A pesquisa em administração estratégica nos primeiros anos do século XXI: um estudo bibliométrico de citação e cocitação no strategic management jornal entre 2001 e 2007 Outros Idiomas

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29459
Resumo:
Neste trabalho examinamos as mudanças intelectuais na administração estratégica pelo uso de análise de citação e cocitação de artigos publicados no Strategic Management Journal(SMJ) entre 2001 e 2007. A intenção é ter acesso aos autores dominantes em administração estratégica para verificar as teorias que predominam e que suportam a pesquisa no início do novo século. Neste trabalho confirmamos que o foco corrente da pesquisa em estratégia ainda possui uma grande influência da Visão baseada nos Recursos (VBR), entretanto detectamos o foco em aspectos internos como fontes ou desafios para a vantagem competitiva das organizações, especialmente no que diz respeito ao conhecimento, à aprendizagem organizacional e à inovação. O trabalho também mostra que a Teoria dos Custos de Transação (TCT) ainda possui forte influência nos trabalhos em estratégia apesar de outros conceitos e visões estarem emergindo.
Citação ABNT:
SERRA, F. R.; FERREIRA, M. P.; ALMEIDA, M. I. R.; VANZ, S. A. S. A pesquisa em administração estratégica nos primeiros anos do século XXI: um estudo bibliométrico de citação e cocitação no strategic management jornal entre 2001 e 2007. Revista Eletrônica de Estratégia & Negócios, v. 5, n. 2, p. 257-274, 2012.
Citação APA:
Serra, F. R., Ferreira, M. P., Almeida, M. I. R., & Vanz, S. A. S. (2012). A pesquisa em administração estratégica nos primeiros anos do século XXI: um estudo bibliométrico de citação e cocitação no strategic management jornal entre 2001 e 2007. Revista Eletrônica de Estratégia & Negócios, 5(2), 257-274.
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