Jose-Manuel Hurtado-Gonzalez

Jose-Manuel Hurtado-Gonzalez
Universidad Pablo de Olavide | UPO · Department of Business Organization and Marketing

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Introduction
Jose-Manuel Hurtado-Gonzalez currently works at the Department of Business Organization and Marketing , Universidad Pablo de Olavide. Jose-Manuel does research in Business Administration. Their current project is 'Corporate Governance'.

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Publications (23)
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Purpose By integrating the structural contingency and the organizational adaptation theories, this study analyzes the impact of the main variables of organizational structure on convergent change. The authors also examine whether some contingency variables, such as the firm's size, age and sector, may help to explain differences in the relationship...
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From a contingency view, we aim to contribute to a better understanding of how exploitation and exploration influence performance. By conducting a meta-analysis, we aim to answer the following research question: How do substantive moderators (slack resources, organizational structure, inter-organizational relationships, competitive intensity, and e...
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Many studies have examined the relationships between board attributes (board independence, CEO duality, board size, and women on boards) and corporate social responsibility disclosure (CSRD) as a means to improve a firm’s reputation. This research was performed in various international settings and uneven outcomes were obtained. We therefore meta-a...
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Prior research into the relationship between firm ownership structure and board of director independence has been conducted in a variety of international settings and has led to mixed results. Given this divergence, we meta-analyze 127 studies in order to test whether different types of owners (if a firm's ownership lies mainly in the hands of mana...
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This paper explores the effect that the monitoring and the provision of resources board roles have on the relationship between ownership concentration and firm performance. The sample of this study is made up of 579 European firms registered on the STOXX Europe 600 index during the period 2002–2011. The results of this study show that the monitorin...
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Purpose Using a contingency approach, the purpose of this paper is to study how organizational factors (such as the organizational life cycle, firm size, firm ownership concentration and firm technology) determine the relative importance of the monitoring and provision of resources roles provided by board members. Design/methodology/approach This...
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In the past few decades, we have seen strong growth in the number of publications on the role of alliances and networking on innovative performance and, more generally, firm performance. The empirical results of these studies are, however, often debated, and there seems to be little consensus in the academic literature. We therefore focus our meta-...
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Based on the resource-based view (RBV) and the dynamic capabilities (DC) approach, in this work we carry out a thorough literature review in order to identify which organizational actions and resources act as the main antecedents of exploration and exploitation. Also, by using the cognitive maps technique, we analyse to what extent these antecedent...
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Environmental jolts are temporary disruptions that cause a hostile transformation in the level of resources available in a given system. Using the 2008 financial crisis as a moderator factor in the relationship between board structure and firm value, we assess whether there are any changes in board governance practices as a result of firms adaptati...
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This article draws on an integrated perspective of institutional theory and the resource-based view of the firm by studying the causal relationships among Web technology adoption, social and economic rational managerial perceptions, and firm results. It does so in the context of the fashion industry. The article suggests that both resource-based vi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to study the influence that balanced scorecard (BSC) adoption has on organizational climate, employees’ commitment, job satisfaction and job dedication. Design/methodology/approach – Data were collected using a questionnaire sent to the employees working in a retail sector firm, at two different moments in ti...
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The aim of this study is to determine whether implementing the balanced scorecard (BSC) improves organisational performance. Data were collected from employees of a retail-sector firm, using questionnaires sent to them in 2009 and 2010. A total of 406 and 494 questionnaires were returned from each of the two mail shots. We used structural equation...
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This paper examines the interaction among product innovation, web technology and vertical integration, and their effects on firm efficiency in the fashion industry. One contribution of this work is that we do not assume the effect of these variables on firm efficiency to be monotonic. Additionally, rather than using standard financial ratios, we us...
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The present global financial crisis has revived the notion that competitive markets may lead some directors and executives to behave in opportunistic ways considered unethical and even illegal, through the pursuit of self-interest. This article proposes and tests an integrated model that offers new insights into the relationship between board struc...
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In the past few decades, we have seen strong growth in the number of publications on the role of alliances and networking on innovative performance and, more generally, firm performance. The empirical results of these studies are, however, often debated, and there seems to be little consensus in the academic literature. We therefore focus our meta-...
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Environmental jolts are temporary disruptions that cause a hostile transformation in the level of resources available in a given system. Using the 2008 financial crisis as a moderator factor in the relationship between board structure and firm value, we assess if there is any change in board governance practices as a result of firms adaptation to t...
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Spanish Abstract: La literatura sobre las Alianzas Estrategicas es muy amplia, tanto de investigaciones teoricas como empiricas. En general, los trabajos han focalizado variables estructurales especificas, aunque la denominacion de estas no es congruente y en algunos casos se aprecian contradicciones si se trata de contrastar su influencia en el re...
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This study examines the alignment of managers’ mental models with the strategy map provided by the balanced scorecard (BSC). By applying the cognitive maps technique to the managers of a printing firm, this work uses the distance ratio method to analyse managers’ different perceptions of the firm's resources and capabilities, as defined in the BSC....
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Applying the institutional theory perspective, the objective of this study is to analyse the effect that isomorphic pressures have on web technology adoption in an international sample from Europe and North America. This study jointly considers the speed and the level of web as integrators of the adoption dimension. Our results suggest that the hig...
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This paper examines the effect of the different levels of web adoption on firm performance. We propose and test a model integrating one direct path and four indirect paths between levels of web adoption and firm performance. These four indirect paths take into account customer satisfaction, corporate image, market expansion and internal efficiency...
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The Internet is changing the way in which businesses operate. ‘Brick and mortar’ companies can now use the Internet to reach more customers and sell products in addition to the traditional channels. Moreover, the Internet is an excellent means of communication and advertisement. Nevertheless, only a minority of the businesses operating in the fashi...

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