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Vol. 3 Núm. 1 (2009): La competitividad como estrategia en época de crisis ISBN 9789707649538

El impacto de la capacidad directiva en la competitividad de la industria del mueble de España

julio 11, 2016


Este trabajo de  investigación tiene como objetivo principal analizar los efectos que ejerce la capacidad directiva de los gerentes en la competitividad de las empresas que integran la industria del mueble de España. El análisis empírico se llevó a cabo para una muestra de 322 empresas productoras de muebles con veinte o más trabajadores, al momento de realizar el estudio, y que al menos hayan realizado una exportación y/o participado en la Feria Internacional del Mueble de Valencia en las ediciones 2005 y/o 2006.


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