Monthly Archives: April 2013

Weekly selection of scientific papers (April 29, 2013)

In this week, I propose to read the following papers…

Andrija Vidović, Igor Štimac, & Damir Vince. (2013). Development of Business Models of Low-Cost Airlines. International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering, 3(1), 69-81.
http://dx.doi.org/10.7708/ijtte.2013.3(1).07

The global economic crisis that affects all industries, including the aviation industry, has forced airlines to adjust their business models to existing […]

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Call for papers: II International Conference on Business Servitization

The II International Conference on Business Servitization (Granada, Spain), Servitization 2013, aims at bringing together academics and practitioners who are interested in servitization process and its effects on the organizations. Servitization is transforming firm’s strategy by adding services in the traditional product offerings to gain competitive advantage. This process has recently also affected creative […]

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Weekly selection of scientific papers (April 15, 2013)

For this week, I suggest the following readings…

Cladellas Pros, R.; Castello Tarrida, A.; Badia Martin, M.M.; Cirera Amores, M.C. (2013). Effects of the PowerPoint methodology on content learning. Intangible Capital, 9(1): 184-198. http://dx.doi.org/10.3926/ic.370.

This study focuses on whether the use of PowerPoint technology as the main resource to convey information has an effect on students’ learning compared with […]

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New scientific book about the family business

This week I have published the book “Nuevas investigaciones sobre la gestión de la Empresa Familiar en España” (in English: New research on the management of the family business in Spain), through the scientific publisher OmniaPublisher SL (OmniaScience).

This book focuses on scientific contributions for understanding the current situation of the Spanish family business, its […]

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Interesting journal about rejection

I have just found out a journal which main goal is the rejection of scientific papers. As Caleb Emmons (Editor-in-Chief) says, the founding principle of the Journal of Universal Rejection (JofUR) is universal rejection. So, all submissions, regardless of quality, are rejected by the editors of the journal. You can find more information at: http://www.universalrejection.org/

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