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  • Work-family culture, work-family balance and perceived performance

    The present study analyzes the relationship between Culture work-family, work-family balance and perceived performance of the workers of a retail company in the Metropolitan Region, based in the Model of Healthy and Resilient Organizations. A quantitative analysis to workers, to whom the Questionnaire of Interaction Work-Family (SWING), the Questionnaire of Work-family culture and the In-role and Extra-role Performance Scale. He concludes the existence of a significant interdependent relationship positive among the variables, however, is low for the variable Perceived Performance.

  • Bibliometric analysis of dividend policy research

    Bibliometrics focuses mainly on the scientific literature analysis in a quantitative way, both in production and consumption, as it can be used as a source of detailed and systematized information of the scientific production in a discipline. The objective of this article is to use bibliometric indicators to provide a scientific production analysis about dividend policy focusing on key aspects in its analysis: scientific journals, articles, institutions, authors and the most influential countries. The sample covers the period from 1975 to 2016.

  • Technical efficiency of the chilean AFP

    The research analyzes the degree of technical efficiency of the pension fund managers of Chile (AFP), through the Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA CCR-O), efficiency measurement technique that studies the performance of productive units under a treatment multidimensional non-parametric variable. The model proposed in the study considers as inputs personnel expenses and investment in fixed assets; and as income the commission income. The results show that the average efficiency of the entities for the years 2011-2017 was 68% and that only the AFP Model presented the maximum efficiency for the period analyzed. It is concluded that the allocation of resources destined to the administration of pension funds is susceptible to be improved about the estimated technical efficiency.

  • Succession, performance and management capacity in family companies

    This study analyzes the perceptions of the owners and/or managers of family businesses in the Ñuble territory of Chile, according to the dimensions of succession, performance and managerial capacity. Methodologically, hierarchical conglomerate analysis was used, obtaining a Cronbach alpha of 0.789. Three generations stand out: first (47.6%), second (38.1%) and third (14.3%), where the managerial capacity is determinant in the sustainability. There are problems in the succession for lack of planning of the process and the potential successors do not wish to continue with the company given their interests and levels of professionalization. Future performance is related to emotional capital and the degree of innovation.

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  • Impact of microfinance on the local microbusiness

    Although microfinance programs were born with the specific objective of reducing poverty, currently they attend to small entrepreneurs who have limited access to traditional finance, but are not necessarily poor. These small entrepreneurs are key agents of any territory due to their capacity to create jobs, incomes and to strengthen the local entrepreneurship structure. Many studies have tried to measure the impact of microfinance programs. Preliminary results suggest that microfinance programs could be an effective instrument of local development. However, more studies have to be conducted to support this hypothesis. The objective of this work is to evaluate the impact of a microfinance program that provides microcredit on the income of microentrepreneurs in the Araucanía Region in Chile. A non-experimental, cross-sectional study with a control group was carried out using the matched comparison method, using the propensity score technique. The results suggest the existence of a plausible association between participating in a microfinance program and higher incomes in local microentrepreneurs.

  • Stock returns and liquidity risk in Chile

    This study analyzes the impact of liquidity risk on the return of shares in the Chilean stock market during the period from January 2000 to July 2018. Many studies have focused on measuring this effect in developed markets and few in emerging markets, especially the Chilean one. To do this, we used 6 risk measures in a multiple regression model; four widely used in previous studies and two new proposed measures. We found evidence of the significance of the liquidity risk over the stock return.

  • Editorial. Evolutionism and management

    This editorial interrogates about the legitimate, the limits between the social system including individuals, its expression through culture and the economic system through the market. This has involved the acceptance of love feelings for the brands, through the goods and services offered, as a postmodern market option and, as in any model, with a subject to, or restriction of the construct, which implies the extraordinary need for growth of the companies so that the civilization reaches the set of the societies and the traits that from the ethics are criticized to the economic system can be overcome

  • Internal Marketing: A Model for Implementation and Development

    Internal marketing (IM) is increasingly recognized as a tool to institutionalize organizational values, improve employee commitment and enhance customer satisfaction. Its implementation and development, however, have not been sufficiently supported by the literature. A theoretical model would contribute to its conceptual development and facilitate its application in the organization, enabling to achieve strategic objectives such as customer orientation, organizational commitment, and organization performance. This reflective paper proposes a theoretical model for implementing and developing IM in organizations, by summarizing and integrating the literature. It identifies the evolution and the different theoretical approaches, such as: (a) the employee as a customer of the organization; (b) IM as a process; and (c) the culture of external customer orientation. The proposed model considers IM as a path for performing the strategic management of human resources through the marketing perspective, enhancing the need of both areas to work collaboratively

  • The Entrepreneurial Spirit: beyond business creation

    Globalization and constant transformation has marked this XXI century. This continual change makes organizations prepare in advance to face the challenges posed by global markets and nonstop changing times. These complex challenges organizations face today are assimilated by employees through active reponses that demand the perception of the market signals they function in. Through adaptation and change, these employees boost and manage initiatives within the companies, thus becoming leaders who provide mutual benefits for the organization and themselves. Consequently, they become real and genuine entrepreneurs. But any form of entrepreneurship also implies change and, beyond doubt, innovation, an essential element in organizations today. However, it is difficult to identify those employees who as entrepreneurs within organizations stand out and have an impact by generating creative projects (Pérez, 2011). Companies need leaders who believe and are ready to face the difficulties brought by these challenges. This article attempts to prove how corporate entrepreneurship, within an organizational context, is the true innovation booster

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