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Formato: 2019
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
Impact of the world crisis on the employment and productivity of SMEs: the case of the largest european economies
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Małgorzata Kokocinska, Marek Rekowski
Resumen:

The financial world crisis caused negative economic consequences within many sectors of national economies. One of the affected is SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) which plays an important role in each economy because its effects on employment creation and added value. Therefore, it has been concluded that symptoms of recovery of this sector after the World Economic Crisis can be an important incentive to the growth of economies.

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Temas:
Economic Crisis, SMEs, large European countries, employment, labor productivity
Index
Revista:
35 - 2013
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Index
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
Introduction
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Rafael Cáceres y Francisco J. Santos
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Introduction
Potential ethical conflicts between dominants cientific and technological paradigms and improving the well-being of the population in some emergin economics
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Mikel GÓMEZ URANGA, Mª Luz de la Cal Barredo
Resumen:

In recent years, some emerging countries such as China, India and Brazil, have been major advances in the area of scientific and technological innovation. This article is a first approach to the ethical dilemmas that arise between various scientific and technological paradigms and the improvement of the well-being of the population in these countries.

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Temas:
Intellectual property rights, Well-being, Grass-roots innovations, Inclusive innovation
The difficult relationship between ethics and economics
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Carlos BERZOSA
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The mainstream Economic theory does not take into consideration Ethics in its analysis. This limitation not only has an impact in the theory, but also is determining the performance on reality. We intend to go through the history of economics to study the views of some economists on the relationship between Ethics and Economy. The most relevant reform that has taken place in capitalism has arrived with the establishment of the welfare state.

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Temas:
ethics, Economic Theory, Welfare State, Free Market
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
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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
Editorial
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Editorial
Tourism SMEs’ Contribution to development
Revista:
35 - 2013
Autores:
Pilar TEJADA, Pilar Moreno, Mª José Rodríguez
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This paper uses global value chains framework to examine the role and dynamic of small and medium sized tourism enterprises (SMEs), and the development prospects for countries within them. First, we review literature about tourism’s contribution to development.

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Temas:
SMEs, Tourism, Global Value Chain, Development

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