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Natlia Cuguer Escofet
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Natlia Cuguer Escofet. PhD en Management Sciences per la IESE Business School  (Universidad de Navarra). Enginyera Industrial per la UPC i Graduada en Dret per la UOC. La seva activitat acadmica a la UOC es centra en assignatures de l’mbit d’empresa, de l’organitzaci d’empreses i de la gesti de persones. Tamb collabora amb la IESE Business School, en cursos de doctorat en els departaments d’Anlisi de la Decisi i de Comptabilitat i Control de Gesti.

 

Anteriorment a entrar a la UOC va desenvolupar una carrera professional en l’mbit privat de la consultoria de gesti i l’assessorament empresarial, creant la seva prpia empresa. Prviament ha tingut experincia professional tamb en l’mbit docent, i en empreses privades de diferents sectors d’activitat, tant  industrials com de serveis.

 

El seus interessos de recerca sn en l’mbit de l’tica en les organitzacions, especficament en temes de justcia organitzativa, en l’establiment de relacions de confiana en les empreses i en com implementar sistemes de control de gesti que ajudin a alinear les motivacions de tots els grups d’inters de l’empresa. Entendre com diferents models de sistemes de control poden ajudar a aconseguir cultures on es promoguin els valors i es desenvolupi l’tica. Ha realitzat una estncia doctoral a la Durham Business School, i ha col.laborat activament com a investigadora en la Ctedra Crdit Andorr de Mercats, Organitzacions i Humanisme (IESE Business School), on ha participat en diversos projectes d’investigaci i ha presentat els seus treballs en conferncies internacionals. Col.labora amb professors de la University of Colorado, la IESE Business School, la Universit de Toulouse, l’Emlyon Business School, entre altres institucions.

 

Com a fruts de la investigaci feta ha tingut el reconeixement de l’acreditaci de Professor Lector (AQU) el 2015 i l’acreditaci de Contractat Doctor i Professor d’Universitat Privada (ANECA) el 2015. Es revisora habitual del Journal of Business Ethics, del Journal of Management Inquiry i del Journal of Change Management.

 

 

PUBLICACIONS (SELECCIONADES)


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. The Ethics of Metrics: Overcoming the Dysfunctional Effects of Performance Measurements through Formal and Informal Justice. Journal of Business Ethics, 2016. DOI 10.1007/s10551-016-3049-2.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Justice: a Sufficient Condition for Goal Congruence in Management Control Systems. European Accounting and Management Review, 2:2, 104-122, 2015.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Social dynamics of Justice: The Ex-ante and Ex-post Justice Interplay with Formal and Informal Elements of Management Control Systems. Chapter 9 in Sckarliki, Steiner and Gilliland Eds. The Social dynamics of organizational justice, February 2015.


Cuguer-Escofet Natlia & Fortin, Marion. One justice or two? A model of reconciliation of normative justice theories and empirical research on organizational justice. Journal of Business Ethics, 124:3, 435-51, 2014. DOI:10.1007/s10551-013-1881-1.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia, Fortin, Marion & Canela, Miguel-Angel. Righting the wrong for third parties – How monetary compensation, procedure changes and apologies can restore justice for observers of injustice. Journal of Business Ethics, 122:2, 253-68, 2014. DOI: 10.1007/s10551-013-1762-7.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Transmitiendo malas noticias con justicia. Harvard Deusto Business Review, 36-44, 2013.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. The just design and use of Management Control Systems as requirements of goal congruence. Management Accounting Research, 24 (1), pages 23-40, 2013, DOI: 10.1016/j.mar.2012.11.001.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Justice as a crucial formal and informal element of Management Control Systems. Ramon Llull Journal of Applied Ethics, issue 3, pages 155-170, 2012.


Rosanas, Josep Maria & Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia. Las disfuncionalidades de los incentivos y la tica de los sistemas de control. Universia Business Review, n 30, second term, pages 44-55, june 2011.

 

ACTIVITAT (SELECCI DE CONFERNCIES)


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia, Fit, ngels & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Integrating justice and trust in MCS: how to generate goal congruence and long term fairness coherent with the firm’s mission. 19 th International Symposium on Ethics, July 2016.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Leadership BS, prudence and justice: prudence alone is not enough for decision-makers. 19 th International Symposium on Ethics, July 2016.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. Justice: a Sufficient Condition for Goal Congruence in Management Control Systems. VI Congreso ACCID, Barcelona, May 2015.


Fortin, Marion, Cropanzano, Russell, Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Nadisic, Thierry. Justice rules and fairness judgments in relation to peers and supervisors. “Multiple Perspectives and Parties to the Justice Encounter”. International Society for Justice Research, New York University, June 2014


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia & Rosanas, Josep Maria. The Ethics of Metrics: The Effects on Behavior of Performance Indicators. 18 th International Symposium on Ethics, IESE Business School, June 2014


Nadisic Thierry, Fortin, Marion & Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia. Being able to experience one’s job as a calling: another motive for justice at work? Presented at the 7 th International Round Table: Innovations in Organizational Justice, Nice, France, June 2012.


Fortin, Marion, Nadisic Thierry & Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia. Fairness judgments: One size fits all? A mixed method study of justice judgments in workplace interactions with close and distant managers and peers. Presented at 2 nd Workshop on Organizational Justice and Behavioral Ethics, Birgmingham, United Kingdom, June 2011.


Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia, Fortin, Marion & Canela, Miguel-Angel. How sincere apologies can repair injustice and strengthen the impact of monetary and procedural remedies. Presented at the CRM, University of Toulouse 1, Capitole, June 2011.


Fortin, Marion, Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia, El Akremi, Assad & Canela, Miguel-Angel An Empirical Study of Individual Predispositions to prefer Equity, Equality, or Need. Presented at EAWOP, Maastricht, May 2011.


Fortin, Marion; Nadisic, Thierry & Cuguer-Escofet, Natlia. Same rules for all? A qualitative study of justice judgments and justice motives in workplace interactions with close and distant managers and peers. Presented at the Academy of Management, Montreal, August 2010.