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The Development of a Holistic and Quantitative Tool for the Assessment and Improvement of Survey Quality. (2011)
Thesis
Chen, T. The Development of a Holistic and Quantitative Tool for the Assessment and Improvement of Survey Quality. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/4404

There are a variety of guidelines and methods available to measure and assess survey quality. Most of these are based on qualitative descriptions. In practice, they are not easy to implement and it is very difficult to make comparisons between survey... Read More about The Development of a Holistic and Quantitative Tool for the Assessment and Improvement of Survey Quality..

A Statistical Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents and Casualties in Bangladesh. (2009)
Thesis
Sheikh, M. (2009). A Statistical Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents and Casualties in Bangladesh. (Thesis). Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/2753

A statistical analysis was conducted for road traffic accidents and associated casualties in Bangladesh. This was undertaken in order to assist the policy-makers to take appropriate steps to be reduced the road traffic accidents and the associated ca... Read More about A Statistical Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents and Casualties in Bangladesh..

The concept of employability and the experience of unemployment (2009)
Thesis
Lindsay, C. The concept of employability and the experience of unemployment. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/3877

This research sought to develop and deploy a new framework for analysing employability as a means of exploring: the barriers to work faced by unemployed people; differences in the range and severity of barriers faced by the long-term unemployed comp... Read More about The concept of employability and the experience of unemployment.

Online banking in Bahrain: role of attitudes and beliefs in shaping consumer behavior toward adoption (2008)
Thesis
Abdulrahman, L. Online banking in Bahrain: role of attitudes and beliefs in shaping consumer behavior toward adoption. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/id/eprint/3709

The advances in communication and computer technology and the availability of the Internet have made it possible that people can do most of their banking transactions from a remote location even without having the need to visit their local branch. Wi... Read More about Online banking in Bahrain: role of attitudes and beliefs in shaping consumer behavior toward adoption.

Changes in innovation styles - comprehensive study of the changes in innovation styles to identify the causes and effects of different influencing factors and capabilities to create a general innovation pattern (2007)
Thesis
Lewrick, M. Changes in innovation styles - comprehensive study of the changes in innovation styles to identify the causes and effects of different influencing factors and capabilities to create a general innovation pattern. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier Univ

An investigation in innovation management and entrepreneurial management is conducted in this thesis. The aim of the research is to explore changes of innovation styles in the transformation process from a start-up company to a more mature phase of b... Read More about Changes in innovation styles - comprehensive study of the changes in innovation styles to identify the causes and effects of different influencing factors and capabilities to create a general innovation pattern.

Modelling and Forecasting Human Populations using Sigmoid Models (1987)
Thesis
Raeside, R. Modelling and Forecasting Human Populations using Sigmoid Models. (Thesis). Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/1053286

Early this century "S-shaped" curves, sigmoids, gained populari ty among demographers. However, by 1940, the approach had "fallen out of favour", being criticised for giving po,or results and having no theoretical validity. It was also considered... Read More about Modelling and Forecasting Human Populations using Sigmoid Models.