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Carmen Padín Fabeiro
University of Vigo
104Publications
8H-index
207Citations
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#1Janice M. Payan (UNC: University of Northern Colorado)H-Index: 13
#2Carmen Padín Fabeiro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 8
Last.Göran Svensson (Oslo School of Management)H-Index: 34
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While collaboration between business partners can generate enhanced outcomes, little is known about how the components of collaboration work. The action alignment component of collaboration includes both coordination (or joint activities) and economic satisfaction since they are both tangible concrete concerns. The social alignment component of collaboration includes sub-elements of both cooperation (or a spirit of willingness to work together) and non-economic satisfaction because both are inta...
#1Carlos Ferro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 5
#2Carmen Padín Fabeiro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 8
Last.Juan Carlos Sosa Varela (Universidad del Turabo)H-Index: 3
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to validate or refute the previous empirical findings of a TBL dominant logic for business sustainability and to expand the TBL dominant logic for business sustainability with additional dimensions and items. The study aims to provide bottom-up-based multi-dimensional framework in relation to the sustainable development goals (SDG) of the UN 2030 agenda for sustainable development. Design/methodology/approach Key corporate informants in top Spanish companies ...
#1Göran SvenssonH-Index: 34
#2Carlos FerroH-Index: 5
Last.Marko Sarstedt (Monash University Malaysia Campus)H-Index: 43
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Abstract Conflicting relationships between the economic, social and environmental elements of business sustainability, which are also referred to as the Triple Bottom Line (TBL), characterise today's business environment. While the TBL has recently attracted considerable research, not a single study has empirically tested the direct and indirect effects between the TBL elements. By addressing this gap in research, this study sheds light on the structural properties focusing on the direct effects...
#1Janice M. Payan (UNC: University of Northern Colorado)H-Index: 13
#2Carmen Padín Fabeiro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 8
Last.Göran SvenssonH-Index: 34
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Previous studies have investigated long-term buyer-supplier relationships including relational constructs such as noneconomic/economic satisfaction, opportunism, and conflict. However, opportunism is rarely examined in a business marketing setting and rarely studied along with relational constructs such as noneconomic/economic satisfaction. The construct of conflict also is rarely examined with noneconomic and economic satisfaction. This study examined manufacturer-supplier relationships between...
#1Göran SvenssonH-Index: 34
#2Carlos Ferro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 5
Last.Juan Carlos Sosa Varela (Universidad del Turabo)H-Index: 3
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to test the structural properties of a stakeholder research model of focal company business sustainability and the associated consideration of upstream, downstream, market and societal stakeholders. Design/methodology/approach Based on two industrial business samples in Norway and Spain, partial least squares– structural equation modelling (PLS-SEM) was applied to empirically test a research model consisting of five stakeholder constructs. Findings The model ...
#1Xulio X. Pardellas (University of Vigo)H-Index: 3
#2Carmen Padín Fabeiro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 8
La perspectiva territorial de las relaciones fronterizas entre las regiones Galicia y Norte de Portugal mostraba ya un marcado acento atlantico desde finales del siglo XVIII, apoyado en las favorables condiciones de las infraestructuras de comunicacion proximas al litoral, que definian un eje de transito cada vez mas utilizado en sus intercambios comerciales. Despues de su incorporacion a la Comunidad Europea y siguiendo las directrices de la iniciativa comunitaria INTERREG, las instituciones re...
#1Janice M. Payan (UNC: University of Northern Colorado)H-Index: 13
#2Carmen Padín Fabeiro (University of Vigo)H-Index: 8
Last.Göran Svensson (Oslo School of Management)H-Index: 34
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This study supports the separation of action alignment domain variables (e.g., coordination and economic satisfaction) from the social alignment constructs (e.g., cooperation and noneconomic satisfaction) based on the “domain membership theory.” The key premise of this theory is that the association among the variables in the same domain will be stronger than the association between variables from different domains. The variables tested in this study are key elements of effective collaboration i...
#1Göran SvenssonH-Index: 34
#2Carlos FerroH-Index: 5
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Zsolnai (2006) writes that the extended stakeholder view is based upon the premise that companies have a responsibility to contribute to societal well-being and to nurture the physical environment in which they operate. Boesso and Kumar (2009) comment that companies are increasing their reliance on their stakeholders, especially those that are external to the company. Companies have furthermore become adept in orchestrating relationships with stakeholders in society, markets and business network...
ABSTRACTThis study explores the interface between service receivers’ learning and service providers’ adaptive curves in service encounters after critical incidents have occurred. Learning curve refers to a service receiver being repeatedly exposed to the same or similar critical incident. Adaptive curve refers to service providers possibly needing to act more flexibly each time a service receiver is exposed to the same or similar critical incident. The objective is to describe the interface betw...
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