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Over the last decade, much attention has been given to the analysis of data that have a nested or hierarchical structure. As various disciplines have recognized the usefulness of these types of analyses, the need for an introductory text on the subject has become more apparent. Multilevel Analysis: Techniques and Applications provides an intuitive(More)
Organisations are increasingly being scrutinised and pressured by Government regulators and legitimate environmental watchdogs to align their business with environmental sustainability practices. Specifically, the advent of agreements like the Kyoto Protocol has meant that organisations are now motivated more than ever to monitor their carbon emissions.(More)
Despite differences between public and private sectors, business process reengineering (BPR) principles have been widely used in reengineering government processes. This has led to a growing body of literature on government process reengineering (GPR). This chapter presents synthesis and analysis of the literature on government process reengineering from(More)
Blogs as a "third place": The emergence of online alcoves sharing common interests" (2009). Lenarcic et al. Blogs as a " third place " : A case study ABSTRACT An abbreviated case study in narrative form of a weblog is presented. Preliminary observations in an ongoing longitudinal study suggest that the blog, whose discourse engages in the niche interest(More)
BACKGROUND Enalapril (EPL) is an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor for the treatment of hypertension and chronic heart failure. Enalaprilat (EPLT) is an active metabolite that contributes to the overall activity of EPL. AIM To quantitate EPL along with its metabolite EPLT using LC-MS/MS, a bioanalytical method was developed and validated with(More)
The life span of weblogs is investigated with reference to Lanham's view of the " Economics of Attention " and Hardin's conception of the " Tragedy of the Commons. " It is advanced that the unfettered buildup of inactive blogs is leading to a surfeit of information which effectively disables potential readers due to an excess of choice. One factor(More)