This collection has a focus on Latin American Ethics ; it is a thematic effort that has been pursued by Globethics.net South America Regional Programme team since 2011, thanks to a small hub of committed librarians, theologians and experts in applied ethics, who have been doing the enormous work of submitting and indexing thousands documents in this collection. The collection is structured by Globethics.net Ethics subjects and contains mainly documents in Spanish and Portuguese. This collection makes known the ethical research in the Latin American context, while facilitating networking and research on Latin American Ethics locally and globally.

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  • Does "Good Government" Draw Foreign Capital? Explaining China's Exceptional Foreign Direct Investment Inflow

    Xu, Lixin Colin; Morck, Randall; Yeung, Bernard; Fan, Joseph P. H. (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2012-06-04)
    China is now the world's largest destination of foreign direct investment (FDI), despite assessments highlighting its institutional deficiencies. But this FDI inflow corresponds closely to predicted FDI flows into China from a model that predicts FDI inflow based on government quality indicators and controls and is estimated across a sample of other weak-institution countries. The only real discrepancy is that, if government quality is measured by constraints on executive power, China receives somewhat more FDI than the model predicts. This might reflect an underestimation of the strength of these constraints in China, a unique institutional setting for FDI operations, FDI based on expected future institutional improvements, or a unique Chinese model of development. The authors conclude that Ockham's razor disfavors the last. They also note that FDI may be elevated because Chinese institutions protect foreign firms better than domestic ones.
  • Was kommt nach Menem?: die argentinischen Präsidentschaftswahlen vom 24. Oktober 1999

    Institut für Iberoamerika-Kunde; Nolte, Detlef (DEUHamburg, 2015-08-27)
    "In Argentinien hat ein Machtwechsel stattgefunden. Mit einem eindrucksvollen Wahlsieg hat Fernando De la Rua von der Radikalen Partei die Peronisten abgelöst, die zehn Jahre die Regierung stellten. Angesichts von Rezession, Armut und Arbeitslosigkeit sowie schwieriger Mehrheitsverhältnisse tritt die zukünftige Regierung kein einfaches Erbe an. Der Autor analysiert das Wahlergebnis und gibt eine Einschätzung der künftigen Entwicklung Argentiniens. Beginnend mit einem Rückblick auf die beiden Präsidentschaften von Carlos Menem skizziert er den begrenzten Gestaltungsraum für den zukünftigen argentinischen Präsidenten, der an das Vermächtnis des "Menemismo" im Positiven wie im Negativen anknüpfen müsse." (Brennpkt. Lat.am/DÜI)
  • Trends. Hugo Chavez and Loyalty: What Venezuela Can Teach Us About Ourselves

    Editor (Scholarly Commons, 2000-08-04)
    This article discusses and evaluates the actions of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez who, after winning a procedurally fair, democratic election, chose members of his political team based on loyalty rather than expertise.
  • Corporate social responsibility in Colombia: Making sense of social strategies

    Lindgreen, Adam; Córdoba, José-Rodrigo; Maon, François; Mendoza, José María (Springer Netherlands, 2010)
    As corporate social responsibility (CSR) grows increasingly well known and accepted worldwide, organizations attempt to make sense of their social strategies bridge the gap between their current situation and what their stakeholders expect of them. If social strategies represent a potential stepping stone to more sophisticated forms of CSR, then research must investigate the strategies that organizations have adopted. After defining a framework for classifying and analyzing organizations’ social strategies, this article considers empirical evidence from 10 case studies in Colombia to reveal how organizations might build on their social involvement to engage in more sophisticated CSR practices. The framework also suggests some different trajectories that organizations might follow.
  • The hands behind the luxurious dollar bag - Latin America's largest black market

    Leon, Cecilia (2014-07-15)
    In Argentina resides one of the largest markets of counterfeit merchandize in the world. Located in Buenos Aires, “La Salada” fair has been characterized by the European Commission as, “The biggest illegal market in the world”. La Salada profits with around $125 million each year by counterfeiting multibillionaire luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton. A comparison between Louis Vuitton’s supply chain with La Salada’s supply chain will demonstrate how a quality production process has been sacrificed for a quantity production process. This analysis will further illustrate how the violation of human rights has fueled La Salada with enormous profits, and how Louis Vuitton has confronted the counterfeit market.
  • Politicas de proteccion socialeficaces : diseno e implementacion para la proteccion y la promocion

    Pleskovic, Boris; Yifu Lin, Justin (Washington, DC: World Bank, 2008)
    The Annual Bank Conference on Development Economics (ABCDE) is one of the best-known conferences for the presentation and discussion of new knowledge on development. It is an opportunity for many of the world's finest development thinkers to present their ideas. The papers in this volume were presented at the ABCDE that was held on January 16-17, 2007, in Beijing, China. Each year the topics selected for the conference represent either new areas of concern for future research or areas that the author believes will benefit from a reexamination. The topic of the 2007 conference was 'higher education and development,' which encompassed five themes: higher education and migration, private-public provision of higher education, financing of higher education, technological innovation (linkages between universities and industry), and higher education and labor markets in Asia.
  • Ética y finanzas: un vínculo necesario

    Ríos Nieves, Gleidy (SABER-ULAVenezuela, 2011-10-14)
    El énfasis en los aspectos éticos de una profesión resulta tan vital como la enseñanza de los aspectos técnicos. En efecto, grandes casos de escándalos financieros han sido impulsados por ejecutivos formados en las mejores escuelas de negocios del mundo, con excelente formación académica, pero sin escrúpulos y con un absoluto desprecio por el significado de la ética. Este ensayo constituye una reflexión sobre la dimensión ética de las finanzas, con énfasis en la importancia que posee la práctica de principios éticos en el desarrollo de la gestión financiera. De esta forma se hace una revisión de los casos más emblemáticos de fraudes financieros a nivel mundial y sus consecuencias. Asimismo, se analizan los conceptos de ética y finanzas para comprender la relación vinculante entre las finanzas y la ética. Se destacan las razones que tendría un gerente financiero para ser éticos en su entorno laboral, esto con el propósito de construir una cultura de comportamiento ético en los ejecutivos financieros.
  • O impacto dos padrões corporativos ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência na volatilidade das ações de bancos latinoamericanos

    Jorge Abrahão de Castro; Otávio Ribeiro de Medeiros; Wilson Toshiro Nakamura; Maria Lizete da Silveira (Biblioteca Digital de teses e Dissertações da UnB, 2006-10-20)
    O objetivo do presente trabalho é verificar se a qualidade dos padrões corporativos associadosa ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência,contribuem significativamente para reduzir o risco associado às ações das instituiçõesfinanceiras negociadas em mercados emergentes localizados em países da América Latina(Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Peru e México), ao impactar negativamente avolatilidade do retorno dessas ações. A metodologia utilizada envolveu regressões linearesmúltiplas seccionais (cross-section) onde a variável dependente é a volatilidade do retorno dasações e as variáveis explanatórias são padrões corporativos (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência), juntamente com variáveis decontrole, incluídas nas regressões de modo a garantir a robustez dos resultados. O trabalhopermitiu concluir que o conjunto de padrões corporativos tem relação negativa com avolatilidade do retorno das ações das instituições financeiras latino-americanas, conformeesperado. Ao se analisarem individualmente os padrões corporativos de ética,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência, esses também revelaram relaçãonegativa com a volatilidade do retorno das ações, conforme esperado, enquanto que agovernança corporativa não mostrou relação significativa com aquela volatilidade. Essesresultados evidenciam que a qualidade dos padrões corporativos é captada pelo mercadoacionário, o que se constitui em informação relevante para as instituições em pauta, pois aodiminuírem o risco associado às suas ações, tendem a reduzir os seus custos de captação, como potencial aumento da lucratividade dos seus negócios e do valor para os seus acionistas.Espera-se que o estudo possa se constituir numa contribuição útil para a literatura associadaao impacto da qualidade dos padrões corporativos estudados (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência) no mercado acionário, bem comopara a literatura contábil num sentido mais amplo, tendo em mente que as empresas estãosendo cada vez mais avaliadas pelos seus ativos intangíveis do que pelos tangíveis.
  • O impacto dos padrões corporativos ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência na volatilidade das ações de bancos latinoamericanos

    Jorge Abrahão de Castro; Otávio Ribeiro de Medeiros; Wilson Toshiro Nakamura; Maria Lizete da Silveira (Biblioteca Digital de teses e Dissertações da UnB, 2006-10-20)
    O objetivo do presente trabalho é verificar se a qualidade dos padrões corporativos associadosa ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência,contribuem significativamente para reduzir o risco associado às ações das instituiçõesfinanceiras negociadas em mercados emergentes localizados em países da América Latina(Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Peru e México), ao impactar negativamente avolatilidade do retorno dessas ações. A metodologia utilizada envolveu regressões linearesmúltiplas seccionais (cross-section) onde a variável dependente é a volatilidade do retorno dasações e as variáveis explanatórias são padrões corporativos (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência), juntamente com variáveis decontrole, incluídas nas regressões de modo a garantir a robustez dos resultados. O trabalhopermitiu concluir que o conjunto de padrões corporativos tem relação negativa com avolatilidade do retorno das ações das instituições financeiras latino-americanas, conformeesperado. Ao se analisarem individualmente os padrões corporativos de ética,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência, esses também revelaram relaçãonegativa com a volatilidade do retorno das ações, conforme esperado, enquanto que agovernança corporativa não mostrou relação significativa com aquela volatilidade. Essesresultados evidenciam que a qualidade dos padrões corporativos é captada pelo mercadoacionário, o que se constitui em informação relevante para as instituições em pauta, pois aodiminuírem o risco associado às suas ações, tendem a reduzir os seus custos de captação, como potencial aumento da lucratividade dos seus negócios e do valor para os seus acionistas.Espera-se que o estudo possa se constituir numa contribuição útil para a literatura associadaao impacto da qualidade dos padrões corporativos estudados (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência) no mercado acionário, bem comopara a literatura contábil num sentido mais amplo, tendo em mente que as empresas estãosendo cada vez mais avaliadas pelos seus ativos intangíveis do que pelos tangíveis.
  • O impacto dos padrões corporativos ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência na volatilidade das ações de bancos latinoamericanos

    Jorge Abrahão de Castro; Otávio Ribeiro de Medeiros; Wilson Toshiro Nakamura; Maria Lizete da Silveira (Biblioteca Digital de teses e Dissertações da UnB, 2006-10-20)
    O objetivo do presente trabalho é verificar se a qualidade dos padrões corporativos associadosa ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência,contribuem significativamente para reduzir o risco associado às ações das instituiçõesfinanceiras negociadas em mercados emergentes localizados em países da América Latina(Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Peru e México), ao impactar negativamente avolatilidade do retorno dessas ações. A metodologia utilizada envolveu regressões linearesmúltiplas seccionais (cross-section) onde a variável dependente é a volatilidade do retorno dasações e as variáveis explanatórias são padrões corporativos (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência), juntamente com variáveis decontrole, incluídas nas regressões de modo a garantir a robustez dos resultados. O trabalhopermitiu concluir que o conjunto de padrões corporativos tem relação negativa com avolatilidade do retorno das ações das instituições financeiras latino-americanas, conformeesperado. Ao se analisarem individualmente os padrões corporativos de ética,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência, esses também revelaram relaçãonegativa com a volatilidade do retorno das ações, conforme esperado, enquanto que agovernança corporativa não mostrou relação significativa com aquela volatilidade. Essesresultados evidenciam que a qualidade dos padrões corporativos é captada pelo mercadoacionário, o que se constitui em informação relevante para as instituições em pauta, pois aodiminuírem o risco associado às suas ações, tendem a reduzir os seus custos de captação, como potencial aumento da lucratividade dos seus negócios e do valor para os seus acionistas.Espera-se que o estudo possa se constituir numa contribuição útil para a literatura associadaao impacto da qualidade dos padrões corporativos estudados (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência) no mercado acionário, bem comopara a literatura contábil num sentido mais amplo, tendo em mente que as empresas estãosendo cada vez mais avaliadas pelos seus ativos intangíveis do que pelos tangíveis.
  • O impacto dos padrões corporativos ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência na volatilidade das ações de bancos latinoamericanos

    Jorge Abrahão de Castro; Otávio Ribeiro de Medeiros; Wilson Toshiro Nakamura; Maria Lizete da Silveira (Biblioteca Digital de teses e Dissertações da UnB, 2006-10-20)
    O objetivo do presente trabalho é verificar se a qualidade dos padrões corporativos associadosa ética, governança corporativa, responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência,contribuem significativamente para reduzir o risco associado às ações das instituiçõesfinanceiras negociadas em mercados emergentes localizados em países da América Latina(Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Peru e México), ao impactar negativamente avolatilidade do retorno dessas ações. A metodologia utilizada envolveu regressões linearesmúltiplas seccionais (cross-section) onde a variável dependente é a volatilidade do retorno dasações e as variáveis explanatórias são padrões corporativos (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência), juntamente com variáveis decontrole, incluídas nas regressões de modo a garantir a robustez dos resultados. O trabalhopermitiu concluir que o conjunto de padrões corporativos tem relação negativa com avolatilidade do retorno das ações das instituições financeiras latino-americanas, conformeesperado. Ao se analisarem individualmente os padrões corporativos de ética,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência, esses também revelaram relaçãonegativa com a volatilidade do retorno das ações, conforme esperado, enquanto que agovernança corporativa não mostrou relação significativa com aquela volatilidade. Essesresultados evidenciam que a qualidade dos padrões corporativos é captada pelo mercadoacionário, o que se constitui em informação relevante para as instituições em pauta, pois aodiminuírem o risco associado às suas ações, tendem a reduzir os seus custos de captação, como potencial aumento da lucratividade dos seus negócios e do valor para os seus acionistas.Espera-se que o estudo possa se constituir numa contribuição útil para a literatura associadaao impacto da qualidade dos padrões corporativos estudados (ética, governança corporativa,responsabilidade social, sustentabilidade e transparência) no mercado acionário, bem comopara a literatura contábil num sentido mais amplo, tendo em mente que as empresas estãosendo cada vez mais avaliadas pelos seus ativos intangíveis do que pelos tangíveis.
  • Efectos negativos de la globalización sobre la seguridad alimentaria en los países latinoamericanos

    Arango Ospina, María Eugenia (DIALNET OAI Articles, 2004)
    The absence of a favorable environment in the Latin American countries prevents that the food fulfllls its organic function, being it considered one of the basic needs of the man and society. In the middle of a scenario of food overproduction, there are about 800 million people around the world without availability to any food because oftheir poverty condition. The globalization and the liberation of the economy, in spite ofgenerating growth conditions on a world-wide scale, harm poor countries and farmers due to the lack of comparative advantages which are necessary to be part of an international market. The liberation of the markets has increased the imbalance in the resource distribution in both the countries and the different sectors of the society which, consequently, negatively affects the welfare of the poorest ones. It is fundamental then, to adopt redistributive measures to allow the adequate functioning of the alimentary system at both familiar and national level, when accessing and distributing these resources.
  • Análisis sistemático de la producción intelectual en torno a la Responsabilidad Social en Hispanoamérica: periodo 1990 -2015

    Zárate Rueda, Ruth; Chacón-López, Diana Carolina; Ortega-Zambrano, Catalina (DIALNET OAI Articles, 2017)
    ABSTRACT This study describes the research process, that analyzed the current state of knowledge on Social Responsibility (SR), from the existing document production in Latin America from 1990 to 2015. In this way was made through the data mining a collection of 446 texts and a documental base where research groups, organizations and specialized websites in the SR are related. Intellectual production was later systematized and analyzed in order to generate investigative guidelines to facilitate and consolidate various processes in managing bibliographic information. features such as registration forms, distribution, trends and thematic content areas relate more coverage later. The research aims to promote the development of communication processes, research and teaching on SR, which contribute to the design of plans, programs and projects with a socially responsible approach that contribute to sustainable development.
  • Private sector adaptive capacity to climate change impacts in the food system: food security implications for South Africa and Brazil

    Pereira, Laura M.; Thomas, David; Blowfield, Mick; Ericksen, Polly (2012)
    <p>Achieving food security under climate change is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. The challenge becomes even greater when contextualised within our current limited understanding of how the food system functions as a complex, adaptive socio-ecological system, with food security as one of its outcomes. Adding climate change into this already complex and uncertain mix creates a ‘wicked problem’ that must be solved through the development of adaptive food governance. The thesis has 4 key aims:</p><p><ul><li>1. To move beyond an understanding of food security that is dependent solely on agricultural production, and therefore the reliance of future food security predictions on production data based on climate model inputs.</li><li>2. To ground the theoretical aspects of complex adaptive systems with empirical data from multi-level case studies.</li><li>3. To investigate the potential role of the private sector in food system futures.</li><li>4. To analyse food system dynamics across scales and levels.</li></ul></p><p> In order to realise these aims, a complex adaptive system (CAS) approach within the GECAFS food system framework is employed to multilevel case studies in South Africa and Brazil. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of the private sector and how these vital actors, comprising a powerful component of the global food system, can be mobilized towards building adaptive capacity for a more resilient food system. Critically, the private sector is often left out of academic discussions on adaptation, which tend to focus more on civil society and governmental capacity to adapt. This thesis provides novel insight into how the power of the private sector can be harnessed to build adaptive capacity.</p><p>The findings of the thesis showed that applying CAS to issues of governance has three important implications:</p><p>The first is that in a complex system, it is critical to maintain diversity. This can translate into appreciating a multiplicity of viewpoints in order to reflect a range of decision-making options. This finding makes the case for closer synergy between the public and private sectors around areas like product development and distribution that includes an emphasis on enhancing food security under climate change. In the developing country context, the inclusion of smallholders and local entrepreneurs is also vital for building adaptive capacity. In this sense, it is possible for business to help achieve development goals by developing the capacity of those most vulnerable to socio-economic and environmental shocks.</p><p>Secondly, adapting to climate change and other environmental and economic pressures will require a shift in mind-set that embraces the uncertainty of the future: ‘managing for uncertainty rather than against it’. This entails a shift in governance mindset away from linear thinking to a decision-making paradigm that is more flexible to deal with unexpected shocks.</p><p>The third implication for governance is the need to understand the complex interplay of multiple interlinking processes and drivers that function across many levels and sometimes have exponential positive feedbacks in the food system. Adaptive governance is an iterative process, but as more is learnt and information is retained in the system, the ideal is that the beneficial processes that lower inequality and increase food security will start to be reinforced over those that entrench the current inequality in the food system.</p>
  • Regulating human genetic research in Latin America: a race to the top or a race together?

    Rosario Isasi (Universidad Pontificia Comillas, 2016-05-01)
    Balancing the therapeutic potential of genetic science with the adoption of policies that reflect social values has proven to be a formidable task for Latin American countries. This essay presents some reflections on human genetics research policy in Latin America and explores a path forward for policy development.
  • Latin American Bioethics: intangible outline of the continent’s reality

    Dora Porto (Universidad Pontificia Comillas, 2016-10-01)
    This brief essay proposes to reflect on what could be Latin American bioethics, speculating about possible identity characteristics and operational limits of the idea of what constitutes Latin America, outlined conceptually by geographical, historical and cultural aspects. This attempt does not assume the task of defining exactly or definitively what Latin American bioethics is, but rather limits itself to the purpose of causing controversy in order to stimulate reflection on this topic to assess its usefulness.
  • Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics--Regional 2008 : Higher Education and Development

    Pleskovic, Boris; Lin, Justin Yifu (Washington, DC: World Bank, 2012-05-29)
    The Annual Bank Conference on
 Development Economics (ABCDE) is one of the best-known
 conferences for the presentation and discussion of new
 knowledge on development. It is an opportunity for many of
 the world's finest development thinkers to present
 their ideas. The papers in this volume were presented at the
 ABCDE that was held on January 16-17, 2007, in Beijing,
 China. Each year the topics selected for the conference
 represent either new areas of concern for future research or
 areas that the author believes will benefit from a
 reexamination. The topic of the 2007 conference was
 'higher education and development,' which
 encompassed five themes: higher education and migration,
 private-public provision of higher education, financing of
 higher education, technological innovation (linkages between
 universities and industry), and higher education and labor
 markets in Asia.
  • Private sector adaptive capacity to climate change impacts in the food system : food security implications for South Africa and Brazil

    University of Oxford; Thomas, David; Blowfield, Mick; Ericksen, Polly; Pereira, Laura M (2012)
    Achieving food security under climate change is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. The challenge becomes even greater when contextualised within our current limited understanding of how the food system functions as a complex, adaptive socio-ecological system, with food security as one of its outcomes. Adding climate change into this already complex and uncertain mix creates a ‘wicked problem’ that must be solved through the development of adaptive food governance. The thesis has 4 key aims: <ul><li>1. To move beyond an understanding of food security that is dependent solely on agricultural production, and therefore the reliance of future food security predictions on production data based on climate model inputs.</li><li>2. To ground the theoretical aspects of complex adaptive systems with empirical data from multi-level case studies.</li><li>3. To investigate the potential role of the private sector in food system futures.</li><li>4. To analyse food system dynamics across scales and levels.</li></ul> In order to realise these aims, a complex adaptive system (CAS) approach within the GECAFS food system framework is employed to multilevel case studies in South Africa and Brazil. Particular emphasis is placed on the role of the private sector and how these vital actors, comprising a powerful component of the global food system, can be mobilized towards building adaptive capacity for a more resilient food system. Critically, the private sector is often left out of academic discussions on adaptation, which tend to focus more on civil society and governmental capacity to adapt. This thesis provides novel insight into how the power of the private sector can be harnessed to build adaptive capacity. The findings of the thesis showed that applying CAS to issues of governance has three important implications: The first is that in a complex system, it is critical to maintain diversity. This can translate into appreciating a multiplicity of viewpoints in order to reflect a range of decision-making options. This finding makes the case for closer synergy between the public and private sectors around areas like product development and distribution that includes an emphasis on enhancing food security under climate change. In the developing country context, the inclusion of smallholders and local entrepreneurs is also vital for building adaptive capacity. In this sense, it is possible for business to help achieve development goals by developing the capacity of those most vulnerable to socio-economic and environmental shocks. Secondly, adapting to climate change and other environmental and economic pressures will require a shift in mind-set that embraces the uncertainty of the future: ‘managing for uncertainty rather than against it’. This entails a shift in governance mindset away from linear thinking to a decision-making paradigm that is more flexible to deal with unexpected shocks. The third implication for governance is the need to understand the complex interplay of multiple interlinking processes and drivers that function across many levels and sometimes have exponential positive feedbacks in the food system. Adaptive governance is an iterative process, but as more is learnt and information is retained in the system, the ideal is that the beneficial processes that lower inequality and increase food security will start to be reinforced over those that entrench the current inequality in the food system.
  • Efectos negativos de la globalización sobre la seguridad alimentaria en los países latinoamericanos

    Arango Ospina, María Eugenia (2004)
    The absence of a favorable environment in the Latin American countries prevents that the food fulfllls its organic function, being it considered one of the basic needs of the man and society. In the middle of a scenario of food overproduction, there are about 800 million people around the world without availability to any food because oftheir poverty condition. The globalization and the liberation of the economy, in spite ofgenerating growth conditions on a world-wide scale, harm poor countries and farmers due to the lack of comparative advantages which are necessary to be part of an international market. The liberation of the markets has increased the imbalance in the resource distribution in both the countries and the different sectors of the society which, consequently, negatively affects the welfare of the poorest ones. It is fundamental then, to adopt redistributive measures to allow the adequate functioning of the alimentary system at both familiar and national level, when accessing and distributing these resources.
  • Análisis sistemático de la producción intelectual en torno a la Responsabilidad Social en Hispanoamérica: periodo 1990 -2015

    Zárate Rueda, Ruth; Chacón-López, Diana Carolina; Ortega-Zambrano, Catalina (2017)
    ABSTRACT This study describes the research process, that analyzed the current state of knowledge on Social Responsibility (SR), from the existing document production in Latin America from 1990 to 2015. In this way was made through the data mining a collection of 446 texts and a documental base where research groups, organizations and specialized websites in the SR are related. Intellectual production was later systematized and analyzed in order to generate investigative guidelines to facilitate and consolidate various processes in managing bibliographic information. features such as registration forms, distribution, trends and thematic content areas relate more coverage later. The research aims to promote the development of communication processes, research and teaching on SR, which contribute to the design of plans, programs and projects with a socially responsible approach that contribute to sustainable development.

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