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    Amsterdam: Elsevier
    Publication Date: 2018-12-19
    Description: Literature about cooperative agreement shows us the importance of some factors in the success of the cooperative agreements. We will focus on the study of two variables with high social component, such as trust and commitment. Our objective is to evaluate if there are significant differences in both variables between the different reasons that motive companies to cooperate. If these significant differences appear there will be important managerial implications because managers would have more information in the decision making process because they would be identifying some reasons with higher level of those success key factors. Moreover, we carry out the empirical study in Spanish agro-alimentary industry because we consider that there are a few studies about cooperative agreement in mature sector with low technological component.
    Keywords: M19 ; L14 ; L66 ; ddc:330 ; cooperative agreement ; reasons ; trust ; commitment
    Language: Spanish
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    Amsterdam: Elsevier
    Publication Date: 2018-12-19
    Description: This study focuses on the structure of the board of directors that is considered more suitable in terms of corporate social responsibility, and also on those contextual factors that could influence the socially responsible behavior of family firms. Empirical analysis on 535 non-listed Spanish firms leads to the identification of three clusters in terms of the variables related to boards´ structure: family dominated boards, professional boards and immature boards. Results show that the firms that have boards' structure with more potential for a socially responsible behavior (professional boards) are the ones who are bigger, older and with higher generational evolution.
    Keywords: M14 ; M19 ; ddc:330 ; family firm ; board of directors ; social responsibility ; stakeholders.
    Language: Spanish
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