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Kaya, H.D. (author), Dikmen, Irem (author)
Although digitalization has become a prospect that is counted on for many problems in the construction industry, there have been limited attempts at exploring decision-making processes in construction firms concerning the integration of digital technologies and impacts beyond the projects. In this research, the system dynamics (SD) approach...
journal article 2024
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Falagara Sigala, Ioanna (author), Sirenko, M. (author), Comes, M. (author), Kovács, Gyöngyi (author)
Purpose: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has emerged as an unprecedented health crisis worldwide and heavily disrupted the healthcare supply chain. This study focuses on analysing the different types of disruptions occurring in personal protective equipment (PPE) supply chains during the COVID-19 pandemic and on proposing mitigation...
journal article 2022
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Sušnik, Janez (author), Masia, Sara (author), Jewitt, G.P.W. (author), Simpson, Gareth (author)
The water-energy-food (WEF) nexus is shown to be a highly interconnected, complex system, operating over multiple time scales, and at spatial scales from household to global. The key WEF nexus foci issues and challenges are known to be extremely diverse and change depending on the local situation and setting, the scale at which the nexus is...
book chapter 2022
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Hassan, Yassmin (author), Peco, Igor (author)
One of the most common hurdles especially in large infrastructure projects is scope change. Scope changes negatively affect time, quality and usually lead to cost overruns due to underestimating the change order impacts on the project. There are two main categories through which the impacts could be quantified: the first and second order effects...
master thesis 2021
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Heinen, Annette (author)
This research clarifies the relations between the growing e-commerce sector and the logistic sector. The last-mile transportation of goods bought via e-commerce is growing, which leads to negative impacts on the environment and mobility. A Causal Loop Diagram (CLD) illustrating the relations is made and a simulation model is build quantifying...
master thesis 2021
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Kuipers, Titia (author)
The frequency and severity of natural disasters is increasing worldwide, leading to a growing number of people struggling to survive. While climate related natural disasters affect large portions of the world, communities who are already struggling to survive due to conflict, insecurity or poverty are hit the most. In fragile states, slowly...
master thesis 2019
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van den Buijs, Ludo (author)
master thesis 2019
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Havelaar, Mark (author), Jaspers, Wouter Jaspers (author)
Cities are rapidly transforming, and infrastructures are not always resistant to these future developments. On a global scale cities are growing into mega cities, whilst counter urbanization causes significant population declines. To adapt infrastructures against these future developments, infrastructure asset management can be applied. <br/><br...
master thesis 2017
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van den Houten, Jorrit (author)
Large-scale infrastructure projects such as ports can have a significant impact on the development of nearby cities. While economic benefits of the port spill over to other regions, often internationally operating firms, port-cities experience negative externalities like environmental and land use issues and traffic congestion. Traditional port...
master thesis 2017
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Wei, D. (author)
In the fast developing knowledge economy age, the internal resources of an enterprise are usually not enough for proper development, and cooperation with external organizations becomes a popular approach for many enterprises to improve their knowledge storage and technology level, the background of which is called open innovative environment....
master thesis 2012
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Sigurdsson-Norddahl, S. (author)
Economic importance for the indium mineral has been growing in recent years and indium is usually referred to as one of the technology minerals. High tech industries use indium in their application because of the special properties: transparency and electrical conductivity. Indium demand has more than doubled in the last decade and is expected...
master thesis 2011
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Auping, W.L. (author)
High copper prices have not led to a place for this metal in the debate about mineral scarcity, while copper is a base metal which has many uses and is vital for developments in the energy transition. In this research the global copper system is examined from the perspective of the development of supply and demand and the effects structural and...
master thesis 2011
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Pruyt, E. (author), Hamarat, C. (author)
This paper presents a small exploratory System Dynamics model related to the dynamics of the 2009 flu pandemic, also known as the Mexican flu, swine flu, or A(H1N1)v. The model was developed in May 2009 in order to quickly foster understanding about the possible dynamics of this new flu variant and to perform rough-cut policy explorations. Later...
conference paper 2010
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Pruyt, E. (author), Hamarat, C. (author)
In this paper, an Exploratory System Dynamics model of a concerted run is first of all presented. The immediate cause for modelling a concerted bank run was the mediatised call for a run on the DSB bank. This Exploratory System Dynamics model was developed the morning of the call for the bank run, before the start of the ensuing bank crisis, in...
conference paper 2010
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Namujju, L.D. (author)
Access to power is tied to any country’s development. It provides opportunities for increased social welfare, education, health and income generating opportunities all of which Uganda needs. Uganda’s economic development is being stifled by power inaccessibility. Electricity access levels are as low as 9% nationally. The study was aimed at...
master thesis 2009
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