Maria Cristina De Stefano

Maria Cristina De Stefano
Complutense University of Madrid | UCM · Department of Management

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September 2018 - May 2022
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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Publications (8)
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Purpose The current tourism model based on luxury hotel-resorts in the Gulf of Papagayo (Guanacaste, Costa Rica) is largely affecting the living condition of its nearby communities. This paper discusses the importance of promoting public-private partnerships (PPPs) as innovative forms of governance to increase the sustainability of this tourism mo...
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Companies increasingly need to work with their partners to address sustainability issues, but benefits from environmental R&D cooperation can be limited by the complexity of its management. This paper examines how the interplay between dyadic and network relationships can contribute to increase the success of environmental R&D cooperation. Using se...
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In recent years, uncertainty about climate change policies has deeply altered the competitive landscape of the automobile industry, and highlighted the key role that companies can play in reducing global CO2 emissions through technological innovation. Given the complexity of the innovation process in this industry, mainly due to an interactive rela...
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Increasing awareness of climate change has deeply altered the competitive landscape of the automobile industry, pressuring its companies to come up with environmental innovations. From a resource-based perspective, this article investigates the effects of different environmental innovations on product-related environmental performance. We analyze p...
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This paper integrates the Natural Resource Based View and Quality Signalling Theory to study the relationship between corporate strategy and quality of the corporate social and environmental reporting. In particular, we suggest that to analyse how companies invest in sustainable development strategy is crucial to understand why quality disclosure v...
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This paper examines whether logistics and product integration within supply chain encourage buyers and suppliers to cooperate in sustainable environmental innovation. By combining the Natural Resource Based View and Transaction Cost Theory, we suggest that logistics and product integrations are critical factors to understand the cooperation between...
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This paper integrates the Natural Resource Based View and Quality Signalling Theory to study the relationship between corporate strategy and quality of sustainability reporting. In particular, we suggest that it is crucial to analyse how companies invest in sustainable development strategy to understand why the quality of sustainability reporting v...

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