Ética y Responsabilidad Social de los Agronenocios en Latinoamerica.

  • Alfredo Aguilar Valdés Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
  • Guillermo Guerra Espinal Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
  • Agustín Cabral Martell Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”

Abstract

Article in Spanish Ethics and social responsibility of agri-business in Latin-America The main objective of this work is to remark the relevance of ethics and the social responsibility of agri-business in a globalized World. Initially the concept of globalization is reviewed and its effects on the management of agri-business, and also is showed the relationship between ethics, social responsibility and globalization under this frame. Afterwards a review of entrepreneurial ethics, its instruments and its relation with the organizational culture is made, followed by an analysis of the concept of social responsibility of agri-business and application models to this one, putting emphasis in advantages and disadvantages of each model. Next step shows the related areas to the applicability of social responsibility of agri-business, such as the environmental management, protection of the consumer, and total quality. Finally suggestions of some areas of study and meditation for agri-business professionals are made.

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Author Biographies

Alfredo Aguilar Valdés, Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
Guillermo Guerra Espinal, Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
Agustín Cabral Martell, Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
Universidad Autónoma Agraria “Antonio Narro”
Published
2006-06-29
How to Cite
Aguilar Valdés, A., Guerra Espinal, G., & Cabral Martell, A. (2006). Ética y Responsabilidad Social de los Agronenocios en Latinoamerica. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation, 1(2), 53-63. Retrieved from https://www.jotmi.org/index.php/GT/article/view/art5
Section
Research Articles