Publications

From the EQ-LAB Team

All our documents are available in indexed journals or national and international publications, maintaining the rigor of scientific-academic research.

Scientific article published in a JCR Q1-indexed journal in the United States. This paper analyzes how other factors in the environment can moderate the restructuring–business-results relationship.

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Case study on the Ecuadorian company Pacari and its process to become a B company published by the Canadian publishing house Ivey Publishing.

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Case study on the Ecuadorian company Solubles Instantáneos published by the Canadian publishing house Ivey Publishing.

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Scientific article published in an Ecuadorian indexed journal. Crowdfunding is a financing tool that provides financial support to those who want to turn a project into reality. Despite the benefits provided by this tool, this term is little known in Ecuador. Due to this problem, an exploratory research of the literature has been carried out applying qualitative tools.

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Scientific article published in an Ecuadorian indexed journal. The development of university spin-offs is a phenomenon that is increasingly being studied because it encourages the creation of companies with a high degree of innovation. This research analyzes the factors that influence the creation of spin-offs within the Faculty of Administrative Sciences of the University of Guayaquil.

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Scientific article published in a Chilean-indexed journal. The main objective of this work is to conceptually analyze the study of the restructuring of the business portfolio and its effect on companies’ results.

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Scientific article published in a journal indexed in Indexada Pymes, Innovación y Desarrollo (Mercosur). The main objective of this article is to carry out a theoretical review on the obstacles faced by micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in Latin America. According to the evidence presented, this paper finds that the main obstacles are: access to financing; a lack of specialized human resources; and access to technology. The solutions to these obstacles are based on: (i) opting for microcredit and crowdfunding; (ii) obtaining assistance and training, and looking for professionals in online cooperation platforms; and (iii) establishing strategic alliances with universities, technology centers, and other companies in the sector so that there are transfers of tangible and intangible resources.

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Presented at the most important world management congress (Academy of Management), held in Chicago. Details the effects of the institutional environment and the economic cycle on the strategies and performance of European companies.

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Participation in the lll International Scientific Congress “Knowledge Society: Challenges and Perspectives.” Presents the characteristics of successful companies in the city of Guayaquil.

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Proceedings of the First Congress on Business Sciences of the Universidad Espíritu Santo (Ecuador). Presents the main characteristics and advantages of the e-business model.

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Working papers