Authors:Ryan D. Duffy, Alex Jadidian, Gregory D. Webster, and Kyle J. Sandell
may stay relatively consistent.
Using a combination of previous research, the results of the present study, and our own experiences coding productivity data, we offer a number
Kutatásunkban a 2007–2014 közötti időszakban Európai Integrációs Alap és Európai
Menekültügyi Alap keretében támogatást nyert, migráns hátterű fiatalok oktatási
rendszerbe történő integrációját segítő programok ex post
elemzését vállaltuk. Vizsgáltuk továbbá, hogy egyes intézményekben milyen
utóhatásai vannak a korábbi projekteknek, illetve ehhez képest miben különböznek
azok az intézmények, akik dolgoznak ugyan harmadik országbeli gyerekekkel,
azonban migránsok integrációját elősegítő programban vagy felkészítésen nem
vettek részt. Cikkünkben a harmadik országból érkezett gyerekek oktatási
helyzetéről alkottunk pillanatképet, vizsgálva az állami fejlesztési
intézkedések hatásait és a gyakorlatban megfigyelhető tendenciákat, valamint a
jelen helyzetben felmerült igényeket.
Authors:Levente Szász, Béla Gergely Rácz, Anca Borza, and Botond Benedek
. S. ( 2010 ): Paradigms of Choice in Manufacturing Strategy. Exploring Performance Relationships of Fit, BestPractices, and Capability-Based Approaches . International Journal of Operations & Production Management , 30 ( 12 ): 1219 – 1245
Authors:Nancy M. Petry, Kristyn Zajac, Meredith Ginley, Jeroen Lemmens, Hans-Jürgen Rumpf, Chih-Hung Ko, and Florian Rehbein
Internet gaming disorder is gaining attention around the world. Some efforts have been directed toward preventing gaming problems from developing or persisting, but few approaches have been empirically evaluated. No known effective prevention intervention exists. Reviewing the broader field of prevention research should help research and best practices move forward in abating problems that arise from excessive gaming.
In our paper we focus on situations when central banks have to conduct monetary policy in a world in which they cannot rely fully on what is regarded the best practice and they have to cope with financial system inherent tendency to be unstable. Both phenomena are rooted in János Kornai’s intellectual heritage highlighting that economy tends to divert from equilibrium and that soft budget constraint erodes economic actors’ behavior.
The purpose of this work is to fill an existing void in descriptive data concerning local government budgeting in Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. In the terms of reference given to the project teams chosen for each of the countries included in the study, the project was designed to elicit three types of information: (1) the budgeting environment, (2) the budget process, and (3) a summary of best practices.
The article is presenting a consideration of the photogrammetry technology in the field of architectural usage. The technology overview is describing a basic knowledge to support the professionals. The processes, rules and best practices are examined through case studies, which introduce a dwelling house, an old precast concrete hall and a landscape surveying to cover most of the architectural usage. The purpose of the research is to give guidance for technical possibilities and assists in the development of the methodologies. The main part of the article is focusing on unmanned aerial vehicles as these tools provide many useful features.
It is a viable alternative to automatically generate Java source code based on the specification provided by the associated unit tests. This possibility may seem far-fetched in the general case, but after considering the most common restrictions, which are applied nowadays as best practice, it turns out that a significant part of the production code can be generated automatically. The goal is to generate viable implementations, which fulfill the requirements imposed by unit tests. According to the presented vision the modern test frameworks, development guidelines and computational capacities make it possible to reach this goal.
Authors:Sari Piippo, Paula Saavalainen, Juhani Kaakinen, and Eva Pongrácz
Municipal solid waste management is a basic service that, in Finland, consists of collection, transportation and treatment systems provided by municipalities, waste management companies and producer responsibility organizations. The amount of municipal solid waste in Finland has risen quite steadily for many decades. In 2012, the recovery rate of municipal solid waste as material or energy was 67%. The Finnish Waste Act has been updated in 2012, with the key goal to further reduce waste amounts and progress recycling. The paper describes the best practices in strategic waste management planning and describes the organization of municipal solid waste in city of Oulu, Finland.