Valoración financiera de una empresa de movilidad urbana sostenible en España

  1. Félix Puime-Guillén 1
  2. Raquel Fernández-González 2
  3. Raisa Pérez-Vas 2
  4. Mireia Panait 3
  5. Alejandro Castro Varela 1
  1. 1 Universidad de A. Coruña, España
  2. 2 Universidad de Vigo, España
  3. 3 Universidad de Petróleo y Gas de Ploiesti, Rumanía
Revista Estrategia Organizacional

ISSN: 2539-2786 2339-3866

Ano de publicación: 2021

Volume: 10

Número: 2

Páxinas: 1-15

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.22490/25392786.4964 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDialnet editor

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Objetivos de desarrollo sostenible


La movilidad urbana es uno de los factores más importantes, no solo para la correcta planificación de las ciudades, sino también para la gestión sostenible del transporte doméstico. Se han puesto en marcha numerosas iniciativas para mejorar los niveles de congestión y contaminación urbana. En España se ha implantado un sistema de patinetas eléctricas de uso compartido, a través de una app móvil. En 2020, dados sus exitosos resultados, esta iniciativa se ha extendido hasta en 11 grandes ciudades españolas. El objetivo de este artículo es aplicar diferentes modelos de valoración de proyectos de inversión a una empresa de alquiler de motocicletas eléctricas urbanas, con el fin de evaluar cuál de estos modelos presenta el mejor escenario económico y financiero para la empresa. Palabras clave: movilidad urbana, valor actual neto, opciones reales, España

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