Juan-Antonio Mondéjar-Jiménez

Juan-Antonio Mondéjar-Jiménez
University of Castilla-La Mancha · Departamento de Administración de Empresas

Doctor of Business Administration

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This book is a compilation of 13 chapters on Tourism, Economy and Environment, analyzing the current situation and identifying future trends and new challenges in this field. The work has been divided into two blocks, one on Tourism and Management and another on Tourism and Legislation. Part I, Tourism and Management, consists of 8 chapters. Specif...
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Currently, many companies are abandoning multichannel and turning to a much more centralized model known as omnichannel, in order to gain a competitive advantage by integrating and optimizing different channels and thus the client has a unique experience. Within this context, the aim of this study is to analyse the omnichannel digital marketing str...
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The rich cultural and natural heritage of European countries have brought European tourism to the forefront. This status creates a need to take care of said tourism, with a particular focus on analysing its sustainability. Although several authors have pointed out the difficulties of transferring the principles of sustainable development to a speci...
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Los canales de distribución online son significativas plataformas de venta que ofrecen la posibilidad de aplicar estrategias de colaboración e innovación entre clientes y marcas. El objetivo del presente documento es destacar a través de una revisión de la literatura, la continua transformación online en la industria textil a través de acciones de...
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In an increasingly saturated ‘experience economy’ marketplace, museum managers are constantly trying to improve museumgoers’ satisfaction so as to maintain and raise visitor arrivals. At the same time that governments are demanding museums to increase visitors numbers so these gain economic sustainability, visitors are inquiring experiences that ar...
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There is a great deal of research focusing primarily on the analysis of cities' sustainable development, in which the role of culture plays an important role. Accordingly, a range of research disciplines consider the influence of culture on sustainable development. The relationship between culture and sustainable development is analysed from two pe...
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Over the last few years, much attention has been paid to the phenomenon of household food waste which largely contributes to the total amount of food waste generated in industrialised countries. The reduction of food waste has been also included within the European strategy of circular economy and ambitious objectives have been assigned to the Euro...
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Consiste en un estudio transversal sobre Internet y las Redes Sociales del sector hotelero español comparándolo con el resto de las empresas españolas, a través de una amplia encuesta. Tras el estudio realizado, podemos concluir que el uso de las Redes Sociales es más importante y está más desarrollado en el sector hotelero que en el conjunto empre...
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Brand delisting is a specific type of assortment reduction. It refers to the removal of all items of a single brand, leading to the unavailability of the brand within the store (Sloot and Verhoef 2008, p. 281). Recent retailing-related professional publications indicate that national brand (NB) delistings are not uncommon in food retailing (e.g., t...
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National brand (NB) delistings are not uncommon in food retailing; however, retailer boycotts of individual brands may have negative consequences, particularly in terms of store switching intentions. This paper analyses which kind of assortment (‘store brand-only’ or mixed) is more profitable in terms of store loyalty. It also analyses the influenc...
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Components related to sustainable development - such as environmental attitude, eco-innovation or environmental management - are considered key variables at the competitive level, which is why it has become urgent to study which factors motivate companies to move towards a more proactive environmental attitude. The identification of different group...
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Energy demands are exponentially increasing and are expected to do so in the future. Thus, the challenge is to continue supplying energy to the society in an economically viable way while minimising the impact on the environment. This is one of the main concerns that societies are facing and it was the “leitmotif” of The Energy and Environment Know...
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The number of tourist products sold on the Internet has increased remarkably in recent years. The hotel industry has figured prominently in this boom due to hotel bookings made via the Internet becoming increasingly popular. The reason for this upturn in online bookings is, in many cases, the possibility of booking at any time and the possible exis...
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Nature tourism has a strong potential, and as a result of this tourism activity, the environmental concern is considered an important element which guides business and tourism activity. This element also generates the change in the society's behaviour, in order to conciliate economic and political interest with the environmental ones, with the fina...
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Research on consumer and market behavior related to prices has increased remarkably in recent years. Researchers have paid special attention to the effects of price perception in consumer purchasing processes. In this paper a model of antecedents and consequences of consumer price fairness perception in an online hotel booking setting is proposed....
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The Internet as a virtual sales channel has affected price behaviour. One of the most widespread beliefs is that prices are lower on the Internet. This paper analyses the effect of the dynamic pricing strategies most commonly used on the Internet on price behaviour. More specifically, we consider the prices level and price dispersion between differ...
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The 2014 International Symposium on Advances in National Brands & Private Labels in Retailing is believed to be the first international forum to present and discuss original, rigorous and significant contributions on such issues. The three-day event aimed to bring together researchers working in this interesting field from areas as varied as retail...
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Purpose - This research involves a review of the principal aspects of the concept of perceived price fairness in consumer purchasing behaviour. Design/methodology - The research reviews the principal aspects of perceived price fairness analysed in the literature. First, it tackles the dimensions of the concept of fairness before examining the dual...
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Within the international context, fashion retailers have suffered the most in the economic downturn in the last years. Nevertheless, the historically high-margin fashion sectors composite net profit margin was still the highest of all the product groups. Based on the importance of fashion retail sector for the international economy in general, this...
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The term Web 2.0 was introduced by OReilly (2005) as the new stage in the Internet evolution referring to a collection of online applications sharing a number of common characteristics: The Web as a platform, Harnessing of the Collective Intelligence, Data is the Next Intel Inside, End of the Software Release Cycle, Lightweight Programming Models,...
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The present environment is characterized for the uncertainty and crisis, and the existence of threats and dangers in the society and in the tourist sector for the survival of companies in the market. In addition, apart from changes in the economic situation, changes in demand occur in terms of new wants and needs, obliging suppliers to adapt to the...
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Virtual teaching has become a common tool in our traditional universities. The new learning methodologies for the students, together with new pedagogical techniques in the context of the new European Space for Higher Education, have meant that both the Internet and the new information and communications technologies (ICT) have become options for te...
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Concern for the environment is a constantly growing phenomenon. Awareness of most people and governments in the world with regard to this question has risen. Sometimes, this position is inversely proportional to economic growth, leading to a situation where a more environmental stance on the part of end users has often not been supported by more re...
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Preference formation developed during the consumer's evaluation of alternatives is one of the most important stages in models of consumer purchasing behaviour. This is especially true for the purchase of vegetables. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the role of extrinsic versus intrinsic attributes in the behaviour of consumer when purchasing...
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Several research works focused on the evolution of the European Union Allowances (EUAs), traded on the EU ETS, and the Certified Emissions Reductions (CERs), from a time series scheme. However, the question whether basic factors affect the EUAs and CERs prices remained partially unresolved; previous works showed that the price evolution is better e...
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Cultural events and festivals have become a booming attraction, complementing the investment made in alternative commercial channels, because of the fidelity these periodic events generate among their public. In addition, holding them generates important economic effects in the economic activity of the region, both directly and indirectly in other...
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The growth of the internet as a sales channel has been a revolution not only for sellers, but also for buyers. Focusing on the consumer perspective, this channel introduces changes in the way people shop. The people who use this channel for shopping assign great importance to price when making decisions, which is why they are very sensitive to this...
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The university has to train students in skills which according to the demanding requirements of the job market and social environment are the basis of their competitiveness: specific skills or generic skills cutting across the different degrees. The convergence framework defined by the European Higher Education Area requires the incorporation of ed...
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Consumers nowadays frequently make their purchases online. One common pricing strategy on the Internet is demand-based pricing, which allows firms to adapt prices to the demand for their products. This mechanism can undoubtedly be employed more efficiently on the Internet, due to how quickly demand information can be obtained. Within demand-based p...
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Although the distance communication systems have been developed in the last years thanks to the development of communication and information technologies, recent studies argue that simple ways of communication like fairs maintain and increase their weigh cause of their profitability. In this way the fairs represent an important communication platfo...
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In the last two decades it has growing the scientific interest in the socio-economic impacts of immigration on labour conditions of native workers. The studies show that these impacts are generally very weak and they are relatively concentrated in certain economic sectors. In the Spanish case, the studies concur with this assessment but found some...
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Environmental matters are becoming a question of great importance and the increased attention to such matters has helped to make businesses, politicians and society in general consider the environment a matter of priority concern. Environmental concern, taken to mean an attitude favourable to the environment, has become widespread in different envi...
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Castilla-La Mancha University has decided to implement two tools: WebCT and Moodle, Virtual Campus has emerged: www.campusvirtual.ulcm.es. This paper is dedicated to the analysis of said tool as a primary mode of e-learning expansion in the university environment. It can be used to carry out standard educational university activities in accordance...
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This paper carries out an empirical assessment of the influence relationship between personal attitudes and several measures of social capital in some Central European Countries (CEC). Using the World Values Survey dataset, the model measures three main social capital dimensions (institutional trust, social participation and political participation...
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Public initiatives to assist the sustainable development of the rural environment are of great significance in the Spanish region of Castilla-La Mancha, which is faced with important socio-economic changes that will undoubtedly condition the future of the rural environment. In these latter fields, the experience acquired in the Rural Innovation Pro...
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As many surveys stated, companies are investing in better pricing processes, tools and capabilities. Among these companies, 42% consider that capturing the full value of products and services is one of the top challenges related to price setting and optimization. In addition, many improvements have been made recently in the way companies set an opt...
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Religious Music Week in Cuenca is the fourth oldest music festival in Spain, involved in orchestras, choirs and performers of international stature and prestige that interpret various compositions of sacred music. Religious Music Week in Cuenca is declared a Fiesta of International Tourist Interest, since its inception in 1962, has always retained...
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The emergence and development of what is called the Social Web or Web 2.0 is marked by the appearance and development of new communication tools and applications such as blogs, chats, forums, social networks, etc., and interaction between users. As well as giving consumers emotional and practical benefits, these applications represent great communi...
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The introduction of new undergraduate degrees adapted to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) requires a coordinated effort by teachers, because the different subjects are based on a new methodology of teaching and learning. The Social Sciences School of Cuenca offers degrees in Business Administration, Law and Labor Sciences. The progressive...
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The European Higher Education Area is assuming a change in the teaching-learning of all European universities. The area of Marketing, traditionally characterized by being at the forefront in terms of educational innovation, faces the challenge of finding new tools to facilitate the work of students by encouraging their involvement in the acquisitio...
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Companies, like human beings, also have five senses: marketing, sales team, service, contact centre and analytical; and doing without one of these would mean possessing a disability. Thus, a study of the satisfaction with a tourist destination is a highly relevant factor for tourist supervisors, since its results make it possible to find out about...
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The city tourism has become a subject of growing interest in tourism research, in a dynamic sector and with a particularly complex behaviour. In this scenario, the management of available information turns out to be difficult. Until now, specialized literature in tourism has been focused on general analysis, but down to a higher level of disaggrega...
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This paper carries out an empirical assessment of the influence relationship between personal attitudes and several measures of social capital in some Central European Countries (CEC). Using the World Values Survey dataset, the model measures three main social capital dimensions (institutional trust, social participation and political participation...
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Conjoint analysis is a multi-attribute, decompositional and analytical method for estimating the consumer's preference structure from a global evaluation of a set of alternatives on the basis of a series of different attributes and their possible combinations. Conjoint analysis is mature and widely used in the study of consumer goods, recently, thi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to describe the origins and development of the pricing function and to explore how companies are organizing for price management. Since the end of the 1990s, many companies have started initiatives towards price optimization, and moreover, have invested in pricing capabilities. The authors explain how the pric...
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Environmental evolution is of great interest among researchers, at national and international level. Countries need to comply scrupulously with their legislation on sustainability issues, while also promoting protection of the environment internationally. This paper examines the evolution of environmental impact in Spain. For this purpose, secondar...
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Environmental concern has become an element of considerable significance which has guided the activity of business, and, this has translated into a change in behaviour in society, making it possible to reconcile economic and political interests with environmental ones. Thus, energy resources saving practices have been established in society reducin...
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Store flyers have become one of the promotional activities to which retail distribution companies allocate the largest share of their budgets. However, this economic importance has not been reflected in marketing literature. There is therefore a need for additional efforts to analyze the characteristics of store flyers as a promotional tool. This w...
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Environmental protection has become one of the main concerns in developed economies, which is why an increasing degree of commitment in the field is required from all public and private bodies. Environmental protection in firms must cease to be a secondary, barely profitable objective, involving the performance of sporadic remedial actions, and bec...
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Rural innovation programs have been a real shock for certain European regions, because they have represented a huge investment that's needed for proper management to direct some structural funds. In this sense, this paper analyzes the investment of these programs in developing measures to support rural tourism sector, which marked a significant inc...
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Disabled women suffer from a double labour discrimination due to their gender and their disability. In rural areas, in addition, they also suffer from a lack of specific services, the isolation of the disabled associations, problems with public transport, the dispersion of population centres, and a limited access to information that could improve t...
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Electronic commerce is becoming increasingly common at international level and is the object of analysis by various fields and scientific disciplines. Guaranteeing the security of transactions is of fundamental importance if electronic commerce is to expand correctly. In this regard, legal protection for electronic commerce transactions is an area...
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Disabled women suffer socio-labour discrimination because of both their gender and their disability. The situation is gradually improving, thanks to the national and supranational organisations, which in the past few decades have made considerable progress in improving the legislation, providing financial resources and encouraging social awareness....
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El estudio de la evolución económica del sector agrario es importante para los gobiernos, organismos internacionales y los agentes económicos. Los modelos econométricos son los más usados para el análisis coyuntural, pero debido a la escasa información, su retardo y periodicidad irregular, apenas tienen aplicación en el sector agrario, así una alte...
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The management of a destination requires concerted efforts at different levels, establishing partnership arrangements that enable a comprehensive tourism management in order to adjust supply to meet the needs of the destination for tourists who say, taking into account the preferences of the new demand and potential. This paper analyzes the role pl...
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The study of the economic evolution of the agricultural sector is important for governments, international organizations and economic agents. Econometric models are the most widely used for contextual analysis, but due to the scarcity of information they are barely applicable in the agricultural sector, so that applying synthetic indicators is an a...
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En los últimos años se ha producido un indudable incremento de la oferta turística en todos los ámbitos, que ha posibilitado la aparición de nuevos productos turísticos y la conversión de recursos territoriales y patrimoniales en importantes elementos puestos en valor al servicio del consumidor. En este sentido, tomando en consideración la gran can...
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El patrimonio histórico, cultural, arquitectónico y natural se ha convertido en uno de los elementos diferenciadores del turismo en España. Por este motivo, este segmento viene experimentando, en los últimos años, un importante crecimiento tanto desde el punto de vista de la oferta como de la demanda. Buena parte de este incremento viene motivado p...
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El patrimonio histórico, cultural, arquitectónico y natural se ha convertido en uno de los elementos diferenciadores del turismo en España. Por este motivo, este segmento viene experimentando, en los últimos años, un importante crecimiento tanto desde el punto de vista de la oferta como de la demanda. Buena parte de este incremento viene motivado p...
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Es evidente que el fuerte incremento sufrido por la demanda turística ha venido necesariamente acompañado por un aumento de la oferta de alojamientos y servicios para adecuarse a las exigencias y necesidades del mercado, ante un consumidor turístico cada vez más exigente. En esta misma línea, el interés por analizar las motivaciones turísticas ha s...
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En los últimos años existe un creciente interés en materia de investigación turística, en un sector dinámico y de comportamiento especialmente complejo. En este escenario resulta de especial dificultad el manejo de las series temporales disponibles. La extracción de señal relevante en las series así como la realización de predicciones del comportam...
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La adopción de la nueva moneda Euro en los países que conforman la Unión Económica y Monetaria Europea ha supuesto una alteración importante desde el punto de vista de los consumidores. Los cambios acaecidos en el comportamiento del consumidor desde el punto de vista de la percepción de precios han sido notables. En este trabajo se analizan los est...
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Buscando la inserción continua de las nuevas tecnologías en todos los ámbitos del mundo universitario, se desarrollan múltiples herramientas informáticas para dar soporte en Internet a la docencia tradicional. Cubriendo casi todas las tecnologías y plataformas, existe una gran disponibilidad de diversas aplicaciones que satisfacen buena parte de la...
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Resumen. La investigación sobre la toma de decisiones del consumidor es un área de verdadero interés científico en los últimos años. Precisamente, el paradigma del procesamiento de la información ha creado un enorme interés por el desarrollo de herramientas metodológicas que pudieran describir estos procesos básicos durante el proceso de decisión y...
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The study of the economic evolution of the agricultural sector is important for governments, international organizations and economic agents. Econometric models are the most widely used for contextual analysis, but due to the scarcity of information they are barely applicable in the agricultural sector, so that applying synthetic indicators is an a...
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Los folletos publicitarios son uno de los elementos más utilizados para anunciar las promociones desarrolladas por el minorista. De hecho, tras los descuentos en precio son la herramienta promocional a la que mayor proporción del presupuesto destinan los grandes grupos de distribución. Este trabajo trata de realizar un análisis teórico de los folle...
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The reference price, viewed as a standard against which the purchase price of a product is judged (Monroe 1973), is one of the most studied constructs in research on strategic pricing decisions. Many authors have stressed the importance of contextual effects on reference price formation (Rajendran and Tellis 1994, Mazumdar et al. 2005). The main ob...
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En los últimos años se ha producido un indudable incremento de la oferta turística en todos los ámbitos, que ha posibilitado la aparición de nuevos productos turísticos y la conversión de recursos territoriales y patrimoniales en importantes elementos puestos en valor al servicio del consumidor. En este sentido, tomando en consideración la gran can...

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This project has as two main objectives: first, to empirically quantify the structural relationships between the implementation of ecoinnovative practices, that generate improvements in the quality of service, business competitiveness and management in the field of rural housing; and second, to develop new methodological approaches for assessing the effectiveness of public policies regarding the implementation and monitoring of quality plans and the quality of tourism environments in different types of destinations. In addition, this project investigates whether private investment in the implementation of ecoinnovative measures to improve service quality and the environmental sustainability of rural hotel establishments leads to product differentiation and whether this leads to improvements in productivity.