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  1. Experiencia con hipotermia terapéutica en el paro cardíaco extrahospitalario

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    Ricardo Levin

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: El paro cardíaco extrahospitalario (PCEH, una de las principales causas de mortalidad en el mundo occidental, se asocia con una muy baja sobrevida hospitalaria y con un número elevado de secuelas neurológicas entre los sobrevivientes, sin modificaciones significativas en el pronóstico en las últimas tres décadas. Estudios clínicos más recientes plantearon la utilidad de la hipotermia terapéutica en la reducción de la mortalidad y el grado de deterioro neurológico en sobrevivientes de un PCEH. Objetivos: Evaluar la mortalidad y el resultado neurológico de pacientes comatosos resucitados de un PCEH tratados con hipotermia terapéutica. Considerar las indicaciones y los hallazgos de la cinecoronariografía y detectar complicaciones asociadas con la hipotermia. Material y métodos: Se incluyeron pacientes resucitados de un PCEH tratados bajo hipotermia terapéutica, que consistió en una fase de enfriamiento a 33 °C, un mantenimiento durante 24 horas y recalentamiento a 0,25 °C/hora. Se analizaron las indicaciones y los hallazgos de la cinecoronariografía. Se evaluaron complicaciones metabólicas, arrítmicas, infecciosas y hemorrágicas. Se consideró significativo valor de p menor de 0,05. Resultados: De los 213 pacientes incluidos, la sobrevida hospitalaria fue de 109 pacientes (51,2%, de los que 96 (46,1% presentaron al egreso buena recuperación neurológica. Se observó mayor sobrevida en pacientes con ritmos pasibles de desfibrilación respecto de aquellos con ritmos no pasibles de desfibrilación (58,2% vs. 37,7%; p = 0,007. Se derivaron (3,5 horas en promedio a cinecoronariografía 147 (69% pacientes, de los cuales 121 (82,3% mostraron enfermedad significativa, observándose en 69 (57% oclusión coronaria completa. Ciento siete pacientes fueron sometidos a angioplastia; 43 (40,2% de ellos fallecieron durante la internación frente a 61 (58,6% óbitos entre los no intervenidos o no estudiados (p = 0,005. Entre

  2. AVALIAÇÃO DA HIPOTERMIA NO PÓS-OPERATÓRIO IMEDIATO

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    Juliana Mara Gotardo

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available La hipotermia es un caso común en el peri-quirúrgico. El estudio tuvo como objetivos identificar la frecuencia de hipotermia en el paciente adulto en el posoperatorio inmediato y las intervenciones de enfermería implementadas para su tratamiento en la sala de recuperación pos anestésico (SRPA. Para recoger los datos fue elaborado un instrumento, sometido a validación aparente y de contenido. La muestra fue constituida por 30 pacientes, que fueron acompañados desde la llegada a la unidad hasta dados de alta. La temperatura corporal promedio de los pacientes al llegar en la SRPA fue de 35,5°C, siendo que el 66,6% de los pacientes investigados presentaron hipotermia. El uso de manta de lana con sábana de algodón fue el método pasivo de calentamiento cutáneo más utilizado por el equipo de enfermería, siendo que apenas el 6,7% de los pacientes utilizaron el sistema de aire forzado calentado comprobado en la literatura como método eficaz para el tratamiento de la hipotermia en el posoperatorio inmediato.

  3. TERMOMETRIA TIMPÂNICA E TEMPORAL NA AVALIAÇÃO DA HIPOTERMIA NO INTRAOPERATÓRIO DE CIRURGIA ABDOMINAL EM ADULTOS

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    Rutes de Fatima Terres Danczuk

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: analizar la asociación entre las características sociodemográficas, clínicas, operatorias y ambientales con la ocurrencia de hipotermia medida por medio de termómetros timpánicos y temporales, en pacientes adultos en el trans-operatorio sometidos a cirugías abdominales electivas con exposición visceral. Métodos: estudio observacional, prospectivo, cuantitativo, correlacional. Los datos fueron recolectados mediante instrumento estructurado conteniendo las variables: edad; Índice de Massa Corporal; clasificación American Society of Anesthesiologists ; tipo de anestesia; tiempo de la cirugía; temperatura timpánica y temporal; temperatura y humedad relativa a la sala quirúrgica. Fueron medidas las temperaturas por los métodos de afección timpánico y temporal en 63 pacientes. En el análisis de los datos se buscó la asociación de la hipotermia con las características de los pacientes, del tipo de anestesia, del ambiente quirúrgico segundo el método de afección y del tiempo quirúrgico. Resultado: de los 63 pacientes, 15 (23,8% presentaron hipotermia. Del total (n=15; 100% de pacientes hipotérmicos, 13 (80% presentaron hipotermia leve. La hipotermia moderada fue identificada apenas por la termometría temporal, en tres (20% pacientes. No hubo hipotermia grave y en dos (13,3% pacientes a la hipotermia ocurrió apenas en la medida de la termometría temporal. En la relación de las variables, identificación que la hipotermia tuvo asociación estadísticamente significante solamente con la edad (p=0,0027 y el sexo (p=0,015, en la afección de la temperatura timpánica. Conclusión: apenas el sexo y la edad interfirieron en la hipotermia en el trans-operatorio por la termometría timpánica y ninguna variable influenció por la termometría temporal.

  4. Consumo de oxígeno en hipotermia, durante circulación extracorpórea, en cirugías de niños con cardiopatías congénitas complejas en Canarias: perfiles cinéticos e implicaciones fisiológicas

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    García Mendieta, Jorge Saúl

    2016-01-01

    Programa de doctorado: Avances en Medicina Interna. La fecha de publicación es la fecha de lectura [ES]El presente estudio intenta demostrar que hay diferentes perfiles cinéticos de la relación consumo de oxígeno y temperatura corporal, durante la circulación extracorpórea e hipotermia (CEC-Hp) en niños operados por cardiopatías congénitas complejas en Canarias.

  5. Estudo funcional e morfológico da hipotermia sistêmica ou tópica no fígado de cães

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    Siqueira Venilton José

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Estudar as alterações morfo-funcionais hepáticas produzidas por dois tipos de hipotermia; a sistêmica ou tópica (localizada. MÉTODOS: 20 cães foram distribuídos em dois grupos: G I (n=10 submetido a hipotermia tópica e G II (n=10 submetido à hipotermia sistêmica. Dosagens bioquímicas de alanina aminotransferase (ALT, aspartato aminotransferase (AST, bilirrubina direta (BD e estudo morfológico à microscopia óptica (MO e microscopia eletrônica de transmissão (MET foram realizados antes da hipotermia (T0, após a estabilização da temperatura corporal em 10ºC menor que a temperatura inicial (Test e após sessenta minutos de hipotermia (T60. RESULTADOS: A dosagem bioquímica das enzimas, aspartato aminotransferase e bilirrubina direta, evidenciaram maiores níveis de lesões no grupo submetido à hipotermia tópica, quando comparado ao grupo de animais submetidos à hipotermia sistêmica. Por sua vez, a dosagem da Alanina aminotransferase não apresentou alterações em ambos os grupos. Tanto a MO quanto a MET, revelou que nos animais do grupo com hipotermia tópica, as lesões hepáticas foram mais intensas quando comparadas ao do grupo com hipotermia sistêmica. CONCLUSÃO: A hipotermia tópica é mais lesiva ao fígado do que a sistêmica.

  6. Temperatura e alterações no equilíbrio ácido-base de pacientes submetidos à cirurgia cardíaca com circulação extracorpórea, sob normotermia e hipotermia Temperatura y alteraciones en el equilibrio ácido-base de pacientes sometidos a cirugía cardíaca con circulación extracorpórea, bajo normotermia e hipotermia Temperature and acid-base balance in coronary bypass grafting with cardiopulmonary bypass, under hypothermia and normothermia

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    Hugo Leonardo de Moura Luz

    2002-04-01

    diminuição da temperatura, embora discreta, parece não ter conferido o grau de proteção celular esperada ao fluxo sangüíneo da CEC.JUSTIFICATIVA Y OBJETIVOS: La circulación extracorpórea (CEC se asocia a varios cambios en la fisiología normal. Las múltiplas causas de estas alteraciones interaccionan y representan un número de rutas potenciales para la disfunción orgánica pós-operatoria. El objetivo de este trabajo es investigar las alteraciones de sus parámetros indicadores durante a circulación extracorpórea en hipotermia y compararlas a aquellas ocurridas en normotermia. MÉTODO: Fueron seleccionados 30 pacientes adultos, de ambos sexos, con edades entre 41 y 78 años, indicados para la revascularización quirúrgica del miocárdio, operados con auxilio de CEC, bajo normotermia o hipotermia. Fueron evaluados los siguientes parámetros: concentración de hemoglobina y de los gases sanguíneos, pH, bicarbonato, exceso de bases, hiato aniónico, íon lactato, parámetros de oxigenación tecidual y los índices de flujo y de resistencia vascular sistémica. RESULTADOS: No hubo diferencia estadísticamente significativa entre los grupos normotermia e hipotermia, en relación al pH arterial, al bicarbonato arterial, a las concentraciones plasmáticas de los íons sodio y cloreto, al "anion gap", a la presión parcial de gás carbónico y al contenido arterial de oxígeno. Hubo efecto de tiempo en todas esas variables excepto para las variables exceso de bases y "anion gap". El exceso de bases y la concentración de potasio mostraran valores inferiores en el grupo hipotérmico. El lactato sérico aumentó en los dos grupos del tiempo antes para el después la CEC siendo que el grupo hipotermia presentó valores más elevados. CONCLUSIONES: Hipotermia leve parece no modificar substancialmente el equilibrio ácido-base, cuando comparado a valores normales de temperatura, durante a CEC. Entretanto, el íon lactato se elevó significativamente en los pacientes

  7. Efectos de la hipotermia moderada en los niveles de glucemia de caninos

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    Ricardo Andrés Ramírez Uscátegui

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available Con el objetivo de evaluar las variaciones de la glucemia en caninos sometidos a hipotermia moderada se utilizaron ocho canes adultos, anestesiados con etomidato e isofluorano y sometidos a tres franjas de temperatura: 32-33 °C, 34-35 °C y normotermia 38,5 ± 1 °C, durante 150 min. La glucosa sérica de estos animales fue evaluada en el periodo basal y cada 30 min durante el periodo experimental. La glucemia fue mayor durante los 60, 90 y 120 min, comparada con las concentraciones basales; fue similar en las franjas de temperatura estudiadas y se mantuvo siempre dentro de los rangos para la especie. La aplicación de hipotermia moderada no altera las concentraciones de glucosa, lo que se constituye en un aspecto relevante en la neuroprotección.

  8. Papel neuroprotector da hipotermia terapêutica pós paragem cardio-respiratória

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    Ana Abreu

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVOS: A hipotermia terapêutica demonstrou ter efeitos neuro e cardioprotectores, com melhoria da sobrevida e redução das sequelas neurológicas em doentes vítimas de paragem cardio-respiratória. O objectivo deste estudo foi avaliar a evolução dos doentes submetidos a hipotermia terapêutica após paragem cardio-respiratória. MÉTODOS: Estudo prospectivo observacional dos doentes submetidos a hipotermia terapêutica após paragem cardio-respiratória numa unidade de cuidados intensivos polivalente durante 10 meses. Aos doentes admitidos até 12 horas após paragem cardio-respiratória foi induzida a hipotermia terapêutica através da administração de fluidos arrefecidos e arrefecimento corporal externo e mantida a temperatura alvo, 33°C, durante 24 horas. RESULTADOS: Foram incluídos 12 doentes, idade (mediana de 64 anos, 58% do sexo masculino. A paragem cardio-respiratória ocorreu em meio hospitalar em 6 doentes. O índice de Charlson, o Sequential Organ Failure Assessment (SOFA e o Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation II, no primeiro dia, foram 2.9 [IIQ 6.8], 11 [IIQ 2.75], e 24.5 [IIQ 15.25], respectivamente. A taxa de mortalidade na unidade de cuidados intensivos polivalente foi de 42% (N=5. Dos 7 sobreviventes, 5 recuperaram o estado neurológico prévio à paragem cardio-respiratória. A hipotermia terapêutica foi iniciada cerca de 120 minutos [IIQ 78.75], após recuperação de circulação espontânea. A maioria dos doentes (75% necessitou de suporte vasopressor. Foi constatado, nos 3 dias subsequentes à paragem cardio-respiratória e hipotermia terapêutica, uma diminuição do valor mediano de SOFA (11[IIQ 2.75], no dia 0, 10 [IIQ 3], no dia 1 e 7 [IIQ 4.5], no dia 2. CONCLUSÃO: A aplicação de um protocolo de hipotermia terapêutica revelou ser simples e eficaz e permitiu obter em doentes com indicação, boa recuperação neurológica.

  9. Percepción de la propia imagen corporal en pacientes obesos o con sobrepeso.

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    Faustino Abad Massanet

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available La obesidad es un importante problema de salud en la comunidad, y su abordaje es complejo. La valoración de la propia imagen corporal podría ser de ayuda, en pacientes obesos o con sobrepeso, para orientar hacia la obtención de un peso más saludable. Con este objetivo se utilizó una escala de figuras (escala de Stunkard en pacientes de estas características, comparando la figura seleccionada por cada participante con la correspondiente a su Índice de Masa Corporal real. La concordancia entre ambas fue escasa, con marcado predominio de sujetos que infravaloran su IMC. El error en la valoración fue significativamente mayor entre las mujeres, en los participantes con menor nivel de estudios, y entre los que presentaban algún componente del síndrome metabólico.

  10. El estado del peso corporal en sujetos con retraso mental en un centro de día

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    García, Edi Guillermo

    2010-01-01

    La investigación del peso corporal en sujetos con retraso mental (RM) ha sido emparentada con la obesidad y, en menor medida, con el bajo peso. Con el motivo de determinar el estado del peso corporal y establecer si existen desviaciones respecto al peso normal, es que se realizó un estudio con diseño descriptivo transversal teniendo en cuenta las diferentes de evaluación el Índice de Masa Corporal y el IMC para la edad, recolectándose los datos en concurrentes a un Centro de Día. Según ...

  11. La hipotermia como alternativa terapéutica en el manejo del estatus epiléptico en caninos

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    Giraldo Villegas, Juan Carlos; Meneses Córdoba, Fernando; Gutiérrez Gómez, Claudia Marcela

    2012-01-01

    Las enfermedades que tienen como origen el sistema nervioso central, presentan un reto para el clínico especialista en pequeños animales. En este artículo se muestra la hipotermia (bajos  niveles de temperatura externos al paciente) como una alternativa en el manejo del estatus  epiléptico, el cual es un problema neurológico de alto impacto en la clínica cotidiana y se  manifiesta con la presencia de eventos epilépticos continuos, en los cuales el paciente no recupera su conciencia entre epis...

  12. La oclusión dentaria en interacción con la postura corporal

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    José Miguel Montero Parrilla

    Full Text Available Introducción: en décadas recientes se ha sugerido que las alteraciones en el Sistema Estomatognático como las maloclusiones, pueden influenciar completamente la postura del cuerpo. Objetivo: identificar diversas variables oclusales según su interacción con la postura corporal. Métodos: se realizó un estudio observacional descriptivo transversal en el período comprendido entre febrero de 2011 y marzo 2012, en el cual se seleccionó una muestra de 122 estudiantes de 3er. año en la Facultad de Estomatología, de un universo de 235, sin dientes ausentes por otra causa que no sea el tratamiento ortodóncico. Se examinó la oclusión dentaria y posteriormente se realizó el examen postural. Resultados: los pacientes con la postura Tipo C, o sea con el plano escapular posterior y la cabeza en una posición más anterior, presentaron menores valores medios de resalte, espacio libre y mayor sobrepase, 2,86; 3,33; 3,40 mm respectivamente. El 40 % de los pacientes tuvo una postura Tipo B. Las interferencias oclusales en lateralidad se apreciaron en mayor medida en 66 pacientes con desequilibrio derecho de hombros y de pelvis. Conclusiones: los estudiantes con postura Tipo C, mostraron los menores valores medios de resalte, espacio libre y los que tenían la postura tipo E, el mayor sobrepase. Predominaron los pacientes con postura Tipo B y con neutroclusión. Más de la mitad de los casos con mordida cruzada presentaron un desequilibrio derecho de las pelvis.

  13. Utilidad del índice de masa corporal en pacientes con enfermedad renal crónica

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    Mª Eugenia Pons Raventos

    Full Text Available Resumen Introducción: El índice de masa corporal es un indicador que se utiliza frecuentemente para identificar el sobrepeso y la obesidad en los adultos. En la población con enfermedad renal crónica, estudios de observación han reportado resultados contradictorios acerca de la asociación entre la obesidad y la mortalidad. También, diferentes autores, han observado como aquellos que presentan un índice de masa corporal elevado, demuestran un mejor estado nutricional. Objetivo: Analizar el índice de una masa corporal de los pacientes en hemodiálisis y su relación con las complicaciones. Material y Método: Estudio observacional, analítico y longitudinal. La muestra estuvo compuesta por 170 pacientes prevalentes en tratamiento con hemodiálisis o hemodiafiltración online. Se calculó el índice de masa corporal en base al peso real y la talla del paciente en el momento de la recogida de datos. Se registraron los pacientes que causaron éxitus durante el periodo de seguimiento. Resultados: Los pacientes fallecidos presentaban un índice de masa corporal menor, aunque las diferencias no resultaron estadísticamente significativas. Los pacientes que cumplieron el objetivo de índice de masa corporal, presentaron también mayores niveles de sobrehidratación, un menor índice de tejido graso, menores niveles de transferrina en sangre, un mayor Kt/ve y un mayor número de meses en terapia renal sustitutiva. Conclusiones: Un índice de masa corporal = 25 kg/m² no se asoció en nuestro caso con una mayor mortalidad, aunque si se observa una tendencia en los datos en ese sentido. Los pacientes con un índice de masa corporal = 25 kg/m2presentaban un mejor estado nutricional.

  14. TERMOMETRIA TIMPÂNICA E TEMPORAL NA AVALIAÇÃO DA HIPOTERMIA NO INTRAOPERATÓRIO DE CIRURGIA ABDOMINAL EM ADULTOS

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    Rutes de Fatima Terres Danczuk; Eliane Regina Pereira do Nascimento; Patrícia Madalena Vieira Hermida; Luciana Bihain Hagemann; Katia Cilene Godinho Bertoncello; Walnice Jung

    2016-01-01

    Objetivo: analizar la asociación entre las características sociodemográficas, clínicas, operatorias y ambientales con la ocurrencia de hipotermia medida por medio de termómetros timpánicos y temporales, en pacientes adultos en el trans-operatorio sometidos a cirugías abdominales electivas con exposición visceral. Métodos: estudio observacional, prospectivo, cuantitativo, correlacional. Los datos fueron recolectados mediante instrumento estructurado conteniendo las variables: edad; Índice...

  15. Ondas J de Osborn en hipotermia: Presentación de un caso poco frecuente en el trópico Osborn waves in hypothermia: One rare case in the tropic

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    Eduardo Ramírez

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available En 1953, el Doctor John Osborn describió la onda J en el electrocardiograma. La hipotermia (temperatura corporal menor a 35 grados centígrados inicialmente se asocia a taquicardia sinusal, pero con temperaturas menores a 32,2 grados centígrados se inicia la bradicardia sinusal, asociada a prolongación progresiva del intervalo PR, el complejo QRS y el intervalo QTc. De otra parte, a temperaturas por debajo de 30 grados centígrados, 80% de los pacientes presenta ondas J o de Osborn, que consisten en una deflexión extra, al final del QRS, la cual se observa mejor en las derivaciones inferiores y laterales. Empeora a medida que la temperatura desciende y mejora en el momento en que al paciente se le incrementa su temperatura corporal. Este fenómeno no es raro en países con estaciones, pero en el trópico no es un hallazgo frecuente.Dr. John Osborn described J wave in the electrocardiogram 1953. Hypothermia (body temperature < 35°C is initially associated with sinus tachycardia, but with temperatures < 32.2°C, sinus bradycardia associated to progressive prolongation of PR interval, QRS complex and QTc interval, appears. Otherwise, at temperatures below 30°C, 80% patients present J or Osborn waves consisting of an extra deflection at the end of QRS, best depicted in inferior and lateral leads. They become more prominent as the temperature drops and gradually disappear with re-warming. This phenomenon is not rare in countries with 4 seasons but is not common in the tropics.

  16. Trastornos temporomandibulares y su interacción con la postura corporal

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    José Miguel Montero Parrilla

    Full Text Available Introducción: en los últimos años se ha sugerido que los trastornos temporomandibulares pueden estar influenciados por la postura corporal. Objetivo: caracterizar los trastornos temporomandibulares basados en su interacción con las variables posturales. Métodos: se realizó un estudio observacional descriptivo y transversal en el período comprendido entre febrero de 2011 y marzo 2012, en el cual a 122 estudiantes de 3er. año de la Facultad de Estomatología, se les realizó el examen clínico en dos momentos, primero se examinó la oclusión dentaria y posteriormente se realizó el examen postural. Se aplicó el Test de Krogh-Paulsen para diagnosticar trastornos temporomandibulares. Resultados: independientemente del tipo postural, los principales signos y síntomas encontrados fueron las irregularidades en abertura y cierre y los sonidos articulares, presentes en el 45,1 % y 31,2 % respectivamente. El 40,2 % de los estudiantes tuvo una postura del tipo B, seguida por la postura del tipo D, encontradas en el 29,5 % de los casos. Solo 36 de los estudiantes estaban sanos. El desequilibrio derecho de pelvis fue el más observado, presente en el 48,4 % de la muestra. Conclusiones: para todas las posibles clasificaciones del test de Krogh-Paulsen predominaron los pacientes con desequilibrio derecho de pelvis. Los pacientes con chasquidos de la articulación temporomandibular tenían las pelvis y los hombros desequilibrados en el mismo sentido, pero contrario al lugar donde aparecía el signo. No se evidencia una marcada relación entre las alteraciones posturales y los trastornos temporomandibulares.

  17. Warmed intravenous infusion for controlling intraoperative hypothermia Infusión venosa calentada en el control de la hipotermia durante el período intraoperatorio Infusão venosa aquecida no controle da hipotermia no período intraoperatório

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    Ana Lúcia De Mattia

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: to verify the effectiveness of warmed intravenous infusion for hypothermia prevention in patients during the intraoperative period. METHOD: experimental, comparative, field, prospective and quantitative study undertaken at a federal public hospital. The sample was composed of 60 adults, included based on the criteria of axillary temperature between 36ºC and 37.1ºC and surgical abdominal access, divided into control and experimental groups, using the systematic probability sampling technique. RESULTS: 22 patients (73.4% from both groups left the operating room with hypothermia, that is, with temperatures below 36ºC (p=1.0000. The operating room temperature when patients arrived and patients' temperature when they arrived at the operating room were statistically significant to affect the occurrence of hypothermia. CONCLUSION: the planning and implementation of nursing interventions carried out by baccalaureate nurses are essential for preventing hypothermia and maintaining perioperative normothermia. OBJETIVO: verificar la eficacia de la intervención de infusión venosa calentada en la prevención de la hipotermia en pacientes en el período intraoperatorio. MÉTODO: estudio experimental, comparativo, de campo, prospectivo y cuantitativo, en un hospital público federal. La muestra abarcó a 60 adultos, que tuvieron como uno de los criterios de inclusión la temperatura axilar entre 36ºC y 37,1ºC y acceso quirúrgico abdominal, divididos en grupos control y experimental, compuestos utilizándose la técnica de muestreo probabilístico sistemático. RESULTADOS: en los 2 grupos, 22 pacientes (73,4% salieron del quirófano con hipotermia, o sea, temperatura inferior a 36ºC (p=1,0000. La temperatura del quirófano cuando de la entrada del paciente y la temperatura del paciente cuando de la entrada en el quirófano fueron estadísticamente significativas para influir en la ocurrencia de hipotermia. CONCLUSÍON: la planificación e

  18. Hipotermia no período peri-operatório

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    Biazzotto Camila B.

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available JUSTIFICATIVA E OBJETIVOS: A hipotermia ocorre freqüentemente durante o período peri-operatório, sendo, porém, raramente diagnosticada e tratada. A hipotermia pode ser benéfica ou prejudicial ao paciente dependendo da situação e do procedimento específicos. Este artigo teve como objetivo realizar uma revisão da literatura sobre as indicações e complicações da hipotermia, assim como seu diagnóstico, prevenção e tratamento. CONTEÚDO: São apresentadas as principais causas e complicações da hipotermia peri-operatória, bem como os seus benefícios. CONCLUSÕES: A hipotermia pode ocorrer durante o ato anestésico-cirúrgico devido à inibição direta da termorregulação pelos anestésicos, à diminuição do metabolismo e à perda de calor para o ambiente frio das salas cirúrgicas, mesmo com a utilização de aquecimento ativo. Quando ocorre de forma inadvertida, pode estar associada a numerosas complicações, mas, quando bem indicada, pode proteger órgãos vitais, como o sistema nervoso central e o miocárdio. A manutenção da normotermia reduz os efeitos indesejáveis da hipotermia, sendo a prevenção através do aquecimento, o método mais efetivo. Estratégias de aquecimento ativo ou passivo devem ser empregadas e os tremores musculares devem ser adequadamente tratados, prevenindo desconforto e o aumento da demanda metabólica.

  19. Variables nutricias asociadas con la ansiedad y la autopercepción corporal en niñas y niños mexicanos de acuerdo con la presencia de sobrepeso/obesidad

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    Escalante-Izeta, Ericka Ileana; Haua-Navarro, Karime; Moreno-Landa, Luz Irene; Pérez-Lizaur, Ana Bertha

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    Resumen: INTRODUCCIÓN: La obesidad infantil se ha asociado con la ingesta de alimentos densamente energéticos, con el sedentarismo y con indicadores de salud mental como la ansiedad manifiesta y la percepción de la imagen corporal. En México no se ha reportado la relación entre dichas variables en población infantil. OBJETIVO: Evaluar la auto-percepción corporal y el riesgo de ansiedad, de acuerdo con la presencia de sobrepeso u obesidad, controlando las variables dietéticas y los hábitos d...

  20. Factors associated to the development of hypothermia in the intraoperative period Factores relacionados al desarrollo de hipotermia en el período intraoperatorio Fatores relacionados ao desenvolvimento de hipotermia no período intra-operatório

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    Vanessa de Brito Poveda

    2009-04-01

    Full Text Available This study aimed to assess factors associated to body temperature changes intraoperatively in patients undergoing elective surgery. A prospective study including 70 patients was carried out in a charity hospital. A data collection instrument was developed and its face and content validity was established. The variables measured were operating room temperature and humidity and patient body temperature at different times. In the multivariate linear regression, the variables type of anesthesia, duration of anesthesia, body mass index, and operating room temperature were directly associated to mean body temperature. Nurses are responsible for planning and implementing effective interventions that can contribute to minimize costs and most importantly reduce hypothermia complications.La investigación tuvo como objetivo analizar los factores relacionados a las alteraciones de la temperatura corporal del paciente sometido a cirugía electiva en el período intraoperatorio. Para esto, se realizó un estudio de correlación, prospectivo, en un hospital filantrópico. Fue elaborado un instrumento y sometido a validación aparente y de contenido, el cual fue utilizado para recolectar datos de 70 pacientes. La temperatura y humedad de la sala de operación y la temperatura corporal del paciente, en diferentes momentos, fueron las variables mensuradas. En la regresión linear multivariada, las variables: tipo de anestesia, duración de la anestesia, índice de masa corporal y temperatura de la sala de operación estaban directamente relacionadas a la temperatura corporal promedio de los sujetos investigados. Es el enfermero quien debe planificar e implementar intervenciones efectivas que contribuyan para minimizar los costos y principalmente reducir las complicaciones asociadas a la hipotermia.A pesquisa teve como objetivo analisar os fatores relacionados às alterações da temperatura corporal do paciente submetido à cirurgia eletiva no período intra

  1. Hipotermia em pacientes no período perioperatório

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    Ana Lúcia De Mattia

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo deste estudo foi identificar os fatores que desencadeiam a hipotermia em pacientes em sala de operação e as manifestações em sala de recuperação anestésica. O estudo foi realizado em um hospital de grande porte da rede mista da cidade de Santos. A coleta de dados foi realizada em 30 pacientes adultos, com temperatura corpórea entre de 36ºC e 37,2ºC na entrada da sala de operações com procedimentos cirúrgicos eletivos e anestesia geral. Os resultados demonstraram que os métodos preventivos de hipotermia mais utilizados foram a infusão venosa aquecida e a manta térmica. Na saída da sala de operação e até 30 minutos na sala de recuperação anestésica, os pacientes permaneceram hipotérmicos. As manifestações de hipotermia foram demonstradas pela hipoxemia e por tremores. Neste estudo, evidenciou-se que a hipotermia no paciente é desencadeada na sala de operação pela falta de medidas preventivas adequadas, acarretando complicações em período de recuperação anestésica.

  2. Papel neuroprotector da hipotermia terapêutica pós paragem cardio-respiratória

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    Ana Abreu; Ana Duque; Carolina Paulino; João Brito; Joana Silvestre; João Gonçalves-Pereira; Vítor Mendes; Camila Tapadinhas; Pedro Póvoa

    2011-01-01

    OBJECTIVOS: A hipotermia terapêutica demonstrou ter efeitos neuro e cardioprotectores, com melhoria da sobrevida e redução das sequelas neurológicas em doentes vítimas de paragem cardio-respiratória. O objectivo deste estudo foi avaliar a evolução dos doentes submetidos a hipotermia terapêutica após paragem cardio-respiratória. MÉTODOS: Estudo prospectivo observacional dos doentes submetidos a hipotermia terapêutica após paragem cardio-respiratória numa unidade de cuidados intensivos polivale...

  3. Porcentaje de grasa corporal en escolares y su asociación con el estilo de vida y macronutrientes

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    Eloína Ruiz Sánchez

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: Identificar la asociación entre los estilos de vida, el consumo de macronutrientes  y el porcentaje de grasa corporal en escolares, y comparar por estado de peso. Materiales y Métodos: Corte transversal analítico en escolares de la ciudad de Durango a quienes se les midió antropometría, presión arterial, antecedentes familiares, estilos de vida y consumo de macronutrientes. El análisis de datos  fue descriptivo, se obtuvieron medidas de tendencia central de las variables cuantitativas que mostraron una distribución normal. Las variables cualitativas se describen con valores relativos. Se realzó análisis comparativo por estado de peso. Se respetaron aspectos éticos según la reglamentación vigente. Resultados: La edad promedio 9.1 años, índice de masa corporal promedio 17.8 kg/m2, porcentaje de grasa corporal promedio 20%. El 38.7%  de los escolares presentó sobrepeso u obesidad. La presión sistólica y diastólica promedio fue 93/60mmHg. Niños con sobrepeso y obesidad más riesgo de cifras de presión sistólica y diastólica alteradas. Estilos de vida y consumo de macronutrientes mostraron promedio de 64.1 y 39.5 y no influyeron en el porcentaje de grasa corporal. Discusión y Conclusiones: Los resultados sugieren incluir el uso de mediciones mas objetivas de los estilos de vida, y resaltan la importancia de abordar eficientemente la problemática del sobrepeso y obesidad y disminuir riesgo de desarrollar enfermedades crónicas a temprana edad.Cómo citar este artículo: Ruiz E, Bañuelos Y, Bañuelos P, Álvarez A, Valles MM, Domínguez CJ. Porcentaje de grasa corporal en escolares y su asociación con el estilo de vida y macronutrientes. Rev Cuid. 2015; 6(2: 1022-8. http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.v6i2.150

  4. Eficacia de la limpieza corporal con clorhexidina en prevenir la sepsis neonatal en cuidado intensivo revisión sistemática

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    Ortegón Parra, Lizeth; Troncoso Moreno, Gloria Amparo; Corrales Cobos, Ivohne Fernanda; Cortes Luna, Jorge Alberto; Morón Duarte, Lina Sofía

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    ANTECEDENTES. La mortalidad neonatal se debe principalmente a procesos infecciosos y a prematurez. Se ha sugerido que el lavado corporal total con clorhexidina podría reducir la mortalidad neonatal relacionada con infección. No existen revisiones sistemáticas que exploren la eficacia de esta intervención. Objetivo. Evaluar la eficacia y seguridad de la limpieza corporal total con clorhexidina en la prevención de las infecciones asociadas al cuidado de la salud en neonatos de alto riesgo ho...

  5. Distorsión de la Percepción Corporal en Pacientes con Anorexia Nerviosa de Inicio Temprano vs. Tardío

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    María Yolanda Vellisca González; Santos Orejudo Hernández; José Ignacio Latorre Marín

    2012-01-01

    La anorexia nerviosa, como trastorno de la conducta alimentaria, está asociada a una elevada preocupación por el peso, a ideas sobrevaloradas respecto a la delgadez, a una alteración de la imagen corporal y a un miedo excesivo a engordar. En este trabajo estudiamos las diferencias en la distorsión de la percepción corporal en pacientes con anorexia nerviosa de inicio temprano vs. tardío mediante el Cuestionario de la forma corporal (Body Shape Questionnaire) de Cooper, Taylor, Cooper y Fairbu...

  6. Hypothermia control in elderly surgical patients in the intraoperative period: evaluation of two nursing interventions Control de la hipotermia de pacientes quirúrgicos ancianos en el intraoperatorio: evaluación de dos intervenciones de enfermería Controle da hipotermia de pacientes cirúrgicos idosos no intraoperatório: avaliação de duas intervenções de enfermagem

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    Cibele Cristina Tramontini

    2007-08-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the efficacy of two different nursing interventions regarding control of body heat loss, using blankets during the intraoperative period of elderly patients. METHODS: This was an experimental, comparative, applied, longitudinal prospective study with a quantitative approach. Eighty-one elderly patients undergoing elective surgery with a surgical time frame of at least one hour were selected by systematic probability sampling into two Experimental and one Control Group. Informed consent was obtained from participants. Data was collected by biophysiological measurement, using a tympanic thermometer. RESULTS: After the homogeneity of variables - gender, surgical duration, age, BMR, anesthesia, room humidity and temperature, drugs and liquid infusion- had been demonstrated, the interventions were confronted. Incidence of hypothermia (59.3% and body heat loss (E1=-0.6ºC , E2=-0.6oC and C=-0.7ºC were not significantly different between the groups (p=0.85 and p=0.7 respectively. CONCLUSIONS: Results show the need for associated extra body warming methods to maintain normothermia.OBJETIVO: Verificar la eficacia de dos intervenciones de enfermería en el control de la pérdida de temperatura corporal, utilizando mantas, en el intraoperatorio de pacientes quirúrgicos ancianos. MÉTODO: La investigación fue experimental, comparativa, de campo, aplicada, longitudinal prospectiva, con aproximación cuantitativa. Ochenta y uno ancianos, bajo cirugía electiva, con tiempo quirúrgico mínimo de una hora, fueron divididos a través de muestra probabilística, sistemática en dos grupos experimentales y un control. Los datos fueron recolectados por medida biofisiológica, a través de termómetro timpánico. RESULTADOS: Tras demostrar la homogeneidad de las variables: sexo, porte quirúrgico, edad, IMC, anestesia, temperatura y humedad ambiente, drogas e infusión líquida, las intervenciones fueron comparadas entre si. La incidencia

  7. Controle ácido-básico na hipotermia The acid-base management in hypothermia

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    Walter José Gomes

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    Full Text Available O emprego da hipotermia profunda tem se constituído, atualmente, numa Importante estratégia para melhoria da qualidade técnica e resultados em cirurgia cardiovascular. A hipotermia reduz os danos teciduais induzidos pela isquemia por diminuir o metabolismo e preservar os fosfatos energéticos. A regulação do pH tecidual durante a hipotermia é fundamental para a manutenção da homeostasia celular, já que a hipotermia induz alterações desse pH pela mudança provocada na constante de dissociação da água. A questão do melhor manuseio dos gases sangüíneos durante a hipotermia induzida tem sido objeto de controvérsia. Duas abordagens têm sido preconizadas para o manejo das alterações iónicas durante a hipotermia. A regulção pH-stat envolve a manutenção do pH constante de 7,40 em todas as temperaturas com ajustes da PaCO2 e a regulação α-stat permite a variação do pH sangüíneo, que aumenta conforme a diminuição da temperatura e o conteúdo total corpóreo de CO2 é mantido constante. Nesta presente revisão a relação entre pH sangüíneo e intracelular e as alterações iónicas induzidas pela hipotermia são discutidas.Deep hypothermia is a usefull tool to improve technical results in cardiovascular surgery and is nowadays the major strategy used to reduce ischemic injury. Hypothermia reduces metabolism and preserves cellular stores of high-energy phosphates. The regulation of tissue pH during hypothermia is important for cellular homeostasis. Furthermore, hypothermia has important effects on pH by altering the dissociation constant of water and various metabolics intermediates and the question of optimal blood gas management during deliberate hypothermia has been subject of much controversy. Two approaches have been advocated for pH management during hypothermia, the first termed pH strategy, where blood pH is maintained constant at 7,40 at all temperatures with PaCO2 adjustment, and in the second type of

  8. Relación entre la satisfación con la imagen corporal autoconcepto físico, índice de masa corporal y factores socioculturales en mujeres adolescentes costarricenses

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    Laura García Fernández

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available El propósito del estudio fue analizar la relación entre la satisfacción con la imagen corporal (IC con el autoconcepto físico (AF, el índice de masa corporal (IMC y factores sociales, en una muestra de 99 mujeres (15,85 ñ0,98 años de edad e IMC de 21,62ñ3,09 kg/m2. Se utilizó: la escala de Stunkard y cols. (1983 para establecer la satisfacción con la IC; el cuestionario de Marsh y Southerlan (1994 para medir el AF general y sus dimensiones y otro cuestionario elaborado para esta investigación, donde se recopiló datos personales, sociales e indicadores de la composición corporal para el cálculo del IMC. Los resultados mostraron que el grupo de adolescentes satisfechas con su IC reportaron un puntaje promedio mayor en apariencia física pero menor en el AF general en comparación con las insatisfechas. Se encontró relación significativamente negativa entre IMC y la apariencia física. Por lo tanto se concluye que la muestra en estudio basa la satisfacción de su IC en relación con indicadores corporales como el peso, de manera que a menor peso más satisfechas están con su apariencia física e IC, por lo tanto, se le debe dar una orientación adecuada a esta muestra de sujetos para evitar que puedan caer en algún tipo de trastorno de alimentación, como método drástico para la reducción de peso.

  9. Composición y equilibrio corporal de personas con discapacidad intelectual: estudio descriptivo. [Body composition and body balance in people with intellectual disabilities: a descriptive study].

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    Ruth Cabeza-Ruiz

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: Evaluar la composición corporal y el equilibrio corporal de adultos con discapacidad intelectual. Métodos: Estudio transversal descriptivo y comparación de resultados con valores de referencia presentados en población sin discapacidad. La muestra estuvo compuesta por 86 hombres y 36 mujeres con discapacidad intelectual con edades comprendidas entre los 21 y los 60 años. Se evaluaron el equilibrio estático, dinámico y la composición corporal mediante las pruebas del Alpha-Fit Test Battery for Adults. Resultados: Los resultados obtenidos por los participantes fueron comparados con valores de referencia de personas sin discapacidad y se muestran como media y desviación típica para diferentes grupos de edad. Los análisis descriptivos mostraron que las personas con discapacidad obtuvieron resultados relacionados con un alto riesgo de enfermedad cardiovascular en relación a la composición corporal, presentando la mayoría de ellos sobrepeso y valores elevados de circunferencia de cintura. En relación al equilibrio, tanto en posiciones estáticas como dinámicas, los participantes presentaron resultados vinculados a una baja condición física. Conclusiones: La composición corporal y la capacidad de equilibrio de las personas con discapacidad intelectual evaluadas en el presente estudio son comparables a la de adultos mayores sin discapacidad de referencia. Abstract Purpose: To assess body composition and body balance, both static and dynamic, of adults with intellectual disabilities. Methods: A cross sectional descriptive study was used. 86 men and 36 women with intellectual disabilities participated in the study (21-60 years old. The Alpha-Fit Test Battery for Adults was used to evaluate dynamic and static balance and body composition. Results: Results were compared to published reference values from people without disabilities. Results are showed as mean and standard deviation for each age group. Body composition variables

  10. Estilo de afrontamiento, optimismo disposicional, depresión, imagen corporal, imc, y riesgo de tca como predictores de calidad de vida relacionada con la salud

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    Londoño, Constanza; UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE COLOMBIA; Velasco, Ruth; UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE COLOMBIA

    2015-01-01

    Esta investigación tenía como objetivo determinar si el estilo de afrontamiento, el optimismo disposicional, la depresión, la imagen corporal, el riesgo de padecer un trastorno de conducta alimentaria, el índice de masa corporal y la edad, en interacción, predicen la calidad de vida relacionada con la salud en una muestra de 411 personas de 15 a 70 años. Se utilizó el Cuestionario de Estilos de Afrontamiento, el Cuestionario de optimismo disposicional, el Cuestionario Beck de depresión segund...

  11. Estilo de afrontamiento, optimismo disposicional, depresión, imagen corporal, IMC, y riesgo de TCA como predictores de calidad de vida relacionada con la salud

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    Londoño Pérez, Constanza; Velasco Salamanca, Marcela

    2015-01-01

    Esta investigación tenía como objetivo determinar si el estilo de afrontamiento, el optimismo disposicional, la depresión, la imagen corporal, el riesgo de padecer un trastorno de conducta alimentaria, el índice de masa corporal y la edad, en interacción, predicen la calidad de vida relacionada con la salud en una muestra de 411 personas de 15 a 70 años. Se utilizó el Cuestionario de Estilos de Afrontamiento, el Cuestionario de optimismo disposicional, el Cuestionario Beck de depresión segund...

  12. Conductas alimentarias de riesgo y su relación con la imagen corporal en estudiantes de enfermería

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    María del Pilar Ureña Molina

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: determinar la relación entre las conductas alimentarias de riesgo y la imagen corporal en los estudiantes de enfermería durante el primer semestre del año 2015. Materiales y Métodos: estudio de tipo cuantitativo, correlacional. Se utilizaron como instrumentos, el Test de Imagen Corporal - Cuestionario Body Shape Questionnaire y el Test De Actitudes Alimentarias - 26. La muestra estuvo conformada por 181 estudiantes. Resultados: la mayor proporción de estudiantes pertenecen al género femenino, las edades fluctuaron entre los 16 a 28 años, predominando el estado civil soltero, pertenecientes a un estrato socioeconómico bajo (1 -2 y conviven con sus padres. El 63% obtuvo un estado nutricional normal, la mayor parte de ellos no presentaron conductas alimentarias de Riesgo (94% y se encontraban satisfechos con su imagen corporal (91%. Se estableció una relación estadísticamente significativa entre las conductas alimentarias de riesgo y la imagen corporal. Conclusiones: los estudiantes de enfermería, en su mayoría, no presentaron conductas alimentarias de riesgo, es decir, no realizan prácticas extremas para el control de su peso corporal y los que la presentaron, pueden tener afectaciones en su desempeño académico, las relaciones interpersonales y la calidad de vida. Así mismo, la mayoría de ellos mostraron una apreciación satisfactoria de su imagen corporal y un pequeño porcentaje, estuvo insatisfecho, reflejando diversos desórdenes de tipo conductual, cognitivo y emocional. Se determinó que la integridad de la imagen corporal disminuye la presencia de conductas alimentarias de riesgo.

  13. El concepto de esquema corporal en niñas y niños con y sin necesidades educativas especiales, de preescolar, segundo y cuarto grado

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    Zulay Pereira-Pérez

    2006-06-01

    Full Text Available La investigación realizada acerca del concepto de esquema corporal de niñas y niños con y sin necesidades educativas especiales (nee de preescolar, segundo y cuarto grados, proporciona información relevante sobre la construcción de este concepto. La mayor parte de las y los estudiantes con necesidades educativas especiales, de los tres niveles educativos, expresan conceptos de cuerpo relacionados con las características y las cualidades corporales, aunque algunos también refieren a habilidades corporales. Es importante resaltar que estos conceptos no presentan diferencias sustanciales con los expresados por las y los estudiantes sin necesidades educativas. El número de partes del cuerpo mencionadas aumenta a medida que lo hace el nivel educativo y se ve reflejado en las representaciones gráficas de sus cuerpos. No obstante, la mayoría de las y los estudiantes con necesidades educativas especiales presentaron mayor dificultad en la ubicación de partes del cuerpo con su respectiva lateralidad. Conforme aumenta a nivel educativo, se identifica que las y los estudiantes con necesidades educativas especiales asumen las labores domésticas y expresan tener mayor dificultad para las actividades escolares. Asimismo, indican que sienten malestar cuando las personas importantes de su entorno les dicen cosas relacionadas con su cuerpo. No obstante, la mayoría de las y los estudiantes con y sin necesidades educativas especiales expresan percepciones positivas relacionadas con su cuerpo y tienen un sentimiento de respeto por sí mismas(os. Por lo anterior, se recomienda que en los procesos educativos se tomen en consideración los conocimientos previos de las y los estudiantes y se enfatice en la enseñanza de aspectos no solo referidos a conocimientos del cuerpo, sino relacionados con la imagen corporal. Es valiosa la aplicación de actividades didácticas que permitan la vivencia y construcción de los conceptos estudiados, para prevenir los

  14. Imagen corporal y autoestima en mujeres con cáncer de mama participantes en un programa de intervención psicosocial

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    Julia Sebastián

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available En el tema del cáncer de mama, uno de los aspectos que ha suscitado mayor interés se refiere a la adaptación a los cambios en la imagen corporal que su tratamiento conlleva. Los objetivos que persigue nuestro trabajo se refieren a varios aspectos relacionados con la imagen corporal y la autoestima, como son: a comprobar la eficacia de un programa de intervención psicosocial que incide sobre la mejora de la imagen corporal y la autoestima, comparando dos grupos de intervención y control en cada uno de los momentos pretratamiento, post-tratamiento y seguimiento y b analizar la influencia de las variables socioeconómicas y médicas (tipo de cirugía y tipo de tratamiento en la imagen corporal y la autoestima. Los resultados muestran que para la imagen corporal, el grupo de intervención obtiene puntuaciones más elevadas que el grupo control en el postratamiento y seguimiento, mientras que para la autoestima, las diferencias sólo se dan en el seguimiento y aparece la relevancia de la variable tiempo transcurrido. Ninguna de las variables sociodemográficas fue significativa. En cuanto al tipo de cirugía, las mujeres tumorectomizadas tuvieron una mejor imagen corporal que las mastectomizadas.

  15. Imagen corporal, funcionamiento sexual y autoestima en mujeres brasileñas con un Índice de Masa Corporal (IMC) elevado

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    Santos Silva, Ajurymar; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Psicologia Clínica i de la Salut

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    En la sociedad brasileña, el `culto al cuerpo` es una práctica común y diseminada entre las mujeres. El objetivo general de la investigación es analizar si las puntuaciones del Índice de Masa Corporal (IMC), de mujeres brasileñas, interfieren en los niveles de satisfacción corporal (imagen corporal), funcionamiento sexual y autoestima. El diseño fue cuantitativo, y se han empleado cuatro instrumentos distintos, en una muestra de 102 mujeres brasileñas. Los cuestionarios utilizados fueron: un ...

  16. Análisis de las modificaciones en el índice de masa corporal en un grupo de pacientes con obesidad y mayores de edad

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    ALBA MARTIN, RAQUEL; HOSPITAL REINA SOFÍA CORDOBA-ESPAÑA; SALCEDA GARCÍA, JUAN LUÍS

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    Objetivo: Analizar los cambios en el índice de masa corporal (IMC) en un grupo de pacientes obesos tras una intervención enfermera basada en promover cambios en su estilo de vida, mediante dieta hipocalórica, ejercicio físico y terapia conductual.Método: Estudio cuasi experimental con un muestreo no probabilístico de 32 pacientes cuyos criterios de inclusión fueron pacientes sanos, con autonomía para las actividades de la vida diaria y sin demencia senil. La intervención se fundamentó en una ...

  17. DESARROLLO PROGRESIVO DE ONDA J GIGANTE Y PROLONGACIÓN EXTREMA DEL INTERVALO QT EN LA HIPOTERMIA INDUCIDA / Progressive development of giant J wave and extreme prolongation of QT interval in induced hypothermia

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    Yaniel Castro Torres

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: La aparición de ondas J es el suceso más común observado en el electrocardiograma de un paciente con hipotermia. Se presenta el caso de un hombre de 47 años, que le fue inducido un paro cardíaco mediante hipotermia para una cirugía cardíaca. En el trazo electrocardiográfico se evidencia el desarrollo progresivo de una onda J exuberante. Estas ondas pueden simular un infarto agudo de miocardio y se consideran una variable predictora de arritmogénesis. / Abstract: The appearance of J waves is the most common event observed in the electrocardiogram of a patient with hypothermia. We report the case of 47 years-old man, who underwent cardiac arrest using hypothermia for cardiac surgery. In the electrocardiographic tracing the progressive development of giant J waves is evident. These waves can mimic acute myocardial infarction and are considered a predictor of arrhythmogenesis.

  18. Conhecimento sobre hipotermia dos profissionais de Enfermagem do Centro Cirúrgico

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    Isabel Yovana Quispe Mendoza

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Objetivou-se identificar a diferença no conhecimento sobre hipotermia do auxiliar de enfermagem após a intervenção educativa. A base conceitual de educação fundamenta-se na perspectiva da aprendizagem significativa, aliada à construção de mapa conceitual e à realização de estudo de caso. Os dados foram coletados por meio de um questionário validado por especialistas. A média do conhecimento após a intervenção educativa teve aumento de 3,49 pontos. Não se verificou diferença significativa do conhecimento quando foi relacionado às variáveis sociais e de formação estudadas. Conclui-se que a intervenção educativa foi satisfatória na medida em que as informações sobre hipotermia foram ancoradas e modificadas na estrutura cognitiva dos auxiliares de enfermagem.

  19. Hipotermia acidental em um país tropical Accidental hypothermia cases in a tropical country

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    Valdir Golin

    2003-09-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVOS: Estudar a presença, forma de apresentação e as conseqüências da hipotermia em nosso meio. MÉTODOS: Estudo prospectivo em hipotérmicos atendidos no Serviço de Emergência de Clínica Médica da Santa Casa de São Paulo, com 212 pacientes com hipotermia leve, moderada e grave, entre 1987 a 2001, a maioria constituída por alcoólatras crônicos e moradores de rua. Foram analisados os resultados quanto ao sexo, faixa etária, temperatura central, eletrocardiograma, comorbidades e mortalidade. RESULTADOS: A hipotermia predominou no sexo masculino em 75,9%. Quanto à faixa etária prevaleceu a idade entre 30 e 59 anos. Em 70,3% dos pacientes a temperatura central foi inferior a 32ºC, sendo que em 26,4% destes, a temperatura foi menor que 28ºC. A associação com quadros infecciosos ocorreu em 76,8% dos casos. Os pacientes com hipotermia leve responderam melhor à terapêutica (96,8% quando comparados com os hipotérmicos moderados (72,1% e graves (87,5%. A onda de Osborn esteve presente em 42,6% dos pacientes. A mortalidade geral foi de 38,2%. CONCLUSÕES: A hipotermia acidental em serviços de emergência de país tropical é fato inegável. O socorrista deve estar atento e treinado para o reconhecimento desta doença de alta morbidade e mortalidade. A mortalidade aumenta com a presença de doenças associadas, particularmente processos infecciosos, desnutrição e alcoolismo crônico.OBJECTIVE: This paper has by objective to study the hypothermia's presence, presentation form and consequences in our environment. METHODS: A prospective study in hypothermic patients assisted in the Medical Clinic Emergency Service of Santa Casa of São Paulo, with 212 patients with mild, moderate and serious hypothermia from 1987 to 2001, the most part of them constituted by chronic alcoholics and homeless. The results were analyzed in reference to sex, age group, central temperature, electrocardiogram, co-morbidity and mortality. RESULTS: The

  20. Estudo da hipotermia acidental em idosos institucionalizados Study on accidental hypothermia in institutionalized elderly

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    António Palma Seman

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Analisar a prevalência, causas e evolução da hipotermia acidental em idosos institucionalizados. MÉTODOS: Estudo prospectivo realizado entre janeiro e dezembro de 2004, no Hospital Geriátrico e de Convalescentes D. Pedro II, com 483 internos. Hipotermia foi confirmada por termômetro esofágico, utilizado em todos os pacientes com temperatura axilar menor ou igual a 35ºC (95ºF. Tanto o diagnóstico etiológico quanto as complicações da hipotermia foram observados em exames clínico e subsidiários de urgência como eletrocardiograma, radiografia de tórax, hemograma, gasometria arterial, glicemia, metabólitos, amilase, função hepática e renal, sorologias para HIV, sífilis e hepatite B e urina tipo I. Foram adotadas medidas de reaquecimento entre outras do protocolo de tratamento. RESULTADOS: A prevalência de hipotermia foi de 7,2% especialmente em mulheres (65,7%, e a média de idade do grupo foi 76,4 anos. A maioria dos pacientes (77,1% apresentava elevado grau de dependência (Katz "F" e "G". Hipotermia leve foi identificada na maioria dos idosos (71,4%. A taxa de mortalidade foi de 62,8%, sendo 31,4% em vigência de hipotermia e 31,4% após sua reversão. Em 100,0% dos casos, a etiologia foi infecciosa: pneumonia em 80%, infecção urinária em 60,0%, e úlceras por pressão em 17,1%. Em 60% dos casos havia mais de um foco infeccioso. CONCLUSÃO: A hipotermia em idosos institucionalizados é uma grave condição clínica, com altos índices de mortalidade. A prevenção, o diagnóstico precoce e medidas de reaquecimento central corroboram para um melhor prognóstico.OBJECTIVE: To analyze the prevalence, causes and outcome of hypothermia in institutionalized elderly. METHODS: prospective study held from January to December, 2004 at the Hospital Geriátrico e de Convalescentes Dom Pedro II (Geriatric and Convalescent Hospital Dom Pedro II, with 483 long-term care beds. Hypothermia was diagnosed by esophageal thermometer

  1. Distorsión de la Percepción Corporal en Pacientes con Anorexia Nerviosa de Inicio Temprano vs. Tardío

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    María Yolanda Vellisca González

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available La anorexia nerviosa, como trastorno de la conducta alimentaria, está asociada a una elevada preocupación por el peso, a ideas sobrevaloradas respecto a la delgadez, a una alteración de la imagen corporal y a un miedo excesivo a engordar. En este trabajo estudiamos las diferencias en la distorsión de la percepción corporal en pacientes con anorexia nerviosa de inicio temprano vs. tardío mediante el Cuestionario de la forma corporal (Body Shape Questionnaire de Cooper, Taylor, Cooper y Fairburn (1987. La muestra clínica estaba compuesta por un total 176 pacientes diagnosticadas de anorexia nerviosa (47.1% y anorexia nerviosa atípica (52.9%. En el 21.4% de la muestra los síntomas aparecieron antes de los 14 años. El grupo de anorexia nerviosa de inicio temprano presenta una mayor distorsión de su imagen corporal que el grupo de anorexia nerviosa de inicio tardío.

  2. Relaci??n entre la insafisfacci??n con la imagen corporal, autoestima, autoconcepto f??sico y la composici??n corporal en el alumnado de segundo ciclo de Educaci??n Secundaria de la ciudad de Alicante

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    Est??vez D??az, Manuel

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    Hoy en d??a se considera probado que la actividad f??sica y la pr??ctica deportiva guardan relaci??n directa con el autoconcepto y que dicha relaci??n es bidireccional (Balaguer & Garc??a Merita, 1994; Go??i & Zulaika, 2000; Go??i, Ruiz de Az??a & Rodr??guez, 2004). Pero esta afirmaci??n tiene que ser matizada ya que tambi??n se sabe, por ejemplo, que no derivan sin m??s efectos beneficiosos de toda actividad f??sica, que se han encontrado asociaciones entre la insatisfacci??n corporal y el e...

  3. Variación diaria de la temperatura corporal en dos especies de lagartos nocturnos (Squamata, Gekkonidae, Homonota con comentarios sobre el uso de refugios

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    Cruz, Félix B.

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    Full Text Available Poco es lo que se conoce sobre la variación de la temperatura corporal de lagartos nocturnos. Se sabe que algunos lagartos nocturnos termorregulan durante el día. El tamaño corporal y el comportamiento, a su vez, pueden estar relacionados con la inercia térmica. Individuos de Homonota borelli y H. darwini fueron expuestos a tres situaciones, a refugios cálidos (la temperatura nunca fue menor a los 34 ºC, b refugios con una temperatura inferior a los 28-30 ºC, y c se les permitió escoger entre cada una de las opciones anteriores. La temperatura corporal en general y el patrón diario fueron similares en ambas especies siendo más altas durante el día. Cuando los lagartos eligieron los refugios, se observaron diferencias entre las especies, H. borelli usó más los refugios con fuente de calor en tanto que H. darwini usó refugios sin fuente de calor. El tamaño corporal y la distribución geográfica podrían estar relacionados con las diferencias observadas. Very little is known about diel variation in body temperature among nocturnal lizards. Some nocturnal lizards thermoregulate during the day, and body size plus behaviour may be related to the amount of thermal inertia. Lizards of the species Homonota borelli and H. darwini were either exposed to three different situations a a heated retreat site (never below than 34 º C, b a retreat with a temperature lower than 28-30 º C, and c where lizards were allowed to choose between a warm or a cool retreat. Body temperatures and diel pattern were similar for both species. Body temperatures were higher during the day. When lizards choose for retreats, differences were observed, H. darwini preferred cool retreats, whereas H. borelli used the warmer ones. Body size, coloration and geographic distribution may be related to the different patterns observed.

  4. Frecuencia de dislipidemias y relación con índice de masa corporal en población pediátrica entre los 10 y 18 años

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    Introducción: Las dislipidemias constituyen factor de riesgo cardiovascular presente desde la infancia; pueden estar asociadas con estilos de vida poco saludables, obesidad y factores genéticos. Objetivos: Determinar la frecuencia de dislipidemia en niños y su relación con el índice de masa corporal (IMC); determinar la relación de dislipemia con su antecdente familiar, así como con los patrones de alimentación. Métodos: De una población de 1102 escolares de 10-18 años, con ...

  5. Efectos del ejercicio aeróbico interválico, combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza y de la restricción calórica, sobre la composición corporal de ratas obesas

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    I. Coll-Risco; D. Camiletti-Moirón; D.J. Tirado; E. Nebot; A. Andrade; R. Martínez; G. Kapravelou; J.M. Porres; P. Aranda; V.A. Aparicio

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    Objetivo: Investigar los efectos de un programa de ejercicio aeróbico interválico, combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza, y de la restricción calórica, sobre el peso y la composición corporal de ratas genéticamente obesas. Método: Un total de 32 ratas genéticamente obesas fueron divididas aleatoriamente en dos grupos (n = 16) con o sin ejercicio aeróbico interválico combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza. A su vez, cada grupo, con o sin ejercicio aeróbico interválico combinado con entrenami...

  6. Efectos del ejercicio aeróbico interválico, combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza y de la restricción calórica, sobre la composición corporal de ratas obesas

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    Coll-Risco, I.; Camiletti-Moirón, D.; Tirado, D.J.; Nebot, E.; Andrade, A.; Martínez, R.; Kapravelou, G.; Porres, J.M.; Aranda, P.; Aparicio, V.A.

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    Resumen Objetivo: Investigar los efectos de un programa de ejercicio aeróbico interválico, combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza, y de la restricción calórica, sobre el peso y la composición corporal de ratas genéticamente obesas. Método: Un total de 32 ratas genéticamente obesas fueron divididas aleatoriamente en dos grupos (n = 16) con o sin ejercicio aeróbico interválico combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza. A su vez, cada grupo, con o sin ejercicio aeróbico interválico combinado con en...

  7. Repercusión del ejercicio físico en la composición corporal y la capacidad aeróbica de adultos mayores con obesidad mediante tres modelos de intervención

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    Prieto, José Antonio; Valle, Miguel Del; Nistal, Paloma; Méndez, David; Abelairas-Gómez, Cristian; Barcala-Furelos, Roberto

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    Objetivo: El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar la influencia del ejercicio aerobico en la composicion corporal y la capacidad aerobica de una muestra de adultos mayores, sedentarios y con indices de obesidad, mediante tres modelos diferentes de intervencion (recomendacion, prescripcion en el hogar y monitorizacion). Material y metodo: Participaron 76 adultos mayores con una edad media 67.1 +/- 1.2 anos, sedentarios, con un IMC > 30 kg/m² que se distribuyeron aleatoriamente en cuatro grupo...

  8. Fiabilidad en la medición de la temperatura corporal con un termómetro timpánico en pacientes geriátricos

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    Ester Villanueva Álvarez

    Full Text Available Resumen: Introducción: La determinación de la temperatura corporal ha de ser precisa, válida y confiable. Objetivos: Evaluar la fiabilidad de la medición de la temperatura corporal con un termómetro timpánico en pacientes geriátricos ingresados. Analizar la concordancia interobservador en la determinación de la temperatura, en aplicación de la técnica correcta y en práctica habitual. Identificar las variables del paciente que podrían influir en la medición de la temperatura. Metodología: Estudio observacional de pruebas diagnósticas en pacientes geriátricos ingresados por patología aguda. Se realizaron tres mediciones consecutivas de la temperatura corporal (condiciones de práctica clínica vs. condiciones ideales con dos investigadoras adiestradas. Resultados: El coeficiente de correlación intraclase (CCI entre investigadoras para el mismo oído fue 0,97 con un intervalo de confianza (0,95-0,98 para el oído derecho y (0,96-0,98 para el oído izquierdo. El CCI entre oídos para el mismo investigador tuvo una concordancia de 0,89 (IC 0,84-0,93 investigador uno y 0,92 (IC 0,87-0,94 investigador dos. Al comparar las mediciones de planta con las de las investigadoras, la concordancia fue 0,76 (IC 0,64-0,84. Hubo variación en todos los CCI al excluir “decúbito lateral sobre oído valorado” con concordancia entre oídos de 0,92 (IC 0,88-0,95 investigador uno y de 0,95 (IC 0,91-0,96 investigador dos; así como concordancia 0,72 (IC 0,56-0,82 entre el promedio de las investigadoras y las mediciones de planta. Conclusiones: El dispositivo timpánico es fiable y reproducible, especialmente si la medición se realiza según una técnica basada en evidencia científica. Existen variables del paciente susceptibles de influir en la medición, como el decúbito lateral sobre oído valorado, por lo que es necesario tener en cuenta ciertos factores y establecer criterios en la medición.

  9. Hipotermia no período intra-operatório em pacientes submetidos a cirurgias eletivas La hipotermia en el período intraoperatorio en pacientes sometidos a cirugías electivas Intraoperative hypothermia in patients undergoing elective surgery

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    Vanessa de Brito Poveda

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Analisar a temperatura corporal do paciente submetido a cirurgia eletiva no período intra-operatório. MÉTODOS: Para a coleta de dados elaborou-se um instrumento que foi submetido à validação aparente e de conteúdo e a amostra foi constituída de 70 pacientes. As variáveis mensuradas foram: temperatura e umidade da sala de cirurgia e temperatura corporal do paciente em diferentes momentos do período intra-operatório. RESULTADOS: Em relação à temperatura corporal dos pacientes observou-se que no final do procedimento anestésico-cirúrgico a média foi de 33,6º C. A temperatura média da sala na chegada dos pacientes foi de 24,6º C e na quarta hora de procedimento anestésico-cirúrgico foi de 22,4ºC. Houve correlação estatisticamente significante e positiva entre as variáveis mensuradas. CONCLUSÃO: Os resultados apontaram a necessidade de implementação de intervenções efetivas para a prevenção da hipotermia e, neste cenário, a atuação do enfermeiro é crucial para a melhoria da assistência prestada ao paciente cirúrgico.OBJETIVO: Analizar la temperatura corporal del paciente sometido a cirugía electiva en el período intra-operatorio. MÉTODOS: Para la recolección de datos se elaboró un instrumento que fue sometido a la validación aparente y de contenido. La muestra estuvo constituida por 70 pacientes. Las variables mensuradas fueron: temperatura y humedad de la sala de cirugía y temperatura corporal del paciente en diferentes momentos del período intra-operatorio. RESULTADOS: En relación a la temperatura corporal de los pacientes se observó que al final del procedimiento anestésico-quirúrgico el promedio fue de 33,6º C. La temperatura promedio de la sala a la llegada de los pacientes fue de 24,6º C y en la cuarta hora de procedimiento anestésico-quirúrgico fue de 22,4ºC. Hubo correlación estadísticamente significativa positiva entre las variables mensuradas. CONCLUSIÓN: Los resultados

  10. Hipotermia para la neuroprotección en adultos después de la reanimación cardiopulmonar

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    Jasmin Arrich

    2011-05-01

    Conclusiones de los autores: Los métodos de enfriamiento convencional para inducir la hipotermia terapéutica leve parecen mejorar la supervivencia y el estado neurológico después de un paro cardíaco. Esta revisión apoya la mejor práctica médica actual recomendada por las International Resuscitation Guidelines (Guías internacionales de reanimación.

  11. Lactancia materna y su relación con el exceso de peso corporal en adolescentes de secundaria básica Breastfeeding and its relation to corporal excess weight in secondary school adolescents

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    Eumelia Ondina Terrero

    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Introducción: el sobrepeso y la obesidad, factores de riesgo aterosclerótico, se incrementan de manera creciente en todas las edades. Las trasgresiones de la lactancia materna han sido relacionadas frecuentemente con el exceso de peso. Objetivos: contribuir al esclarecimiento de la relación entre la duración de la lactancia materna y el exceso de peso (sobrepeso y obesidad en adolescentes. Métodos: estudio observacional de casos y controles en 344 adolescentes que estudian en la Secundaria Básica Urbana "Benito Juárez" del área de salud del policlínico "Antonio Guiteras Holmes" en La Habana Vieja, realizado entre enero de 2005 y enero de 2006. A todos los estudiantes se les realizaron mediciones antropométricas de peso corporal, talla y circunferencia de cintura. El grupo control se conformó con los estudiantes normopeso. La asociación estadística entre la duración de la lactancia materna y el exceso de peso corporal se determinó mediante el cálculo de odds ratio con un nivel de significación de pIntroduction: the excess weight and obesity are atherosclerosis risks increasing in all ages. Transgressions of breastfeeding have been related frequently to excess weight. Objectives: to contribute to clearing up of relation between the length of breastfeeding and the excessive body weight (excess weight and obesity in adolescents. Methods: this is an observational study of cases and controls conducted in 344 adolescents studying in "Benito Juárez" Urban Secondary School (UBS from health area of "Antonio Guiteras Holmes" Polyclinic in Habana Vieja (January, 2005 to January, 2006. In all students we made anthropometry measurements of body weight, height and waist circumference. Control group included students with normal weight. Statistical association between breastfeeding and corporal excess weight was determined by odds ratio calculus con a 95 % accuracy. Results: it was verified the 14 % of excess weight and the 4% of obesity. The

  12. Impacto de la educación participativa en el índice de masa corporal y glicemia en individuos obesos con diabetes tipo 2

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    Cabrera-Pivaral Carlos Enrique

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    Full Text Available La obesidad eleva el riesgo de morbilidad y mortalidad y se ha relacionado con los hábitos alimentarios y estos con la educación en salud. Esta última tiene como propósito promover la participación de los enfermos en mejorar los comportamientos humanos y estilos de vida saludables y mostrar las ventajas de la educación participativa en la modificación del Índice de Masa Corporal (IMC en el diabético obeso tipo 2. Se realizó un estudio cuasi experimental con asignación aleatoria de dos grupos de pacientes diabéticos obesos. La intervención educativa-participativa se organizó mediante el proceso de reflexión-acción. Se efectuaron mediciones del IMC basal y mensuales durante los 9 meses de la intervención educativa. Los grupos fueron controlados tomando en cuenta edad y sexo. El análisis estadístico se efectuó con el estadígrafo de t de students con diferencia de media para grupos relacionados. El grupo control logra un valor promedio de IMC basal de 33.89 ± 1.96 y al final de 33.2 ± 2.15 (t: 22.4; p: 0.16, el grupo de experimento con valor inicial de 33.63 ± 2.12 y final de 31.54 ± 1.71 (t: 11.55; p = 0.003. La intervención educativa participativa contribuye a mejorar el nivel de IMC en los diabéticos obesos 2.

  13. Selguimiento del peso corporal en pacientes tratados con antipsicóticos: revisión bibliográfica

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    El tratamiento con antipsicóticos es uno de los principales factores de riesgo que más contribuye a la ganancia de peso en personas con enfermedades mentales graves. Los efectos negativos derivados del sobrepeso y la obesidad, sumados a los propios de la enfermedad, tienen como consecuencia una menor calidad y esperanza de vida en estos pacientes. El objetivo principal de este estudio es realizar una revisión bibliográfica del seguimiento de peso en pacientes tratados con antipsicóticos. ...

  14. Manifestación clínica de la composición corporal en pacientes con síndrome de ovario poliquístico

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    S.P. Arevalo Monter

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    Full Text Available El síndrome de ovario poliquístico es un trastorno endocrino-metabólico que se explica como un hiperandrogenismo femenino funcional. Asociado a ello se desencadenan diversas alteraciones sistémicas, siendo la acumulación de tejido adiposo visceral una de las más importantes. Se ha demostrado que los andrógenos y el aumento de los ácidos grasos libres, como se ve en la obesidad de tipo central, inhiben la acción hepática de insulina que resulta en el hiperinsulinismo compensatorio secundario a la resistencia a la insulina, por lo tanto, las pacientes con síndrome de ovario poliquístico presentan diversas características clínicas, hormonales y metabólicas, dependiendo de su grasa corporal y del patrón de distribución, por lo que la clasificación en subgrupos nos puede ayudar a identificar los trastornos sistémicos que puede presentar cada paciente. Uno de estos parámetros es el fenotipo otorgado por la composición corporal, el cual puede determinarse a través de impedancia por fluido eléctrico, que permite conocer las proporciones de los distintos componentes del cuerpo humano. Por esta razón, debe considerarse actualmente, como parte del seguimiento de las pacientes con síndrome de ovario poliquístico, el estudio de la composición corporal para establecer la respuesta a los tratamientos empleados en la corrección de este trastorno sistémico.

  15. Relevancia de Factores de Riesgo, Psicopatología Alimentaria, Insatisfacción Corporal y Funcionamiento Psicológico en Pacientes con TCA

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    Anna Carretero García

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: El primer objetivo del estudio es evaluar restrospectivamente, la relevancia de factores de riesgo en pacientes con Trastorno de la Conducta Alimentaria (TCA en función de la categoría diagnóstica. El segundo objetivo, es evaluar la psicopatología alimentaria, la insatisfacción corporal y el funcionamiento psicológico en cada grupo diagnóstico. Método: Se evalúa en el momento previo al tratamiento de TCA, un total de 73 pacientes con diferentes criterios diagnósticos: Bulimia Nerviosa Purgativa (BN-P; n=29, la provisional forma diagnóstica del Trastorno por Atracón (TA; n=6, el Trastorno de la Conducta Alimentaria No Especificado tipo Purgativo (TCANE-P; n=17 y el Trastorno de la Conducta Alimentaria No Especificado tipo Restrictivo (TCANE-R; n=21. Resultados: Se hallan como factores de riesgo de consistencia el antecedente de obesidad y el inicio del TCA en la adolescencia. El inicio de la menarquia en la edad temprana no resulta ser un factor de riesgo. El Índice de Masa Corporal (IMC refleja la sintomatología alimentaria de cada cuadro diagnóstico. El grupo BN-P, se caracteriza por presentar mayor severidad en la sintomatología alimentaria. La mayoría de grupos presenta larga duración de la enfermedad, dificultades en la imagen corporal, el funcionamiento psicosocial y características de personalidad. El sentimiento de ineficacia no fue una característica clínica en casos de TA. Conclusiones: El que los antecedentes de obesidad se hayan mostrado como un factor de riesgo de consistencia en los TCA es un argumento más a favor de la necesidad de su prevención. Las dificultades en el funcionamiento psicosocial encontradas en casos clínicos con TA, avalarían la necesidad de líneas de intervención de tipo más interpersonal en este tipo de pacientes.

  16. Influencia de un programa terapéutico de pérdida de peso sobre la autopercepción de la imagen corporal en adultos con discapacidad intelectual

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    Javier Ayaso Maneiro

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Algunos estudios sugieren que las personas con discapacidad intelectual (DI podrían presentar distorsiones en la autopercepción de su imagen corporal. Los objetivos de este estudio fueron investigar si la personas con DI podían identificar correctamente su imagen corporal y determinar si participar en un programa terapéutico de pérdida de peso (PTPP influenció de alguna manera esa percepción. Para ello, a lo largo de un PTPP, se realizó una comparación entre una medida objetiva (IMC y una medida subjetiva (escala de Stunkard de imagen corporal. Los resultados mostraron que los individuos con DI (n = 24 percibieron de manera errónea su imagen corporal incluso antes de la realización de cualquier programa de intervención (58%. Después de aplicar el PTPP durante diez semanas se observó una acentuación de esta distorsión (83% con respecto a los valores reales de IMC. La conclusión más importante que se puede sacar de este estudio es que las personas con DI no identifican correctamente su imagen corporal. Asimismo, la participación en PTPP tiene influencia en la imagen corporal, en el sentido de que el control de dos variables, como el ejercicio físico y la restricción calórica, causa una mayor distorsión que el control de solamente una de ellas.

  17. Hipotermia terapêutica como ponte até transplante em pacientes com falência hepática fulminante

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    Luis Castillo

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Os tópicos mais importantes na falência hepática fulminante são o edema cerebral e a hipertensão intracraniana. Dentre todas as opções terapêuticas, tem sido relatado que a hipotermia sistêmica induzida em níveis entre 33 - 34ºC reduz a elevação da pressão e aumenta o tempo durante o qual os pacientes podem tolerar um enxerto. Esta revisão discutiu as indicações e os efeitos adversos da hipotermia.

  18. Efectos del ejercicio aeróbico interválico, combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza y de la restricción calórica, sobre la composición corporal de ratas obesas

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    I. Coll-Risco

    2017-03-01

    Conclusiones: Tanto el programa de ejercicio aeróbico interválico, combinado con entrenamiento de fuerza desarrollado, como la restricción calórica, fueron eficaces, mejorando la composición corporal de ratas obesas, pero el ejercicio lo hizo en mayor magnitud.

  19. Relación del autoconcepto con la condición física y la composición corporal en una muestra de adolescentes

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    Rafael E. Reigal-Garrido

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available El propósito de este trabajo es examinar las relaciones entre el autoconcepto y diferentes variables de la condición física, así como el porcentaje de masa grasa. Han participado en el estudio 283 adolescentes de la ciudad de Málaga (España, en edades comprendidas entre los 14 y 16 años (M = 15.14; DT = .76. Se ha utilizado el Cuestionario Autoconcepto Forma 5 (AF5 para evaluar el autoconcepto multidimensional (académico, social, emocional, familiar y físico. Se ha medido el porcentaje de masa grasa corporal usando un instrumento de bioimpedancia eléctrica y el consumo máximo de oxígeno a través del test de Course Navette. Además, se ha estimado el tiempo en recorrer 50 metros lisos, la distancia alcanzada mediante salto horizontal y la amplitud de movimiento con la prueba flexión profunda de tronco. Los análisis de correlación y regresión lineal efectuados ponen de manifiesto la conexión entre las variables objeto de estudio, siendo el porcentaje de masa grasa y el consumo de oxígeno máximo aquellas que mejor se han relacionado con el autoconcepto. Además, las dimensiones física y emocional son las que han sido predichas con un mayor porcentaje de la varianza explicada.

  20. ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO DEL EFECTO DE CRANEO-ACUPUNTURA VS ACUPUNTURA CORPORAL, EN PACIENTES CON SECUELAS DE ENFERMEDAD VASCULAR CEREBRAL EN EL HOSPITAL REGIONAL DEL INSTITUTO DE SEGURIDAD SOCIAL AL SERVICIO DE LOS TRABAJADORES DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA

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    MENDEZ MENDEZ, NAZARIO CELSO

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    ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO DEL EFECTO DE LA CRANEOACUPUNTURA VS ACUPUNTURA CORPORAL, EN PACIENTES CON SECUELAS DE ENFERMEDAD VASCULAR CEREBRAL EN EL HOSPITAL REGIONAL DEL INSTITUTO DE SEGURIDAD SOCIAL AL SERVICIO DE LOS TRABAJADORES DEL ESTADO DE PUEBLA. LAS SECUELAS DE EVC SON UN PROBLEMA DE SALUD PUBLICA, CON MAYOR FRECUENCIA DE LA ISQUEMIA 81.25 POR CIENTO POR CIENTO Y EN SEGUNDO LUGAR LA HEMORRÁGICA CON EL 18.75 POR CIENTO, EL SEXO FEMENINO ES LA MAS FRECUENTE Y LA EDAD MAS AFECTADA ES DE LO...

  1. Hipotermia no período intra-operatório: é possível evitá-la?

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    Vanessa de Brito Poveda

    Full Text Available O estudo teve como objetivo identificar as medidas adotadas para a prevenção de hipotermia no período intra-operatório. Trata-se de um estudo com delineamento de pesquisa não experimental, tipo descritivo-exploratório, prospectivo. Para tal elaborou-se um instrumento de coleta de dados, o qual foi submetido à validação aparente e de conteúdo. A amostra foi constituída de 70 pacientes. A medida mais empregada na sala de operação foi o método passivo de aquecimento cutâneo como o uso de lençol de algodão (11,4% e o enfaixamento dos membros inferiores (14,3%. A utilização de um método ativo de aquecimento cutâneo ocorreu uma única vez (1,4%. Os resultados evidenciados demonstraram a necessidade de implementação de intervenções eficazes para a prevenção da hipotermia e o enfermeiro tem papel importante neste contexto, uma vez que a segurança do paciente e a redução de complicações decorrentes do procedimento anestésico cirúrgico são metas do cuidado de enfermagem.

  2. Hipotermia no período intra-operatório: é possível evitá-la?

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    Vanessa de Brito Poveda

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available O estudo teve como objetivo identificar as medidas adotadas para a prevenção de hipotermia no período intra-operatório. Trata-se de um estudo com delineamento de pesquisa não experimental, tipo descritivo-exploratório, prospectivo. Para tal elaborou-se um instrumento de coleta de dados, o qual foi submetido à validação aparente e de conteúdo. A amostra foi constituída de 70 pacientes. A medida mais empregada na sala de operação foi o método passivo de aquecimento cutâneo como o uso de lençol de algodão (11,4% e o enfaixamento dos membros inferiores (14,3%. A utilização de um método ativo de aquecimento cutâneo ocorreu uma única vez (1,4%. Os resultados evidenciados demonstraram a necessidade de implementação de intervenções eficazes para a prevenção da hipotermia e o enfermeiro tem papel importante neste contexto, uma vez que a segurança do paciente e a redução de complicações decorrentes do procedimento anestésico cirúrgico são metas do cuidado de enfermagem.

  3. Las relaciones con los públicos y su reflejo en las memorias de Responsabilidad Social. Public Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility reports

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    isabel Ruiz Mora

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available ResumenEl diálogo y las relaciones con los públicos se postulan como unos de los principales retos de la Responsabilidad Social en las organizaciones. Los públicos se convierten en elementos protagonistas de gran parte de las acciones de las empresas y de sus políticas de RSE y la sociedad, comienza a incluir a la Responsabilidad Social en sus demandas hacia las organizaciones. Por tanto, un enfoque de la RSE basado en la gestión de las relaciones con los públicos se hace necesario.Nuestra investigación tiene por objeto el estudio de la relación que se establece entre la responsabilidad social y la gestión de las relaciones con los públicos en las empresas y cómo éstas, transmiten y reflejan dicha relación en sus memorias de Responsabilidad Social o Sostenibilidad. El objetivo principal será conocer cómo gestionan las grandes empresas españolas las relaciones con sus stakeholders. El diseño metodológico se centra en el análisis de contenido aplicado a las actividades que las grandes empresas españolas recogen en sus memorias de Responsabilidad Social relacionadas con sus grupos de interés.Los principales resultados nos acercan a organizaciones que gestionan sus relaciones con los públicos, dando un mayor protagonismo a accionistas, inversores y empleados; que emplean herramientas de comunicación tradicionales principalmente, aunque comienzan a hacerse eco de nuevos canales de diálogo. Como novedad, destacamos la aparición de nuevos grupos de interés y herramientas de comunicación como el microblogging o las redes sociales.AbstractDialogue and the management of public relations are postulated as ones of the major challenges related to CSR in the companies. Publics are becoming one of the best features of many of the actions carried out by organizations and their CSR policies and stakeholders are including CSR in their demands. An approach to CSR from Public Relation is needed.Our research aims to study the relationship

  4. Efecto de la realimentación en la composición corporal de mujeres con anorexia nerviosa restrictiva: antropometría frente a impedancia bioeléctrica

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    Beatriz de Mateo Silleras; Paz Redondo del Río; Alicia Camina Martín; María Soto Célix; Sara R. Alonso Torre; Alberto Miján de la Torre

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    Producción Científica Evaluar la composición corporal en un grupo de pacientes desnutridas con anorexia nerviosa, respecto de controles sanas, antes y después del soporte nutricional, mediante antropometría y bioimpedancia. Métodos: Estudio observacional prospectivo. Se realizó una antropometría completa y un análisis de bioimpedancia a 12 mujeres con anorexia nerviosa restrictiva (24,5 años) al ingreso hospitalario y semanalmente durante la realimentación. El grupo control estuvo formado ...

  5. Hipotermia terapêutica após parada cardíaca: preditores de prognóstico

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    Rodrigo Nazário Leão

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    Full Text Available Resumo Objetivo: A determinação do prognóstico de pacientes em coma após parada cardíaca tem implicações clínicas, éticas e sociais. Exame neurológico, marcadores de imagem e bioquímicos são ferramentas úteis e bem aceitas na previsão da recuperação. Com o advento da hipotermia terapêutica, tais informações devem de ser confirmadas. Neste estudo procurou-se determinar a validade de diferentes marcadores que podem ser utilizados na detecção de pacientes com mau prognóstico durante um protocolo de hipotermia. Métodos: Foram coletados prospectivamente os dados de pacientes adultos, internados após parada cardíaca em nossa unidade de terapia intensiva para realização de protocolo de hipotermia. Nosso intuito foi realizar um estudo descritivo e analítico para analisar a relação entre os dados clínicos, parâmetros neurofisiológicos, de imagem e bioquímicos, e o desfecho após 6 meses, conforme definido pela escala Cerebral Performance Categories (bom, se 1-2, e mau, se 3-5. Foi coletada uma amostra para determinação de neuroenolase após 72 horas. Os exames de imagem e neurofisiológicos foram realizados 24 horas após o período de reaquecimento. Resultados: Foram incluídos 67 pacientes, dos quais 12 tiveram evolução neurológica favorável. Fibrilação ventricular e atividade teta no eletroencefalograma se associaram a bom prognóstico. Pacientes submetidos a resfriamento mais rápido (tempo médio de 163 versus 312 minutos, com lesão cerebral causada por hipóxia/isquemia detectada na ressonância nuclear magnética ou níveis de neuroenolase superiores a 58ng/mL se associaram a desfecho neurológico desfavorável (p < 0,05. Conclusão: A presença de lesão cerebral causada por hipóxia/isquemia e de neuroenolase foram fortes preditores de má evolução neurológica. Apesar da crença de que atingir rapidamente a temperatura alvo da hipotermia melhora o prognóstico neurológico, nosso estudo demonstrou

  6. Active cutaneous warming systems to prevent intraoperative hypothermia: a systematic review Métodos activos de calentamiento cutáneo para la prevención de hipotermia en el período intraoperatorio: revisión sistemática Métodos ativos de aquecimento cutâneo para a prevenção de hipotermia no período intraoperatório: revisão sistemática

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    Vanessa de Brito Poveda

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    Full Text Available This study analyzed the evidence available in the literature concerning the effectiveness of different active cutaneous warming systems to prevent intraoperative hypothermia. This is a systematic review with primary studies found in the following databases: CINAHL, EMBASE, Cochrane Register of Controlled Trials and Medline. The sample comprised 23 randomized controlled trials. There is evidence in the literature indicating that the circulating water garment system is the most effective in maintaining patient body temperature. These results can support nurses in the decision-making process concerning the implementation of effective measures to maintain normothermia, though the decision of health services concerning which system to choose should also take into account its cost-benefit status given the cost related to the acquisition of such systems.La finalidad del estudio fue analizar las evidencias disponibles en la literatura acerca de la efectividad de los diferentes métodos activos de calentamiento cutáneo para la prevención de hipotermia en el período intraoperatorio. Para esto, la revisión sistemática fue usada como método de revisión. La búsqueda de los estudios primarios fue efectuada en las bases de datos CINAHL, EMBASE, Cochrane Register of Controlled Trials y Medline. La muestra de la revisión abarcó 23 ensayos clínicos aleatorios controlados. La literatura ofrece evidencias que indican que el sistema de circulación de agua calentada es el método más efectivo en la manutención de la temperatura corporal. Los resultados evidenciados pueden subsidiar la toma de decisión del enfermero en la implementación de medidas efectivas para la manutención de la temperatura corporal. Sin embargo, considerando los costos de adquisición de los sistemas investigados, la elección del sistema en cada servicio de salud debería ser basada en el análisis de costo-beneficio.O estudo teve como objetivo analisar as evidências dispon

  7. Efeitos da hipotermia perioperatória na cicatrização das anastomoses de cólon, em ratos

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    Oliveira, João Carlos Costa de

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    Tese (doutorado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro de Ciências da Saúde. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Ciências Médicas, Florianópolis, 2013 Introdução: O cólon é a região do trato gastrointestinal mais vulnerável à deiscência anastomótica, complicação que apresenta risco potencialmente letal. A hipotermia perioperatória está associada a efeitos prejudiciais ao paciente, aumentando as taxas de complicações operatórias, anestésicas e pós-operatórias. A hipotermia prejudica a f...

  8. Corporate against corporate management

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    Runcev, Nikolce; Krstev, Boris; Golomeova, Mirjana

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    In contemporary economic performance, corporate governance is considered an essential prerequisite in building a successful system for creating an attractive investment climate, which is characterized by competing companies oriented and efficient financial markets. Good corporate governance is based on principles of transparency, bias, efficiency, timeliness, completeness and accuracy of information at all levels of management. Companies with good corporate governance and afford easier acc...

  9. Métodos de aquecimento na prevenção da hipotermia no intraoperatório de cirurgia abdominal eletiva

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    Rutes de Fatima Terres Danczuk

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    Full Text Available Resumo Objetivo: Identificar os métodos de aquecimento para prevenir hipotermia em pacientes adultos no intraoperatório de cirurgia abdominal eletiva com exposição visceral. Métodos: Estudo quantitativo, exploratório e descritivo, prospectivo, realizado num hospital público da região sul do Brasil. Constituiu a amostra 63 pacientes. Observaram-se os métodos de aquecimento utilizados e foi aferida a temperatura timpânica. Para tratamento dos dados, aplicou-se a estatística descritiva por meio do software SEstatNet. Resultados: Foram utilizados métodos de aquecimento ativo e passivo. A infusão de fluidos aquecidos para irrigação da cavidade abdominal foi a medida mais empregada (nº 63; 100% do método ativo, enquanto que a manutenção do sistema de refrigeração desligado até o início da cirurgia foi a medida mais utilizada (nº 57; 90,5% do método passivo. Conclusão: Com os métodos de aquecimento empregados não houve hipotermia grave, porém, existem métodos atuais mais eficientes que poderiam prevenir a hipotermia leve e moderada encontradas.

  10. Percepción de la imagen corporal y su relación con el estado nutricional y emocional en escolares de 10 a 13 años de tres escuelas en Barranquilla (Colombia

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    Full Text Available Objetivo: evaluar la percepción de la imagen corporal y su relación con el estado nutri - cional y emocional en escolares de 10 a 13 años en tres colegios públicos de Barranquilla. Materiales y métodos: estudio descriptivo transversal, en muestra de 262 escolares de tres colegios públicos. Previo consentimiento informado de padres y asentimiento de participantes, se tomaron mediciones biométricas y realizaron encuestas, empleando cuestionario de factores sociodemográficos, Test Krece Plus sobre hábitos alimentarios y de Actividad Física, Escala de Autoestima de Rosemberg, cuestionario Goldberg para ansiedad y depresión y test de las siluetas para imagen corporal. Resultados: La media de edad fue de 11.39 años (± 1.11 y el 61.5 % varones. El 22,6 % de la población presentó distorsión en su imagen corporal; el 67,8 % de los adolescentes con imagen distorsionada tuvo un Índice de Masa Corporal normal; de ellos, el 21.8 % tuvo malos hábitos alimentarios y el 17.2 % malos hábitos de actividad física; las alteraciones emocionales se presentaron en un 8.8 % baja autoestima, en un 7.3 % ansiedad y en un 6.9 % depresión. Se obtuvo tendencia en la asociación como factor determinante con el sexo masculino (p=0.008 y protector para la actividad fisca (p=0.000 y el IMC bajo (p=0.000 Conclusiones: Predominó la adecuada percepción de imagen corporal. La distorsión fue mayor en hombres, en el estado nutricional normal, los inadecuados hábitos alimentarios y de actividad física y autoestima baja. Hubo tendencia a la asociación con el sexo masculino, protector para la actividad física y el IMC bajo.

  11. Corporate Responsibility

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    We define and discuss the concept of corporate responsibility. We suggest that corporate responsibility has some unique characteristics, which makes it different from earlier conceptions of corporate social responsibility. Our discussion further shows commonalities and differences between corporate...... responsibility and related concepts, such as corporate citizenship and business ethics. We also outline some ways in which corporations have implemented corporate responsibility in practice....

  12. Efecto de un suplemento de polifenoles y cafeína sobre la composición corporal, la calidad de vida, sueño y estado del ánimo en adultos con sobrepeso y obesidad.

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    Agüera Bolea, María del Carmen

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    La obesidad es un problema a nivel mundial que lleva consigo un riesgo aumentado de diferentes enfermedades como diabetes, hipercolesterolemia, enfermedades cardiovasculares, cáncer así como un aumento del gasto sanitario. A pesar de las medidas que existen para que las personas con sobrepeso y obesidad reduzcan el peso corporal estas no son suficientes, siendo necesario alternativas de fácil acceso y que no produzcan efectos secundarios en las personas. Entre ellos los más estudiados por sus...

  13. Propiedades Psicométricas del Cuestionario de Insatisfacción con la Imagen Corporal en estudiantes de Educación de la Universidad Nacional de Trujillo

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    Hueda Capristan, Ana Cecilia

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    Se determinó Propiedades Psicométricas en el Cuestionario de Insatisfacción con la Imagen Corporal (IMAGEN) y el análisis descriptivo en alumnos de la Universidad Nacional de Trujillo. La muestra (n=576) no probabilística aleatoria de una población (N=1272) y el diseño Psicométrico. Se aplicó IMAGEN analizando las propiedades psicométricas. Los resultados, evidencian que IMAGEN presenta validez de contenido por criterio de jueces, alcanzando relevancia, claridad y coherencia. Validez de const...

  14. Relación del índice de masa corporal con felicidad, autoestima y depresión en adultos jóvenes

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    Graciela Cristina Avitia

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    Full Text Available La obesidad es una enfermedad con repercusión psicológica, por lo que es importante reconocer los rasgos psicológicos y de comportamiento de quienes la padecen. El objetivo de este trabajo es analizar los niveles de felicidad, autoestima y depresión en individuos con normopeso (NP y con sobrepeso/obesidad (SO. La muestra estuvo constituida por 151 alumnos de la Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (UACJ con una media de edad de 21.44 años. Los resultados mostraron que el grupo de SO tuvo puntuaciones significativamente más elevadas en sentido positivo de la vida y realización personal, en comparación con el grupo de NP. Sin embargo, no se encontraron diferencias significativas en autoestima y depresión. Estos resultados no coinciden con los de otras investigaciones y podrían ser explicados por el grado de aceptación en el entorno social hacia las personas con obesidad, las estrategias de afrontamiento y la prevalencia de obesidad y sobrepeso entre otras variables con las que se ha asociado la relación obesidad/infelicidad.

  15. Fatores associados à hipotermia durante o transporte intra-hospitalar em pacientes internados em Unidade de Terapia Intensiva Neonatal Pequeño para la edad gestacional: repercusión en las habilidades motoras finas Factors associated with hypothermia during intra-hospital transport in patients assisted in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

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    Anna Luiza P. Vieira

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    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Determinar a frequência e os fatores associados à ocorrência de hipotermia em transportes intra-hospitalares de pacientes internados em uma unidade neonatal de cuidados intensivos. MÉTODOS: Estudo transversal aninhado em uma coorte prospectiva de crianças submetidas a transportes intra-hospitalares realizados por uma equipe treinada de janeiro de 1997 a dezembro de 2008 na unidade de cuidados intensivos de um hospital público universitário. Foram excluídos os transportes de pacientes com mais de um ano e/ou com peso na data do transporte superior a 10kg. Os fatores associados à hipotermia durante o transporte foram estudados por regressão logística. RESULTADOS: Dos 1.197 transportes realizados no período do estudo, 1.191 (99,5% atenderam aos critérios de inclusão. As doenças de base das 640 crianças estudadas (idade gestacional: 35,0±3,8 semanas; peso ao nascer: 2341±888g foram: malformações únicas ou múltiplas (71,0%, infecções (7,7%, hemorragia peri/intraventricular (5,5%, desconforto respiratório (4,0% e outros (11,8%. Os pacientes foram transportados para realização de cirurgias (22,6%, ressonância magnética (10,6%, tomografia (20,9%, exames contrastados (18,2% e outros procedimentos (27,7%. A hipotermia ocorreu em 182 (15,3% transportes e se associou ao (OR; IC95%: peso ao transporte OBJETIVO: Determinar la frecuencia y los factores asociados a la ocurrencia de hipotermia en transportes intrahospitalarios de pacientes internados en una unidad neonatal de cuidados intensivos. MÉTODO: Estudio transversal anidado en una cohorte prospectiva de niños sometidos a transportes intrahospitalarios realizados por un equipo entrenado de ene/1997 a dic/2008 en la unidad de cuidados intensivos de un hospital público universitario. Se excluyeron los transportes de pacientes con más de un año de edad y con peso en la fecha del transporte superior a 10kg. Los factores asociados a la hipotermia durante el

  16. O BERA como instrumento de avaliação funcional do tronco cerebral em cirurgias com hipotermia profunda e parada circulatória total The ABR as a tool in the evaluation of brainstem function in surgeries with deep hypothermia and total cardiac arrest

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    Luiz Carlos Alves de Sousa

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    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Monitoramento do tronco cerebral através da análise dos traçados do BERA em cirurgia cardíaca com hipotermia profunda e parada circulatória total (PCT, registrando a recuperação funcional (eletrofisiológica do tronco cerebral. FORMA DE ESTUDO: Coorte Longitudinal. MATERIAL E MÉTODO: Foram estudados o comportamento do traçado do BERA de 8 pacientes submetidos a cirurgia cardíaca com hipotermia profunda e PCT para correção de aneurisma de aorta torácica. Etapas: resfriamento corporal até 18ºC C; PCT por até 60 minutos; reaquecimento. Registros do BERA: 35ºC, 32ºC, 26ºC, 18ºC, 27ºC, 35ºC. RESULTADOS: Os traçados iniciais (35ºC se apresentavam normais. Aos 26ºC há o desaparecimento de todas as ondas. Aos 18ºC o traçado do BERA mostrava um padrão isoelétrico. Aos 27ºC, recuperação das ondas I, III e V. A partir de 35ºC as latências das ondas retornam ao normal. CONCLUSÃO: O BERA constitui-se em competente instrumento de monitoramento da integridade funcional do tronco cerebral em cirurgia cardíaca com hipotermia profunda e PCT. As ondas desaparecem no período de resfriamento corporal, atingem um padrão isoelétrico a 18ºC, e reaparecem durante o reaquecimento. No final do procedimento, os médicos anestesistas não dispõem de exame clínico fidedigno para acessar a integridade funcional do tronco cerebral, devido ao uso de drogas depressoras do SNC. O reaparecimento das ondas do BERA é o parâmetro proposto para este fim. A manutenção do padrão isoelétrico após o reaquecimento corporal sugere grave comprometimento funcional do tronco cerebral.AIM: The authors propose the use of ABR as an instrument for the detection of brainstem dysfunction in the trans- and post-operatory period of surgeries with total circulatory arrest (TCA and deep hypothermia for correction of aneurysms of the thoracic aorta. STUDY DESIGN: Longitudinal Cohort. MATERIAL AND METHOD: Eight adult patients that underwent

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  18. Corporate Branding and Corporate Reputation

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    Karmark, Esben

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    Corporate branding has been seen as developing in “waves”. This chapter explores the links between corporate branding and corporate reputation as they emerge in the context of three waves of corporate branding. It highlights the way in which the two constructs have related to each other through o...... for corporate brands and corporate communication.......Corporate branding has been seen as developing in “waves”. This chapter explores the links between corporate branding and corporate reputation as they emerge in the context of three waves of corporate branding. It highlights the way in which the two constructs have related to each other through...... organizational culture and identity, and how, although characterized by parallel developments, new ideas and models from a “third” wave of corporate branding challenge prevailing assumptions of corporate reputation particularly in terms of the assumptions that reputations emerge from authentic and transparent...

  19. Influencia de un patrón de dieta mediterránea en la distribución de la grasa corporal en pacientes canarios con riesgo cardiovascular

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    Álvarez-Pérez, J.

    2013-01-01

    Programa de doctorado: Salud pública (epidemilogía, planificación y nutrición) [ES] La dieta Mediterránea (DMed) es considerada como uno de los patrones dietéticos más saludables, debido a su relación con una baja morbilidad y mortalidad para algunas enfermedades crónicas. El ojetivo es analizar el efecto de tres intervenciones dietéticas: un patrón de Dieta Mediterránea en los parámetros antropométricos: peso, Índice da Masa Corporal (IMC), y circunferencia de la cintura (CC), y en la com...

  20. Efectos de la suplementación de omega-3 y entrenamiento de intervalos de alta intensidad en el rendimiento físico, presión arterial y composición corporal en individuos sedentarios con sobrepeso

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    Peñailillo Escarate, Luis; Mackay Phillips, Karen; Serrano Duarte, Natalia; Canales Espinoza, Pablo; Miranda Herrera, Pamela; Zbinden-Foncea, Hermann

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    Introducción: el entrenamiento de intervalos de alta intensidad (HIIT) y el consumo de ácidos grasos omega-3 (O3) ha demostrado cada uno por separado aumentar la capacidad aeróbica, el metabolismo oxidativo y la función cardiovascular. Objetivo: examinar el efecto combinado de HIIT más suplementación de O3 en el rendimiento físico, presión arterial y composición corporal en jóvenes sedentarios. Métodos: 28 jóvenes sedentarios con sobrepeso (edad = 22 ± 4 años; IMC = 25,8 ± 2,4 kg·m-2) fueron ...

  1. Anatomía visceral de Feylinia grandisquamis (Squamata: Scincidae. Comparaciones con otros escamados de patrón corporal semejante

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    Díaz Gómez, Juan Manuel

    2003-07-01

    Full Text Available Feylinia grandisquamis es un síncido africano caracterizado por contar con el cuerpo alargado y las extremidades ausentes. En el presente trabajo se describe en detalle la anatomía de las vísceras de Feylinia grandisquamis, y algunos aspectos de su variación intraespecífica. Los resultados se comparan con otro género de Scincidae (Anomalopus y representantes de grandes grupos de escamados que exhiben patrones corporales semejantes (Lialis burtonis, Amphisbaena darwinii, Boa constrictor, Ophiodes striatus, Anguis fragilis. Los objetivos de este trabajo fueron: a determinar la morfología de las vísceras de Feylinia; b los aspectos de su variación intraespecífica; c discutir convergencias y paralelismos con Saurios, Anfisbénidos y Ofidios. Feylinia grandisquamis is an African Scincid characterized for a snakeshaped body and total absence of limbs. In this work the visceral anatomy of Feylinia grandisquamis is described, as well as aspects of its intraspecific variation. The results are compared with another scincid (Anomalopus and representatives of other Squamate groups with similar body plans (Lialis burtonis, Amphisbaena darwinii, Boa constrictor, Ophiodes striatus, Anguis fragilis. The objectives were: a To determine the visceral anatomy of Feylinia; b The aspects of its intraespecific variation; and c Discuss convergences and parallelisms with possible occurrence in Lizards, Amphisbaenids and Ophidia.

  2. Corporate finance

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    P. Quiry; Y. Le Fur; A. Salvi; M. Dallocchio; P. Vernimmen

    2011-01-01

    Corporate Finance: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition, the website www.vernimmen.com and the Vernimmen.com newsletter are all written and created by an author team who are both investment bankers/corporate financiers and academics. This book covers the theory and practice of Corporate Finance from a truly European perspective. It shows how to use financial theory to solve practical problems and is written for students of corporate finance and financial analysis and practising corporate financie...

  3. LA RESPONSABILIDAD SOCIAL CORPORATIVA Y SU PARALELISMO CON LAS SOCIEDADES COOPERATIVAS / CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS PARALLELISM WITH THE COOPERATIVES SOCIETIES

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    RAQUEL PUENTES POYATOS

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available El concepto de responsabilidad social corporativa no es nuevo. Es un enfoque que, según la literatura científica, está muy presente en las sociedades cooperativas y es fuente de singularidades de éstas. En este sentido la Comisión Europea (2002 indicó que “Las cooperativas tienen una larga tradición en combinar viabilidad económica y responsabilidad social gracias al diálogo entre las partes interesadas y a la gestión participativa, y pueden servir de referencia a otras organizaciones”. Este trabajo tiene como objetivo poner de manifiesto que la responsabilidad social corporativa está entroncada en los valores y principios cooperativos y que, por tanto, constituye una ideología innata al cooperativismo. En consecuencia podemos decir que las sociedades cooperativas se sitúan como las máximas exponentes de la RSC. /Corporate social responsibility is not a new concept. According to the scientific literature it is a very present concept in cooperatives societies and it is a source of singularities of these ones. In this context the European Commission (2002 reported that “Cooperatives have a long tradition in combining economic viability and social responsibility through dialogue between stakeholders and participatory management, so they can serve as reference for other organizations”. This work aims to show that corporate social responsibility is rooted in the cooperative values and principles and, therefore, constitutes an inherent ideology of cooperatives. Therefore we can say that cooperatives are positioned as the greatest exponents of CSR

  4. Satisfação com o peso corporal e fatores associados em estudantes do ensino médio Satisfacción con el peso corporal y factores asociados en estudiantes de secundaria Body satisfaction and associated factors among high school students

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    Eduila Maria C. Santos

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Investigar a satisfação corporal em estudantes e possíveis associações ao estado nutricional, fatores sociodemográficos, estilo de vida e percepção de saúde. MÉTODOS: Estudo transversal realizado com estudantes de 15 a 20 anos de idade de escolas públicas do município de Caruaru (PE. Foram avaliadas variáveis antropométricas, sociodemográficas, de estilo de vida e percepção de saúde, sono, estresse e imagem corporal. Utilizou-se o índice de massa corporal por gênero e idade para diagnosticar baixo peso, eutrofia e excesso de peso, segundo o critério o Conde e Monteiro (2006. Na análise multivariada, recorreu-se à regressão logística binária, adotando-se a ocorrência de "insatisfação pela magreza" e de "insatisfação pelo excesso" como desfechos. RESULTADOs: Amostra composta por 594 estudantes (62% moças, com idade média de 17,5±1,6 anos. Uma proporção de 38,7% (IC95% 34,8-42,7 afirmou estar satisfeito com o peso corporal, enquanto 31,3% (IC95% 27,6-35,2 gosta-riam de aumentar e 30,0% (IC95% 26,3-33,8 de reduzir o peso. Estudantes satisfeitos com o peso corporal consumiam pelo menos cinco porções de vegetais/dia, possuíam percepção positiva de sono e realizavam três ou mais refeições/ dia. Rapazes e indivíduos com baixo peso apresentaram o desejo de aumentar o peso, enquanto moças, estudantes que realizavam menos de três refeições/dia, com maior renda e excesso de peso gostariam de reduzi-lo. Entre os rapazes que gostariam de aumentar o peso, 13,5% apresentavam excesso de peso e 18,8% das moças que queriam reduzir o peso estavam com baixo peso. CONCLUSÕES: Há necessidade de realizar medidas pre-ventivas que visem esclarecer sobre a cultura do corpo e o risco de danos à saúde, conduzidas de forma independente para cada sexo.OBJETIVO: Investigar la satisfacción corporal en estudiantes y posibles asociaciones con el estado nutricional, factores socio demográficos, estilo de vida y

  5. Corporate Law and Corporate Governance

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    Roberta Romano

    1998-01-01

    We have seen a revival in interest in corporate law and corporate governance since the 1980s, as researchers applied the tools of the new institutional economics and modern corporate finance to analyze the new transactions emerging in the 1980s takeover wave. This article focuses on three mechanisms of corporate governance to illustrate the analytical usefulness of transaction cost economics for corporate law. They are the board of directors; relational investing, a form of block ownership in...

  6. La posición socio económica en el campo de la actividad física y su relación con la imagen corporal: Aproximación desde el enfoque determinantes/ determinación social de la salud

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    Babativa Rodriguez, Oscar Eduardo

    2016-01-01

    El presente trabajo analiza la definición de la categoría posición socioeconómica (PSE) y las variables con las cuales se representa en los productos académicos del campo de la actividad física, además de su relación con la categoría de imagen corporal. Para lograr el objetivo, se rastrean elementos que permiten dar cuenta si los documentos de investigación se abordan desde alguno de los dos contextos: determinantes (DDSS) o determinación social de la salud (DSS). Se inicia con un rastreo glo...

  7. Relación entre la insafisfacción con la imagen corporal, autoestima, autoconcepto físico y la composición corporal en el alumnado de segundo ciclo de Educación Secundaria de la ciudad de Alicante

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    Estévez Díaz, Manuel

    2013-01-01

    Hoy en día se considera probado que la actividad física y la práctica deportiva guardan relación directa con el autoconcepto y que dicha relación es bidireccional (Balaguer & García Merita, 1994; Goñi & Zulaika, 2000; Goñi, Ruiz de Azúa & Rodríguez, 2004). Pero esta afirmación tiene que ser matizada ya que también se sabe, por ejemplo, que no derivan sin más efectos beneficiosos de toda actividad física, que se han encontrado asociaciones entre la insatisfacción corporal y el ejercicio excesi...

  8. PREOCUPACIÓN MATERNA POR LA APARIENCIA FÍSICA EN RELACIÓN CON LA ESTIGMATIZACIÓN DE LOS NIÑOS HACIA LA FIGURA CORPORAL

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    Blanca Jiménez Cruz; Cecilia Silva

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    A fin de explorar la relación entre la percepción de los niños acerca de las verbalizaciones y las preocupaciones de sus madres hacia la apariencia física, los estereotipos corporales y la tendencia hacia la estigmatización de la obesidad, se entrevistó a 168 menores, con edades de entre 7 y 11 años, a quienes se les aplicaron tres cuestionarios diseñados ex profeso para evaluar su percepción acerca de la preocupación de sus madres por la apariencia física propia, indagar su sensación acerca ...

  9. Relaciones de la condición física y la composición corporal con la autopercepción de salud. [Relationship of physical fitness and body composition with self-rated health].

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    Carlos Alberto Becerra

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available El propósito de este trabajo fue analizar las relaciones existentes entre diferentes variables de la condición física y el porcentaje de masa grasa con la percepción de salud. Los participantes en el estudio fueron 264 adolescentes de la ciudad de Málaga (España, en edades comprendidas entre los 14 y 16 años (M=15.05; DT=0.78. Se midió el porcentaje de masa grasa corporal, mediante bioimpedancia eléctrica, y el consumo de oxígeno máximo, de forma indirecta, a través del test de Course Navette. Además, se estimó el tiempo en recorrer 50 metros lisos y la distancia alcanzada mediante salto horizontal. Por otro lado, se utilizó el General Health Questionaire (GHQ-28, para evaluar la percepción de salud. Los análisis de correlación y regresión lineal efectuados pusieron de manifiesto relaciones entre las variables de condición física y el porcentaje de masa grasa con las medidas del GHQ-28, salvo en el factor depresión grave. En concreto, el consumo máximo de oxígeno predijo negativamente los factores síntomas somáticos y ansiedad e insomnio. A su vez, el porcentaje de grasa corporal predijo positivamente estos dos factores.AbstractThe aim of this study was to analyse the relationship between several variables of physical fitness, as well as the body fat percentage, and self-rated health. The participants in the study were 264 teenagers from the city of Malaga (Spain, whose age ranged between 14 and 16 years old (M=15.05; SD=0.78. The body fat percentage was measured by means of a bioelectrical impedance analysis and the Course-Navette test was used to assess the maximal oxygen consumption. Moreover, other measured variables were the time to run 50 metres and the distance jumped horizontally. The General Health Questionaire (GHQ-28 was used to evaluate the self-rated health. The linear regression and correlation analysis highlighting that the variables physical fitness and body fat percentage were associated with GHQ-28

  10. Tipo físico ideal e satisfação com a imagem corporal de praticantes de caminhada Tipo físico ideal y satisfaccion con la imagen corporal de los praticantes de caminata Ideal physical type and body image satisfaction of regular walkers

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    Vinicius Oliveira Damasceno

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo do presente estudo foi quantificar o tipo físico ideal e verificar o nível de insatisfação com a imagem corporal de praticantes de caminhada. Participaram do estudo 186 pessoas: 87 mulheres (idade = 28,70 ± 12,6 anos, estatura = 161,6 ± 6,2cm, massa corporal = 58,9 ± 12,0kg e gordura = 25,7 ± 7,8 G% e 98 homens (idade = 27,9 ± 12,9 anos, estatura = 177,2 ± 6,9cm, massa corporal = 75,0 ± 12,3kg e gordura = 13,3 ± 6,1 G%. Solicitou-se que as pessoas indicassem qual silhueta correspondia ao seu corpo atualmente e qual gostariam de atingir. Apenas 24% das mulheres estão satisfeitas. A silhueta 3 foi apontada como ideal a ser atingido por 55% das mulheres (silhueta 2 = 18%; e 4 = 21%. A silhueta 3, de acordo com os resultados desse estudo, corresponde ao G% 20,5 ± 0,9% (EPM e ao IMC de 20,0 ± 0,3kg/m² (EPM. Quanto aos homens, apenas 18% estão satisfeitos. A silhueta 4 foi apontada como ideal por 47% dos homens (silhueta 3 = 23%; e 5 = 19%. A silhueta 4 corresponde ao G% 9,8 ± 1,4% (EPM e ao IMC de 23,1 ± 0,4kg/m² (EPM. Existe um tipo físico ideal para ambos os sexos. Não houve diferença entre o grau de insatisfação com a imagem corporal entre os sexos.El objetivo del presente estudio fué cuantificar el tipo físico ideal y verificar el nivel de insatisfacción con la imagen corporal de praticantes de caminata. Participaron del estudio 186 personas: 87 mujeres (edades = 28,70 ± 12,6 años, estatura = 161,6 ± 6,2 cm, masa corporal = 58,9 ± 12,0 kg y gordura = 25,7 ± 7,8 G% y 98 hombres (edades = 27.9 ± 12,9 años, estatura = 177,2 ± 6,9 cm, masa corporal = 75,0 ± 12,3 kg y gordura = 13,3 ± 6,1 G%. Se solicitó que las personas indicasen cual era la silueta que correspondía a su cuerpo actualmente e cual guastarian de tener. Apenas 24% de las mujeres están satisfechas. La silueta 3 fué designada como ideal a ser presentada por el 55 % de las mujeres (silueta 2 = 18%; y 4 = 21%. La silueta 3, de acuerdo con

  11. Hábitos alimentarios e insatisfacción con la imagen corporal: Un estudio comparativo entre mujeres y varones estudiantes de escuelas secundarias Eating habits and body image dissatisfaction: A comparative study between young women and men from high schools

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    Brenda María Murawski

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: El presente estudio se propone comparar el grado de satisfacción con la imagen corporal, así como los hábitos, conductas y actitudes hacia la alimentación de mujeres y varones de escuelas secundarias. Metodología: La muestra está conformada por 454 adolescentes, mujeres y varones, estudiantes de cuatro escuelas secundarias de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires y Gran Buenos Aires, con edades entre 13 y 18 años. Los participantes completaron un Cuestionario sociodemográfico, el Eating Disorder Inventory-2 (EDI-2 y el Figure Scale (FS. Además, los sujetos fueron pesados y medidos por un médico con el fin de calcular su Índice de Masa Corporal. Resultados: Las mujeres presentan puntajes significativamente mayores en Búsqueda de delgadez, Bulimia, Insatisfacción con la imagen corporal, Ineficacia y Conciencia interoceptiva, que sus pares varones. A su vez, una proporción significativamente mayor de mujeres presenta conductas compensatorias inadecuadas con el fin de mantener o bajar de peso y se encuentran insatisfechas con su imagen corporal. Discusión: Los resultados de este estudio son consistentes con otros estudios que indican que las mujeres se diferencian de los varones en cuanto a sus actitudes alimentarias y su grado de satisfacción con su propia imagen corporal.Objective: The aim of the study is to compare the degree of satisfaction with body image, eating habits, behaviours and attitudes in young women and men from high schools. Method: The sample included 454 adolescents, young women and men, from high schools in Buenos Aires, aged between 13 and 18 years. The subjects completed a Sociodemographic questionnaire, the Eating Disorder Inventory-2 (EDI-2 and the Figure Scale (FS. A physician measured height, weight and calculated body mass index. Results: Young women show significantly higher score in Drive for thinness, Bulimia, Body dissatisfaction, Ineffectiveness and Interoceptive awareness than the men. Also, a

  12. Insatisfação com a imagem corporal em escolares do sexto ano da rede municipal de Caxias do Sul, no Rio Grande do Sul Insatisfacción con la imagen corporal en escolares del sexto año de la red municipal de Caxias do Sul (Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil Body image insatisfaction in students from the sixth grade of public schools in Caxias do Sul, Southern Brazil

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    Simona Finato

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Estimar a prevalência de insatisfação com a imagem corporal em escolares de 11 a 14 anos (meninos e meninas de Caxias do Sul, no Rio Grande do Sul, e verificar as possíveis associações com estado nutricional, classe socioeconômica, sexo e escolaridade da mãe. MÉTODOS: Estudo transversal com 1.417 escolares. As variáveis antropométricas estudadas foram massa corporal total, estatura e circunferência da cintura. A obesidade foi definida pelo índice de massa corpórea, segundo sexo e idade. A imagem corporal foi avaliada por meio da escala de nove silhuetas. Foi realizada uma análise descritiva e bivariada entre as variáveis independentes e o desfecho. RESULTADOS: A prevalência de insatisfação com a imagem corporal foi de 71,5%. As variáveis sexo (RP 0,77, IC95% 0,60 - 0,98 e estado nutricional (RP 3,84, IC95% 2,72 - 5,41 apresentaram associação estatística com insatisfação da imagem corporal. A escolaridade da mãe, o nível socioeconômico e a idade não apresentaram associação significante em relação à insatisfação com a imagem corporal. CONCLUSÕES: As prevalências de insatisfação com a imagem corporal da população estudada encontram-se elevadas e devem ser motivo de preocupação dos profissionais de saúde.OBJETIVO: Estimar la prevalencia de insatisfacción con la imagen corporal entre escolares de 11 a 14 años (muchachos y muchachas de Caxias do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, y verificar las posibles asociaciones con estado nutricional, clase socioeconómica, sexo y escolaridad de la madre. MÉTODOS: Estudio transversal con 1.417 escolares. Las variables antropométricas estudiadas fueron masa corporal total, estatura y circunferencia de la cintura. La obesidad se definió por el índice de masa corporal, según sexo y edad. La imagen corporal fue evaluada mediante escala de nueve siluetas. Se realizó un análisis descriptivo y bivariado entre las variables independientes y el desfecho. RESULTADOS: La

  13. Hipotermia Sistémica para la Encefalopatía Neonatal Hipóxico-Isquémica.

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    Jaime E. Wiesner

    2008-06-01

    De los casos con encefalopatía moderada, aproximadamente, del 15 al 20% morirán y del 25 al 30% de los sobrevivientes serán discapacitados sempiternos; en aquellos con encefalopatía severa el 60% morirán y prácticamente todos los sobrevivientes serán discapacitados perpetuos.

  14. Tratamiento quirúrgico de la estenosis pulmonar "pura": presentación de un caso operado con corazón a cielo abierto y bajo hipotermia

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    Emilio Echeverri de la Roche

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    Full Text Available En cirugía cardiovascular, más que en ninguna otra, rama de la cirugía, tiene validez el principio de que sólo una adecuada colaboración entre clínico y cirujano producirá el éxito buscado: la mejoría del paciente. Por ello al enfocar únicamente el aspecto quirúrgico del tratamiento de la Estenosis Pulmonar, es necesario advertir que lo hacemos considerando el sentido didáctico de esta publicación y en la seguridad de que posteriores trabajos sobre la hemodinámica de la entidad y su diagnóstico clínico, radiológico y electrocardiográfico, completarán la visión de conjunto de esta importante cardiopatía congénita.

  15. Corporate Awakening

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    LaFrance, Julie; Lehmann, Martin

    2005-01-01

    Predominantly since the 1992 Rio Summit, corporations have been increasingly pursuing partnerships with public institutions including governments, international organisations and NGOs that aim to contribute to sustainable development activities. Partnerships have become more common as corporation...... public-private partnerships. These theoretical perspectives are used to gain a deeper understanding of the corporate drivers that motivated TOTAL S.A. to approach UNESCO for cooperation on community development programs in Myanmar....

  16. RELACIÓN DE LA VARIACIÓN DEL PESO VIVO Y DE LA CONDICIÓN CORPORAL CON LA DINÁMICA FOLICULAR POSPARTO EN VACAS CEBÚ PRIMERIZAS RELATIONSHIP OF LIVE WEIGHT AND CORPORAL CONDITION VARIATION WITH POSPARTUM FOLLICULAR DYNAMIC IN PRIMIPAROUS ZEBU COWS

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    Guillermo Henao Restrepo

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available A partir del día del parto se seleccionaron 20 vacas Cebú primerizas amamantando para establecer la relación de los cambios de peso vivo y de condición corporal (CC con indicadores de la dinámica folicular hasta los 60 días posparto. El peso y la CC se midieron el día del parto y cada 15 días hasta los 60 días. Mediante ultrasonografía ovárica diaria se observaron las ondas foliculares, se contó el número de folículos con diámetro ≥3mm y se midió el diámetro de los folículos dominantes, se calculó la tasa de crecimiento folicular y el período interdominancia. Se aplicó una prueba de regresión lineal simple entre los cambios de peso y de CC a los 15, 30, 45 y 60 días posparto y los indicadores de la dinámica folicular. La disminución de peso de vacas Cebú primerizas en amamantamiento a través del posparto temprano se relacionó con un aumento (P≤0,05 del diámetro de los folículos dominantes y del número de folículos por onda y no se relacionó con la tasa de crecimiento folicular ni con el intervalo interdominancia. Los cambios en la CC no se relacionaron con ninguna de las variables indicadoras del desarrollo folicular.Twenty primiparous suckling Zebu cows were selected to establish the relationship between cow weight losses and body condition (CC changes with indicators of follicular dynamic until 60 days pospartum. Cow’s weight and CC were measured at calving and every 15 days up to 60 days. Follicular waves were followed using daily ovarian ultrasonography; the number of follicles with diameters ≥3 mm was counted, diameter of the dominant follicles was measured, follicular growth rate and the interdominance period were calculated. Data was analysed using a simple lineal regression model between cow weight and CC changes at 15, 30, 45 and 60 days pospartum and follicular dynamics indicators. The decrease in weight of primiparous suckling Zebu cows through the early pospartum, coincided with an increase

  17. Corporate Entrepreneurship

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    Corporate entrepreneurship is often highlighted as being more relevant than ever, as a viable means for existing organizations to pursue creative new solutions to the complex challenges facing firms today. This includes continuously exploring and exploiting previously unexploited opportunities......, and thereby moving the organization to a new state of being. In spite of a general consensus on a strong interlinkage between the concepts of innovation and corporate entrepreneurship, the nature of this linkage is rarely addressed directly. This has made further research in the two areas problematic, mainly...... nature of corporate entrepreneurship and innovation by exploring the role played by innovation in corporate entrepreneurship. - Develop a framework of corporate entrepreneurial innovation which facilitates an understanding of challenges related hereto and practices applied to overcome these challenges...

  18. Corporate Foundations

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    Herlin, Heidi; Thusgaard Pedersen, Janni

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    action between business and NGOs through convening, translation, collaboration, and mediation. Our study provides valuable insights into the tri-part relationship of company foundation NGO by discussing the implications of corporate foundations taking an active role in the realm of corporate social...... responsibility (CSR). The paper hence illuminates the fascinating and overlooked role of corporate foundations as potential bridges between business and civil society. It also informs theory on boundary organizations by clarifying challenges and limits of such institutions.......This paper aims to explore the potential of Danish corporate foundations as boundary organizations facilitating relationships between their founding companies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Hitherto, research has been silent about the role of corporate foundations in relation to cross...

  19. Corporate Taxation and Corporate Governance

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    Köthenbürger, Marko; Stimmelmayr, Michael

    2009-01-01

    if the corporate tax system exempts the normal return on investment from taxation. The optimal system may well use the full return on investment as a tax base. Hence, tax systems such as an Allowance for Corporate Equity (ACE) or a Cash-flow tax do not have the familiar efficiency-enhancing effects in the presence...

  20. Corporal punishment.

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    Bauman, L J; Friedman, S B

    1998-04-01

    Pediatricians differ on the optimal ways to discipline children. The major controversy surrounds the use of corporal punishment. In an effort to resolve this controversy, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) cosponsored a conference entitled "The Short and Long-Term Consequences of Corporal Punishment" in February 1996. This article reviews scientific literature on corporal punishment and summarizes the proceedings from the conference. The authors conclude that, although the research data are inadequate to resolve the controversy, there are areas of consensus. Practitioners should assess the spanking practices of the parent they see and counsel parents to avoid those that are, by AAP consensus, dangerous, ineffective, or abusive.

  1. Intervenção educativa sobre hipotermia: uma estratégia de ensino para aprendizagem em centro cirúrgico

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    Isabel Yovana Quispe Mendoza

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Este trabalho trata-se de um estudo quase experimental aplicado em uma intervenção educativa de curta duração aos auxiliares de enfermagem do Centro Cirúrgico, cujos objetivos foram conhecer as características sociais e de formação dos auxiliares de enfermagem; identificar a diferença no conhecimento sobre hipotermia no auxiliar de enfermagem após a intervenção educativa e relacionar as ações de enfermagem às variáveis estudadas. A intervenção educativa foi efetiva, uma vez que a diferença na média das ações de enfermagem foi de 5,35 após a intervenção educativa. Entretanto, não se verificou diferença significativa das ações de enfermagem quando relacionadas às variáveis estudadas. Recomenda-se realizar estudos sobre educação nos profissionais de Enfermagem, baseado na aprendizagem significativa nas diferentes unidades.

  2. Corporate Responsibility

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    2004-01-01

    Appeals to corporate responsibility often simply take for granted that businesses have ethical responsibilities that go beyond just respecting the law. This paper addresses arguments to the effect that businesses have no such responsibilities. The interesting claim is not that businesses have no ethical responsibility at all but that their primal responsibility is to increase their profits. The extent to which there is reason to take such arguments seriously delineates the limits of corporate...

  3. El estudio del anuncio de la adhesión a los niveles diferenciados de gobierno corporativo con la utilización de estudio de evento Event study of announcements about adherence to differentiated corporate governance levels

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    Gerlando Augusto Sampaio Franco de Lima

    2006-08-01

    Full Text Available Esta investigación tiene como objetivo verificar si la información suministrada al mercado de capitales sobre la intención de adhesión a los niveles diferenciados de Gobierno Corporativo de la BOVESPA genera retornos anormales en los precios de las acciones de esas compañías. Se espera que esa adhesión resulte en el aumento de la visibilidad de la empresa y negociación de sus papeles, como también, aumento en la cantidad de información divulgada a sus inversionistas. Para la investigación, se ha realizado un estudio de evento con una muestra de 18 empresas que habían emitido la información al mercado, teniendo como base los presupuestos de MacKinlay (1997. La regresión no paramétrica fue empleada para obtener los parámetros del modelo de mercado del estudio de evento, siendo esa herramienta obtenida a partir de la bibliografía de Dombrown, Rodriguez y Sirmans (2000 y Lima (2005. Los resultados del estudio de evento demostraron que no ocurrieron retornos anormales positivos en los precios de las acciones de las empresas, demostrando, así, que la información de adhesión a los Niveles Diferenciados de Gobierno Corporativo de la BOVESPA no fue captada, de forma general, por el mercado. A pesar de los resultados obtenidos y de las conclusiones presentadas, se debe tener en consideración algunas limitaciones de la investigación, como son las conclusiones obtenidas, las cuales se han quedado restringidas a la muestra, a las variables y a la herramienta econométrica utilizada.This research aims to verify if the information supplied to the stock market on the intention of adhesion to the Differentiated Levels of Corporate Governance on the São Paulo Stock Exchange generates abnormal returns in the stock prices of these companies. Adherence to this market is expected to result in the growth of company image, negotiability of its papers and the amount of information disclosed to its investors. An event study, based on the

  4. Hipotermia terapêutica pós-reanimação cardiorrespiratória: evidências e aspectos práticos Therapeutical hypothermia after cardiopulmonary resuscitation: evidences and practical issues

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    Gilson Soares Feitosa-Filho

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available Os sobreviventes de parada cardiorrespiratória freqüentemente apresentam lesão cerebral isquêmica associada a piores desfechos neurológicos e óbito. A hipotermia terapêutica melhora os desfechos entre os sobreviventes comatosos após manobras de reanimação. Considerando sua recomendação formal para emprego terapêutico pós-recuperação da circulação espontânea na parada cardiorrespiratória, o objetivo deste estudo foi rever os principais aspectos clínicos relativos à hipotermia terapêutica. Foi feita revisão através de pesquisa não-sistemática de artigos através das palavras-chave "parada cardiorrespiratória, resfriamento, hipotermia, síndrome pós-reanimação" na base de dados MedLine. Adicionalmente, referências destes artigos foram igualmente avaliadas. Pacientes adultos inconscientes com circulação espontânea após parada cardiorrespiratória extra-hospitalar devem ser resfriados quando o ritmo inicial for fibrilação ventricular ou taquicardia ventricular. Este resfriamento pode ser benéfico para os outros ritmos e para o ambiente intra-hospitalar. Existem várias formas diferentes de induzir a hipotermia. O sistema de resfriamento deve atingir a temperatura alvo o mais rápido possível. O reaquecimento para 36º C deve ser realizado em não menos do que 8 horas. Quando a temperatura aumenta para mais de 35º C, sedação, analgesia e paralisia podem ser descontinuadas. As complicações esperadas da hipotermia terapêutica podem incluir pneumonia, sepse, disritmias cardíacas e coagulopatias. A despeito de potenciais complicações que necessitam de cuidadosa monitoração, apenas seis pacientes precisam ser tratados com hipotermia induzida pós- parada cardiorrespiratória para salvar uma vida.Cardiac arrest survivors frequently suffer from ischemic brain injury associated with poor neurological outcome and death. Therapeutic hypothermia improves outcomes in comatose survivors after resuscitation from

  5. Oxidative stress is enhanced by hypothermia imposed on cerulein-induced pancreatitis in rats Aumento do estresse oxidativo após hipotermia em ratos com pancreatite induzida por ceruleína

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    Wellington Andraus

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: Hypothermia is a frequent event in severe acute pancreatitis (AP and its real effects on the normal pancreas have not been well demonstrated. Moreover, neither have its effects on the outcome of acute pancreatitis been fully investigated. One hypothesis is that oxidative stress may be implicated in lesions caused or treated by hypothermia. AIM OF THE STUDY: To investigate the effect of hypothermia in cerulein-induced acute pancreatitis (CIAP in rats and the role played by oxidative stress in this process. METHODS: Male Wistar rats were divided into hypothermic and normothermic groups. Hypothermia was induced with a cold mattress and rectal temperature was kept at 30ºC for one hour. Acute pancreatitis was induced with 2 doses of cerulein (20 ìg/kg administered at a one-hour interval. Serum amylase, pancreas vascular permeability by Evan's blue method, pancreas wet-to-dry weight ratio and histopathology were analyzed in each group. RESULTS: When compared with normothermic rats, hypothermic animals, with cerulein-induced acute pancreatitis, showed higher levels of pancreatic vascular permeability (p BACKGROUND: Hipotermia é um evento freqüente em episódios de pancreatite aguda, contudo seu efeito real sobre pâncreas normal ainda não esta bem demonstrado. Além do mais, o efeito da hipotermia no decorrer da pancreatite aguda também não está completamente esclarecido. Uma das hipóteses sobre as causas das lesões causadas ou tratadas por hipotermia aventa a implicação de estresse oxidativo. OBJETIVOS: Investigar o efeito da hipotermia em ratos com pancreatite aguda induzida por ceruleína e o papel do estresse oxidativo neste processo. MÉTODOS: Ratos Wistar machos foram divididos em grupos hipotérmicos e normotérmicos. Hipotermia foi induzida com uma bolsa gelada de forma que a temperatura retal permanecesse em 30ºC por uma hora. Pancreatite aguda foi induzida com duas aplicações de ceruleína (20 ìg/kg administradas

  6. Modificación en la valoración de la resistencia y reactancia del tejido adiposo corporal con las nuevas vías de administración de anticoncepción hormonal

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    Encinas Pardilla, María Begoña

    2013-01-01

    En este trabajo se han estudiado las posibles modificaciones que los contraceptivos hormonales vía oral, transdérmica y transvaginal podrían tener en la composición del tejido adiposo corporal durante un año, así como sus efectos en el perfil lipídico y el índice de masa corporal. Conociendo los efectos que las formulaciones hormonales orales tienen en el perfil lipídico, cabría esperar que también pudiera alterarse en alguna medida el porcentaje de grasa corporal o al menos su densidad, de...

  7. Hipotermia terapêutica em pacientes pós-parada cardiorrespiratória: mecanismos de ação e desenvolvimento de protocolo assistencial Mild therapeutic hypothermia after cardiac arrest: mechanism of action and protocol development

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    Tatiana Helena Rech

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available A parada cardiorrespiratória é um evento de alta mortalidade. A isquemia cerebral difusa relacionada ao hipofluxo cerebral frequentemente leva à injúria neurológica grave e ao desenvolvimento de estado vegetativo persistente. A hipotermia terapêutica representa um importante avanço no tratamento da encefalopatia anóxica pós-parada cardíaca. Seus efeitos neuroprotetores têm sido amplamente demonstrados em várias situações de isquemia neuronal. Apesar de ser um procedimento associado com redução de mortalidade nesses pacientes, a hipotermia ainda é um tratamento subutilizado no manejo da síndrome pós-ressuscitação. Nosso objetivo é revisar aspectos referentes aos mecanismos de ação da hipotermia e seus efeitos em pacientes críticos reanimados pós- parada cardiorrespiratória e propor um protocolo assistencial simples, que possa ser implantado em qualquer unidade de terapia intensiva.Cardiac arrest is a high mortality event and the associated brain ischemia frequently causes severe neurological damage and persistent vegetative state. Therapeutic hypothermia is an important tool for the treatment of post-anoxic coma after cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It has been shown to reduce mortality and to improve neurological outcomes after cardiac arrest. Nevertheless, hypothermia is underused in critical care units. This manuscript aims to review the hypothermia mechanism of action in cardiac arrest survivors and to propose a simple protocol, feasible to be implemented in any critical care unit.

  8. Corporate Governance

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    Dragoș-Mihail Daghie

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this study is to analyze and understand the recently introduced form of managementof a company limited by shares. The Law no. 441/2006, which fundamentally amended Company Law,created this form of controlling the company, the corporate governance, but the legislation does not explicitlydefine what it wants to achieve through this instrument. This topic is recent in research as the theme ofgerman-roman commercial law systems (in French corporate governance system was introduced in 1966 andin Romania in 2006 but in terms of Anglo-Saxon law, the topic has been addressed years since 1776 (AdamSmith: The Wealth of Nations The concept of corporate governance would like, as a result, to establish somerules that companies must comply in order to achieve effective governance, transparent and beneficial forboth shareholders and for the minority. Corporate governance is a key element with an aim at improvingefficiency and economic growth in full accordance with the increase of investors’ confidence. Corporategovernance assumes a series of relationship between the company management, leadership, shareholders andthe other people concerned. Also corporate governance provides for that structure by means of which thecompany’s targets are set out and the means to achieve them and also the manner how to monitor such.

  9. Uso da manta térmica na prevenção da hipotermia intraoperatória Use of forced-air to prevent intraoperative hypothermia

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    Ricardo Caio Gracco de Bernardis

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: A hipotermia é prejudicial no período perioperatório. Não há consenso sobre o melhor método de aquecimento ativo e nem sobre o melhor período para fazê-lo. Este estudo teve como objetivo primário verificar a eficácia de diferentes períodos de utilização da manta térmica à temperatura de 38°C, como método de prevenção da hipotermia intraoperatória. Como objetivo secundário avaliou-se os efeitos adversos do uso da manta térmica na temperatura de 38°C. MÉTODOS: Foram comparados quatro grupos de 15 pacientes submetidos a operações ortopédicas. No grupo controle (Gcont os pacientes não utilizaram manta térmica, nos grupos pré (Gpré, intra (Gintra e total (Gtotal, os pacientes utilizaram manta térmica a 38ºC, respectivamente, durante 30 minutos antes da indução anestésica, após a indução anestésica até 120 minutos e antes e após a indução. Foram avaliados: temperatura central (timpânica, periférica (pele, da sala cirúrgica, variação das condições hemodinâmicas e efeitos adversos do aquecimento. RESULTADOS: O Gtotal foi o único grupo que não teve variação significativa da temperatura central. A temperatura central dos pacientes do grupo Gtotal foi significativamente maior (p OBJECTIVE: Hypothermia is a life-threatening event during the perioperative period. No consensus has been reached about the best active warming approach for such cases. Furthermore there is no consensus on the most appropriate time to warm a hypothermic patient. This study aimed to assess the efficacy of a forced-air blanket to warm patients at 38ºC before and during surgery. Following utilization of the forced-air blanket, adverse effects were evaluated. METHODS: Patients submitted to orthopedic surgeries were divided into four groups of 15 patients. In the control group (Gcont, patients were not warmed with a forced-air blanket. In the preoperative group (Gpre, intraoperative group (Gintra, and total group (Gtotal

  10. Corporal punishment.

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    Zolotor, Adam J

    2014-10-01

    Corporal punishment is used for discipline in most homes in the United States. It is also associated with a long list of adverse developmental, behavioral, and health-related consequences. Primary care providers, as trusted sources for parenting information, have an opportunity to engage parents in discussions about discipline as early as infancy. These discussions should focus on building parents' skills in the use of other behavioral techniques, limiting (or eliminating) the use of corporal punishment and identifying additional resources as needed. Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  11. The influence of corporate governance on project governance

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    Gonda, Pavel

    2011-01-01

    This work identifies the interaction between corporate governance and project management in project governance. It begins with introduction of basics of corporate governance and various principles of corporate governance in chosen countries and organizations. Further it introduces theoretical background of project governance and its connection and to corporate governance. In practical part work analyzes the level of compliancy with Swiss codex of best praxis in chosen company. The results con...

  12. Efectos de una dieta hipocalórica y de un programa de ejercicio físico de corta duración en el perfil lipídico y en la composición corporal de mujeres menopáusicas con sobrepeso

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    D. Rojano; G.M. Vargas

    2014-01-01

    Objetivo: Analizar los cambios producidos en la composición corporal y, a nivel bioquímico, sobre el colesterol y los triglicéridos, por un programa de ejercicio físico aeróbico y de fuerza de 6 semanas de duración, acompañado de una dieta hipocalórica, en un grupo de mujeres menopáusicas con sobrepeso. Método: La muestra estaba formada por 18 mujeres en la etapa de la menopausia, 9 de las cuales fueron asignadas aleatoriamente al grupo experimental y las otras 9 al grupo control. Todas pr...

  13. Asociación del dolor podal con variables podométricas, de la práctica deportiva e índice de masa corporal en niños de 12 a 14 años de escuelas de formación deportiva de fútbol de la ciudad de Neiva, 2014

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    Ramirez Galvis, Anderson; Utria Tirado, Lorena

    2016-01-01

    El pie es la base de sustentación del ser humano, extremidad utilizada para diferentes actividades de locomoción, capaz de soportar todo el peso corporal incluso en acciones deportivas que implican mantenerla en buenas condiciones. La investigación en el área deportiva continuamente está tomando fuerza con miras en el mejoramiento del rendimiento y la obtención de la forma deportiva incluyendo el buen estado de todos los segmentos corporales implicados, de esta manera se realiza esta investig...

  14. Efectos de una dieta hipocalórica y de un programa de ejercicio físico de corta duración en el perfil lipídico y en la composición corporal de mujeres menopáusicas con sobrepeso

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    D. Rojano

    2014-09-01

    Conclusión: Los resultados obtenidos sugieren que la combinación de un programa de ejercicio físico aeróbico y de fuerza de 6 semanas de duración y una dieta hipocalórica en mujeres menopáusicas con sobrepeso, provoca mejoras significativas en la composición corporal y una tendencia hacia la mejora del perfil lipídico, lo que puede repercutir positivamente en la calidad de vida.

  15. Corporate entrepreneurship

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    Christensen, Karina

    2005-01-01

    Corporate entreprenørskab kan blive svaret på, hvordan Danmark fremmer en mere videnintensiv produktion. Begrebet er blevet anvendt til at forklare forskellige organisatoriske fænomener alt fra strategi over ledelse i al almindelighed til innovation, hvilket har medført en mangfoldighed af begreb...

  16. Corporate Venturing

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    Vintergaard, Christian

    path of an entrepreneurial opportunity of the Danish corporate venture capitalist,Danfoss A/S. This paper distinguishes itself from previous research done on entrepreneurialopportunities by creating a holistic and conceptual framework, which broadens and expands theperception of the market participants...

  17. Corporate Awakening

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    LaFrance, Julie; Lehmann, Martin

    2004-01-01

    Predominantly since the 1992 Rio Summit, corporations have been increasingly pursuing partnerships with public institutions including governments, international organisations and NGOs that aim to contribute to sustainable development activities. Both the business community and public organisation...... for cooperation on community development programs in Myanmar....

  18. HEXIS CORPORAL Y ESCRITURA

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    CÁNDIDA ELIZABETH VIVERO MARÍN

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available La hexis corporal puede ser utilizada con gran provecho por la teoría literaria feminista como herramienta metodológica para explicar el proceso escritural y la estructura del texto literario escrito por hombres o mujeres. La hexis corporal puede contribuir a la comprensión de la compleja relación que se establece entre la escritura y las normas sociales, ya que permite dilucidar cómo los cuerpos sexuados actúan, se mueven e interactúan entre sí ajustándose a esas normas sociales que determinan sus comportamientos. Así mismo, mediante esta categoría de análisis se podría explicar, en última instancia, la resistencia política de la escritura femenina, pues también tiene que ver con una política del cuerpo que da un significado de más valor o de menos reconocimiento según la posición social de los cuerpos, la que se traslada a la escritura misma.

  19. Mild hypothermia reduces polymorphonuclear leukocytes infiltration in induced brain inflammation A hipotermia moderada reduz a infiltração leucocitária na inflamação encefálica induzida

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    Mirto N. Prandini

    2005-09-01

    Full Text Available Over the last 50 years deep hypothermia (23(0 C has demonstrated to be an excellent neuroprotective agent in cerebral ischemic injury. Mild hypothermia (31-33(0 C has proven to have the same neuroprotective properties without the detrimental effects of deep hypothermia. Mechanisms of injury that are exaggerated by moderate hyperthermia and ameliorated by hypothermia include, reduction of oxygen radical production, with peroxidase damage to lipids, proteins and DNA, microglial activation and ischemic depolarization, decrease in cerebral metabolic demand for oxygen and reduction of glycerin and excitatory amino acid (EAA release. Studies have demonstrated that inflammation potentiates cerebral ischemic injury and that hypothermia can reduce neutrophil infiltration in ischemic regions. To further elucidate the mechanisms by which mild hypothermia produces neuroprotection in ischemia by attenuating the inflammatory response, we provoked inflammatory reaction, in brains of rats, dropping a substance that provokes a heavy inflammatory reaction. Two groups of ten animals underwent the same surgical procedure: the skull bone was partially removed, the duramater was opened and an inflammatory substance (5% carrageenin was topically dropped. The scalp was sutured and, for the group that underwent neuroprotection, an ice bag was placed covering the entire skull surface, in order to maintain the brain temperature between 29,5-31(0 C during 120 minutes. After three days the animals were sacrificed and their brains were examined. The group protected by hypothermia demonstrated a remarkable reduction of polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNL infiltration, indicating that mild hypothermia can have neuroprotective effects by reducing the inflammatory reaction.Nos últimos 50 anos, a hipotermia tem demonstrado ser um excelente agente neuroprotetor nas lesões isquêmicas encefálicas. A hipotermia moderada (31(0 C - 33(0 C provou também apresentar as mesmas

  20. Variabilidad de la composición corporal medida con bioimpedanciometría eléctrica según condiciones de realización: influencia del ayuno y del reposo

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    Cáceres, Diana Isabel; Messagi-Sartor, Monique M.; Rodríguez, Diego; Escalada, Ferran; Gea Guiral, Joaquim; Orozco Levi, Mauricio; Marco Peñas, Ester

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    Introducción: La bioimpedanciometría eléctrica (BIA) constituye una de las principales herramientas para evaluar la composición corporal. Aunque se recomienda la realización de la BIA en condiciones de ayuno y 60 minutos de reposo, en la práctica asistencial no siempre es posible garantizar su cumplimiento.Objetivos: Determinar la fiabilidad de los parámetros de composición corporal estimados por BIA bajo diferentes condiciones fisiológicas: ayuno + reposo, ayuno + no-reposo y no-ayuno + no- ...

  1. Monitoreo de la Temperatura durante la Anestesia: ¿Es realmente necesario?

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    Lincoln de Parte Pérez

    Full Text Available La temperatura corporal debe ser monitoreada en todos los pacientes a los que se les realiza procedimientos quirúrgicos con el objetivo de detectar precozmente sus variaciones, así como las complicaciones que se presentan con las variaciones de esta, como son: fiebre, hipertermia maligna e hipotermia accidental y para el monitoreo de la hipertermia inducida. Se muestra una revisión de los factores que producen hipotermia durante el transoperatorio, así como la prevención y tratamiento de ella.

  2. Information, Authority, and Corporate Hierarchies

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    Choe, Chongwoo; In-Uck, Park

    2010-01-01

    In a typical corporate hierarchy, the manager is delegated the authority to make strategic decisions, and to contract with other employees. By studying a model with one principal and two agents where one agent can gather information that is valuable for the principal's project choice and the other agent provides effort to the chosen project, we study when the principal can benefit from such delegation relative to centralization. We show that beneficial delegation is possible when complete con...

  3. Corporate Language and Corporate Talk

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    Zølner, Mette

    2013-01-01

    The article presents the case studies of two Danish based multinational companies (MNCs) which provides the an insight into the role of languages in organizational learning. It mentions that the studies focus on the sharing of the understanding and practices among their employees across the geogr......The article presents the case studies of two Danish based multinational companies (MNCs) which provides the an insight into the role of languages in organizational learning. It mentions that the studies focus on the sharing of the understanding and practices among their employees across...... the geographical borders by the medium of common corporate values for knowledge management, collection of data and analysis in these studies inspired by approach of ground theory and presents a usefulness of distinguishing between corporate language and talks to enable the headquarters learning. Also it concludes...... that both of the MNCs are of Danish origin but executives of both companies are proficient in English language....

  4. Corporate contestability and corporate expropriation

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    Abdul Hadi Zulkafli

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents evidence on the role of ownership in dealing with corporate expropriation of listed companies in Malaysia. From the perspective of expropriation, a single controlling shareholder is always associated with such behavior due to their power and control at the expense of minority shareholder. However, subsequent individual or coalition of large shareholders can be an important corporate governance tool by providing effective monitoring that would lessen the possibility of expropriation by the controlling shareholder. Relating to that, this study evaluates the role of controlling and large shareholders in dealing with corporate expropriation. It is found that there is a negative relationship between single controlling shareholders and dividend payout ratio indicating that firms with only controlling shareholder will pay a lower dividend due to possible expropriation through profit diversion by controlling shareholder. Using Herfindahl Index as a proxy for ownership contestability, the presence of large shareholders along with controlling shareholder has a positive relationship with dividend payout implying that increased contestability helps to curb the power of controlling shareholder to expropriate fund for their own benefit. In accordance with agency theory, the outcome suggests that large shareholders play a monitoring role in minimizing the Type II agency problem. It is also verifying the argument made based on the Catering Theory of Dividend that the presence of large shareholder brings benefit to all shareholders as they are able to reduce profit diversion by demanding for higher dividend

  5. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: OPTIONAL OR REGULATORY

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    MIHAELA IRINA IONESCU

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available Given the collateral activity developed and the economic background of the present author I took the approach of a topic that includes aspects from both fields, namely “Corporate Social responsibility- optional or regulatory”. Through the paper I will try to summarize the pros and cons of regulation, mandatory of corporate social responsibility and to review, present the ways in which countries with advanced economies in European Union and the EU itself have addressed this issue.

  6. Going Corporate

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    Kadre, Shailendra

    2011-01-01

    Going Corporate: A Geek's Guide shows technology workers how to gain the understanding and skills necessary for becoming an effective, promotable manager or sought-after consultant or freelancer. Technology professionals typically dive deeply into small pieces of technology - like lines of code or the design of a circuit. As a result, they may have trouble seeing the bigger picture and how their work supports an organization's goals. But ignoring or dismissing the business or operational aspects of projects and products can lead to career stagnation. In fact, understanding the larger business

  7. Corporate Foresight

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    Rohrbeck, René; Gemünden, Hans Georg

    2011-01-01

    Although in the last three decades much knowledge has been produced on how best to conduct foresight exercises, but little is known on how foresight should be integrated with the innovation effort of a company. Drawing on empirical evidence from 19 case studies and 107 interviews, we identify three...... roles that corporate foresight should play to maximize the innovation capacity of a firm: (1) the strategist role, which explores new business fields; (2) the initiator role, which increases the number of innovation concepts and ideas; and (3) the opponent role, which challenges innovation projects...

  8. Corporate responsibility

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    Jensen, Karsten Klint

    2007-01-01

    Is it legitimate for a business to concentrate on profits under respect for the law and ethical custom? On the one hand, there seems to be good reasons for claiming that a corporation has a duty to act for the benefit of all its stakeholders. On the other hand, this seems to dissolve the notion...... of a private business; but then again, a private business would appear to be exempted from ethical responsibility. This is what Kenneth Goodpaster has called the stakeholder paradox: either we have ethics without business or we have business without ethics. Through a different route, I reach the same solution...

  9. Corporate Entrepreneurship

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    Lassen, Astrid Heidemann; Sørensen, Suna

    2006-01-01

    The recognition of the importance of entrepreneurial dynamics in corporate context is increasingly acknowledged in both entrepreneurship and strategic management literature, as firms today face a reality in which frame-breaking innovation is an important element of survival. From this understanding......, the concept of Strategic Entrepreneurship (SE) has arisen, arguing a logic of focusing on the intersections between the two fields. This paper sets out to explore the SE construct empirically. Through seven case studies evolving around radical technological innovations, evidence is found of the importance...

  10. Corporate Fictions

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    Staunæs, Dorthe; Søndergaard, D. M.

    2006-01-01

    The article describes a particular strategy of communication called a social science fiction. The strategy was taken up following an empirical research project on gender and management, in order to communicate results to the company's managers and Human Resource Staff. The research results showed...... fiction was the kind of narrative therapy, which aims to reconfigure the problem in focus by a process of externalisation that allows a reconstruction and retelling of the issue. The article describes how three cultural mechanisms in the company were condensed into three imaginary figures: Mr. Corporate...

  11. Composição corpórea, alterações bioquímicas e clínicas de adolescentes com excesso de adiposidade Composición corporal, alteraciones bioquímicas y clínicas de adolescentes con exceso de adiposidad Body composition, biochemical and clinical changes of adolescents with excessive adiposity

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    Hiara Miguel Stanciola Serrano

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available FUNDAMENTO: Adolescentes com excesso de adiposidade e eutróficas apresentam as mesmas alterações metabólicas esperadas em indivíduos obesos. OBJETIVO: Avaliar a composição corpórea, alterações antropométricas, bioquímicas e clínicas de adolescentes do sexo feminino. MÉTODOS: Foram avaliadas 113 adolescentes de escolas públicas de Viçosa, MG, divididas em três grupos: grupo 1 - constituído por adolescentes eutróficas com excesso de gordura corpórea; grupo 2 - eutróficas com gordura corpórea dentro dos limites de normalidade; e grupo 3 - com excesso de peso e de gordura corpórea. Peso, estatura, circunferência da cintura e quadril, pressão arterial foram aferidos. O índice de massa corporal (IMC e a relação cintura-quadril foram calculados. O porcentual de gordura corpórea foi obtido pela impedância bioelétrica horizontal, seguindo protocolo próprio para a referida avaliação. A avaliação do porcentual de gordura corpórea e bioquímica foi realizada após 12 horas de jejum, sendo analisados perfil lipídico, glicemia e insulina, homocisteína, leptina e Proteína C Reativa. A resistência à insulina foi calculada pelo índice HOMA. RESULTADOS: O grupo das adolescentes eutróficas, com elevada adiposidade, comportou-se, em relação à pressão arterial, fração HDL e glicemia, de modo semelhante às adolescentes com excesso de peso. Pode-se perceber que o índice HOMA, a insulina e a leptina aumentaram de acordo com o aumento da gordura corpórea. Mais da metade das adolescentes apresentava valores de colesterol total e PCR acima dos níveis recomendados. A alteração metabólica mais evidente relacionou-se ao perfil lipídico para os grupos estudados. CONCLUSÃO: O excesso de adiposidade em adolescentes eutróficas pode estar relacionado a alterações bioquímicas e clínicas semelhantes àquelas encontradas em adolescentes com excesso de peso.FUNDAMENTO: Adolescentes con exceso de adiposidad y eutr

  12. Evolution of Corporate Essence

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    Fomcenco, Alex

    2016-01-01

    that applies to a traditional limited liability company. Its main distinctive attributes are corporate purpose, accountability of its management, and transparency requirements. Although, a Public Benefit Corporation does not impose any revolutionary amendments to the way the traditional corporations are......, it offers a legal framework where public benefit is more important than profits. As a corporate entity, Public Benefit Corporation already exists in numerous jurisdictions and those jurisdictions that do not yet facilitate creation of this corporate form should most definitely consider it....

  13. Managing Corporate Reputation Through Corporate Branding

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    Schultz, Majken; Hatch, Mary Jo; Adams, Nick

    2012-01-01

    This article, which concentrates on symbolic management by explaining the role of corporate branding in managing corporate reputation, using Novo Nordisk as a case study, presents three perspectives on corporate branding: the marketing perspective, the organisational perspective and the co...... is a way to influence corporate reputation. The Novo Nordisk management believes the data indicate that corporate branding influenced reputation more than the other way around. Formal brand management practices may work considerably better when they complement rather than try to control existing forces......-creation perspective. The three perspectives reviewed show the possibility of developing a multidisciplinary conceptualisation of corporate branding. They all offer insights important to managing organisations as corporate brands in a multi-stakeholder context and thus to the likelihood that corporate branding...

  14. The impact of breast reconstruction on self-esteem and body image in patients with breast cancer [Impacto de la reconstrucción mamaria sobre la autoestima y la imagen corporal en pacientes con cáncer de mama

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    Agustín Martín Rodríguez

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available The surgical treatment of breast cancer can change patients’ physical ap- pearance and lead to important physical sequelae. Therefore, in order to ascertain whether the level of satisfaction with the aesthetic outcome, as well as with regard to self-esteem or the body image in these patients, dif- fers depending on the kind of surgery undergone (unilateral mastectomy or breast reconstruction, a total of 72 patients were studied. To this end, a Psychosocial Survey, the Rosenberg Self-Esteem (RSE Scale, the EORTC Quality of Life Questionnaire (QLQ-BR23, and the Test for the Measure- ment of Body Satisfaction were used. In general, patients who underwent reconstruction showed a higher degree of aesthetic satisfaction, as well as greater self-esteem and a lower degree of dissatisfaction regarding their body image.El tratamiento quirúrgico del cáncer de mama puede alterar el aspecto físico de las pacientes y producirles importantes secuelas psicológicas. Así, para comprobar si el nivel de satisfacción con el resultado estético, así como la autoestima o la imagen corporal de estas pacientes difería según el tipo de cirugía realizada (mastectomía unilateral o reconstrucción mamaria, se estudiaron un total de 72 pacientes. Para ello se empleó una Encuesta Psicosocial, la Escala de Autoestima de Rosenberg (EAR, el Cuestionario de Calidad de Vida de la EORTC (QLQ-BR23, y el Test de Medición del Grado de Satisfacción Corporal. En general, las pacientes reconstruidas mostraron una mayor satisfacción estética, así como una mayor autoestima y un menor deterioro de su imagen corporal.

  15. Corporate governance cycles during transition

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    Mygind, Niels; Demina, Natalia; Gregoric, Aleksandra

    2004-01-01

    -ing or exit stage. During transition the cycle reflects: privatization often with a high proportion of employee ownership like in Russia and in Slovenia; strong pressures for restructuring and owner-ship changes; limited possibility for external finance because of embryonic development of the fi......-nancial system. To provide simple hypothesis tests, we use Russian enterprise data for 1995-2003 and Slovenian data covering 1998-2003. In spite of differences in institutional development, con-cerning privatization and development of corporate governance institutions, we find that govern-ance cycles are broadly...... of ownership on managers, external domestic and foreign owners. JEL-codes: G3, J5, P2, P3 - Keywords: corporate governance, life-cycle, privatization, ownership change, transition economies, Russia and Slovenia....

  16. Body mass index and its relationship to mental disorders in the Mexican Adolescent Mental Health Survey Índice de masa corporal y su relación con los trastornos mentales en la Encuesta de Salud Mental en Adolescentes de México

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    Guilherme Borges

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: To assess the association between body mass index (BMI and the prevalence of psychiatric disorders among Mexico City adolescents. MATERIAL AND METHODS: Household survey of 3005 adolescents aged 12 to 17 residing in Mexico City in 2005 (response rate = 71%. Face to face interviews were carried out in the homes of participants with informed consent from a parent and/or legal guardian and the assent of the adolescent was obtained. Logistic regression analyses were performed. RESULTS: We only found an association between extremely low BMI and impulse control disorders. Elevated BMI was associated with impulse control disorders only among females. Specific impulse control disorders associated with low BMI included intermittent explosive disorder and conduct disorder. Only intermittent explosive disorder was associated with elevated BMI. CONCLUSION: Among Mexican adolescents, those with extremely high or extremely low BMI were more likely to have impulse control disorders than were adolescents with normal BMI.OBJETIVO: Evaluar la asociación entre el índice de masa corporal (IMC y la prevalencia de trastornos psiquiátricos en adolescentes de la Ciudad de México. MATERIAL Y MÉTODOS: 3005 adolescentes entre 12 y 17 años fueron entrevistados en 2005 (tasa de respuesta =71%. Las entrevistas cara a cara se hicieron en los hogares de los participantes seleccionados después del consentimiento de los padres o tutores. Se utilizó regresión logística. RESULTADOS: Sólo se encontró asociación entre IMC extremadamente bajo y trastornos de control de impulsos. El IMC elevado estuvo asociado con trastornos de control de impulsos sólo en las mujeres. Los trastornos de control de impulsos específicamente relacionados con bajo IMC incluyen el trastorno explosivo intermitente y el trastorno de conducta. El alto IMC estuvo relacionado únicamente con el trastorno explosivo intermitente. CONCLUSIÓN: Entre los adolescentes mexicanos, es m

  17. Corporate Bonds in Denmark

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    Tell, Michael

    2015-01-01

    Corporate financing is the choice between capital generated by the corporation and capital from external investors. However, since the financial crisis shook the markets in 2007–2008, financing opportunities through the classical means of financing have decreased. As a result, corporations have...... to think in alternative ways such as issuing corporate bonds. A market for corporate bonds exists in countries such as Norway, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States, while Denmark is still behind in this trend. Some large Danish corporations have instead used foreign corporate bonds...... markets. However, NASDAQ OMX has introduced the First North Bond Market in December 2012 and new regulatory framework came into place in 2014, which may contribute to a Danish based corporate bond market. The purpose of this article is to present the regulatory changes in Denmark in relation to corporate...

  18. Relación de medidas bovinométricas y de composición corporal in vivo con el peso de la canal en novillos Brahman en el valle del Sinú.

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    Álvarez F. L. A.

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available En dos hatos de cría y ceba de la costa caribe de Colombia (50 msnm, 28°C y 65% de humedad relativa se formaron dos grupos contemporáneos de machos Brahman para evaluar el crecimiento posdestete y producción de carne (pesos, bovinometría, medidas de composición corporal y canal: Un grupo de 17 Brahman Rojo (BR y otro de 23 Brahman Gris (BG fueron cebados en praderas de Angleton Dichantium aristatum. El Peso Ajustado al Destete (PAD, Peso Ajustado al Año (PAA, Peso Ajustado a los 18 meses (PA18, Peso Ajustado a los 24 meses (PA24 para machos BG y BR fueron respectivamente: 211, 229, 418 y 477 kg; y 240, 246, 386 y 432 kg. Diferencias en crecimiento posdestete fueron encontradas entre variedades Brahman (< 0.05. También hubo diferencias significativas (<0.05 para medidas de Longitud Corporal y Perímetro torácico. En Medidas de Área de Ojo de Lomo (AOL18 se hallaron diferencias significativas (<0.05. En general, se observaron correlaciones altas entre medidas de peso y medidas bovinométricas. Las correlaciones más altas (> 0.80 entre medidas in vivo y en Canal fueron entre Peso de Canal/Total Carne Aprovechable (PCC/TCA y PA18, AOL18 y PCC/TCA, y estas fueron predictivas, sirviendo para obtener modelos de regresión que calcularon el PCC y TCA. ABSTRACT Relationship between linear and body composition measurements with carcass weight In Brahman steers in the Sinu valley. In two finishing ranches located at the caribean coast of Colombia at 50 m.a.s.l., 29°C and relative humidity of 65%, was carried out a postweaning growth and beef production study (weight, body, composition and carcass measurements using two comtemporary groups of Brahman steers. A group made up of seventeen pure Red Brahman RB and the other of 23 pure Grey Brahman GB was finishing in grazing system on pasture Dichantium aristatum. Body weight at Weaning Weight WW, Yearling Weight YW, 18 months, weight 18W and 24 months weight 24W for GB and RB respectively

  19. Fortune 500 Corporate Headquarters

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    Department of Homeland Security — Large Corporate Headquarters in the United States This database is composed of 'an annual list of the 500 largest industrial corporations in the U.S., published by...

  20. Elaboración y aplicación de una guía didáctica de técnicas grafoplásticas “Creando con panchito” para el desarrollo del esquema corporal en niños de 3 años del centro deeducación inicial Virginia Gallegos de Gándara de la ciudad de Riobamba, en el año lectivo 2013-2014.

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    Rodney Danilo, Quintanilla Guerrero

    2015-01-01

    El presente trabajo de investigación titulado:Elaboración y aplicación de una guía didáctica de técnicas grafoplásticas “Creando con Panchito”se planteó y estructuró con el objetivo de desarrollar el esquema corporal de los niños y niñas de 3 años,estimulando el proceso evolutivo de los niños y niñas para el reconocimiento de las partes del cuerpo, el mismo que se ejecutó en el Centro de Educación Inicial Virginia Gallegos de Gándara de la ciudad de Riobamba, en el año lectivo 2013-2014. El d...

  1. Information and Corporate Cultures.

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    Drake, Miriam A.

    1984-01-01

    This paper defines "corporate culture" (set of values and beliefs shared by people working in an organization which represents employees' collective judgments about future) and discusses importance of corporate culture, nature of corporate cultures in business and academia, and role of information in shaping present and future corporate…

  2. Impacto de la educación participativa en el índice de masa corporal y glicemia en individuos obesos con diabetes tipo 2 Impact of participatory education on body mass index and blood glucose in obese type-2 diabetics

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    Carlos Enrique Cabrera-Pivaral

    2004-02-01

    Full Text Available La obesidad eleva el riesgo de morbilidad y mortalidad y se ha relacionado con los hábitos alimentarios y estos con la educación en salud. Esta última tiene como propósito promover la participación de los enfermos en mejorar los comportamientos humanos y estilos de vida saludables y mostrar las ventajas de la educación participativa en la modificación del Índice de Masa Corporal (IMC en el diabético obeso tipo 2. Se realizó un estudio cuasi experimental con asignación aleatoria de dos grupos de pacientes diabéticos obesos. La intervención educativa-participativa se organizó mediante el proceso de reflexión-acción. Se efectuaron mediciones del IMC basal y mensuales durante los 9 meses de la intervención educativa. Los grupos fueron controlados tomando en cuenta edad y sexo. El análisis estadístico se efectuó con el estadígrafo de t de students con diferencia de media para grupos relacionados. El grupo control logra un valor promedio de IMC basal de 33.89 ± 1.96 y al final de 33.2 ± 2.15 (t: 22.4; p: 0.16, el grupo de experimento con valor inicial de 33.63 ± 2.12 y final de 31.54 ± 1.71 (t: 11.55; p = 0.003. La intervención educativa participativa contribuye a mejorar el nivel de IMC en los diabéticos obesos 2.Exogenous obesity increases morbidity and mortality risk and has been associated with nutritional habits, which in turn can be affected by health education. Health education aims to promote patient participation in achieving behavior change and healthy lifestyles. The objective of this study is to show the advantages of participatory education in the modification of body mass index (BMI in obese type-2 diabetics. A quasi-experimental study was performed with random allocation of two patient groups. The educational intervention was organized through a reflection-action process. BMI was measured at baseline and then monthly for 9 months during the intervention. The groups were analyzed by age and sex. Statistical

  3. INTEGRATED CORPORATE STRATEGY MODEL

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    CATALINA SORIANA SITNIKOV

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available Corporations are at present operating in demanding and highly unsure periods, facing a mixture of increased macroeconomic need, competitive and capital market dangers, and in many cases, the prospect for significant technical and regulative gap. Throughout these demanding and highly unsure times, the corporations must pay particular attention to corporate strategy. In present times, corporate strategy must be perceived and used as a function of various fields, covers, and characters as well as a highly interactive system. For the corporation's strategy to become a competitive advantage is necessary to understand and also to integrate it in a holistic model to ensure sustainable progress of corporation activities under the optimum conditions of profitability. The model proposed in this paper is aimed at integrating the two strategic models, Hoshin Kanri and Integrated Strategy Model, as well as their consolidation with the principles of sound corporate governance set out by the OECD.

  4. Corporate Finance, Incomplete Contracts, and Corporate Control

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    Patrick Bolton

    2014-01-01

    This essay in celebration of Grossman and Hart (GH) (Grossman, S., and H. Oliver. 1986. "The Costs and Benefits of Ownership: A Theory of Vertical and Lateral Integration," 94 Journal of Political Economy 691–719.) discusses how the introduction of incomplete contracts has fundamentally changed economists’ perspectives on corporate finance and control. Before GH, the dominant theory in corporate finance was the tradeoff theory pitting the tax advantages of debt (relative to equity) against ba...

  5. The Convergence of Corporate Governance Practices in Global Firms

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    Lindop, Charlotte

    2012-01-01

    The matter of convergence in corporate governance practices has gained prominence in recent years as it becomes apparent that globalization in the capital markets has led to the expectation of transparency and accountability by investors, traits typically associated with firms based in the United Kingdom and United States. Whilst there is some argument for why there may be a persistence of diversity in corporate governance practices, there is more support for the view that there will be a con...

  6. 173. Carcinoma renal con trombosis de vena cava y extensión a aurícula derecha: Una técnica novedosa sin hipotermia profunda ni parada cardiocirculatoria

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    A.M. Bel Mínguez

    2012-04-01

    Resultados: No hubo muertes quirúrgicas ni intrahospitalarias. El tiempo medio de circulación extracorpórea (CEC fue de 189 min. La estancia media en la unidad de cuidados intensivos (UCI fue de 7 días (rango 4–33 y la estancia postoperatoria media de 19 días (rango 15–60. Hubo un caso de tromboembolismo pulmonar (TEP intraoperatorio. Un paciente desarrolló una encefalopatía hipoxicoanóxica.

  7. The Corporate Marketing Department

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    Ritter, Thomas; Eggert, Andreas; Münkhoff, Eva

    Corporate marketing has been downsized or eliminated in many firms. At the same time, firms that still own a corporate marketing department struggle with organizing and positioning their commercial front‐end. The question arises whether firms need a corporate marketing department, and if so, how...... it can best add value to the firm. Based on a qualitative study among B2B companies, we develop a conceptual framework highlighting the various parental roles through which corporate marketing can contribute to overall firm and business unit performance. In addition, we identify five gaps that restrain...... successful outcomes of corporate marketing activities. In sum, our framework provides important insights on how to successfully organize corporate marketing activities....

  8. 25 CFR 226.8 - Corporation and corporate information.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 25 Indians 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Corporation and corporate information. 226.8 Section 226... RESERVATION LANDS FOR OIL AND GAS MINING Leasing Procedure, Rental and Royalty § 226.8 Corporation and corporate information. (a) If the applicant for a lease is a corporation, it shall file evidence of...

  9. 78 FR 52982 - Experian, Experian US Headquarters: Corporate Departments (Finance, HRMD, Contracts, Corporate...

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    ...,506R] Experian, Experian US Headquarters: Corporate Departments (Finance, HRMD, Contracts, Corporate... Headquarters: Corporate Departments (finance, HRMD, Contracts, Corporate Marketing, Global Corporate Systems... (finance, HRMD, Contracts, Corporate Marketing, Global Corporate Systems, Legal & Regulatory, Risk...

  10. Creating corporate advantage.

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    Collis, D J; Montgomery, C A

    1998-01-01

    What differentiates truly great corporate strategies from the merely adequate? How can executives at the corporate level create tangible advantage for their businesses that makes the whole more than the sum of the parts? This article presents a comprehensive framework for value creation in the multibusiness company. It addresses the most fundamental questions of corporate strategy: What businesses should a company be in? How should it coordinate activities across businesses? What role should the corporate office play? How should the corporation measure and control performance? Through detailed case studies of Tyco International, Sharp, the Newell Company, and Saatchi and Saatchi, the authors demonstrate that the answers to all those questions are driven largely by the nature of a company's special resources--its assets, skills, and capabilities. These range along a continuum from the highly specialized at one end to the very general at the other. A corporation's location on the continuum constrains the set of businesses it should compete in and limits its choices about the design of its organization. Applying the framework, the authors point out the common mistakes that result from misaligned corporate strategies. Companies mistakenly enter businesses based on similarities in products rather than the resources that contribute to competitive advantage in each business. Instead of tailoring organizational structures and systems to the needs of a particular strategy, they create plain-vanilla corporate offices and infrastructures. The company examples demonstrate that one size does not fit all. One can find great corporate strategies all along the continuum.

  11. Corporate Business Diplomacy

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    Søndergaard, Mikael

    2014-01-01

    This article illustrates the interdisciplinary nature of the field of corporate business diplomacy using examples from academic disciplines, such as economics and political science, which can contribute to the understanding of corporate business diplomacy. Examples also show that corporate business...... diplomacy can complement business theories such as stakeholder theory and agency theory. Examples from practice show that in a broad sense, corporate business diplomacy is concerned with managing external stakeholders, while in a narrow sense, it is concerned with managing internal stakeholders....... The usefulness of an analytical research triangulation is illustrated....

  12. Influência da irrigação intraperitoneal de solução salina em diferentes temperaturas na formação de aderências e prevenção de hipotermia após pneumoperitônio em ratos

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    Oswaldo Lourenço de Molla Neto

    Full Text Available Este estudo experimental em ratos avalia a influência da irrigação da cavidade peritoneal com solução salina isotônica (0,9 %, em diferentes temperaturas, na formação de aderências peritoneais e prevenção de hipotermia após pneumoperitônio. Foram utilizados 80 ratos divididos em quatro grupos de 20 animais: grupo controle (G1 sem irrigação, grupos com irrigação a temperatura ambiente 22,0°C (G2, a 35,0°C (G3 e a 45,0°C (G4. A análise da hipotermia foi realizada através da monitorização da temperatura retal em três diferentes momentos: após a anestesia (T1, cinco minutos depois da insuflação de dióxido de carbono (T2 e cinco minutos após a irrigação com solução salina (T3. Os animais foram sacrificados no 28º dia de pós-operatório. Observaram-se aderências nos grupos com irrigação, sendo que, com salina à temperatura de 45,0ºC houve maior formação de aderências (30,0% , porém, esta diferença não foi significante. No G2 ocorreu uma queda significante na temperatura média retal quando comparada aos demais grupos, demonstrando que a hipotermia na cirurgia laparoscópica pode ser reduzida com o uso de solução salina aquecida.

  13. Corporate Governance Country Assessment : Malaysia

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    2012-01-01

    This report assesses Ghana s corporate governance policy framework. It highlights recent improvements in corporate governance regulation, makes policy recommendations, and provides investors with a benchmark against which to measure corporate governance in Ghana. It is an update of the 2005 Corporate Governance ROSC. Good corporate governance enhances investor trust, helps to protects mino...

  14. Liposucción con diodo láser 980-nm (LSDL 980-nm: optimización de protocolo seguro en cirugía de contorno corporal Body contouring using laser diode 980-nm (LSDL 980-nm assisted lipolysis: a safe procedure

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    P. Centurión

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available La disponibilidad en el mercado de una gran gama de equipos de láser de diferentes potencias y longitudes de onda para su aplicación en el tejido graso, así como la existencia de diversos trabajos científicos sobre el tema con resultados opuestos, han causado gran confusión y dudas sobre la técnica de láser-lipolisis entre los cirujanos plásticos. Presentamos un protocolo quirúrgico de liposucción con diodo-láser de 980-nm (LSDL 980-nm aplicado en 240 pacientes. Evaluamos la seguridad de la técnica según el índice de complicaciones sufrido, así como la evolución en el post-operatorio de los pacientes tratados. Empleamos un equipo diodo-láser-980 nm (ORlight ®, cuya energía llevamos a través de una fibra de 600 μm. Esto se traduce en la aplicación de 99 J por cada cm² de área tratada, con un espesor de hasta 4 cm de tejido adiposo subcutáneo. No tuvimos complicaciones mayores, tipo quemaduras y entre las complicaciones menores, que fueron de un 48.33 % (116 pacientes, encontramos equímosis mínimas (menos del 2 % de superficie corporal. El tiempo que los pacientes requirieron para controlar el dolor postoperatorio fue de entre 1 y 2 días. Consideramos importante la incorporación de la LSDL-980 nm por ser una técnica menos traumática y con bajo índice de complicaciones, que reduce el periodo de recuperación de los pacientes, provoca una importante retracción de la piel y disminuye el dolor postoperatorio.The availability of multiple laser systems on the market with different power and wavelengths and the existence of several scientific papers with contradictory presents, have created great confusion and doubts among plastic surgeons with regard to the laser lipolysis technique. We report a surgical protocol for liposuction diode laser-980 nm (LSDL-980 nm applied to 240 patients. We evaluate the security of the technique according to the complication rate and the postoperative development of patients submitted to

  15. Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Oil Corporations to ...

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    Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Oil Corporations to Host ... Exxon Mobil and Elf oil Nigeria Limited within their corporate-community relations strategy in the ... The paper concludes by exploring the implications for partnerships' ...

  16. VARIACIONES EN EL PESO Y LA CONDICIÓN CORPORAL POSTPARTO Y SU RELACIÓN CON ALGUNOS PARÁMETROS DE EFICIENCIA REPRODUCTIVA EN VACAS CEBÚ VARIATION IN POSPARTUM WEIGHT AND BODY CONDITION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH SOME REPRODUCTIVE EFFICIENCY PARAMETERS IN ZEBU CATTLE

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    Camilo Andrés Mejía Osorio

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available La presente investigación se realizó en una zona de vida de bh-T a una altura promedio de 82 msnm con temperatura de 28ºC. Se emplearon 40 vacas Cebú multíparas, en pastoreo, a las cuales se les monitorearon las variaciones de peso y de condición corporal 15 días antes del parto, al momento del parto y a partir de este cada 15 días hasta los 135 días postparto. Se recolectaron muestras sanguíneas a 25 de estas vacas para determinar la presencia de cuerpos cetónicos y realizar la dosificación de AGNE en suero. El número de parto, el peso y la condición corporal preparto y al momento del parto presentaron efecto significativo sobre el peso hasta los 120 días postparto y sobre la condición corporal hasta los 135 días postparto, cuando fueron analizados como valor absoluto (r² desde 0,32 hasta 0,95; P The present study was conducted in the bh-T life zone at an elevation of 82 masl and a mean temperature of 28°C. Forty multiparous Zebu cows in pasture were monitored for weight and body condition changes fifteen days before calving, at calving and every fifteen days for 135 days after calving. Blood samples of 25 of these cows were taken to determine the presence of ketonic bodies and conduct NEFA dosages in serum. Calving order, weight and body condition both prepartum and at calving had significant effects on weight up to 120 days postpartum and on body condition up to 135 days postpartum, when analyzed as absolute values (r² from 0,32 to 0,95; P < 0,003 and r² from 0,35 to 0,62; P < 0,001, respectively. When the same variables were analyzed as percentages of the prepartum value, calving order significantly affected weight between 15 and 60 days pospartum (r² from 0,15 to 0,21; P < 0,05. Ketone bodies were not detected via the semi-quantitative test proposed. A positive correlation was documented between weight values and body condition (r from 0,45 to 0,82; P < 0,003 and negative correlations were documented between NEFA and

  17. Strategic corporate sustainability

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    Grewatsch, Sylvia; Rohrbeck, René; Madsen, Henning

    antecedents and outcomes. To overcome this limitation we propose an integrated typology which may facilitate more research on the link between corporate sustainability performance (CSP) and corporate financial performance (CFP). Our expectation is that the strategy type might play a moderating or mediating...

  18. The Corporate Law Curriculum

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    Mofsky, James S.

    1976-01-01

    On the premise that corporate counsel must be an able diagnostician before he can focus on highly specialized and interrelated issues of business law, the author suggests an approach to corporate law curriculum in which the basic course balances the quality and quantity of material designed to create the needed sensitivity. (JT)

  19. Corporate design management

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    drs. Patrick van Thiel; drs. Wil Michels

    2006-01-01

    'Corporate designmanagement' is een vlot geschreven en zeer overzichtelijk standaardwerk op het gebied van corporate designmanagement. Een sterke visuele identiteit is voor een organisatie een doeltreffend middel om zich te positioneren en te profileren. Voorwaarde is wel dat de visuele identiteit

  20. Corporation as climate ambassador

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    Trapp, Leila

    2012-01-01

    At a time when corporations are addressing increasingly complex, global corporate social responsibility (CSR) issues, this study examines and evaluates the strategies used in Vattenfall’s challenging and innovative CSR campaign which aimed at establishing the energy company as a credible climate...

  1. Understanding Corporate Culture.

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    Cluff, Gary A.

    1988-01-01

    Considers concept of corporate culture and discusses several values which can be considered when assessing corporate culture, and the "compatibility scales" used to measure them. Included are discussions of employee attitudes, work atmosphere, internal communications, management style, employment opportunity, stability, business ethics, corporate…

  2. Piercing the corporate veil

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    Goodwin, L.M.

    1992-01-01

    This article addresses the potential problems an economically troubled subsidiary can cause a parent company and offers strategies for insulating the trouble through good business practices and careful planning. The topics of the article include corporations and limited liability, piercing the corporate veil, environmental cleanup liabilities, and avoiding trouble

  3. Corporate Media Governance

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    Kempen, Petrus Cornelis

    2011-01-01

    The media can make or break a reputation. This being said, it seems to be essential for companies, governments and institutions to pay specific attention to corporate media management in their daily operations. However, this thesis shows that they often neglect to pay adequate attention to corporate

  4. Reinventing Corporate Communications.

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    Toth, Elizabeth L.; Trujillo, Nick

    1987-01-01

    Urges a "re-inventing" of corporate communications in today's organizations, and provides information about how corporations can change in new and positive ways during the current "information age." Discusses specific public relations and organizational communication concepts essential for a comprehensive understanding of…

  5. Corporate Language Policies

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    Sanden, Guro Refsum

    This paper offers a review of literature dealing with language policies in general and corporate language policies in particular. Based on a discussion of various definitions of these concepts within two research traditions, i.e. sociolinguistics and international management, a three......-level definition of corporate language policies is presented, emphasising that a corporate language policy is a context-specific policy about language use. The three-level definition is based on the argument that in order to acquire a complete understanding of what corporate language policies involve, one needs...... to consider three progressive questions; 1) what is a policy? 2) what is a language policy?, and ultimately, 3) what is a corporate language policy?...

  6. Corporate Language Policies

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    Sanden, Guro Refsum

    2015-01-01

    This paper offers a review of literature dealing with language policies in general and corporate language policies in particular. Based on a discussion of various definitions of these concepts within two research traditions, i.e. sociolinguistics and international management, a three......-level definition of corporate language policies is presented, emphasising that a corporate language policy is a context-specific policy about language use. The three-level definition is based on the argument that in order to acquire a complete understanding of what corporate language policies involve, one needs...... to consider three progressive questions; 1) what is a policy? 2) what is a language policy?, and ultimately, 3) what is a corporate language policy?...

  7. Corporate Blogging For Dummies

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    Karr, Douglas

    2010-01-01

    Establish a successful corporate blog to reach your customers. Corporate blogs require careful planning and attention to legal and corporate policies in order for them to be productive and effective. This fun, friendly, and practical guide walks you through using blogging as a first line of communication to customers and explains how to protect your company and employees through privacy, disclosure, and moderation policies. Blogging guru Douglas Karr demonstrates how blogs are an ideal way to offer a conversational and approachable relationship with customers. You'll discover how to prepare, e

  8. European Corporate Law

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    Dorresteijn, Adriaan; Teichmann, Christoph; Werlauff, Erik

    , and the United Kingdom are taken into account; Italy is now included in this new edition. As in earlier editions, the authors demonstrate that analysis and comparison of national corporate laws yield highly valuable general principles and observations, not least because business organizations, wherever located...... initiatives in such aspects of the corporate environment as regulation of financial institutions and non-financial reporting obligations with a view to sustainability and other social responsibility concerns. The authors, all leading experts in European corporate law, describe current and emerging trends...

  9. Corporate income tax

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    Popová, Barbora

    2014-01-01

    1 RESUMÉ Corporate Income Tax The aim of this diploma thesis on "Corporate Income Tax" is to outline the current legal background of the corporate income tax and asses and evaluate the most substantial changes regarding the Act no. 586/1992 Coll., Income Tax Act, as amended that have become effective as of January 1, 2014. The changes discussed in this thesis include especially, but are not limited to, the changes adopted in connection with the recodification of Czech Civil Law. This thesis c...

  10. The Russia Corporate Governance Manual : Part I. Corporate Governance Introduced

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    International Finance Corporation; U.S. Department of Commerce

    2004-01-01

    The Russia corporate governance manual has been divided into and is published in six parts: (i) corporate governance introduced; (ii) good board practices; (iii) shareholder rights; (iv) information disclosure and transparency; (v) special focus section; and (vi) annexes model corporate governance documents. The first four parts contain chapters that focus on core corporate governance issu...

  11. Corporate Sustainable Development Assessment Base on the Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Sun Mei; Nagata Katsuya; Onoda Hiroshi

    2011-01-01

    With the resource exhaustion, bad affections of human activities and the awakening of the human rights, the corporate social responsibility became popular corporate strategy achieving sustainable development of both corporation and society. The issue of Guideline of Chinese Corporate Social Responsibility Report promotes greatly corporation to take social responsibility. This paper built the index system according to this guideline and takes the textile industry as an exa...

  12. Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance: Evidence from Korea

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    Choi, Jong-Seo; Kwak, Young-Min; Choe, Chongwoo

    2010-01-01

    This paper studies the empirical relation between corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate financial performance in Korea using a sample of 1122 firm-years during 2002-2008. We measure corporate social responsibility by both an equal-weighted CSR index and a stakeholder-weighted CSR index suggested by Akpinar et al. (2008). Corporate financial performance is measured by ROE, ROA and Tobin’s Q. We find a positive and significant relation between corporate financial performance and t...

  13. The corporate security professional

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    Petersen, Karen Lund

    2013-01-01

    In our age of globalization and complex threat environments, every business is called upon to manage security. This tendency is reflected in the fact that a wide range of businesses increasingly think about security in broad terms and strive to translate national security concerns into corporate...... speech. This article argues that the profession of the security manager has become central for understanding how the relationship between national and corporate security is currently negotiated. The national security background of most private sector security managers makes the corporate security...... professional inside the company a powerful hybrid agent. By zooming in on the profession and the practice of national security inside companies, the article raises questions about where to draw the line between corporate security and national security along with the political consequences of the constitution...

  14. Corporate Involvement in C AI

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    Baker, Justine C.

    1978-01-01

    Historic perspective of computer manufacturers and their contribution to CAI. Corporate CAI products and services are mentioned, as is a forecast for educational involvement by computer corporations. A chart of major computer corporations shows gross sales, net earnings, products and services offered, and other corporate information. (RAO)

  15. Corporate Governance Country Assessment : Uruguay

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    World Bank

    2005-01-01

    This report provides an assessment of Uruguay's corporate governance policy framework, enforcement and compliance practices. It highlights recent improvements in corporate governance regulation, makes policy recommendations, and provides investors with a benchmark against which to measure corporate governance in Uruguay. The report identifies several key next steps that focus on implementation including: Improving corporate information, particularly ownership disclosure, related party transac...

  16. Corporate Governance and Shareholder Litigation

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    Kalchev, Georgi

    2009-01-01

    The probability for shareholder litigation is studied and how corporate governance characteristics and other factors explain it. Shareholder litigation results from failure of corporate governance. Thus a better quality of corporate governance is hypothesized to decrease the litigation probability. Corporate governance index is constructed based on principal components. It is found to be a significant predictor of shareholder litigation.

  17. Corporate risk management : an overview

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    Oosterhof, Casper M.

    2001-01-01

    Corporate risk management and hedging are important activities within financial as well as non-financial corporations. Under the assumptions of Modigliani and Miller [1958], corporate risk management is a redundant activity. However, the existence of market imperfections can explain the corporate

  18. The Corporations Act 2001

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    Bostock, Tom

    2002-01-01

    The author outlines reforms made in Australia in the area of company law with an analysis of the Corporations Act 2001, which along with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 comprises Corporations legislation in Australia. Article by Tom Bostock (a partner in the law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques, Melbourne, Australia). Published in Amicus Curiae - Journal of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and its Society for Advanced Legal Studies. The Journal is produced by...

  19. Tax planning in corporation

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    Nevodnicheva, Yulia

    2010-01-01

    This thesis "Tax planning in corporation" puts brain to legal entity income tax and it is looking for possible solutions in tax planning in corporation. The first part deals with the tax theory, the other part is the theory of tax planning, comparison of tax regimes and tax policy and tax revenue by optimizing both internationally and in the local aspect. The last part discusses options for optimizing tax

  20. Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Kampf, Constance

    2007-01-01

    Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as having explicit policies and implicit norms situated in cultural systems highlights the connections between institutional and cultural structures of nation states and business' commitment to CSR as reflected in the strategies used to communic......Understanding Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as having explicit policies and implicit norms situated in cultural systems highlights the connections between institutional and cultural structures of nation states and business' commitment to CSR as reflected in the strategies used...

  1. Social responsibility of corporations

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    Babić Jovan

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available The issue at stake in the article is corporate social responsibility. There are two rival theories regarding this issue. According to the classical theory managers are responsible to owners (stockholders and their obligation is to pursue the goal of maximizing the profit. According to the other, stakeholder theory, the interests of all corporate stakeholders, all those affected by business, not only stockholders, must be taken in consideration. In the paper these two theories are subject of thorough ethical analysis.

  2. Improving Corporate Governance Practices

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    M. Huse; J. Gabrielsson; A. Minichilli

    2009-01-01

    Peak performing organizations may benefit from active value creating boards. Suggestions to improve board behaviour and corporate governance practices are presented in this article. The suggestions result from findings in the “Valued Creating Board” research programme. However, active boards working in a shareholder activism framework may destroy rather than support value creation processes within firms. In peak performing organizations corporate governance practices should be designed and de...

  3. Corporate Risk Disclosure and Corporate Governance

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    Kaouthar Lajili

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available To date, research which integrates corporate governance and risk management has been limited. Yet, risk exposure and management are increasingly becoming the core function of modern business enterprises in various sectors and industries domestically and globally. Risk identification and management are crucial in any business strategy design and implementation. From the investors’ point of view, knowledge of the risk profile, risk appetite and risk management are key elements in making sound portfolio investment decisions. This paper examines the relationships between corporate governance mechanisms and risk disclosure behavior using a sample of Canadian publicly-traded companies (TSX 230. Results show that Canadian public companies are more likely to disclose risk management information over and above the mandatory risk disclosures, if they are larger in size and if their boards of directors have more independent members. Minority voting control ownership structures appear to negatively impact risk disclosure and CEO incentive compensation shows mixed results. The paper concludes that more research is needed to further assess the impact of various governance mechanisms on corporate risk management and disclosure behavior.

  4. Miembro fantasma y otras trastornos del esquema corporal Phantom limb and other alterations of the corporal scheme

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    Francisco Lopera Restrepo

    1995-03-01

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    Se hace una revisión sobre los fenómenos de miembro, sensación y dolor fantasmas que se presentan en pacientes con pérdida súbita de una porción de la estructura corporal. Estos fenómenos fantasmas sugieren la existencia de una representación cerebral del cuerpo que se construye a nivel cortical con ayuda de las experiencias vividas por el sujeto en relación con su propio cuerpo. La existencia de una representación cerebral compleja del propio cuerpo se relaciona con una variada semiología de trastornos del esquema corporal que puede ser detectada en las clínicas neuropsicológica y neuropsiquiátrica.

    A review is presented on the phantom phenomena (limb, sensation and pain, that appear in patients with sudden loss of a portion of the corporal structure. These phenomena suggest the existence of a brain representation of the body, built at the cortical level partially as a result of previous experiences with ones own body. Alterations of the brain's corporal scheme give rise to rich neuropsychological and neuropsychiatric manifestations.

  5. Expression of HSP70 in cerebral ischemia and neuroprotetive action of hypothermia and ketoprofen Expressão de HSP70 na isquemia cerebral e a ação neuroprotetora da hipotermia e do cetoprofeno

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    Daniela Pretti da Cunha Tirapelli

    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available Heat shock proteins (HSPs are molecular chaperones that bind to other proteins to shepherd them across membranes and direct them to specific locations within a cell. Several injurious stimuli can induce Hsp70 expression, including ischemia. This study aimed to investigate the pattern of expression of protein (immunohistochemistry and gene (real-time PCR Hsp70 in experimental focal cerebral ischemia in rats by occlusion of the middle cerebral artery for 1 hour and the role of neuroprotection with hypothermia (H and ketoprofen (K. The infarct volume was measured using morphometric analysis defined by triphenyl tetrazolium chloride. It was observed increases in the protein (p=0.0001 and gene (p=0.0001 Hsp70 receptor in the ischemic areas that were reduced by H (protein and gene: pProteínas de choque térmico (HSPs são chaperones moleculares que se ligam a outras proteínas para atravessar as membranas e encaminhá-las para locais específicos dentro de uma célula. Vários estímulos nocivos podem induzir a expressão de Hsp70, incluindo isquemia. Este estudo teve como objetivo investigar o padrão de expressão protéica (imunohistoquímica e gênica (PCR em tempo real de Hsp70 na isquemia cerebral focal experimental em ratos pela oclusão da artéria cerebral média durante 1 hora e o papel da neuroproteção com hipotermia (H e cetoprofeno (C. O volume de infarto foi calculado através da análise morfométrica definido por cloreto de trifenil tetrazólio. Foi observado aumento na expressão proteína (p=0,0001 e gênica (p=0,0001 de Hsp70 nas áreas isquêmicas que foram reduzidas pela H (proteína e gene: p<0,05, C (proteína: p<0,001 e H+K (proteína: p<0,01 e gene: p<0,05. O aumento de Hsp70 na área isquêmica sugere que a neuroexcitotoxicidade mediada pela Hsp70 desempenha um papel importante na morte celular e que o efeito neuroprotetor tanto da H quanto do C está diretamente envolvido com a Hsp70.

  6. The Relationship of Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibilities and Corporate Financial Performance in One Continuum

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    Murwaningsari, Etty

    2010-01-01

    This study aims to identify the impact of Good Corporate Governance, represented by institutional ownership and managerial ownership, on Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance.It examines 126 manufacturing companies listed at the Indonesian Stock Exchange (IDX) and have issued audited financial statements for 2006. The statistical method used to test the hypothesis is Path Analysis. The main results suggest that Good Corporate Governance has effects on both Corpor...

  7. Hubungan Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibilities dan Corporate Financial Performance Dalam Satu Continuum

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    Etty Murwaningsari

    2009-01-01

    This research aims to identify the influence of Good Corporate Governance, represented by institutional ownership and managerial ownership, on Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance, and also to observe the possible influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on Corporate Financial Performance. This research examines 126 manufacturing companies which are listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange (ISX) and have issued an audited financial statement for 2006. The statist...

  8. APL: a corporate strategy.

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    Fox, J; Nyatanga, L; Ringer, C; Greaves, J

    1992-06-01

    This paper is based on, and summarises, papers read at the second annual international conference of Nurse Education Tomorrow held at the University of Durham (UK) September 1991. To this end this paper will offer: Some Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) definition and process as reflected in the literature available. A distinction will be made between APL and Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) although the procedures and processes for assessing them will be shown to be the same. A brief outline of corporate strategy, as it applies to APL, will be given to form the basis for logical demonstration of how Derbyshire Institute of Health and Community Studies has employed such a corporate strategy. Insights developed and gained from APL research currently being undertaken through the college of nursing and midwifery will be used to inform the development and nature of corporate strategy. A flowchart of the operationalisation of the corporate strategy is offered as an integrative summary of how all the APL ideas have had a positive cumulative effect. The paper finishes by highlighting the possible strengths and limitations of APL corporate strategy.

  9. The Politicization of Corporations

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    Garsten, Christina; Sörbom, Adrienne

    This paper departs from an interest in the involvement of business leaders in the sphere of politics, in the broad sense. At a general level, we are seeing a proliferation of usages of non-market corporate strategies, such as testimony, lobbying, interlocking of positions and other means...... that corporations find a strategically positioned amplifier for their non-market interests in the WEF. The WEF functions to enhance and gain leverage for their ideas and priorities in a highly selective and resourceful environment. In the long run, both the market priorities and the political interests of business...... as political. What is the role of business in the WEF, and how do business corporations advance their interests through the WEF? Empirically we depart from ethnographic field studies of the World Economic Forum, drawing on observations from WEF-events and interviews with participants and organizers. We propose...

  10. Corporate governance and liquidity

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    Farooq, Omar; Derrabi, Mohamed; Naciri, Monir

    2012-01-01

    This paper examines the impact of corporate governance mechanisms on liquidity in the MENA region, i.e. Morocco, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Kuwait, and Bahrain. Using turnover as a proxy for liquidity, we document significant difference in liquidity between the pre......- and the post-crisis periods in the MENA region. In addition, our results show that bulk of this reduction in turnover can be explained due to weaknesses of corporate governance mechanisms. For example, that dividend payout ratio and choice of auditors – proxies for agency problems – can explain the entire...... difference in liquidity between the two periods. Furthermore, our results indicate that more than 50% of this difference between the two periods can be explained by operational and informational complexity of a firm – proxy for transparency. We argue that poor corporate governance mechanisms increase...

  11. The Ethics of Deontology in Corporate Communication

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    Francis E.A. Owakah and Daniel R. Aswani

    Corporate communication, public relations, ethics, deontology, teleology. Introduction. Corporate .... function of a corporate communicator is necessary in strategy formulation and implementation. ..... Exploring Public Relations. Essex: Pearson.

  12. Iranian Corporations and Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Hadi Chapardar

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Comparative studies have demonstrated that the themes for corporate social responsibility (CSR initiatives are different among nations and geographic regions based on their cultural, political, legal, social, and economic contexts. In this research, which was conducted on 56 corporations from IMI100 (100 Iranian companies with highest annual sales, ranked by Industrial Management Institute or IMI, CSR themes in priority have been identified. Data collected from a semistructured questionnaire and some complementary interviews were analyzed against the results of a reference study over 100 companies from developed countries. The resulted themes, some of which may have several subthemes, were developed in three economic, environmental, and social categories. Beside these qualitative findings, two indices are constructed for indicating the “importance” of and “contribution” to each theme. The results and discussions are supposed to help business leaders, international companies inside Iran, governmental authorities, and researchers to improve CSR discussions and practices in the country where CSR undergoes a less structured platform.

  13. Estudo da função simpático-adrenal em crianças submetidas a cirurgia cardíaca com hipotermia de superfície, perfusão limitada e parada circulatória Simpathoadrenal function during cardiac surgery in infants using the technique of surface cooling, limited cardiopulmonary bypass and circulatory arrest

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    Richard K Firmin

    1988-04-01

    Full Text Available Os níveis de catecolamina plasmática foram medidos em 20 crianças (idade média de 6,00 ± 5,86 meses; peso médio 5,3 ± 1,82 kg, durante a correção de defeitos cardíacos congênitos, usando-se a hipotermia de superfície (26ºC, perfusão cardiopulmonar limitada e parada circulatória (15ºC. Adrenalina e noradrenalina plasmática foram dosadas em amostras sangüíneas arteriais seriadas, usando-se a cromatografia. A hipotermia de superfície produziu um significante aumento de ambas as catecolaminas. Durante o resfriamento central, os níveis caíram devido à hemodiluição. Após o período de parada circulatória (23/64 minutos, média de 41,3, ocorreu um aumento das catecolaminas plasmáticas, que persistiu durante o reaquecimento. Após o reaquecimento, as catecolaminas plasmáticas permaneceram elevadas até o final do ato cirúrgico. Nossos resultados mostram que a técnica de hipotermia de superfície, perfusão cardiopulmonar limitada e parada circulatória, sob as nossas condições de anestesia, produziu significante aumento da concentração de adrenalina e noradrenalina plasmática, porém o significado biológico é, ainda, inseguro.Plasma catecholamine levels were measured in 20 infants (mean age 6.0 ± 5.86 months; mean weigh 5.3 ± 1.82 Kg, undergoing correction of congenital heart defects using surface cooling (26ºC, limited cardiopulmonary bypass and circulatory arrest (15ºC. Plasma adrenaline and noradrenaline were assayed in serial arterial blood samples using cromatography and electrochemical techniques. Surface cooling produced a significant rise in adrenaline and noradrenaline: the levels of both catecholamines fell, however, during core-cooling on cardiopulmonary bypass. Following the period of circulatory arrest (23/64 min, mean 41.3 min, there was a further increase in plasma catecholamines, which persisted during rewarming. Following rewarming, plasma catecholamines remained elevated untill the end of the

  14. Corporate culture: It's impact on corporate life and business ...

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    Corporate culture: It's impact on corporate life and business practices in Nigeria. ... on the work behaviour of management strategists and business policy makers. ... culture include, multinational organizations as well as mergers/acquisitions.

  15. Corporate plan 1989

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    1988-12-01

    The paper presents the United Kingdom Science and Engineering Research Council's second Corporate Plan 1989. The Corporate Plan comprises statements of the current objectives of the Astronomy and Planetary Science Board, the Engineering Board, the Nuclear Physics Board, the Atmospheric Sciences and Computing Centre, along with a discussion of the mechanisms for their attainment. The Annex contains a description of some scientific highlights between 1985-1989, as well as a review of progress between 1984-5 to 1987-8. (U.K.)

  16. Trends in corporate greening

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    Madsen, Henning; Ulhøi, John Parm

    , if a general change of attitude has taken place in the business community or if companies just comply with the required minimum standard set by legislation. Based on a series of surveys this paper reports on the trends in implementing corporate environmental management in Danish industry up till the entrance......The concept of corporate environmental management has existed for the last two to three decades. Many companies have fully or partly adopted the concept in their efforts to eliminate or reduce the impacts on the natural environment caused by their business activities. The question is, however...

  17. Corporate Identity as a Factor of Corporate Security

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    Elena B. Perelygina

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Forming-upof the corporate identity is based on cognitive, affective and conative elements of corporate culture. The group as an entity choosing goals and values ensures a certain response to standards and values of corporate culture within the parameters of its social responsibility. Corporate security as security of community and cooperation acts as a form of organizational and ethical approach to developing socially responsible attitude of government and business.

  18. Corporate governance, corporate finance and stock markets in emerging countries

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    Singh, Ajit

    2003-01-01

    This paper focuses on the inter-relationship between corporate governance, financing of corporate growth and stock market development in emerging countries. It explores both theoretically and empirically the nature of the inter-relationships between these phenomena, as well their implications for economic policy. It concentrates on how corporate growth is financed, an area where the literature has identified important anomalies in relation to corporate behaviour and governance. The paper prov...

  19. Corporate identity as a factor of corporate security

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    Perelygina, Elena

    2011-01-01

    Forming-up of the corporate identity is based on cognitive, affective and conative elements of corporate culture. The group as an entity choosing goals and values ensures a certain response to standards and values of corporate culture within the parameters of its social responsibility. Corporate security as security of community and cooperation acts as a form of organizational and ethical approach to developing socially responsible attitude of government and business.

  20. Corporate branding with the help of corporate real estate

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    Appel - Meulenbroek, H.A.J.A.; Havermans, D.W.Q.; Kempen, van A.J.M.; Lundstrom, S.

    2009-01-01

    Nowadays, many companies try to attract customers by bundling all marketing efforts under a common corpo-rate brand to reflect the organization’s identity. The principle of corporate branding suggests that the corporate brand ought to be thoroughly embedded throughout the entire company in order to

  1. The integration of corporate governance in corporate social responsibility disclosures

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    Kolk, A.; Pinkse, J.

    2010-01-01

    In recent years, not only has attention to corporate governance increased but also the notion has broadened considerably, and started to cover some aspects traditionally seen as being part of corporate social responsibility (CSR). CSR, corporate governance and their interlink seem particularly

  2. Hubungan Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibilities dan Corporate Financial Performance Dalam Satu Continuum

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    Etty Murwaningsari

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available This research aims to identify the influence of Good Corporate Governance, represented by institutional ownership and managerial ownership, on Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance, and also to observe the possible influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on Corporate Financial Performance. This research examines 126 manufacturing companies which are listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange (ISX and have issued an audited financial statement for 2006. The statistical method used to test the hypothesis is Path Analysis. The result suggests that Good Corporate Governance influences both the disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance and that Corporate Social Responsibility significantly influences Corporate Financial Performance. The result also suggests that CEO Tenure, the controlling variable, holds a significant influence on the disclosure of Corporate Social Responsibility. Yet, there is no strong evidence to support the type of industries as an influencing factor of Corporate Social Responsibility. Furthermore, we found that the latter condition would also apply when we analyze the influence of Corporate Secretary and Nomination and Remuneration Committee on Corporate Financial Performance. Abstract in Bahasa Indonesia: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi pengaruh antara struktur Coorporate Governance yang diproksikan sebagai kepemilikan institusional, kepemilikan manajerial terhadap corporate social responsibility dan corporate social responsibility terhadap corporate financial performance. Penelitian menggunakan data sekunder dari laporan tahunan 2006 perusahaan publik yang terdapat di Pusat Referensi Pasar Modal (PRPM Bursa Efek Indonesia (BEI. Sampel dalam penelitian ini sebanyak 126 perusahaan. Melalui pendekatan analisa jalur (path analysis menunjukkan Good Corporate Governance yaitu kepemilikan managerial dan institusional mempunyai pengaruh terhadap

  3. Colangiocarcinoma hepático en un felino y hallazgos anatomopatólogicos, y clínicos compatibles con peritonitis infecciosa felina

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    Julieta Ochoa A.

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Se presentan los hallazgos patomorfológicos de colangiocarcinoma hepático (CGC con efusión peritoneal en un gato doméstico geronte y se relaciona con la sintomatología clínica y los hallazgos anatomopatológicos compatibles con la peritonitis infecciosa felina (PIF. Se atendió en la clínica veterinaria de la Universidad de los Llanos un paciente felino de 8 años de edad, criollo, con aumento de la silueta abdominal y depresión. Clínicamente se encontró deshidratación del 7%, hipotermia (37.2ºC, mucosas pálidas, disnea y hepatomegalia. Mediante abdominocentesis se obtuvo un exudado no séptico y un cuadro citológico compatible con CGC con células columnares bajas dispuestas en panal de abeja, presentando anisocariosis, hipercromacia moderada, citoplasmas claros y vacuolados acompañados de un fondo sucio inflamatorio y hemorrágico con detritos celulares. En el análisis radiográfico se observó hepatomegalia con un patrón de punteado característico de formación neoplásica y ascitis. A la necropsia se presentó hemotórax e hidropericardio, ascitis y nódulos neoplásicos blancos duros al corte en el 45% del parénquima hepático y un patrón nodular sobre la superficie visceral del estomago, intestinos delgado, grueso y mesenterio. Las muestras se fijaron en formalina buferada al 10%, se procesaron mediante métodos rutinarios para microscopía óptica. Por histopatología se diagnosticó CGC moderadamente diferenciado con intensa desmoplasia. Citológica e histopatológicamente se evidenció un CGC hepático con efusión peritoneal que se relacionó con la sintomatología clínica y los hallazgos anatomopatológicos compatibles con la PIF.

  4. Conservatism in Corporate Valuation

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    Bach, Christian

    Using a CCAPM based risk adjustment model, consistent with general asset pricing theory, I perform corporate valuations of a large sample of stocks listed on NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ. The model is different from the standard CAPM model in the sense that it discounts forecasted residual income for ri...

  5. Trends in corporate greening

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    Madsen, Henning; Ulhøi, John Parm

    , if a general change of attitude has taken place in the business community or if companies just comply with the required minimum standard set by legislation. Based on a series of surveys this paper reports on the trends in implementing corporate environmental management in Danish industry up till the entrance...... of the new millennium in order to indicate how practice has evolved....

  6. Corporate governance through codes

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    Haxhi, I.; Aguilera, R.V.; Vodosek, M.; den Hartog, D.; McNett, J.M.

    2014-01-01

    The UK's 1992 Cadbury Report defines corporate governance (CG) as the system by which businesses are directed and controlled. CG codes are a set of best practices designed to address deficiencies in the formal contracts and institutions by suggesting prescriptions on the preferred role and

  7. Contractual Corporate Governance

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    Goergen, M.; Renneboog, L.D.R.

    2008-01-01

    Companies have the choice to deviate from their national corporate governance standards by opting into another system. They can do so via contractual devices – such as cross-border mergers and acquisitions, (re)incorporations, and cross-listings – which enable firms to choose their preferred level

  8. Corporate Training in Museums

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    Causey, Adera

    2011-01-01

    Museums often court corporate audiences through special event rentals and development and promotional partnerships. But we rarely approach them as potential adult learners. In overlooking them, we miss the potential of reaching a large number of often novice museum participants who can gain from gallery learning and develop a relationship with our…

  9. Corporate social responsibility

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    Arsić Zoran

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR is a concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and in their interaction with their stakeholders on a voluntary basis. Definition emphasizes three basic characteristics of CSR. CSR is voluntary concept, it covers environmental issues and interaction with stakeholders, not only shareholders, is taken into account.

  10. Corporate Governance in Costa Rica

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    Gilberto E. Arce; Edgar Robles C.

    2005-01-01

    This paper examines corporate governance practices in Costa Rica. First, it estimates corporate governance charter measures using firm-level data for 87 Costa Rican firms and studies their impact on the firms` performance; here, the mean of the corporate governance charters for the publicly traded firms is equal to 56. 14. Second, new evidence is presented on de jure and de facto corporate governance charter measures at the firm level and on their effect on the performance of the firm. The re...

  11. Theoretical Framework for Corporate Governance

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    Georgescu Cristina Elena

    2012-01-01

    History has revealed that there is a never-ending evolution of theories or models of corporate governance. Companies are trying to instill the sense of governance into their corporate structure. This article is a review of literature on the range of theories in corporate governance. The fundamental theories in corporate governance began with the agency theory, expanded into stewardship theory and stakeholder theory and evolved to transaction cost theory. However, these theories address the ca...

  12. Monitoreo de la Temperatura durante la Anestesia: ¿Es realmente necesario?

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    Lincoln de Parte Pérez

    2003-04-01

    Full Text Available La temperatura corporal debe ser monitoreada en todos los pacientes a los que se les realiza procedimientos quirúrgicos con el objetivo de detectar precozmente sus variaciones, así como las complicaciones que se presentan con las variaciones de esta, como son: fiebre, hipertermia maligna e hipotermia accidental y para el monitoreo de la hipertermia inducida. Se muestra una revisión de los factores que producen hipotermia durante el transoperatorio, así como la prevención y tratamiento de ella.Body temperature should be monitored in all patients undergoing surgical procedures in order to detect its variations early, as well as the complications appearing with them, such as malignant hyperthermia and accidental hypothermia and for monitoring induced hyperthermia. A review of the factors producing hypothermia during the transoperative is made. Its prevention and treatment are also dealth with.

  13. Behavioral corporate governance : four empirical studies

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    van der Laan, G.

    2009-01-01

    This thesis consists of studies of corporate governance from a behavioral perspective. The chapters are about trust between chief executive officers (CEOs) and board chairpersons, asymmetric effects of corporate social responsibility on corporate financial performance, compliance with corporate

  14. Corporal Punishment and the Schools.

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    Bauer, Gordon B.; And Others

    1990-01-01

    In order to understand and evaluate the continued prevalence of corporal punishment in school systems, this article reviews the following topics: (1) historical issues; (2) current demographics and correlates; (3) the effectiveness of corporal punishment in school settings; (4) myths; (5) alternatives to corporal punishment; and (6) social policy.…

  15. Uruguay - Corporate Governance Country Assessment

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    World Bank

    2005-01-01

    This report provides an assessment of Uruguay's corporate governance policy framework, enforcement and compliance practices. It highlights recent improvements in corporate governance regulation, makes policy recommendations, and provides investors with a benchmark against which to measure corporate governance in Uruguay. The report identifies several key next steps that focus on implementa...

  16. De Ratio van Corporate Governance

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    A. de Jong (Abe)

    2006-01-01

    textabstractAbe de Jong (1970) is Professor in Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance at RSM Erasmus University. He obtained a PhD in finance at Tilburg University (1999). His research and teaching interests are in the area of empirical corporate finance and include capital structure choice,

  17. Influencia de la imagen corporal y la autoestima en la experiencia sexual de estudiantes universitarias sin trastornos alimentarios

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    María Calado Otero

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available En este estudio se evalúa la relación que tienen diversas variables de la imagen corporal cognitivas (miedo a ganar peso, distorsión de la imagen corporal e insatisfacción corporal y perceptivas (índice de masa corporal y autopercepción de atractivo junto con la autoestima sobre la actividad sexual (nivel de experiencia sexual y actividad sexual en la actualidad, edad de la primera relación sexual coital, número de parejas sexuales coitales y satisfacción de las relaciones sexuales de jóvenes universitarias gallegas. La muestra está compuesta por 325 chicas con una edad media de 19,5 años. Se concluye, a la luz de los resultados, que las variables miedo a ganar peso, insatisfacción corporal, autopercepción de atractivo físico y autoestima se relacionan con la actividad sexual; por otro lado, el índice de masa corporal y la distorsión de la imagen corporal no se relacionan con la expresión de la sexualidad. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo mediante encuestas con diseño transversal.

  18. Paciente con esquizofrenia tratado con ziprasidona + clozapina

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    Pol Yanguas E.

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available P es un paciente diagnosticado de esquizofrenia, sigue en un piso tutelado un programa de rehabilitación, está medicado con clozapina 500 mg/día y ziprasidona 280 mg/ día. Padece hipercolesterolemia, tabaquismo y sus hábitos alimenticios no son buenos. La medicación que utiliza desde 2007 hasta ahora se refleja en la tabla 1. El último tratamiento se le introdujo el 7 de agosto de 2012, habiendo presentado un electro cardiograma (ECG normal, pero con ligera taquicardia ventricular y prolactinemia de 44,8 ng/ml (valores normales: 2-18 ng/ml.

  19. Relación del índice de masa corporal y la percepción de la imagen corporal que presentan las estudiantes de los planteles de nivel medio fiscales del área urbana y rural del cantón Ibarra, provincia de Imbabura, 2010.

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    Farinango Anaguano, Nancy Beatriz

    2010-01-01

    Establecer la correlación entre el Índice de Masa Corporal con la Percepción de la Imagen Corporal de las estudiantes de los planteles de nivel medio fiscales del área urbana y rural del cantón Ibarra, provincia de Imbabura, 2010. Varios autores refieren que el índice de masa corporal (IMC) es un indicador útil para evaluar la composición corporal, de igual manera en la adolescencia, la imagen corporal es altamente preocupante y la nutrición tiene un rol fundamental en la estructura corpor...

  20. Corporate Climate Strategies

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    Bjarnø, Ole-Christian; Maltha, Jonas

    2003-01-01

    at establishing operational guidelines for energy-intensive industries to navigate and gain competitive advantages in a diverse and risky business environment. Based on a literature study of strategic environmental management and carbon management, this article aims to establish such guidelines for corporate......Since the 1997 Kyoto Protocol on Climate Change outlined the first embryonic plans for an emissions market, a significant uncertainty about the value on carbon, in concert with a swift development in energy business, has brought about the concept of carbon management. Carbon management aims...... strategic carbon management for medium to large companies with greenhouse gas intensive activities. The guideline framework is established on the basis of a generic strategy structure in which the factors influencing corporate climate strategies are identified. It is concluded that there is little rationale...

  1. Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Liempd, Dennis van; Warming-Rasmussen, Bent; Abild-Nielsen, Jens

    2007-01-01

    Målet med denne artikel er at klargøre, at der findes forskellige teoretiske tilgange til ansvarlig leverandørstyring og Corporate Social Responsibility (i det følgende kaldt CSR). Endvidere er det målet at belyse, at området er i kraftig udvikling og forventes at få øget betydning for revisor i...... ansvarlig leverandørstyring og CSR. I artiklen konkluderes følgende: - at udviklingen i Corporate Social Responsibility indikerer, at etik er den mest betydende faktor (driver); (jf. afsnit 1)- at etik som primær driver vil betyde, at virksomheden vil gå ud over lovens minimumkrav, og stræbe efter de...

  2. A new corporate governance

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    Ion Bucur

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The issue of corporate governance has become increasingly important as globalisation has begun to accelerate and the economic and financial turmoil have intensified. Post-crisis context has imposed the need to expand the prospects for analysis over governance and companies, as well as the need to identify new ways of administration and resource management. From this perspective, the author aims to highlight the conditions, factors and events that have generated profound changes within the business environment, while the analysis is focusing on contemporary changes in the systems of corporate governance and economic mutations, especially in terms of the companies. The establishment of new governance rules is demanding a theoretical approach based on new methodological requirements which are needed to reform theoretical foundations and to promote creative and effective shapes and governance systems.

  3. CORPORATE CULTURE AND COMPETITION

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    ROGOJANU Angela

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available Culture is one of those terms that are difficult to express distinctly, but everyone knows it when they sense it. Many articles have been written in recent years about corporate culture, which can be looked at as a system. Inputs include feedback from society, professions, laws, stories, heroes, values on competition or service, etc. Outputs are organizational behaviors, technologies, strategies, image, products, services, appearance, etc. Most organizations don't consciously try to create a certain culture, as it is typically created unconsciously, based on the values of the top management or the founders of an organization. In this paper we try to see whether corporate culture has any influence on competition and if it has, whether it is a positive one or a negative one.

  4. Conservatism in Corporate Valuation

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    Bach, Christian

    2011-01-01

    Using a CCAPM based risk adjustment model, consistent with general asset pricing theory, I perform corporate valuations of a large sample of stocks listed on NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ. The model is different from the standard CAPM model in the sense that it discounts forecasted residual income for risk in the numerator rather than trough the cost of equity, in the denominator. Further, the risk adjustment is based on assumptions about the time series properties of residual income return and consu...

  5. Corporate Hybrid Bonds

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    Ahlberg, Johan; Jansson, Anton

    2016-01-01

    Hybrid securities do not constitute a new phenomenon in the Swedish capital markets. Most commonly, hybrids issued by Swedish real estate companies in recent years are preference shares. Corporate hybrid bonds on the other hand may be considered as somewhat of a new-born child in the family of hybrid instruments. These do, as all other hybrid securities, share some equity-like and some debt-like characteristics. Nevertheless, since 2013 the interest for the instrument has grown rapidly and ha...

  6. NRPB corporate plan

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    Clarke, Roger

    1995-01-01

    As with all non-departmental public bodies, the National Radiological Protection Board is required to prepare a Corporate Plan each year. The Plan for 1995/1996 to 1999/2000 is now available as a Board report; extracts from the introductory section are given here. They deal with the Board's statutory duty to provide advice and conduct research and with its power to provide services, all in relation to ionising and non-ionising radiations. (author)

  7. Realizing Corporate Responsibility

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    Girschik, Verena

    and practices at the nascent stages of institutional change. To address this question, the dissertation develops a micro-sociological approach to institutional change that brings to light how actors struggle over meaning in power relations by focusing on processes of positioning and framing. The three articles...... in this dissertation unfold distinct yet interdependent processes of positioning and framing that constitute new ways of performing and understanding corporate responsibility....

  8. Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Planer-Friedrich, Lisa; Sahm, Marco

    2017-01-01

    We examine the strategic use of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in imperfectly competitive markets. The level of CSR determines the weight a firm puts on consumer surplus in its objective function before it decides upon supply. First, we consider symmetric Cournot competition and show that the endogenous level of CSR is positive for any given number of firms. However, positive CSR levels imply smaller equilibrium profits. Second, we find that an incumbent monopolist can use CSR as an en...

  9. Corporate Foresight at Cisco

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    Rohrbeck, René; Bøe-Lillegraven, Siri

    Cisco Systems traditional innovation model is challenged. It is no longer possible to simply scout for promising start-ups, integrate them and grow them globally to succeed. This case describes the challenge faced by Cisco to create a comprehensive and systematic strategic foresight system...... that shall be tied into technology strategy and corporate business development. The case elaborates on the process and the best practices in the introduction of the Cisco Technology Radar approach....

  10. Desenvolvimento de equação para estimativa da gordura corporal de mulheres idosas com osteoporose e osteopenia através da espessura de dobras cutâneas tendo como referência absorciometria por dupla emissão de raios X Desarrollo de una ecuación para estimar la grasa corporal de mujeres ancianas con osteoporosis y osteopenia a través de la espesura de dobleces cutáneas teniendo como referencia la absorciometría por doble emisión de rayos X Development of an equation for measurement of bodyfat mass of elderly women with osteoporosis or osteopenia through skin fold thickness using dual energy X-ray absorptiometry as a reference

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    TM Aniteli

    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available INTRODUÇÃO E OBJETIVO: A composição corporal vem sendo descrita como importante fator relacionado à densidade mineral óssea. Assim, o presente estudo teve como objetivo desenvolver equação preditiva para percentagem de gordura corporal através da espessura de dobras cutâneas tendo como referência a absorciometria por dupla emissão de raios X (DXA, em mulheres com osteoporose e osteopenia. METODOLOGIA: Foram analisadas 29 mulheres com idade entre 67 e 84 anos, atendidas no Ambulatório de Osteoporose da Disciplina de Reumatologia da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo. Foram mensuradas as espessuras de quatro dobras cutâneas (bíceps, tríceps, subescapular e supra-ilíaca e realizada a avaliação da composição corporal pela DXA. A análise estatística constou do teste de Kolmogorov-Smirnov, coeficiente de correlação de Pearson, análise de regressão linear simples, coeficiente de correlação intraclasse, teste t de Student, teste de Bland-Altman e cálculo do erro total da equação de acordo com Lohman (1992. RESULTADOS: O modelo de espessura de dobras cutâneas que melhor explicou o percentual de gordura corporal incluiu a soma das dobras supra-ilíaca, bicipital e tricipital, determinando em até 72% a percentagem de gordura corporal. Os valores médios da gordura corporal em quilograma, estimados pelas dobras e medidos pela DXA, não foram estatisticamente diferentes e estiveram altamente correlacionados (r = 0,82; p INTRODUCCIÓN Y OBJETIVO: La composición corporal viene siendo descrita como un importante factor relacionado a la densidad mineral ósea. De este modo el presente estudio ha tenido como objetivo desarrollar una ecuación predictiva para el porcentaje de grasa corporal a través de la espesura de los dobleces cutáneos con bases en la absorciometría por doble emisión de rayos X (DXA, en mujeres con osteoporosis y osteopenia. METODOLOGÍA: Fueron analizadas 29 mujeres con edades entre 67 y

  11. Pengungkapan Corporate Social Responsibility, Struktur Corporate Governance dan Nilai Perusahaan

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    Salmah Pattisahusiwa

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available The concept of the corporate social responsibility has a significant interest in Indonesia because believed to increase corporate’s value for shareholders. This study aims to find the effect of corporate social responsibility disclosure and corporate governance structure on corporate value. The data were taken from annual report of mining companies listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange for period of 2014-2015. The sample collection has been done by using purposive sampling with the certain criteria so that 18 companies which meet criteria have been obtained as samples. Multiple Regression analysis was employed to analyze data. The result of this research show that corporate social responsibility disclosure and corporate governance structure have significant effect to thecorporate value.

  12. Corporate social responsibility, corporate reputation and employee engagement

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    Ali, Imran; Ali, Jawaria Fatima

    2011-01-01

    Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been outlined as voluntarily additional legal duties of organization to serve environment and community. This voluntarily actions of corporate help them to develop reputation which can shape favorable attitude of employees towards work. Employee engagement is an attitude of commitment and involvement of employee towards their work and organization. Researchers have proved that engaged employees are more productive, more likely to achieve corporate go...

  13. Corporations as social contractors : a study on corporate social responsibility

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    Kalstad, Marius Aas

    2007-01-01

    This thesis takes up the issue of the role of business in today s society, in the form of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The research question is: Do corporations/does business have responsibilities beyond maximising profit for owners? Social contract theory, as presented by Hobbes and Locke, is used to morally justify a corporate responsibility that goes beyond the traditional business responsibility of maximising profit for stolckholders. Further, the stakeholder model is proscribed...

  14. The Essential Elements of Corporate Law. What is Corporate Law?

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    Armour, John; Hansmann, Henry; Kraakman, Reinier

    2017-01-01

    This article is the first chapter of the second edition of “The Anatomy of Corporate Law: A Comparative and Functional Approach”, by Reinier Kraakman, John Armour, Paul Davies, Luca Enriques, Henry Hansmann, Gerard Hertig, Klaus Hopt, HidekiKanda and Edward Rock (Oxford University Press, 2009). The book as a whole provides a functional analysis of Corporate (or Company) Law in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Its organization reflects the structure of Corporate Law throughout all jurisdictions, w...

  15. Corporate environmental responsibility – a key determinant of corporate reputation

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    Cristina Ganescu; Laura Dindire

    2014-01-01

    This paper aims to determine the trend of the relationship between corporate environmental responsibility and corporate reputation by focusing on a study of the European automotive sector. The starting point of our research is content analysis of the sustainability or social responsibility reports published in 2010, 2011, and 2012 by 13 businesses operating in the European automotive industry. Content analysis was carried out in order to identify the indicators used to assess corporate enviro...

  16. Corporate political activities, religiosity and corporate decision making

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    Low, Yik Pui

    2017-01-01

    Motivated by the recent increase in corporate political spending and the Supreme Court’s decision in allowing firms to freely use their treasury funds for political purposes (Citizens United v Federal Election Commission, 2010), this study examines the impact of corporate political activity (CPA) on its decision making. CPA is defined as the firm’s total annual lobbying expenses arising from the engagement of internal and external lobbyists while corporate decision making is measured in terms...

  17. Corporate marketing: Apocalypse, advent and epiphany

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    Balmer, JMT

    2009-01-01

    Purpose - this paper aims to explain the nature and relevance of corporate marketing and details the antecedents of the territory. Corporate marketing is a marketing and management paradigm which synthesises practical and theoretical insights from corporate image and reputation, corporate identity, corporate communications and corporate branding, among other corporate-level constructs. Design/methodology/approach – via the adoption of a quadrivium; a traditional classical, four-part, app...

  18. Corporate Taxation and Multinational Activity

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    Peter Egger; Simon Loretz; Michael Pfaffermayr; Hannes Winner

    2009-01-01

    This paper assesses the impact of corporate taxation on multinational activity. A numerically solvable general equilibrium model of trade and multinational firms is used to incorporate the following components of corporate taxation: parent and host country statutory corporate tax rates, withholding tax rates, and parent and host country depreciation allowances. We account for their differential impact under alternative methods of double taxation relief (i.e., credit, exemption, and deduction)...

  19. Essential Elements of Corporate Law

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    Kraakman, Reinier H.; Armour, John; Hansmann, Henry

    2009-01-01

    This article is the first chapter of the second edition of The Anatomy of Corporate Law: A Comparative and Functional Approach, by Reinier Kraakman, John Armour, Paul Davies, Luca Enriques, Henry Hansmann, Gerard Hertig, Klaus Hopt, Hideki Kanda and Edward Rock (Oxford University Press, 2009). The book as a whole provides a functional analysis of corporate (or company) law in Europe, the U.S., and Japan. Its organization reflects the structure of corporate law across all jurisdictions, while ...

  20. Strategic Leadership of Corporate Sustainability

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    Strand, Robert

    2014-01-01

    Strategic leadership and corporate sustainability have recently come together in conspicuously explicit fashion through the emergence of top management team (TMT) positions with dedicated corporate sustainability responsibilities. These TMT positions, commonly referred to as 'Chief Sustainability......? What effects do corporate sustainability TMT positions have at their organizations? We consider these questions through strategic leadership and neoinstitutional theoretical frameworks. Through the latter, we also engage with Weberian considerations of bureaucracy. We find that the reasons why...

  1. Perancangan Corporate Identity Brotherwood Decoration

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    Ciputra, Ongky Permana; Bangsa, Petrus Gogor; Christianna, Aniendya

    2015-01-01

    Sebagai Perusahaan interior di Surabaya, “BROTHERWOOD” sedang membangun citra positif melalui penguatan corporate identity secara menyeluruh.Oleh karena itu “Brotherwood” memerlukan corporate identity dan mengaplikasikannya pada media promosi dan informasi yang sesuai dengan karakter dari target audience dan target market-nya.Dengan menggunakan corporate identity diharapkan “Brotherwood” menjadi lebih dikenal oleh target audience dan target market-nya sehingga membuat market “Brotherwood” men...

  2. Corporate Governance Disclosure in Malaysia

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    ONG, Wei Jiin

    2006-01-01

    This research provides evidence on corporate governance disclosure in Malaysia based on a sample of 25 Malaysian public listed companies on the Kuala Lumpur Composite Index (KLCI) in the year 1998 and 2005 that are listed on the Bursa Malaysia. The purpose of this dissertation is to examine whether after the launch of the Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance (HLFC, 2000) following the 1997/98 financial crisis, corporate governance in Malaysia has improved in terms of disclosure information ...

  3. THE SOUND OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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    DUMITRASCU LUMINITA MIHAELA

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available The paper explores the corporate governance and corporate social responsibility in music industry, by reviewing the literature and investigating the aspects in the context of a sample made by top companies in this domain. The paper spotlighting the mutual connections between corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. The research methodology used consists in investigate the corporate governance codes. It’s about a qualitative interpretive research methodology that was adopted. The findings suggest the intercorelation of corporate governance with corporate social responsibility. The main contribution of the author consists in the fact that the added value of this paper and the original contribution leads in the intercorelation of these two aspects of corporate governance and corporate social responsibility, the findings beeing interesting, implying that recent preoccupation with corporate governance in music industry is starting to be equable by some attention to social responsibility aspects, with growing appreciation of their interdependencies. Previous literature has researched corporate governance and corporate social responsibility independently. Due to this fact, this paper is considering them jointly. The paper is important for both practical and theoretical aspects: for managers and also can serve as the basis for future research on this topic. The current paper is realized in the doctoral program entitled “PhD in Economics at the Standards of European Knowledge- DoEsEc”, scientific coordinator Prof. PhD Niculae Feleaga, Institution: The Academy of Economic Studies Bucharest, Faculty of Accounting and Management Informatic System, Department of International Accounting, period of research 2009-2012.

  4. Sustainability and corporate environmental focus

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    Madsen, Henning; Sinding, Knud; Ulhøi, John Parm

    1997-01-01

    has ranged widely, including different aspects of corporate environmental management, dedicated "green accounting" and "green auditing" and consumer behaviour and "green marketing". Furthermore, this growth has taken place against a background of generally increasing environmental awareness. The paper...... environmental perceptions, driving forces, and corporate responses. The final section discusses the possibility that corporate environmental management, and the many people involved in this area, are less deeply concerned with environmental imperatives than is usually expressed....

  5. Network Culture, Performance & Corporate Responsibility

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    Silvio M. Brondoni

    2003-01-01

    The growth and sustainability of free market economies highlights the need to define rules more suited to the current condition of market globalisation and also encourages firms to adopt more transparent and accountable corporate responsibility (and corporate social responsibility, namely the relationship between the company, environment and social setting). From a managerial perspective, corporate responsibility is linked to ensure the lasting pursuit of the company mission, seeking increasi...

  6. Trends in Corporate Communication Strategies

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    Constantin Milosteanu; Ionel Scaunasu; Alina Cornescu; Nicolae Popovic

    2011-01-01

    When business strategy is correlated with corporate communication strategy, this is reflected in the position and image of the organization on the market, leading to higher sales and increased profitability. The major changes caused by globalization, coupled with the new dynamic of the markets where consumers have access to more information in less time, require new forms of corporate communication. The new corporate communication concept involves major challenges for managers and can help de...

  7. Corporate social responsibility in Ukraine

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    Polyakova, E.

    2013-01-01

    In the article are considered essence of corporate social responsibility and terms necessary for realization of social activity management subjects. Hikes over are brought to realization of corporate social responsibility, meaningfulness of large and middle business is certain in becoming of social responsibility of enterprises. It is set that exactly midsize business must come forward as a main motor of economic development of Ukraine. Becoming features and modern state of corporate social r...

  8. FINANCING DECISION AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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    ANDREI STANCULESCU; DAN NICOLAE IVANESCU; PETRE BREZEANU

    2011-01-01

    This paper sustains the existence of a biunivocal link between a company’s financing decision and the corporate governance. On the one hand, the financing decision has an impact on corporate performance, which has been confirmed. According to the agency theory, the financing decision will contribute to solving interest conflicts between shareholders and managers. On the other hand, the corporate governance mechanism provides the proper contractual framework for attracting financing resources....

  9. Inter-Corporeity

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    Algis Mickūnas

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available The essay explicates the phenomenological problematic of intersubjectivity on the level of bodily interaction with the world and with others. On this level, the concept of visibility is transformed in terms of the primacy of bodily “I can” and the kinaesthetic awareness that pervades all perceptual fields. In addition, the investigations into kinaesthetic awareness lead to the understanding that one’s own bodily action is extended as well as varied by the kinaesthetic activities of others and thus form an inter-corporeal field wherein visibility is located. Such an extended awareness is the bodily counterpart of transcendental domain. 

  10. Composición corporal en escolares de General Alvear

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    Sucre, María Leonor

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente trabajo es analizar la composición corporal en niños con diferente estado nutricional. Se realizó un estudio transversal en 2997 escolares de ambos sexos comprendidos entre los 5 y los 12 años residentes en la ciudad de General Alvear (Mendoza. Se relevaron peso corporal, estatura total y sentado, perímetro braquial y pliegues subescapular y tricipital. Se calcularon las prevalencias de desnutrición y sobrepeso, los índices de masa corporal, subescapular/tricipital (IST y las áreas muscular y adiposa. Las prevalencias obtenidas indicaron que, mientras la desnutrición tuvo porcentajes cercanos al 8%, el sobrepeso alcanzó el 14%. El 62% de los escolares desnutridos y el 37% con sobrepeso presentaron déficit de tejido muscular. En el grupo de niños desnutridos no hubo exceso de tejido adiposo, en tanto que en aquellos con sobrepeso alcanzó el 41% con un patrón de distribución predominantemente centralizado. El 45% de ellos registró adiposidad abdominal y el 20% riesgo de padecerlo. Los resultados obtenidos permiten identificar dos situaciones problemáticas: la reducción del tejido muscular en ambos extremos de la malnutrición y la distribución centralizada de la adiposidad en el grupo con sobrepeso que puede asociarse a un mayor riesgo de padecer enfermedades crónicas no transmisibles.

  11. Tratamiento de la imagen corporal en los trastornos alimentarios y cambio clínicamente significativo

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    José H. Marco

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Las alteraciones de la imagen corporal son un factor mantenedor y de pronóstico en los trastornos alimentarios. Los tratamientos actuales para los trastornos alimentarios se podrían beneficiar de la intervención directa sobre la imagen corporal. En el siguiente trabajo se realiza un estudio controlado en el que se comprara la Terapia Cognitivo Conductual para los trastornos alimentarios con y sin un componente para el tratamiento de la imagen corporal apoyado con técnicas de realidad virtual. El objetivo de este trabajo fue comprobar si ambos tipos de tratamiento producen un cambio clínicamente significativo al finalizar el tratamiento y en el seguimiento al año en la imagen corporal, en la psicopatología especifica de los trastornos alimentarios y en la psicopatología general. Para ello evaluamos y tratamos a 34 participantes diagnosticadas de trastorno alimentario y comparamos sus resultados con un grupo de mujeres de población general con baja vulnerabilidad a los trastornos alimentarios. Los resultados indican que después del tratamiento se ha producido un cambio fiable y clínicamente significativo únicamente en la condición en la que se ha intervenido en la imagen corporal. Las implicaciones de este resultado y sus limitaciones son comentadas.

  12. COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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    Gavrea Corina

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Corporate governance is a key element of today’s economic reality being more and more present in many countries around the world. This paper has two main objectives. The first one is to offer more insight into the concept of corporate governance by a thorough literature review and by presenting and analyzing a framework of corporate governance. The second objective of this paper is to investigate the corporate governance situation in three developing economies (Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. The World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development published a series of reports on corporate governance. The present study uses data from these reports in order to illustrate how these developing economies are dealing with corporate governance. Based on ROSC Reports a corporate governance score was calculated. As this score shows, there is room for improvement for all three developing economies. This study is important because it shows the differences in corporate governance among developing economies and the need to study these nations at the individual country level. Corporate governance has many benefits for developing economies. It helps developing economies to register sustainable growth rates, to increases investors’ confidence in the national economy, and to increase the ability of capital markets to mobilize savings.

  13. Corporate Accounting Policy Efficiency Improvement

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    Elena K. Vorobei

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The article is focused on the issues of efficient use of different methods of tax accounting for the optimization of income tax expenses and their consolidation in corporate accounting policy. The article makes reasoned conclusions, concerning optimal selection of depreciation methods for tax and bookkeeping accounting and their consolidation in corporate accounting policy and consolidation of optimal methods of cost recovery in production, considering business environment. The impact of the selected methods on corporate income tax rates and corporate property tax rates was traced and tax recovery was estimated.

  14. Creditor Governance and Corporate Policies

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    Arnold, Marc; Westermann, Ramona

    This paper analyzes the impact of debt covenant renegotiations on corporate policies. We develop a structural model of a levered firm that can renegotiate debt both at investment and in corporate distress. Covenant renegotiation at investment disciplines equity holders in their financing...... and investment decisions and, hence, mitigates the agency cost of debt. Our model explains the empirical intensity and patterns of the occurrence of debt renegotiation. We also quantify the role of debt covenant renegotiations as a governance channel on corporate financial policies and on the value of corporate...

  15. VT Regional Development Corporation (RDC)

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    Vermont Center for Geographic Information — The Department of Economic Development partners with the twelve Regional Development Corporations around the state to provide technical assistance. They can assist...

  16. Influencia de la imagen corporal y la autoestima en la experiencia sexual de estudiantes universitarias sin trastornos alimentarios

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    María Calado Otero; María Lameiras Fernández; Yolanda Rodríguez Castro

    2004-01-01

    En este estudio se evalúa la relación que tienen diversas variables de la imagen corporal cognitivas (miedo a ganar peso, distorsión de la imagen corporal e insatisfacción corporal) y perceptivas (índice de masa corporal y autopercepción de atractivo) junto con la autoestima sobre la actividad sexual (nivel de experiencia sexual y actividad sexual en la actualidad, edad de la primera relación sexual coital, número de parejas sexuales coitales y satisfacción de las relaciones se...

  17. Incertidumbre, calidad de vida e imagen corporal en mujeres sometidas a mastectomía

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    Mejía Rojas, María Elena

    2012-01-01

    Estudio analítico, observacional, no experimental, correlacional, que analizó la relación entre incertidumbre, calidad de vida e imagen corporal con los instrumentos; (incertidumbre frente a la enfermedad Mishel 1988, calidad de vida en mujeres sobrevivientes al cáncer QOL Betty Ferrell 1995, y escala de imagen corporal de Hopwood 1983), en 76 mujeres sobrevivientes al cáncer de mama sometidas a mastectomía; con cirugía reconstructiva (37) y sin cirugía reconstructiva (39), de Cali Colombia e...

  18. Perancangan Corporate Identity Astro Rent Car Surabaya

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    Gunardi, Yohanes Calvin; Negara, I Nengah Sudika; Aryanto, Hendro

    2017-01-01

    Corporate Identity merupakan hal yang krusial dalam perkembangan sebuah Perusahaan dalam segi internal maupun eksternal. Dalam membuat perancangan Corporate identity yang efektif, perancangan ini menampilkan segala teori dan ilmu yang berhubungan dengan Corporate identity. Dengan adanya perancangan ini diharapkan para pembaca mengerti betapa pentingnya peran sebuah corporate identity yang tepat dan mengena.Kata kunci: corporate identity, Astro, logo.

  19. 20 CFR 404.1006 - Corporation officer.

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    2010-04-01

    ... 20 Employees' Benefits 2 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Corporation officer. 404.1006 Section 404... Corporation officer. If you are an officer of a corporation, you are an employee of the corporation if you are... director of a corporation, we consider you to be self-employed when you work as a director. ...

  20. Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development | Iyayi ...

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    This paper aimed at a theoretical exposition of the influence of corporate innovation on entrepreneurial development. To achieve this purpose a review of extant literature on innovation and creativity, concept of corporate innovation process of corporate innovation, approaches to corporate innovation, corporate innovation ...

  1. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. EXAMPLE ROSIA MONTANA GOLD CORPORATION

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    Vasile Burja; Silvia – Stefania Mihalache

    2010-01-01

    Corporate Social Responsibility, a concept without a world accepted definition is starting to beused in Romania as well. This is the reason why in the present article we try to make a theoreticaldescription of the present concept and to exemplify it by presenting the responsible activities of acorporation in Romania, Rosia Montana Gold Corporation.

  2. The Impact of Corporate Board Meetings on Corporate Performance ...

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    Our findings suggest a statistically significant and positive association between the frequency of corporate board meetings and corporate performance, implying that SA boards that meet more frequently tend to generate higher financial performance. A further investigation indicates a significant non-monotonic link between ...

  3. Corporate environmental responsibility – a key determinant of corporate reputation

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    Cristina GĂNESCU

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims to determine the trend of the relationship between corporate environmental responsibility and corporate reputation by focusing on a study of the European automotive sector. The starting point of our research is content analysis of the sustainability or social responsibility reports published in 2010, 2011, and 2012 by 13 businesses operating in the European automotive industry. Content analysis was carried out in order to identify the indicators used to assess corporate environmental responsibility. The methodology aimed to produce an evaluation model for corporate environmental responsibility based on the following variables reported by companies: carbon dioxide emissions, water consumption, energy consumption, and amount of waste. Corporate reputation of sampled organizations was assessed based on content analysis of the 2010, 2011, and 2012 reports of the Reputation Institute. We applied the correlation of panel data and emphasised the fact that high levels of corporate environmental responsibility sustain high levels of corporate reputation. The study highlights the theoretical considerations that support this relationship. As companies become increasingly accountable, the methodology described in our study can be developed in further research by using other variables to measure corporate environmental responsibility.

  4. Corporate Schooling Meets Corporate Media: Standards, Testing, and Technophilia

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    Saltman, Kenneth J.

    2016-01-01

    Educational publishing corporations and media corporations in the United States have been converging, especially through the promotion of standardization, testing, and for-profit educational technologies. Media and technology companies--including News Corp, Apple, and Microsoft--have significantly expanded their presence in public schools to sell…

  5. Associação do índice de massa corporal e da resistência à insulina com síndrome metabólica em crianças brasileiras Asociación del índice de masa corporal y de la resistencia a la insulina con síndrome metabólico en niños brasileños Association of body mass index and insulin resistance with metabolic syndrome in Brazilian children

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    Aparecido Pimentel Ferreira

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available FUNDAMENTO: O agrupamento de fatores de risco cardiovasculares, chamado de síndrome metabólica, ocorre em crianças e adultos. A resistência à insulina e a obesidade são partes usuais do quadro, mas seu efeito conjunto no aparecimento da síndrome permanece algo controverso. OBJETIVO: O objetivo do presente estudo foi examinar a relação do índice de massa corporal (IMC e resistência à insulina com a síndrome metabólica (SM em crianças. MÉTODOS: Estudamos 109 crianças, 55 meninos e 54 meninas, entre 7 e 11 anos de idade (55 obesos, 23 com sobrepeso e 31 controles. A classificação do peso de cada criança foi baseada na razão IMC/idade. Glicose, HDL, triglicérides e insulina foram medidos em amostras de jejum. A pressão arterial foi medida duas vezes. A síndrome metabólica foi definida conforme os critérios do NCEP ATP III. RESULTADOS: O diagnóstico de SM foi encontrado somente em crianças obesas. A maior frequência de SM e de muitos de seus componentes foi encontrada em crianças classificadas acima do terceiro quartil do índice HOMA-IR, que é consistente com uma associação entre resistência à insulina e fatores de risco cardiovascular em crianças brasileiras. CONCLUSÃO: O presente estudo mostra que a obesidade e a resistência à insulina provavelmente têm um papel no desenvolvimento de fatores de risco cardiovascular em crianças, considerando que a prevalência dos fatores de risco clássicos era maior nos percentis mais altos de IMC e HOMA-IR.FUNDAMENTO: El agrupamiento de factores de riesgo cardiovasculares, llamado de síndrome metabólico, ocurre en niños y adultos. La resistencia a la insulina y la obesidad son partes usuales del cuadro, sin embargo su efecto conjunto en el surgimiento del síndrome permanece aún controvertido. OBJETIVO: El objetivo del presente estudio fue examinar la relación del índice de masa corporal (IMC y resistencia a la insulina con el síndrome metabólico (SM en niños y

  6. Business Development Corporation, Inc.

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    Jasek, S.

    1995-12-31

    Business Development Corporation, Inc., is a company specializing in opportunity seeking and business development activities in the {open_quotes}new{close_quotes} post communist Central and Eastern Europe, with particular emphasis on the Republics of Poland and Slovakia. The company currently focuses its expertise on strategic investing and business development between Central Europe and the United States of America. In Poland and Slovakia, the company specializes in developing large scale energy and environmental {open_quotes}infrastructure{close_quotes} development projects on the federal, state, and local level. In addition, the company assists large state owned industries in the transformation and privatization process. Business Development Corporation has assisted and continues to assist in projects of national importance. The staff of experts advise numerous large Polish and Slovak companies, most owned or in the process of privatization, on matters of restructuring, finance, capital structure, strategic parternships or investors, mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures with U.S. based firms. The company also assists and advises on a variety of environmental and energy matters in the public and private sector.

  7. Multilevel corporate environmental responsibility.

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    Karassin, Orr; Bar-Haim, Aviad

    2016-12-01

    The multilevel empirical study of the antecedents of corporate social responsibility (CSR) has been identified as "the first knowledge gap" in CSR research. Based on an extensive literature review, the present study outlines a conceptual multilevel model of CSR, then designs and empirically validates an operational multilevel model of the principal driving factors affecting corporate environmental responsibility (CER), as a measure of CSR. Both conceptual and operational models incorporate three levels of analysis: institutional, organizational, and individual. The multilevel nature of the design allows for the assessment of the relative importance of the levels and of their components in the achievement of CER. Unweighted least squares (ULS) regression analysis reveals that the institutional-level variables have medium relationships with CER, some variables having a negative effect. The organizational level is revealed as having strong and positive significant relationships with CER, with organizational culture and managers' attitudes and behaviors as significant driving forces. The study demonstrates the importance of multilevel analysis in improving the understanding of CSR drivers, relative to single level models, even if the significance of specific drivers and levels may vary by context. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  8. Corporate citizenship: Statoil.

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    Fjell, Olav

    2003-01-01

    Open markets alone do not guarantee equitable and sustainable development. Income disparities are growing both within and between countries to the extent that the marginalization of the poor has become a key challenge of globalization. To meet this challenge, the global community must address the governance gap between global finance/economics and local or national politics in world affairs. This article discusses how globalization is shaping Statoil's approach to corporate citizenship. The Norwegian firm, with 17,000 workers in some 25 countries, is one of the major net sellers of crude oil and supplies Europe with natural gas. Statoil maintains that corporations can contribute to global governance by conducting business in a manner that is ethical, economically viable, environmentally sound, and socially responsible. This contribution can be achieved through development partnerships with national governments, multilateral institutions, and nongovernmental organizations. Norway's Statoil ASA is one of the world's largest net sellers of crude oil and a major supplier of natural gas to Europe. It is the leading Scandinavian retailer of petroleum and other oil products. Statoil employs approximately 17,000 workers and operates in 25 countries.

  9. Videojuego con Realidad Virtual

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    González Mora, César

    2017-01-01

    El objetivo del proyecto es el desarrollo de un videojuego deportivo que utilice realidad mixta. El videojuego se podrá utilizar con dispositivos de tipo cardboard, y utilizará realidad aumentada para la interacción del jugador con el videojuego. En el desarrollo se utilizará el motor Unity para conseguir una aplicación multiplataforma, y la librería Vuforia para implementar realidad mixta.

  10. Sistemas integrados con Arduino

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    EL YAKOUTI, MOHAMMED

    2017-01-01

    Design of a robot prototype remotely controllable from Bluetooth using Arduino. Control and testing of sensors and events interacting with Arduino and Bluetooth. Diseño de un prototipo de robot controlable remotamente con Bluetooth utilizando Arduino. Control y verificación de los sensores y eventos que interactúan mediante el Arduino y el Bluetooth. El Yakouti, M. (2017). Sistemas integrados con Arduino. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/89274. TFGM

  11. How Corporate Governance Affects Strategy of Corporations : - Lessons from Enron Corporation -

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    Ahmed, Hameed; Najam, Ali

    2006-01-01

    Corporate governance is a subject of academic and professional debate. It has and it will continue to be a topic under scrutiny for subsequent deliberations since there are many different research dimensions and contexts associated with it. However, it has been observed that the linkage between corporate governance and strategy of a corporation remains as an untapped area with considerable avenues of research. This paper tends to explore this linkage, using Enron scandal as backdrop. In the a...

  12. Investigando con personas con dificultades de aprendizaje

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    Borja González Luna

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available El artículo muestra los orígenes de lo que Walmsley (2008 denomina «investigación inclusiva». Para comprender qué se entiende por investigación inclusiva tenemos que remontarnos a los debates epistemológicos sobre las metodologías cuantitativas y cualitativas, acontecidos en la década de los 90, en torno a la revista Disability & Society. A partir de una síntesis de dichos debates, focalizados en el ámbito de la «discapacidad intelectual y del desarrollo», se exponen dos estrategias de colaboración con dicha población: a una aproximación etnográfica (de trabajo grupal, y b una aproximación biográfica (de trabajo individual. A continuación se esboza un posible diseño de trabajo de campo que intenta superar el paradigma cualitativo «clásico» con el objetivo de incluir a dicho colectivo más allá del rol de «sujetos de la investigación». Para finalizar se recoge el debate sobre la accesibilidad de los resultados de la investigación a los participantes en dichas investigaciones, y con ello la necesaria innovación en el ámbito de las «devoluciones» de los resultados, cuando se trata de incluir a personas que presentan limitaciones para la comprensión del lenguaje abstracto oral y/o escrito.

  13. Avaliação do perfil cinestésico-corporal de crianças com Síndrome de Down: um parâmetro para se atender à proposta das Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais para a educação especial Evaluación del perfil cinestésico-corporal de niños con Síndrome de Down: un parámetro para atender a la propuesta de las directrices curriculares nacionales para la educación especial The evaluation of the cine-esthetic-corporal profile of children with Down's Syndrome: a parameter to attend the proposal of the national curricular guidelines for special education

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    Ariella Brito

    2009-06-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo teve por objetivo avaliar o perfil cinestésico-corporal de 20 crianças, com Síndrome de Down (SD, de 06 a 12 anos, residentes na Região Sul do Estado do Tocantins - Brasil. Isto com o propósito de estabelecer parâmetros cognitivo-motores que possam fundamentar práticas heterogêneas tanto no projeto político-pedagógico, como no currículo, na metodologia de ensino e na avaliação de tais entes, em conformidade com as Diretrizes Curriculares Nacionais para Educação Especial (BRASIL, 2001 e favorecer, assim, a aprendizagem e a integração social de indivíduos com tais necessidades especiais. Tal objetivo foi alcançado a partir de uma avaliação de contexto na qual foi aplicado o Inventário Portage Operacionalizado (WILLIAMS; AIELLO, 2001 e o protocolo de avaliação de habilidades motoras de Bruininks - Oseretsky (BRUININKS, 1978. Concluiu-se que indivíduos com SD apresentam um deficit de habilidades cognitivo-motoras próprias da coordenação motora fina e um limitado desenvolvimento da linguagem, seja oral ou escrita, resultando em insucesso nas tarefas escolares. Finalmente, chama-se a atenção para um importante aspecto, isto é, que alguns indivíduos portadores da SD, seja em função de um menor nível de deficiência cerebral ou mesmo de vivência motora, podem ter êxito em tarefas diversas, inclusive no ambiente escolar.Este artículo tuvo por objetivo evaluar el perfil cinestésico-corporal de 20 niños, con Síndrome de Down - SD, de 06 a 12 años, residentes en la Región Sur del estado de Tocantins - Brasil. Esto con el propósito de establecer parámetros cognitivo-motores que puedan fundamentar prácticas heterogéneas en el proyecto político-pedagógico, en el currículum, en la metodología de enseñanza y en la evaluación de tales entes, en conformidad con las Directrices Curriculares Nacionales para Educación Especial (MEC/SEESP, 1998, favoreciendo así el aprendizaje y la integración social

  14. Corporate Governance, CSR og menneskerettigheder

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    Buhmann, Karin

    2005-01-01

    Artiklen diskuterer om der findes en forbindelse mellem Corporate Governance og Corporate Social Responsibility i forhold til menneskerettigheder. Det konkluderes, at en sådan forbindelse findes, i hvert fald i forhold til arbejdstagerrettigheder og dele af forholdet til eksterne stakeholdere. Me...

  15. Corporal Punishment and Child Adjustment

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    Aucoin, Katherine J.; Frick, Paul J.; Bodin, S. Doug

    2006-01-01

    The association between corporal punishment and children's emotional and behavioral functioning was studied in a sample of 98 non-referred children with a mean age of 12.35 (SD=1.72) recruited from two school systems in the southeastern United States. Children were divided into those who had experienced no corporal punishment over approximately a…

  16. Constructing corporate identities on websites

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    Bøilerehauge, Dorrit

    2007-01-01

    En analyse og diskussion af hvorledes internationale virksomheder konstruerer deres identitet på deres corporate websites.......En analyse og diskussion af hvorledes internationale virksomheder konstruerer deres identitet på deres corporate websites....

  17. Studies on Dutch Housing Corporations

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    Veenstra, Jacob

    2016-01-01

    One third of all dwellings in the Netherlands is owned by housing corporations. These are privately governed institutions executing a public task (social housing). Recently, corporations have received negative attention due to various incidents (such as fraud and excessive risk-taking). This put

  18. Corporate responses to stakeholder activism

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    Uldam, Julie; Krause Hansen, Hans

    2017-01-01

    Corporations are increasingly expected to act responsibly. The purpose of this paper is to examine two types of corporate responses to these expectations: overt and covert responses. Specifically, it examines oil companies’ involvement in multi-stakeholder initiatives and sponsorships (overt...

  19. Corporate Governance Frequently Asked Questions

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    International Finance Corporation

    2016-01-01

    This guidebook is designed to address common questionson corporate governance that are frequently asked byowners and managers of companies in the Middle Eastand North Africa (MENA) region. It familiarizes readerswith the basic concepts of corporate governance,providing a comprehensive overview of the subject matter,using case studies as practical examples of corporategovernance application...

  20. An international corporate governance index

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    Martynova, M.; Renneboog, L.D.R.; Wright, M.; Siegel, D.; Keasey, K.; Filatotchev, I.

    2013-01-01

    This chapter presents a comparative analysis of corporate governance regulatory systems and their development since 1990 in the United States and in 30 European countries. It introduces a proposed methodology that would help create detailed corporate governance indices which describe the primary

  1. Hungary : Corporate Governance Country Assessment

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    World Bank

    2003-01-01

    This report assesses the corporate governance policy framework and enforcement and compliance practices in Hungary. Hungary has already invested considerable resources in upgrading its legislation to meet European Union Directives, and the legislative and regulatory framework dealing with corporate governance issues is robust. The major issues identified by this review include: (1) the gen...

  2. Corporate Social Responsibility for Sustainability

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    Wojciech Przychodzeń

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to is to provide insights on implementing corporate social responsibility for sustainability (CSRS concept and show how it differs from basic corporate social responsibility (CSR. Methodology: The paper discusses major issues with references to existing literature and real business cases from S&P500 consumer discretionary sector. Findings: The main fi nding of this paper is that CSRS could provide the company with a competitive advantage as a growing number of consumers become more sustainable conscious. It could also help to overcome the increasing consumers’ skepticism towards corporate social responsibility practices. Finally, it can also be seen as a step forward in defi ning what types of corporate activities are associated with desirable social and environmental gains. Research limitations: Our sample was restricted to the U.S. fi rms from the consumer discretionary sector. Therefore, conclusions should not be generalized to other markets. Our study is based on the analysis of environmental and social responsibility statements and assumes that they accurately represent corporate commitment in majority of the cases. Practical implications: CSRS offers corporations the opportunity to use their unique skills, culture, values, resources, and management capabilities to lead social progress by making sustainability part of its internal corporate logic. Originality: The paper raises the importance of the different conditions necessary for making sustainable development concept an important part of corporate strategy.

  3. Theory "W": The Corporate Warrior.

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    Morris, David J., Jr.

    1986-01-01

    Describes power structure of corporations functioning under Theory W in which single leaders, in partnership with trusted followers, achieve corporate success. Basis of this industrial structure is attributed to social and developmental structures of prehistoric man and city states. Dimensions of W, X, Y, and Z theories are discussed. (MBR)

  4. Corporate Support of Education: Some Strings Attached

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    Malott, Robert H.

    1978-01-01

    Corporate self-interest should guide corporate giving. Managers of publicly held corporations have the right, the capability, and the obligation to establish a philosophical screen to use in determining how shareholders' money is to be donated. (Author/MLF)

  5. Examining the Relationship between Corporate Social ...

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    Recently the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR) is being ... recognize and instill CSR initiatives into their corporate culture and business ... Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Performance, ROA, ROE, and ROS.

  6. Corporate Governance & Social Responsibility: : Challenges Regarding Accountability

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    drs. Ewoud Jansen

    2012-01-01

    Corporate Social Responsibility affects Corporate Governance as it stretches the accountability of companies beyond its traditional boundaries. This however may conflict with the corporate objective of maximizing stockholder wealth. The paper provides an overview of various academic theories and

  7. Corporate Foresight and Strategic Decisions

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    Gomez Portaleoni, Claudio; Marinova, Svetla Trifonova; Ul-Haq, Rehan

    . It provides an extensive analysis of extant theories of corporate foresight and strategic management, brings in new notions and insights, and presents an in-depth case study exploration of corporate foresight of a European bank. The understanding of organizational future is influenced by the perceived......The investigation of the future of an organization has always captivated the attention of academics and business managers. Presently, the aspiration to entrench future-relevant insights into management practices is a must. Companies that have made attempts to use corporate foresight have generally...... dealt successfully with internal information sharing processes that in most cases have prepared them for the challenges of the future. Corporate Foresights and Strategic Decisions investigates the relationships between corporate foresight and management decision-making processes in organizations...

  8. Corporate Stakeholding and Globalism

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    Lauesen, Linne Marie

    2016-01-01

    , the global warming, the disasters of global consumerism in terms of the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in the fashion industry, are examples of how the stakeholder concept cannot continue to be defined as narrow as corporations usually does. The butterfly effect of globalism has shown to be – yes, global....... Even the smallest company, the single consumer and the tiniest decision made by anyone may in the future – perhaps even tomorrow – affect stakeholders, we didn’t know existed. The future generation is also to be considered as stakeholders, which decisions made today may affect. Companies, consumers......, everyday people including children already know this even from the first day at school if not before. What we need is not knowledge about these phenomena – it is how to think globally when we decide locally: in companies, in daily households, in education of our future generations. This chapter discusses...

  9. Advanta Financial Corporation

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    Smyth, R. J.

    1998-01-01

    Services provided by Advanta Financial Corporation to the oil and gas industry are described. These services include industrial equipment leasing, and sale and lease back of new or used equipment in the $ 250,000 to $ 2 million range. Office equipment is provided on a 12 to 60 month capital lease with 100 per cent financing on new equipment. Service equipment is also available on 12 to 60 month capital lease and 0 to 25 per cent equity is required. Production equipment is leased on 12 to 84 month capital and operating lease agreement and requires 0 to 25 per cent equity. The process of concluding a lease in each category is described, including documentation requirements, equipment description, engineering summary, equipment schedule and acceptance, evidence of insurance and fiscal arrangements. In general, flexibility in the arrangements is the key to success in an aggressive and highly competitive industry

  10. The Solar Development Corporation

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    Singer, C.E.

    1997-12-01

    This paper describes a proposed stand alone company, the Solar Development Corporation (SDC), to be a business development and financing entity for photovoltaic operations with the potential to be commercially sustainable. SDC will have a fully integrated policy advocacy link to the World Bank. SDC will define target countries where the potential exists for significant early market expansion. In those countries it will provide: market and business development services that will accelerate the growth of private firms and deepen the penetration of Solar Home Systems (SHS) and other rural PV applications in the market; and access to pre-commercial and parallel financing for private firms to (1) expand their capability in PV distribution businesses, and (2) strengthen their ability to provide credit to end users. SDC itself will not engage in direct financing of the final consumer. It is intended that as far as possible SDC`s finance will be provided in parallel with financing from Financial Intermediaries.

  11. Intelligence analysis in corporate security

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    Manojlović Dragan

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Located in the survey indicate that the protection of a corporation, its internal and external interest from the perspective of quality data for intelligence analysis and the need for kroporacije and corporate security. Furthermore, the results indicate that the application is not only practical knowledge of intelligence analysis, but also its scientific knowledge, provides epistemologically oriented critique of traditional techniques undertaken in corporate security in connection with the analysis of the challenges, risks and threats. On the question of whether it can and should be understood only as a form of corporate espionage, any aspect of such a new concept in the theory and practice of corporate security, competitive intelligence activities, as well as an activity or involves a range of different methods and techniques meaningful and expedient activities to be implemented integrally and continuously within corporate security, given the multiple responses to the work. The privatization of intelligence activities as an irreversible process that was decades ago engulfed the western hemisphere, in the first decade of the third millennium has been accepted in Europe, in the sense that corporations at national and multinational levels of system intelligence analysis used not only for your safety but also for the competition, and nothing and less for growth companies and profits. It has become a resource that helps control their managers in corporations to make timely and appropriate decisions. Research has shown that intelligence analysis in corporate security one factor that brings the diversity of the people and give corporations an advantage not only in time, but much more on the market and product.

  12. Experiencia inicial en la cirugía cardiovascular con circulación extracorpórea en recién nacidos prematuros con un peso menor de 2.500 gramos

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    Christian Kreutzer

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available RESUMENIntroducciónNo obstante el progreso sostenido en cirugía cardiovascular neonatal en los últimos 30 años,los recién nacidos prematuros con cardiopatías congénitas presentan un desafío adicional alequipo multidisciplinario interviniente debido a la frecuente asociación de comorbilidades ybajo peso. A diferencia de las estrategias históricas diferidas de diferir la cirugía, desde 2007llevamos a cabo cirugías correctoras sin importar el peso ni la edad en pacientes sintomáticoscon el propósito de mejorar su estado cardíaco para que pudieran superar las comorbilidadesasociadas.ObjetivoComunicar la experiencia inicial en cirugía cardiovascular (CCV con circulación extracorpórea(CEC en neonatos de menos de 2.500 gramos.Material y métodosDe mayo de 2007 a mayo de 2009, 11 neonatos fueron intervenidos con CEC. La edad mediafue de 24 días (4 a 90 días, la edad gestacional media fue de 34 semanas (32 a 37 y el pesomedio, de 2,27 kg (1,7 a 2,5. Previo a la intervención, siete pacientes estaban con asistenciarespiratoria mecánica (ARM y nueve con inotrópicos. Los diagnósticos fueron comunicacióninterventricular (n = 4, uno con coartación de la aorta grave, anomalía total del retornovenoso pulmonar (n = 2, transposición de grandes arterias (n = 2, atresia pulmonarcon septum íntegro (n = 1, atresia pulmonar con comunicación interventricular (n = 1 ehipoplasia del ventrículo izquierdo (n = 1. Se utilizó hipotermia profunda a 18 °C de temperaturarectal con paro circulatorio total intermitente (n = 8 o flujo completo a 28 °C detemperatura rectal (n = 3. En 10 pacientes se realizó cirugía correctora biventricular y enuno se efectuó cirugía de Norwood.ResultadosEn 8 pacientes se dejó el esternón abierto, con un tiempo medio al cierre de 3,5 días (3 a 5.Tres pacientes requirieron factor VII por presentar sangrado incoercible. El tiempo mediode ARM fue de 7,5 días (2 a 20. Las complicaciones más comunes fueron

  13. Giochiamo con i robot

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    Andrea Bonarini

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available "Giochiamo con i robot" e' un laboratorio interattivo per grandi e piccini realizzato per l'edizione 2007 del Festival della Scienza di Genova. Lungo un percorso che va dalla telerobotica alla robotica evolutiva, il laboratorio sviluppa il tema di dare intelligenza ai robot. Questo percorso, le cui tappe sono le varie installazioni, si conclude nella "bottega" dove e' possibile costruire e programmare i propri robot o smontare e modificare quelli esposti durante il percorso didattico. I visitatori sono coinvolti in attivita' ludiche grazie alle quali possonoentrare in contatto con alcune delle idee potenti della robotica,

  14. disegnare con ... Alberto Pratelli

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    Roberto Mingucci

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Con questa breve intervista ad Alberto Pratelli, (non a caso scelto per aprire questa nuova rubrica intendia-mo inaugurare un dialogo con personalità significati-ve del Disegno di Architettura, che consenta riflessioni dedicate alle sue varie dimensioni, oggi più che mai da approfondire. La suggestione a farlo, viene da un’idea di Pablo Rodri-guez Navarro ed abbiamo quindi pensato di avviarla proprio in questo numero, che Pablo ha accettato di curare su un tema a lui particolarmente caro.

  15. Corporate accountability and transitional justice

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    Sabine Michalowski

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Traditionally, transitional justice processes do not address the role of corporations in dictatorships or in armed conflicts that give rise to the need for dealing with grave and systematic human rights violations. However, there is a growing awareness that in many contexts corporations contribute to these violations, often in the form of corporate complicity with the principal violators. An argument can therefore be made that to achieve the aims of transitional justice and establish a holistic narrative of the past as well as obtain justice and reparations for victims requires investigating and addressing the role of corporate actors. This article uses the example of Colombia’s Justice and Peace process to show some of the complexities, opportunities and challenges that arise if transitional justice measures focus primarily on criminal law and create a specific legal framework, outside of the ordinary justice systems, only for a limited group of primary perpetrators, in the Colombian case for members of the armed groups who demobilised. It is argued that the exclusion of corporate actors in contexts where their role is regarded as significant leads to victims seeking alternatives ways to obtain justice and that both victims and corporations would benefit if transitional justice mechanisms addressed the role of corporations.

  16. Measuring instruments of corporate reputation

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    Damir Grgić

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available The subject of this paper is focused on the instruments for the measurement of corporate reputation. Recent research of the elements which influence the success of a company shows a growing interest in intangible values. Corporate reputation itself has been identified as one of the key intangible assets which create the company’s added value. Understanding of the importance of corporate reputation has been determined as a significant component of the company’s competitiveness, that is, of its competitive edge. Reputation is a normal part of our life and an integral part of our society. Our interest in the honesty and integrity of others is firmly established in all cultures and nowadays the focus of this interest is switching increasingly on companies. Corporate reputation can be acquired by means of strong, well-developed strategies, which are crucial for the opinion of stakeholders regarding future stability and competitive sustainability of the company. On the other hand, it should be emphasized that in order to manage it, corporate reputation has to be measured first. However, although the concept of corporate reputation is universally accepted and its significance has been recognized especially in the last two decades, the process of its measurement is still at an early stage and there is no universally accepted instrument for its measurement. Therefore, the author of this paper gives an overview of the instruments used for the measurement of corporate reputation which have gained a foothold through former practical usage.

  17. Revisiting the Complexities of Corporate Branding

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    Gyrd-Jones, Richard; Merrilees, Bill; Miller, Dale

    2013-01-01

    The evolution of corporate branding literature since the seminal paper by Balmer is evaluated. The literature exhibits signs of maturing, which is evidenced by multiple theoretical underpinnings and a widening scope. Four themes are identified: (i) corporate brand as differentiation; (ii) corporate...... brand as corporate communication; (iii) corporate brand as a values-based approach; and (iv) corporate brand as internal branding approaches. We give special attention to issues of corporate communication, corporate identity, corporate vision, multiple stakeholders, alignment, multiple voices, corporate...... values and organisational culture. The themes are examined through a ‘paradox’ lens. Each theme is discussed in terms of the theoretical challenges arising from complexities in that aspect of corporate branding, ensuing apparent paradoxes and possible solutions for each paradox. The paradoxes...

  18. Composição corporal e somatótipo de mulheres com sobrepeso e obesas pré e pós-treinamento em circuito ou caminhada Composición corpóral y somatotipo de mujeres con sobrepeso y obesas pré y post entrenando en circuito de caminata Body composition and somatotype in overweight and obese women pre- and post-circuit training or jogging

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    Carlos Alexandre Fett

    2006-02-01

    Full Text Available PROPÓSITOS: Comparar diferentes métodos de avaliação da composição corporal em mulheres com sobrepeso e obesas sedentárias submetidas a dois meses de treinamento em circuito (CIRC, ou caminhada (CAM e associar o desempenho físico à 'muscularidade', calculada por esses métodos. MÉTODOS: Grupos: CIRC, n = 14, índice de massa corporal (IMC, kg/m² = 32 ± 8 (média ± DP; idade = 34 ± 10 (anos; e CAM, n = 12, IMC = 30 ± 3; idade = 38 ± 11. Treinamento: 60min x 3d/semana no primeiro mês e 60min x 4d/semana no segundo. Avaliação da composição corporal: antropometria(1,2, bioimpedância(3 e somatotipia(4. Testes de uma repetição máxima (1-RM para supino reto, leg press e remada baixa sentada. RESULTADOS: A massa, o IMC, a percentagem da gordura corporal pela antropometria e bioimpedância e a endomorfia foram reduzidas significativamente nos dois grupos. A mesomorfia diminuiu e a ectomorfia aumentou no CAM. As massas magra da bioimpedância e muscular não mudaram em ambos os grupos. A circunferência muscular do braço (CMB aumentou significativamente no CIRC. O resultado da percentagem de gordura da bioimpedância e o da antropometria foram iguais e significativamente correlacionados. A endomorfia foi significativamente correlacionada com o percentual de gordura da antropometria e a mesomorfia com a da massa magra da antropometria. A ectomorfia não se correlacionou com a massa magra da antropometria. CONCLUSÃO: A somatotipia teve bom resultado para avaliar as modificações fenotípicas dessas mulheres. Todavia, a endomorfia apresentou melhor concordância e a ectomorfia, a pior, comparada com outros métodos. Os resultados do somatótipo sugerem que o CIRC obteve melhor resultado. A bioimpedância e a antropometria produzem resultados similares para avaliar a composição corporal.PROPÓSITO: El propósito fue el de comparar métodos diferentes de evaluación de la composición corpórea en las mujeres con el sobrepeso y

  19. Competitive advantage and corporate communications

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    Mitić Sanja

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Strategic importance of corporate communications and its role in the development of competitive advantage has attracted interest of numerous researchers in the fields of organization, management, marketing and public relations. Recent studies particularly emphasise the growing importance of soft factors, such as reputation in the development of competitive advantage. Concept of reputation is strongly connected with stakeholder theory, which stresses the importance of corporate communications for competitive advantage of firms. The paper focuses on competitive advantage and the link among strategy, reputation and corporate communications.

  20. Corporate social responsibility in hospitality

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    Snježana Gagić

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Responsible management of global hospitality companies increasingly recognizes how important are concerns about the society, the environment as well as all stakeholders in maintaining a good market position. In Serbia, the concept of corporate social responsibility is relatively unknown and insufficiently researched in all business areas, especially in the hospitality industry where small businesses are dominated. The papers task is to present particular activities that demonstrate social responsibility to employees, customers-guests, local communities as well as the environment. The paper aims to highlight the benefits of adopting the principles of corporate social responsibility and innovation applied in catering enterprises as an example of good corporate social responsibility practices.

  1. Corporate strategic branding: How country and corporate brands come together

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    Đorđević Bojan

    2008-01-01

    The concept of countries as brands has been increasingly recognized in the post-modern global world. A strong country brand can provide corporate brands with a unique set of values, which supports their positioning on the international market. Simultaneously, once corporate brands achieve worldwide success, they contribute actively to developing new features of the country brand. Consumers pay more and more attention to products' country of origin. When the name of a country is mentioned, the...

  2. THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY ON CORPORATE VALUE

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    Diana DOBRESCU

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper investigates the correlation between Corporate Social Responsability actions and companies’ value. For this purpose a data base was created for 101 important companies in Romania, for years 2011 and 2012. The data was processed using Eviews 7 and SAS 9.2 softwares and the econometric variables specific determinations were interpreted in an econometric approach. A new index for the Corporate Social Responsabilitiy hierarchy levels was proposed and its applicability was demonstrated.

  3. The Complementarity between Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Andrea Beltratti

    2005-01-01

    The paper aims at understanding the relation between corporate governance (CG) and corporate social responsibility (CSR). In theory, CG refers mainly to the mechanisms which protect outsiders and ensure an effective working of the firm, while CSR refers mainly to the objective function of the firm and the attention for various stakeholders. The paper discusses these concepts, with particular attention to the relation between CSR and profit maximization. This relation is important to evaluate ...

  4. Integration of Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Communication

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    Islam, Mohammad Nur

    2017-01-01

    The purpose of this study is to present a new perspective on the current practices in corporate communications and CSR which calls for an integration of social responsibility and communication activities of corporations as an opportunity of competitive advantage. More specifically, this study looks at this subject from the angle of how companies can use communications to achieve CSR goal, while CSR can be a way to attain efficacy in communication. The study is designed to examine the current ...

  5. Corporate Brand Trust as a Mediator in the Relationship between Consumer Perception of CSR, Corporate Hypocrisy, and Corporate Reputation

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    Hanna Kim

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this research is to investigate the relationship between consumer perception of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR, corporate brand trust, corporate hypocrisy, and corporate reputation. Based on the one-to-one interview method using a structured questionnaire of 560 consumers in South Korea, the proposed model was estimated by structural equation modeling analysis. The model suggests that consumer perception of CSR influences consumer attitudes toward a corporation (i.e., perceived corporate hypocrisy and corporate reputation by developing corporate brand trust. This in turn further enhances corporate reputation while decreasing corporate hypocrisy. The findings of our study demonstrate that consumer perception of CSR is an antecedent to corporate brand trust, which fully mediates the relationship between consumer perception of CSR and corporate reputation. In addition, corporate brand trust has the role of partial mediator in the relationship between consumer perception of CSR and corporate hypocrisy. These results imply that to better understand the relationship between consumer perception of CSR and consumer attitudes toward a corporation, it is necessary to consider corporate brand trust as an important mediating variable. The theoretical and practical implications of this study are discussed, together with its limitations and potential for future research.

  6. Conversando con Oriol Bohigas

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    Redondo Domínguez, Ernesto; Moya Sala, Joaquim

    2015-01-01

    [EN] Interview with Oriol Bohigas [ES] Entrevista con Oriol Bohigas Redondo Domínguez, E.; Moya Sala, J. (2015). Conversando con… Oriol Bohigas. EGA. Revista de Expresión Gráfica Arquitectónica. 20(26):22-35. doi:10.4995/ega.2015.4061 22 35 20 26

  7. DR Con o:

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    which could fall under the Ugandan influence. The con-. flict in the ..... The Congolese people and international community within SADC, the AU ..... ments and make peace among themselves. However, one ... friends overnight.There is a great ...

  8. Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Social Innovation: A Conceptual Understanding

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    Jali Muhamad Nizam

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available In decades, various organizations worldwide engaged with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR in order to show their corporate commitments and responsibilities towards societies at large. These commitments and responsibilities are coming from monetary and non-monetary resources for example cash, equipment’s and human resources whom are used for social purposes and activities that leads to a betterment of society and also to improved organization reputation. However, in today’s knowledge and innovation led economy, organizations can no longer affords to get involve in charity and community services merely to fulfil social return without having any sort of economic payoffs. This situation warrants organizations moving beyond CSR to Corporate Social Innovation. This paper explores conceptual understanding between CSR and Corporate Social Innovation. CSR is a traditional philanthropy and old paradigm which is somewhat no longer sufficient in coping with current economic situation. Hence, this paper provides an insight and suggests that corporate social innovation as an emergence new paradigm that perhaps could provide a comprehensive representation in the era of knowledge and innovation led economy that will leads to real change in improving the well-being of people’s life, enhance economic and technological growth. Furthermore, this paper also highlighted knowledge resource is the most significant resource of Corporate Social Innovation.

  9. Neuroprotección en la encefalopatia hipóxico isquémica perinatal: Tratamientos con eficacia clínica demostrada y perspectivas futuras Neuroprotection in perinatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy: Effective treatment and future perspectives

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    Agustín Legido

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de este trabajo es revisar el resultado de estudios clínicos recientes que han demostrado el efecto neuroprotector de algunas terapias en la encefalopatía hipóxico-isquémica (EHI perinatal y presentar las perspectivas futuras de otras investigaciones clínicas y experimentales. Terapias con eficacia clínica demostrada. Alopurinol: Bloquea la producción de radicales libres tras hipoxia-isquemia. En un estudio reciente, los niños con corazón izquierdo hipoplásico tratados con alopurinol, pero no aquéllos con otras cardiopatías, tuvieron un número significativamente menor de complicaciones que los controles, incluyendo muerte, convulsiones, coma o problemas cardíacos. Opiáceos: En otro estudio reciente, un grupo de recién nacidos con EHI tratados con morfina o fentanil tuvieron un grado menor de lesión cerebral en la RMN y un mejor pronóstico neurológico. Hipotermia: Tanto la hipotermia localizada (cerebral como la sistémica (todo el cuerpo tienen un efecto neuroprotector en recién nacidos seleccionados tras sufrir EHI. Perspectivas Futuras. Fármacos antiepilépticos. Estos tienen mecanismos de acción múltiple que pueden bloquear la cascada bioquímica de lesión neuronal en EHI. Otras modalidades terapéuticas. Entre ellas hay que destacar el estudio de la terapia neuroprotectora combinada, los factores de crecimiento, la terapia genética, el transplante de células madre y la vacunación neuroprotectora. En conclusión, un mejor conocimiento de los mecanismos moleculares de la patogenia de la EHI y mejores estudios clínicos con terapias neuroprotectoras abrirá nuevas posibilidades terapéuticas aplicables en la práctica clínica. Todo ello mejorará sin lugar a duda el pronóstico de los recién nacidos con EHI.The aim of this paper is to review the results of recent clinical studies of some therapies that have demonstrated a neuroprotective effect in perinatal hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE and to

  10. fertilizada con diferentes abonos

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    Jorge Alberto Elizondo-Salazar

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Producción y calidad de la biomasa de morera (Morus alba fertilizada con diferentes abonos. Se llevó a cabo un experimento en la Estación Experimental “Alfredo Volio Mata” de la Universidad de Costa Rica con el fi n de evaluar la aplicación de 150 kg de N/ha/año proveniente de dos abonos orgánicos: lombriabono y compostaje; y de un fertilizante químico, sobre la producción y calidad de la biomasa de morera. El periodo experimental comprendió un ciclo de 12 meses, iniciando en julio del 2003 y fi nalizando en julio del 2004. Se utilizó una plantación de morera de 12 años de establecida con una densidad de siembra de 27.777 plantas/ ha. Se empleó un diseño de bloques completos al azar con cuatro tratamientos: dos abonos orgánicos, nitrato de amonio (33,5% N y un control. Las plantas se podaron a 0,6 m sobre el nivel del suelo al inicio del ensayo. Durante el periodo experimental, las plantas fueron podadas consecutivamente cada 90 días. Las hojas y los tallos fueron separados y analizados para determinar el contenido de materia seca y proteína cruda. La producción de materia seca fue 23% superior y el contenido de proteína cruda fue signifi cativamente mayor con el nitrógeno químico, mientras que el contenido de materia seca fue menor. No se encontraron diferencias signifi cativas entre el tratamiento control y los tratamientos orgánicos.

  11. Corporate plan 1978

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    The CEGB Corporate Plan is intended as a background document for those in the industry and as a basis for discussions with the Department of Energy on investment programmes and energy policy generally. It contains the most recent information on actions taken or agreed, on remaining problems and an options for further action on these problems. Following an introduction summarising the CEGB's objectives and recent progress the issues are discussed under the following main headings: energy policy background; medium term plans; the year ahead; options, actions and conclusions. Appendices include: three energy scenarios, one a reference case by the Department of Energy, and two CEGB scenarios which identify a credible range of future electricity demands; 1978 capital investment proposals; and medium term forecasts for demand and plant position at winter peak, and for bulk costs and unit sales. The board intends to continue to develop a suitable long term nuclear strategy which includes thermal reactors and the development of the fast reactor as a viable option. (U.K.)

  12. Unbundling the corporation.

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    Hagel, J; Singer, M

    1999-01-01

    No matter how monolithic they may seem, most companies are really engaged in three kinds of businesses. One business attracts customers. Another develops products. The third oversees operations. Although organizationally intertwined, these businesses have conflicting characteristics. It takes a big investment to find and develop a relationship with a customer, so profitability hinges on achieving economies of scope. But speed, not scope, drives the economics of product innovation. And the high fixed costs of capital-intensive infrastructure businesses require economies of scale. Scope, speed, and scale can't be optimized simultaneously, so trade-offs have to be made when the three businesses are bundled into one corporation. Historically, they have been bundled because the interaction costs--the friction--incurred by separating them were too high. But we are on the verge of a worldwide reduction in interaction costs, the authors contend, as electronic networks drive down the costs of communicating and of exchanging data. Activities that companies have always believed were central to their businesses will suddenly be offered by new, specialized competitors that won't have to make trade-offs. Ultimately, the authors predict, traditional businesses will unbundle and then rebundle into large infrastructure and customer-relationship businesses and small, nimble product innovation companies. And executives in many industries will be forced to ask the most basic question about their companies: What business are we really in? Their answer will determine their fate in an increasingly frictionless economy.

  13. Corporate media versus democracy

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    2011-01-01

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    Em 13 de janeiro de 1999, Robert W. McChesney gentilmente me autorizou a publicar, na nossa revista eletrônica Ciberlegenda, o importante artigo a seguir, baseado em questões abordadas em seu livro Corporate media and the threat to democracy (Seven Stories Press, 1997. PhD e professor da School of Journalism and Mass Communication da University of Wisconsin-Madison, nos Estados Unidos, é um dos mais categorizados pesquisadores sobre as mídias globais. Insere-se na tradição intelectual de Noam Chomsky e de Herbert I. Schiller — pensadores que, vivendo no centro hegemônico do world system, se distinguem como críticos das formas de dominação ideológica norte-americanas, particularmente as disseminadas por seus colossais impérios de informação e entretenimento.

  14. Composición de ácidos grasos y peroxidación lipídica de mitocondrias y microsomas aislados de hígado, corazón y cerebro de aves de diferentes especies: relación con el tamaño corporal

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    Gutiérrez, Ana María

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    Las aves pueden vivir dos veces más tiempo y poseen tasas metabólicas específicas 2.3 veces mayores que las de los mamíferos de similar tamaño corporal. La temperatura del cuerpo está 3ºC por encima de la que presentan los mamíferos y los niveles de glucosa en sangre son 2 a 4 veces más altos. Los ácidos grasos poliinsaturados de cadena larga como el ácido araquidónico (C20:4n6) y el ácido docosahexenoico (C22:6n3) juegan un papel importante en una variedad de funciones biológicas. Los ácidos...

  15. Corporate Policy Conferences and Events

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    2015-10-15

    Oct 15, 2015 ... Hospitality as defined in the Corporate Hospitality Policy; ... awards and recognition ceremonies; social events and any other ... The Convenor is the person who initiates an event and takes responsibility for its conduct.

  16. Corporate Social Responsibility in Afghanistan

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    Azizi, Sameer

    This doctoral dissertation examines the business-development relations in Afghanistan by focusing on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and other related practices from corporations in the Afghan mobile telecommunications industry. More concretely, the study aims to explore the characteristics...... provides a relevant empirical focus that can enrich the theoretical debates about CSR in developing countries. The study thereby stresses on the importance of context, and integrates both the societal and corporate dimensions to study CSR by corporations in the Afghan mobile telecommunications industry...... and drivers of the various CSR practices in the Afghan mobile telecommunications industry in order to critically assess the relationship between CSR and development in such context. The thesis highlights that the national context of Afghanistan in combination with the global mobile telecommunications industry...

  17. PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES FOR CORPORATE ...

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    Key words: Proxy contest, Corporate governance, Prospects, Challenges, Nigeria ... this advantage, cumulative voting is rare in publicly traded firms and most ..... framework needs to be put in place in Nigeria, which will highlight the gains of ...

  18. Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) documents

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — OIG negotiates corporate integrity agreements (CIA) with health care providers and other entities as part of the settlement of Federal health care program...

  19. Bridging Corporate and Organizational Communication

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    Christensen, Lars Thøger; Cornelissen, Joep

    2011-01-01

    organizational communication as well. We provide a formative and critical review of research on corporate communication as a platform for highlighting crucial intersections with select research traditions in organizational communication to argue for a greater integration between these two areas of research....... Following this review, we relax the assumptions underlying traditional corporate communication research and show how these dimensions interact in organizational and communication analysis, thus, demonstrating the potential for a greater cross-fertilization between the two areas of research. This cross......The theory and practice of corporate communication is usually driven by other disciplinary concerns than the field of organizational communication. However, its particular mind-set focusing on wholeness and consistency in corporate messages increasingly influence the domain of contemporary...

  20. Corporate governance and intellectual capital

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    Rahmat Alizadeh

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of this paper is to examine the association between corporate governance and Intellectual capital in the pharmaceutical companies accepted in Tehran Stock Exchange over the period 2004-2009 using a regression based model. The study investigates the impacts of three some independent variables of the corporate governance (i.e. the number of board members, the relative extent of nonexecutive to executive directors, the auditing committee. The results suggest that corporate governance had no special effect on intellectual capital in the pharmaceutical companies. Furthermore among corporate governance's variables, the first one (i.e. board size had negative impact on firms' intellectual capital and the second and the third variables had no effects on intellectual capital.

  1. REFORMING CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN ETHIOPIA ...

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    financial resources on domestic and international capital markets through good corporate governance excited ...... It does not provide for separation of the roles of a chief executive officer (CEO) and board Chairperson;. • Besides, the law does ...

  2. Discourses and Inter-Corporeity

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    Algis Mickūnas

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available Contemporary European theories have focused attention on corporeity, its surface excitations and passions, and even on politically constructed bodies – how do men and women “carry their bodies”. The great variety of such claims suggests transformations in theoretical thinking, yet such changes were already articulated at another level by phenomenological studies: kinesthetic body. It is obvious that to speak of corporeity is possible only on the basis of analyses of corporeal movements. Thus, the aim of this essay is to disclose the structures of bodily movements, constituting the basis of primordial awareness – not “I think” but “I can”. In the essay there are presented a number of theses of post modernists who have not developed adequate analyses of corporeal movements.

  3. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND STAKEHOLDERS’ ACCOUNTABILITY

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    Elena CHIȚIMUȘ

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Corporate governance is the system through which companies are directed and controlled but until today academic environment, regulators, corporations couldn’t reach a unanimous definition. Corporate governance provisions suffered changes after several largely covered financial scandals. Entities incur costs when complying with new regulations but not complying impacts the reputation and investors might think twice before bringing their money into the company. Accountability for business decisions, risk management, control that set the economic path of the company is mandatory for proving that the company is run in a fairly and smart way. This study aims to investigate how corporate governance relates to accountability of all parties involved in the current business of companies as any conflict of interest is detrimental to the company and affects in a negative way its performance.

  4. Risk management and corporate value

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    Milan Cupic

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The paper presents a theoretical framework for assessing the impact of risk management on corporate value. As the relevant factors that determine this impact, the paper analyzes market imperfections and investors’ risk aversion. The results of the present research indicate that risk management contributes to an increase in corporate value if, under the influence of market imperfections, corporate risk exposure is concave. As an expression of market imperfections, the paper analyzes the costs of financial distress, agency costs, and taxation. The results of the research also indicate that the risk management policy should not aim to minimize, but rather optimize risk exposure, by taking into account the costs of risk management, investors’ risk aversion and the competitive advantage a corporation has on the relevant market.

  5. Distracted shareholders and corporate actions

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    Kempf, Elisabeth; Manconi, Alberto; Spalt, Oliver

    Investor attention matters for corporate actions. Our new identification approach constructs firm-level shareholder "distraction" measures, by exploiting exogenous shocks to unrelated parts of institutional shareholders' portfolios. Firms with "distracted" shareholders are more likely to announce

  6. Introductory Guide to European Corporate Law

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    Fomcenco, Alex

    Introductory Guide to European Corporate Law presents in an easily comprehensible and accessible way the main features and principles that govern European corporate law.......Introductory Guide to European Corporate Law presents in an easily comprehensible and accessible way the main features and principles that govern European corporate law....

  7. Rise of a New Corporate Vehicle

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    Fomcenco, Alex

    2014-01-01

    So-called Public Benefit Corporations do not bring any revolutionary amendments to the way the traditional corporations are. But they represent a shift in the way our corporate mind and mentality is evolving. Despite the deficiencies in legislation, it must be acknowledged that this new corporate...

  8. 12 CFR 583.8 - Corporation.

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    2010-01-01

    ... 12 Banks and Banking 5 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Corporation. 583.8 Section 583.8 Banks and... SAVINGS AND LOAN HOLDING COMPANIES § 583.8 Corporation. The term Corporation means the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. ...

  9. 27 CFR 31.123 - New corporation.

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    ... 27 Alcohol, Tobacco Products and Firearms 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false New corporation. 31.123... Requiring Registration As A New Business § 31.123 New corporation. Where a new corporation is formed to take over and conduct the business of one or more corporations that have registered under this part, the new...

  10. 12 CFR 561.45 - Service corporation.

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    ... 12 Banks and Banking 5 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Service corporation. 561.45 Section 561.45... AFFECTING ALL SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS § 561.45 Service corporation. The term service corporation means any corporation, the majority of the capital stock of which is owned by one or more savings associations and which...

  11. 12 CFR 619.9185 - Funding Corporation.

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    ... 12 Banks and Banking 6 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Funding Corporation. 619.9185 Section 619.9185 Banks and Banking FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION FARM CREDIT SYSTEM DEFINITIONS § 619.9185 Funding Corporation. The term Funding Corporation refers to the Federal Farm Credit Banks Funding Corporation...

  12. 12 CFR 561.15 - Corporation.

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    ... 12 Banks and Banking 5 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Corporation. 561.15 Section 561.15 Banks and... SAVINGS ASSOCIATIONS § 561.15 Corporation. The terms Corporation and FDIC mean the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. ...

  13. Corporate Training in Virtual Worlds

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    Charles Nebolsky

    2004-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents virtual training worlds that are relatively low-cost distributed collaborative learning environments suitable for corporate training. A virtual training world allows a facilitator, experts and trainees communicating and acting in the virtual environment for practicing skills during collaborative problem solving. Using these environments is beneficial to both trainees and corporations. Two system prototypes – the sales training and the leadership training virtual worlds – are described. The leadership training course design is discussed in details.

  14. Corporate governance of the environment.

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    Purvis, B.

    2005-01-01

    The global pursuit of a more sustainable future cannot be achieved without the active engagement of the business community. The challenge for business has been to strategically engage with and embed environmental responsibility within their wider corporate governance to create effective corporate governance of the environment. The assumption would appear to be, that we have already witnessed the construction of such governance, delivered through the attainment of a paradigmatic shift in corpo...

  15. British law on corporate bribery.

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    Mukwiri, Jonathan

    2015-01-01

    Purpose: – This paper aims to assess the effectiveness of the Bribery Act 2010 in curbing corporate bribery. Design/methodology/approach: – The paper takes a doctrinal focus in assessing UK bribery law using both primary and secondary sources. Findings: – This paper finds that the effectiveness of the Bribery Act 2010 in curbing bribery lies in its approach of changing the basis for corporate criminal liability from focusing on the guilt of personnel within the company to foc...

  16. Corporate Stability and Economic Growth

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    He, Kathy S.; Morck, Randall; Yeung, Bernard

    2003-01-01

    Greater instability in a country's list of top corporations is associated with faster economic growth. This faster growth is primarily due to faster growth in total factor productivity in industrialized countries, and faster capital accumulation in developing countries. These findings are consistent with the view that economic growth is more closely tied to the rise of new large firms than to the prosperity of established large firms. Although a stable list of leading corporations is highly c...

  17. The rise of corporate savings

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    Roc Armenter

    2012-01-01

    Over the past few decades, several developed economies have experienced large changes in how much households and firms save. In fact, a sharp increase in firms’ savings behavior has changed the net position of the (nonfinancial) corporate sector vis-à-vis the rest of the economy. ; Why have firms in the business of producing goods or services become lenders? This is quite at odds with traditional models of corporate finance, which suggest that firms issue debt and equity to fund their operati...

  18. Corporate taxation and capital accumulation

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    Stephen Bond; Jing Xing

    2010-01-01

    We present new empirical evidence that aggregate capital accumulation is strongly influenced by the user cost of capital and, in particular, by corporate tax incentives summarised in the tax-adjusted user cost. We use sectoral panel data for the USA, Japan, Australia and ten EU countries over the period 1982-2007. Our panel combines data on capital stocks, value-added and relative prices from the EU KLEMS database with measures of effective corporate tax rates from the Oxford University Centr...

  19. Bank performance and corporate culture

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    Stentella Lopes, F.S.

    2015-01-01

    This thesis has three chapters and focuses on the performance of banks and on corporate culture. The first two chapters focus on bank performance and economic expectations. Specifically, the first chapter sheds light on the consistency between investors’ reaction to merger announcement and bankers’ expectation on merger gains. The second chapter analyses the link between high expectations for future economic success and bank performance. The third chapter focuses on corporate culture and it s...

  20. Competitive advantage and corporate communications

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    Mitić Sanja; Ognjanov Galjina

    2013-01-01

    Strategic importance of corporate communications and its role in the development of competitive advantage has attracted interest of numerous researchers in the fields of organization, management, marketing and public relations. Recent studies particularly emphasise the growing importance of soft factors, such as reputation in the development of competitive advantage. Concept of reputation is strongly connected with stakeholder theory, which stresses the importance of corporate communications ...

  1. Audit mode change, corporate governance

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    Limei Cao; Wanfu Li; Limin Zhang

    2015-01-01

    This study investigates changes in audit strategy in China following the introduction of risk-based auditing standards rather than an internal control-based audit mode. Specifically, we examine whether auditors are implementing the risk-based audit mode to evaluate corporate governance before distributing audit resources. The results show that under the internal control-based audit mode, the relationship between audit effort and corporate governance was weak. However, implementation of the ri...

  2. Corporate Shareholding and Agency Cost

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    Nakano, Katsura

    2001-01-01

    This paper incorporates the agency problem with a risk-sharing argument for corporate shareholding. With a unilateral investment model, we findconditions for a positive stock investment : (1)the manager is risk averse; (2)her managerial reward is linked with the value of the firm she manages; and (3)the operating profits of investing and invested companies is negatively correlated. Corporate investment is larger if the invested company's operating profit is less vo1atile and/or if the covaria...

  3. Retinitis por citomegalovirus en un paciente con VIH

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    Alena de los Ángeles Vejerano Duany

    Full Text Available La retinitis por citomegalovirus es la infección ocular más frecuente en pacientes con un recuento de linfocitos CD4 inferior a 200 por µL. El aspecto oftalmoscópico de las lesiones se caracteriza, en la mayoría de los casos, por infiltrados retinianos resultados de la necrosis retiniana producida por citomegalovirus y el edema en asociación con hemorragias. Estas lesiones se disponen, por lo general, siguiendo las arcadas vasculares temporales con invasión hacia la mácula. Se presentó una paciente de 24 años de edad, femenina, blanca, ama de casa, con antecedentes patológicos personales oculares sin datos de interés, y antecedentes patológicos personales generales de ser diagnosticadas con VIH. Hace cuatro años que comenzó con tratamiento antirretroviral, y tuvo cambios de tratamiento en dos ocasiones. El último fue impuesto en mayo del año 2011, con el cual presentó mala adherencia terapéutica, y comenzó desde entonces a presentar disminución de su peso corporal de forma marcada en breve período de tiempo. Refiere que desde hace unos meses comenzó a presentar una disminución progresiva de la agudeza visual en el ojo derecho, acompañado de visión borrosa. Adquiere gran importancia este caso, ya que ante la supervivencia de los pacientes con sida, va a ser cada vez más frecuente la aparición de las afecciones oculares relacionadas con esta enfermedad. Dentro de ellas se encuentran las infecciones oportunistas mayores como la retinitis por citomegalovirus.

  4. Corporate environment protection as a legal problem

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    Kloepfer, M.

    1993-01-01

    It is discussed what legal instruments companies have for integrating environment protection into their corporate policy: Industrial self-monitoring; the environmental health officer as an instrument of corporate environment protection (environmental health officer, radiation protection officer); obligations to disclose information on corporate organisation pursuant to Article 52 a of the Federal Emmission Control Act; corporate environment protection as a general obligation of the operator. Possible ways of strengthening corporate environment protection are considered de lege ferende, e.g. the additional instruments of corporate self-monitoring laid down in the General Part of the Environmental Code, audits on environment protection, corporate environment protection through quality assurance systems. (orig.) [de

  5. Control y presión al comer en madres de preescolares costarricenses, y su relación con la clase social, la escolaridad, las prácticas de alimentación temprana y el índice de masa corporal de sus hijos e hijas

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    Alejandro Chacón-Villalobos

    2011-01-01

    El objetivo planteado en este trabajo fue el de caracterizar la presion y el control al comer que ejercen madres de preescolares costarricenses de clase alta y baja, evaluando relaciones con el IMC de sus hijos, el tipo de lactancia, la ablactacion, la escolaridad de la madre y su dedicacion al hogar. Para ello se solicito a 102 madres de clase alta y 121 de clase baja completar una encuesta validada (alpha de Cronbach de 0,7) basada en escalas de Likert, para cuantificar, ademas de la inform...

  6. Composición corporal y su relación con la práctica deportiva, la superficie de juego y la condición física en edad pediátrica. (body composition and its association with sports, sport surface and fitness in paediatric age)

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    Ubago Guisado, Esther

    2017-01-01

    En los últimos años, ha aumentado el interés por la salud de los niños y por los diversos beneficios que se derivan de la práctica deportiva. Además, se ha producido un incremento alarmante del sobrepeso y la obesidad entre los jóvenes, y un aumento de la osteoporosis en la edad adulta. La obesidad en la infancia está estrechamente relacionada con la obesidad del adulto, hasta el punto de que estos niños tienen el doble de riesgo de desarrollar esta enfermedad en la edad adulta, que los que n...

  7. 78 FR 51053 - Airworthiness Directives; Beechcraft Corporation and Hawker Beechcraft Corporation

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    2013-08-20

    ... Airworthiness Directives; Beechcraft Corporation and Hawker Beechcraft Corporation AGENCY: Federal Aviation... certain Beechcraft Corporation (type certificate previously held by Hawker Beechcraft Corporation) Models 58, 95-C55, E55, and 56TC airplanes; and Hawker Beechcraft Corporation Models 58P and 58TC airplanes...

  8. Corporate plan 1997

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    1997-01-01

    We define PPARC's primary long-term objective at the corporate level as being to maintain the UK as a world player in particle physics, astronomy and planetary science, which British scientists helped to pioneer and are enjoying a rich period of discovery. As a significant bonus, an international reputation for excellence in advanced science and technology enhances the perception of Britain in the world. Secondly, we set the broad corporate objective of maximising the national benefits of all our programmes in terms of their contribution to the country's skilled workforce, the industrial and commercial uses of our advanced technology, and the enhanced interest in science and technology which the fundamental nature of our research inspires in the public, particularly young people. Thirdly, we set the overarching objective of getting the best value for money from our programmes, by exposing every element to competition against the highest standards of quality. Experience shows the benefit of competition to increasing cost-effectiveness, and we shall continue to apply this to all parts of the programme, particularly the operation and maintenance of facilities and support services. As a framework for developing our programme aims and strategies, within these wider objectives, we describe PPARC's mission in five parts (although in practice they are interactive and mutually supportive, and programme strategy is developed across the whole of PPARC's activities). (i) Research: We will fund only the highest quality research within the fields of particle physics, astronomy and planetary science. All proposals for funding will be assessed within areas of identified and qualified scientific priority, against the most demanding international standards. An optimal balance will be sought between, on the one hand, our commitment to fund major international collaborations (CERN and ESA) and, on the other hand, our ability to fund a domestic programme to exploit those collaborations

  9. SERC corporate plan 1993

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    1993-03-01

    In its last Corporate Plan, the Science and Engineering Research Council (SERC) planned wide-ranging policy and programme reviews. These have been carried out and the results set the context for this plan. In addition, the SERC is responding to major changes in the higher education sector and a difficult financial climate. The Plan has been prepared before the Government's proposed White Paper on science and technology is available but is consistent with the SERC's advice on the White Paper. The SERC's ''mission statement'' recognises its dual role of strengthening the United Kingdom's capabilities in fundamental research and of developing capabilities in strategic research related to industrial and social need. Six strategic aims are identified: the funding of a portfolio of excellent research which contributes both to advancement of knowledge, and economic and social advance, the support of the training of scientists and engineers, the improvement of knowledge transfer within the ''science and engineering base'' and between this base and industry, the promotion of effective international collaboration, increasing the public awareness of research in science and engineering and improving the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of all of the SERC's operations. Within its programme expenditure, the SERC will examine whether funding should be extended to a wider range of bodies; develop new, more efficient, ways of funding higher education institutes (HEI) research; increase emphasis on output measures of research; specify service standards; and market-test scientific support activities. The SERC will make gains of at least 1.5% a year in efficiency of administration, through measures including market testing, and will extend management accounting systems. (Author)

  10. Regulating Corporate Governance in the EU

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    Horn, Laura

    In the context of the financial and economic crisis, corporate governance and regulatory supervision failures are at the centre of public debates. Who controls the modern corporation, and why, has become one of the defining social power relations in contemporary capitalism. Regulation Corporate...... transformation of company law and corporate governance regulation. Her findings about the marketization of corporate control are at the core to a better understanding of the broader context of capitalist restructuring in the European Union....

  11. Corporate entrepreneurship in organisational life-cycle

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    Duobienė, Jurga

    2013-01-01

    Paper deals with the development of corporate entrepreneurship in different stages of organisational life-cycle. The research presents a model for the evaluation of corporate entrepreneurship and systemises relevant theoretical and empirical research in the field of entrepreneurship and corporate entrepreneurship. Moreover, it describes the development of corporate entrepreneurship in the entire organisational life-cycle since most of researchers who discuss the topics of corporate entreprene...

  12. Corporate Governance in Publicly Traded Canadian Companies

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    Hu, Jie; Wang, Chong

    2011-01-01

    We investigate the effectiveness of corporate governance practices in this paper, focusing on the corporate governance practices implemented by TSX listed companies in Canada. We analyze the determinants of the effectiveness of corporate governance practices and test whether corporate governance mechanisms relate to quality of accounting earnings and company performance. We obtain mixed results from regression analyses indicating that corporate governance mechanisms are not significantly rela...

  13. pacientes con falla cardiaca

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    Diana Marcela Achury Saldaña

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo: determinar la adherencia al tratamiento de pacientes con falla cardiaca hospitalizados, al aplicar un plan educativo quefomenta el autocuidado.Método: estudio cuasiexperimental (entrevistas enfermera-paciente realizado entre diciembre de 2004 y mayo de 2006, con unamuestra de 50 pacientes seleccionados por conveniencia. Se diseñó un instrumento para evaluar los comportamientos de los pacientes,con base en algunos resultados de la adherencia y sus respectivos indicadores de la taxonomía NOC (Nursing out comes classification. Laadherencia al tratamiento fue medida en dos momentos: el primero durante la hospitalización, seguido de la aplicación del plan educativoantes del alta, que proporcionaba información en el manejo de su enfermedad desde una dimensión física, psicológica y social quepromueve el autocuidado; y el segundo un mes después del alta en su domicilio.Resultados: diferencias estadísticamente significativas (P=0,0001 que demuestran cómo mediante la capacitación al paciente enel manejo de su tratamiento farmacológico y no farmacológico, el establecimiento de una sana relación entre el profesional de enfermeríay el paciente, y la participación de la familia, se logra una total adherencia al tratamiento.Conclusiones: para lograr una adherencia total del paciente con falla cardiaca al tratamiento es necesario un proceso educativo y unseguimiento continuo y personalizado que motive permanentemente al paciente y se le reconozca el papel protagónico en su cuidado y manejo de la enfermedad.

  14. Corporate sustainability: environmental, social, economic and corporate performance

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    Alena Kocmanová

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The article deals with corporate sustainability and environmental and social issues of the integration of corporate performance measurement that may lead to sustainable economic success. Sustainability is a strategy of the process of sustainable development. Sustainability of businesses and sustainable performance can be defined as an integration of environmental, social and economic performance. First and foremost, businesses will want to know what indicators can be used to measure environmental, social and economic performance. What is the mutual relationship between environmental, social and economic performance? How can firms arrive at a comprehensive assessment of their performance in relation to sustainability? The aim of this paper is to analyze corporate environmental, social and economic performance and to analyze their mutual relationships. The final part of the article is an assessment of the contemporary situation and draft Key Performance Indicators (KPI for assessment of corporate sustainability that will be the subject of further research in a selected NACE-CZ sector and in accordance with Corporate Sustainability Reporting. KPI provide businesses with a means of measuring progress toward achieving objectives.

  15. Comunicación corporal en los medios

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    Angel Rodríguez Kauth

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Sobre la comunicación corporal, pocas veces se ha reflexionado en los medios de comunicación. Ahora los medios solo facilitan que los cambios que antes demoraban décadas o siglos hoy se produzcan en meses o semanas. El artículo topa temas como: la manipulación del cuerpo; la intermediación de los medios; la oferta de modelos de vida; las contradicciones de la publicidad; la competencia con uno mismo; la bioética contemporánea; el cuerpo espacio para el castigo.

  16. Using corporate stories to build the corporate brand:an impression management perspective

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    Spear, Sara; Roper, Stuart

    2013-01-01

    Purpose – A recent area of academic interest within corporate branding and reputation is the use of storytelling in order to differentiate the corporate brand, however there is little empirical research exploring the contents of corporate stories, and how they are used by organisations to build the corporate brand. This paper aims to utilise impression management theory to bring insight into the potential role of corporate stories in shaping the corporate brand. Design/methodology/approach – ...

  17. Cementos con cenizas volantes

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    Ossa M., Mauricio

    1984-03-01

    additions of 20 and 30% .

    Casi la generalidad de los estudios realizados sobre cementos con adición de cenizas volantes se refieren a sus características y comportamiento en pastas, morteros y hormigones, siempre en relación con aquéllos del cemento portland. Esta vez, se desarrolló un trabajo experimental orientado a relacionar entre sí los cementos con adiciones de cenizas volantes y de puzolana natural. Para ello se fabricaron a escala de laboratorio cementos de ambos tipos, empleando como materias primas comunes clinker y yeso y, como variables, diferentes porcentajes de las dos adiciones, que cumplieron previamente los requisitos normalizados en cuanto a sus actividades puzolánicas. La calidad de los cementos fabricados resultó adecuada y concordante con la del cemento portland-puzolánico obtenido a escala industrial con los mismos clinker, yeso y puzolana natural de este estudio. Posteriormente, se determinaron las características de los cementos experimentales y se confeccionaron morteros normales para la realización de ensayos físicos y mecánicos. Los resultados de ensayos indicaron que los cementos con adición de cenizas volantes (CCV requieren menos agua para consistencia normal, presentan tiempos de fraguado mayores y expansiones en autoclave menores que los cementos con adición de puzolana (CP. Los calores de hidratación a 7 y 28 días de edad fueron aproximadamente similares para ambos tipos de cemento. En morteros normales, los cementos CCV mostraron menor retracción de secado, mayor retentividad y mayor fluidez (para igual cantidad de agua que los cementos CP. En los ensayos de exudación se observó que ésta depende más de la finura que el tipo de adición. Finalmente, los ensayos mecánicos señalaron que las resistencias a compresión y flexotracción de los morteros con cementos CCV son menores a edades inferiores que 14 días (del orden de 5 a 10% a un día de edad, pero que a partir de entonces pasan a ser mayores que las de

  18. Corporate entrepreneurship - Distilling the concept

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    Colene Hind

    2015-07-01

    Full Text Available Background: Corporate entrepreneurship (CE is credited for many positive organisational outcomes, including systemic growth and increased revenue. Several terms associated with CE, including strategic renewal, corporate venturing and intrapreneurship are frequently used interchangeably and often confuse scholars, researchers and practitioners. The lack of clarity about the exact meaning of these terms is detrimental to the synergy in the current body of knowledge and the development of models involving these concepts. Objective: The aim of this paper was to describe CE as a unique concept, distinguishable from related concepts. Methodology: Several definitions of CE as well as the related terms were dissected, to identify core elements associated with each of them. The validity of these comprehensive definitions was tested by requesting 68 master’s degree students to classify the definitions. Inter-rater reliabilities were calculated in order to assess the level of agreement in the classification of the constructs. Results: The results indicate that CE is difficult to distinguish from strategic renewal and corporate venturing, but that intrapreneurship seems to be better defined and separate from the other constructs. Conclusion: These results emphasise the conceptual confusion that exists around CE and the need for further clarification of terminology. KEY WORDS Corporate entrepreneurship, strategic renewal, corporate venturing, intrapreneurship.

  19. Control mechanisms in corporate governance

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    Jovanović-Zattila Milena

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available The structure of corporate governance is determined by the distribution of rights and responsibilities among different actors in the company structure. Organizationally complex structure of corporate entities, established as a reflection of composite forms of business corporations, give rise to the conflict of interest between the owners, the board of directors and managers, which is generally known as the principal-agency problem. Given the fact that operations of modern companies include interaction with a large number of stakeholders, matters of ethics and accountability to the owners, employees, creditors and the state are the basic postulates which have been subject to re-examination lately. The reasons for reassessing these issues are to be sought in numerous abuses by companies, which are on the other hand highly active in their effors to protect themselves from similar abuses (mainy cyber crime. In order to respond to new challenges and requirements, which include providing for the interests of both shareholders and stakeholders, corporate management is required to establish an adequate system of internal control covering all company activities. Contemporary trends in the development of internal audit, as a mechanism of good corporate governance, are reflected in providing advice in respect of anticipated future risks and risk management.

  20. Corporate communications and stakeholder management

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    Đorđević Mira

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Corporate communications represent a modern communications discipline used by businesses across the globe to communicate with key stakeholders. Chief executive officers and executive management teams strive to create, protect and advance corporate reputation through corporate communications. Further, by communicating with key stakeholders the company adequately prepares for good news and future problems. With the benefit of technology and greater transparency, corporations of the future will continue to use corporate communications approaches to advance their business. Company's reputation derives from the way stakeholders perceive the organization, how they think, feel or act towards it. It is therefore vital that organizations interested in developing and building their reputational capital; pay careful attention to the way they are perceived and that they manage the relationships with their various stakeholders like a strategic resource. Stakeholders represent both opportunity and threat for the organizations. For instance, if an institution has a good reputation with stakeholders they may provide the organization more latitude to operate. On the other hand a poor reputation may result in creating the legislative that can make it more difficult for an institution to operate.

  1. Compliance management and corporate governance; Compliance Management und Corporate Governance

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    Becker, Uwe [Stadt Frankfurt am Main (Germany); Alsheimer, Constantin; Kassebohm, Kristian; Reutler, Susanne [Mainova AG, Frankfurt (Germany)

    2009-08-15

    Starting in the year 2009, numerous changes in the financial system and accountancy a well as in the corporate law come into effect for enterprises. Thereby, the requirements substantially are intensified to their corporate governance. The actual well-known reproaches of bribery, corruption and injuries of data protection intensify the pressure on executive committees and supervisory boards in order to meet normative and ethical requirements. All the more is valid for power suppliers whose reputation can already carry damage out with the first suspicion. Already in 2008, Mainova AG (Frnkfurt/Main, Federal Republic of Germany) implemented a compliance management.

  2. Energy Information Data Base: corporate author entries

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    1980-03-01

    One of the controls for information entered into the data bases created and maintained by the DOE Technical Information Center is the standardized name for the corporate entity or the corporate author. The purpose of Energy Information Data Base: Corporate Author Entries (TID-4585-R1) and this supplemental list of authorized or standardized corporate entries is to provide a means for the consistent citing of the names of organizations in bibliographic records. In general, an entry in Corporate Author Entries consists of the seven-digit code number assigned to the particular corporate entity, the two-letter country code, the largest element of the corporate name, the location of the corporate entity, and the smallest element of the corporate name (if provided). This supplement [DOE/TIC-4585-R1(Suppl.5)] contains additions to the base document (TID-4585-R1) and is intended to be used with that publication

  3. Control y presión al comer en madres de preescolares costarricenses, y su relación con la clase social, la escolaridad, las prácticas de alimentación temprana y el índice de masa corporal de sus hijos e hijas

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    Alejandro Chacón-Villalobos

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo planteado en este trabajo fue el de caracterizar la presion y el control al comer que ejercen madres de preescolares costarricenses de clase alta y baja, evaluando relaciones con el IMC de sus hijos, el tipo de lactancia, la ablactacion, la escolaridad de la madre y su dedicacion al hogar. Para ello se solicito a 102 madres de clase alta y 121 de clase baja completar una encuesta validada (alpha de Cronbach de 0,7 basada en escalas de Likert, para cuantificar, ademas de la informacion general requerida, los niveles de control y presion. Adicionalmente, se determino el IMC segun genero de sus hijos preescolares (102 ninos de clase alta y 103 de clase baja. Para el estudio de los datos se utilizaron pruebas de t-Student y analisis de varianza, asi como correlaciones y evaluaciones de chi cuadrado. Se establecio una tendencia al sobrepeso en ambos sexos en la clase alta, la cual contrasta con las ninas pobres quienes tienden al bajo peso. Se evidencio una mayor frecuencia de trabajo fuera del hogar en la clase baja (p=0,008, siendo la introduccion de alimentos solidos mas temprana (p=0,04. La leche materna fue la opcion mas empleada en ambas clases sociales para el neonato. Ambas clases mostraron "control" y "presión" altas, especialmente entre las madres de clase social baja que trabajan fuera del hogar (p=0,0001. Ambos parametros correlacionan de manera positiva moderada (r=0,44; alpha=0,05. La correlación es mas fuerte entre la clase alta (r=0,54, sobre todo en las niñas (r=0,6.

  4. Insatisfacción corporal e ideación suicida en adolescentes estudiantes del Estado de México

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    Rosalinda Guadarrama Guadarrama

    2014-01-01

    El objetivo fue determinar la relación que existe entre la insatisfacción corporal e ideación suicida. La muestra se conformó por 1504 adolescentes, con un rango de edad de 12 a 18 años, estudiantes de secundaria o preparatoria, todas habitantes del Estado de México. Las participantes contestaron el cuestionario sobre la figura corporal y la escala de ideación suicida de Beck; ambos instrumentos cuentan con validez y confiabilidad para la población mexicana. Los resultados permitieron obse...

  5. Responsabilidad social empresarial: gobernanza corporativa, empresa y ONG (Corporate social responsability: corporate governance, business and NGO

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    María Dolores Sánchez Fernández

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available To carry out various activities related to corporate social responsibility corporations identify the different stakeholders of the organization, in which NGOs are found. The study carried out was to analyze what role charity organizations play and the role they should pursue in corporate governance as stakeholders of the organization. The organizations claim that they intervene as auditors of the codes of conduct developed by companies. There are forces that inhibit collaboration between companies and NGOs, but there are also strategies that coexist which the latter can adopt in order to achieve collaboration between the two. It becomes manifest that the third sector is not a synonym of NGOs, but that these organizations are a component of it. The benefit of public private partnerships for society and the power that companies obtain, especially multinationals, the evasion of responsibilities with regard to the preservation of human rights is raised in the debate. This work debates the role which NGOs acquire with reference to codes of conduct adopted by companies. Finally, given its relevance, the case of the Red Cross is studied. Las corporaciones para llevar a cabo las distintas actividades relacionadas con la responsabilidad social empresarial identifican las diferentes partes interesadas de la organización, dentro de las cuales se encuentran las ONG. En el estudio desarrollado nos planteamos analizar qué papel desempeñan y cuál deberían ejercer las ONG en la gobernanza corporativa. Existen fuerzas que inhiben la colaboración entre empresa y ONG, pero también coexisten estrategias que pueden adoptar estas últimas para lograr la colaboración entre ambas. Se pone de manifiesto que el tercer sector no es sinónimo de ONG, sino que estas organizaciones son un componente del mismo. Se plantea en el debate el beneficio de las alianzas público privadas para la sociedad y el poder que adquieren las empresas, especialmente en el caso de las

  6. competencia con China

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    Elena de la Paz Hernández Águila

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available El artículo ofrece un diagnóstico del desempeño de la industria mexicana del calzado desde la década de los ochenta hasta la actualidad. Analiza la problemática que ha enfrentado esta rama industrial a partir del proceso de apertura comercial y de la competencia en su mercado interno con productos provenientes de países asiáticos, particularmente China. Problematiza al respecto los retos y las perspectivas que a mediano plazo enfrentará este sector empresarial y sobre las posibilidades de competir en el mercado globalizado.

  7. Construir con Madera

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    Olabe-Velasco, F. (Fermín); Val-Hernández, Y. (Yolanda); Varela-de-la-Cruz, P. (Perla); Cabrero-Ballarín, J.M. (José Manuel)

    2010-01-01

    Guía divulgativa ‘Construir con madera’, elaborada por la Cátedra Madera de la Universidad de Navarra y el Gobierno de Navarra. La publicación pretende explicar de forma sencilla los beneficios y posibilidades de este material en la construcción, tanto en lo que respecta a su resistencia, comportamiento frente al fuego, durabilidad, capacidad de aislamiento, propiedades acústicas, estética, respeto al medio ambiente y sostenibilidad como fuente de energía. A modo de ejemplo, en la ...

  8. Comparación de los efectos de las intervenciones basadas en el aumento de la actividad física autónoma frente a las basadas en ejercicio aérobico en variables relacionadas con la salud en personas sedentarias y con sobrepeso-obesidad

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    Gallego Sánchez Noriega, Jesús

    2015-01-01

    Esta revisión persigue identificar las mejoras sobre variables relacionadas con la salud, producidas por intervenciones de actividad física autónoma y la reducción del sedentarismo, en comparación con las mejoras producidas por intervenciones de ejercicio aérobico en personas sedentarias y con sobrepeso/obesidad. Se incluyeron finalmente 17 estudios con diseño Randomized Controlled Trial (RCT), con sujetos de ≥ 18 años y con un Índice de Masa Corporal (IMC) ≥ 25. Los resultados ...

  9. Corporate Politics on Polish Millennials

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    Natalia Roślik

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available In the very beginning of this particular paper, an author is trying to determine and describe who Millennials actually are. Then, the basis of Millennials definition is analysing corporation’s activity over the past years regarding this age group. The main goal of the thesis is to bring their specific futures out and describe what corporations on Polish job market are doing to encourage them to work in their offices. Especially in Poland within the last years, it is observed that big multinational companies are paying special attention to Millennials and trying to hire them before competitors will do so. As a part of this paper, an author will describe corporate politics and practices on Thomson Reuters and BNY Mellon examples. Within this work, an author is also discussing key features and differences between this generation and Millennials parent’s generation. Additionally, there is a reference to corporate social responsibility concept and work-life balance issues.

  10. Fundamental Paradigms for Corporate Reputation

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    Volkan YUNCU

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Thanks to the divergent theoretical approaches from institutional theory, signaling theory, stakeholder theory, social identity theory, game theory, economics theory, mass communication theory, social cognition theory, impression management theory and to transaction cost theory the term corporate reputation is regarded as a conflux for social sciences. The concept of corporate reputation is an interdisciplinary phenomenon and within the social sciences literature it is defined as a state of awareness, as an assessment or as an asset in which reputation functions as an intangible resource and economic asset. In this comprehensive survey, the notion of corporate reputation is addressed in the framework of three basic and most prominent theories - institutional theory, signalling theory, resource-based view- in order to avoid a theoretical confusion and elusiveness.

  11. Auditors' Experience with Corporate Psychopaths

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    Klarskov Jeppesen, Kim; Leder, Christina

    2016-01-01

    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to analyse auditors’ experience with corporate psychopaths in their client management. Design/methodology/approach: The research was conducted as a survey among Danish state-authorized auditors, to which 179 auditors responded, representing 9% of the total...... population. Findings: Of the participating auditors, 69% had experienced corporate psychopaths in their client management and 70% of these had experienced more than one case. In addition, 43% of the auditors who had experienced psychopathic managers reported that they had committed fraud. The vast majority...... of cases were detected in the execution and completion phases of the audit and resulted in increased professional scepticism, the use of more experienced auditors and the requirement for more and better audit evidence. Research limitations/implications: The findings confirm that corporate psychopaths...

  12. Highlights of GAO's Corporate Governance, Transparency and Accountability Forum

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    2002-01-01

    The recent sudden and largely unexpected bankruptcy of one of the nation's major corporations, Enron Corporation, and the financial difficulties being experienced by several other large corporations...

  13. CORPORATIONS IN RUSSIAN ECONOMICS OF TODAY

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    S. A. Shirokovskikh

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available In Russian economics there are purely Russian private corporations as well as mixed state/private owned and transnational corporations. Specific ways of forming corporations in Russia resulted in corporate management models different from those used abroad (exclusive of largest holdingcompanies with considerable participation of the state. Difference in the corporation forms is determined by relations between owners and top managers. Efficient and sustainable (in the western sense functioning of Russian corporations may become effective only after long timeprovided RF ownership right legislation gets simultaneously improved.

  14. Corporate Governance: A Keynote Speech

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    Balling, Morten

    1998-01-01

    In the article, the author gives an overview of the many different aspects of corporate governance to discuss at a conference in Budapest in May 1997 arranged by Société Universitaire Européenne de Recherches Financières (SUERF). Among the subjects dealt with are the relationsship between...... cases of privatization in Western Europe. Almost everywhere, the role of institutional shareholders is increasing. The internationalization proces implies that also the role of the governance systems changes the incentives for corporate managers to demonstrate good financial performance, and there seems...

  15. Entrevista con Giovanni Levi

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    Monica Oliveira

    2017-06-01

    Full Text Available En esta entrevista, Giovanni Levi - como un conocedor del tema de Familia - realiza una importante evaluación sobre el actual estado de las investigaciones realizadas en el Brasil y em el exterior. Con estilo franco, agudo y lucido critica las visiones tradicionales y sus ilusiones ypropone nuevos conceptos y métodos. La historia de la familia debería ceder espacio para el estudio de las redes relacionales o de los mundos relacionales. De la misma forma, la historia cuantitativa debería abrir espacio para el estudio de las cualidades. Ya con relación a la historia de las elites, tan estudiada y reproducida en una diversidad de trabajos, que deberíase mirar en otra perspectiva. Es decir, no mirar a las reglas sociales predeterminadas, sino a los desvíos y a las variaciones. Levi defiende que los historiadores deben trascender a los documentos que se encuentran fácilmente y que pueden fortalecer perspectivas deformadas y esequilibradas de la sociedad. Para él, los historiadores deben esforzarse por estudiar a aquellos grupos que dejaron pocos rastros documentales. En ese esfuerzo existiría una nueva mirada sobre la historia de la familia.

  16. Entrevista con Patricia Ariza

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    Esperanza Londoño La Rotta

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Pensamiento, Palabra y Obra entrevista a una artista, feminista y activista política, quien como mujer y artista ha permitido pensar el arte más allá de un simple espectáculo. Toda una vida dedicada al teatro y a darle voz, a través de sus obras, a víctimas del conflicto colombiano, defensora de derechos humanos; además de hacer evidente en su vida y a través de la plataforma “Artistas por la paz”, las múltiples relaciones que se pueden establecer entre el arte, la construcción de paz y la resolución de conflictos. Hablamos en su casa, en medio del calor de la bienvenida con Patricia Ariza, directora del festival alternativo de teatro, de Mujeres en Escena y de la Corporación Colombiana de Teatro, entre otras muchas actividades que voluntariamente su espíritu libertario ha asumido. Esta entrevista se realizó antes del 2 de octubre, pero con la revisión de los acuerdos que propició el plebiscito ganado por una ínfima minoría por el no, sigue siendo vigente este planteamiento.

  17. Assessing Corporate Sustainability integration for corporate self-reflection

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    Witjes, Sjors; Vermeulen, Walter J.V.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/072613335; Cramer, Jacqueline M.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/069242518

    2017-01-01

    This article aims to shed light on mechanisms to integrate a strategy on Corporate Sustainability in companies. The analysis is based on a holistic method derived from organisation theory, organisational behaviour theory and strategic management theory. The process of integration into the

  18. 25 CFR 213.14 - Corporations and corporate information.

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    2010-04-01

    ... of its obligations. (6) Whether the applicant or any person controlling, controlled by or under...; if so, under what provision of said acts or rules and regulations; and what disposition of any such... stockholders, setting forth in what corporations, or with what persons, firms, or associations such individual...

  19. Essays on banking, corporate bankruptcy, and corporate finance

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    von Schedvin, E.L.

    2012-01-01

    This thesis consists of four chapters that empirical explore issues related to bank credit supply, corporate bankruptcy risk, and firms’ leverage decisions. The first chapter explores the role of contractual externalities in loan contracts. The second chapter evaluates the extent trade credit chains

  20. Impact of Social Auditing on Corporate Governance, Corporate ...

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    Social auditing process is intended as a means for social engagement, transparency and communication of information leading to greater accountability of decision-makers, managers and officials. The underlying ideas are directly linked to the concepts of corporate governance, democracy and participation. The study has ...

  1. Corporate Civil Disobedience in the Consumer Interest.

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    Dennis, Michael R.; And Others

    1994-01-01

    Through catalytic issue management, corporations proactively seek to affect resolutions of issues in which they have some interest. Corporations now catalyze legal changes by purposely disobeying existing law, facing the associated consequences, and lobbying for desired changes. (Author)

  2. Corporate citizenship : Cultural antecedents and business benefits

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    Maignan, I.S.J.; Ferrell, O.C.; Hult, G.T.M.

    The article explores the nature of corporate citizenship and its relevance for marketing practitioners and academic researchers. Specifically, a conceptualization and operationalization of corporate citizenship are first proposed. Then, an empirical investigation conducted in two independent samples

  3. Identities and preferences in corporate political strategizing

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    Wilts, A.S.

    2006-01-01

    This conceptual article draws on structuration theory and social identity theory to isolate firm-internal institutionalization processes as antecedents and drivers of corporate political strategizing. Path dependencies in corporate routines and actors' knowledgeability about these path dependencies

  4. Essays in Banking and Corporate Finance

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    T. Wang (Teng)

    2015-01-01

    markdownabstract__Abstract__ This dissertation bundles three empirical studies in the area of corporate finance and banking. These studies investigate corporates’ financing activity with a special focus on the interaction between the banking industry and corporate borrowers. By showing how

  5. Multinational Oil Companies and Corporate Social Responsibilities ...

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    Niger Delta Region, Nigeria), the concept of corporate social responsibility must be fully imbibed by the multinational oil companies. Therefore, this study examines multinational oil companies and corporate social responsibilities with particular ...

  6. Globalisation, corporate governance and the construction industry

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    Van Wyk, Llewellyn V

    2004-11-01

    Full Text Available good corporate governance expectations generally. It reviews the development of globalisation with particular reference to the establishment of a common code of conduct, undertakes a review of the definition and evolution of good corporate governance...

  7. corporate social responsibility and psychological contract

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    2017-07-04

    Jul 4, 2017 ... KEYWORDS: Corporate social responsibilities, Psychological contract, Nigeria, Niger delta, ... The concept of Corporate Social ... CSR initiatives rather than mere financial ..... fundamental idea in such a contract (PC) is the.

  8. Southern Coal Corporation Clean Water Settlement

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    Southern Coal Corporation is a coal mining and processing company headquartered in Roanoke, VA. Southern Coal Corporation and the following 26 affiliated entities are located in Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia

  9. Innovation and Institutional Embeddedness of Multinational Corporations

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    Pogrebnyakov, Nicolai

    2014-01-01

    Review of: Innovation and Institutional Embeddedness of Multinational Corporations / edited by Martin Heidenreich. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2012)......Review of: Innovation and Institutional Embeddedness of Multinational Corporations / edited by Martin Heidenreich. (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2012)...

  10. CHALLENGES OF CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE ...

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    its reports on corporate (social) responsibility have helped to focus global attention on ... dimensions of sustainable development – corporate financial responsibility, ..... and that only locals must be employed in junior and intermediate cadre.

  11. INGESTA DE BEBIDAS AZUCARADAS ANALCOHOLICAS E INDICE DE MASA CORPORAL. UN ESTUDIO EN ESCOLARES CHILENOS

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    ARANEDA FLORES, JACQUELINE A.

    2013-01-01

    Introducción: En las últimas décadas, a nivel mundial, se ha observado un aumento en el consumo de bebidas azucaradas analcohólicas y paralelamente el incremento de peso corporal en niños y adolescentes, situación que ha sido asociada positivamente en diversos estudios. Hipótesis: Existe una relación directa entre el consumo de bebidas azucaradas analcohólicas y el Índice de Masa Corporal en los escolares chilenos entre los 6-18 años de edad. Así a medida que aumenta el cons...

  12. Partnerships for corporate social responsability

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    Bruijn, de T.J.N.M. (Theo)

    2007-01-01

    The purpose of this paper is to conceptualise the extent to which partnerships with non-governmental organisations (NGOs) are a necessity for successful efforts of businesses in the area of corporate social responsibility (CSR). The main findings are based on an analysis of existing literature on

  13. Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Gavin, James F.; Maynard, William S.

    1975-01-01

    This study investigated the possible implications of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for employee expectations and satisfactions. Specifically, interest centered on the question of how perceptions of an organization's involvement in the resolution of current societal problems might relate to members' expectations of equitable job rewards and…

  14. Corporal Punishment in Tanzania's Schools

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    Feinstein, Sheryl; Mwahombela, Lucas

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of this survey was to acquire descriptive information regarding corporal punishment in Tanzania's O-level secondary schools. 448 individuals participated in the study: 254 teachers and 194 students, all from government or private secondary schools in the Iringa Region of Tanzania. In addition, 14 students and 14 teachers were…

  15. Corporate social responsibility in Islam

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    Elasrag, Hussein

    2015-01-01

    The aim of this study is to review the Islamic principles of CSR, and the definition of a structured social corporate responsibility (CSR), and based on this responsibility. And provide a practical through the international financial institutions that can implement CSR policies framework. This study provides the basis of social responsibilities that apply to those derived from divine sources of international financial institutions.

  16. Corporate Restructuring and Bondholder Wealth

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    Renneboog, L.D.R.; Szilagyi, P.G.

    2006-01-01

    Abstract: This paper provides an overview of existing research on how corporate restructuring affects the wealth of creditors. Restructuring is defined as any transaction that affects the firm’s underlying capital structure. Thus, it reaches well beyond asset restructuring and includes transactions

  17. Corporate Governance and Equity Returns

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    Uchida, Shigeru

    2012-01-01

    This paper analyses the relationship between corporate governance and equity returns from the small investors view point. A primary survey has been conducted to gather the data required to examine the link. Preliminary result of the study shows that the four elements of governance: board structure, transparency, fairness and responsibility are positively related with equity returns.

  18. Core Concepts of Corporate Finance

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    drs. Ewoud Jansen

    2016-01-01

    Most Corporate Finance textbooks are 1,000 pages in length or more. And indeed, it is a multifaceted discipline that requires detailed coverage of many ideas and principles. However, the basics can be outlined in a much more condensed manner and there aren’t many books out there that cater to the

  19. Unravelling learning within multinational corporations

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    Saka-Helmhout, Ayse

    This article explores the impact of institutional variation on the extent to which subsidiary firms learn from multinational corporations. Learning is conceptualized here as consisting of two aspects: knowledge flow and reinforcement of or change in routines to incorporate the behaviourist

  20. Trading strategies of corporate insiders

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    Klein, O.; Maug, E.; Schneider, Christoph

    2017-01-01

    We test two complementary theories of optimal trading strategies by analyzing the transaction patterns of corporate insiders. According to information-based theories, investors trade faster if they compete with others for exploiting the same information, while liquidity-based theories predict the

  1. The State of the Corporation

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    Hein Jessen, Mathias

    Today it has become commonplace to claim the demise of the power of the democratic nation-state due to globalization, neoliberal policies and the increasing power of transnational entities (UN, EU, IMF, WTO, World Bank) and multinational corporations. This view, however, prevalent in both public...

  2. Multinationals and corporate social responsibility

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    Kolk, A.

    2010-01-01

    This paper aims to shed some more light on the current debate related to corporate social responsibility (CSR), specifically considering multinational enterprises (MNEs) and the complexities they face when dealing with international issues and a range of stakeholders. It discusses notions of CSR in

  3. Education for Corporate Public Relations.

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    Baxter, Bill L.

    1985-01-01

    Surveyed members of the Public Relations Society of America who reported that (1) students planning public relations careers in corporations should take courses in this order of priority: journalism, public relations, internships, speech communication, marketing, etc., and (2) an MBA degree was the best advanced education degree. (PD)

  4. Outplacement and corporate social responsibility

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    Jeurissen, R.J.M.

    2006-01-01

    This article presents a response to the following papers: "Ethical Marketing," by P.E. Murphy, G.R. Laczniak, N.E. Bowie, and T.A. Klein, "Marketing Ethics: Cases and Readings," edited by P.E. Murphy and G.R. Laczniak, "Advertising Ethics" by E.H. Spence and B. van Heekeren, and "Corporate Social

  5. Bank performance and corporate culture

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    Stentella Lopes, F.S.

    2015-01-01

    This thesis has three chapters and focuses on the performance of banks and on corporate culture. The first two chapters focus on bank performance and economic expectations. Specifically, the first chapter sheds light on the consistency between investors’ reaction to merger announcement and bankers’

  6. Corporation-led urban development

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    Potters, B.; Heurkens, E.W.T.M.

    2015-01-01

    Since a couple of years a remarkable phenomenon is witnessed in the field of urban development which entails that large multinationals corporations, such as IKEA and Siemens, start to engage in urban development projects. As their motivation to do so is unclear, it is difficult to estimate whether

  7. Speaking of Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Liang, H.; Marquis, C.; Renneboog, L.D.R.; Li Sun, Sunny

    2014-01-01

    We argue that the language spoken by corporate decision makers influences their firms’ social responsibility and sustainability practices. Linguists suggest that obligatory future-time-reference (FTR) in a language reduces the psychological importance of the future. Prior research has shown that

  8. Audit mode change, corporate governance

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    Limei Cao

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available This study investigates changes in audit strategy in China following the introduction of risk-based auditing standards rather than an internal control-based audit mode. Specifically, we examine whether auditors are implementing the risk-based audit mode to evaluate corporate governance before distributing audit resources. The results show that under the internal control-based audit mode, the relationship between audit effort and corporate governance was weak. However, implementation of the risk-based mode required by the new auditing standards has significantly enhanced the relationship between audit effort and corporate governance. Since the change in audit mode, the Big Ten have demonstrated a significantly better grasp of governance risk and allocated their audit effort accordingly, relative to smaller firms. The empirical evidence indicates that auditors have adjusted their audit strategy to meet the regulations, risk-based auditing is being achieved to a degree, reasonable and effective corporate governance helps to optimize audit resource allocation, and smaller auditing firms in particular should urgently strengthen their risk-based auditing capability. Overall, our findings imply that the mandatory switch to risk-based auditing has optimized audit effort in China.

  9. Corporate spirituality as organizational praxis

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    drs. Eelco van den Dool

    2009-01-01

    A methodology for doing research into corporate spirituality should enable us to deal with the religious component of spirituality instead of trying to separate spirituality from religious beliefs, as the positivist school proposes. Waaijman’s phenomenological-dialogical research cycle enables us to

  10. Corporate Donations and Shareholder Value

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    Liang, H.; Renneboog, Luc

    2017-01-01

    Do corporate donations enhance shareholder wealth or reflect agency problems? We address this question for a global sample of firms whereby we distinguish between charitable and political donations, as well as between donations in cash and in kind. We find that charitable donations are positively

  11. Corporate Restructuring and Bondholder Wealth

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    Renneboog, L.D.R.; Szilagyi, P.G.

    2006-01-01

    This paper provides an overview of existing research on how corporate restructuring affects the wealth of creditors.Restructuring is defined as any transaction that affects the firm's underlying capital structure.Thus, it reaches well beyond asset restructuring and includes transactions such as

  12. The Nordic Corporate Governance Model

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    Thomsen, Steen

    2016-01-01

    , concentrated ownership, semi two-tier board structures, employee representation and low-powered managerial incentives – has been shaped by the welfare state in ways consistent with systemic corporate governance theories. The article concludes with a skeptical discussion of the Nordic model as a development...

  13. Reputation: An Important Component of Corporations' Value

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    Malikeh Beheshtifar; Azam Korouki

    2013-01-01

    Corporate reputation may also be a critical factor in responding to a crisis. Reputation may be seen to arise as an output of different activities in the professions.Reputation is a set of collectively held beliefs about a company's ability to satisfy the interest of its various stakeholders. Corporate reputation also is: Observers’ collective judgments of a corporation based on assessments of the financial, social, and environmental impacts attributed to the corporation over time. The organi...

  14. Lithuanian corporate tax accounting improvement solutions

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    Bružauskas, Valentinas; Stončiuvienė, Neringa

    2012-01-01

    The article sets out the research results of existing Corporate Tax accounting in Lithuania. There is disclosed the link between financial and Corporate Tax accounting, and their coordination improvement. The authors think that, the closer link between financial and tax accounting is obligatory. The provisions of Corporate Tax calculation should be adjusted with requirements of financial accounting. Also there is specified the methods of Corporate Tax reform and their feasibility. In the arti...

  15. Board Directors and Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Mariana Nedelcu (Bunea

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available The boards of directors and corporate social responsibility (CSR have been the subject of much study and debate in the corporate governance circles over the two last decades. With issues ranging from poor corporate reporting to excessive executive compensation often splashed in the headlines, the role of boards comes into the media limelight as never before. Boards of directors are also becoming increasingly aware of corporate social responsibility issues.

  16. Board Directors and Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Mariana Nedelcu (Bunea)

    2014-01-01

    The boards of directors and corporate social responsibility (CSR) have been the subject of much study and debate in the corporate governance circles over the two last decades. With issues ranging from poor corporate reporting to excessive executive compensation often splashed in the headlines, the role of boards comes into the media limelight as never before. Boards of directors are also becoming increasingly aware of corporate social responsibility issues.

  17. Ethical practices in the corporate world: Need for regulation

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    Kuber Bhola

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available The corporate world today is highly pro-active in adopting ethical practices that cater to the upliftment of a wide section of the society. Corporate social responsibility, as a business ethic and method, ensures social partnership and multi-cultural diversity at the workplace. Even as attempts are made to make CSR mandatory for organizations, a process like this comes with its pros and cons. These practices are often accused with a poor sense of regulation and are ill known for their attempts to enhance reputation, taxation and revenue. This paper attempts to raise some of these critiques of the CSR model, as exemplified by some leading IT companies in India. We aim to highlight the emergent need of a systemic regulation and assessment of these ethical measures. Bringing ethics into the mainstream by establishing regulatory mandates and systematizing norms of execution of CSR protocols remains central to our work. Towards the end, we propose a solution in the form of a certifying tool called ‘SA 8000’ that evaluates the ethical impacts of corporate activities and policies. The adherence to these international business standards is foreseen to have long-term implications in certification and promotion of socially acceptable working practices in any organizational structure.

  18. utilização da abordagem corporal

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    Luciana Magnoni Reberte

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Esta investigación tuvo como objetivo identificar las incomodidades físicas y emocionales manifestadas por los participantes de un grupo de gestantes, así como, describir los recursos del abordaje corporal empleados para el alivio de las incomodidades. La estrategia desarrollada fue la investigaciónacción, con un grupo de gestantes compuesto por ocho mujeres y cuatro acompañantes. El trabajo grupal fue desarrollado en un hospital universitario localizado en la ciudad de Sao Paulo. Las incomodidades manifestadas y demandas identificadas incluyeron: dolor en los miembros inferiores, insomnio, ansiedad, fatiga corporal, dolores lumbares, volumen abdominal y sus incomodidades, el dolor en el parto, las tensiones musculares, la respiración en el parto, las posiciones durante el parto, el papel del acompañante y el masaje del recién nacido. Son descritas las orientaciones oferecidas y las técnicas del abordaje corporal empleadas en las sesiones, así como, la explicación de sus finalidades.

  19. The Influence of Gender Diversity on Corporate Performance

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    Isabel Gallego-Álvares

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available This work focuses on the effect of gender diversity on corporate performance. The current work, an extension of previous studies, focuses on the presence and effect of female stockholders, directors and top managers by analysing their impact on various accounting ratios, market value and technical efficiency. With a view to testing these hypotheses, we selected Spanish corporations that were listed on the Madrid Stock Exchange over the period 2004-2006 as an objective population. Corporate governance information on these companies is available from the CNMV database. Our findings show that companies with higher levels of gender diversity do not obviously outperform other companies with lower levels, in terms of several market and accounting measures. Therefore, gender diversity may not influence corporate performance.Este trabajo se centra en analizar el efecto de la diversidad de género en el rendimiento empresarial. El trabajo que se presenta, como extensión de estudios anteriores, se centra en analizar la influencia que tiene la presencia de mujeres accionistas, directivas y altos cargos en los Consejos de Administración de las empresas, así como en analizar el impacto que tiene dicha presencia en el rendimiento empresarial, tomando como variables representativas de dicho rendimiento medidas contables, de valor de mercado y de eficiencia técnica. Con la finalidad de testar las hipótesis planteadas, se han seleccionado las empresas españolas que cotizaban en la Bolsa de Madrid durante el período 2004-2006, constituyendo el período objeto de estudio. La información sobre gobierno corporativo se ha obtenido de la base de datos disponible en la Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores. Los resultados obtenidos muestran que las empresas con mayores niveles de diversidad de género no superan a otras empresas con niveles más bajos, en términos de medidas contables y de mercado y en definitiva, la diversidad de género parece no influir

  20. Individual competencies for managers engaged in corporate sustainable management practices

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    Wesselink, R.; Blok, V.; Leur, van S.; Lans, T.; Dentoni, D.

    2015-01-01

    Corporations increasingly acknowledge the importance of sustainable practices. Corporate social responsibility is therefore gaining significance in the business world. Since solving corporate social responsibility issues is not a routine job, every challenge in corporate social responsibility

  1. 77 FR 65543 - Energy Corporation of America; Eastern American Energy Corporation; First ECA Midstream LLC...

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    2012-10-29

    ... Corporation of America; Eastern American Energy Corporation; First ECA Midstream LLC; Notice of Application Take notice that on October 16, 2012, Energy Corporation of America and Eastern American Energy Corporation (collectively, ECA), and First ECA Midstream LLC (First ECA Midstream), 501 56th Street SE...

  2. Corporate values of the 25 largest European banks : Exploring the ambiguous link with corporate scandals

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    Ehrenhard, Michel L.; Fiorito, Timo L.

    2018-01-01

    Corporate value statements communicate what a firm aspires for and what drives their value creation. In addition, corporate values often also define which behaviors are acceptable and which are not. Ideally, corporate values are representations of a firm's informal corporate values and

  3. Outsourcing of Corporate Information Services: Implications for Redesigning Corporate Library Services.

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    Agada, John

    1996-01-01

    Examines the trend in outsourcing information services and suggests it threatens the survival of corporate libraries. Topics include changes in the competitive corporate environment; characteristics of outsourceable services; managing change; redesigning the corporate librarian's role; and implications for redesigning corporate information…

  4. 75 FR 60138 - Consolidated Glass and Mirror Corporation, a Subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corporation, Galax...

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    ... DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Employment and Training Administration [TA-W-73,579] Consolidated Glass and Mirror Corporation, a Subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corporation, Galax, VA; Notice of Affirmative... Consolidated Glass and Mirror Corporation, a Subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corporation, Galax, Virginia...

  5. 76 FR 19472 - Consolidated Glass and Mirror Corporation, a Subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corporation, Galax...

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    ... Mirror Corporation, a Subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corporation, Galax, VA; Notice of Negative... and Mirror Corporation, a Subsidiary of Guardian Industries Corporation, Galax, Virginia (subject firm... firm, stated that the Galax, Virginia facility is owned by ``Guardian Industries, a [[Page 19473...

  6. The path to corporate responsibility.

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    Zadek, Simon

    2004-12-01

    Nike's tagline,"Just do it," is an inspirational call to action for the millions who wear the company's athletic gear. But in terms of corporate responsibility, Nike didn't always follow its own advice. In the 1990s, protesters railed against sweatshop conditions at some of its overseas suppliers and made Nike the global poster child for corporate ethical fecklessness. The intense pressure that activists exerted on the athletic apparel giant forced it to take a long, hard look at corporate responsibility--sooner than it might have otherwise. In this article, Simon Zadek, CEO of the UK-based institute AccountAbility, describes the bumpy route Nike has traveled to get to a better ethical place, one that cultivates and champions responsible business practices. Organizations learn in unique ways, Zadek contends, but they inevitably pass through five stages of corporate responsibility, from defensive ("It's not our fault") to compliance ("We'll do only what we have to") to managerial ("It's the business") to strategic ("It gives us a competitive edge") and, finally, to civil ("We need to make sure everybody does it"). He details Nike's arduous trek through these stages-from the company's initial defensive stance, when accusations about working conditions arose, all the way to its engagement today in the international debate about business's role in society and in public policy. As he outlines this evolution, Zadek offers valuable insights to executives grappling with the challenge of managing responsible business practices. Beyond just getting their own houses in order, the author argues, companies need to stay abreast of the public's evolving ideas about corporate roles and responsibilities. Organizations that do both will engage in what he calls"civil learning".

  7. CORPORATE REBRANDING OF GRAMEDIA STORE (CORPORATE REBRANDING DI GRAMEDIA STORE

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    Natasha Helena Kairupan

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available Abstract. The purposes of this research are to determine the stages of analysis, planning, and evaluation of corporate rebranding process of Gramedia Book Store to be Gramedia Store to rise stakeholder’s awareness. The method used is descriptive qualitative with positivism paradigm. The technique of collecting data through in-depth interview, observation, and literature study. The result of this research showed the analysis stage by analyzing the market through insights and foresights, brand audit through SWOT analysis, and identifying opportunities. The planning stage is by determine the purpose of the planning process and then determine the target audience, consist of external and internal customer. The planning of external customer by renaming and change of corporate identity, and marketing planning using communication channel (above the line and below the line. The planning of internal customer by Brand Induction, training, inspiration briefing at store, and innovation competition. The evaluation of rebranding process of Gramedia Store is having a focus group discussion with customer, media monitoring, and presentation to BOD. Keywords : Process, Corporate Rebranding, Stakeholder Awareness, Corporate Identity, Gramedia Store Abstrak.Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui bagaimana tahapan analisis, perencanaan, dan evaluasi proses corporate rebranding Gramedia Book Store menjadi Gramedia Store untuk meningkatkan stakeholder awareness. Pendekatan yang digunakan adalah kualitatif dengan paradigma positivisme dan jenis studi deksriptif. Teknik pengumpulan data yang dilakukan melalui wawancara mendalam, observasi, dan studi pustaka. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian, tahapan analisis dilakukan dengan menganalisis pasar melalui insights dan foresights, audit merek dengan analisis SWOT, dan mengidentifikasi peluang. Dalam tahapan perencanaan dengan menentukan tujuan kemudian menentukan target audiens, yaitu eksternal dan internal. Perencanaan

  8. RELEVANCE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIAN ...

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    economy, their corporate governance is of prime interest to government, ... supervisory framework and unethical practices among top banking chiefs ... Corporate Governance of Public Companies in Nigeria (2003) which sees corporate ... are more interested in their banks' profitability, soundness and good health while the.

  9. Corporal Punishment: Legalities, Realities, and Implications.

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    Hinchey, Patricia H.

    2003-01-01

    Presents a quiz that will help readers determine the reliability of their own perceptions relating to corporal punishment in schools. Discusses U.S. Courts and corporal punishment, worldwide and nationwide legality, and the realities of corporal punishment in the United States. Discusses implications for what teachers can do to address corporal…

  10. Corporate social responsibility and financial markets

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    Dam, Lammertjan

    2008-01-01

    This thesis examines the economics of corporate social responsibility, with an emphasis on the role of financial markets and institutions. Questions that are raised are: What does corporate social responsibility mean in an economic context? What is the impact of corporate social responsibility on

  11. Lessons for Teacher Education from Corporate Practice.

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    Houston, W. Robert

    1987-01-01

    Teacher education suffers from parochialism and is essentially the same today as it was 50 years ago. Corporate education programs are large and well developed, and adoption of their promising ideas could improve teacher education. Eight conclusions about corporate educational practices are presented from a study of corporate training programs…

  12. FINANCE CORPORATIONS: THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECT

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    Vitaly Yu. Zaitsev; Yurii I. Fedchishin

    2015-01-01

    The article deals with the essence of corporate Finance and the principles of their organization. The characteristic of the system of corporate financial management, describes its purpose, objectives and functions. Given the definition of a financial company policy. Review the organizational structure of corporate financial management from the current position.

  13. FINANCE CORPORATIONS: THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECT

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    Vitaly Yu. Zaitsev

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The article deals with the essence of corporate Finance and the principles of their organization. The characteristic of the system of corporate financial management, describes its purpose, objectives and functions. Given the definition of a financial company policy. Review the organizational structure of corporate financial management from the current position.

  14. 39 CFR 221.4 - Corporate officers.

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    ... 39 Postal Service 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Corporate officers. 221.4 Section 221.4 Postal Service UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION GENERAL ORGANIZATION § 221.4 Corporate officers. The Board of Governors determines the number of corporate officers and appoints the...

  15. Corporate Strategies in Global Investment Business

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    Tetiana Frolova

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available The article deals with topical issues of the development of corporate strategies for businesses. We proposed the classification and defined the ways to implement corporate strategies. We also analysed the current trends in the development of global corporate strategies mainly implemented through mergers and acquisitions.

  16. Are Stock and Corporate Bond Markets Integrated?

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    van Zundert, J.; Driessen, Joost

    2017-01-01

    This study explores the cross-sectional integration of stock and corporate bond markets by comparing a firm’s expected stock return, as implied by corporate bond spreads, to its realized stock return. We compute expected corporate bond returns by correcting credit spreads for expected losses due to

  17. Examining the Relationship between Corporate Social ...

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    this study, we explore and test the relationship between financial ... initiatives into their corporate culture and business operations because increases ... Corporate social responsibility (CSR for short and also called corporate social ..... with the inclusion criteria. ...... financial performance: Evidence from the banking industry.

  18. The corporate image concept : a strategic approach

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    Vos, M.F.

    1992-01-01

    Following a clarification of the concept of corporate image using the available literature as a basis, the process of image-formation and the nature of the influence of corporate image on behaviour are explored. The relationship with corporate identity is then discussed. This exploration

  19. 22 CFR 96.31 - Corporate structure.

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    ... 22 Foreign Relations 1 2010-04-01 2010-04-01 false Corporate structure. 96.31 Section 96.31 Foreign Relations DEPARTMENT OF STATE LEGAL AND RELATED SERVICES ACCREDITATION OF AGENCIES AND APPROVAL OF... Approval Licensing and Corporate Governance § 96.31 Corporate structure. (a) The agency qualifies for...

  20. 12 CFR 615.5010 - Funding Corporation.

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    ... 12 Banks and Banking 6 2010-01-01 2010-01-01 false Funding Corporation. 615.5010 Section 615.5010... POLICIES AND OPERATIONS, AND FUNDING OPERATIONS Funding § 615.5010 Funding Corporation. (a) The Funding Corporation shall issue, market, and handle the obligations of the banks issued under section 4.2(b) through...

  1. 46 CFR 287.27 - Controlled corporation.

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    ... 46 Shipping 8 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Controlled corporation. 287.27 Section 287.27 Shipping... OPERATORS ESTABLISHMENT OF CONSTRUCTION RESERVE FUNDS § 287.27 Controlled corporation. For the purpose of... acquired by a corporation at a time when the taxpayer owns not less than 95 percent of the total number of...

  2. 46 CFR 67.39 - Corporation.

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    ... 46 Shipping 2 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Corporation. 67.39 Section 67.39 Shipping COAST GUARD... Citizenship Requirements for Vessel Documentation § 67.39 Corporation. (a) For the purpose of obtaining a registry or a recreational endorsement, a corporation meets citizenship requirements if: (1) It is...

  3. preescolares desnutridos con madres con obesidad y sin obesidad

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    Viridiana Vanessa Conzuelo-González

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available El primer objetivo fue conocer cuántos menores de cinco años con diferentes grados de desnutrición tienen una madre con sobrepeso/obesidad/ en una comunidad indígena que vive en extrema pobreza y bajo condiciones de migración masculina internacional. El segundo fue comparar tres variables socionutricionales (ingreso familiar, educación de la madre y adecuación nutrimental de la dieta diaria entre estos hogares y los hogares con desnutrición infantil y madres sin obesidad. Se realizó un estudio transversal (2006-2007, en la comunidad mazahua de San Francisco Tepeolulco, Municipio de Temascalcingo; que incluyó a 85 hogares integrados por preescolares con desnutrición inscritos al programa Oportunidades. Se determinó el estado nutrición de los preescolares con indicadores antropométricos y se obtuvo el IMC de las madres de estos infantes. Se aplicó una encuesta socionutricional, incluida el recordatorio de 24 horas, y complementado con la observación participante (cualitativa. Se encontró que 83% de las madres mazahuas presentaron sobrepeso u obesidad. El estado de nutrición de los preescolares con madres con obesidad presentó un porcentaje mayor de desnutrición (76%. En la variable género, se encontró que 54% de los niños con madres con obesidad tenía baja talla. Al relacionar el nivel educativo de la madre, esta variable resultó ser estadísticamente significativa (p=0.015, donde el analfabetismo está más relacionado con la desnutrición infantil que tienen madres de bajo y/o peso normal. La elevada prevalencia de hogares conformados con preescolares con desnutrición y madres con obesidad, es un síntoma más de la pobreza en zonas indígenas en México, con bajo índice de desarrollo humano.

  4. Corporate strategic branding: How country and corporate brands come together

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    Đorđević Bojan

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available The concept of countries as brands has been increasingly recognized in the post-modern global world. A strong country brand can provide corporate brands with a unique set of values, which supports their positioning on the international market. Simultaneously, once corporate brands achieve worldwide success, they contribute actively to developing new features of the country brand. Consumers pay more and more attention to products' country of origin. When the name of a country is mentioned, they can have positive associations (high quality, modern design, product innovation, which means that the country itself has a powerful brand. However, there are opposite cases where we talk about the weak branding of a particular country. It is necessary to mobilize all the available forces of politicians, business people, artists, sportsmen and scientists to create a strategy for enhancing the image and reputation of a country on the international markets, i.e. for creating the national branding strategy.

  5. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN MALAYSIA: THE EFFECT OF CORPORATE REFORMS AND STATE BUSINESS RELATION IN MALAYSIA

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    Nor Azizah Zainal Abidin; Halimah @ Nasibah Ahmad

    2007-01-01

    The Asian Financial Crisis in 1997 not only introduced the term of corporate governance but also drew attention of the public about the weaknesses of Malaysian corporate governance practice. After 1998, Malaysian government decided to adopt corporate reform that could enhance the quality of good corporate management practice. Thisreform is clearly stated in the code and rules of corporate governance. The purpose of this research is to study the significance of implementing the code and rules ...

  6. Negative employee corporate brand identification: A case study of a prominent Malaysian University corporate brand

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    Syed alwi, SF; Balmer, JMT; CheHa, N; Yen, D

    2014-01-01

    The purpose of this paper is to investigate negative employee corporate brand identification towards a business school in Malaysia. The research marshals the nascent literature of corporate brand identification (Balmer and Liao 2007; Balmer, Liao and Wang 2008) which marked new ground by drawing on social identity theory in corporate branding contexts. Corporate brand identification is relatively new concept but has been recognized as very important facet of corporate marketing (Balmer and Li...

  7. Determinants of Corporate Governance and Corporate Performance among Consumer Product Industry in Malaysia: A Theoretical Model

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    Kogilavani Apadore; Siti Subaryani Binti Zainol

    2014-01-01

    This study discusses on the relationship between corporate governance mechanisms and corporate performance of public listed companies in Bursa Malaysia among the consumer product industry. It investigates the corporate governance mechanisms such as ownership concentration, audit quality, board independence and CEO duality, are used to test on the relationship between both corporate governance and corporate performance. The proposed model indicates that the proportion of independent non-execut...

  8. Corporate character : modern virtue ethics and the virtuous corporation.

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    Moore, G.

    2005-01-01

    This paper is a further development of two previous pieces of work (Moore 2002, 2005) in which modern virtue ethics, and in particular MacIntyre's (1983) related notions of "practice" and "institution," have been explored in the context of business. It first introduces and defines the concept of corporate character and seeks to establish why it is important. It then reviews MacIntyre's virtues-practice-institution schema and the implications of this at the level of the institution in question...

  9. Corporate visual identity: a case in hospitals.

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    Alkibay, Sanem; Ozdogan, F Bahar; Ermec, Aysegul

    2007-01-01

    This paper aims to present a perspective to better understand corporate identity through examining the perceptions of Turkish patients and develop a corporate visual identity scale. While there is no study related to corporate identity research on hospitals in Turkey as a developing country, understanding consumer's perceptions about corporate identity efforts of hospitals could provide different perspectives for recruiters. When the hospitals are considered in two different groups as university and state hospitals, the priority of the characteristics of corporate visual identity may change, whereas the top five characteristics remain the same for all the hospitals.

  10. Energy Information Data Base: corporate author entries

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    1980-06-01

    One of the controls for information entered into the data bases created and maintained by the DOE Technical Information Center is the standardized name for the corporate entity or the corporate author. The purpose of Energy Information Data Base: Corporate Author Entries is to provide a means for the consistent citing of the names of organizations in bibliographic records. These entries serve as guides for users of the DOE/RECON computerized data bases who want to locate information originating in particular organizations. The entries in this revision include the corporate entries used in report bibliographic citations since 1973 and list approximately 28,000 corporate sources

  11. autorregulado con estudiantes universitarios

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    Jairo Andrés Montes

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available El propósito del presente estudio es describir la forma en la que se presentan los procesos de aprendizaje autorregulado con un grupo de estudiantes (22 estudiantes de tercer semestre de Psicología de la PUJ, Cali, en el evento de preparación para la presentación un examen. Asimismo se describen las correlaciones que ocurren entre las distintas fases de dicho proceso de autorregulación del aprendizaje. Para conseguir los objetivos propuestos se ha hecho uso de una observación de desempeño en tiempo real, es decir, de la observación durante una sesión de preparación de examen de los estudiantes, en la cual se emplearon protocolos verbales para dar cuenta de lo que «pasaba por su mente» mientras estudiaban. Una entrevista semi-estructurada y una prueba objetiva. Los resultados fueron analizados a la luz del modelo mixto de procesamiento de información y constructivismo abordado por Winne(1998. Como resultado se encontró una relación significativa entre los niveles de desempeño en el proceso de ARR y el resultado del examen. Igualmente se encontraron bajos niveles de regulación en una parte importante de la muestra y un desfase significativo entre conocimiento declarativo de ARR y desempeño en el mismo

  12. A Case Study in Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Sharon K. Kendrick

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available This case study promotes analysis through a brief investigation into the role of corporate social responsibility (CSR in the operation of a multinational corporation as evidenced by Google, Inc. The study focuses on a transnational company in order to observe the impact of CSR practice on a global level. The study will present implications of CSR for corporate management, corporate employees, state regulators, shareholders, and customers in general. In addition, the study will discuss consequences of poor CSR compliance for a multinational corporation. Questions for analysis include implications of CSR, employee retention, development of corporate culture, and evaluation of advantages and disadvantages of different CSR approaches. Upon conclusion of the study, suggestions are made for future collaborative efforts in corporate social responsibility as applied to psychological, sociological, and economical motives. Recruiting and training possibilities also present partnership opportunities for best practice sharing in regards to community, civic, and service engagement.

  13. Corporate Governance Quality in Selected Transition Countries

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    Danila Djokic

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Important questions that concern the notion of good corporate governance focus on what good corporate governance is, who benefits from good corporate governance, and how corporate governance quality can be measured. The aim of our study was to broaden our understanding of the role of standards and codes of good corporate governance in improving governance practices.We found that not only formal regulations, standards, and governance codes, but also corporate governance indices-which make the assessment of companies’ governance practices possible-are important in measuring and improving governance quality. The results of the research based on the SEECGAN Index methodology indicated that mandatory requirements and voluntary recommendations of high governance standards had a positive impact on the corporate governance practice in Slovenia.

  14. Diagnosis of Helicobacter pylori infection using urease rapid test in patients with bleeding duodenal ulcer: influence of endoscopic signs and simultaneous corporal and antral biopsies Diagnóstico de la infección por Helicobacter pylori mediante el test rápido de la ureasa en pacientes con hemorragia por úlcera duodenal: influencia de los signos endoscópicos de sangrado y de la obtención simultánea de biopsias de cuerpo y antro gástrico

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    M. Castro Fernández

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    patients with combined antral and fundic biopsies. In group A, urease test was positive in 90.5% of patients; in group B, it was positive in 89.5% of patients, and in group C, the test turned positive in 75.4% of patients. Statistical differences were only reached when patients in group C were compared to patients in groups A and B together (p = 0.037. Conclusions: 1. The presence of either blood in the stomach or recent bleeding endoscopic signs appeared not to be the conditioning factor for the decreased sensitivity of urease test among patients with bleeding duodenal ulcer. 2. The decreased sensitivity of this test in patients with upper gastrointestinal bleeding is more evident during the resolution stage, and it does not seem to occur because of H. pylori migration from the antrum to the corporal gastric region.Introducción: la sensibilidad de los métodos diagnósticos invasivos de infección por H. pylori, especialmente el test rápido de la ureasa, disminuye en los casos de úlcera gastro-duodenal y hemorragia digestiva. Objetivos: valorar la influencia de la presencia de sangre en estómago o de signos endoscópicos de sangrado en la sensibilidad del test rápido de la ureasa en pacientes con hemorragia por úlcera duodenal, así como la influencia de la obtención de biopsias de cuerpo y antro gástrico. Pacientes y métodos: incluimos 120 pacientes, 85 varones y 35 mujeres, con edad media de 62 (18-88 años, con hemorragia por úlcera duodenal y diagnóstico endoscópico en las primeras 24 horas del ingreso. Ningún paciente había consumido antiinflamatorios no esteroideos, inhibidores de la bomba de protones o antibióticos en las dos semanas previas a la hemorragia digestiva, ni había recibido tratamiento frente a H. pylori. En este grupo seleccionado de pacientes admitimos una tasa de infección de prácticamente el 100%. Investigamos la infección por H. pylori mediante biopsias de antro (69 casos o de cuerpo y antro (51 casos gástricos para test de

  15. Corporate competitiveness and sustainability risks

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    Udo Braendle

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available This paper aims at providing a theoretical analysis of the existing research on corporate competition and sustainability risks that occur when companies aspire to reach maximum competitive advantages and gain competitive benefits compared to their rivals. Competitiveness has been described as a multidimensional, theoretical and relative concept linked with the market mechanism. The concept of competitiveness may refer to different levels of aggregation: national, regional, industrial and individual companies. This paper contributes to the theoretical research on corporate competitiveness by the analysis of old and new definitions of this category. It also notes that the sustainability risks connected to competition can be divided into several groups where the authors highlight environmental, legal, financial risks, behaviour risks and state-related risks as the most crucial ones. For companies to be fit for the competitive challenge, the paper identifies main characteristics of such risks and gives policy guidance for their avoidance

  16. VALUE CREATION THROUGH CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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    Elena Chitimus

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Companies spend time and money in order to improve their corporate governance (CG system and also do not forget to inform third parties about their efforts in this field. CG studies the separation of power at an entity level and the segregation of responsibilities between shareholders, management, and board of directors. As a mechanism CG helps to align management’s goals with those of the stakeholders in order to avoid conflict and to sustain and develop a healthy company. The objective of this article is to show how corporate governance is defined, what does it stands for and why it is important or maybe better said why companies give it so much importance.

  17. CORPORATE IDENTITY SEJARAH DAN APLIKASINYA

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    Christine Suharto Cenadi

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available In the recent globalization era%2C and the developed market%2C many companies compete to attract consumers to buy their products. One of the keys to compete and survive in this developing market is by creating an image and graphic identity. This paper will discuss about corporate identity%2C image%2C its purpose and applications. Abstract in Bahasa Indonesia : Dalam era globalisasi dewasa ini%2C dan dengan berkembangnya pasar (market%2C banyak perusahaan bersaing untuk menarik perhatian konsumen untuk membeli produknya. Salah satu cara untuk bersaing dan dapat bertahan di dalam pasar yang terus berkembang ini adalah dengan menciptakan suatu image dan identitas graphic. Tulisan ini akan membahas tentang corporate identity%2C image%2C fungsi dan aplikasinya

  18. Financialization and the Multinational Corporation

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    Morgan, Glenn

    2014-01-01

    The terrain on which states, trade unions and social movements confront multinational corporations has changed dramatically over the last two decades as a result of two phenomena – the disaggregation of the supply chain and the financialization of corporations. Trade unions and social movements...... have increasingly challenged the inequalities and unfairnesses which have emerged from the globalization of supply chains. However, issues of financialization, although increasingly high profile since 2008, have generally been treated separately. This article argues that the two phenomena...... are integrally related within the same process of neoliberal globalization. It argues that trade unions and social movements need to connect together issues to do with the relocation and restructuring of employment with issues of financialization and the need for financial reform. Change will only be effective...

  19. Features of the content of corporate contracts

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    Elena Petrovna Gladneva

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available Objective to study the legal nature to reveal the peculiarities of the subject and other essential terms of corporate contracts as a technique and means of legal regulation of corporate relations. Methods general and specific methods of cognition dialectical formal logic analysis synthesis modeling structural and systemicfunctional methods as well as comparative legal logical legal historical legal grammatical methods and systemic interpretation. Results it is concluded that the object of corporate contracts includes terms about the features of implementation of corporate rights for shares and share in capital assets conditions order of the implementation of corporate rights and approval of other actions related to company management activity reorganization and liquidation the passive duty of corporate organizations to refrain from committing any action authority arising from the nature of corporate agreements as well as the active responsibilities associated with the certain implementation of corporate rights certified by stocks shares rights to stocks shares. In addition to the subject the content of corporate contractsincludes other essential necessary conditions stipulated by the corporate legislation norms and the agreement of the participants of economic entity. Scientific novelty for the first time taking into account modern achievements of civilistic jurisprudence and practice the authors investigate the relationship between the concepts of a civil contract and corporate contract give the definition of corporate contract show the specificity of the subject and other material terms of corporate contracts. Practical significance the findings can be taken into account in the further research of corporate law issues as subbranch of civil law used in law making and enforcement activities in the educational process as a teaching material in civil law. nbsp

  20. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS

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    Meghna Thapar

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available Corporate governance is a process, relation and mechanism set up for the corporations and firms based on certain guidelines and principles by which a company is controlled and directed. The principles provided in the system ensure that the company is governed in a way that it is able to set and achieve its goals and objectives in the context of the social, regulatory and market environment, and is able to maximize profits and also benefit those whose interest is involved in it, in the long run. The division and distribution of rights and responsibilities among different participants in the corporation (such as the board of directors, managers, shareholders, creditors, auditors, regulators, and other stakeholders and inclusion of the rules and procedures for making decisions in corporate affairs are identified with the help of Corporate Governance mechanism and guidelines. The need to make corporate governance in India transparent was felt after the high profile corporate governance failure scams like the stock market scam, the UTI scam, Ketan Parikh scam, Satyam scam, which were severely criticized by the shareholders. Thus, Corporate Governance is not just company administration but more than that and includes monitoring the actions, policies, practices, and decisions of corporations, their agents, and affected stakeholders thereby ensuring fair, efficient and transparent functioning of the corporate management system. By this paper, the authors intend to examine the concept of corporate governance in India with regard to the provisions of corporate governance under the Companies Act 2013. The paper will highlight the importance and need of corporate governance in India. We will also discuss the important case laws which contributed immensely in the emergence of corporate governance in India.

  1. Democratizing the Multinational Corporation (MNC)

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    Andersen, Torben Juul; Hallin, Carina Antonia

    2017-01-01

    insights that can be used strategically if management at headquarters is cognizant about its existence and able to collect this information. We introduce the notion of democratizing the strategic engagement of managers and employees at all levels and locations of the multinational corporation (MNC......) as an essential leadership paradigm. The implied interaction between slow central analytical reasoning at headquarters and updated insights from fast decentralized initiatives in local subsidiaries constitutes an effective dynamic responsive mechanism. This dynamic interaction implies that critical strategic...

  2. Dynamic Diversification in Corporate Credit

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    Christoffersen, Peter; Jacobs, Kris; Jin, Xisong

    We characterize diversification in corporate credit using a new class of dynamic copula models which can capture dynamic dependence and asymmetry in large samples of firms. We also document important differences between credit spread and equity return dependence dynamics. Modeling a decade...... the crisis and remain high as well. The most important shocks to credit dependence occur in August of 2007 and in August of 2011, but interestingly these dates are not associated with significant changes to median credit spreads....

  3. Trademark Values in Corporate Restructuring

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    Torres, Fernando

    2007-01-01

    In corporate restructuring under Chapter 11, an asset valuation is a central task for both legal and financial reasons. In the area of intangible assets, however, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) do not reflect internally-generated assets such as brands, trademarks, and other intellectual property. In practice, arbitrary rules of thumb are used to fill this gap, and closure, liquidation, financing, and restructuring decisions are made on this basis. This paper reports the ...

  4. Corporate Goodness and Shareholder Wealth

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    Krueger, Philipp

    2015-01-01

    Using a unique data set, I study how stock markets react to positive and negative events concerned with a firm's corporate social responsibility (CSR). I show that investors respond strongly negatively to negative events and weakly negatively to positive events. I then show that investors do value "offsetting CSR", that is positive CSR news concerning firms with a history of poor stakeholder relations. In contrast, investors respond negatively to positive CSR news which is more likely to resu...

  5. Business Ethics and Corporate Sustainability

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    A. Tencati; F. Perrini

    2011-01-01

    This authoritative book includes cutting-edge insights from leading European and North American scholars who reflect upon business ethics’ foundations, firms, markets and stakeholders in order to design more sustainable patterns of development for business and society. Together, the contributing authors advance critical, innovative and imaginative perspectives to rethink the mainstream models and address the sustainability challenge. Business Ethics and Corporate Sustainability will provi...

  6. Corporate social responsibility of business

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    Bryantseva M.V.

    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available the article is devoted to actual problems of corporate social responsibility (CSR in today's Russian society, where today it is recognized as one of the most important theoretical and practical problems in terms of establishing effective mutually beneficial cooperation between the state, business and various social institutions, and is the focus of scholars and practitioners of social and economic spheres of society.

  7. Imageries of Corporate Social Responsibility

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    Höllerer, Markus A.; Jancsary, Dennis; Meyer, Renate E.

    2013-01-01

    In this paper, we explore how corporations use visual artifacts to translate and recontextualize a globally theorized managerial concept (CSR) into a local setting (Austria). In our analysis of the field-level visual discourse, we analyze over 1,600 images in stand-alone CSR reports of publicly t...... ideational oppositions and reduce institutional complexity; and, finally, by connecting questionable claims with representations of authenticity, they aid in overcoming credibility gaps....

  8. Corporate Finance and Comparative Advantage

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    Peter Egger; Christian Keuschnigg

    2009-01-01

    Since innovative firms are often financially constrained, access to external funds is important for the expansion of innovative industries. This paper reports four important results. First, comparative advantage is shaped by factor endowments as well as fundamental determinants of corporate finance. In particular, a larger equity ratio of firms and tough governance standards relax finance constraints and create a comparative advantage in innovative industries. Second, factor price equalizatio...

  9. Corporate Corruption in Russian Regions

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    Ledeneva, A. V.

    2011-01-01

    To understand corporate corruption in Russia and to develop both effective anti-corruption policies at the macro level and anti-corruption strategies at the firm level one has to move beyond the predominant paradigm and to disaggregate its measurement. This article outlines the results of a pilot survey of CEOs of leading companies operating in the Russian regions with regard to their use of informal practices.

  10. Engaged anthropology and corporate volunteering

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    Natália Blahová

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this paper is to present engaged anthropology and its methodological tools with a specific perspective of the research field and the position of the researcher with regard to research subjects. The study focuses on corporate volunteering as one of the forms of collaboration between the non-profit and the private sectors seeking solutions to social problems and community development. Volunteering projects contribute to the interlinking of the knowledge, skills, experience and resources of corporate employees and the representatives of the non-profit or the public sector. It is a part of the philanthropic strategy of companies which are willing to present themselves as entities responsible towards the environment in which they run their business, and towards their employees, partners and customers. Engaged anthropology can bring, through its methodological tools, a new perspective of corporate volunteering. Community-based participatory research on the process of knowledge creation includes all partners on an equal basis and identifies their unique contribution to problem solution and community development.

  11. Corporate psychopathy: Talking the walk.

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    Babiak, Paul; Neumann, Craig S; Hare, Robert D

    2010-01-01

    There is a very large literature on the important role of psychopathy in the criminal justice system. We know much less about corporate psychopathy and its implications, in large part because of the difficulty in obtaining the active cooperation of business organizations. This has left us with only a few small-sample studies, anecdotes, and speculation. In this study, we had a unique opportunity to examine psychopathy and its correlates in a sample of 203 corporate professionals selected by their companies to participate in management development programs. The correlates included demographic and status variables, as well as in-house 360 degrees assessments and performance ratings. The prevalence of psychopathic traits-as measured by the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R) and a Psychopathy Checklist: Screening Version (PCL: SV) "equivalent"-was higher than that found in community samples. The results of confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and structural equation modeling (SEM) indicated that the underlying latent structure of psychopathy in our corporate sample was consistent with that model found in community and offender studies. Psychopathy was positively associated with in-house ratings of charisma/presentation style (creativity, good strategic thinking and communication skills) but negatively associated with ratings of responsibility/performance (being a team player, management skills, and overall accomplishments).

  12. Índices de rendimiento corporal en morocoto Piaractus brachypomus cultivado en sistemas Biofloc

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    Abad, Darwin; Rincón, David; Poleo, Germán

    2014-01-01

    El objetivo principal de esta investigación fue determinar los índices de rendimiento corporal(canal, viscerosomático, hepatosomático y escamas) del morocoto Piaractus brachypomus cultivado en sistemas Biofloc. Mil trescientos juveniles de morocoto con talla promedio de 10±0,2 cm y 15±3,1 g de peso, fueron sembrados en cinco tanques circulares de 15m³ a una densidad de 17,3 organismos/m³. Los peces fueron alimentados a saciedad aparente con alimento comercial (28% PC) durante un periodo de 21...

  13. Puentes con vigas pretensadas

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    Editorial, Equipo

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    Full Text Available This paper describes one of the three bridges which Hidrocivil, S. A., has built in Catalonia (northern Spain, over the river Ripoll. The other two bridges are very similar to this one, both in construction and design, and show only minor adjustments to the local topography. The contracting firm proposed several alterations in the prefabrication and constructional procedure, in relation to the initial project, and these changes were accepted. The main feature of these projects is the use of prestressed beams, built at the workshop in sections, and joined together by means of sixty 7 mm cables in each beam. As the shear forces are more acute at the joints, the end of each section has a kind of diaphragm, to provide a large contact area, and hence greater surface to transmit the shear forces. The methods of construction are also of interest. Briefly, they involve building the bridge piles, and use these to support a provisional structure with transversal movement. This provisional structure, in turn, served as platform for two bridge cranes, which lifted the girders to their final location. After the first span was completed, the deck was concreted and the auxiliary structure pushed forward to the next span, to repeat the same operations. This arrangement saved the use of provisional framework.En este trabajo se describe uno de los tres puentes que Hidrocivil, S. A., ha construido.—previo concurso— en la región catalana; concretamente, el que salva el río Ripoll. Los otros dos no han sido objeto de descripción general por ser muy similares, en lo que a ejecución y concepción se refiere, con la única variante que presentan las características topográficas locales. La empresa propuso ciertas variantes— que fueron aceptadas— en la prefabricación y métodos de construcción. El interés de estas obras se centra en el empleo de vigas pretensadas, prefabricadas en taller por trozos, y solidarizados en el mismo mediante las operaciones

  14. Autoestima corporal, publicaciones virtuales en las redes sociales y sexualidad en adolescentes

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    Montserrat Peris

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    Full Text Available La adolescencia es una etapa caracterizada por la preocupación de la imagen del cuerpo, así como por el despertar sexual. Las redes sociales (RS se han convertido en el medio de vehiculizar el interés sexual del adolescente y el lugar donde más se exponen a través de las publicaciones fotográficas. Objetivos: a Analizar las diferencias de sexo y edad en autoestima corporal, en publicaciones virtuales y en estrategias de avance sexual (EAS; b Realizar análisis correlaciónales entre las variables estudiadas. Participantes: 200 adolescentes de 14 a 17 años, 98 chicos (49%, seleccionados aleatoriamente del País Vasco. Instrumentos de evaluación: Escala de Autoestima Corporal (Maganto y Kortabarria, 2011, Cuestionario de Imagen Virtual de las Redes Sociales (Maganto y Peris, 2011 y el Cuestionario de Estrategias de Avance Sexual (Román, 2009. Resultados: Se hallaron diferencias estadísticamente significativas de sexo y edad. Los chicos son superiores en autoestima corporal, publicaciones eróticas y en EAS coercitivas y de presión. Los adolescentes de 16-17 años tienen más EAS y emociones positivas ante la sexualidad. La autoestima corporal erótica y social correlaciona positivamente con las publicaciones estéticas, eróticas y con las EAS físicas y verbales. Conclusiones: Los adolescentes con alta autoestima corporal estética y erótica son los que más publicaciones eróticas realizan en las RS y los que más EAS presentan, especialmente físicas y verbales.

  15. Violencia con el anciano

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    Rita Campillo Motilva

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    Full Text Available La violencia doméstica es tan antigua como la humanidad misma y se reconocen la violencia infantil, contra la mujer y al anciano, fundamentalmente; siendo este último grupo una población en ascenso por las mayores expectativas de vida de los últimos años. Como resultado de ello, el número de casos de abuso en el anciano se incrementará y el impacto de este abuso sobre la salud debe ser considerado de forma adecuada. La gama de maltratos es variadísima e incluye el abuso físico, emocional, financiero, sexual, por negligencia, negación a brindarle ayuda y otras formas más. Los ancianos con deterioro cognitivo son los más vulnerables. El médico en la atención primaria de salud es un pilar importante en la prevención y educación de este problema.Domestic violence is as old as humanity itself. Child, women and elderly abuse are mainly recognized. The elderly group is increasing due to the higher life expectancy experimented during the last years. As a result, the number of battered elderly will grow and the impact of this abuse on health should be adequately considered. The range of abuse is very wide and it includes physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse, negligence, rejection to give assistance and others. The elderly with cognitive deterioration are the most vulnerable. The physician at the primary health care level is an important milestone in the prevention and education of this problem.

  16. Corporate Social Responsibility in banking sector

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    Full Text Available After popularity increase of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility over last century in the USA, with the 21st century the concept comes into the European Union as well, actually into Czech Republic. For the European Union, the concept of social responsibility becomes one of the tool for achieving the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy (Lisbon Strategy, 2000. With the start of the financial and economic crisis, the European Commission sees in the Corporate Social Responsibility a way how to cope with the crisis. Also scientific studies (Ghoul, 2011; Gruz, 2009 indicate the positive influence of Corporate Social Responsibility on financial performance of the company. In the Czech Republic, the implementation of the concept is especially for multinational corporations. For example, Corporate Social Responsibility is very popular in financial sector, which the financial crisis did not damage so perceptible as in other countries of developed economies (Singer, 2009. This article defines on a theoretical level the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility, its development, its present form and the influence on financial performance of the company. Another part of the article focuses on three czech banking subjects (Česká spořitelna, Komerční banka a Československá obchodní banka, which regularly take the leading positions of the official corporate donors chart „TOP Filantrop“. The article explores the evolution of corporate donations and finds the connection between corporate donations and corporate profit and financial and economic crisis.

  17. Corporate moral responsibility in health care.

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    2000-01-01

    The question of corporate moral responsibility--of whether it makes sense to hold an organisation corporately morally responsible for its actions, rather than holding responsible the individuals who contributed to that action--has been debated over a number of years in the business ethics literature. However, it has had little attention in the world of health care ethics. Health care in the United Kingdom (UK) is becoming an increasingly corporate responsibility, so the issue is increasingly relevant in the health care context, and it is worth considering whether the specific nature of health care raises special questions around corporate moral responsibility. For instance, corporate responsibility has usually been considered in the context of private corporations, and the organisations of health care in the UK are mainly state bodies. However, there is enough similarity in relevant respects between state organisations and private corporations, for the question of corporate responsibility to be equally applicable. Also, health care is characterised by professions with their own systems of ethical regulation. However, this feature does not seriously diminish the importance of the corporate responsibility issue, and the importance of the latter is enhanced by recent developments. But there is one major area of difference. Health care, as an activity with an intrinsically moral goal, differs importantly from commercial activities that are essentially amoral, in that it narrows the range of opportunities for corporate wrongdoing, and also makes such organisations more difficult to punish.

  18. Influência da temperatura corporal de cascavéis (Crotalus durissus submetidas à anestesia com cetamina Influence of body temperature on rattlesnakes (Crotalus durissus anesthetized with ketamine

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    Adriano B. Carregaro

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    Full Text Available O estudo objetivou verificar a influência da temperatura corporal nos parâmetros fisiológicos e nos períodos de indução e recuperação anestésicos de cascavéis (Crotalus durissus anestesiadas com cetamina. Os animais foram previamente submetidos à hipotermia (HIPO (The aim of the study was to verify the influence of the body temperature under physiological values and latency and recovery times on rattlesnakes anesthetized with ketamine. The animals were previously submitted to hypothermia (HYPO (<22°C and normothermia (30°C (NORMO and then, anesthetized with 80 mg/kg IM of ketamine. Latency and recovery times were evaluated by head tonus, muscular tonus and righting reflex. Heart rate (HR, time of apnea and body temperature were measured before and 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, 90 and 120 minutes after ketamine administration. Blood gases parameters were measured before, 30 and 60 minutes. It was not observed difference on latency time in both groups. The recovery time was higher on HYPO (5,5 hours compared to NORMO (3,5 hours. HR was higher on NORMO compared to HYPO. Time of apnea was the same pattern on both groups. Compared to basal levels, time of apnea was shorter between 5 to 30 min on both groups. Respiratory acidosis was observed only at 0 min in NORMO. SvO2 was higher after 30 min, the same as with PvO2 in both groups. PvCO2 reduced after 30 min in both groups. It was evident that body temperature exerts intense influence on the recovery time on rattlesnakes anesthetized with ketamine.

  19. FECUNDIDAD Y FERTILIDAD EN ONCE ESPECIES DE ANUROS COLOMBIANOS CON DIFERENTES MODOS REPRODUCTIVOS

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    Guayara-Barragán Manuel Gilberto

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    Full Text Available Los anuros son uno de los grupos de vertebrados más destacados por la diversidad desus estrategias reproductivas, que reflejan las presiones de selección sobre las variadascondiciones ambientales de sus hábitats. En este trabajo se reportan como parámetrosde estas estrategias reproductivas, la fecundidad (número de huevos por postura yla fertilidad (porcentaje de embriones por postura, en once especies de anuros conseis modos reproductivos, y se analizan en relación con el tamaño de las hembras,el tamaño de los huevos y con las características temporales o permanentes de suhábitat reproductivo. Se encontró que la fecundidad presentó una alta variación intrae inter-específica, ya que hubo especies con un solo huevo por postura (Dendrobatestruncatus hasta especies con 20 000 huevos por postura (Rhinella marina. Interespecíficamente,la fecundidad se relacionó positivamente con el tamaño corporal delas hembras, e inversamente con el tamaño de los huevos, el cual varió entre 0.98 mmy 4.54 mm y fue mayor para las especies con embriones de hábitat terrestres. Conrespecto de la fertilidad, el promedio fue mayor que el 74.93% para todas las especiesde estudio, sin diferencias estadísticamente significativas, aunque se registró un mayorporcentaje en las especies con posturas acuáticas. Este trabajo muestra como tendenciageneral que las especies con reproducción en cuerpos de agua temporales presentanun mayor número de huevos por postura, de menor tamaño y probablemente con unamayor fertilidad en comparación con las especies con una reproducción terrestre

  20. Estimating Structural Models of Corporate Bond Prices in Indonesian Corporations

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    Full Text Available This  paper  applies  the  maximum  likelihood  (ML  approaches  to  implementing  the structural  model  of  corporate  bond,  as  suggested  by  Li  and  Wong  (2008,  in  Indonesian corporations.  Two  structural  models,  extended  Merton  and  Longstaff  &  Schwartz  (LS models,  are  used  in  determining  these  prices,  yields,  yield  spreads  and  probabilities  of default. ML estimation is used to determine the volatility of irm value. Since irm value is unobserved variable, Duan (1994 suggested that the irst step of ML estimation is to derive the likelihood function for equity as the option on the irm value. The second step is to ind parameters such as the drift and volatility of irm value, that maximizing this function. The irm value itself is extracted by equating the pricing formula to the observed equity prices. Equity,  total  liabilities,  bond  prices  data  and  the  irm's  parameters  (irm  value,  volatility of irm value, and default barrier are substituted to extended Merton and LS bond pricing formula in order to valuate the corporate bond.These models are implemented to a sample of 24 bond prices in Indonesian corporation during  period  of  2001-2005,  based  on  criteria  of  Eom,  Helwege  and  Huang  (2004.  The equity  and  bond  prices  data  were  obtained  from  Indonesia  Stock  Exchange  for  irms  that issued equity and provided regular inancial statement within this period. The result shows that both models, in average, underestimate the bond prices and overestimate the yields and yield spread. ";} // -->activate javascript

  1. Global business management for sustainability and competitiveness: The role of corporate branding, corporate identity and corporate reputation

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    Gupta, Suraksha; Melewar, T.C.; Czinkota, Michael C.

    2013-01-01

    This special issue of the Journal of World Business is devoted to the role of intangibles of a firm in building sustainable business for success in competitive markets. The research articles included in this issue have contributed to the on-going academic knowledge about the ability of marketing and management practices to drive business sustainability. This special issue on business sustainabili- ty focuses on the role of corporate branding, corporate identity and corporate reputation.

  2. Corporate boards and ownership structure as antecedents of corporate governance disclosure in Saudi Arabian publicly listed corporations

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    Al-Bassam, Waleed M.; Ntim, Collins G.; Opong, Kwaku K.; Downs, Yvonne

    2015-01-01

    This study investigate whether and to what extent publicly listed corporations voluntarily comply with and disclose recommended good corporate governance (CG) practices, and distinctively examine whether the observed cross-sectional differences in such CG disclosures can be explained by ownership and board mechanisms with specific focus on Saudi Arabia. Our results suggest that corporations with larger boards, a big-four auditor, higher government ownership, a CG committee and higher institut...

  3. Financial and Economic Crisis and Corporate Finance Development

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    2015-01-01

    Financial and economic crisis has challenged the ideological and methodological basis,the basic assumptions and the universal applicability of the research conclusions of the mainstream corporate finance.In order to construct corporate finance appropriate to the state of financial crisis,it is necessary to adjust the objective function of corporate finance,modify the corporate financing theory,extend corporate investment theory,enrich corporate working capital management theory,and adjust corporate dividend policy theory.

  4. The Role of Corporate Governance in Firm Performance

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    Naimah Zahroh; Hamidah

    2017-01-01

    The objective of this study is to examine the role of corporate governance to increase firm performance. The measure of corporate governance are corporate governance mechanism and Corporate Governance Perception Index (CGPI). Samples are companies that followed CGPI award at 2005-2014. The examination of the relationship of corporate governance and firm performance is conducted by regression of corporate governance mechanism variables and control variables to profitability. Corporate governan...

  5. Posibilidades de las tareas de expresión corporal para suscitar emociones en el alumnado

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    Carlota Torrents

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Actualmente existe un creciente interés por la influencia de las emociones en el rendimiento deportivo, así como en la actividad física relacionada con el bienestar. El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar las respuestas emocionales de estudiantes durante la práctica de Expresión Corporal y observar la influencia del tipo de tarea. 80 estudiantes de primer curso de Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte participaron en 14 sesiones de 50 minutos de Expresión Corporal. Escribieron un diario después de cada sesión, en el que se recogían las emociones y sensaciones experimentadas en cada tarea. Tres investigadoras los analizaron, clasificaron las emociones y las relacionaron con el tipo de tareas. Los resultados muestran que la práctica de la Expresión Corporal provoca eminentemente comentarios relacionados con emociones positivas y que el tipo de tarea parece condicionar las emociones que se desencadenan.

  6. Índice de adiposidad corporal como predictor de obesidad y de síndrome metabólico en adultos de Bogotá, Colombia

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    González-Ruíz, Katherine; Ramírez-Vélez, Robinson; Correa Bautista, Jorge Enrique

    2015-01-01

    Recientemente, Bergman et al. desarrollaron el índice de adiposidad corporal (IAC), como un marcador de obesidad por exceso de grasa corporal en la práctica clínica. En este estudio se evaluó la validez del IAC como marcador de obesidad por exceso de adiposidad, además de examinar la capacidad predictiva del IAC con componentes e índices metabólicos asociados al SM en adultos de Bogotá, Colombia.

  7. Corporate crime: Criminological and cultural aspects

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    Keković Zoran

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available The process of economic transition in Serbia has highlighted the problem of socially responsible behavior of corporations and especially the growing phenomenon of corporate crime. The consequences of corporate wrongdoing are almost everywhere and cannot be overseen. The most tremendous ones are those related to human casualties, environmental disasters, long-term negative health effects and great material budget losses on local and state levels. The fact that corporations are profiting from criminal activity which causes enormous damage to society and individuals makes public policy makers face the ultimate choice - either to devise new effective measures for reducing and controlling this phenomenon or to retain the standard model of crime control, in accordance with the principles of classical criminal law. The first choice would require one of the pillars of criminal law - the principle of individual and subjective guilt of physical persons as the exclusive grounds for imposing criminal liability - to be either modified and widened in order to be used as a base for imposing corporate criminal liability or partially changed by new criminal law categories which would introduce different grounds for imposing criminal liability on an organization. The second choice would require the decision-makers to refuse to change old and well-established principles. The criminal reality, however, has made most legislatures in Europe and around the world choose the first option and introduce different forms of corporate criminal liability. Serbian criminal legislation has been headed in the same direction since 2008, when it was changed in order to enable the imposing of liability for criminal acts on corporations. However, although corporate criminal liability is becoming the European legislative standard, one question remains - Is this the only measure of criminal politics which can be used as a means of reducing and preventing corporate crime? The authors

  8. Índice de masa corporal y percepción de la imagen corporal en estudiantes de enfermería Body Mass Index and perception of corporal image in nursing students

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    Gloria Alcaraz López

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Objetivo. Analizar la relación entre el índice de masa corporal (IMC y la percepción de la imagen corporal. Metodología. A 199 estudiantes de enfermería, Universidad de Antioquia, 2007, se calculó el IMC y la imagen corporal utilizando la escala de siluetas propuesta por Sorensen et al. Se utilizaron las medidas de tendencia central, dispersión y proporciones. Se evaluó el nivel de concordancia entre el IMC real y la percepción de la imagen corporal y el nivel de concordancia de estas dos variables con la edad y con el semestre académico que cursaban. Resultados. Edad promedio 23,3 años, IMC de 22,7, 68,4% sobreestiman su imagen corporal (p= 0,05 y 4,5% la subestiman. Hubo concordancia entre el IMC real y la percepción de la imagen corporal sólo en 38,2%. Conclusión. La sobreestimación de la imagen corporal podría afectar el modelo de atención de enfermería y por ende alterar en los pacientes su autopercepción y estado nutricional.Objective. To explore the relationship between Body Mass Index (BMI and body image's perception. Methodology. BMI and body image silhouettes from 199 Universidad de Antioquia's female students, from Medellin - Colombia, 2007 Body image's perception were calculated using the Sorensen et al's scale. We used measures of central tendency, dispersion, and proportion, besides, we measured the level of agreement between actual BMI and body image perception and level of agreement of these two variables with age and undergraduate level. Results. Average age 23.3 years, BMI 22.7 (SD: 2.9, 68.4% overestimated their body image (p = 0.05 and 4.5% underestimated it. There was concordance between actual BMI and body image perception in only 38.2%. Conclusion. This overestimation of body image's perception might affect the care model assistance that nurses provide to their patients and consequently it might distortion patients self perception and nutritional status.

  9. CORPORATION CRIME LIABILITY OF PERSPECTIVE PENAL REFORM

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    Abdul Salam Siku

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available The setting of the responsibility criminal against corporations in Indonesia starting from the inception of the emergency law number 7 of 1955 on Economic Crime, then followed by some of the last act is Act No. 8 of 2010 on prevention and eradication of the crime of money laundering. In the framework of the renewal of national criminal law and the draft law on The Criminal law (Criminal Code systematically have set the criminal liability of corporations, whether incorporated corporation law and Corporation who is not a legal entity. Although there have been laws governing corporate crime responsibility about but are still have problems in its application. It can be seen from the lack of a corporate criminal sentenced by the Court.

  10. Florida Progress Corporation 1991 annual report

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    Anon.

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    Florida Progress Corporation is a utility holding company with assets of 5 billion dollars. Its principal subsidiary is the Florida Power Corporation; others are the Electric Fuels Corporation, the Mid-Continent Life Assurance Company, the Talquin Corporation, the Progress Credit Corporation and Advanced Separation Technologies Incorporated. The annual report describes achievements during the year. To meet growing energy demand Florida Power is building new peaking and base-load generating units, purchasing power from neighbouring utilities and cogenerators, and building more bulk power transmission line capacity in the state. Emphasis has been placed on meeting load growth by demand-site management. Attention is given to balancing energy needs with concerns for the environment, and there is an award-winning recycling program. The Electric Fuels Corporation major area of business is coal mining and transportation services. Advanced Separation Technologies has sold several of its patented ion separation machines. The report includes consolidated financial statements for the year ended 31 December 1991

  11. Corporate knowledge repository: Adopting academic LMS into corporate environment

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    Bakar, Muhamad Shahbani Abu; Jalil, Dzulkafli

    2017-10-01

    The growth of Knowledge Economy has transformed human capital to be the vital asset in business organization of the 21st century. Arguably, due to its white-collar nature, knowledge-based industry is more favorable than traditional manufacturing business. However, over dependency on human capital can also be a major challenge as any workers will inevitably leave the company or retire. This situation will possibly create knowledge gap that may impact business continuity of the enterprise. Knowledge retention in the corporate environment has been of many research interests. Learning Management System (LMS) refers to the system that provides the delivery, assessment and management tools for an organization to handle its knowledge repository. By using the aspirations of a proven LMS implemented in an academic environment, this paper proposes LMS model that can be used to enable peer-to-peer knowledge capture and sharing in the knowledge-based organization. Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), referred to an ERP solution in the internet cloud environment was chosen as the domain knowledge. The complexity of the Cloud ERP business and its knowledge make it very vulnerable to the knowledge retention problem. This paper discusses how the company's essential knowledge can be retained using the LMS system derived from academic environment into the corporate model.

  12. The end of corporate imperialism.

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    Prahalad, C K; Lieberthal, Kenneth

    2003-08-01

    As they search for growth, multinational corporations will have no choice but to compete in the big emerging markets of China, India, Indonesia, and Brazil. But while it is still common to question how such corporations will change life in those markets, Western executives would be smart to turn the question around and ask how multinationals themselves will be transformed by these markets. To be successful, MNCs will have to rethink every element of their business models, the authors assert in this seminal HBR article from 1998. During the first wave of market entry in the 1980s, multinationals operated with what might be termed an imperialist mind-set, assuming that the emerging markets would merely be new markets for their old products. But this mind-set limited their success: What is truly big and emerging in countries like China and India is a new consumer base comprising hundreds of millions of people. To tap into this huge opportunity, MNCs need to ask themselves five basic questions: Who is in the emerging middle class in these countries? How do the distribution networks operate? What mix of local and global leadership do you need to foster business opportunities? Should you adopt a consistent strategy for all of your business units within one country? Should you take on local partners? The transformation that multinational corporations must undergo is not cosmetic--simply developing greater sensitivity to local cultures will not do the trick, the authors say. To compete in the big emerging markets, multinationals must reconfigure their resources, rethink their cost structures, redesign their product development processes, and challenge their assumptions about who their top-level managers should be.

  13. The ethics of corporate social responsibility.

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    Bergman, Stanley M; Vernillo, Anthony T

    2014-01-01

    Corporations as well as individual professionals have an ethical obligation to help those in need. There is a sound tradition in American business for companies including social outreach as part of business strategy. This approach works best when corporations and community and professional experts work in partnership. Henry Schein's Corporate Social Responsibility program contributes expertise, logistics, connections, and funds to these partnerships in the United States and worldwide.

  14. Environmental performance and corporate captial structure

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    Παπαγεωργόπουλος, Χρήστος

    2014-01-01

    In the modern globalized economies the corporations, as an institution, has proved to be the most influential societal driver. In this environment there are many who urge for a reexamination of the corporations’ role as corporate citizens. While the neoclassical shareholder theory regards a firm’s sole interest the maximization of the shareholder’s value, new theories have been proposed under the principle of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). These theories have incorporated into their d...

  15. The Disappearing State Corporate Income Tax

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    Cornia, Gary; Edmiston, Kelly D.; Sjoquist, David L.; Wallace, Sally

    2005-01-01

    This paper examines alternative explanations for the decline over the past two decades in state corporate income taxes relative to the state economy. We employ a survey of state tax administrators, individual tax returns from Georgia and Utah, and panel data to explore the importance of tax policy, tax planning, and economic factors on the trend in state corporate taxes. We find that corporate tax planning and economic factors account for much of the relative decline, and that state tax polic...

  16. Euphemisms and Hypocrisy in Corporate Philanthropy

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    la Cour, Anders; Kromann, Joakim

    2011-01-01

    philanthropic while remaining economically responsible. In this situation, some researchers have argued, corporations run the risk of being caught out as hypocrites. Through an analysis of the corporate social responsibility reports of the biggest multinational corporations, this article shows how the risk...... of hypocrisy is managed communicatively through the use of euphemisms. The article argues that the use of euphemisms makes it possible to communicate both economically and philanthropically without manifest contradictions. Euphemisms, however, are also risky in their own right....

  17. Corporate Cyberstalking: An Invitation to Build Theory

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    Bocij, Paul

    2002-01-01

    Cyberstalking describes a relatively new form of stalking behaviour where technology is used as the medium of harassment. The term corporate cyberstalking is often used to describe incidents that involve organisations, such as companies and government departments. This paper uses a number of case studies in order to propose a typology of corporate cyberstalking. It is suggested that incidents involving corporate cyberstalking can be divided into two broad groups, depending on whether or not t...

  18. Corporate governance and responsibility in Nigeria

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    Adegbite, E.; Nakajima, C.

    2011-01-01

    To provide an expository on the peculiar dimension of the corporate governance and responsibility phenomenon in developing market economies, we employ a mix of qualitative methods to provide research evidence-based insights into the nature, practice, complexity and environment of governance and accountability in corporate Nigeria. We aim to contribute to the budding literature on corporate governance in sub-Saharan Africa, while providing recommendations for practitioners and policy makers...

  19. Corporate governance and control in Russian banks

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    Vernikov, Andrei

    2007-01-01

    The Working Paper examines peculiarities of the Russian model of corporate governance and control in the banking sector. The study relies upon theoretical as well as applied research of corporate governance in Russian commercial banks featuring different forms of ownership. We focus on real interests of all stakeholders, namely bank and stock market regulators, bank owners, investors, top managers and other insiders. The Anglo-American concept of corporate governance, based on agency theor...

  20. Pengaruh Corporate Governance Terhadap Tax Avoidance

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    Annisa, Nuralifmida Ayu; Kurniasih, Lulus

    2012-01-01

    This study aims to find out how the influence of the corporate governance of tax avoidanceactivity in companies listed on Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2008. The samples are publiclytraded company listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2008 as many as 200 companies. Thisstudy uses data analysis and regression analysis of the elements of corporate governance and taxavoidance. The results of this study show that the elements of corporate governance that consist ofaudit quality and audit commit...