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Concern about Environmental Pollution: How Much Difference Do Race and Ethnicity Make? A New Jersey Case Study

Michael R. Greenberg
2005 Environmental Health Perspectives  
There were also racial/ethnic differences among these groups in their desire for government action to protect the environment and in their personal support of the environmental movement.  ...  The last two groups are the two fastest-growing subpopulations in the United States, and although acculturation may slowly increase their concern about environmental pollution, it is more prudent for proponents  ...  Globalization has led to the closing of hundreds of thousands of manufacturing facilities in the United States, and services have replaced manufacturing as the primary source of jobs in a increasingly  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.7611 pmid:15811824 pmcid:PMC1278473 fatcat:5qfqhler7baljg6bfqkv6gllpe

Do Environmental Practices of Enterprises Constitute an Authentic Green Marketing Strategy? A Case Study from Mexico

Andrea Trujillo, Pilar Arroyo, Lorena Carrete
2014 International Journal of Business and Management  
By using a qualitative research approach, this study collected information of multiple cases comprising multinationals, Mexican firms with international operations and Mexican firms with local operations  ...  The two dominant greening strategies identified, "resource savings and waste reduction" and "certification and acknowledgment of environmental responsibility", reflect a short-term perspective driven by  ...  Environmental management research has significantly transformed, going from exploratory studies and multi-disciplinary research including a multi-cultural perspective to more sophisticated research designs  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v9n2p175 fatcat:cfvs6t5dxfe2pjmexkmkk43aiq

Theory and practice in environmental education: a Mexican case study

Arely Anahy Paredes-Chi
2016 Environmental Education Research  
manifested in practice in a specific case (a Mexican primary school on the Yucatan Peninsula).  ...  In this sense, the aim of case study is to illuminate: asserts that those criticisms are not necessarily a limitation of case study.  ...  Culture (autonomous, acquired, imposed, alienated) Culture is a link to environment, in that environment is an element that enables the expression, construction, reproduction and recreation of the culture  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2016.1249460 fatcat:falgnxnrmjbdtd7q255i2ujk5u

The Maquilas in Mexico: A Global Perspective

Leslie Sklair
1992 Bulletin of Latin American Research  
In the case of the maquila industry, the main actors are Mexican and US citizens, with some Japanese and other nationalities.  ...  relates to a global capitalism in the process of reformation.  ...  This is also the case for foreign investment in most countries.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3338601 fatcat:ecmk2t73ibcefkzhdusnjb4s6i

The challenges of introducing a new biofungicide to the market: A case study

Enrique Galindo, Leobardo Serrano-Carreón, C. Roberto Gutiérrez, Raúl Allende, Karina Balderas, Martín Patiño, Mario Trejo, Miguel Angel Wong, Ema Rayo, Darío Isauro, Carlos Jurado
2013 Electronic Journal of Biotechnology  
introduced in Mexican market.  ...  Conclusions: The successful introduction of Fungifree AB® in the Mexican market has been the result of a wide variety of factors: remarkable product technical characteristics, researchers' high scientific  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The project described in this paper is the result of approximately 12 years of work, in which a large number of individuals and institutions have participated.  ... 
doi:10.2225/vol16-issue3-fulltext-6 fatcat:6ak2emezcnb75lxib6pcb4wmvq

Wal-Mart or World-Mart? A Teaching Case Study

Peter Jacques, Rebecca Thomas, Daniel Foster, Jennifer McCann, Matthew Tunno
2003 The Review of Radical Political Economics  
This teaching case study aims to draw out discussion in a variety of classes about the responsibilities of large corporations and their role in society.  ...  Ultimately, the purpose of the study is to provoke discussions about the marketplace, social welfare, cultural homogenization, labor, and economic structure and agency in the context of expanding global  ...  The study then concludes with some comments on cultural homogenization. Introduction Wal-Mart is the world's largest corporation (The global 500 2002; Belsie 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0486613403257808 fatcat:c2zoxjww35axdd32lb4lltxzba

Case Study Based Model to Propose the Integration of Suppliers in a Central State in Mexico

Antonio Ortega-Reyes, Eva Hernández Gress, Carlos Robles-Acosta
2018 Administrative Sciences  
It exposes a case study approach with the points of view of residents, businesses, and authorities to improve the socioeconomic conditions of the region: Sahagun, Hidalgo.  ...  This paper addresses the situation of an industrial park in Mexico from the perspective of its community.  ...  According to Yin (2009) , the case study methodology leads to carry out an in-depth analysis of the phenomena of study, giving a real panorama of the object or situation under research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/admsci8020010 fatcat:4ffn5d6oibe47kg64eqzoxi3d4

The Analysis of Competitiveness and Economic Growth: A Case Study of Transition Countries

Cevat Gerni, Burhan Kabadayi, Ziya Caglar Yurttancikmaz, Omer Selcuk Emsen
2013 International Business Research  
formation per capita, and globalization index in the Cobb-Douglas production function framework.  ...  This study examined the effects of competitiveness on the economic growth of transition countries between the years 1995 and 2009.  ...  The findings of the study show that globalization has a positive effect on transition countries.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ibr.v6n5p117 fatcat:vkj2gukhezflhop2jh2nffed3e

Political ecology and policy: a case study in engagement [chapter]

2015 The Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology  
While there are numerous edited volumes, textbooks, and monographs under the heading "political ecology" these have tended to be either collections of empirically based (mostly case study) research on  ...  With authors from North and South America, Europe, Australia, and elsewhere, the Handbook provides a state-of-theart examination of political ecology; addresses ongoing and emerging debates in this rapidly  ...  Acknowledgement Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the editors of this volume, Luke Bergmann, the Simpson  ... 
doi:10.4324/9781315759289-25 fatcat:2hua5i2sjvbnljg2kclngivhay

The product development process as a measuring tool for company internationalisation? The case studies of DaimlerChrysler and Volkswagen

Ludger Pries, Oliver Schweer
2004 International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management  
Finally, both cases are compared, structural pending problems of both case studies are discussed and suggestions for future research, using the new approach, are made. most of the literature was and is  ...  Although they have produced important results, we should also mention a number of other valuable research studies which were conducted in the field of PDP research.  ...  The data verified the hypothesis that underlay the research: the building of new locations of production and the restructuring of existing manufacturing plants overseas revealed a qualitatively new phase  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijatm.2004.004393 fatcat:klsuvbih6baq7cspof6wuojlv4

European Markets as Challenges or Opportunities for Mexican SMEs' Internationalization: A Critical Analysis of Globalization

Lorena Ruiz Garcia
2009 Perspectives on Global Development and Technology  
It is based on a case study of BANCOMEXT (the Mexican Trade Commission) in Europe.  ...  Th is study contributes to the understanding of the eff ects of globalization on the internationalization of SMEs from developing countries, trading with developed countries.  ...  Case Study on the Mexican SMEs' Internationalization Based on the Mexican Foreign Trade Commission Offi ces in Europe Th is research is based on a case study on BANCOMEXT Offi ces in Europe: London, Paris  ... 
doi:10.1163/156914909x423935 fatcat:uvk7e4psufg3dktazzquupttxy

Role of Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices in the Lean Quality Strategy (LQS) Implementation: A Case Study of Bank

Bilqees Ghani, Khalid Rasheed Memon
2018 Zenodo  
The debate has been centered that LQS is a key ingredient in operationalizing the organizational functions.  ...  The study, therefore, aims to understand the impact of HR practices on the implementation of LQS.  ...  Therefore, researchers espoused the case study method to develop the micro-level perspective of HRM in a single case undergoing lean quality strategy.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3490034 fatcat:zqh37m6fu5gdbgkc5254k5ivfe

An alternative technical education system: a case study of Mexico

Kye Woo Lee
1998 International Journal of Educational Development  
Efficiency in Student Flows 17 VI. Conclusion 18 References 20 Tables 23 Figures 25 An Alternative Technical Education System: A Case Study of Mexico I. Background 2 . 1 .  ...  The shortcoming in the student-flow performance may partly be rooted in the economic and cultural attitudes of the population and partly in the systemic problems of the educational system as a whole.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0738-0593(98)00025-x fatcat:rqlgrfhrsjdt7av6znn2mxaw5y

Migration and Imperialism

Raúl Delgado Wise
2006 Latin American perspectives  
Under the aegis of neoliberalism, the Mexican workforce is being called upon to play a crucial role in the industrial restructuring of the United States and thus creates obstacles for development in Mexico  ...  Translated by Mariana Ortega Breña The process of economic integration occurring as a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has created a new migratory dynamic between Mexico and the  ...  advantage, as in the case of a cheap workforce.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0094582x05286083 fatcat:2k3llhcrnfhdtanz4mtmdn6wai

Global sales and operations planning: A multinational manufacturing company perspective

Marcelo Xavier Seeling, Tobias Kreuter, Luiz Felipe Scavarda, Antônio Márcio Tavares Thomé, Bernd Hellingrath, Alessandro Margherita
2021 PLoS ONE  
The paper conducts a case study at a multinational manufacturing company applying an abductive approach.  ...  Moreover, it is the first study to reveal challenges and expected outcomes of such a global perspective for S&OP.  ...  The case company studied within this research is a global manufacturer that has been implementing a standardised S&OP process across all subsidiaries, including the two (embedded) sub-units in Brazil and  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0257572 pmid:34547059 pmcid:PMC8454961 fatcat:5bfoh7jpirglnl3c5gqnh5dfhe
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