I endeavor to develop impactful research to address current business economics challenges. My research interests are entrepreneurship, women in economics, and sustainable business. In my work, I using qualitative and quantitative methods, and empirical research is my favorite. Currently, I working on female entrepreneurship and women's choices in business. Also, I involve in family firms' research and experimental methods such as eye-tracking.


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  • Ibáñez, M. J. (2020) ‘Re-Entry into Entrepreneurship after Failure: Factors Influencing Serial and Second Chance Entrepreneurs.’, Multidisciplinary Business Review, 13(1), pp. 31–42. doi: 10.35692/07183992.13.1.4.
  • Ibáñez, M. J. and Huamán, J. (2021) ‘Corporate Social Responsibility and Justice in the Salary Structure: Practice or Symbolism?’, International Business & Economics Studies, 3(2), p. p94. doi: 10.22158/ibes.v3n2p94.
  • Ibáñez, M. J. et al. (2021) ‘Digital social entrepreneurship: the N-Helix response to stakeholders’ COVID-19 needs’, The Journal of Technology Transfer. doi: 10.1007/s10961-021-09855-4.
  • báñez, M. J. (2021) ‘Inter-firm marketing collaboration in family businesses: The role of risk aversion’, Journal of Small Business Strategy, 31(2 SE-), pp. 53–61. Available at:
  • Ibáñez, M. J., Guerrero, M. and Mahto, R. (2020) ‘Women-led SMEs: Innovation and collaboration → performance?’, Journal of the International Council for Small Business, 1(3–4), pp. 111–117. doi: 10.1080/26437015.2020.1850155.
  • Guerrero, M. et al. (2020) ‘Mujeres y actividad emprendedora Chile 2019’, GEM Report. First, 1(1), pp. 1–83. Available at:

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