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Jasmine Siu Lee Lam and Dong-Wook Song

, Industrial Marketing Management, doi:10.1016/ j.indmarman.2011.05.002. 50. Paulraj, A., Lado, A.A. and Chen, I.J. (2008), Interorganizational communication as a relational competency: Antecedents and performance outcomes in collaborative buyer- supplier relationships , Journal of Operations Management, 26(1), 45-64. 51. Pettit, S. J., and Beresford, A. K. C. (2009), Port development: from gateways to logistics hubs , Maritime Policy and Management, 36(3), 253-267. 52. Perez-Labajos, C. and Blanco, B., (2004), Competitive

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Gernot Stöglehner

of these methods are based on five to eight dimensions of criteria that are specified by evaluative questions or criteria addressed to specific plans. These dimensions are e.g. adequacy of context, 'rational model' considerations, procedural validity, adequacy of scope, guidance for implementation, approach-data-methodology, quality of communication, plan format ( Bear 1997 ), issue identification and vision, goals, fact base, policies, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, internai consistency, organisation and presentation, inter-organisational coordination

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Jörg Radtke

://www.carmen-ev.de/files/Sonne_Wind_und_Co/Akzeptanz/Akzeptanzbroschuere.pdf (29.07.2015) Cass, N.; Walker, G. (2009): Emotion and rationality: The characterisation and evaluation of opposition to renewable energy projects. In: Emotion, Space and Society 2(1), 62–69. 10.1016/j.emospa.2009.05.006 Cass N. Walker G. 2009 Emotion and rationality: The characterisation and evaluation of opposition to renewable energy projects Emotion, Space and Society 2 1 62 – 69 Cho, H.; Reimer, T.; McComas, K. A. (Hrsg.) (2015): The Sage handbook of risk communication. Los Angeles. Cho H Reimer T. McComas K. A. (Hrsg.) 2015

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Michael Bentlage, Anne Wiese, Arno Brandt, Alain Thierstein and Frank Witlox

1 Introduction The spatial organization of industrial activities has undergone dramatic change in the past 50 years ( Dicken 2011 ). Globalization and the rise of information and communication technologies (ICT) have propelled the restructuring of value chains and knowledge networks ( Derudder/Witlox 2010 ; Brown/Derudder/Parnreiteretal. 2010 ). The maritime economy has been instrumental to economic change and the formation of the urban system in Germany by producing knowledge and innovations for centuries. Recently, structural change has propelled the

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Donatas Jonikas

.1002/smj.939 Dicken, P., 2011: Global shift: mapping the changing contours of world economy. Sixth Edition, New York, London: The Guilford Press. Dyer, J.H., 1997: Effective interfirm collaboration: how firms minimize transaction costs and maximize transaction value. In: Strategic Management Journal , Vol. 18, No. 7, pp. 553-556. European Commission, 2002: Communication from the Commission concerning corporate social responsibility: a business contribution to sustainable development, available at: http

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Stefania Capogna and Alessandro Figus

and Society (DiES), University of Studies, Sapienza of Rome Capogna S. (2007), The local implementation structures between new management skills and inter-organizational networks “, in” Quaderni di Ricerca “, DieS, Sapienza University of Rome. Capogna S. (2014), A school of social media, Aracne, Rome. Calvelli (1998), Scelte d’impresa e mercati internazionali, Giappichelli Editore, Torino. Cau M. (2016), Periphery in the center: spaces and events for new community ties, Einaudi Research and Documentation Center, WP-2WEL 3/16. Cialdini R