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    • Consumption: The other side of population for development 

      Mata, Francisco; Onisto, Lawrence J; Vallentyne, J.R. (Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics, 2012)
      World population is growing at an alarming rate, and thus population has become a major topic in sustainable development fora. In these debates, it is often asserted that developing countries with large populations pose a ...
    • Information systems management issues in Central America: A multinational and comparative study 

      Mata, Francisco; Fuerst, William (Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 1997-12-03)
      As businesses move to increased levels of globalization, information systems (IS) management issues in the global economy become increasingly significant. This study identified and evaluated the key IS management issues ...
    • Information technology and sustained competitive advantage: A resource-based analysis 

      Mata, Francisco; Fuerst, William; Barney, Jay B (MIS Quarterly: Management Information Systems, 1995-12)
      The concept of IT as a powerful competitive weapon has been strongly emphasized in the literature, yet the sustainability of the competitive advantage provided by IT applications is not well-explained. This work discusses ...
    • Web 2.0, social networks and E-commerce as marketing tools 

      Mata, Francisco; Quesada, Ariella (Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, 2014)
      The spectacular development of the Web 2.0, particularly through online social networks, has awakened much interest in different areas. Marketing is one of them and businesses have decided to experiment with this new type ...