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pharmaceuticals, chemicals and material industries; path dependency and cumulativeness implying that future innovation depends on current and past innovations (-); tacitness of knowledge (-); and the maturity of industry (-).
159-176), which carry to assert that the absence of cumulativeness and systematic comparison of such a research in certain fields has prevented to identify those that we could define the "good practices".
Delay of gratification, much as the momentary frustration it begot, was an energizing factor and the source of identity-building zeal in so far as it was coupled with the trust in the linearity and cumulativeness of time .
Differentiating the construct in this way could stimulate theory development and, by encouraging consistency in measurement, promote greater cumulativeness of empirical research.
7) In our view, the rather careless use of the term global governance has contributed to rendering the academic discourse as confusing as it is and to profoundly limiting the cumulativeness of research findings.
The first is the cumulativeness, which is referred to as "accumulating absorptive capacity in one period will permit its more efficient accumulation in the next" (p.
While Stravinsky: A Creative Spring is exhaustive in its systematization of new biographical information, Stravinsky Inside Out (it too the result of investigative research conducted in Basel) is a collection of loosely connected essays whose main focus becomes clear only by the cumulativeness of their thematic diversity.