4/F Main Library

Archive for the 'Business & Economics' Category

Aug 18 2017

MedDRA: Web-Based Browser and MVAT Scheduled Downtime, 26 Aug 2017

The servers hosting the Web-Based Browser (WBB) and MedDRA Version Analysis Tool (MVAT) require server maintenance and will not be available to users on the following dates and times:
Start Downtime Sat 26 Aug 7AM
End Downtime Sat 26 Aug 9AM
Thank you for your patience and continued support of MedDRA.

Comments Off on MedDRA: Web-Based Browser and MVAT Scheduled Downtime, 26 Aug 2017| 52 views

Aug 08 2017

JapanKnowledge service suspension due to its system maintenance: 27 Aug 2017

Schedule
10:00-14:00 on Sunday, 27th Aug 2017
Suspended service
All JapanKnowledge Services (JapanKnowledge Lib, JK Select Series and JKBooks)
Please feel free to ask us for more detail at b2b@japanknowledge.com

Comments Off on JapanKnowledge service suspension due to its system maintenance: 27 Aug 2017| 180 views

Jul 28 2017

Asahi Shimbun Kikuzo System maintenance: 7 Aug 2017

We will be performing our system maintenance on August 7 (Mon.) from 11:30 to 15:30.
During this period, the following two services will be unavailable.
・Who’s Who Database(人物データベース)
・Historical Photo Archive(歴史写真アーカイブ)
Other services are available.
The Asahi Shimbun

Comments Off on Asahi Shimbun Kikuzo System maintenance: 7 Aug 2017| 236 views

Jun 13 2017

Real Time Intelligence: United States Live interactive conference call

It barely needs saying that Donald Trump’s presidency has been disruptive, both at home and abroad. In the international arena he has challenged allies, most notably by taking the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and the Paris Climate Agreement. Yet he has also reached out to rivals like China on North Korea. Domestically, his government is making progress slashing regulation, but faces a tougher fight on healthcare and tax reform, as well as on its infrastructure plans. Meanwhile, Mr Trump faces a heightened threat of impeachment as investigations intensify.

Please join a call on June 14th in which there will be an interview of Global Economist, Mike Jakeman, assessing the Trump administration’s performance to date and forecasts for political and economic developments in the US. Amid all the noise, what should investors and observers be focusing on? How likely is it that the president will achieve his goals—or will he even finish a full term in office?

This will also be an opportunity to ask questions, and test the view. The call will last around 30 minutes.

Real Time Intelligence: United States Live interactive conference call

Speakers: Duncan Innes-Ker, Regional Director, Asia Country Analysis and Mike Jakeman, Global Economist

Date: June 14, 2017 (Wednesday) 2:00 PM GMT

Please click here to register the discussion.

Comments Off on Real Time Intelligence: United States Live interactive conference call| 131 views

Jun 05 2017

Maintenance on Emerald’s research platform, Emerald Insight, 6 June 2017

Maintenance on Emerald’s research platform, Emerald Insight, which is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 6 June 2017 beginning at 03:00 pm – lasting for up to 12 hours.
During this time, the site will be placed into ‘read-only’ mode, making the following functionality unavailable for the duration of the upgrade:
• Activating access tokens
• Adding publications as favourites
• Alert subscriptions
• Any changes to ‘My Account’ and ‘Institutional Account’
• E-commerce
• Registration
• Search.

Should you access the website during this time, you will receive a notification that the site functionality is temporary unavailable within your browser. Please note that this may also affect some functionality on emeraldpublishing.com.
This essential website maintenance is part of Emerald’s customer focused development initiative, which aims to deliver an enhanced user experience to our customers.
Many thanks for your patience and continued support.

Comments Off on Maintenance on Emerald’s research platform, Emerald Insight, 6 June 2017| 139 views

May 31 2017

South Korea: Making up for lost time

With a resounding electoral victory, the recent election of Moon Jae-in as South Korea’s new president has raised significant hope for change. But the president faces major challenges at home and abroad, including longstanding issues with the domestic economy, as well as a tense situation with North Korea as missile and nuclear tests continue apace.

So what can the new president realistically hope to achieve in office?

This whitepaper will assess the prospects of policy change under the new administration:

  • How successful will the president be at fulfilling his campaign pledges, including curbing the influence of the country’s predominant family controlled business conglomerates (chaebol), engineering new drivers of growth and tackling labour market reform?
  • Will there be a successful return to the ‘sunshine’ policy of engagement with North Korea?

Please click here to download this free whitepaper.

Comments Off on South Korea: Making up for lost time| 91 views

May 12 2017

JapanKnowledge service suspension 28 May, 2017

Schedule of JapanKnowledge service suspension due to its system maintenance.
08:00-12:00 on Sunday, 28th May 2017
All JapanKnowledge Services (JapanKnowledge Lib, JK Select Series and JKBooks)
Please feel free to ask us for more detail at b2b@japanknowledge.com

Comments Off on JapanKnowledge service suspension 28 May, 2017| 514 views

May 04 2017

French elections 2017: Analysis and outlook – 11 May 2017 webinar invitation

On Sunday May 7th the French will go to the polls once more to choose their next president. The candidates of both mainstream parties have now been eliminated, leaving an unprecedented contest between two outsiders.

The implications of the choice between pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron and the Eurosceptic far-right leader, Marine Le Pen, make this arguably the most important vote of 2017. Even after this decision is made, the uncertainty over how France will be governed will continue, with the legislative elections in June likely to be unusually unpredictable—and key to the policymaking outlook.

On Thursday May 11th, The Economist Intelligence Unit will host a webinar to present the analysis of the result and what it will mean for France and for Europe. Questions to be addressed will include:

  • Will the business environment improve?
  • How will France’s decision affect the Brexit negotiations and the outlook for the EU?
  • How much of the government’s agenda is likely to be implemented?
  • Will the election result affect the economic outlook?

Join the webinar on Thursday May 11th 2:00pm – 2.45pm British Summer Time (9.00am – 9.45am Eastern Daylight Time) to hear the latest analysis and outlook from France analyst, Emily Mansfield, and to ask questions.

Please click here to register for this webinar.

Comments Off on French elections 2017: Analysis and outlook – 11 May 2017 webinar invitation| 98 views

Apr 27 2017

MedDRA Website Scheduled Downtime: 6 May, 2017

The server hosting the WebCR application requires server maintenance and will not be

available to users part of this weekend on the following date and times:
Start Downtime: Sat 6 May 9PM
End Downtime: Sat 6 May 11PM
The MedDRA website will not be affected by this downtime.
Thank you for your patience and continued support of MedDRA.

Comments Off on MedDRA Website Scheduled Downtime: 6 May, 2017| 278 views

Mar 23 2017

Microbiology Society journals’ website maintenance on Saturday 25 March 2017

We are writing to give you advance warning that the Microbiology Society journals’ website will be undergoing a period of essential maintenance on Saturday 25 March 2017. This will mean that all journal webpages and the content will be unavailable for a period of up to 15 hours, although we aim to bring all sites back up to normal service as soon as possible.
The site downtime will commence at approximately: 3PM.
A “scheduled maintenance” page will be displayed while the work takes place.
Please do not hesitate to contact journalsales@microbiologysociety.org if you have any questions.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Comments Off on Microbiology Society journals’ website maintenance on Saturday 25 March 2017| 183 views

Next »