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Nugroho, Ivo Bahar (author)
The advancement in digital technology provides room for innovations in many sectors, including in the financial sector. The development of digital currencies is one example of digital advancements in this sector. Digital currencies can take many forms, and cryptocurrency is one of the most popular forms of digital currencies today. Bitcoin and...
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Zamian Danilow, Rodolfo (author)
National policies that seek to stimulate the energy transition require attention with the requirement for generation sources that can compensate for moments when wind and solar plants are not available. Electricity supply needs to adjust to demand in real-time, at least until energy storage becomes commercially viable, otherwise the energy...
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Jager, Stephan (author)
The main focus of monetary policy is price stability, but steady growth and financial stability also depend on monetary policy. Adequate monetary policy is a crucial part of a well performing economy. Central banks are able to deploy multiple monetary policy measures. <br/>Setting the rate on marginal lending facilities, on main refinance...
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Pathmanathan, Vimal (author)
This thesis deals with the current debt crisis is Sri Lanka, which was brought about by rapid development following the end of the civil war, and how best to prevent future debt crises by providing recommendations to policy makers. This thesis makes use of two models, the Balance-of-Payments (BOP) Constrained growth model, and the Flying Goose...
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Prasad, Rahul (author)
Twenty years ago, American-style shareholder capitalism, with its focus on maximising shareholders’ value (MSV), was widening its lead (in terms of economic growth) over European-style stakeholder capitalism. Nevertheless, the U.S. economy runs large trade deficits, inequality in income and wealth has risen, and there is a growing disappointment...
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Sobota, Vladimir (author)
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Mishra, Pratik (author)
Resource and cost-efficient innovations that are designed to address the needs of the low-income markets focused on “value for money’ are termed as frugal innovations. Frugal innovation aims to provide financially poor consumers with economically effective solutions in order to deal with their problems. The idea of bringing business to the low...
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Dubbeld, Maarten (author)
Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) tend to focus upon short-term profit in a crisis period, however the EU advised SMEs’ to invest in innovation and quality of products. How SMEs balance between these two contradicting strategies is seldom addressed. Therefore, this study explores how SMEs align their organization upon short term...
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Drost, Kirsten (author)
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Potters, Kay (author)
Mobile money has just started to emerge in Western countries; however Kenyans have already been using phones for transactions for 10 years mainly through the mobile money system MPesa. This hints towards a largely ignored innovation potential residing in developing countries that can even allow them to lead the path of innovation for specific...
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Hunink, Yvo (author)
Technologies used in the energy sector, and many other sectors, are too complex for innovation by a single actor. Many influences from different types of actors are required to advance the technology, creating a collective innovation process. However, without the right accountability structures between different types of actors, unfavourable...
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Geelhoed, Anne (author)
The environmental awareness in business practices has grown to be a central issue in corporate social responsibility for many multinational companies. Unfortunately, it remains a way of brand management for many companies, rather than a drive for structural change in business practices.Business models should therefore be reshaped, to deliver...
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de Raad, Brendon (author)
With the decision made to act upon climate change, the remaining question is: "How?". Economic theory suggests that the most efficient method is by means of market-based policies. These policies are often designed based on Integrated Assessment Models like DICE, which is the subject of this thesis. Integrating uncertainty into this model has...
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Aldy Gustinara Darwili, Aldy (author)
Italy’s economic crisis – arguably – poses the greatest challenge to the future of European economic and monetary integration, not just because of the relative size of the Italian economy or because Italy has been a founding member of the European Union and its forerunner. A more important reason is the country’s pre-crisis economic stagnation...
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de Koning, Thom (author)
Worldwide, organisations are establishing joint ventures to overcome market trends and size-specific challenges. Smaller sized organisations lack financial resources to introduce their innovation to the market, while larger sized organisations trouble with renewing their core business models. Consequently, more and more joint ventures are...
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Abolhadi, Hamed (author)
In the Netherlands, the developing of offshore wind power (OWP) systems is one of options for electricity generation from renewable energy sources (RES-E) for the transition to a sustainable energy system. In 2015, the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) announced that around 6500 MW of total offshore wind capacity required in the...
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