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Fortalezas Dentro De Los Procesos De Mundialización Textil Y Relación Con La Rse A Través De Un Analisis Delphi: Ética O Estética

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  • Arturo LUQUE GONZÁLEZ
  • Juan HERNÁNDEZ ZUBIZARRET
  • Carmen DE PABLOS HEREDERO
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    El objetivo de esta investigación es analizar de manera cualitativa los factores y condicionantes que hacen posible, facilitan y fortalecen la articulación del sistema de producción textil a nivel global generando con ello inmensas posibilidades, muchas de ellas latentes. Se parte de la necesidad de analizar la transversalidad de factores que se requieren para poder fabricar prendas textiles a gran escala. Se requiere de altos niveles de innovación y gran capacidad comercial. Se ha recurrido a diferentes expertos (55) para conocer su visión través de un análisis Delphi y posterior disección analizando sus fortalezas, estudiando las respuestas de dos paneles de expertos por medio de dos cuestionarios multidisciplinares con preguntas a desarrollar sobre las hipótesis planteadas. The objective of this research is to analyse qualitatively the factors and conditions that make it possible, facilitate and strengthen the joint textile production system globally, in addition to creating immense possibilities. The transversality of factors required to manufacture large-scale textile, hence high levels of innovation and strong commercial capacity have been considered. Different expert opinions have been collected (55) to know their vision by means of a Delphi analysis and subsequent dissection through their strengths. The responses of two expert panels through two multidisciplinary developed questionnaires composed by open questions including different assumptions have been considered and discussed.

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    Article provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. in its journal Revista Galega de Economía.

    Volume (Year): 25 (2016)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 5-22

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