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    Jorge A. Arevalo, Deepa Aravind, Silvia Ayuso & Mercè Roca (2013). The Global Compact: An Analysis of the Motivations of Adoption in the Spanish Context. Business Ethics 22 (1):1-15.
    In the 10 years after the launch of the United Nations Global Compact (GC), there have been very few empirical assessments of the initiative in the academic literature. In this study, drawing from institutional theory and the resource-based view of the firm, we examine motivations of business participants to adopt the GC principles in the Spanish context. Using survey data from Spain – the country reporting the highest volume of business participants in the GC – we find that external institutional (...)
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  2. Jorge A. Arevalo, Deepa Aravind, Silvia Ayuso & Mercè Roca (2013). The Global Compact: An Analysis of the Motivations of Adoption in the Spanish Context. Business Ethics: A European Review 22 (1):1-15.
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    Roberto García-Castro, Miguel A. Ariño, Miguel A. Rodriguez & Silvia Ayuso (2008). A Cross-National Study of Corporate Governance and Employment Contracts. Business Ethics 17 (3):259–284.
    Corporate governance (CG) can be seen to operate through a 'double agency' relationship: one between the shareholders and corporate management, and another between the corporate management and the firm's employees. The CG and labour management of firms are closely related. A particularly productive way to study how CG affects and is affected by the employment relationship has been to compare CG across countries. The contributions of this paper to that literature are threefold. (1) An integration of aspects of the labour (...)
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  4. Daniel Arenas & Silvia Ayuso (2016). Unpacking Transnational Corporate Responsibility: Coordination Mechanisms and Orientations. Business Ethics: A European Review 25 (3):217-237.
    This article aims to advance the discussion of how multinational companies manage the tension between global integration and local responsiveness in their corporate social responsibility. In particular, it studies the relationships between headquarters and subsidiaries in a transnational CSR strategy and the types of coordination mechanisms used. Building on a qualitative study of a multinational bank, we find that in addition to formal and informal coordination mechanisms, a transnational CSR strategy cannot be fully understood without considering lateral learning and participatory (...)
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  5. Silvia Ayuso, Mercè Roca, Jorge A. Arevalo & Deepa Aravind (forthcoming). What Determines Principle-Based Standards Implementation? Reporting on Global Compact Adoption in Spanish Firms. Journal of Business Ethics.
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  6. Roberto García-Castro, Miguel A. Ariño, Miguel A. Rodriguez & Silvia Ayuso (2008). A Cross-National Study of Corporate Governance and Employment Contracts. Business Ethics: A European Review 17 (3):259-284.
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