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José L. Roldán

José L. Roldán
Universidad de Sevilla | US · Departamento de Administración De Empresas Y Comercialización E Investigación De Mercados (Marketing)

Ph.D.

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Introduction
Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling, Composite based SEM, Information Systems, Business Intelligence
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January 2009 - present
January 2006 - present
January 1991 - January 2017
Universidad de Sevilla
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  • Professor (Full)

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Publications (104)
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The objective of this study is to analyse the effect of four export barrier groups − human capital, cultural, administrative, and financial − on the product export barrier. The study participants constitute a statistically significant sample of 318 exporting companies in Brazil. The research model is tested using structural equation modelling, spec...
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[Concluding observations] As evident from this brief overview of recent methodological developments in PLS-SEM and the application articles in this special issue, measuring and assessing issues in sports management is a thriving and ongoing effort among scholars in this discipline. At the same time, we cannot forget that the field of sports managem...
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This study focuses on examining the mediating effect of job performance on the relationships between positive and negative affective states with job satisfaction of academics in Malaysian universities and colleges. Additionally, addressing organizational diversity, a gender comparison analysis was performed to extend the results. Data were collecte...
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Conditional mediation (CoMe) analysis integrates mediation and moderation analyses to examine and test hypotheses about how mediated relationships vary as a function of context, boundaries, or individual differences. Although CoMe analysis can be a crucial element of empirical studies that seek to advance theory in information systems, applications...
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Purpose Highlighting supplier collaboration is a widely adopted practice in tea shops, cafes and other related businesses. However, few studies have examined the effects of supplier-focused food ingredient presentation on consumers' behavioral intentions in food and hospitality research. This study identified the role of restaurant–supplier co-crea...
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Este libro ha sido concebido como una ampliación del Manual de Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) (segunda edición) (2019). El manual está diseñado como un guía práctica de fácil manejo para abordar los siguientes contenidos avanzados de PLS-SEM: • Modelos de componentes jerárquicos o de orden superior • Modelización, esti...
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Guided by affective events theory (AET), our inquiry aims at examining the relationships among affective work events, affective states, affect-driven behaviors, and attitudes of international faculty working in the Malaysian institutions of higher learning. Specifically, the impacts of interpersonal conflict, as a work event, on international facul...
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This research proposes guidelines for hypothesizing and assessing mediation concepts for tourism and hospitality research. The mediation analysis plays a significant role in theory development and advancement in social science disciplines and is significantly increasing in recent years. However, following questionable hypothesis development, statis...
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Purpose Within the framework of Total Quality Management (TQM) and the EFQM Excellence Model (EEM), the main objective of this paper is to develop a causal-predictive analysis of the relationships between soft and strategic-hard EFQM factors and the organisational results (customers, people, society and key results). Design/methodology/approach Fr...
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Drawing on the information technology (IT)‐enabled capabilities perspective, this study develops a model that extends our knowledge of the mechanisms through which IT contributes to business value. Specifically, we provide new insights to the stream of research that proposes organizational agility to be a higher order capability enabled by informat...
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Applications of partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) often draw on survey data. While researchers go to great lengths to document reliability and validity statistics that support the generalisability of their findings, they often overlook or ignore a more fundamental issue related to data analysis—the representativeness of t...
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The increasing ethnic heterogeneity that many societies are experiencing could be interpreted as a detrimental phenomenon, since empirical literature exists that indicates that higher levels of ethnic fractionalization induce higher levels of corruption. This paper aims to show the role of tolerance in overcoming this harmful effect of ethnic heter...
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This is our humble contribution to the book The Great Facilitator: Reflections on the Contribution of Joseph F. Hair. This manuscript describes the experience of the Seville crew with the man behind the scholar. The recollections refer to the two consecutive visits in 2014 and 2015 to the Universidad de Sevilla and his academic and personal activit...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to analyze the occurrence of terms to identify the relevant topics and then to investigate the area (based on topics) of hospitality services that is highly associated with relationship quality. This research represents an opportunity to fill the gap in the current literature, and clarify the understanding of g...
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Recent studies have shown the increasing importance of affective and subjective variables, such as experience quality, authenticity, and emotions in the formation of tourist satisfaction. This paper is a pioneer in jointly analysing the influence of authenticity in its double dimension, experience quality, and emotions variables on satisfaction in...
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Purpose: In this paper, we assess the role of knowledge management (KM) practices as a key antecedent of KM performance. Also, we examine how Information technology (IT) infrastructure is used as a driver of KM performance, organizational performance and innovation. In addition, the effects of IT infrastructure can be indirect. Specifically, we sho...
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Partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) is one of the options used to analyze mediation effects. Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediation effects in PLS-SEM, which can lead to erroneous results in some...
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Partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) is one of the options used to analyze mediation effects. Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediation effects in PLS-SEM, which can lead to erroneous results in some...
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Partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) is one of the options used to analyze mediation effects. Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediation effects in PLS-SEM, which can lead to erroneous results in some...
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Partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) is one of the options used to analyze mediation effects. Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediation effects in PLS-SEM, which can lead to erroneous results in some...
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To remain competitive within the current, uncertain business scenario, it is vital for firms to develop capabilities that lead them to adapt and offer quick responses to market changes. Under the dynamic capabilities view of the firm, this paper proposes a model that presents an exhaustive analysis of two relevant research gaps: (i) the underlying...
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In this paper we examine how managers perceive employees’ affective commitment and how this perception determines their trust as a managerial attitude toward organizational learning capability (OLC). Likewise, we study how managerial trust affects product innovation and OLC. In other words, we carry out a double mediation: firstly, we examine wheth...
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The purpose of the paper is to present the state of the art in quantitative research on the EFQM model that will guide future research lines in this field. For this, a systematic literature review from the period 1991–2015 is carried out in impact journals belonging to the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) and SCImago Journal & Country Rank (SJR). Fin...
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Indirect or mediated effects constitute a type of relationship between constructs that often occurs in partial least squares structural equation models (PLS-SEM). Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediation effects in PLS-SEM,...
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Common Method Bias (CMB) represents one of the most frequently cited concerns among Information System (IS) and social science researchers. Despite the broad number of commentaries lamenting the importance of CMB, most empirical studies have relied upon Monte Carlo simulations, assuming that all of the sources of bias are homogenous in their impact...
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This article studies the influence of regional institutional environment, measured as regional development, on capital structure of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Furthermore, the standard firm-factor determinants and the business sector of the firm are also incorporated. To this end, a sample of 6,560 Spanish firms for 2007 is analysed...
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Partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM) is one of the options used to analyze mediation effects. Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediation effects in PLS-SEM, which can lead to erroneous results in some...
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This study examines post-adoption behaviors (i.e., frequency of use, routinization and infusion) and their effects on the sense of community in the domain of social network sites. In particular, this contribution formulates mediation hypotheses, which posit how frequency of use affects social integration via routinization and infusion. The data was...
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Purpose – Indirect or mediated effects constitute a type of relationship between constructs that often occurs in partial least squares path modeling (PLS). Over the past few years, the methods for testing mediation have become more sophisticated. However, many researchers continue to use outdated methods to test mediating effects in PLS, which can...
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This paper compares the effects of factors influencing residents’ perceptions toward tourism development in urban and rural World Heritage Sites (WHS). This study has been conducted in the rural Lenggong and urban George Town WHSs in Malaysia. Partial least squares – structural equation modeling, using a number of recently developed advanced analys...
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Purpose Despite the positive effects of customer capital (CC), questions remain over how managers enable CC growth by applying their skills and capabilities through managerial actions and strategies, such as developing information technology (IT) capability, fostering relationship learning (RL) activities and developing green innovation performance...
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Under the main theme “prediction-oriented modeling in business research by means of partial least squares path modeling” (PLS), the special issue presents 17 papers. Most contributions include content from presentations at the 2nd International Symposium on Partial Least Squares Path Modeling: The Conference for PLS Users, which took place at the U...
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The paper examines the role of the strategic planning process in excellence management systems (EMSs) and attempts to contribute evidence of how the efficient EMS works, by an analysis of the synergies and relationships between the critical factors of total quality management (TQM) and the organisation's results. In order to reach these objectives,...
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Many studies uphold market orientation as a key factor in creating and sustaining a firm’s competitive advantage. The present research model explores this topic further by including within the model the links between organizations' innovation outcomes, its process of organizational unlearning and business performance. In particular, the model empir...
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Organizational agility (OA), as a key dynamic capability, is a firm's ability to enable sensing environmental changes and responding efficiently and effectively to them. This study explores this topic further by analyzing the part played by the information systems capabilities (ISC) variable as an antecedent of OA, and absorptive capacity (AC) as a...
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The growing use of social online services raises the question of what encourages members to participate actively and maintain accumulated social capital. Our research has particularly become aware of the relevance of familiarity, trust and reciprocity in understanding the members' sense of a virtual community (VC). Familiarity and trust are efficie...
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Our paper contributes to the understanding of the alliance portfolio management capability by examining the relationships among their different dimensions and their impact on the alliance portfolio performance. The current study proposes and tests a multiple mediating model and tests the mediation. A variance-based structural equation modelling (pa...
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This study analyzes the effects of several post-adoption behaviors (extent of use, routinization and infusion) on overall performance in using an Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). Furthermore, the authors test whether the routinization and infusion variables mediate the influence of the extent of use on overall performance. This researc...
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ABSTRACT Our paper contributes to progress on the conceptualization and the operationalization of the alliance portfolio configuration. A variance-based structural equation modeling (partial least squares) has been applied to a sample made up of top global contractors. Previous works on alliance portfolio have analyzed the dimensions of alliance po...
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The purpose of this research is to analyze the different factors that determine the level of time devoted to volunteer activity involving employed people. To this end, we applied a logistic regression model to a sample of 5,067 employees, considering four categories of factors: family and personal, on the one hand, and contextual factors, on the ot...
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The purpose of this paper is to research how the critical total quality management (TQM) factors present in the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) model make up a management system. This article presents a significant contribution to the current body of TQM by establishing the model's internal working structure as a management system...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to develop a theoretical model for evaluating the international competitiveness of Small and Medium Multinational Enterprises (SMNEs) located in Latin American developing countries. Design/methodology/approach Industrial economics and international business theories were linked for establishing the firm intern...
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Starting from the construct absorptive capacity, this study separately treats its two dimensions – potential absorptive capacity (PACAP) and realized absorptive capacity (RACAP) – and analyzes their influence on innovation outcomes (IO) in project teams. We also examine potential absorptive capacity as an antecedent of realized absorptive capacity....
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Partial Least Squares (PLS) is an efficient statistical technique that is highly suited for Information Systems research. In this chapter, the authors propose both the theory underlying PLS and a discussion of the key differences between covariance-based SEM and variance-based SEM, i.e., PLS. In particular, authors: (a) provide an analysis of the o...
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Following the organizational learning theory and the knowledge-based view approach, this contribution aims to study the influence of entrepreneurial orientation and learning orientation on organizational learning, considering the latter as a mediating variable in the relationships between both antecedent cultural values and business performance. We...
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This study analyzes the effects of several post-adoption behaviors (extent of use, routinization and infusion) on overall performance in using an Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). Furthermore, we test whether the routinization and infusion variables mediate the influence of the extent of use on overall performance. This research collect...
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This paper proposes a conceptual model to test the moderating effect of relational learning on the link between knowledge strategies and innovation. To accomplish this, this study is carried out on healthcare organizations. It has been generally accepted that both explicit and tacit knowledge play a basic role in organizational innovation. However,...
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Partiendo del constructo capacidad de absorción (ACAP), este trabajo adopta el concepto de capacidad de absorción propuesto por Zahra y George (2002), que lo conciben como un concepto compuesto por dos – capacidad de absorción potencial (PACAP) y capacidad de absorción realizada (RACAP) – De ahí que hayamos hipotetizado una relación positiva entre...
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As a result of our research we have become increasingly aware of the relevance of visual design in understanding learners’ attitudes towards the use of virtual tools. Likewise, perceived usefulness is an essential antecedent of the cumulative impressions of, and preferences for, such tools. Therefore, the aim of this study is to investigate the mai...
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Much research has highlighted the influence of certain factors of the environment on entrepreneurship. This article proposes a structural model that relates three of these environmental variables to entrepreneurial capacity. These are entrepreneurial education and training, research and development transfer and cultural and social norms. These rela...
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This article evaluates the factors determining of the international competitiveness of small and medium multinational enterprises (SMEs) located in developing countries. This took place with a sample of 103 SMEs from a Latin American developing country, Peru. In accordance with Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling (SEM-PLS) methodolog...
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This paper aims to examine the relationships between different types of cultures and effectiveness in Total Quality Management (TQM) implementation. Using Cameron's framework, we have tested the connection between a quality culture taxonomy and TQM programme performance using data from a survey carried out with 113 Spanish companies that have imple...
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This paper aims to examine the relationships between different types of cultures and effectiveness in Total Quality Management (TQM) implementation. Using Cameron’s framework, we have tested the connection between a quality culture taxonomy and TQM programme performance using data from a survey carried out with 113 Spanish companies that have imple...