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    Using data about votes emitted by funds in meetings held by United States banks from 2003 to 2013, we apply a genetic algorithm to a set of financial variables in order to [...]

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    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

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    The importance of teamwork as a core capacity in the new university curricula is beyond all doubt. It is therefore crucial to know what cooperative learning is and how efficient [...]

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    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

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    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

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    Intangible assets have become the main sustainable value creation of companies. Specifically, those assets which remain hidden in the accounting statement due to the difficulties [...]

  • Y. Silveira-Pérez, . Dainelis Cabeza-Pullés, V. Fernández-Pérez
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

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    This work is to study how the Cuban entrepreneurship in the non-state sector service tourist accommodation and their effects on the valuations of international clients who [...]

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    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

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  • R. Sánchez, C. Fuente-Cabrero, P. Sánchez
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    Financing is key to entrepreneurship, especially in crisis period, when financial markets restriction hinders access to funding to small and medium enterprises. The Mutual [...]

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    This study examines post-adoption behaviors (i.e., frequency of use, routinization and infusion) and their effects on the sense of community in the domain of social network [...]

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    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

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    This article deals with the study of Corporate Responsibility (CR) under the European Customer Satisfaction Index (ECSI). The methodology of this empirical study, conducted [...]

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    Accurate and reliable information is needed to support decision-making processes. Due to the large number of participants typically involved in supply chain operations, organizations [...]

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    The actual markets globalization as a result of information and communication technologies development in general and the Internet in particular, have increased the importance [...]

  • . Nadia Jiménez, . Sonia San-Martín
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2017). Vol. 23

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    One of the business models that attracts scholars and professionals’ interest is mobile commerce. This paper applies the theory of shopping preference to this field. It [...]

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    Nowadays tourism is one of the most important sectors of our country, and no one has any doubt about importance of sport for the economy. Both concepts create “sports tourism”, [...]

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    Border tourism is the temporary displacement of people to the dividing line between two countries contiguous areas. This activity promotes the economic development of these [...]

  • F. Miranda, . Antonio Chamorro-Mera, . Sergio Rubio
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    A scale has been developed to measure consumer loyalty to stores. Its content validity was analysed by two samples of expert judges and consumers. The refined scale was applied [...]

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    Some of the academic research on ISO 14001 has focused on analyzing the benefits of its adoption. However, this international standard has also received some criticism, particularly [...]

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    The aim of this study was to show the current state of scientific research regarding wine tourism, by comparing the platforms of scientific information WoS and Scopus and [...]

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    The process of sale of Banco de Valencia managed by the FROB lasted 10 days. The sale was awarded to CaixaBank for one euro after receiving 5, 500 million euros of public [...]

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  • . Angel Barajas, . Dennis Coates, P. Sanchez-Fernandez
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    Sport event promoters aim to organize them to get the best return on their investment. The purpose of this study is to learn better how to manage the event to maximize the [...]

  • M. Farooq, . Henriqueta Nóvoa, . António Araújo, S. M.O. Tavares
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  • . Pedro Araújo-Pinzón, . Concha Álvarez-Dardet, J. Ramón-Jerónimo, . Raquel Flórez-López
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  • . Raquel Antolín-López, . Javier Martínez-del-Río, . José Céspedes-Lorente
    European Research on Management and Business Economics (2016). Vol. 22

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    Despite the recognition of innovation and entrepreneurship as key factors to promote the socio-economic development of countries, little is known regarding the effectiveness [...]

  • M. Carmona-Calvo, E. María Suárez, . Arturo Calvo-Mora, R. Periáñez-Cristóbal
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  • M. Ruíz, J. Gutiérrez, . Eva Martínez-Caro, J. Cegarra-Navarro
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  • . Onur Akkaya
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    In this paper, our research question that could analyze how efficiency in Swedish financial enterprises has changed since the banking crisis in 1993. We estimate the time-invariant [...]

  • V. Aguilar-Escobar, . Pedro Garrido-Vega, M. González-Zamora
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    Management of patient records in a hospital is of major importance, for its impact both on the quality of care and on the associated costs. Since this process is circular, [...]

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