• Onderzoek naar carrièresystemen voor R&D-professionals

      Buyens, Dirk; Debackere, Koenraad; Vandenbossche, Tine (Bedrijfskunde, 1995)
    • Onderzoeksrapport : Kredietmanagement in België

      Vermeiren, Nico; Theunissen, Ludo (Financieel Management, 2001)
    • One-step R-estimation in linear models with stable errors

      Hallin, Marc; Swan, Yvik; Verdebout, Thomas; Veredas, David (Journal of Econometrics, 2013)
      Classical estimation techniques for linear models either are inconsistent, or perform rather poorly, under -stable error densities; most of them are not even rate-optimal. In this paper, we propose an original one-step R-estimation method and investigate its asymptotic performances under stable densities. Contrary to traditional least squares, the proposed R-estimators remain root- consistent (the optimal rate) under the whole family of stable distributions, irrespective of their asymmetry and tail index. While parametric stable-likelihood estimation, due to the absence of a closed form for stable densities, is quite cumbersome, our method allows us to construct estimators reaching the parametric efficiency bounds associated with any prescribed values of the tail index and skewness parameter , while preserving root- consistency under any as well as under usual light-tailed densities. The method furthermore avoids all forms of multidimensional argmin computation. Simulations confirm its excellent finite-sample performances.
    • Online advertising and congruency effects. It depends on how you look at it

      Janssens, Wim; Geuens, Maggie; De Pelsmacker, Patrick (International Journal of Advertising, 2012)
    • Online music consumption in today's technological context: Putting the influence of ethics in perspective

      Weijters, Bert; Goedertier, Frank; Verstreken, Sofie (Journal of Business Ethics, 2014)
      Whereas in the past ‘free’ and ‘illegal’ were nearly synonymous in the music industry, consumers nowadays face a myriad of music platforms with widely different characteristics in terms of business model (advertising supported, fee based, etc.), delivery mode (streaming, downloading, etc.), and others. The current research examines music consumption preferences in this new context. In order to break with the outmoded free-illegal versus paid-legal dichotomy, the present research studies consumer preferences for a broader range of music platform attributes, including free versus paying business models, (il)legality of use, artist revenues, downloading versus streaming, and audio quality. Based on a literature review and a qualitative study with in-depth interviews (N = 92), an online conjoint survey (N = 764) quantifies online music preferences. Results show that consumers of all ages clearly and consistently prefer legal and ethical options if available, but favor different ways of making this economically viable. Youngsters and young adults are more open to advertising, while middle-aged adults are more often willing to pay for advertising-free platforms. Thus, in real-life choices, youngsters may appear to be less ethical and law abiding, but the driving force behind this is mainly economical. Finally, a market segmentation provides deeper insights into online music consumer preferences and leads to recommendations on how to define viable legal and ethical music offerings.
    • Online support for business processes by electronic intermediaries

      Muylle, Steve; Basu, Amit (Decision Support Systems, 2008)
    • Online Support for commerce processes and survivability of web retailers

      Muylle, Steve; Basu, Amit (Decision Support Systems, 2004)
    • Online Support for commerce processes by web retailers

      Basu, Amit; Muylle, Steve (Decision Support Systems, 2003)
    • Ontwikkelen van soft skills: Een uitdaging

      Dewettinck, Koen; Spiritus-Beerden, Eva (HR Magazine, 2018)
      Meer en meer wordt duidelijk dat een groot deel van de huidige taken die momenteel worden uitgevoerd door tal van medewerkers, ofwel volledig zullen worden overgenomen door machines (artificiële intelligentie voor cognitieve taken, robots voor manuele taken), ofwel zullen worden geoptimaliseerd aan de hand van mens-machine interacties.
    • Onze markt moet dringend innoveren

      Van den Berghe, Lutgart (De Verzekeringswereld, 1989)
    • Oorzaken van faling: literatuuroverzicht en conceptueel verklaringsmodel

      Ooghe, Hubert; Waeyaert, Nick (Economisch en Sociaal Tijdschrift, 2004)
    • Oorzaken van ondernemingen in moeilijkheden: een vragenlijst als diagnose-instrument

      Ooghe, Hubert; De Prijcker, Sofie (Accountancy en Bedrijfskunde Maandschrift, 2006)
    • Op automatische piloot vliegen is niet langer mogelijk,

      Van den Berghe, Lutgart (De Verzekeringswereld, 1989)
    • Op zoek naar een balans tussen werk en privé

      De Hauw, Sara; De Vos, Ans; Sels, Luc (Over.Werk, 2014)
    • Op zoek naar een leeftijdsbewust personeelsbeleid dat langer werken stimuleert

      Remue, Jonathan; Van Bruystegem, Kristien; De Vos, Ans (Over.Werk, 2010)
    • Opbouw en gebruik van falingsprevisiemodellen

      Ooghe, Hubert; Joos, Philip; De Vos, Donaat (Cash Flow, 1991)
    • Opciones estratégicas en las industrias convergentes

      Hacklin, Fredrik; Battistini, Boris; von Krogh, Georg (Harvard Deusto Business Review, 2014)
    • Open data platforms: discussing alternative knowledge epistemologies

      Danneels, Lieselot; Viaene, Stijn; Van den Bergh, Joachim (Government Information Quarterly, 2017)
      Although vast amounts of data have been opened by several levels of government around the world and high hopes continue to be expressed with respect to open data's potential for innovation, whether open government data (OGD) will live up to expectations is still questioned. Up to now, the OGD literature has focused mostly on the technical side of open data, with little focus on network aspects. We argue that a definition of what an OGD platform is, and what is within its scope, is lacking. In this exploratory article, we use three knowledge epistemologies - cognitivist, connectionist, and autopoietic - as a lens to examine OGD platforms and to define three different platform types. To validate and further enrich the platform types and to identify which types are most prevalent in case study research and which are underrepresented, we performed a literature review of case studies on OGD platforms published in the main e-government outlets between 2009 and 2016. Looking for elements of each OGD platform type in the case study literature resulted in a pressing question for more empirical research focusing on the network aspects of OGD platforms. We also highlighted the underrepresentation of the autopoietic OGD platform type in case study research. We conclude this article by providing a research agenda for OGD platforms.
    • Open en afstandsleren binnen Vlaamse bedrijven

      Buyens, Dirk; De Vos, Ans; Wouters, Karen (Over.Werk, 2003)