Mexican Accounting Standard Setting Process: The Accounting for Inflation Standards (In Data Collection)
Translation of IFRS: Language as a Barrier to Comparability
Huerta, Esperanza, Stephen B. Salter, Phillip A. Lewis, and Pamela Yeow. "Motivating employees to share their failures in knowledge management systems Fall 2012, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 93-117.
Huerta, E., Sandoval Almazán, R. (2007). Digital Literacy: Problems Faced by Telecenter Users in Mexico. Information Technology for Development, 13(3), 217-232.
Navarrete, C., Huerta, E. (2006). Building Virtual Bridges to Home: The Use of the Internet by Transnational Communities of Immigrants. International Journal of Communications, Law, and Policy, 11, 1-20. http://www.ijclp.net/11_2006/pdf/ijclp_07_11_2006.pdf
Huerta, E. (2006). Fotogenika: A Small Virtual Organization Serving the Mexican Market. International Journal of Cases on Electronic Commerce, 2(2), 64-80.
Accounting in Small and Medium Enterprises (in Spanish)
Information and Communication Technologies for Small and Medium Enterprises (in Spanish)
Navarrete, C., Huerta, E., Horan, T. (2008). In Aurigi, A., and De Cindio, F. (Ed.), Social Place Identity in Hybrid Communities, 125-137. Hampshire, England:.
Huerta, E., Franzoni, A. L. (2007). In Cano, J.M (Ed.), Information Technology Available for Businesses (in Spanish). 167-193. Mexico City: Instituto Mexicano de Ejecutivos de Finanzas.
Huerta, E. (2008). Designing Performance Measures: A Cognitive Perspective, American Accounting Association (AAA), Anaheim, CA.
Huerta, E., Navarrete, C. (2008). Identity Meanings and Online Interactions of Hybrid Transnational Communities of Immigrants. Toronto, CA: Americas Conference on Information Systems.
Sandoval Almazan, R., Huerta, E. (2006). From Dream to Reality: Exploring the Social Digital Divide in Mexico, 4288-4303. Acapulco: Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS).
Huerta, E. (2006). Mutimedia Influence on Learning, 472-474. Washington, DC: Information Resource Management Association Conference (IRMA).
Bridge to Home: The Use of the Internet by Transnational Communities of Immigrants