• Responsibility Accounting: A Dynamic Multiple Agent Approach

      Roodhooft, Filip (European Accounting Review, 1995)
    • Responsible investing

      Louche, Céline; Lydenberg, Steven (2010)
    • Retail pricing: A bi-level program for PEV aggregator decisions using indirect load control

      Momber, Ilan; Wogrin, Sonja; Gómez, Tómas (IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 2016)
      Charging schedules of plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) coordinated by an aggregating agent may increase system efficiency of allocating generation, transmission and distribution resources. Decentralized self-scheduling and local charging control appear to be preferred by vehicle manufacturers and PEV drivers who are simultaneously concerned about the longevity and reliability of their energy storage systems. In such a setting, the aggregator would have to determine energy retail prices as means to indirect load control. This paper proposes a mathematical program with equilibrium constraints optimizing the aggregator's decisions. It endogenously determines the profit-optimal price level subject to the cost minimizing charging schedule of the final customers, who are reacting to a combination of retail price signals and distribution use-of-system network charges. This active response follows an affine demand-price relationship, which is individually parametrized for each vehicle by local information of vehicle characteristics and mobility pattern. The proposed program is applied to two cases: 1) a small case study with 3 vehicles, which highlights the model functionality with detailed hourly information per vehicle, 2) a large-scale fleet of 1000 vehicles provides insights on computational burden. Numerical results indicate that adequate competition in the retail market is necessary to limit the aggregator's monopolistic profitability. Finally, sensitivity runs show dependency on the individual's willingness to pay, the cost of alternative fueling opportunities and minimum state-of-charge requirements.
    • Retail. De digitale hysterie voorbij. Ontwikkel en implementeer een winnende strategie als retailer of merkfabrikant

      Van Ossel, Gino (2018)
      De digitale revolutie heeft de klant veeleisender dan ooit gemaakt. Snelheid, transparantie en hyperpersonalisatie zijn de norm. Steeds meer merkfabrikanten verkopen in eigen winkels en webshops rechtstreeks aan de consument. Ondertussen kondigen nieuwe technologieën een volgende schokgolf aan. In dit boek introduceert Gino Van Ossel het concept optichannel, waarmee hij retailers, merkfabrikanten en dienstenbedrijven voorbij de digitale hysterie leidt. Met herkenbare voorbeelden is het een realistische kijk op retail en een praktisch kader om een succesvolle strategie uit te zetten die winst, competitiviteit en klantgerichtheid combineert.
    • Retailer Branding: de winkel wordt merk (Retailjaarboek)

      Versteylen, Corine; Van Ossel, Gino (2003)
    • Rethinking Leadership in Drug Discovery

      Schneider, Andreas; Erden, Zeynep; Widmer, Hans; Koch, Guido; Billy, Christine; von Krogh, Georg (Drug Discovery Today, 2012)
      Great efforts have been dedicated to rebuilding the engine of pharmaceutical R&D. However, one potential area of improvement has received limited attention in the literature and in practice: namely, leadership. In this article, we enrich the traditional views of leadership, which consider leadership a responsibility of a few centrally placed authorities, with the concept of distributed leadership. Distributed leadership reflects a group-based capability driven by everyday activities and the key scientific questions at hand. We identify three leadership challenges faced by R&D teams that could be addressed by implementing distributed leadership. Furthermore, we provide some suggestions as to how to foster distributed leadership in drug discovery projects.
    • Rethinking marketing programs for emerging markets

      Dawar, Niraj; Chattopadhyay, Amitava (Long Range Planning, 2002)
    • Rethinking strategy for the digital age: an executive primer

      Viaene, Stijn (European Business Review, 2017)
      Professor Stijn Viaene sheds light on the essential role of strategy in the digital age. The article further elaborates on what really constitutes a successful digital transformation. Is it simply launching yourself to the plethora of digital disruptions around you? Or does doing so might bring you to your own “death”?
    • Reversed item bias in likert-type measurement

      Weijters, Bert; Geuens, Maggie; Schillewaert, Niels (2007)
    • Review of growth policies, the case of Belgium

      Bruneel, Johan; Clarysse, Bart; Van Eeckhout, Caroline (2005)
    • Review of transmission tariff methods and practices in Europe

      Hadush, Samson Yemane; Buijs, P.; Belmans, Ronnie (2010)
    • Revising the myth of gay consumer innovativeness

      Vandecasteele, Bert; Geuens, Maggie (Journal of Business Research, 2009)
    • Revolutionizing innovation: Users, communities, and open innovation

      von Krogh, Georg; Garriga, Helena; Aksuyek, Efe; Hacklin, Fredrik (2016)
    • Revue de la littérature relative au financement des jeunes entreprises innovantes

      Manigart, Sophie; Collewaert, Veroniek; Standaert, Thomas; Devigne, David (2014)
    • Reward management - Facts and trends in Europe

      Vartiainen, M.; Antoni, Conny Herbert; Baeten, Xavier; Hakonen, N.; Thierry, H. (2008)
      Reward Management - Facts and Trends in Europe covers a wide range of topics and perspectives that will help to understand the status and challenges of rewards systems not only in Europe but also around the world. This book is an outcome of the First European Reward Management Conference (RMC) held at Brussels December 17 - 18, 2007. The book focuses on reward and compensation in Europe and the challenges ahead. Europe is large and diverse region comprising many states, 27 of which are members of European Union. This results in a variety of compensation, benefit and non-monetary reward practices, about which we know relatively little. Therefore, we need more debate about current issues in reward and compensation, both from a policy and practice perspective. The book has thirteen chapters covering topics like: wages of young workers in Europe, employee ownership, differences between men's and women's perceptions and attitudes in pay-setting process, innovative compensation schemes, a new instrument (PReSS) to measure employees' satisfaction with psychological rewards, top management's (CEO) remuneration and how it is related to firm performance, the role of the first line manager in pay process, procedural and interactional justice in the performance appraisal process, employee benefits, differences of employees' reward preferences, the role of monetary rewards in innovativeness, and talent management.