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Formato: 2019
The invention of Homo Economicus and the expulsion of ethics from economics. A way without return?
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Blanca Miedes Ugarte, David Flores Ruiz
Resumen:

Through a literature review, this article analyses the relationships between Ethics and Economics, and the process to which the invention of the concept of homo economicus signified the separation of both disciplines that have been seen as different intellectual domains since then. However, the work highlights some aspects of the criticism of prominent authors like A. Sen and A. O. Hirschman on neoclassical economic agency.

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Temas:
ethics, Ethical Economics, Economic Theory, Economic Though
Immigrant entrepreneurship: an international comparison.
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Alicia Coduras Martínez, José Manuel Saiz-Alvarez, Carlos Cuervo-Arango Martínez
Resumen:

The actual triple-C, as a combination of economic and financial crises, in addition to the crisis in credibility of economic policy, has fostered North-North and South-North immigration. The objective of this work is to determine the dimension of immigrant´s entrepreneurship, according to their recipient countries being factor driven, efficiency driven, and innovation driven economies.

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Temas:
Entrepreneurship, Development, Immigration, Efficiency, crisis
The global economy and social entrepreneurship
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Francisco J. SANTOS, María de la O Barroso, Carmen Guzmán
Resumen:

In this article, the role which can play social entrepreneurship in the achievement of a fairer global economy is studied. Thus, we start paying attention to the most important problems observed in the global economic system and the influence which is exerted on them by the existing distance among ethics and economics.

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Temas:
globalization, ethics, Entrepreneurship, Social Entrepreneurship
Cooperative learning and learning of knowledge through a joint venture: a study from the entrepreneurial firm perspective
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano, María del Mar Benavides-Espinosa, Antonia Mohedano-Suanes
Resumen:

Academic literature points to the joint venture as an instrument for entrepreneurship and interorganizational learning. This particular type of partnership allows partners to develop two learning processes: one concerns the knowledge provided by the partner in the joint venture, and the other revolves around the process of cooperation.

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Temas:
Entrepreneurship, Interorganizational Learning, Cooperative Learning, Joint Venture
Four educational principles to rethink ethically entrepreneurship education
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Alain Fayolle, Olivier Toutain
Resumen:

While most entrepreneurship education stakeholders still assume the position that the main aim of entrepreneurship courses at the university and business schools levels would be to produce entrepreneurs, we advocate in this article that entrepreneurship education is much more.

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Temas:
Entrepreneurship, Education, Pedagogy, Complexity, Strategy
Cultural values, income and entrepreneurship
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Inmaculada JAÉN, José Fernández-Serrano, Francisco LIÑÁN
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The aim of this paper is to analyse the interactions between cultural values and entrepreneurial activity in countries with different income levels. Two main data sources have been used. The Schwartz Value Survey (SVS) measures cultural orientations at the country level. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) provides information on entrepreneurial activity. Cultural variables and entrepreneurship, together, account for over 60% of the variance in GDP per capita.

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Temas:
Cultural Values, Entrepreneurship, Development Level
Economic progress: different approaches and moral and social aspects
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Miguel Ángel GALINDO MARTÍN, María Teresa Méndez Picazo
Resumen:

The study of progress is not recent. Greek thinkers pointed out that progress means a progressive advancement of science and technology and, sometimes, this advance is related to happiness. Some literature has identified economic progress with economic growth. However, there is an important difference between both concepts. According to Holcombe, economic growthrefers to the quantity of products, while economic progress refers to the quality of them.

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Temas:
Progress, Economic Growth, A. Smith Keynes, Schumpeter
The functional and productive dependences in the analysis of the global value chain
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Rafael Cáceres, Juan A. Martínez-Román, Isidoro ROMERO
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The aim of this paper is to show the relevance of the concepts “functional dependency” and “productive dependence” in the analysis of the characteristics of the business. The paper discusses the main contributions that have been made on these concepts and underlines the application of them to the study of the position of SMEs in global value chains and their impact on firms’ innovative activity.

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