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Lelieveld, Monica (author)
In developing cities across the globe, as in Addis Ababa, the number of residents is growing while the amount of good-quality housing remains low. The demand for low-income housing is rising rapidly due to the contemporary aim to eliminate the unhealthy living conditions and the influx of migrants. Without newcomers a city would not be able to...
master thesis 2017
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Qavami Tehrani, M. (author)
New technologies create a network of complementary producers and consumers around themselves. Researchers have been investigating the effects of such networks on end-users and called them “Network Externalities”. These network externalities are either direct or indirect. There have been no prior researches on negative and indirect consequences...
master thesis 2014
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Muliuolyte, J. (author)
The graduation project is called “City, catch the time! Rediscovering socialist neighbourhoods in a new capitalist society”. The study case is Vilnius, capital of Lithuania. Focus of the project is socialist housing estates, known as microdistricts. In the beginning of the year I have stated that those housing estates constructed until 1990s in...
master thesis 2010
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Méndez Cabello, J. (author)
This research analyzes whether there is a relationship between the strategy (entrepreneurial and market orientation) and the focus of the firms (explorative and exploitative) that determines the way in which spin-offs use their networks. The study includes data from 72 young-technology-based spin-offs within The Netherlands. The results show...
master thesis 2009
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