Citations with the tag: COMPETITION
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- Flow control measures reflect rising value of solid waste
Darcey, Sue // World Wastes; Jul1992, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p58
No abstract available.
- The impact of time lags in competitor response on competition.
Bukszar, Ed // Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences (Canadian Journal of; Jun97, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p166
Discusses the impact of time lags in competitor response on competition in Canada. First-mover advantages; Increase in the cognitive complexity of the task of tracking and sorting out competitive actions or signals which inhibit tacit collusions; Result of combining time-lagged and nonlagged...
- Strategies for success.
Hrisak, Daniel M. // Chartered Accountants Journal; Sep97, Vol. 76 Issue 8, p64
Reports on survey results concerning industrial competition in business markets of the United States. Need for changes in strategy; Trend towards similarity among established businesses; Reasons for success of newcomers to the industrial market.
- AA prize for unbuilt work 1995.
Hampson, Alice; Thomson, Sheona // Architecture Australia; Mar/Apr95, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p46
Focuses on a competition for unbuilt projects. Number of entries received; Winners of competition; Jurors of competition.
- Competitions can they work?
Stanisic, Frank; Olsson, Russell // Architecture Australia; May/Jun95, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p70
Focuses on design competition in Australia. Number of competitions at present; Advice to competitors; Amount of funds a sponsor may contribute; Government interest in competitions; Benefit of competitions; Potential for competitions.
- Germany a role model?
Kazanski, Boris // Architecture Australia; May/Jun95, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p75
Looks at Germany architecture and urban design competition structure. Competition code; Competition divides into three types; Prize money.
- Some of the outstanding books on E.C. competition law.
Korah, Valentine // Antitrust Bulletin; Win95, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p973
Reviews several books on competition law in the European Community. Includes `Common Market Law of Competition,' by C. Bellamy and G. Child; `Competition Law of the European Community,' by Ivo Van Bael and Jean-Francois Bellis; `Commercial Agreements and Competition Law: Practice and Procedure...
- Business prospects in a competitive world.
Jayne II, E. Randolph // Business Economics; Jan1994, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p24
Provides a business executive's point of view of what American business can do to compete more effectively in world markets. Internal issues; Government's role; Foreign markets.
- Competitiveness of the US.
Simms, M. // Black Enterprise; Jul87, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p37
Interest in competitiveness is generated by the deterioration of the US position in the world market. One of the important variables is the American worker. Contains proposals set forth for addressing this problem. Impact on black businesses.
- High-tech: Weapon of choice.
Carr, Reo // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 02/02/98, Issue 322259, p30
Editorial. Discusses the similarities of modern warfare and business competition. Comparison between the conduct of war and business; Equate intensity of warfare with the conduct of business; Weapons employed in business competition; Multiple adversaries and competitors in business.
- Dynamic measures of competitiveness: Are the geese still flying in formation?
Rose, Andrew K. // FRBSF Economic Letter; 05/30/97, Vol. 97 Issue 17, p1
Explores the phenomenon known as the `flying geese formation' as well as the measurement of the competitiveness of a country. Definition of competitiveness; Measurement of the export competitiveness of a country; Description of the phenomenon using Japan as an example; Shifting in the patterns...
- Making U.S. industry more competitive: Myths and realities.
Moon, H. Chang; Goodrich, James A. // Review of Business; Spring96, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p18
Discusses the myths and realities of making industries more competitive. Myths of protectionism; Limits to macroeconmics; Sources of American competitiveness; Global market strategy; Devaluation and budget balancing.
- No-win situations.
Kohn, A. // Women's Sports & Fitness; Jul/Aug90, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p56
Opinion. Argues that competition undermines self-esteem and relationships, and keeps people from doing and being their best, and proposes ways to modify games to make them less competitive and more fun.
- Who wins? Who cares?
Nelson, M.B. // Women's Sports & Fitness; Jul/Aug90, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p57
Opinion. Discusses the difference in competitive attitudes in sports between men and women, and how women generally play with, not against, opponents, using each other's accomplishments to inspire themselves.
- Strengthening American international competitiveness: A recommended strategy.
Amin, Sammy G.; Hagen, Abdalla F. // American Business Review; Jan1998, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p94
Recommends a strategy for strengthening international competitiveness of the United States. Difficulties facing US global marketing competitiveness; Includes productivity; Investment; International trade; Technological development; Product quality; Educational system; Political-legal environment.
- Competitiveness study offers ideas for change.
Hatch, Addy // Journal of Business (10756124); 10/2/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 20, pA5
Reports on a study of the competitiveness of Spokane, Washington, conducted by the Spokane Regional Chamber of Commerce. Assessment of city and county government operations to determine what they could do to make the region more business-friendly; Proposed creation of a joint city-county...
- The shifting sands of competitive advantage.
Werther Jr., William C.; Kerr, Jeffrey L. // Business Horizons; May/Jun95, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p11
Discusses changes in the nature of industrial competition. Use of multiple, interactive competencies to gain competitive edge; Basis of competition shifts; Identification of multiple competencies; Competency development and organizational culture.
- General news.
Werther Jr., William C.; Kerr, Jeffrey L. // Food Manufacture; Dec95, Vol. 70 Issue 12, p7
Reports on the winner of the Food Ingredient Awards competition which was the egg white called `Progres.' Description of egg; Developed by whom; Number of finalist in competition; Export target set to reach by British's food and drink industry; Sale of Golden Wonder by Dalgety plc; Increase in...
- Glasgow scoops the pool.
Werther Jr., William C.; Kerr, Jeffrey L. // Food Manufacture; May98, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p6
Presents information on the result of the Foodexcellence competition for new products. Who won first prize in the competition; Who organized the contest; Identity of the overall winner; Information on other prize winners.
- Countering competition's dark side.
MacLeish, Rod // Christian Science Monitor; 7/17/96, Vol. 88 Issue 162, p19
Discusses the dark side of competitions and how to counter it. Competition in nature and human affairs; Ethnic wars in Chechnya and Lebanon; Major countries holding elections in 1996; Holding of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia; Psychological importance of the games.
- Competition is a skill that can be taught.
Berryman, Anne // Georgia Trend; Aug97, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p70
Presents information on how to maintain a competitive edge. Views of Dr. Stan Beecham, sports psychologist of the University of Georgia Bulldogs; How to develop competitive skills; Importance of expecting to win.
- Evolution of Federal Involvement.
Berryman, Anne // Congressional Digest; Dec92, Vol. 71 Issue 12, p290
Presents an excerpt from an October 1992 Library of Congress Congressional Research Service report entitled `Productivity, Competitiveness and U.S. Living Standards.' Policy; Government assistance; Semiconductor devices; Machine tools; Steel mill products; Joint production ventures; More.
Heath, Rebecca Piirto // Marketing Tools; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p52
Focuses on the use of competitive intelligence (CI), the process of gathering actionable information on the competitive environment. Case studies; Features of an effective CI; Role of CI in the development of strategic and tactical decisions.
- Chapter 4: Special Report.
Heath, Rebecca Piirto // Philippines Business Forecast Report; 2010 3rd Quarter, p27
The article focuses on the competition between India and China to dominate the Indian Ocean which has led the tension in jeopardizing global stability.
Levinson, Jay Conrad // Entrepreneur; Jan1998, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p94
Presents instruction on how to gather information on business competitors. Benefits of requesting information directly; Importance of comparing and evaluating competitors; Need to improve performance if competitor offer superior services or products.
- Chapter 4: Special Report.
Levinson, Jay Conrad // UAE Business Forecast Report; 2010 3rd Quarter, p25
The article offers information on the rapid emergence of the Indian Ocean as a zone of great power competition, with India and China set to be the primary contenders in 2010.
- Good luck.
Levinson, Jay Conrad // National Geographic World; Jan98, Issue 269, p37
Presents information for school-level competitors in the National Geography Bee, sponsored by the National Geographic Society and Sylvan Learning Centers, which will be held on December 1, 1997 to January 9, 1998.
- Review of Competition Law and Policy in Canada.
Wise, Michael // OECD Journal of Competition Law & Policy; 2003, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p47
Discusses competition policy in Canada. Balance between competition policy principles and national interests; International trade issues in competition policy and enforcement; Limits of competition policy.
- How to plan for competition.
Thompson, R. // Nation's Business; Jul87, Vol. 75 Issue 7, p16
When small businesses are faced with tough competition, one must identify and plan for the pressures. Examples of successful entrepreneurs. INSET: Channeling employee creativeness..
- Congress should move quickly on issues critical to competitiveness.
Thompson, R. // Nation's Business; Oct91, Vol. 79 Issue 10, p79
Editorial. Urges Congress to focus on several issues vital to the future of American companies and their competitiveness; Transportation; Energy; Banking system; Other areas; What Congress should do; Negative consequences of inaction.
- Economic & technological competition.
Thompson, R. // Newsweek; 1/26/87 Supplement, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p39
Editorial. Everyone favors competitiveness, an in-vogue concept that feeds our fears of becoming second-rate. But the idea is a political advertising triumph whose appeal is its ambiguity. Competitiveness has become a catchall, but change is unlikely. Most of our cliches about our state of...
- Chapter 4: Special Report.
Thompson, R. // Chile Business Forecast Report; 2010 3rd Quarter, p35
The article reports on the Indian Ocean which quickly emerge as a zone of great power competition, wherein China and India set to be the main contenders.
- West and East look far and wide.
Lyster, Michael // World Trade; Feb97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p22
States that Germany must juggle challenges of reunification with a repositioning for global competition. Result of 1990 fall of Berlin Wall in Germany; How Chancellor Helmut Kohl tried to keep Germany competitive; Stakes in Germany's reform gambit; General election faced by Kohl's Christian...
- Strategy for hypercompetition is disruption, service, front line.
Peters, Tom // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 10/31/94 & 11/7/94, Vol. 6 Issue 13, Focus Magazine p20
Provides insights on corporate competitions as discussed during the grand finale of the Whittemore Conference on Hypercompetition at Dartmouth, New Hampshire's Amos Tuck school of Business. Definition of the term `hypercompetition'; Disruption, service and front line as the three main factors...
- Agribusiness competitiveness across national boundaries.
Martin, Larry; Westgren, Randall // American Journal of Agricultural Economics; Dec91, Vol. 73 Issue 5, p1456
Develops a framework for assessing the competitive state of an industry. Importance of international competitiveness particularly in the Canadian agri-food industry; Evolution of the Canadian food sector behind a protective tariff wall; Removal by the Canada-U.S. Trade Agreement; Lack of...
- Get to know the competition.
Gitomer, Jeffrey // Northern New Jersey Business; 6/14/95, Vol. 3 Issue 12, p22
Gives advice on how to deal with competition. Knowledge on market standing and major customers of competition; Sales strategy; Identification of weak points.
- Globalisation and industrial competitiveness.
Gassmann, Hanspeter // OECD Observer; Dec95/Jan96, Issue 197, p38
Analyzes the impact of globalization on industrial competitiveness. Changes in industrial policy concept; Defining the concept of competitiveness; Elements of policies for promoting industrial competitiveness; Importance of promoting small and medium-sized enterprises (SME). INSETS: A helping...
- Competition isn't always a good thing.
Matters, Garry // Business Journal Serving Southern Tier, CNY, Mohawk Valley, Fing; 7/24/95, Vol. 9 Issue 15, p4
Discusses the negative implications of competition in the state of New York. Effects of tax abatements, payment-in-lieu-of taxes agreements; free land, free buildings, and free or subsidized training on the jobs of New Yorkers; Opinion of the author that most economic development appears to be...
- The friction-free economy.
Case, John // Inc.; Jun96, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p27
Looks at how businesses are facing increased competition in the 1990s, just as barriers to competition are evaporating. Fading of barriers such as distance, restrictive regulations and imperfect information; Factors including air travel, credit cards and the Internet which have caused this; How...
- Trustee award nominations due.
Case, John // Modern Healthcare; 10/13/97, Vol. 27 Issue 41, p20
States that nominations for the Modern Health-Care-Governance Institute Trustee of the Year competition are due. When are the nominations due; Information on the competition; Details on how to enter the competition; Identification of the co-sponsor.
Houghton, James R. // Vital Speeches of the Day; 2/15/95, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p268
Presents speech given by the chairman of Corning Inc. before the 15th Hatfield Lecture in Cornell University on November 3, 1994, dealing with issue of global competition and the power of the people. Need to adapt to changes in the business environment; Shift in the economic balance; Importance...
- Giving new meaning to the competitive edge.
Burkan, Wayne // Journal for Quality & Participation; Mar/Apr98, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p14
Looks at the competitive edge in the business sector, relating to competition. Names of companies which have achieved success, despite the existence of other competitors; Detailed information on how to sharpen the competitive edge.
Burkan, Wayne // Atlantic Economic Journal; Mar1990, Vol. 18 Issue 1, Number 1 p65
Presents an abstract of the article `External Competitiveness in Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis for the Caribbean,' by Daniel Boamah.
Burkan, Wayne // Atlantic Economic Journal; Sep90, Vol. 18 Issue 3, Number 3 p109
Presents an abstract of the article `Sovereign Competition in the EC--Is Twelve Enough?' by Henry Thomassen. Competitive interaction among state governments in the European Economic Community.
- U.S. Competitiveness 2001.
Burkan, Wayne // Research Technology Management; May/Jun2001, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p62
Reviews the report `U.S. Competitiveness 2001: Strengths, Vulnerabilities and Long-Term Priorities,' by Michael Porter and Debra van Opstal.
- Victoria Falls: Zam or Zim?
Burkan, Wayne // Southern African Tourism Update; Apr/May2011, Issue 218, p34
The article reports on the competition between Zimbabwe and Zambia with regard to tourists visiting Victoria Falls in Africa.
- Downsizing is out, quality and service are in.
Burkan, Wayne // Corporate Board; Mar/Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 67, p29
Focuses on the results of a survey on improving a business' competitiveness. Customer service and quality management concerns; Use of recognition awards.
- 112th Fort Worth Stock Show opens.
Burkan, Wayne // Malakoff News (TX); 1/18/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p1B
The article reports on the competition participated by Cedar Creek Lake area and 4-H students in traditional and new contests during the 112th annual Forth Worth Stock Show and Rodeo in Texas.
- Competitiveness success masks long-term problem.
Lepkowski, Wil // Travel Agent; 7/18/94, Vol. 271 Issue 12, p22
Presents on the findings of the survey conducted by the Washington, D.C.-based Council on Competitiveness which were revealed in the special Competitive Index report. Reason for positive outlook for the United States competitive position; Criticism on competitiveness concept from Massachusetts...
- `Shop' your competitors.
Lepkowski, Wil // Sell!ng; Mar1998, Vol. 5 Issue 8, p4
Proposes the acquisition of pricing and product quotations or shopping from competitors. Development of a periodic shopping of competitors; Creation of shopping report summarizing the unique features of each competitor.