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La incidencia del efecto de interacción espacial en el comportamiento financiero de las pymes
This study highlights the need of considering the interaction effects between SMEs and the economic agents to determine the financial structure of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). To get this purpose, we develop an empirical application on a sample composed by four hundred Spanish SMEs located i...
Learning to Crescer method: a new growth outlook for SMEs
Small and medium-sized enterprises are constantly seeking to stay on the market and grow. The method of learning to Crescer helps in this search, which is a methodology that seeks to integrate the strategic planning of the company through the development of participatory projects developed together...
Development Communication and the Social Integration of the New Services and Techniques : Acceptance, Appropriation and the Role of the Perceived Value of Use. Multi-site Case Study Within the SME support in Central Asia
International audience Certain researchers call to reconsider Communication for development and social change, as a problem of "Techniques and Society” (McArthur, 1982; Jouët, 1992; Bardini, 1993; Lohento, 2003; Kiyindou, 2004, 2006, 2008; Missé, 2006). Thus, the models of social integration of inno...
Role of Small and Medium Business in Stimulation of Export in Republic of Armenia
International audience In July 2011, the European Commission said it would open a consultation on the definition of SMEs in 2012. In Europe, there are three broad parameters which define SMEs: • micro-entities are companies with up to 10 employees;• Small companies employ up to 50 workers;• Medium-s...
Olympic sport and physical activity promotion: the rise and fall of the London 2012 pre-event mass participation "legacy"
The legacies of Sport Mega Events (SMEs) such as the Olympic Games are increasingly regarded as significant opportunities to increase sport and physical activity (PA) participation. Major sport/PA legacy objectives may even be pursued before the event takes place. This article examines a specific pr...
Cooperation between small businesses: a question of proximity
Our study focuses on a network of SMEs labeled local system of production (LSP). It is part of the current research on HRM as regards companies’ networks otherwise called clusters. The underlying hypothesis is that these networks can facilitate access to HRM devices for SMEs and as a consequence imp...
Business innovation and SME sector
This chapter presents, on the basis of official statistics in Poland (GUS) and the European Union (Eurostat), the basic economic sizes characterising the state and development trends of the small and medium-sized enterprise sector in Poland and the EU, particularly in the context of companies’ abili...
Teaching rotation at the Rio de Janeiro municipal school network
The study aims to investigate the dynamics of teaching rotation in the Rio de Janeiro municipal school network. It is assumed that there are non-random patterns of distribution of teachers between schools, highlighting possible conversions between teacher and pupil profiles, mainly as regards indica...
Does Technological Innovation Drive Corporate Sustainability? Empirical Evidence for the European Financial Industry in Catching-Up and Central and Eastern Europe
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How do firms integrate management systems? A comparative study
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The ambidextria to understand the work of the entrepreneur
Since it appeared in Duncan’s work (1976) and March (1991), the ambidextry has been a real success in organisational sciences and strategic management around innovation issues. Most of the work has focused on ambidextria at the organisational level, which consists of striking a balance between explo...
Comparing trade areas of technology centres using ‘Geographical Information Systems’
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Governance, values and behavior european banks
Cooperative and mutual banks are faced with regulatory constraints, growth and competitiveness, which endanger their organizational characteristics and promote their trivialization. By their desire to maintain their existence and continue, the cooperative and mutual banks have begun a long process o...
analytical study in the textile industry for clothing
The literature on resource orchestration provides a process-based and complexity perspective for understanding the growth of the VSE with support. However, few studies have focused on the representations of entrepreneurial actors about the managerial and entrepreneurial actions...
Assessment of the impact of e-commerce on SME sales in Colombia: An econometric analysis
E-Commerce (EC) has become a central hub in different societies. Technology has been a key part of the business environment and in the way different organisations are developed and connected around the world. There is an increasing number of companies that generate alternative systems to increase th...
Application of high Power ultrasounds during red wine vinification
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Leadership logic and overall CSR commitment in SMEs
SMEs represent a large proportion of the industrial fabric and have a substantial impact on economic, social and environmental levels (Munteanu, 2014). This type of business is now increasingly being asked to behave responsibly and is called upon to assess and reduce the impact of its decisions and...
The Effects of the Accounting Reclassification of Members Shares in Cooperatives: An Approach