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Grupos estratégicos: estudo da concorrência no setor farmacêutico brasileiro; Strategic Groups: analysis of the competition in the Brazilian pharmaceutical industry

Weber, Wilson
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 15/03/2011 PT
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Este trabalho foca os grupos estratégicos, que são, de certa forma, o resultado de uma análise estrutural realizada dentro de um setor. Até o começo dos anos 1970, era comum aceitar que as empresas de um setor de atividades eram afetadas pelas mesmas demandas e restrições ambientais e tinham de superar as mesmas barreiras de entrada. Era de se esperar que as empresas se assemelhassem. Naquela década, Hunt fez o primeiro estudo sobre grupos estratégicos e descobriu que as empresas de um setor eram impactadas em níveis diferentes pelas condições externas, tinham de superar barreiras de entrada diferentes e podiam seguir estratégias próprias. De acordo com essas descobertas, as empresas de um setor poderiam ser agrupadas com base em conjuntos de características distintivas. Para classificar as empresas de um setor em grupos, é exigida dos analistas uma boa compreensão do setor e dos concorrentes, o que nos leva às análises setorial e da concorrência, ambas intrinsecamente conectadas, mas sem uma ordem de precedência estabelecida entre elas. A análise da concorrência exige dos analistas a difícil tarefa de obter e interpretar uma grande variedade de informações sobre os concorrentes, como seus objetivos, seus pressupostos sobre si mesmos...

A discussion paper on challenges and proposals for advanced treatments for potabilization of wastewater in the food industry.

LUIZ, D. B.; JOSÉ, H. J.; MOREIRA, R. F. P. M.
Fonte: In: VALDEZ, B. (Ed.). Scientific, health and social aspects of the food industry. Croatia: InTech, 2012. Publicador: In: VALDEZ, B. (Ed.). Scientific, health and social aspects of the food industry. Croatia: InTech, 2012.
Tipo: Capítulo em livro técnico-científico (ALICE)
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There are many studies and reviews on advanced processes to treat secondary wastewater from industries which also address the challenges and limitations to water reuse and the hygienic concerns especially in food industries. However, the challenges associated with treating a secondary wastewater to provide drinking water quality become clear when real wastewater is treated in batch and in pilot scale. The limitations are several, particularly in food industries. Hence, this review aims to present an overview and a discussion regarding the challenges and proposals related to the advanced treatment of food industry wastewater to provide drinking water quality, elucidating some experimental and theoretical questions surrounding such processes. Valuable experimental advice which is not usually found in research papers will be provided, for instance, which oxidation treatment should be chosen, which initial experiments should be carried, and which methodology should be followed to evaluate the kinetics constants in different situations will be provided, along with methodology issues.; 2012

Revoking the quarantine to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle, sheep, other ruminants, and swine

United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
Fonte: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry ( [Washington, D.C.] ) Publicador: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry ( [Washington, D.C.] )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 1 sheet : ; 23 cm.
Publicado em // ENGLISH
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(Statement of Responsibility) U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.; B.A.I. order 338; "Effective on August 24, 1932"

Regulations governing the preparation, sale, barter, exchange, shipment, and importation of viruses, serums, toxins, and analogous products intended for use in the treatment of domestic animals

United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
Fonte: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry ( [Washington, D.C.] ) Publicador: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry ( [Washington, D.C.] )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 2 p. : ; 23 cm.
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(Statement of Responsibility) U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.; Amendment 10 to B.A.I. order 276.; "Effective on and after October 1, 1933"

Rule 7-- Revoking the quarantine to prevent the spread of foot-and-mouth disease in cattle, sheep, other ruminants, and swine

United States -- Bureau of Animal Industry
Fonte: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry ( [Washington, D.C.] ) Publicador: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry; U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry ( [Washington, D.C.] )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 1 sheet : ; 23 cm.
Publicado em // ENGLISH
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(Statement of Responsibility) U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry.; B.A.I. order 160; "Effective on and after April 24, 1909"

Interpreting the emergence and development of high technology electronics industry clusters in selected second tier global regions.

Grill, Ronald John
Fonte: Universidade de Adelaide Publicador: Universidade de Adelaide
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2014
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The thesis focuses on the high technology electronics industry and why and how electronics manufacturing firms emerged, developed and evolved endogenously into dense industry clusters in a limited number of selected, small and relatively isolated second tier cities. These developments occurred in small regions rather than in large established industrial centres. The high technology electronics industry typically produces small volumes of highly complex, high value-added, customisable, intellectual property-based products and systems for commercial, industrial and professional applications in sectors including food, health, security, transport, government, communications, manufacturing, defence, education and research. The high technology electronics industry developed in parallel to the large, typically multinational firms, which mass-produce high volumes of standardised consumer electronics products for personal communication, information and entertainment. The parallel development of these two sectors provides significant contrast since the high technology electronics industry, although significantly larger in revenue and employment than the consumer electronics sector, is less understood by governments and communities. The research examines the widely studied high technology electronics industry in Silicon Valley...

An Investigation into printing industry demographics

Romano, Frank; Soom, Marnie
Fonte: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT
Tipo: Monograph Formato: 3609552 bytes; application/pdf
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What is the printing industry? The goal of this study is to define the printing industry universe. There are about a dozen major sources of information about the printing industry, only one of which is the Federal Government. Although printing is one of the most documented industries in the United States, each of these sources arrives at a different view for the size and scope of the industry. This report investigates the challenges in developing a meaningful set of criteria for defining and quantifying the printing industry. Using the criteria from 15 points of definition, a database of just under 3,000 firms was developed and all relevant data sources were reviewed. The goal was to list all of the major printing firms in a comprehensive database and to understand the demographics of the largest printers, as well as a sampling of medium and small printers. The results found that lass than 1,000 firms represented 65% of the revenue of the entire industry.; A Research Monograph of the Printing Industry Center at RIT

Determinants of environmental innovation adoption in the printing industry

Rothenberg, Sandra; Zyglidopoulos, Stelios
Fonte: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT
Tipo: Monograph Formato: 3450955 bytes; application/pdf
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In this paper, the impact that the task environment has on the adoption of environmental innovations by firms is examined. Specifically, the impact of two dimensions of a firm's external context - munificence and dynamism - is investigated. Both of these factors are studied by drawing on the relevant literature, developing a number of hypotheses, and testing these hypotheses with data drawn from the U.S. printing industry. The major findings are that firms in highly dynamic environments, as well as firms that have adopted productive innovations, are more likely to adopt a greater number of environmental innovations.; A Research Monograph of the Printing Industry Center at RIT

Media distribution in the printing industry

Cummings, Twyla; LeMaire, Bernice
Fonte: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT
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Distribution of printed materials involves the movement of product from the production site to an internal (e.g., warehouse) or external (e.g., customer) location. Key issues in physical distribution include cost, materials handling, storage, and safety (Cummings & Chhita, 2004b). Following printing and binding, printed materials are sometimes entered directly into a distribution channel to be delivered to the ultimate reader or user. Printed materials frequently are warehoused for later distribution. This traditional workflow is known as print-and-distribute (Lamparter, 1998; Cost, 2005). A new workflow reverses these steps and distributes a job in electronic format to a remotely located print site for reproduction. This workflow has been described as “print’s great paradigm shift,” or, distribute-and-print. CAP Ventures, a market research and strategic consulting firm for the digital imaging and document solutions industry, defines distribute-and-print as “electronically distributing a file and then physically printing the job near the point of final delivery” (Miley, 2003).; A Research Monograph of the Printing Industry Center at RIT

Success under adversity: Differentiating leaders from laggards during hard times in the printing industry

Freeman, Steven; Rothenberg, Sandra
Fonte: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Research Center at RIT
Tipo: Monograph Formato: 8693799 bytes; application/pdf
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The goal of this paper is to understand the factors that contribute to resilience in the printing industry. We begin by outlining a theoretical model of resilience and a method for conducting exploratory research. The heart of the paper is the presentation of survey and interview data to test and build upon the theoretical model. We conclude with plans for future research.; A Research Monograph of the Printing Industry Center at RIT

Print Review; New RIT Book Focuses on Personalized Digital Printing; Variation in Premedia Color and the Potential Automation of Imaging Tasks; E-Commerce in the Printing Industry; Media Distribution in the Printing Industry; about the Center; about the Print Review

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

Print Review; Color in Package Printing; 2006 Symposium; Color Printing Outreach; Case Studies on Environmental Strategies; Printing as an Industry, Commodity, and Activity; New Program at School of Print Media; about the Center; about the PrintReview

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

Print Review; NewPage Teams with RIT's Printing Industry Center; GPO’s ‘Future Digital System'; Color Printing Outreach: RIT's New Training Initiative; Strategic Alliances in the Printing Industry; about the Center; about the Print Review

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

Print Review; Avery Dennison Teams with RIT's Printing Industry Center; Emerging Global Print Markets: India, China & Russia; about the Center; about the Print Review

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center Publicador: Printing Industry Center
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

What is print? A Characterization of the printing industry in the United States

Printing Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Monograph
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Print touches our lives constantly in the form of product packaging, books, newspapers, magazines, mail, or any of the wide variety of printed items we use every day. We consume it without even thinking about it. To treat printing as a stand-alone product, service, or process is impossible. It is a manufacturing industry in the strictest sense, but it is also a service industry. There are a number of other industries and services intertwined with printing, such as paper manufacturing, ink manufacturing, equipment manufacturing, print finishing, graphic design, marketing, distribution, mailing, and fulfillment services. This report will briefly touch on these ancillary industries as needed, but is not an exhaustive discussion of the relationships (be they financial, historical, or physical) between all of these and the printing industry. Instead, this report is intended to be an introduction to printing and its many facets. References, an appendix on the history of the industry, and a suggested reading list have been provided for further study.; RIT Printing Industry Center research monograph.

Print Review; Democrat and Chronicle Teams with RIT’s Printing Industry Center; Printing Industry Center Releases First 2008-2009 Monograph; Exploring the Image Quality Gap

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center Publicador: Printing Industry Center
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

An Investigation into printing industry trends

Romano, Frank
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
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The Printing Industry Center at RIT hosted a colloquium to discuss methodologies used to measure, track, and project the future of the printing industry. Four economists, three with a relationship to the printing industry, responded to a series of questions about the past, present and future of various aspects of the printing business and its relationship to society. A group of approximately 60 RIT faculty, RIT graduate students, and Industry Partners of the Center attended.; Document #PICRM-2003-01 Research Area: Industry Definition and Strategic Analysis; RIT, Alfred P Sloan Foundation, Adobe, Creo, R R Donnelley, HP, Heidelberg, IBM, MeadWestvaco, Nexpress, NPES, Standard Register, VIGC, Weyerhaeuser, Xerox

Print Review; Leadership Changes in the RIT School of Print Media; How Advertising Agencies Influence the Demand for Personalized Printing; Where Does Print Fit Into the Media Buying Landscape of Advertising Agencies?; An Investigation Into Printing Industry Demographics; about the Center; about the Print Review

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

Print Review; RIT Industry Education; RIT Print Sciences Seminars; Personalized Printing and Customer Relationship Marketing (CRM) Systems; Experimental Environmental Programs in the Printing Industry; Digital Integration and the Lean Manufacturing Practices of U.S. Printing Firms; How Marketing Executives Influence the Demand for Personalized Printing; about the Center; about the PrintReview

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.

Print Review; Sloan Foundation Renews Partnership with RIT's Printing Industry Center; Successful Business Models for Digital Printing; Trends in Fulfillment Services; Selling Small and Smart; about the Center; about the Print Review

Print Industry Center
Fonte: Printing Industry Center at RIT Publicador: Printing Industry Center at RIT
Tipo: Newsletter
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The PrintReview is produced quarterly exclusively for Affiliates of the Printing Industry Center at RIT.