RESULTATS DE LA CERCA
Secciones Dossier: «Redefining infrastructures for sustainable mobility» coordinated by Pere Suau-Sanchez and Eduard J. Alvarez Palau (1) Dossier: "25 years of Economics and Business Studies at the UOC: reflections on the future" coordinated by María Jesús Martínez Argüelles and Joan Miquel Gomis López (1) Dossier: "Vectors of sustainability: visions from the economy" coordinated by Albert Puig Gómez (1) Dossier on collaborative economy (& II): New strategies and alternative aspects of the platform economy, coordinated by Lluís Alfons Garay Tamajón (1) Dossier on collaborative economy (I): Platform economies and collaborative business, coordinated by Joan Torrent-Sellens (1) Dossier: «Gender and business: towards real equality» coordinated by Laura Lamolla Kristiansen (1) Dossier «Revolution 4.0: progress or precariousness?» coordinated by Josep Lladós (1) Dossier «Digital marketing: revolutionising consumption and society» coordinated by Irene Esteban (1) Dossier «The Future of Finance: Ethics, Technology and Globalisation» coordinated by Joan Llobet (1) Dossier: «Logistics and supply chain in the new digital age» coordinated by Marta Viu Roig (1) Dossier: «Leading people to transform organizations in times of uncertainty»
coordinated by Pilar Ficapal-Cusí (1)
Dossier: «Keys to understanding today's tourism»
coordinated by Francesc González and Soledad Morales (1)
Dossier: «Social and Solidarity Economy: Experiences and Challenges» (1) Dossier: «Rethinking the teaching of economics in universities» coordinated by Carolina Hintzmann (1) Dossier: «Prevention of occupational risks: trends in times of crisis» (1) Dossier: «Realities and challenges of the European Union» (1) Dossier: Social media, economics and business (1) Dossier (1)
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Autores Gomis, Joan Miquel (9) Torrent-Sellens, Joan (6) Puig Gómez, Albert (5) Lladós-Masllorens, Josep (5) Garay Tamajón, Lluís Alfons (5) Viu Roig, Marta (4) Álvarez-Palau, Eduard J. (4) Suau-Sanchez, Pere (4) Corrons, August (4) Lamolla , Laura (4) Torrent-Sellens, Joan (4) Fitó Bertran, Àngels (3) Hintzmann, Carolina (3) Canals, Agustí (3) Cugueró-Escofet, Natàlia (3) González Reverté, Francesc (3) Martínez Argüelles, María Jesús (3) Castillo, Cristian (2) Pacheco Bernal, Carmen (2) Díaz, Pablo (2) Morales Pérez, Soledad (2) Ficapal-Cusí, Pilar (2) Mañé Estrada, Aurèlia (2) Cañigueral Bagó, Albert (2) Meseguer-Artola, Antoni (2) Esteban Millat, Irene (2) Budet Jofra, Xavier (2) Pérez Gómez, Alexis (2) Baraza Sánchez, Xavier (2) Sabadell i Bosch, Mar (2) Miralbell Izard, Oriol (2) Fitó Bertran, Àngels (2) Batalla-Busquets, Josep-Maria (2) Jiménez Roig, Cristina (1) Ortiz Miguel, Adrià (1) Trapote-Barreira, César (1) Aibar, Eduard (1) Martín Alcalde, Enrique (1) Morales Fusco, Pau (1) Laborda, Josep (1) Ortigosa Marín, Javier (1) Pérez Pérez, Maite (1) Pretel Fumadó, Lluís (1) Uribe Gil, Jorge Mario Uribe Gil (1) Llobet Dalmases, Joan (1) Jiménez Zarco, Ana Isabel (1) Álvarez, Fernando (1) Cerdán, Mónica (1) Escobar, Dalilis (1) Serradell, Enric (1) Wilson, Julie (1) Motellón Corral, Elisabet (1) Martínez Argüelles, María Jesús (1) Pérez-Foguet, Agustí (1) Demaria, Federico (1) March, Hug (1) Hernández Asensi, Mireia (1) Kovacic, Zora (1) Adamiak, Czesław (1) Roelofsen, Maartje (1) Minca, Claudio (1) Doménech Pascual, Gabriel (1) Rodríguez-Piñero Royo, Miguel (1) Renau Cano, Melissa (1) Fuster Morell, Mayo (1) Espelt, Ricard (1) Rodríguez-Ardura, Inma (1) Hülskamp, Ian (1) Domènech Costafreda, Gemma (1) Ertz, Myriam (1) Malo, Miguel Ángel (1) Sánchez Santos, Javier (1) Ballestar, María Teresa (1) Sainz, Jorge (1) Morales Pallarés, Carolina (1) Zaragoza, Marta (1) Gálvez Mozo, Ana (1) González Ramos, Ana M. (1) González, Susana (1) Mateos, Ruth (1) Pérez-Quintana, Anna (1) Edo Jové, Alba (1) Martínez Zorrilla, David (1) Cerrillo i Martínez, Agustí (1) Pi Palomés, Xavier (1) Tuset-Peiró, Pere (1) Aibar, Eduard (1) Morales Solana, Doris (1) Alegret Cotes, Alejandro (1) Català, Josep M. (1) Soler Domenech, Clara (1) Navío Navarro, Mariché (1) Folguera Obiol, Xavier (1) Firmenich, Mario Eduardo (1) Sanchis-Palacio, Joan Ramon (1) Amat, Natàlia (1) Amat, Oriol (1) Domínguez Jurado, José Miguel (1) García Ruiz, Ricardo (1) Ruiz Dotras, Elisabet (1) Igual Molina, David (1) Pérez Mira, Domingo (1) Gómez-Cedeño, Milena (1) Guitart i Tarrés, Laura (1) Morantes Guerra, Shantall (1) Li Zeng, Yohana (1) Closa Noguera, Oriol (1) López Parada, José (1) Sánchez Marcos, Marina (1) Platas Ruiz, Verònica (1) Serrano Fernández, María José (1) Thomas Currás, Helena (1) Baldoví, Purificación (1) Rimbau-Gilabert, Eva (1) Mallén Broch, Francisco Fermín (1) Domínguez Escrig, Emilio (1) Rosanas Martí, Josep Maria (1) Giner Sánchez, David (1) Richards, Greg (1) Gascón, Jordi (1) Cañada, Ernest (1) Garcia Jané, Jordi (1) Sanchis, Joan Ramon (1) Bach Oller, Elisabet (1) Campos-i-Climent, Vanessa (1) Hirota, Yasuyuki (1) Fernández Rodríguez, Oriol (1) Berzosa Alonso-Martínez, Carlos (1) Español Casanovas, Ferran (1) de la Villa Aleman, Laura (1) Ribera Fumaz, Ramon (1) Gázquez Abad, Juan Carlos (1) Sánchez-Toledo Ledesma, Agustín (1) Salas Ollé, Carles (1) Rimbau-Gilabert, Eva (1) Dalmau Pons, Ines (1) Ferrer Puig, Ramon (1) de Montserrat i Nonó, Jaume (1) Molinero Ruiz, Emilia (1) Nájera Chico, Julià (1) Ros Pueyo, Andrés (1) Tvrdy Moix, Jiri (1) Bestratén Belloví, Manuel (1) García González-Castro, Guillermo (1) Macías Perea, Daniel (1) Galdos Valdecantos, Itziar (1) Ruiz Posino, Àlex (1) Trillas, Francesc (1) Tugores Ques, Juan (1) Luis Tomás, Mariona (1) Caballé, Daniel (1) Mollá, Alexandre (1) Blanch, Gil (1) Manrique Pérez, María Francisca (1) Peñarroya i Farell, Montserrat (1) Rodríguez, Inma (1) Ruiz Dotras, Elisabet (1) Serradell López, Enric (1) Plana Erta, Dolors (1) Liviano Solís, Daniel (1) Manzanares, Joan (1)
Rethinking urban freight distribution for the e-commerce era
Cristian Castillo, Marta Viu Roig, Eduard J. Álvarez-Palau

The exponential growth of e-commerce, driven in part by the pandemic and new consumer habits, has highlighted the need to rethink the current model of urban freight distribution (UFD). The more online shopping is generated, the more home delivery is required with its implications in terms of operating costs, traffic, parking, and pollution. Urban logistics, and in particular the last mile, have become one of the main focuses of attention for public administrations and logistics operators in order to minimize these externalities. However, there is still a long way to go to optimize the new logistics processes to the requirements of the new distribution channel. Administrations need to start taking action with the help of logistics operators and citizens. These actions must be carried out quickly and in a consensual manner with all the parties involved, as only then will it be possible to define a sustainable urban logistics model that has continuity over time.

The challenge of accessing Barcelona
Cristina Jiménez Roig, Adrià Ortiz Miguel

Despite the high number of passengers using metropolitan public transport systems, the limited growth rates of travel demand have not been enough to reduce the use of private vehicles in the main points of access to the city, which continue to show unsustainable patterns with an excessive presence of private vehicles.

With economic activity halfway through, months of the pandemic caused us to forget day-to-day congestion. But with the gradual recovery of metropolitan activity and mobility and the impact of lifting highway tolls and mobility policies that reduced road capacity within the city, road congestion is back, with the consequent aggravation of air pollution levels.

Multi-airport systems: a difficult balance
César Trapote-Barreira, Pere Suau-Sanchez

Airports are a source of economic prosperity, but the main airports in many cities are reaching the limits of their capacity. Faced with the difficulty of expanding them, the development of multi-airport systems may be a mechanism for adapting to the pressure of demand. However, multi-airport systems are difficult to develop, as there is no clear typology and they depend on local particulars. On the other hand, and perhaps more relevantly, airlines have few incentives to operate at secondary airports. In a liberalized market, airlines will always tend to concentrate their activity on main airports. In this article, we present these basic principles of functioning that make multi-airport systems a difficult balance, although an interesting one to try to achieve.

Micromobility as a (new) form of transport
Eduard Aibar

Micromobility is based on the sharing of mechanically simple vehicles such as bicycles and scooters, now electrically powered, through electronic devices that access information in real time (that is, through the use of smartphone apps). The electric scooter is the most recent addition to this group of vehicles for individual mobility, which also includes the bicycle. The definition of micromobility has been discussed over recent months and years and has passed through the recent regulatory changes for the Spanish case. The electric scooter offers the possibility of short journeys, mainly replacing public transport, cycling and walking, in a portable folding vehicle. The spaces in which the regulation places electric scooters are very similar to cycling spaces: cycle network lanes and traffic-calmed streets. The pressure from the increase in the flow of vehicles caused by the addition of e-scooters (which sometimes even doubles it) to cycle lanes, and the risks arising from the cohabitation of motor-powered vehicles (scooters) and non-powered ones (into which category fall the vast majority of bicycles) in the same space, reveal the need to improve the capacity and safety of cycling infrastructures and to provide safe shared roads in which speed reductions are effective. In the immediate future, it will be important to continue to question the differences and similarities between the vehicles making up the concept of micromobility and the use made of them in order to generate policies that offer fair, healthy and safe access to micromobility for everyone.

The change of paradigm regarding the inclusion of maritime transport in the European emission rights trading system
Enrique Martín Alcalde, Pau Morales Fusco

This paper deals with the analysis of the consequences and risks that the Maritime EU ETS proposal would entail at an environmental, economic, and operational level in European ports. First, the analysis is focused on European ports neighbouring non-EU regions with a significant border component, as different rules prevail. And second, it also focuses on the consequences of a possible relocation of port activities on restructuring transport and supply chains in the EU.

Mobility data management and its potential to generate value
Josep Laborda

Data is a promising game-changer for future mobility. Effective data sharing between cities, public transport operators and private mobility service providers has the potential to boost better mobility management while enhancing the competitiveness of private stakeholders. This article provides a description of the different barriers that mobility stakeholders, both public and private, must overcome in order to unlock the value that data can provide to improve the business models of mobility operators and support informed urban mobility planning. In addition, the proliferation of micromobility services reshaping urban mobility generates a need for policymakers to understand these new trends by requesting data of mobility operators while ensuring fair data-informed mobility policies. This article also goes into depth on such intangible aspects as trust, which plays a key role in unlocking value from sharing data. Why are operators reluctant to share their data? How can users’ privacy be protected and operators’ competitiveness preserved by anonymising data? The MDS and CDS-M initiatives propose ways to govern data sharing from shared service providers to cities. A consensus option is that all parties trust a third party that handles data. An analysis of pros and cons is provided, including real-world examples, highlighting the fact that there is no optimal option for all possible scenarios, because this depends on the level of risk and intervention that the stakeholders involved are willing to take. Data also plays a key role in enabling MaaS (Mobility as a Service), as increasing the availability of data is a precondition to achieving superior integration levels (from one to four): many cities already have access to mobility datasets from private mobility operators as a prerequisite for receiving a licence to operate in cities (Level 1). Level 2 uses available data to develop evidence-based decisions aimed at creating more effective mobility policies, but only a few cities have reached this stage through pilot projects. Finally, MaaS Levels 3 and 4 will add pricing strategies with the ability to influence mobility users’ behaviour and mobility management to promote societal goals through access to real-time data from various mobility services. The use of Software as a Service platforms such as the novel Rideal will play a key role in designing incentives programmes to nudge behavioural change towards more sustainable mobility.

Metropolitan avenues
Javier Ortigosa Marín, Maite Pérez Pérez, Lluís Pretel Fumadó

The development of segregated road infrastructures in the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona has generated high demand of traffic and the negative externalities associated with this. It has also conditioned the urban metropolitan structure and generated significant infrastructural barriers. It is as necessary to promote physical channels of priority for sustainable transport as it is to connect the city on a more human scale. This article presents some of the initiatives of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona (AMB) for achieving this, particularly a network of metropolitan avenues as a structure for boosting sustainable transport and connecting the metropolitan city. The conceptualization of this network is explained, along with its implications at both a local level and a metropolitan/regional level with its coordination with segregated roads.

Editorial: Redefining infrastructures for sustainable mobility
Eduard J. Álvarez-Palau, Pere Suau-Sanchez
25 years of responsible evolution towards sustainability
August Corrons

In a socioeconomic situation like our current one, it is difficult to understand the future of organizations without considering social responsibility. Looking at this future with a certain guarantee of success requires looking back to learn and gather drive. This article presents the evolution of social responsibility over the last twenty-five years, analyzing international and national initiatives, legislative instruments and self-regulatory framework, progress in commitment and level of involvement of organizations, as well as the consequences of Covid-19. Important progress is noted, with organizations that are increasingly conscious of the impact of their activities, making socially responsible decisions beyond their legal obligations. However, there is still much to do in the management of a social responsibility that guarantees sustainability and sustainable development in the medium and long term.

Financial function: identification of future scenarios in a setting of permanent adaptation
Àngels Fitó Bertran, Jorge Mario Uribe Gil Uribe Gil, Joan Llobet Dalmases

Due to the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya and its Economic and Business Studies, three professors in the field of Finance from the institute perform an analysis of the evolution of the financial function and a projection of future scenarios in order to identify challenges and opportunities. Joan Llobet introduces the topic based on an academic vision that has adapted to the substantial changes that have occurred and which takes on the challenge of facing the changes still to come. On the other hand is the article by Jorge M. Uribe, a compilation of the most important events of the past 25 years in order to understand how the financial field is currently structured. Through his experience, we will see how concrete aspects evolve (valuation of assets, quantitative risk management, etc.) in order to profile what they are like today. Finally, Àngels Fitó describes the current context of the financial field, establishing its conditioning factors and future direction.

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