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Revista de Gestão Social e Ambiental ; 16(2):1-21, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2040621

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Objective: To analyze the Cooperatives' actions regarding the SDGs in the context of COVID-19 Pandemic. Theoretical framework: For a better understanding of the research theme in question, the themes Agenda 2030, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Cooperativism will be briefly grounded. Method: The study consisted of a descriptive and quantitative research, with the application of an online questionnaire, via Google Forms, answered from November 2021 to February 2022 by 16 representatives of the Cooperatives. Data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and content analysis. Results and conclusion: The results pointed to the maintenance of partnerships with other companies/cooperatives and changes in the production chain;increase in actions related to the employees' health, and reduction of funding for actions or projects and development of new products/services;low commitment of cooperatives in relation to the SDGs;male predominance in leadership positions, except in the health sector;importance of acting in the market applying cooperative's principles and values, complying with legislation;making partnerships and listening to the society demands. Research implications: contributes to the understanding of what cooperatives consider important, in addition to drawing the attention of cooperatives to actively participate in achieving the SDGs goals. Originality/value: contributes towards linking the SDGs to the Cooperatives, with their principles and values, highlighting their importance for the population and the region where they operate, identifying the actions carried out by them regarding the SDGs in times of the COVID-19 pandemic, after all, the SDGs must be worked on by governments, organizations and the population together.Alternate :Objetivo: Analisar as ações das Cooperativas em relação aos ODS no contexto da Pandemia do COVID-19. Referencial teórico: Para melhor compreensão da temática de pesquisa em questão serão brevemente fundamentados os temas Agenda 2030, Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) e Cooperativismo. Método: O estudo consistiu em pesquisa descritiva e quantitativa, com aplicação de questionários online, via Google Forms, respondido no período de novembro de 2021 a fevereiro de 2022 por 16 representantes das Cooperativas. Os dados foram analisados por meio da estatística descritiva e análise de conteúdo. Resultados e conclusão: Os resultados apontaram para manutenção de parcerias com outras empresas/cooperativas e mudanças na cadeia produtiva;aumento em relação às ações relacionadas à saúde dos colaboradores, e redução de financiamentos de ações ou projetos e desenvolvimento de novos produtos/serviços;baixo comprometimento das cooperativas em relação aos ODS;predominância do sexo masculino em cargos de liderança, exceto no ramo da saúde;importância de atuar no mercado aplicando os princípios e valores cooperativistas, cumprindo com a legislação;fazendo parcerias e ouvindo as reivindicações da sociedade. Implicações da pesquisa: contribui para o entendimento do que as cooperativas consideram importante, além de chamar a atenção das cooperativas no sentido de participarem ativamente para o cumprimento das metas dos ODS. Originalidade/valor: contribui no sentido de vincular os ODS às Cooperativas, com seus princípios e valores, destacando a importância das mesmas para a população e a região aonde atuam, identificando as ações por elas realizadas referente aos ODS em tempos de pandemia COVID-19, afinal, os ODS devem ser trabalhados pelos governos, organizações e população em conjunto.

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BMJ Open ; 12(9), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-2020032

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ObjectivesTo systematically review academic literature for studies on any processes, procedures, methods or approaches to purchasing high-cost medical devices and equipment within hospitals in high-income countries.MethodsOn 13 August 2020, we searched the following from inception: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Registry, EconLit and ProQuest Dissertations & Theses A&I via ProQuest, Embase, MEDLINE, and MEDLINE in Process via Ovid SP, Google and Google Scholar, Health Management and Policy Database via Ovid SP, IEEE Xplore Digital Library, International HTA Database, NHS EED via CRD Web, Science Citation Index-Expanded, Conference Proceedings Citation Index-Science, and Emerging Sources Citation Index via Web of Science, Scopus, and Zetoc conference search. Studies were included if they described the approach to purchasing (also known as procurement or acquisition) of high-cost medical devices and/or equipment conducted within hospitals in high-income countries between 2000 and 2020. Studies were screened, data extracted and results summarised in tables under themes identified.ResultsOf 9437 records, 24 were included, based in 12 different countries and covering equipment types including surgical robots, medical imaging equipment, defibrillators and orthopaedic implants. We found heterogeneity in methods and approaches;including descriptions of processes taking place within or across hospitals (n=14), out of which three reported cost savings;empirical studies in which hospital records or participant data were analysed (n=8), and evaluations or pilots of proposed purchasing processes (n=2). Studies emphasise the importance of balancing technical, financial, safety and clinical requirements for device selection through multidisciplinary involvement (especially clinical engineers and clinicians) in decision-making, and the potential of increasing evidence-based purchasing decisions using approaches such as hospital-based health technology assessments, ergonomics and device ‘user trials’.ConclusionsWe highlight the need for more empirical work that evaluates purchasing approaches or interventions, and greater specificity in study reporting (eg, equipment type, evaluation outcomes) to build the evidence base required to influence policy and practice for medical equipment purchasing.Protocol registrationThis review was registered in Open Science Framework: Shokraneh F, Hinrichs-Krapels S, Chalkidou A et al. Purchasing high-cost medical equipment in hospitals in OECD countries: A systematic review. Open Science Framework 2021;doi:10.17605/OSF.IO/GTXN8. Available at: https://osf.io/gtxn8/ (accessed 12 February 2022).

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Conservation Science and Practice ; 4(8), 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1973594

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The biodiversity and climate crises require diverse solutions, yet peer reviewed literature is dominated by men from the Global North. The Nature Conservancy (TNC), as one of the world's largest conservation non‐profit organizations, provides a case study to better understand how women publish relative to men in conservation science. By examining all papers from Web of Science with at least one TNC author (1968–2019), we found that women at TNC are underrepresented: only 36% of authors were women, just 31% of all first authorships were women, and 24% of last authorships were women. Women in the Global South were the least represented group, making up less than 2% of all TNC authorships. By comparison seven individual men in the Global North comprised 9% of all TNC authorships. Encouragingly, the total number of women publishing at TNC has improved over the decades;however, the proportion of women to men remains below gender parity, and the proportion of women from Global South remains consistently below 3%. These results align with overall trends in conservation and science, and we provide recommendations for the global conservation science community on how to address this enduring and significant issue in publishing.

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International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management ; 34(8):3029-3064, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1961319

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Purpose>The purpose of this study is to examine the scientific research related to sustainability in hospitality and tourism from 1994 to 2020 by conducting bibliometric and science mapping analyses and to discuss the implications for prospective research opportunities.Design/methodology/approach>Keyword co-occurrences with 2,980 published papers collected from the Web of Science (Social Science Citation Index and Emerging Sources Citation Index) were used for the bibliometric-based analysis. The authors use SciMAT software which offers relevant outputs, such as research themes and graphical outputs (strategic diagrams, cluster networks and science mapping representing the temporal evolution of the themes).Findings>The findings show that biodiversity conservation, sustainable attitudes, climate change, protected areas, satisfaction and environmental management were the focal motor-themes in the studied periods. Additionally, four areas for future investigation are identified and discussed: sustainable behavior and environmental sustainability;consumption, demand and economic growth;tourism development and strategies;and rural tourism, poverty, ethics and education.Research limitations/implications>This analysis shows insightful results processing a high number of published documents. However, the authors recommend further research focused on qualitative literature review for each critical topic.Originality/value>The authors are unaware of analogous, completed and recent work about sustainability in hospitality and tourism. The authors believe this article is of great value to academics and practitioners because it synthesizes and disseminates the research topic while providing an outstanding basis for identifying research opportunities.

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Webology ; 19(3):1242-1261, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1940172

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The study analyses the Scientometric analysis of the Quantitation techniques on the Publications trend has been measured in the field of Palaeontology based on the Scopus data for the period of study between 2005 and 2019. The topmost productive year was 2019 with 998 records (8.28%). Similarly the least productive year was 2005 with 371 records (3.08%). The publications, from 2005 to 2012 (8 years) 45.82% publications were found;whereas from 1913 to 2019 (7 years) 54.18% publications were found. The maximum number of citations in the year 2011 comprises 24683 citations and the minimum number of citations is 3115 in 2019. The maximum number of citations per paper is 39.28 in 2006. The highest exponential growth rate was found to be 1.23 in the year 2010 with 909 publications. The highest AGR was found in the year 2010 (23) followed by the year 2007 (21.83). The maximum RGR value is found to be 0.79 in the year 2006 and the minimum value is found to be 0.08 in the year 2018. Here the correlation coefficient of these two variables is 0.96. The highest CC 0.61 is reported in the year 2019. The overall CC =0.53 which is far from 0. The highest MCC 0.61 has been reported in the year 2019. The lowest MCC 0.40 has been reported in the year in 2006. The overall MCC is 0.53. The journal titled "Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology" occupied the first position with 1494 publications. The second most productive journal was " PLoS ONE " with 471 publications.

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Journal of Food Quality ; 2022, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1932849

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Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the food industry has received increasing attention in recent years. Many scholars have paid attention to case studies and other empirical analyses in this field, but there is no systematic or scientific literature review. The purpose of this study is to quantitatively evaluate the knowledge structure, research hotspots, and development history in CSR in the food industry. After searching, screening, and commenting, 498 articles were left for citation analysis, co-citation analysis, and co-word analysis. The main findings of the research are as follows: (1) The overall development status of the research in the field. The analysis of the three fields that constitute the knowledge structure. (2) Research in this field has become a hot spot, but the research is rather scattered, and the scholars and experts do not have a special research core. (3) The keywords’ cluster results in 9 clustering tags, which are further grouped into 7 groups. The research of the scholars focuses on the food supply chain, consumer perception, and social media communication. (4) The research topics in this field focus on environmental responsibility, nutrition and health, and food safety. The research results show that future research should be more in-depth and reflect the new characteristics of the Internet, digitalization, and big data.

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Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science ; 54(2):91-95, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1921568

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Major Depressive Disorder is a highly prevalent, recurrent, and debilitating condition, affecting more than 264 million individuals worldwide. Canadian researchers have made significant contributions to the scientific understanding and treatment of depression. For example, Canada ranks first in the world on the number of articles published on depression (and second on papers determined to be Highly Cited in Field) when considering the proportion of researchers in each country. Canadian psychologists have played a critical role in advancing our knowledge of the epidemiology, vulnerability, treatment, and prevention of depression. This special issue presents a series of state-of-the-art empirical reviews that highlight many of the important contributions-covering cognitive vulnerability, perfectionism, epidemiology, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and emotion-focused therapy-that Canadian psychologists have made to our understanding of depression. Some of the key themes from these reviews are summarized in this editorial. Aside from featuring outstanding scholarship, this special issue also serves as a tribute honoring the monumental contributions that many Canadian psychologists have made and as a catalyst to inspire next generation of depression researchers in Canada.Alternate :La dépression majeure (aussi appelée « dépression clinique ») est un trouble très répandu, périodique et débilitant qui touche plus de 264 millions d'individus de par le monde. Les chercheurs et les chercheures du Canada ont grandement contribué aux connaissances scientifiques sur la dépression et sur ses traitements. Par exemple, le Canada est au premier rang dans le monde pour le nombre d'articles publiés sur la dépression (et au deuxième rang parmi les plus cités dans le domaine) lorsqu'on tient compte de la proportion de chercheurs dans chaque pays. Les psychologues canadiens ont joué un rôle déterminant dans l'avancement des connaissances sur l'épidémiologie, la vulnérabilité, le traitement et la prévention de la dépression. Ce numéro spécial présente des revues de haut niveau qui mettent en relief plusieurs des importantes contributions - concernant la vulnérabilité cognitive, le perfectionnisme, l'épidémiologie, la thérapie cognitivo-comportementale (TCC), la pleine conscience, la thérapie centrée sur les émotions - faites par les psychologues canadiens pour améliorer notre compréhension de la dépression. Certains des principaux thèmes de ces revues sont présentés sommairement dans cet éditorial. En plus de mettre en relief certains des chercheurs remarquables, cette livraison spéciale sert aussi d'hommage à plusieurs psychologues canadiens aux contributions monumentales qui ont, en outre, été des sources d'inspiration pour la prochaine génération de chercheurs au pays sur la dépression.

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Cuadernos de Gestión ; 22(2):61-79, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1903765

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El objetivo de este estudio es analizar la producción científica reciente sobre resiliencia y las principales contribuciones al avance de la investigación del tema en el área de gestión y negocios. Fue realizado un análisis bibliométrico en la base Web of Science / Social Sciences Citation Index -desde el inicio de 2014 hasta mayo de 2021 - mediante recuentos de citas e historiografía de HistCite;y acoplamiento bibliográfico y cartografía de VOSviewer (visualización de similitudes). Se identificó un conjunto de 637 artículos publicados en 114 revistas y escritos por 1607 autores afiliados a 821 instituciones de 63 países. Los resultados aportan también nuevas informaciones sobre las revistas y los artículos más influyentes de los últimos años. El análisis permitió generar un mapa de la literatura emergente, señalar temas asociados y caminos para futuras investigaciones sobre resiliencia en el área de gestión y negocios.Alternate :The purpose of this study is to map the recent scientific literature on resilience and analyses the most substantial contributions to the advancement of studies in the business and management research field. A bibliometric analysis from the Web of Science / Social Sciences Citation Index database - covering the period 2014 until May 2021 - was carried out. Bibliometric techniques and tools were applied, such as co-citation counts and historiography generated by HistCite™, and bibliographic coupling and cartography from VOSviewer (visualization of similarities). As result, 637 articles were identified, which were published in 114 journals and written by 1607 authors affiliated to 821 institutions from 63 countries. This study provides new information not previously reviewed, for example, most influential journals and articles in recent years. The analysis allowed elaborating a map that provides clues for future studies on resilience in the business and management research field.

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Journal of Global Information Management ; 29(6):1-22, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1903613

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Vaccination is nowadays the most used option to stem the covid-19 pandemic. The global impact of the pandemic has triggered an unprecedented frenzy for research axis related to COVID-19 vaccine. Since 2019, the volume of publications related to COVID-19 vaccines has swollen significantly. In this very dynamic context, it can be difficult to quickly access the state and orientations of the researches. Thus, the goal of this paper is to provide a quick, fast comprehensive science mapping of these researches through an information management bibliometric approach. We extracted 8 246 publications (up to July 08th 2021) related to COVID-19 and vaccination from a world-leading publisher-independent global citation database (Scopus). The Bibliometrix package was then used to perform a bibliometric review of all these documents. The most important connections between the main themes, publications, authors, institutions, countries, collaborations, and journals are being highlighted. Main implications for the Information System along with some future research directions are also presented.

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Sustainability ; 14(11):6396, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1892949

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This paper presents a bibliometric analysis of COVID-19-related research in business economics. The current status of research on economic management in COVID-19 is shown through descriptive statistics. The corresponding knowledge maps are obtained based on keyword clustering analysis, and research topics of interest to Chinese and foreign readers are identified. This paper finds that the impact of COVID-19 on business economics is mainly manifested in six major themes, namely COVID-19 and crisis management, COVID-19 and supply chain, COVID-19 and digitalization, COVID-19 and economic development, COVID-19 and organizational management, and COVID-19 and sustainable development. Based on these research foundations, this paper proposes a research framework for economic management under the influence of COVID-19. It describes the current research status, research directions, and future topics of six key research themes from macro, meso, and micro perspectives, to provide a knowledge base for research and practice in the field of economic management in the post-pandemic era.

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Economic and Social Development: Book of Proceedings ; : 164-170, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1887980

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Higher education institutions have a strong potential to encourage society to make significant changes, preparing individuals for active and responsible participation in society. As one of the tasks of the higher education system is to take an active role in overcoming the challenges that affect certain parts of society, especially vulnerable groups, it should be able to provide equal opportunities for all students. Digital competences in education are crucial today, so the question arises as to whether sufficient investment is being made into research in this field. The aim of this paper is to offer a systematic literature review that focuses on two types of research currently conducted in the field of digital inclusion in education: (i) use and adaptation of digital educational tools for students with disabilities and (ii) digital competences of teachers. For the purposes of the research, the method of content analysis of recent scientific papers was used. The search analysis was conducted from March to April 2022, while the search of papers in Scopus and Web of Science databases was limited to the period from 2019 to 2022. Terms used in the search were as following: digital competencies, disabilities, higher education. This review includes an analysis of existing concepts of digital inclusion of persons with disabilities in the higher education process as well as proposed methods for assessing digital competencies of teachers in higher education and pursues three objectives: (i) to describe the concepts of digital inclusion, (ii) to provide an overview of trends and (iii) to identify challenges in assessing the digital competences of teachers in higher education related to digital inclusion. Through consideration of these goals, this paper presents an innovative approach to research in this field and emphasizes the need to conduct similar research to promote the development of higher education.

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Library Philosophy and Practice ; : 1-23, 2020.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1772428

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Due to a pandemic situation arising from the past few decades and the covid -19 patients are increasing at the rapid rate. Looking in the near future an IOT model is build which can be useful for people in coming years and allows rapid testing and efficient testing methodologies using various sensors such as Temperature, Respiration, RFID etc which takes various parameters. The study focuses around 412 scientific documents such as Journals, articles, book chapters and Patents in various papers. These documents are extracted from the scopus databases after querying with the keywords related to covid patients and IOT. The articles were analysed for the time period of a few months. For this model, open source tools are used where analysis is done through Node XL, Gephi and VOSviewer. The survey prominently focuses on the type of publications, Publication by Country, Based on the geographical locations, Documents by Year, By Subject Area, By Affiliation and By Author. It was observed from the sides as English was a major language which was used in publishing of the documents. Study of Journal shows the sufficient contribution of Computer Science and Technology in detecting the Covid-19 patients.

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Buildings ; 12(3):287, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1760389

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At present, with more and more attention paid to the impact of buildings on the health and well-being of occupants, sick building syndrome (SBS) has become a global concern. Since the introduction of SBS by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1983, thousands of research literatures have been published in this field. This paper systematically arranges knowledge development of SBS through bibliometric analysis, exploring the most influential countries, institutions, journals and scholars, as well as the main subject categories and keywords. Main path analysis (MPA) was used to list development trajectory under inheritance relationship of SBS knowledge, including symptom analysis, risk factors of SBS and the improved impact of ventilation on SBS and productivity. Furthermore, it is an emerging research trend to propose SBS solution in the building design stage.

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Sustainability ; 14(5):2574, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1742635

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This study explored the differences in the effects of collective intelligence and references on open innovation between open and closed access journals. This study analyzed the moderating effect of references on the motivation of collective intelligence on open innovation from 2003 to 2006 and 2013 to 2016, considered to be the digital transformation era. The Scopus database on open and closed access journals was used for ordinary regression analysis. During the 2003–2006 period, only papers in closed access journals demonstrated sufficient effect of collective intelligence and reference on open innovation and the effective moderating role of reference. However, between 2013 and 2016, papers in open and closed access journals demonstrated the incentive effects of collective intelligence and references on citation and the moderating role of references on the correlation between collective intelligence and citation. The increase in digital transformation strengthens the collective intelligence and references of open access journals, and citations of open access journals nearly surpass those of closed access journals.

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Asian Journal of Nursing Education and Research ; 11(4):455-458, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1743257

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), a highly infectious disease, is currently affecting whole of globe with no region untouched. This Public health emergency is one of the leading causes of mortality in many of the regions of the world. Although many patients are recovering from this illness, the concern regarding Post COVID-19 complications still prevails. Various follow up studies have reported Lung fibrosis, ARDS, cardiovascular diseases, neurological and neuropsychiatric complications, multiorgan damage, and gastrointestinal complications among recovered COVID-19 patients. Thus, this evidence-based review was done focussing on published articles from the Medline, CINAHL, Social Sciences Citation Index, Psych INFO, a hand search through selected published journals and from references lists. This article provides information regarding complications experienced by recovered COVID-19 patients after being discharged from hospital, affecting their quality of life.

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Water ; 14(5):786, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1742774

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The need for water supply companies to exercise control over the operating conditions of water supply networks has contributed to the development of a number of methods for their diagnosis. The diagnostics of technical infrastructure is a constantly developing field, and therefore, over the years, we have observed the development of various methods of diagnosing network operating conditions and their classification. The article presents, in a synthetic way, the division and review of the previously used methods of diagnosing the operating conditions of water supply networks. The authors also classified and assessed the usefulness of the methods of diagnosis in specific operating conditions. The review carried out by the authors shows that there is a need for research on the detection of operating conditions of water supply networks under the operating conditions of real systems. The results of our deep analysis allow for the understanding of the most important areas of research, as well as the existing worldwide trends in the development of methods for leak diagnosis and detection in water distribution networks. This review is a compendium of knowledge on the detection and diagnosis of water supply networks.

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Sustainability ; 14(5):2895, 2022.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1742667

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The energy crisis in Pakistan has crippled the country’s economy with an energy shortfall reaching up to 6000 MW. Fortunately, Pakistan lies close to the Sun Belt and therefore receives very high irradiation. To this end, in the beginning of 2014 the Pakistani government sanctioned a solar photovoltaic project namely Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park which was rated at 1000 MW. In this study, a cost benefit analysis for the Quaid-e-Azam Solar Park has been developed. The model uses RETScreen software. In fact, a literature review pointed out that most of the previous research work with reference to cost benefit analysis for solar projects has been mainly carried out on smaller power plants. The outcome of the study shows promising results with the simple payback period coming out at 5.6 years. Furthermore, this analysis can serve as guideline for future solar photovoltaic projects in Pakistan and can help in the development and utilization of the huge solar potential of the country, thus aiding in the reduction of energy shortage. In its proposal, our research is unique and innovative in the Pakistani context. The results aim to serve as a guideline for decision makers and researchers interested in this topic.

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Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research ; 21(2):1-2, 2020.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1710644

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The Covid-19 crisis is affecting the way that we work and we're all learning how to work more remotely. It may also affect the way we go about conducting research. This pandemic is leading us all to reflect on how we do things. Researchers should take time to pause and reflect research topic and design. For example, if you're researcher you could focus on desk-based aspects of the research.In current scenario researcher can utilize their time by writing quality research paper or article or case studies. It is equally important to choose reputed journal where it can get published. How you can be productive if you work on your research project during lockdowns? Remember all those articles, research papers you've bookmarked but never read? Now is the time to revisit your bookmarks or your reference manager, and get some serious reading done. When you are busy in your daily routine work, it is difficult to find time for focused writing. If you're a Researcher, this is a good time to dedicate a few hours to writing a paper. In current scenario researcher can utilize their time by writing quality research paper or article or case studies. It is equally important to choose reputed journal where it can get published.Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research (JEEER) is a highly reputable open access journal that is affiliated with the Allied Business Academies. The Editorial Board and the Editors are appointed by the Allied Academies, Inc., a non profit association of scholars whose purpose is to encourage and support the advancement and exchange of knowledge, understanding and teaching throughout the world. The JEEER is a journal which allows for empirical, theoretical, or pedagogic issues to be explored.JEEER is an online peer-reviewed International research journal that offers a platform for economists, stock brokers, policy makers, academicians, educational institutions, researchers, scholars and student community at large to publish their latest research findings covering of various facets of Economic Environment. With 30% of acceptance, JEEER invites authors and professional to contribute their live and current subject experiences as theoretical or empirical studies. The journal focuses on disseminating the latest innovative research in the fields of macroeconomics, credit risk, normative economics, shadow economy, foreign direct investment, transformative economics, stock market participation, education and economic development, environmental economics, Micro economics, law and economics, econometric and statistical methods, pricing-to-market, etc. Your journal seeks academically rigorous papers that will appeal to theoreticians and will also have direct relevance to practitioners in above mentioned research area. Papers that use rigorous qualitative and quantitative methods in the empirical testing of theory and are strongly encouraged.The JEEER is publishing innovative and high quality theoretical and applied papers, since 2000. With over 547 articles and 21 volumes the journal has rich collection of quality research. These articles are ed/ indexed in reputed and leading research & citation database like ProQuest, Questia, MIAR, CNKI, WorldCat, JournalTOC, Open J-Gate, Citefactor SIS, Sucupira, DRJI, Ulrich's web& Google ScholarEditorial BoardJEEER has a distinguished Editorial Board with 28 members, comprising leading academics from leading international institutions. The Editorial Board exercises complete control over the editorial content of the journal. JEEER is always seeking to expand membership of the Editorial Board, and welcomes a wide range of members of the Editorial Board and editorial reviewing panels. I am pleased to mention that during the year 2019, all issues of volume 20 were published online well within the time.We look forward to working with the active and vibrant members of the Editorial Board, extensive reviewing panels, and contributors to make JEEER an accessible and leading outlet for high quality academic, theoretical, and practical research in all areas of Economics, a d their relationships to cognate disciplines. All published articles have been double blind refereed. It is our mission to foster a supportive, mentoring effort on the part of the referees which will result in encouraging and supporting researchers. We welcome different viewpoints because in those differences we improve knowledge and understanding.I take this opportunity to acknowledge the contribution of Mr. Tamer Rady during the final editing of articles published and the support rendered by the editorial assistant, Ms. Clara Smith in bringing out issues of JEEER in time. I would also like to express my gratitude to all the authors, reviewers, the publisher, the advisory and the editorial board of JEEER, and look forward to their unrelenting support in all future endeavours.

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American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education ; 85(10):1167-1168, 2021.
Article in English | ProQuest Central | ID: covidwho-1628026

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According to Highwire, the Journal's home page was accessed over 157,000 times. The Journal welcomed six new members to its Editorial Board: M. Lynn Crismon, The University of Texas at Austin;Radhika Devraj, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville;Curtis G. Jefferson, University of Washington;Anne Kugler, Western University of Health Sciences;Joel Marrs, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus;and Maria M. Thurston, Mercer University. Thank You The Editor remains indebted and thankful for all the associate editors, editorial board members, manuscript reviewers, authors and the AACP Board of Directors and staff for their continued efforts and support of the Journal.

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