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Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business

Bernard Dousset, Anass Elhaddadi, Josiane Mothe“Content Accessibility and Semantic Networks Processed on Foreign Natural Language Analysis”, pp. 5-18Dominik Ditter, Klaus Henselmann and Elisabeth Scherr “Using XBRL Technology to Extract Competitive Information from Financial Statements”, pp. 19-28Marisela Rodríguez Salvadorand Manuel Alejandro Bautista Reyes“Methodology of Integration for Competitive Technical Intelligence with Blue Ocean Strategy: Application to an exotic fruit”, pp. 29-39Sahbi Sidhom and Philippe Lambert “Information Design for “Weak Signal” detection and processing in Economic Intelligence: A case study on Health resources”, pp. 40-48Michael Steiner and Michael Ploder“Knowledge and social networks: New dimensions of economic interaction between firms”, pp. 49-60Xinzhou Xieand Xuehui Jin“The Evolution of Competitive Intelligence in China”, pp. 61-75Luc Grivel and Olivier Bousquet“Discourse analysis methodology based on semantic principles -Application to brands, journalists and consumers discourses”, pp. 76-86Anass El Haddadi, Bernard Dousset and Ilham Berrada“Establishment and application of CompetitiveIntelligence System in Mobile Devices”, pp. 87-96Mourad Oubrich“Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Creation- Outward insights from an empirical survey”, pp. 97-106Szymon Adamala and Linus Cidrin“Key Success Factors in Business Intelligence”, pp. 107-127

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