Volume 8 – Issue 1

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DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.8.1

DAX Companies in 2019, Financial Performance and Their Women Quota on Supervisory and Management Boards

Bettina Binder

New economic-business paradigm: The cryptocurrency and the tokenization of the economy. Monetary and financial revolution. The Blockchain, as the ultimate evolution of the accounting book.

José Daniel Barquero Cabrero

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Article 3, Volume 7 Issue 2

Company philosophy and its reputation through an analysis of the MERCO ranking

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José Daniel Barquero Cabrero – (ESERP-Abertis Observatory)

Mª de las Mercedes Cancelo Sanmartín – (University of Malaga, UVM, ECSSR)

Received May 7, 2021; accepted June 22, 2021.

Abstract

Social responsibility has been incorporated as a fundamental aspect in the structuring of large organizations. It is inevitable from a communicative and social interpretation perspective of organizations, not to observe them as socially incorporated entities and active agents in society. In the last two decades there has been not only an advance in the theoretical conceptualization of social responsibility, but also a normative and strategic design of the implementation of SR in companies. In the present investigation, a comparative study is presented that analyzes the development and execution of Social Responsibility in Spanish and Mexican companies. For this, the index based on Corporate Reputation Corporate Monitoring (MERCO Ranking) will be taken as a basis, selecting those considered as the ten best companies positioned in Spain and Mexico. The objective of the study is to determine the coherence of the MERCO Reputation Index with the theoretical concept of social responsibility. As well as determining the real role of the SR in the organizational philosophy and the materialization of it.

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Barquero, J. D. & Cancelo, M. M. (2021). Company philosophy and its reputation through an analysis of the MERCO ranking. European Accounting and Management Review, 7(3), 40-52.

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Article 3, Volume 7 Issue 2

Company philosophy and its reputation through an analysis of the MERCO ranking Author José Daniel Barquero Cabrero – (ESERP-Abertis Observatory) Mª de las Mercedes Cancelo Sanmartín – (University of Malaga, UVM, ECSSR) DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.7.2.3 Download PDF View HTML Received May 7, 2021; accepted June 22, 2021. Abstract English Social responsibility has been incorporated as a

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The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis Author Josep Llach – (Universitat de Girona) Frederic Marimon – (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya) DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.7.2.2 Download PDF View HTML Received February 3, 2020; accepted March 4, 2020. Abstract English The university academic staff is a

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The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis

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Josep Llach – (Universitat de Girona)

Frederic Marimon – (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya)

Received February 3, 2020; accepted March 4, 2020.

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The university academic staff is a key element of the quality of universities. Therefore, it is essential to understand if performance in their three possible roles (teaching, research and management) affects the learning process of students and, more specifically, their satisfaction. A database of 992 satisfaction surveys conducted at the University of Girona was used to show that not all the roles affect these two aspects in the same way and that contextual factors such as contractual tie and gender are also significant.

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Llach, J. & Marimon, F. (2021). The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis. European Accounting and Management Review, 7(2), 23-22.

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Article 3, Volume 7 Issue 2

Company philosophy and its reputation through an analysis of the MERCO ranking Author José Daniel Barquero Cabrero – (ESERP-Abertis Observatory) Mª de las Mercedes Cancelo Sanmartín – (University of Malaga, UVM, ECSSR) DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.7.2.3 Download PDF View HTML Received May 7, 2021; accepted June 22, 2021. Abstract English Social responsibility has been incorporated as a

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Article 2, Volume 7 Issue 2

The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis Author Josep Llach – (Universitat de Girona) Frederic Marimon – (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya) DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.7.2.2 Download PDF View HTML Received February 3, 2020; accepted March 4, 2020. Abstract English The university academic staff is a

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Article 1, Volume 7 Issue 2

Demographic Drivers of Workplace Deviance: A Survey of Clinical and Non-Clinical Hospital Professionals

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Rogério J. Lunkes – (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)

Ernesto Lopez-Valeiras – (Universidad de Vigo)

Jacobo Gomez-Conde – (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Received February 1, 2021; accepted April 19, 2021.

Abstract

This paper aims to determine the extent to which employee demographic characteristics (gender, age, tenure and professional group) predict an employee’s decision to participate in deviant workplace behavior. We conduct a quantitative field study consisting in a survey of 113 clinical and non-clinical professionals at the three largest hospitals in Brazil. ANOVA and linear regression were used to test the hypothesized model. Our results reveal that those most prone to deviant behavior are the short tenure, young and administrative professionals. Although we found no association between gender and workplace deviance, our results generate specific knowledge on relevant behavioral issues involving clinical and non-clinical hospital professionals. The knowledge of the demographic characteristics that may predict workplace deviance will allow managers to design and implement more accurate control systems and training programs that could reduce this dysfunctional behavior and its negative impact on organizations and society.

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Lunkes, R. J., López-Valeiras, E. & Gómez-Conde, J. (2021). Demographic Drivers of Workplace Deviance: A Survey of Clinical and Non-Clinical Hospital Professionals. European Accounting and Management Review, 7(2), 1-22.

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Article 3, Volume 7 Issue 2

Company philosophy and its reputation through an analysis of the MERCO ranking Author José Daniel Barquero Cabrero – (ESERP-Abertis Observatory) Mª de las Mercedes Cancelo Sanmartín – (University of Malaga, UVM, ECSSR) DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.7.2.3 Download PDF View HTML Received May 7, 2021; accepted June 22, 2021. Abstract English Social responsibility has been incorporated as a

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Article 2, Volume 7 Issue 2

The triple role of university academic staff and its effects on students’ satisfaction: contractual tie and gender contextual analysis Author Josep Llach – (Universitat de Girona) Frederic Marimon – (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya) DOI: 10.26595/eamr.2014.7.2.2 Download PDF View HTML Received February 3, 2020; accepted March 4, 2020. Abstract English The university academic staff is a

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