NWO Conference: Shift in governance and the emergence of a Chinese business system

submitted by: ERIM
Leading sinologists, economists, and management researchers from Western and Chinese universities came together to discuss the rise of China's economy and the features of its business environment at a conference in Hangzhou, China, in 2006. In this video, they present the most important outcomes of this conference. Speakers include among others Gordon Redding, John Child, and Max Boisot. For more information, visit: www.erim.nl/chinabusiness .

Open Access and Europe: Why is it important and how can it be done?

submitted by: elbaek

Presentation by Sjibolt Noorda at the Executive OA Seminar at the Danish OA day 2009

Anthropology and Parallelism : The Individual as a Universal

submitted by: hsrikm
It is difficult to define perspective within sets that are self belonging. For example in the study of mankind, anthropology, both men and their studies fall into the same category that contains the topic outline. This situation entails a universal quality of uniqueness, an instance of, to the topic of anthropology that almost may be viewed in parallel to the topic of nature as the set of unique particulars. Yet one might assent to the notion in the inclusive study of man, anthropology,...
Authors: Marvin Kirsh

Open Access and competitive advantage for researchers and for universities: how to make the most of what you have

submitted by: elbaek

Open Access and the competetive advantage of universities. The slides following Alma Swans presentation

Scientometric Analysis Of The CHI Proceedings

submitted by: bartneck
The CHI conference has grown rapidly over the last 26 years. We present a quantitative analysis on the countries and organizations that contribute to its success. Only 7.8 percent of the countries are responsible for 80 percent of the papers in the CHI proceedings, and the USA is clearly the country with most papers. But the success of a country or organization does not depend only on the number of accepted papers, but also on their quality. We present a ranking of countries and...
Authors: Christoph Bartneck, Jun Hu

Open Access in Norway: challenges now and in the future

submitted by: elbaek

Sigrid Tollefsen from The Norwegian Association of Higher Education Institutions presents the Norwegian advances in changing the scholarly communication to Open Access