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  • Energy management of people in organizations

    Schippers, Michaéla; Hogenes, René (2011)
    textabstractAbstract Although energy is a concept that is implied in many motivational theories, is hardly ever explicitly mentioned or researched. The current article first relates theories and research findings that were thus far not explicitly related to energy. We describe theories such as flow, subjective well-being, engagement and burn-out, and make the link with energy more explicit. Also, we make a first link between personality characteristics and energy, and describe the role of lea...

    End of life care and decision making: Opinions and experiences of the general public, bereaved relatives, and professionals

    Raijmakers, Natasja (2013)
    textabstractEnd-of-life care aims to improve quality of life of patients and their relatives facing problems associated with life-threatening illness in the last days of life. End-of-life decision-making is an important aspect of end-of-life care that can have a significant impact on the process of dying and dying patients’ comfort in the last days of life. Moreover, end-of-life decisions are known to occur in 23-51% of all deaths in Europe and are subject to societal debate. Better understan...

    Latent Volatility Granger Causality and Spillovers in Renewable Energy and Crude Oil ETFs

    Chang, Chia-Lin; McAleer, Michael; Wang, Yu-Ann (2018)
    textabstractThe purpose of the paper is to examine latent volatility Granger causality for four renewable energy Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and crude oil ETF (USO), namely solar (TAN), wind (FAN), water (PIO), and nuclear (NLR). Data on the renewable energy and crude oil ETFs are from 18 June 2008 to 20 March 2017. From the underlying stochastic process of a vector random coefficient autoregressive (VRCAR) process for the shocks of returns, we derive Latent Volatility Granger causality from...

    Chinese investeringen in Europa

    Brienen, Matthias; Burger, Martijn; Karreman, Bas (2011)
    textabstractChinese investeringen in Europa zijn de afgelopen jaren sterk toegenomen. Relatief weinig van deze investeringen hebben echter in Nederland plaatsgevonden. Om in de toekomst nieuwe Chinese investeringen aan te trekken moet Nederland zich richten op een aantal specifieke functies en sectoren.
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