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factors of farmers’ afforestation investment: a case study of rural household in Fujian Province. - Issues of Forestry Economics, 30, 322-325. (In Chinese). Zhang, D., Ding, L., Xia, H. 2007. Analysis on the farmers’ desire to join in farmers’ specialized cooperative organization based on the logistic model. - Journal of Henan Agricultural University, 3, 33-341. (In Chinese). Zhang, H., Zhang, Z.G. 2009. Game behavior analysis about construction and development of forestry cooperation organization. China Population. - Resources and Environment, 22, 107-111. Zhang, J

., Søilen, K. S. (2012), “An evaluation of Business Intelligence Software systems in SMEs – a case study”, Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 51-57. 25. Obeidat, M., North, M., Richardson, R., Rattanak, V., North, S. (2015), “Business Intelligence Technology, Applications, and Trends”, International Management Review, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 47-56. 26. Pejić-Bach, M., Zoroja, J., Čeljo, A. (2017), “An extension of the technology acceptance model for business intelligence systems: project management maturity perspective”, International Journal of

a methodological standpoint, they add support for the inherent suitability of employing the case study methodology for an investigation into the chosen research topic. Methodological analysis of the SAP literature Remaining true to the very essence of a practice perspective to research, i.e. proclivities towards the actual ‘doing’ of strategy work on the part of practitioners, the dominant research methodologies are conducive to an in-depth analysis of the focus of investigation ( Table 1 ). Of the 48 empirical papers reviewed featuring some form of primary data

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Economics and Finance , vol. 26, pp. 109-113, 2015. [4] O. Ganschar, S. Gerlach, M. Hämmerle, T. Krause and S. Schlund. “Produktionsarbeit der Zukunft-Industrie 4.0,” Ed. Dieter Spath, Stuttgart: Fraunhofer Verlag, 2013. [5] T. Hollweck, “Robert K. Yin. (2014). Case Study Research Design and Methods (5 th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 282 pages.,” The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation , Mar. 2016. [6] B. Kalyani. “Problems faced by small scale entrepreneurs of the industrial estates of the Madurai region.” The ICFAI Journal of Management Research , vol. 7, no. 2

). Conradie, P. (2010). Knowledge management as a sustainable competitive advantage in the steel industry”. Minidissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree Master in Business Administration at the Vanderbijlpark campus of the North-West University, available at: http://dspace.nwu.ac.za/handle/10394/4806 Eisenhardt, K.M. (1989). Building theories from case study research. The Academy of Management Review, 14(4), 532-550, http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/258557 Eunni, R.V., Kasuganti, R.R. & Kos, A.J. (2006). Knowledge management processes in

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The article deals with issues related to contemporary education towards selected phenomena using the case study method. In recent years, the proposed topic is important. Very often, the presentation of aspects related to the case study in a much better perspective illustrates difficulties and problematic issues concerning social, medical or psychological phenomena. Analysis of a single case, using a detailed description, which is usually a real case, allowing to draw conclusions about the causes and results of its course and technical, cultural, social conditions, etc. The phenomenon of suicide is a very complicated process. To understand this issue thoroughly, modern teaching methods are used, thanks to which the adoption and understanding of even difficult material is used. The work is therefore of a theoretical and practical nature, as examples of case studies from conducted scientific research carried out on a group of people after suicide attempt from 2014 will be presented.

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Case study of safe working conditions in spanish merchant ships

Objective This paper aims to show a practical case study of safety assessment concerning possible injuries and fire occurring in the engine room on-board a merchant ship, due to fatigue.

Methods The methodology was centred in literature hazard identification, measurements in real ships and heat stress indices definition.

Results Some corrections are proposed in order to obtain a safe environment for workers in the engine control room and to prevent fatigue risks at the engine room. This will allow adequate oil leakage detection and, as a consequence, improve fire prevention.

Discussion Training is a preventive control option, but this study allows the understanding of new corrective control options like design corrections.

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In this case study, the course and assessment of a work noise problem in a laboratory environment are described. Noise measurements are performed for the evaluation of workplace noise levels caused by the dominant sources at the site of the investigation. The results are evaluated according to the current Hungarian legislation, which is harmonized with the directives of the European Union. Based on the results noise protection interventions are shown to be required and proposals are described to solve the current situation.