A milestone in research for the Faculty of Business Sciences
- 19 enero, 2021
The book chapters entitled “Electronic Invoicing: A perspective from treasury fraud” and the chapter “The Management of Occupational Happiness at IES: A perspective from Endogenous Social Responsibility and Positive Psychology” were published, where researchers from the Group Sumar, and teachers and students of the Faculty of Business Sciences were the authors of these academic contributions «generation of new knowledge» that belong to type I product type A in the measurement of Minciencias.
Something that is considered an important milestone for the Faculty of Business Sciences and specifically for the Public Accounting program, since the book was the product of an international call made by the Center for Research and Development of Ecuador and the World Research Group Organizational of the Remington University Corporation which had four international editors such as Professor PhD Vicente Ripoll Felieu from the University of Valencia Spain, Professor PhD Fernando Almeida Santos from the Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo, Professor PhD Julio César Montiel Flores from the University of Guanajuato and Pr PhD Mario Heimer Flórez Guzmán assigned to the SUMAR group of the María Cano University Foundation.
Among the authors of the chapters and who belong to the María Cano University Foundation, are the dean of the Faculty of Business Sciences, Marco Antonio Ruiz Correa, the head of the program, Elkin Antonio Restrepo Escobar, professor Jorge Armando García García, the student of Public Accounting in the virtual modality Juan Esteban González Cardona and the professor Mario Heimer Flórez Guzmán, researcher assigned to the SUMAR group.
In the book, current issues were discussed in which there was participation of authors from Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Spain, Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, and whose launch will be made in the second week of February 2020. It is considered a historic milestone in the investigation of the Public Accounting program because one of the authors is a student of the program in the virtual modality, which also belongs to the Sumando y Contando research hotbed of the Faculty of Business Sciences of the María Cano University Foundation, which is led by Professors Mario Heimer Flórez Guzmán and Carlos Mario Londoño Toro.