...
    • Beyond the ‘e-’ in e-HRM : integrating a sociomaterial perspective 

      Myllymäki, Dina (Routledge, 09.05.2021)
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      This review paper argues that e-HRM literature has not realised the full potential of different theoretical perspectives on information technology. This paper proposes one of them, a sociomaterial perspective, which ...
    • Bi-level model for operational scheduling of a distribution company that supplies electric vehicle parking lots 

      Sadati, S. Muhammad Bagher; Moshtagh, Jamal; Shafie-khah, Miadreza; Rastgou, Abdollah; Catalão, João P.S. (Elsevier, 01.09.2019)
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      Nowadays, the presence of renewable energy resources (RERs), electric vehicle (EV) penetration, and the implementation of demand response (DR) programs are the main affecting factors in the operational scheduling of a ...
    • Big data analytics capability and decision-making : The role of data-driven insight on circular economy performance 

      Awan, Usama; Shamim, Saqib; Khan, Zaheer; Zia, Najam Ul; Shariq, Syed Muhammad; Khan, Muhammad Naveed (Elsevier, 01.07.2021)
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      Big data analytics (BDA) is a revolutionary approach for sound decision-making in organizations that can lead to remarkable changes in transforming and supporting the circular economy (CE). However, extant literature on ...
    • Bilingual formal meeting as a context of translatoriality 

      Koskela, Merja; Koskinen, Kaisa; Pilke, Nina (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 20.09.2017)
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      Drawing on the concept of translatorial action by Justa Holz-Mänttäri, this article sets out to analyse the role of translation in a bilingual formal meeting without any professional translation or interpreting. The analysis ...
    • Biomass Accumulation of Chlorella Zofingiensis G1 Cultures Grown Outdoors in Photobioreactors 

      Huo, Shuhao; Wang, Zhongming; Zhu, Shunni; Shu, Qing; Zhu, Liandong; Qin, Lei; Zhou, Weizheng; Feng, Pingzhong; Zhu, Feifei; Yuan, Zhenhong; Dong, Renjie (Frontiers Media, 14.06.2018)
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      The complicated and changeable weather conditions and pest invasion increase difficulties in outdoor microalgae cultivation. In this paper, outdoor microalgae cultivation experiments were investigated in Foshan city, South ...
    • Blockchain and Organizational Characteristics : Towards Business Model Innovation 

      Shahzad, Khuram (Springer, 04.07.2020)
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      Blockchain seems to challenge the current business models by providing opportunities for new value creation. However, several research gaps remain in literature in evaluating how firms can leverage new approaches to ...
    • Blockchains for accelerating open innovation systems for sustainability transitions 

      Narayan, Rumy; Tidström, Annika; Swan, Melanie; Potts, Jason; Takagi, Soichiro; Witte, Frank; Tasca, Paolo (World Scientific Publishing Company, 01.02.2019)
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      Challenges related to climate change, inequality, environmental degradation, and resource scarcity threaten our ability to sustain ourselves while ensuring an equal and prosperous future. The inherent complexity and ...
    • Blockchains in operations and supply chains : a model and reference implementation 

      Helo, Petri; Hao, Yuqiuge (Elsevier, 31.10.2019)
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      Blockchain is a promising information technology which can provide several potential applications related to operations and supply chains. By using distributed software architecture and advanced computing, blockchain can ...
    • Bond-equity yield ratio investing in Emerging markets 

      Dimic, Nebojsa; Orlov, Vitaly; Äijö, Janne (SAGE Publications, 28.03.2019)
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      his article investigates the market timing ability of the bond–equity yield ratio (BEYR) from an international investor perspective. Consolidating data on emerging markets, we document no major international evidence that ...
    • Boosting Smart Building Energy Saving Capacity using Phase Change Materials 

      Kheradmand, Mohammad; Javadi, Sara; Lü, Xiaoshu (IEEE, 22.09.2020)
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      Energy consumption in buildings accounts for over 30% of the total energy use in the world, so it is a priority in the EU. Phase change materials (PCMs) can assist for thermal regulation, because they can save and release ...
    • Boundary Negotiations in a Self-Organized Grassroots-Led Food Network : The Case of REKO in Finland 

      Ehrnström-Fuentes, Maria; Leipämaa-Leskinen, Hanna (MDPI, 31.07.2019)
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      Self-organization is a term that is increasingly used to describe how engaged citizens come together to create sustainable food systems at the local community level. Yet, there is a lack of understanding of what this ...
    • Brain Drain in Finland; A Real Threat or a Myth and its Impact on Finland's R&D Capabilities 

      Zaraf, Afnan; Kantola, Jussi (Politechnika Śląska, 11.09.2019)
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      The phenomenon of ‘Brain Drain’ or ‘Human Capital Flight’ is actively discussed in Finland recently. It is the phenomenon in which highly educated and skilled people leave the country where they attained their education ...
    • Brexit uncertainty and volatility persistence in tourism demand 

      Dutta, Anupam; Mishra, Tapas; Uddin, Gazi Salah; Yang, Yang (RoutledgeTaylor & Francis, 24.09.2020)
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      Tourism has emerged as one of the leading components of aggregate economic growth in most developed economies, especially in the UK, where it is predicted to grow at an annual rate of 3.8% through 2025. Because tourism ...