BALAS 2022 CERTIFICATES!

If you or one of your colleagues presented your paper in the conference you can download your BALAS 2022 Annual Conference Participation Certificate from the following link.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ezA1-4eHY6g-y9Ho0JaaUKGXVKgwYCji?usp=sharing

You need to look for the folder with your Paper No. (see the list below). If you do not find the folder, it might be that in our records your paper show as not presented in the conference. Please contact us at: balasassociation@gmail.com 



Paper N°

Authors.Name Paper

1

Juan F. Rendón, Lina M. Cortés and Javier Perote.Determining the banking solvency risk in times of COVID-19 through Gram-Charlier expansions

2

Filipa Lancastre and Carmen Lages.Choosing a business model in the social entrepreneurship context: typology of current practices and the influence of the social entrepreneur’s background

3

David Wernick, Jerry Haar, Chris Robertson, Merlin Grueso Hinestroza and Raul Montalvo.Teaching Cross-Cultural Competence through Experiential Learning: Lessons from Hemispheric Business Schools

4

Jesus Enrique Juyumaya Fuentes.DIGITAL REFLECTIVE EMPLOYEES AS ENABLERS OF EXPERIENCED MEANINGFULNESS AT WORK

6

Regina Diaz, Hugo Alvarez and Luis Gutierrez.Why can Digital Transformation Projects fail? A qualitative study

8

Jeffrey McClellan.Leadership and paradox: How leaders can recognize, accept, and respond to paradox in a global society

9

Aramis Rodriguez and Syramad Cortés.LEGO: a game of tensions and paradoxes

11

Eli Gimmon, Ying Teng and Sibylle Heilbrunn.Does Gender Make a Difference in Political Embeddedness of SMEs?

12

Luis Berggrun, Emilio Cardona and Edmundo Lizarzaburu.False Positives in Anomaly Discovery in Latin America

13

Arménio Rego, Camilo Valverde, Filipa Sobral, Eduardo Oliveira and Miguel Pina E Cunha.LEADER-EXPRESSED FORGIVENESS AND TEAM EXTRA-ROLE PERFORMANCE: A MODERATED MEDIATING MODEL

14

John Trapp.On The UN's Sustainable Development Goals: Progress and Achievability in Latin America

15

Roberto D. Ponce Oliva, María José Ibáñez Caamaño and Felipe Vásquez-Lavín.Moving from Intention to Action: Insights on Firms' Active Pro-Environmental Behavior

17

Ruth Powosino, Katherina Kuschel and Carlos Alsua.Soft-landing programs to attract female entrepreneurial talent in Peru

18

Ralph Henn, Katherina Kuschel, Cristina Sueiras and Orestis Terzidis.Designing an International Soft-Landing Program for Startup Founders: Finding the Internationalization Mode

19

Carolina Pagliacci.THE SUPPLY AND DEMAND-SIDE IMPACTS OF UNCERTAINTY IN ADVANCED AND EMERGING ECONOMIES

20

Viviana Fernandez.Environmental awareness: implications for business performance, innovation and financing

21

Miguel A. Baeza, Yong J. Wang and Brian K. Martinson.Understanding Etic and Emic of Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Taxonomy of Asian, Latin American and Western Perspectives

22

Ignacio Sánchez and Andrea Prado.Teaching Case: Santa Eduviges Group

23

Carlos Maquieira and Orlando Gahona-Flores.How does Economic Policy Uncertainty (EPU) impact Copper-Firms Stock Returns and changes in Copper Prices?

24

José Marcelo Vilela.Industry 4.0 and 5G Technology on Firms Network: A balanced competitive expansion conceptual model development

26

Ana Gonzalez, Yenny Rodriguez, John Rosso and Cristina Velez.Strategic responses of small business firms to COVID-19: Evidence from Colombia

29

Esteban R. Brenes, Gabriel Rodriguez and Caleb Pichardo.Complex Configurations of Resilient Entrepreneurs from Costa Rica

31

Felipe Perez Pineda and Jilber Urbina.Sustainability and Sustainable Development Goals in Business Models of Latin American Companies: An Exploratory Study

32

Luis Perini and Jorge Carneiro.Strategic Inertia vs. Strategic Renewal: Beyond the usual suspects

34

Rafael Schur, Miguel Caldas and William Eid Jr..The impact of Big Data Analytics Capabilities on Brazilian firms’ performance: not sufficient, but definitely necessary

35

Ana Carolina Renaux Lauth and Giuliana Isabella.UNDERSTANDING HOW THE VIEW ABOUT THE BIRTH CONTROL PILL HAS CHANGED OVER TIME

36

Lina Giraldo.The art-business strategic paradox in cultural organizations

37

Tommaso Ferretti and Paola Perez Aleman.Learning, Catalyzing, and Reconfiguring: How Impact Investments Enable the Sustainability-Centered Strategies of Agri-Business SMEs in Latin America

38

Daniela Afonso and Ricardo Zózimo.BUSINESS SCHOOLS AND SUSTAINABILITY: UNCOVERING THE PARADOXICAL TENSIONS OF A TRANSFORMATIVE ROADMAP

39

Mariana Oreng and Richard Saito.Skin in the game and credible signaling in securitization: are fintechs different?

41

Manuel Lobato and Javier Rodríguez.FROM ACADEMIC INNOVATIONS TO START-UPS: ANALYSIS OF THE VENTURE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

42

Iván D. Sánchez, Karol Daniela Arroyo Mera, María Camila Gómez Giraldo and Valentina Rojas Rozo.Teleworking in the time of COVID-19. Could any employee and any leader do it?

43

Carlos Cid and Félix López-Iturriaga.Founding-family businesses and corporate risk-taking: the mediating role of independent directors and institutional investors

44

Francisca Da Gama and Kim Bui.Hegemon or South-South Partner? The ambiguity of Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in Peru

46

Simone Sehnem, Francis Maldaner, Erno Menzel, Silvio Santos Junior, Lucila M.S. Campos and Lucia Godoi.Poultry and swine integration system: dilemmas, conflicts of interest and expectations

47

Mario A. Manzi.DETERMINANTS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION AMONG STUDENTS OF THE MONDRAGON TEAM ACADEMY IN SPAIN

48

Kristen Wissmar and Christopher Robertson.Mercado Libre Case Study

49

Leila Marcano Nieves, Maribel Ortiz and Virgin Dones.Glass ceiling: A factor that drives female entrepreneurship

50

Vitor Corado Simões and Ernesto Herrera Leon.The Internationalisation of InsurTech Platform Companies: A Latin American Perspective

51

Marcelo de Freitas Homrich and Fernando Bins Luce.How to value a Fan? Assessing fan customer engagement value

52

Mauricio Melgarejo.THE IMPACT OF FIRM INTERNATIONALIZATION ON THE QUALITY OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION: EVIDENCE FROM LATIN AMERICA BEFORE AND AFTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF IFRS

53

Marcelo de Freitas Homrich, Diego de Vasconcelos Souza, Ricardo Flores Pinto and Paulo Antônio Zawislak.The perception of startups regarding the role of the entrepreneurial university in the development of their innovation capabilities

54

Estrella Diaz, Rocio Carranza, Carlos Sánchez-Camacho and David Martín-Consuegra."Looking to the future and learning lessons from the recent past." Bibliometric analysis of B2B buying behavior and customer value

55

Aviner Manoel, Marcelo Moraes, Eloisa de Toledo and Jorge Carneiro.The Effects of the Degree of Internationalization on the Market Value of Cash: Evidence from Latin America

56

Cynthia Halliday, Jared Montoya and Camilla Montoya.Personnel Selection in Spanish-speaking Countries

57

Thora Lou.How Leaders Apply Dynamic Cognitive Capabilities and Personal Values to Embrace Competing Demands in Shifting Environments

58

Luis-Manuel Baquero and Marcela Orduz-Quijano.STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CURRICULUM: A COMPARATIVE CASE STUDY OF PUERTO RICO AND COLOMBIA UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOLS

59

Aaron Berg.Five configurations: both cascading and balancing organizational elements to advance performance and progress

61

Esteban R. Brenes, Daniel Montoya and Paula Chacón Montes de Oca.Compañia Azucarera Valdez

64

Filipe Correia, Gustavo Cortes and Thiago Silva.Is Corporate Credit Risk Propagated to Employees?

65

Filipe Correia, Peter Han and Jialan Wang.The Online Payday Loan Premium

66

Miguel Montoya and Francesc Trillas.REGULATORY REFORM AND RE-REGULATION IN MEXICO AND SPAIN

67

Laura Esther Zapata.Personal and engaging practices for a superior productivity: The relevance of flexibility and digital tools

68

Marlon Imhoff, Fernando Bins Luce and Cleo Schmitt Silveira.MARKET LIKED YOUR POST: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT AND SHAREHOLDER VALUE

69

Elias Huerta.The effect of Firm Customer Experience initiative on Firm Value: The Context Moderation Role

70

Cristian Pinto-Gutierrez and Gianni Romaní.Climate Risk and Entrepreneurial Efforts: Evidence from Droughts in Chile

71

Gonzalo R. Llanos-Herrera and Cristóbal Barra.Individual differences that influence the impact of brand relationship openness on life satisfaction

73

Hugo Baier-Fuentes, Nelson Andrade-Valbuena, Maria Huertas Gonzalez-Serrano and Magaly Gaviria-Marin.Bricolage and survivals of SMES in times of pandemic

74

Marco Alves, Carla Ramos and Danny Claro.Understanding the effect of bundling on sales performance: A meta-analysis

75

Eugenia Csoban, Sofía Esqueda H. and Alfredo Rios.PREDICTION OF ONLINE PURCHASE BEHAVIOR: APPLICATION OF THE S-O-R MODEL

76

Octavio Martinez.Vertical Integration and Location Decisions: Evidence from US Manufacturers in Mexico

77

Lisbeth Burgos, Nuno Reis, João Santos and Manuel Ferreira.THE MODERATING EFFECT OF STATE OWNERSHIP ON INSTITUTIONAL DISTANCE AND MULTILATINAS SUBSIDIARIES PERFORMANCE

78

Suzi Barbeiro, Nuno Reis, João Santos and Manuel Ferreira.THE EFFECTS OF HOME COUNTRY FORMAL AND INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS ON FIRMS’ OWNERSHIP STRATEGIES

79

Ivanete Schneider Hahn, Julia Bianchi and Anderson Antônio Mattos Martins.Overview of organic, vegan and plant-based diets, family farming and healthy food consumption in Brazil: concrete attributes, instrumental values, and per-ceived psychological consequences of consumption

80

Urbi Garay, Miguel Ríos and Albrect Sorensen.Do the different expressions of an artist offer the same financial performance over time? The case of Fernando Botero

81

Anamari Irizarry and Camille Villafañe.Non-native language barriers' effects on intercultural settings and professional performance when using idioms in internship and coop contexts: the case of Puerto Rican business students (an exploratory phase)

82

Sergio M. Afcha Chavez and Abel Lucena.R&D subsidies and firm innovation: Does human capital matter?

83

Aida Lozada, Teresa Longobardi and Rosario Ortiz.USA Certified Public Accountant Exam Performance: Evidence From International Candidates

84

María Verónica Alderete.Can small cities from developing countries be smart cities? The case of argentinean smart cities ABSTRACT

85

Christian Felzensztein, Alexei Tretiakov and Juan Velez.Paternalism and entrepreneurial leadership responses to a lockdown

87

Valter Takuo Yoshida Junior, Rafael Schiozer, Alan De Genaro and Toni Ricardo E. dos Santos.DOES MORE INFORMATION LEAD TO LOWER MODEL RISK IN CREDIT MODELS?

88

Dania Castro, Nicolás Gallardo and Cristobal Barra.The Effect of Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Avoidance on Social Network Ads Effectiveness

89

Evodio Kaltenecker and Miguel Montoya.GLOBAL CITES AND EMERGING MARKET MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES: THE SEARCH FOR GLOBAL CITIES-SPECIFIC ADVANTAGES, ESTABLISH AND OWNERSHIPS OF ENTRY MODELS

90

Alexander Guzmán Vásquez, María-Andrea Trujillo Dávila, Andres Garcia-Suaza and Andrea Melis.Family protocols: determinants and their impact on governance and firm performance

91

Jenifer Campos and Eugenia Csoban.Segmentation of Supermarket Clients: from Knowledge to Market Strategy

92

Henrique Pacheco, Angela Da Rocha and Renato Cotta de Mello.Going International: The Case of TechnoVector

93

Goretti Cabaleiro-Cerniño and Pedro Mendi.Exploration versus Exploitation: The Role of the Business Cycle

95

Vera Butkouskaya and Nestor U. Salcedo.The Role of Government Policy Communications (GPC) Quality and Consistency in Promoting Entrepreneurship: An Approach from Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC).

97

Jose H Ablanedo-Rosas, Alejandra S Gamez and Gerardo Ablanedo Rosas.Top technology and science clusters: A comparison of their efficiency distribution

98

Ezequiel A. Reficco and Roberto Gutiérrez.Ambidexterity in Last-mile Distribution at the Base of the Pyramid

99

Rita da Silva Nascimento.State of the art on hybridization (hybrid organizing)

100

Aida Lozada, Edwin Maldonado and Segundo Castro.CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF THE CPA EXAM DURING THE SECOND DECADE OF THIS CENTURY: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE OF PUERTO RICO

101

Aldo Alvarez-Risco, Sabina Mlodzianowska, Sandra Maycotte-Felkel and Shyla Del-Aguila-Arcentales.Factors of green entrepreneurship among business students in Mexico during the COVID-19 Pandemic

102

Walter Palomino-Tamayo, Jose Luis Wakabayashi and Guido Rojer.A Meta-analytic Review of Contingency Decisions During Recession on Branding Strategy

104

Grisel Melendez.Examining students’ perceptions to sharpen an experiential learning exercise in a Strategic Management course

105

Pedro Raventos and Maria Joaquina Martinez.FINSOCIAL: FROM STORM TO BLESSING

106

João Batista Gonçalves de Brito, Rodrigo Heldt, Cleo Schmitt Silveira, João Luiz Becker, Fernando Bins Luce, Guilherme Brandelli Bucco and Michel J. Anzanello.DATA PREPROCESSING METHOD TO IMPROVE CHURN PREDICTION PERFORMANCE

107

Leila Marcano, Juan Carlos Sosa Varela, Maribel Ortiz and Francisco Montalvo.Tactical marketing and networking: effects on the innovation in entrepreneurial of SME’s

108

Florence Carp, Alexandra Veríssimo and Ana Morais.Income smoothing practices by commercial banks in the Euro Area: The impact of the new IFRS 9 accounting standard

110

Hugo Borges Yang, Carla Ramos, Giuliana Isabella and Benjamin Rosenthal.Online Brand Communities in SAAS firms: A stakeholder perspective

111

Alberto R. Pinto Ferreira, Carla S. D. M. Ramos and Luiz F. M. Vieira.The budget's added-value: How companies in Brazil address the main criticisms on the traditional budgeting process

112

Tamires Silva da Silva, Marta Olivia Rovedder de Oliveira, Igor Bernardi Sonza and Juliana Silva Costa.Brand Equity and Company Performance: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in the US context

114

Alina Flores and Lucas Dorneles.Data Privacy in Retail: a bibliometric analysis

115

Gonçalo Sousa, Emanuel Gomes and Ferran Vendrell-Herrero.Understanding the relationship between competitive strategy and innovation: The role of the paradox of openness

116

Maximiliano González, Alexander Guzman, Eduardo Pablo and María Trujillo.Effect of corporate governance and country-level governance quality on the level of cash holdings in Latin America

117

Nashaly Valentin-Roman, Rodolfo Romañach, Barbara Alvarado-Hernandez and Moraima De Hoyos-Ruperto.Impact and Effects of the Pharmaceutical Entrepreneurial Ecosystem on Small Engineering, Validation, and Automatization Services (EVAS) in Puerto Rico

118

Juan Ramón Campos-Blázquez, Juan Carlos Sosa Varela and Mar Cárdenas-Muñoz.Exploring the effects of Organizational Agility, Digital Capabilities and Digital Orientation on Digital Transformation and Firm Competitiveness.

119

Omid Asgari, Helena Du, Luis Martinez and Saulo Dubard Barbosa.Don't Judge a Business School by Its YouTube Video

120

Juan Carlos Barahona and Diego Murillo.A proposed framework to measure business intelligence capabilities

121

Claudia Gomez, Anna Török, Edgar Centeno and Erzsébet Malota.The influence of feminist self-identification and human rights self-identification on attitudes towards femvertising: The case of Mexico and Spain

122

Flavio Bressan.Behind Managers’ Ambidexterity – Studying Mental Models Associated with Exploration and Exploitation

123

José Ernesto Amorós, Marcelo Leporati and Alfonso Jesús Torres Marín.Senior Entrepreneurship in Latin American: A Context Analysis

124

Milko Gonzalez-Lopez, Fernanda Izzo and Roberto Gomez.Who buy faster, Zambrano or Armas? The Last Name effect in a Latin America

125

Eric Talavera and Nestor U. Salcedo.SOFT SKILL PEER-TO-PEER EVALUATIONS: Benefits for Higher Education Institutions through Measurement Instruments

126

Liz Quispe.PERCEIVED CAPABILITY, EMPLOYER COMMITMENT AND GENDER IN THE ONLINE LABOR MARKET OF EMERGING COUNTRIES

128

Maribel Ortiz Soto, Guisell Larregui Candelaria and Juan G. Rivera Ortiz.There is no time to prepare ... We need to Adjust: Effect Telework Impelled by COVID 19 on Job Performance

129

Santiago Castellanos Rios and Sandra Gaitan.CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND COST OF EQUITY: EVIDENCE FROM LATIN AMERICA

130

Xavier Ordenana, Paul Vera, Jack Zambrano, Juan Manuel Dominguez and José Gabriel Castillo.Liquidity, responsiveness, and external shocks: a firm-level approach

131

Wilian Feitosa and Peterson Paulino.GREEN GENTRIFICATION - ITS CHARACTERISTICS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

131

Wilian Feitosa and Peterson Paulino.GREEN GENTRIFICATION - ITS CHARACTERISTICS AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

132

Nunzia Auletta.Asistensi: from the emergency room to a global InsurTech company

133

Norma Pontet Ubal and César Omar López Avila.Value creation with focus in the break even analysis

134

Julián Benavides-Franco, Irvin Taype-Huaman, Guillermo Buenaventura-Vera, Jaime Andrés Carabalí-Mosquera, Julio Cesar Alonso-Cifuentes and Luis Ángel Meneses-Cerón.THE EVOLUTION OF LOAN VOLUME AND NON-PERFORMING LOANS UNDER COVID-19 INNOVATIONS: THE COLOMBIAN CASE

135

Jorge Avendaño, Pedro Hidalgo and Sergio Olavarrieta.Relational Benefits, Satisfaction and Loyalty: an Application to the Banking Industry in Chile

137

Alan F. Rodriguez-Jasso, Arturo Briseño and Frederik Dahlmann.Climate Governance Practices and its effect on carbon performance: Evidence of Mexican Listed Firms

138

Jose Ruiz and Cristian Escudero.The Chilean electronic market for annuities: The role of intermediaries and firm reputation




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