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The IE faculty is comprised of exceptional individuals with diverse profiles, who help our students to develop their full potential from different perspectives.  

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  • On the Relative Importance of Linear Model and Human Judge(s) in Combined Forecasting Seifert, M., Hadida, A. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 2013
  • Corporate Governance and the Environment: What type of Governance creates Greener Companies? Kock, C.   Santaló, J.   Diestre, L. Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 49(3): 492-514, 2012
  • Information Technology and Firm Profitability: Mechanisms and Empirical Evidence Mithas, S.   Tafti, A.   Mein Goh, J. MIS Quarterly., Vol. 36(1): 205-224, 2012
  • Managing in Latin America: Common Issues and a Research Agenda De Castro, J.   Vassolo, R.   Gomez, L. The Academy of Management Perspectives, Vol. 25(4): 22-36, 2011

El Impacto económico de la liberalización de los horarios comerciales

Sinopsis

In this recent report, Fernando Fernandez analyses the economic impact of free trade, and in particular, the freedom of trading hours in Spain.

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Author/s:  Fernando Fernández Méndez de Andes

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Published: May, 01

Type: Studies

Tags: Renewable energy; solar energy; photovoltaic energy; regulating the energy market; subsidies; lobbying; political strategy; environment

Area: Economic and Business

Language: Spanish

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All for one?: European policy coordination in the eurozone crisis and beyond

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The article discusses how the eurozone´s formal and informal requirements for decisions by consensus have hindered its response to the financial/monetary crisis in 2011-2012 and pose challenges for future policy coordination in the event of deeper economic integration. It also highlights how the difficulties of policy coordination affect the overall economic environment for investment and businesses.

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Author/s:  Daniel Blake

Code: DE5-010-I

Published: May, 30

Type: Professional Article

Tags: Business, Government, Society; European institutions; eurozone; public policy

Area: Economic and Business

Language: English

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Novartis

Sinopsis

This interactive case study has been developed for students to apply their knowledge about how to develop a sales strategy and a commercial plan. It takes a practical approach and includes two interactive exercises that simulate the strategy set by students based on Novartis Spain challenges in 2008. This multimedia case study is the Winner for the 2010 EFMD Case Writing Competition - Euro-Mediterranean Managerial Practices and Issues.

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Author/s:  Teresa Serra , Claire Bastien

Code: MK1-138-I-M

Published: February, 01

Type: Multimedia

Tags: sales force, pharma, marketing plan, novartis, commercial plan, diovan, promotional activities, rasilez, lescol, galvus

Area: Economic and Business

Language: English

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Accountsville

Sinopsis

This multimedia tutorial gives students the opportunity to practice their understanding of IAS 36, relevant to the impairment of fixed assets. Students must complete a series of tasks with the objective of finding out which of the company’s assets are impaired. The tutorial is based around a fictitious town, that of Accountsville, which the student must explore to successfully complete 5 scenarios. For each scenario, the student must find the carrying amount, the recoverable amount and the impairment value, with the help of short interactive exercises. This multimedia material is the Winner of the MERLOT Award for Exemplary Online Learning Resources – MERLOT Classics 2012.

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Author/s:  Lucía Egea

Code: CF2-111-I-M

Published: July, 17

Type: Multimedia

Tags: Impairment, assets, IAS 36, accounting standards, carrying amount, recoverable value

Area: Economic and Business

Language: English

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