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The true inclusion: controversy between inclusive recycling and fair recycling, in the framework of sustainable development
Summary The present research analyses recycling as a potential business activity, with a view to becoming an inclusive business (NI) led by recyclers. The aim is to determine whether the actors involved in the NI strategy, under the assumption of the Shared Value Creation (CVC), meet the criteria of...
The shift-share analysis technique and the international wine markets
[ES] The increasing globalisation of wine markets, with the emergence of new players in supply and demand and increased competition, has increased interest in analysing their international trade, seeking new tools to better understand the behaviour of wine trade flows. This article examines the poss...
Segmentation by Motivation in Ecotourism: Application to Protected Areas in Guayas, Ecuador
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Accessibility recommendations on electronic commerce sites for blind users
The text presents accessibility recommendations for electronic commerce sites from a systematic literature review. Five scientific articles were analysed on the basis of three criteria, namely: (1) scientific studies on the main topic related to the empagine accessibility of electronic commerce, pre...
The digital transformation adapted to the university context for inclusion in the new business models and reduction of environmental impact
The way in which business is done in this new century, both users and products and services require a new approach by offering them and consuming them. It is therefore important that this change in business models is visible and inclusive in the educational process and that environmental awareness i...
New business models in the digital press: the case of Crícic
How and why is the application of an interdisciplinary research perspective in the journalistic field necessary? Is there an inclusive interdisciplinary model that allows for a deeper understanding and explanation of the complex issues and problems that are present in the journalistic field? If so,...
Ecotaxis, an inclusive proposal for the City of Buenos Aires: bicitaxis as an alternative, inclusive and sustainable means of ‘last mile’ public transport under the transport system of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fil: Catala, Alvaro Miguel. University of San Andrés. School of Business; Argentina. Fernández Coya, Alejandro
Selecting socially responsible portfolios: A fuzzy multicriteria approach
Progress on gender equality in trade unions in Great Britain and Canada: do women’s groups make a difference?
Many Canadian and UK trade unions host collective structures for women unionists. These structures continue to widen in form to encompass women’s conferences, committees, courses, meetings, seminars, workshops, caucuses, branches and networks. The bulk of extant work on union women’s structures focu...
A place-based policy for promoting Industry 4.0: the case of the Castellon ceramic tile district
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Social entrepreneurship in community tourism in the province of Manabí, Ecuador
The tourism sector in Ecuador is regarded as an economic and social activity, generating entrepreneurial opportunities that boost inclusive and comprehensive development and improve the quality of life of the population. This research aims at analysing the input of Resource and Skills Theories (Gran...
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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Inclusive communication: co-responsibility of media, journalists and actors.
media inclusion represents a complex need in an environment increasingly conditioned by cutbacks in journalistic templates, reconfiguration of business models, changes in information production, but also increasing societal demands. In this context, this article seeks to examine the challenges and p...
The collaborative economy and taxi services: moving towards new business models in Spain
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The conditions of success in the construction of the food routes
The term heritage is suitable for identifying the territory and by extension to certain foods, suggests a long time projection and presents the image of a complex resource that has solid foundations in the past and is projected towards the future. It is proposed that food routes, based on the food h...
Perceptions of people with disabilities about work and work
Work can be regarded as a key activity for human beings, because, on the basis of the values given by capitalist society, it enables individuals to feel useful, belong, improve self-esteem, foster people-to-people relationships and personal, social and professional achievements. In the case of peopl...
Microfranchising: an inclusive tourism business modality for Guajira, Colombiahttp://0877ae12-a25f-4949-ba2b-1b69db794d The article aims to analyse the relationship between inclusive businesses (NI) and micro-franchises from the opportunities and challenges faced by Guajira to engage in tourism entrepreneurship. A correlation descriptive analysis with non-experimental, cross-field design was put forward for this analysis. A questionnaire of 25 items was applied to 147 subjects, the validity of which was approved by experts in the area, while their consistency resulted in a Cronbach Alfa in 0,761. The results found that NI and micro-franchising are strongly associated, 873 * *. The conclusions highlight the viability of the NI type as suppliers, distributors or producers, while to a lesser extent NI type as business partners or allies. In terms of challenges, the emphasis is on public policies for business development and access to corporate finance schemes. On the side of the advantages, tourism is the hub for micro-franchising NIs to take part in the Guajira region, however, they need to be addressed by actions that make them more efficient and effective. To this end, a number of suggestions are made to help overcome them with the support of all. The study is very useful for academic researchers in the business and tourism sector, allowing discussion on the microfranchising model as a viable scheme to minimise poverty conditions for people at the heart of the pyramid.
El artículo tiene como objetivo analizar la relación entre los negocios inclusivos (NI) y las microfranquicias desde las oportunidades y desafíos que enfrenta la Guajira para incursionar en emprendimientos turísticos. Para este análisis se planteó un análisis descriptivo correlacional con...
Colombia between international integration and development challenges
Colombia has been in a paradox for a few years. On the one hand, with sustained growth above some countries in the region, in 2010 it became part of the CIVETS, one of the acronyms of the new emerging countries, and over the last ten years the levels of foreign exports and investment have risen year...
Visiting Dark Murals: An Ethnographic Approach to the Sustainability of Heritage
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“HOME Sweet Spa”: social enterprise and spa at the address
Fil: López, Ana Valeria. University of San Andrés. School of Administration and Business; Argentina. “This graduation work is based on an identified business opportunity and is in the process of being developed. HOME Sweet Spa is a home-based Spa service, and an inclusive social business that functi...
Upgrading or Polarization? The Evolution of Employment Structure and Quality in Quebec and Canada, 1997-2013
The Labour Force Survey Microdata of Statistics Canada have been used as part of an approach centered on professions, which itself rests upon an employment regime approach. The authors have constructed a typology of occupations into eight classes. Based on the relative share of occupational classes...
An ANP-Balanced Scorecard Methodology to Quantify the Impact of TQM Elements on Organisational Strategic Sustainable Development: Application to an Oil Firm Sustainability
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JITA Social Business Bangladesh Limited: Reaching the unreachable in Bangladesh
This article analyses how the NGO Care has created with various stakeholders a new social enterprise –JITA. By integrating distribution channel, market creation model, research initiative and multi dimensional partnerships JITA is exploring a powerful platform that empower women, create employment...
Vocational rehabilitation centre: development of a proposal
Introduction: looking at society in relation to the person with disabilities and his/her inclusion as a proactive citizen, have reflected the various issues including those concerning work in their different ways, such as: competitive, supported or on own account. The establishment of the Centre for...
ORGANIC FAIR THE BARTER: Scopes OF A SOLIDARIA SOCIAL ECONOMY
The following article presents the results of a qualitative and exploratory investigation carried out on the basis of a series of interviews and comments from the producers of the El Trueque Organic Fair, located in San Cayetano, San José, Costa Rica. The trade fair has been analysed in the context...