This paper outlines how an aerial telecommunications network can optimally meet the stringent needs of emergency relief and recovery operations. The authors propose a novel architecture, made of an integrated and highly dynamic multi-purpose aerial telecommunications infrastructure that can be contextually extended with fast-deploying high or low altitude platforms. In ...Download Now
The purpose of this paper is to explore the factors, either based on theories or reflecting participants' own concepts that impede environmental management accounting adoption at RMIT University. A research methodology of both deduction and induction was applied to interview data collected from eleven participants of RMIT University, Australia. The ...Download Now
This paper extends the existing literature on accounting and colonialism. The question addressed in this paper is what would happen if the historical and political processes were disrupted to the extent that the development of an accounting practice and profession linked to colonial powers was no longer inevitable. Given the ...Download Now
In the research on the intersection of Information Systems (IS) and eco-sustainability, various terms such as Green IT, Green ICT, Green IT/IS, Green IS and Sustainable IS are used. These conundrums of terms can lead to ambiguity and confusion in the theory and practice of Green IS. This conceptualization is ...Download Now
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