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Growth in renewables: not all down to policy - ©Fotolia - @nt

Governments have developed a wide range of initiatives and policies to support renewable energy generation as a key element of a low carbon future. At first glance, they seem to have worked, as renewable technologies have enjoyed significant growth. But new statistical analyses by Syed Basher, Andrea Masini and Sam Aflaki suggest more complex dynamics: policy is not the only driver for the (...)

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No NGO would be able to run development programs in disaster-torn countries without heavy (...)

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Leadership & Management12 November 2014

How leaders emerge in online communities

Without a formal hierarchy or assigned tasks, how do members of online communities collaborate to (...)

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More and more governments are tightening the purse strings and have begun linking the reimbursement (...)

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Thomas Paris and his co-authors show how technological breakthroughs are assimilated into the (...)

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Technology Management15 September 2013

Renewable energies in Europe

Even though renewable energies are increasingly considered the energy sources of the future and (...)

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IT firms increasingly rely on outsourcing the development of information systems overseas, yet an (...)

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Law, Regulation and Institution15 January 2013

R&D collaboration

University scientists and private firms are increasingly keen to engage in joint entrepreneurship, (...)

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