1 edition of Dynamics and conflict in regional structural change found in the catalog.
Dynamics and conflict in regional structural change
|Statement||edited by Manas Chatterji, Robert E. Kuenne.|
|Contributions||Isard, Walter., Chatterji, Manas, 1937-, Kuenne, Robert E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||371|
|ISBN 10||0333484509, 033353106X|
A text/reference on analysis of structures that deform in use. Presents a new, integrated approach to analytical dynamics, structural dynamics and control theory and goes beyond classical dynamics of rigid bodies to incorporate analysis of flexibility of by: Regional wars—evident in the Middle East today—alter the local distribution of power and reorder regional hierarchies but do not change the structure of world politics. This is where current strategic thinking has gone awry: the outcomes of the Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts may alter the face of terrorism and reshape the Middle East Cited by:
Unemployment and labor market dynamics in Russia (English) Abstract. The past 15 months have seen the beginning of structural change in Russia but a failure of the economy to stabilize. The balance sheet, conclude the authors suggests that a return to centralized control remain almost impossible, but the dencentralization Cited by: 4. The diffusion of regional conflict is ultimately a matter of state legitimacy, endemic instability, susceptibility, and exposure, and state policies intended to limit regional conflict need to address those factors.
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Introduction The second in a two volume tribute to Walter Isard, the first being "New Frontiers in Regional Science", this book looks at dynamics and conflict in regional structural change. Together they contain 50 papers by experts in this field, and look at subjects such as location theory.
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Summary: The second in a two volume tribute to Walter Isard, the first being "New Frontiers in Regional Science", this book looks at dynamics and conflict in regional structural change. Together they contain 50 papers by experts in this field, and look at subjects such as location theory.
The Dynamics of Conflict. When it was published inBernie Mayer's The Dynamics of Conflict Resolution quickly became one of the seminal works in the conflict resolution field. The book bridged the gap between abstract theoretical approaches and practical handbooks and became an immensely valuable and accessible resource for experienced and novice practitioners, as well as for professors Reviews: Lastly, the book provides a toolkit for regional policymakers to stimulate regional structural change in a sustainable and inclusive manner.
The book will be of interest for regional policymakers, practitioners, and elected officials in regions on the knowledge periphery the Dynamics Author: Arnault Morisson.
Read the latest articles of Structural Change and Economic Dynamics atElsevier’s leading platform of peer-reviewed scholarly literature. This book examines long-term structural changes and the broad impact on economic development in regional comparative perspectives. The book analyzes data across Africa, Asia and Latin America.
It looks at key variables of productivity growth, industrialization, poverty, urbanization, and Cited by: 1. change that produces new conflicts (conflict formation); 2. change that exacerbates or intensifies an existing conflict (conflict exacerbation or, more commonly, escalation); 3.
change that reduces conflict, or makes it less rather than more intense (conflict mitigation); 4. change that produces (or assists in the development of) settlements or solutions (conflict resolution or transformation) Structural Change and Economic Dynamics publishes articles about theoretical and applied, historical and methodological aspects of structural change in economic systems.
The journal publishes work analyzing dynamics and structural change in economic, technological, institutional and. Structural change, trade and global production networks: An ‘appropriate industrial policy’ for peripheral and catching-up economies Michael A.
Landesmann, Roman Stöllinger Pages Despite two decades of rapid global economic growth and social modernisation, including increases in gender equity, levels of violence against women remain stubbornly high.
Moving beyond conventional liberal views, a growing literature has identified how structural change and conflict associated with economic development can exacerbate women’s physical : Alison Brysk, Aashish Mehta.
Introduction to Dynamics of Structures 7 Washington University in St. Louis Frequency Domain Analysis The characteristics of the structural system can also be described in the frequency domain. The Fourier transform of a signal x(t) is defined by (36) and is related to the Fourier transform of the derivatives of this function by (37) (38).
Book Description. Structural Dynamics: Concepts and Applications focuses on dynamic problems in mechanical, civil and aerospace engineering through the equations of motion. The text explains structural response from dynamic loads and the modeling and calculation of dynamic responses in structural systems.
development should be systematic so that new structural elements or revisions can be implemented as the stage of development changes. ¨ Resource implications must be considered at every stage. At later stages the capacity to generate more revenue or resources is likely.
Dynamics and conflict in regional structural change: essays in honour of Walter Isard, volume 2. The Causes of Conﬂictin Public and Private Sector Organizationsin South Africa Chris van Tonder Werner Havenga Jan Visagie The uncertainty that accompanies organizational change heightens prospects for intra organizational conﬂict.
Notwithstanding this, the knowledge base on the sources (or causes) of organizational conﬂict is. Walter Isard has 24 books on Goodreads with 51 ratings. Walter Isard’s most popular book is Methods of Interregional and Regional Analysis.
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Vol SeptemberPages Structural change and economic growth: Empirical evidence and. Change Goals in Conflict Transformation: Transformation understands social conflict as evolving from, and producing changes in, the personal, relational, structural and cultural dimensions of human experience.
It seeks to promote constructive processes within each of these dimensions. Change the Structure. When structure is a cause of dysfunctional conflict, structural change can be the solution to resolving the conflict.
Consider this situation. Vanessa, the lead engineer in charge of new product development, has submitted her components list to Tom, the procurement officer, for purchasing. structural conflict. - Conflict emerges by itself because of incompatible relationships - therefore change will come.
- Just like internal organs of a normal biological organism, society maintains its stability, order and progress only when social organs, structure and institutions coordinate and cooperate with each other (are in equilibrium File Size: 59KB.
Barros-Contreras I., Hernangómez-Barahona J., Martín-Cruz N. () Relationship Conflicts in Family Firms: An Empirical Analysis. In: Saiz-Álvarez J., Leitão J., Palma-Ruiz J. (eds) Entrepreneurship and Family Business Vitality. Studies on Entrepreneurship, Structural Change and Industrial Dynamics.
Springer, Cham. First Online 17 July Author: Ismael Barros-Contreras, Juan Hernangómez-Barahona, Natalia Martín-Cruz.In the technical section, the book constitutes structural dynamics control methods for supply chain management. Real-life problems are modelled and solved with the help of mathematical programming, discrete-event simulation, optimal control theory, and fuzzy logic.