Vol 1, No 1 (2012)

Engineering Management Research, Vol. 1, No. 1, May 2012

Table of Contents


A Framework for Analyzing the Underlying Inventions That Drive Technical Improvements in a Specific Technological Field PDF
Christopher L Benson, Christopher L. Magee p2
Examining Leader-Member Exchange as a Moderator of the Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Creativity of Software Developers PDF
Kyootai Lee, Terry Scandura, Youngkyun Kim, Kailash Joshi, Jooyeoun Lee p15
High Tech Tethers and Work-family Conflict: A Conservation of Resources Approach PDF
Katherine M. Richardson, Cynthia A. Thompson p29
Enhancing Mobile Satisfaction through Integration of Usability and Flow PDF
Chia-Liang Hung, Jerome Chih-Lung Chou, Chung-Ming Ding p44
Mobile Audience Interaction – Explaining the Adoption of New Mobile Service Applications in Socially Enriched Environments PDF
Rita Faullant, Johann Fuller, Kurt Matzler p59
Is Forecasting Future Suicide Rates Possible? Application of the Experience Curve PDF
Yu Sang Chang, Jinsoo Lee p77
The Virtues of Using Profitabilitymetric for Projectsselection PDF
Thanakornn Phansawadhi p92
Heat Reclaim from Air Conditioning System with Internally Submerged and Externally Wound Condenser Tubes PDF
K. S. Ong p101
Using a Simulation Game Approach to Teach Pull and Push Production System Concepts PDF
Sakun Boon-itt p110
Common Equity Equilibrium and Its Applications PDF
Thanakornn Phansawadhi p117
Demographic Discriminators of Service Quality in Local Government PDF
Safiek Mokhlis p131
Consultants’ Perspectives on Materials Waste Reduction in Ghana PDF
Kofi Agyekum, Joshua Ayarkwa, Emmanuel Adinyira p138

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