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Table of Contents
Preface................................................................................................................................................. xvii
Chapter 1
The Idea of a Green New Deal in a Quintuple Helix Model of Knowledge, Know-How
and Innovation...................................................................................................................................... 1
Thorsten D. Barth, University of Vienna, Austria
Chapter 2
The Semi-Aquatic Theory: Semi-Aquatic Evolutionary Phase and Environment, Language
Development of Modern Humans. With a Short Epilog on Conceptualized Evolution,
Social Ecology and the Quintuple Helix................................................................................................ 16
George S. Campbell, Austria
David F. J. Campbell, University of Klagenfurt, Austria
Chapter 3
The Evaluation of the Implementation of Sustainability Norms: An Exercise for Experts or
Citizens?................................................................................................................................................. 32
Helga Pülzl, University of Salzburg, Austria, & Rutgers University, USA
Doris Wydra, University of Salzburg, Austria
Chapter 4
Reflections on Mode 3, the Co-Evolution of Knowledge and Innovation Systems and How It
Relates to Sustainable Development: Conceptual Framework for “Epistemic Governance”............... 46
Alice B. M. Vadrot, Interdisciplinary Centre for Comparative Research in the Social
Science (ICCR), Austria
Chapter 5
A Study of Tourist Perceptions of Overseas Travel Stress While Visiting Bangkok, Thailand............. 56
Adarsh Batra, Assumption University, Thailand
Chapter 6
Employee Behavioral Intentions in Adopting Information Technology: The Case of the
Greek Hotel Industry.............................................................................................................................. 73
Anastasia A. Katou, University of Macedonia, Greece
Margarita A. Vogiatzi, Technical Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
Chapter 7
Ecotourism for Community Development: A Stakeholder’s Perspective in Great Himalayan
National Park......................................................................................................................................... 88
S. P. Bansal, Himachal Pradesh University, India
Jaswinder Kumar, Himachal Pradesh University, India
Chapter 8
Sustainable Tourism Development in India: An Empirical Examination of Stakeholders’
Perceptions............................................................................................................................................. 99
Mohinder C. Dhiman, Kurukshetra University, India
Arvind Kumar Dubey, Indira Gandhi National Open University, India
Chapter 9
Sustainable Development of Pilgrimage Tourism in Jammu Region: An Investigation of
Rural Residents’ Attitude..................................................................................................................... 112
Vinay Chauhan, University of Jammu, India
Chapter 10
Community Based Eco Cultural Heritage Tourism for Sustainable Development in the
Asian Region: A Conceptual Framework............................................................................................ 124
G. Poyya Moli, Pondicherry University, India
Chapter 11
How to Survive in an Environment of Technological Changes: A Sustainable Technology
Strategy for SMEs................................................................................................................................ 141
Antonino Ardilio, Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, Germany
Joachim Warschat, Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, Germany
Chapter 12
Option Value Embedded on the Brazilian Flex and Sustainable Vehicles........................................... 157
Alceu S. Camargo, Jr., Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Abraham S. O. Yu, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Paulo Tromboni de S. Nascimento, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Jose Vidal Belinetti, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
José J. Marques, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Leandro J. Morilhas, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
Chapter 13
The Effect of Business Characteristics on the Methods of Knowledge Protections............................ 172
Xu Bin, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tan Kay Chuan, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Chapter 14
TQM for Sustainable Development through NPD in Developing Countries...................................... 201
Fasil Taddese, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Hiroshi Osada, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Chapter 15
Forecasting Renewable Energy Technologies in Desalination and Power Generation
Using Taxonomies................................................................................................................................ 219
Gihan Dawelbait, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE
Andreas Henschel, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE
Toufic Mezher, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE
Wei Lee Woon, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE
Chapter 16
Common Problems and Lessons Learned from Managing Large-Scale US Government
IS/IT Projects....................................................................................................................................... 234
Peerasit Patanakul, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
Saif Syed Omar, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA
Chapter 17
A Hybrid Style of E-Learning in MBA Education Across Borders..................................................... 253
Caroline Benton, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Rémy Magnier-Watanabe, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Harald Herrig, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Olivier Aba, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France
Chapter 18
Strategic Environmental Assessment as a Tool to Develop Power in Transboundary Water
Basin Settings...................................................................................................................................... 269
Jakob J. Granit, Stockholm International Water Institute, Sweden
R. Michael King, SNC-Lavalin Inc., Canada
Raymond Noël, Newaygo Consultants Inc., Canada
Chapter 19
When Low-Carbon means Low-Cost: Putting Lessons from Nature to work in our Cities................ 282
Stephen J. Salter, Farallon Consultants Limited, Canada
Chapter 20
Application of Methodologies for Environmental Flow Determination in an Andean
and a Mediterranean Basin: Two Case Studies of the Pance River (Colombia) and
Wadi River (Palestine) Basin............................................................................................................... 296
Yesid Carvajal-Escobar, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Ziad Mimi, Birzeit University, Palestine
Saed Khayat, Palestine Technical University- Tulkarm, Palestine
Saleh Sulieman, Birzeit University, Palestine
Wilson Garces, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Guillermo Cespedes, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Chapter 21
Water Access in the Fight Against Poverty: Tourism or Multiple Use of Water Services?................. 315
Diego Azqueta, University of Alcalá, Spain
Álvaro Montoya, University of Alcalá, Spain
Chapter 22
The Best Desalination Technology for the Persian Gulf...................................................................... 326
Akbar Adibfar, MAPNA Group, Iran
Chapter 23
Investigation of Deforestation of Environmental Protection Areas of Madeira River
Permanent Preservation Areas in Rondônia Amazon, Brazil............................................................... 335
Marcelo Rodrigues dos Anjos, Federal University of Amazonas, and Centro de Estudos
da Cultura e Meio Ambiente da Amazônia RIOTERRA, Brazil
Marla Schulz, Empresa Brasileira de Geoprocessamento (EMBRAGEO), Brazil
Compilation of References................................................................................................................ 344
About the Contributors..................................................................................................................... 382
Index.................................................................................................................................................... 385

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