EAE publishes its Research Report with an overview of all the School’s scientific output and dissemination
28 de May de 2020
28 de May de 2020
The Vice-Deanship of Research has overseen an increase in the publications catalogued on the Web of Science (WoS), Scopus (Elsevier) and Scielo Citation Index
Thursday 28th June 2020 - EAE Business School has decisively reaffirmed its commitment to institutional development policies that promote research and scientific output, at both a quantitative and qualitative level, an overview of which is presented in the Research Report 2019, which the School has just published. .
The Report reviews the research activity of our academic faculty, both in books, articles and scientific journals and in external, internal and industrial research projects and participation in international congresses, both in Spain and further afield. The section on dissemination examines the publications of the Strategic Research Center, Ediciones Harvard Deusto and the company case studies.
The Report also gives an overview of the prolific output of EAE’s six Research groups, based on the School’s two campuses and focusing on areas of strategic interest: Law and New Technologies Research Group (DERTEC-EAE); Marketing and Consumer Behaviour Research Group (MARCOEAE); Communication Research Group (Comm.Research-EAE); Teaching Innovation Group (GID-EAE); Multidisciplinary Tourism Research Group (GRIT-EAE); and the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Group (GIE-EAE).
Last but not least, the Report focuses on the school’s two observatories, the first specializing in Reshoring and the second in Sustainability. EAE’s Reshoring Observatory is a project que running over the course of 2020 with the aim of analysing different strategies in relating to the manufacturing location decisions of companies in Spain and Latin America, and how these decisions affect the local economy and job creation. The Observatory is headed by Dr. Marcelo Leporati, the Director of the Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Department of EAE Business School.
Meanwhile, the Sustainability Observatory is a project running throughout 2020, focusing on an analysis of sustainability from its various perspectives. The experts participating in the project are presidents of companies committed to this issue in both Spain and Latin America. The main countries taking part in the research are Spain, Mexico, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador, among others.
The Vice-Deanship of Research of EAE Business School has overseen a very significant increase, at both a quantitative and qualitative level, in publications catalogued on the Web of Science (WoS), Scopus (Elsevier) and Scielo Citation Index, and others with an editorial committee, without forgetting special-focus editions and book chapters in publications by internationally acclaimed publishers. Moreover, there has also been an increase in the number of citations received, as well as improvements in terms of the international cooperation figures.>
“For our School, we place great importance on training and improving in the area of research, focusing on different fields without losing sight of the methodological spectrum. This training and improvement are essential for developing and consolidating the scientific careers of our faculty members. It is crucial that we foster quality research; promote innovation and technology transfer; enhance and incentivize staff participation in acclaimed research groups; increase research projects and contracts; and stimulate external resource acquisition from national and internationals schemes. It goes without saying that all this must be achieved while also ensuring equal opportunities for men and women, as an essential requirement”, explained Eduardo Dittmar, the Vice-Dean of Research at EAE Business School.