Exploring The Black Box

Author: Nathan Rosenberg
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521459556
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This book presents a unique account of how technological change is generated and the processes by which improved technologies are introduced into economic activity.

Exploring The Black Box

Author: Lindsay Ray
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This study examined how print coverage of depression and antidepressants changed during the time period from 2002 to 2006 in regards to the FDA's 2004 decision to include black box warning labels on antidepressants.

Exploring Knowledge Intensive Business Services

Author: Roberto Grandinetti
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137008423
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... 2000), contributing to its competitiveness especially in advanced regions,
where the performance of manufacturing firms increasingly depends on the
knowledge contents provided by highly specialized suppliers. However, the
emphasis on the supportive role of KIBS to the dynamics of manufacturing
players is barely matched by an extensive empirical analysis of their competitive
and innovation strategies. The present chapter aims at exploring this “black box”,
contributing from a ...

The Black Box Society

Author: Frank Pasquale
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674967100
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These prescients are already exploring black box trends. In hisstory Scroogled,
Cory Doctorow imaginesa Google tightly integrated with theDepartment of
Homeland Security. Doctorow'sGoogle is quitewilling touse its control of
information to influence politics—for instance, striking fear into the hearts of
Congressmenby threateningto let scandalous tidbits about them rise in the
rankings of its media finders.One character observes that “the Stasi put
everything about you in a file.

Beyond Engineering

Author: Robert Pool
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780198026723
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See, for instance, Nathan Rosenberg, Exploring the Black Box: Technol. ogy,
Economics and History. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1994, pp. 18–
19. he described the difference . . . Theodore Rockwell, The Rickover Effect: How
One Man Made a Difference, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD, 1992, pp. 158
–159. the early AEC programs ... Robert Perry et al., The Development and
Commercialization of the Light Water Reactor, RAND Study for the National
Science ...

Beyond Inclusion

Author: J. Goosby Smith
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137385421
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L. H. Pelled, K. M. Eisenhardt, & K. R. Xin (1999), Exploring the black box: An
analysis of work group diversity, conflict and performance, Administrative Science
Quarterly, 44(1), 1–28. 8. M. N. Davidson & B. M. Ferdman (2002), Inclusion:
What can I and my organization do about it?, The IndustrialOrganizational
Psychologist, 39(4), 80–85. 9. B. R. Deane (2013), Diversity at Work: The Practice
of Inclusion (Vol. 33), B. M. Ferdman (Ed.), PLACE: John Wiley & Sons. 10. J. M.
Bartunek ...

The Routledge Doctoral Supervisor S Companion

Author: Melanie Walker
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113697170X
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Goode,J.and Greatbatch, D.(2005) Boundary work:the production and
consumption of health information and advicewithin service interactions between
staff and callers to NHS Direct, Journal of Consumer Culture 5(3): 315–37. Grant,
M.(2005) Fightingfor spacein supervision: fantasies, fairytales,fictions and
fallacies, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 18(3): 337–54
May–June2005. Haggis,T. (2002) Exploring the 'black box' of process:a
comparisonof theoretical ...

To The Digital Age

Author: Ross Knox Bassett
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801873495
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“Economic Experiments,” in Exploring the Black Box: Technology, Economics,
and History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994), 93–94. He
continues this way: “The trouble with a War on Cancer, as with Supersonic
transport, is that large amounts of money are committed to a particular project, or
to a particular design, long before sufficient information is available to permit an
intelligent evaluation of the research options. Where government funds are
involved the problem is ...