Hernández-Lara, Ana B.

Personal Information

Position: Team Members Hernández-Lara, Ana B.
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Location: Reus
Description:

Ana B. Hernández-Lara is senior lecturer and Director of the Department of Business Management at Rovira i Virgili University (Spain). She obtained her PhD at Pablo de Olavide University (Spain) in 2007 about the influence of corporate governance on innovation. Her research lines are related to corporate governance, innovation, internationalisation and the tourism sector. She currently participates in different research groups and projects about the internasionalization process of Spanish firms and their innovation strategies.

Publications

Ferreira, V., Hernández-Lara, A. B. & Terceño, A. (2022). Unpeel the layers of trust! A comparative analysis of crowdfunding platforms and what they do to generate trust. Business Horizons, 65(1), 7-19. [More]  [DOI] 
Unpeel the layers of trust! A comparative analysis of crowdfunding platforms and what they do to generate trust
Ferreras-Garcia, R., Hernández-Lara, A. B. & Serradell-López, E. (2021). Gender and learning results: a study on their relationship in entrepreneurship education and business plans. Studies in Higher Education, 46(11), 2355-2370. [More]  [DOI] 
Gender and learning results: a study on their relationship in entrepreneurship education and business plans
Niñerola, A., Sánchez-Rebull, M.-V. & Hernández-Lara, A. B. (2021). Mapping the field: relational study on Six Sigma. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, 32(11-12), 1182-1200. [More]  [DOI] 
Mapping the field: relational study on Six Sigma
Niñerola, A., Sánchez-Rebull, M.-V. & Hernández-Lara, A. B. (2021). Six Sigma literature: a bibliometric analysis. Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, 32(9-10), 959-980. [More]  [DOI] 
Six Sigma literature: a bibliometric analysis
Hernández-Lara, A. B., Gonzales-Bustos, J. P. & Alarcón, A. (2021). Social Sustainability on Corporate Boards: The Effects of Female Family Members on R&D. Sustainability, 13(4), 1982. [More]  [DOI] 
Social Sustainability on Corporate Boards: The Effects of Female Family Members on R&D

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