Giorgia Miotto

Giorgia Miotto
Universitat Ramon Llull | URL · Department of Communication

Doctor of Philosophy

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The purpose of this research is to analyze the influence of the state legitimacy on of the different countries’ entrepreneurial activity’s development, the opportunities’ perception and the entrepreneurship’s motivations. This paper is set into the research field which analyze how the institutional environment influence entrepreneurship in differen...
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The perception of organizational legitimacy is influenced by different factors at the micro and macro levels. Organizational approval and support depend on the judgment criteria applied by the involved stakeholders. This research aims to analyze how legitimation criteria affect the different types of organizational legitimacy. Specifically, we anal...
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This research aims to analyze how the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are included in the EU cultural policies and which are the priorities of the European Union (EU) in the cultural sustainability’s agenda. We performed a content analysis of the EU Countries’ cultural policies, evaluating the grade of inclusion of the SDGs. The conclusions sh...
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The article aims to analyze the cause–effect relationship between Brand Ethicality Perception (CPE), legitimacy and purchase intention during the COVID-19 first wave, taking into consideration the mediation effect of the country of residence. Data collection was based on a survey launched during the COVID-19 lockdown in Madrid and New York. To anal...
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Purpose The aim of this paper is to measure the effects of universities' ethical management and positive impact on society affect the faculty engagement through the mediating effect of organizational legitimacy. Design/methodology/approach Engaged employees are characterized by better performance, increased productivity and by generating higher cu...
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Organizational legitimacy is determined by individuals who observe and evaluate the organizations according to social models. Individuals validate their judgments according to their beliefs, values, and ethical norms, even if they privately disagree with them. However, society relies on the opinions of others to make decisions, looking for shared a...
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The gender equality topic is gaining momentum both in the organizational and in the institutional management field. In order to close the gender gap that is common in the business environment, governments are promoting full and effective inclusion of women in all business areas and levels, developing useful policies to reach equal career progress o...
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Even though the Spanish Constitution establishes that Spain is structured into Autonomous Communities and that the principles of solidarity and subsidiarity govern the relationship between the different regions, very often Spanish media publish news about territorial inequality, conflicts, and independency velleity. The objective of this investigat...
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An organization acquires legitimacy when it operates in an appropriate and desirable manner, satisfying the stakeholders' needs and expectations. Stakeholders claim to business schools sustainable and responsible management, knowledge transfer and research. In the last years, business schools adopted Corporate Social Responsibility as guideline of...
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In the context of the fast fashion industry, this study examined the efficacy of sustainable collections in achieving corporate legitimacy. We examine the ethical branding and organizational legitimacy relationship in the context of the fast fashion industry. We conducted an online experiment with the use of Amazon MTurk in the Unites States. The d...
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Globalization, rankings, and the decrease of public funding have created a highly competitive environment for public universities. Internal and external stakeholders increasingly demand better results in term of research, teaching, knowledge transfer, employability, and community outreach. In this new landscape, intangible assets such as reputation...
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Gender equality is an extremely important issue for all businesses, nevertheless the fast fashion industry, which targets mainly the female population, faces major challenges related to women wellbeing and labor rights, employees professional and personal development. The objective of this paper is to analyse how three leading fast fashion companie...
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Ante el auge del marketing de influencers, este estudio, descriptivo y analítico, responde a tres objetivos: identificar y describir los límites legales y éticos de esta práctica publicitaria; valorar su supervisión sobre la base de la jurisprudencia y las resoluciones del sistema de autorregulación publicitaria español; e identificar el rol que pu...
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In the light of the growth of influencer marketing, this descriptive and analytical study pursues the following three objectives: first, to identify and describe the legal and ethical boundaries of this advertising practice; second, to assess its supervision on the basis of case law and resolutions of the Spanish advertising self-regulation system;...
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Gender equality is still an issue in business schools, since women in MBAs classrooms, in faculty and in management teams have low representation. Challenges caused by lack of financial aids, salaries gap and a very masculine model avoid a better gender balance in the business graduate schools, which, globally, should lead women personal and profes...
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Gender equality is still an issue in business schools, since women in MBAs classrooms, in faculty and in management teams have low representation. Challenges caused by lack of financial aids, salaries gap and a very masculine model avoid a better gender balance in the business graduate schools, which, globally, should lead women personal and profes...
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The mission of universities is not limited to creating and transferring knowledge. Nowadays, universities have the responsibility of working towards the improvement of people’s lives and solving significant global problems. (Núñez and Alonso, 2009; Setó et al., 2011; Vázquez et al., 2015; Martínez et al., 2017). This global, inclusive mission, alon...
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Abstract: Social networks represent a formula of contact between the company and the end customer, which can easily be loyal and monetized. The tourism sector is particularly prone to it. Depending on activity data on Facebook and Twitter, this research compares two 5-star Barcelona hotels, the W Hotel and the Hotel Arts. Counts for each of the an...
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Universities mission is not limited to creating and transferring knowledge. Nowadays, universities have the responsibility to work for people's lives improvement and for global important issue solutions. (Martínez-Usarralde, Lloret-Catalá, & Mas-Gil, 2017; Núñez Chicharro & Alonso Carrillo, 2009; Setó-Pamies, Domingo-Vernis, & Rabassa- Figueras, 20...
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El objetivo de la presente investigación es analizar el impacto de la televisión a la carta en las audiencias del prime time en España. La aparición de distintas cadenas de televisión a lo largo de los últimos años ha supuesto una fragmentación de las audiencias en función de la oferta televisiva y de los gustos particulares de cada individuo entre...
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The latest scandals of the banking and finance sector that have shaken the economies of all countries and the widespread bad practices of most companies have created a feeling of great mistrust towards organizations. Thanks to Internet and the ease of circulation of content through social networks, consumers, and the society in general can reach, o...
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La Formación Profesional Dual (FP Dual) es una fórmula innovadora en España que permite a los estudiantes compaginar estudios y trabajo en la empresa. Los resultados de esta investigación cuantitativa y cualitativa permiten conocer la opinión (principales motivaciones, valoraciones e inquietudes que las empresas españolas observan en su adopción e...
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In the last years, Business Schools have experienced a lack of acceptance and legitimacy in the society. A company acquires legitimacy when it operates in an appropriate and desirable way in relation with the perceptions and needs of the social system and achieves acceptance by society because it fulfills the values, rules and meanings of the syste...
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This research analyses the alignment and the coincidence of the United Nations “17 Sustainable Development Goals” (SDG, September, 27th, 2015) among the Sustainability Reports of top 50 Business Schools worldwide according to the Financial Times Global MBA Ranking 2016. In this regard, the UN made a strong “Call to action” to companies to be a forc...

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