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The report, How multi-technology PPA structures could help companies reduce risk, is co-authored alongside DNV GL and released by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
Durrani, who served as the ISI chief from August 1990 till March 1992, co-authored the book titled 'The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace' with Dulat.
Earlier, 65% plagiarism was reported in the research paper 'Wheat Genomics: Challenges and Alternative Strategies, co-authored by acting rector COMSATS Prof.
Gen Durrani has co-authored 'The Spy Chronicles: RAW, ISI and the Illusion of Peace' with former Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) chief Amarjit Singh Dulat and Indian journalist Aditya Sinha.
It merits mention here that Durrani, who served as the chief of Pakistans premier intelligence agency from August 1990 till March 1992, is facing criticism of the hands of the countrys former and current leadership owing to the book he co-authored with his Indian counterpart.
The authors who have more number of single author papers have the NWC-index and in case of co-authored papers the authors receive higher rank if their topic in co-authored papers is same as first author, like Gerard Salton and Edmund M.
The lack of such tracking means that benchmarks for production of theses or peer-reviewed, co-authored articles stemming from undergraduate research have not been established in the literature.
A paper co-authored by Dow Corning and SUSS MicroTec reported on an advanced new temporary bonding solution for 3D Through-Silicone-Via (TSV) semiconductor packaging.
Eyring co-authored "The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education from the Inside Out" with bestselling business leadership author Clayton Christensen.
Her books include: From the Margins to the Center: Contemporary Women and Political Communication (co-authored with Patricia Sullivan) (Praeger, 1996), recipient of the 1997 Best Book Award from the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender (OSCLG); Gender in Applied Communication Contexts (co-edited with Patrice Buzzanell and Helen Sterk) (Sage, 2004); Introducing Communication Theory, 4th Ed.
Dr Clifford Stott, a senior lecturer in crowd psychology at the University of Liverpool co-authored "Mad Mobs and Englishmen?".
Lone Star Corporate College (Texas) instructor Dave Lenzi has co-authored a new machining technology workbook that has been endorsed by a national metalworking governing body.
It is co-authored by 102 people from across the world who have written true stories about their fathers.
According to this first chapter, entitled "The Foreign Trade Regime and Trade Liberalization in Turkey," co-authored by Bartlomeij Kaminski, the Turkish economy is stable because macroeconomic conditions are stable and domestic market competition has given way to greater domestic consumption satisfaction since 2001.
He has authored, co-authored, co-authored, edited and co-edited over 30 books, and published more than 135 papers in scientific journals.