Journal of Competitiveness Studies

Articles from Vol. 19, No. 3/4, 2011

Capital Structure in the Manufacturing Industry in Mexico
INTRODUCTIONTheoretical models in the last half of the century have sought to validate and generalize the Modigliani and Miler (1963) theory of empirical irrelevance of empirical evidence whereby the market limits the borrowing capacity of a company....
Competitiveness and Humanist Productivity
INTRODUCTIONThe reflections of Lawrence J. Peter and his principle and theory of hierarchies, Jean Onimus and his opposition to the culture of alienation, Erich Fromm and his work on humanist productivity, and Fritjof Capra with his holistic and ecological...
Customer Satisfaction in the Hospitality Industry in Guadalajara, Mexico
INTRODUCTIONThis study focused on the evaluation of consumer's expectations and perceptions of service quality in hotels in Guadalajara, with the aim of generating appropriate strategies that promote quality service, thereby achieving high satisfaction...
Introduction
In this special issue, six papers were selected from the International Conference of the Competitiveness Research Network that took place in Mexico.The first research paper titled "Capital Structure in the Manufacture Industry in Mexico" tries to identify...
Looking for a Distinctive Model with Which to Analyze Competitiveness
INTRODUCTIONTrade theories based on competitiveness led by Michael Porter are consistent with the realities of developed countries. However, developing countries require a methodology that can be adapted to their own environment. Additionally, there...
Modeling Risk and Innovation Management
(ProQuest: ... denotes formulae omitted.)INTRODUCTIONEstablishing something new is the essence of product innovation. Since this process necessarily involves risk, early risk identification and management is required by innovative firms. So the purpose...
Small Businesses Competitiveness Model for Strategic Sectors
INTRODUCTIONThis research was financed by Aguascalientes' s State Government in order to enhance the knowledge of competitiveness for SMEs and to design a Model of Competitiveness by including concepts such as financial performance, costs, technology,...
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