Efecto del desempeño ambiental sobre el riesgo de mercado en países emergentes: Caso de Brasil, Chile y México (Environmental performance and market risk in emerging countries: Brazil, Chile y México)

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  • Alicia Fernanda Galindo Manrique ITESM, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México.

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https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn14.28-2

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La producción de riqueza a través del desarrollo industrial y la limitación de los recursos ha inducido el deterioro ambiental durante las últimas décadas, y esto a su vez, ha provocado que las organizaciones adopten prácticas de prevención medioambientales. El vínculo entre el desempeño ambiental y la respuesta del mercado ha atraído la atención de investigadores y del público inversionista permitiendo la disminución del riesgo, eficiencia operativa por la asignación estratégica de los recursos y la identificación de oportunidades de inversión que a largo plazo se traduce en rendimientos mayores. El objetivo de este trabajo es exponer los principales argumentos teóricos sobre el desempeño ambiental y riesgo en países emergentes. Particularmente se analizará el caso de Brasil, Chile y México. Al final del estudio se desarrollará la discusión del marco teórico en donde se expondrán las principales tendencias de negocios que afectan a la relación bajo estudio.


Palabras clave: desempeño ambiental, países emergentes, recursos estratégicos, riesgo de mercado.

Abstract.

The production of wealth through industrial development and resource scarcity has let the adoption of environmental prevention practices by companies. The link between environmental performance and market response improving the strategic resource allocation and lowering operational risks, has become in one of the most relevant issues for academics and shareholders.
The aim of this paper is to present the theoretical framework of the environmental performance and market risk in emerging countries, with the purpose to answer the research question: Which is the theoretical framework that support the link between these factors? Particularly, we focused this research in Brazil, Chile and Mexico, counties in economic expansion. At the end of this work we expose the conclusions presenting the principals business trends that are affected by this relationship.


Key words: emerging countries, environmental performance, market risk, resource allocation.

 

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2018-07-19

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Galindo Manrique, A. F. (2018). Efecto del desempeño ambiental sobre el riesgo de mercado en países emergentes: Caso de Brasil, Chile y México (Environmental performance and market risk in emerging countries: Brazil, Chile y México). Innovaciones De Negocios, 14(28). https://doi.org/10.29105/rinn14.28-2